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Blue's Clues

Season 2 Episode 12

Blue's Surprise At Two O'Clock!

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Aired Weekdays 10:30 AM Unknown on Nickelodeon
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Blue has a special surprise in this episode, but it won't be ready till two o'clock. We spend the time learning more about time itself and helping our friends. We help Tickety Tock learn how to move her hands to indicate times. In a Blue Skidoo segment, we play the "Race Against Time."moreless

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    Cheryl Blaylock

    Cheryl Blaylock

    Frederica (Blue's Room)

    Traci Paige Johnson

    Traci Paige Johnson

    Blue

    Donovan Patton

    Donovan Patton

    Joe Burns (Season 5+)

    Jonathan Press

    Jonathan Press

    Shovel (Seasons 4-5)

    Marshall Claffy

    Marshall Claffy

    Pail (Seasons 1-3)

    Aleisha Allen

    Aleisha Allen

    Side Table Drawer (Sometimes as Aleisha L. Allen, LaNaé Allen in Season 3+)

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Like on 24, events in this episode definitely do not occur in real-time. The displayed clock starts out 1:40. Later, it reads 1:45, even though only about three minutes have passed. And throughout, the times never really seem to match up.

    • QUOTES (1)

    • NOTES (4)

      • This is the first time that one of the kids in a letter (Steve's Friends) gives him something from the letter.

      • This is the first of two times where Steve didn't actually ask Blue the question for Blue's Clues: He said, "well, it's gonna be hard to wait, Blue, but maybe if we had some hints, or some clues..." Blue then placed the signal pawprint.

      • Angela Santomero is credited as Angela C. Santomero.

      • Mailtime Segment: Steve goes to get the mail, but finds that Mailbox isn't there. It turns out that Mailbox is being held up by something, so he tells Steve to wait a second. Steve does, but then Mailbox says to wait a minute. So Steve actually sits and waits a full minute with us, watching it go by on his watch and then finally Mailbox shows up. In the letter, the kids are shown designing their own clocks and decorating them with faces. They use popsicle sticks for the clock hands, one of which falls out of the letter as a clue.

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