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What Was Blue's Dream About?

I Dream Of Slippery

Season 2, Episode 6 (26 overall)
Sunday, October 12, 1997
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1. A Leotard
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A Leotard that roll up in a mat and took a nap
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What Was Blue's Dream About? is the 6th episode of Blue's Clues from Season 2.

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The Blue's Clues gang explain what dreams they had in their sleep. In this episode, we explore the dreams of the various characters. We also learn that if you try hard enough, sometimes you can change your dream. That way, if you're scared by something, you can make it go away. Additionally, we find out that if you try hard enough, sometimes dreams can come true. Also, they skidoo in a book and help Sleeping Beauty make her dream if a party turns out peachy.




  • Steve: Did you have a dream that you were a famous singer and I was your guitar player?
  • Blue: (barking No)
  • Steve: No, well, then tell us. What was your dream about?
  • Steve: Oh, OK. We'll play Blue's Clues to figure out what Blue's dream was about.


  • The music clip from the closing credits is heard from Blue's Big Musical.
  • Paprika & Slippery Soap appear in the closing credits.
  • In the skidoo segment, Blue & Steve help Sleeping Beauty change some scary objects in her dream; they change a monster into a cake, three trees into balloons and pointy fence posts into party hats.
  • This was the ninth episode to use the usual "No It's a clue" line from Adventures in Art.
  • This episode is available as the second of two episodes on the VHS release of Blue's Big Pajama Party.
  • Dreamcatchers are an ancient Native American custom featured in the Video Letter segment.
  • This is the only time Blue howls loud and clear at the end of the Mailtime song that you can hardly hear Steve wailing "Mail".
  • In the Mailtime Segment, Mailbox says that he had a dream about giving Steve a letter and it came true.
  • In the Pistas da Blue version, The Mailtime Song footage was almost the same as in Blue Wants to Play a Song Game!.
  • There were two versions in the Mailtime Segment.
    • The second version of the video letter does not begin with "Hi Steve" and does not end with "Bye Steve". But the first version did this.
  • Steve plays the guitar.



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