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Boo the Ghost wears a Bag of Leaves for his Halloween costume in this episode rather than appearing as himself as he did in the first season episode "What is Blue Afraid Of?".
The closing credits sequence once again runs at unusually fast pace.
Steve's solution of making the drinks even by pouring some of one into another is only practical if nobody has started drinking yet. Even in that case, most restaurant patrons would likely balk at this idea.
Sherry Stringfield's credit gave the name of her character as "Eyeleen," but close-captioned throughout the episode spelled it as "Eileen."
Tractor's not knowing what his friend looks like in the skiddoo segment doesn't make sense. If Taxicab is his friend, then he should know what he looks like.
As the game of Blue's Clues is held outside in this episode, a Thinking Rock is used in place of the Thinking Chair.
In the Blue Skiddoo segment, Jane introduces her friend Carly as being deaf. Carly, however, can hear just fine, she just can't speak, meaning that she is mute and not deaf.
The main music of the series is muted during the opening scene where Steve asks the viewers to find Blue and during the closing credits.
Steve identifies Side Table Drawer's sound as "the sound of you opening your drawer." He should have said "the sound of you opening yourself," since she is supposed to be the whole table, not just the drawer.
The closing credits run at a ridiculously fast speed, 13 seconds to show them all.
Close-captioning throughout the episode misspells Tickety's name as "Tickity."
musical numbers, Saturday Morning, Classics, Grade Schoolers, childlike sense of wonder