Blue's Clues

Season 6 Episode 2

Love Day

Aired Weekdays 10:30 AM Feb 16, 2004 on Nickelodeon



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

  • Notes

    • "Love Day" is the second of two episodes on the DVD and video "Blue Talks."

    • Joe is wearing a green shirt in this episode.

    • Mailtime Segment: A girl makes a "Love Day" card for her Grandma. To make it special, she includes pictures of all of the different fun things that she enjoys doing with her Grandma.

    • First new episode combining the traditional Blue's Clues elements and the new "Blue's Room" segment. The following changes have been made:

      New opening sequences that still includes the "Blue's Clues Day" opening theme, but features the puppet version of Blue opening the pop-up book from her playroom.
      Modified "To Play Blue's Clues" song with the lyric "To play Blue's Clues we have to find three pawprints," instead of inidividual lines discussing each pawprint, most likely in an attempt to save time
      Video letters during Mailtime as well as the closing credits sequence generally seem to run a bit shorter
      Following the solving of Blue's Clues and the activity associated with it, Blue visits "Blue's Room" where she participates in a game or two.
      The "So Long Song" has been replaced by the "Goodbye Song" with lyrics including "See ya' latah / Sweet potatah."

    • This love-focused episode premiered on Nick Jr. two days after Valentine's Day. Throughout the episode, the holiday is referred to as "Love Day" and never Valentine's Day.

    • First of two new episodes that premiered on February 16th. Shown in the 10:30 A.M. slot.

  • Allusions

    • Joe: You love me, you really love me!
      Joe is perhaps making a reference to another cartoon made by Nickelodeon only two months after this episode premiered. It was an episode of My Life as a Teenage Robot called "Grid Iron Glory," where Jenny shouted the line shown above.

      Or this could simply be a reference to the commonly shouted phrase, "They love me! They really love me!" and other variations thereof.

    • Cinderella: His name is Charlie...
      When Cinderella refers to her prince as being named "Charlie," it's possible that she might be making a reference to England's Prince Charles.