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Blue's Clues

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Name: Blue's Clues
Country of Origin: USA
Type of Source: Animated TV show
Created By: Nickelodeon
Year Created: 1996

Number of Seasons: 6
Number of Episodes: 143
Year Ended: 2004


A kids show formerly on Nick Jr. known for having a clueless middle-aged man who, with the help of the viewer, attempts to figure out "Blue's Clues," which is a mind game the strange dog, Blue, plays with said middle-aged man, who must also go through various odd challenges and communicate with talking versions of inanimate objects, as well. He sometimes travel through time, space, and several dimensions in order to track down these clues. He usually begins talking to a painting or a two dimensional being living in his three dimensional world. He will then summon his powers and chant his sacred saying, "blue sca doo, we can too!" After a strange sound effect plays, Steve then defies all modern laws of physics and enters the two dimensional world. He will often leave these dimensions after obtaining the necessary information from the locals. He also loves getting the mail, in which he picks through fan mail sent in to him. He never gets any bills or junk mail, he only gets letters from young children. Halfway through the show's run, the hosts were changed from Steve to Josh because Steve had to go to college.

Media Infomation


  • Steve Burns
  • Josh
  • Blue
  • Mr. Salt and Mrs. Pepper
  • Shovel and Pail
  • Sidetable Drawer
  • Tickety-Tock
  • Slippery Soap
  • Magenta
  • Felt Friends
  • Mailbox
  • Green Puppy
  • Periwinkle



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Further information

  • A recurring segment in many Blue's Clues poops is the "Mailtime" segment of every show, in which the letter is opened to reveal something completely different.
  • A spin off show called "Blue's Room" started in 2004 and featured a talking, puppet version of Blue. This spin off ended in 2007.

Main Source for Poopers

Hardly any on Youtube, thanks to the stingy copyright owners.

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