Blue's Clues

Season 1 Episode 16

What Story Does Blue Want To Play?

Aired Weekdays 10:30 AM Unknown on Nickelodeon



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • Steve: (final bit as Elvis, singing) Now it's time for so long. / But we'll sing just one more song. / Unh, thanks for doin' your part / You sure are smart / You know with me and you and hound dog Blue / We can do anything that we wanna do. (stops singing) Thank ya'. Thank ya' verra much.

    • Steve: (Elvis, again) The King has left the forest.

    • Steve: (still as Elvis) There you go, little darlin'. (Blue grabs half of Steve's cookie) Come on now, darlin', don't be a hound dog.

    • Steve: (as Elvis Presley) Look at me. I'm dancing. I'm all shook up.

    • Steve: You will be the King, with me, right?

    • Steve: Don't give up Cinderella. You can do anything that you wanna do.

    • Steve: Here you go, Mr. Wolf.
      Wolf: Thanks. But I'm not really a wolf. (puts on Grandmotherly voice) I'm a nice old Grandmother.

  • Notes

    • This episode is the second of two on the video "Story Time."

    • Blue's pawprint that she places on the screen in this episode is so large that it extends off the screen.

    • Danielle Divecchio is credited as Dannellie Livecchi.

    • Todd Kessler, show creator and executive producer, both wrote and directed this episode and is one of Steve's Friends (additional voices) in the episode. Soo Kyung Kim, another member of the show staff, is also one of Steve's Friends in this episode.

    • Mailtime Segment: Mailbox pretends to be the giant from the story "Jack and the Beanstalk." In the letter, a group of kids acts out "The Three Little Pigs." A girl pretends to be the wolf trying to blow down the brick house. When she can't do it, she throws up her hands and says "I give up."

  • Allusions

    • Steve: "I'm All Shook Up / Hound Dog"
      When Steve skidoos into Blue's book, the rabbit tells him that he's the king in the story and Steve takes this to mean Elvis Presley, the King of Rock and Roll. During the segment, he references the Elvis songs "All Shook Up" and "Hound Dog," as well as Elvis's traditional "Elvis has left the building" line.

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