Season 6, Episode 9 (141 overall)
Monday, May 10, 2004
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Bluestock is the 9th episode of Blue's Clues from Season 6.

Characters present


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.
    • The original version of this song appeared in Let's Boogie.
  • 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.


Blue's Clues Season 6
The Legend of the Blue Puppy | Love Day | Blue's Wishes | Joe's Clues | Skidoo Adventure | Playdates | The Fairy Tale Ball | Soccer Practice | Bluestock