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At one point, Steve uses a tape recorder to record Blue's voice and then hits stop and immediately plays back the recording without rewinding.
Steve's crayon which belongs in his handy-dandy notebook breaks in this episode.
When this episode is shown on Noggin, the pawprint for the second clue is blocked out almost entirely by the Noggin logo at the bottom right of the screen.
When Blue Kitten and Purple Kangaroo continue playing "Follow the Leader" after we help them with their situation, they head to the left, but Steve and Blue head to the right and then all of a sudden, Purple Kangaroo is there sitting on the ground with a book.
Steve refers to Green Puppy as both male and female. When Green Puppy comes in the door, Steve says that "he" brought Blue a flower. Later, he says that Blue gave Green Puppy "her" own blocks to knock down. For the record, Green Puppy is female, according to the official FAQ.
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.
In the Blue Skidoo segment, Steve and Blue help Sleeping Beauty change some scary objects in her dream; they change a monster into a cake, three trees into balloons and some pointy fence posts into party hats.
The official Nick Jr. summary for this episode refers to the character Tink as being male, but Tink is said in the episode itself to be female.
Throughout the episode, the picture frame shows a picture of Mama Bear checking Baby Bear with a stethoscope. But after Steve skidoos out of the book, the picture frame shows a blank white screen.
musical numbers, Saturday Morning, Classics, Grade Schoolers, childlike sense of wonder