Steve & Blue are building things without the use of hardware tools.
Steve & Blue have been building some things. We find some popsicle sticks assembling themselves in various shapes and try to figure out what they're creating. We help out Shovel & Pail, First to measure their sand castles and see which is taller and then to even them up. Later we help a friend named Tink who was flung out of her contraption world to get back to where she belongs.
Steve: Let's Build another one?
Steve: No, you don't want to build with dominoes again?
Steve: Okay well what do you want to build?
Steve: Oh, I Get It. We'll Play Blue's Clues To Figure Out What Blue Wants To Build.
This is one of the most popular Blue's Clues episodes.
This is one of the few episodes that the notebook did not initially comes with a crayon.
The official Nick Jr. summary for this episode refers to the character Tink as being male, but Tink is said in the episode itself to be female.
Michael T. Smith is credited as Michael Smith and Ryan Rodriquez is credited as Ryan Rodriguez.
In the Mail time Segment, Mailbox has created some sort of contraption to open himself up, but it doesn't seem to be working right. Steve decides to use his own letter-getter-outer contraption to get the letter.
This is the first episode since The Trying Game that the phrase "You know, I can tell I'm really gonna need your help today trying to figure out (insert question here)" is used.
This is the first episode where Sidetable appears more then one time.
In Pistas da Blue version. After Durate draws the third Clue (Table) The pawprint is still seen on the table.
Also, When Durate gets to Sidetable and finds flashlight (The first Clue) The Design for Sidetable is from late Season 2.
This marks the fourth time that a character was a clue.
The contraptions Steve made to remove the pawprint is made out of a paper towel roll and an animal cracker box.
The animal cracker box resembles the one for "Barnum's Animal Crackers".
Even though the second clue was spotted in the bedroom, it was drawn outside.
This is the first time where the second clue is drawn outdoors outside of skidoo segments after finding the first clue in the living room.