Blue's Room is a children's puppet show television series originally broadcast on Nickelodeon as part of the Nick Jr. block. It is the second incarnation of Blue's Clues.


The show revolves around Blue's adventures in her new playroom, where she transforms from a barking cartoon character into a talking puppet dog. There, she has fun with her playroom friends; Roary Saurus, Fred, Polka Dots (her doll from the original series) and Moona the Moon Fairy and shows the viewers how to have a good time in creative ways. Sometimes, Joe stops by for a visit to join in on the fun. Also introducing the newest member of Blue's family is her new little brother, Sprinkles.

Besides Blue and Joe, none of the other Blues Clues characters appeared. However, Mailbox, Mr. Salt, Mrs. Pepper, Paprika, Cinnamon, Shovel and Pail did appear in the special "Meet Blue's Baby Brother'.


Main article: List of Blue's Room characters

Main Characters

Blue is the title character and host of the show. She is puppeteered by Leslie Carrara-Rudolph and Noel MacNeal and voiced by Victoria Pontecorvo.

Polka Dots is Blue's best friend, a sea-green plush toy who creates puzzles for others to solve. He often acts as a co-host to the show. Puppeteered by Peter Linz and James Godwin.

Frederica (also known as Fred) is one of Blue's other best friends that usually pretends it is her birthday everyday. Puppeteered by Cheryl Blaylock.

Roar E. Saurus (also known as Roary) is a dinosaur who likes to practice roaring. Puppeteered by Joey Mazzarino.

Joe is a human and Blue's caretaker. He is often seen alongside Sprinkles. Portrayed by Donovan Patton.

Sprinkles is Blue's baby brother. He is a somewhat shy spotted puppy. Puppeteered by Joey Mazzarino.

List of episodes

Main article: Blue's Room episode list
Season Episodes First episode Last episode
Season 1 6 August 2, 2004 September 17, 2005
Season 2 10 January 27, 2007 March 29, 2007


Country Channel
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  • Nickelodeon (August 2, 2004-2008)
  • Noggin (August 2, 2004-December 21, 2008)
  • Nick Jr. Channel (September 28, 2009-February 13, 2011)

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