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  • Blue becomes a clue in this episode. This is the first time that happened.
    • Steve recalls the time he became a clue from Magenta Comes Over, which was 24 episodes after this one.
    • The toys in the area (where Blue later hid as a clue) are the white spotted puppy, a blue version of the pink toy hippo, the toy giraffe, a tiny aquamarine rubber duck with a dark blue bill, Sock Monkey, a purple doll with blue overalls, a green book, and the blue teddy bear.
  • This marks the last time where a question is asked as the name of the episode.
  • This was the 13th episode to use the usual No It's a clue line from Adventures in Art.
  • The Mailtime Song footage was the same footage as What Game Does Blue Want to Learn?
  • This is the only episode where we see Slippery's mad face.
  • The "Pawprint!" and "Clue!" phrase from What Story Does Blue Want to Play? was used in the brass instruments in this episode.
  • When Steve gets to Sidetable to get the Notebook, he used his hair from earlier this season.
  • This is the sixth time Steve finds out the viewer tells him that they found a clue after using his listening skills. The first was Mailbox's Birthday (before finding the first and third clues), the second was Blue's Favorite Song (before finding the third clue), the third was Blue Goes to the Beach (before finding the second clue), the fourth was Pretend Time (before finding the second clue), the fifth was Math! (before finding the second clue), the seventh was Anatomy (before finding the first clue), the eighth was Pool Party (before finding the third clue), the ninth was Magenta Gets Glasses (before finding the second clue) and the tenth was Adventure (before finding the third clue). Joe also did this in Bedtime Business when Joe finds a toothbrush after the video letter and picks it up.
  • The children in the video letter said "Hi Steve and Blue" although Blue wasn't anywhere near the Thinking Chair around that time.