Hide and Seek
Season 3, Episode 1 (41 overall)
Wednesday, July 8, 1998
All About Blue
1. A Clock
2. A Pillow 3. Pajamas
Answer to Blue's Clues
Hide and Seek is the 1st episode of Blue's Clues from Season 3.
Blue wants to hide somewhere in the house. The question in this episode is Where does Blue want to hide?
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This marks the second episode, since Season 1, to have Blue appear four times during the credit sequence.
Mr. Salt, Mrs. Pepper and Tickety make appearances.
For this episode, the Video Letter segment is Directed by Betsy Nagler.
This is fifth episode where viewers say Notebook! from " Mailbox's Birthday" wasn't used.
This is the fifth time Steve wears his tan shoes.
When Cybil Circle throws the ball at Steve, it transforms into a real-life ball.
This ball is similar to Blue's, only the star is red.
This is the first time that Steve gets the letter from Mailbox behind the Thinking Chair.
When Steve says "We have all three clues!", the audio is taken from Season 1's The Trying Game except the audio is muted a little bit.
This is the second time Mailbox screams, the first being in " What Does Blue Want to Do with Her Picture?".
When Steve and Blue skidooed back to the Thinking Chair, instead of the traditional Thinking Chair music introduced in " Blue's Senses", the rest of the blues song played. However, as Steve sat down, the timpani and gong sounds played.
Steve: Blue, It's Your Turn. You wanna hide in the Living Room?
Blue: (barking No)
Steve: Oh, You don't want to hide in the Living Room?
Blue: (barking No)
Steve: Okay. Well, Where do you wanna hide?
Steve: What a great idea. We'll play Blue's Clues to figure out where Blue wants to hide. I love Blue's Clues.
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