Season 6, Episode 9 (141 overall)
Monday, May 10, 2004
1. Banjo Sounds
2. Bass Sounds 3. Saxophone Sounds
Answer to Blue's Clues
Old Macdonald Had A Farm
Bluestock is the 9th episode of Blue's Clues from Season 6.
It's a big musical event when Joe and Blue have the Bluestock concert in the backyard. Famous artists are on hand, as are many old, familiar songs. We explore a variety of musical styles, from reggae to jazz. We also pay a visit to Blue's Room for a little Mozart, in the form of Twinkle Twinkle, Little Star. There, we learn quite literally just what the little star is.
This is the fifth episode where the cheers and applause sound effect is heard. The first four are Blue's Big Musical Movie, Joe's Clues, Playdates and 100th Episode Celebration.
The instrumental tune of We Sat On Down was heard for a second time. The other time was in Blue's Big Treasure Hunt.
This is now the second-to-last episode to see Blue as an animated character.
In this episode, they use the kazoo instead of the notebook.
This is Joe's version of Blue's Big Musical Movie.
The letter is from the band "They Might Be Giants".
This is the last Season 6 episode to air in 2004. It is sometimes considered to be the last true episode of the entire show's run. Behind the Clues: 10 Years with Blue is actually a documentary, and Meet Blue's Baby Brother is actually a Blue's Room episode.
The name Bluestock is a parody of Woodstock, a real-life music festival.
The clapping clip is similar to the clip from Blue Wants to Play a Song Game.
This is another time the kids don't yell "Bye, Joe!" when they end the video letter. The other episodes that happened were: " Can You Help?", " Joe's Surprise Party", " Blue Goes to the Doctor" and " Numbers Everywhere!".
Throughout this episode, Joe blows into the wrong end of the kazoo.
When Joe sings the song that is the answer to Blue's Clues, he sings all of the quarter notes as eighth notes.
Blue's Clues Theme Song goes back to its original pitch in this episode.
Tickety sang a version of The Planet Song with Toni Braxton in this episode.
Periwinkle sang a version of Do the Daisy with Macy Gray.
Mailbox sang a reggae version of The Mailtime Song with India Arie.
On the November 2nd, 2014 airing on Nick Jr., the watermark cuts out early after the intro ended.
This was the last episode of any American television series to air during the lifetime of President Ronald Reagan. He died less than a month after this season ended.