Blue's Room (2004–2007)
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Beyond Your Wildest Dreams! 

Blue and Polka Dots tour fantastical lands using their imagination.
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Episode credited cast:
Christiana Anbri ... Moona
Cheryl Blaylock ... Frederica
... Dress Up Chest
... Alternate Blue (voice)
... Dictionary (voice)
... Polka Dots / Doodle Board
Joey Mazzarino ... Roary / Boogie Woogie / Sprinkles
... Herself
... Joe
Marc Petrosino ... Puppeteer
Victoria Pontecorvo ... Blue (Voice of)
... Alphabet Power (voice)
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Blue and Polka Dots tour fantastical lands using their imagination.

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TV-Y
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2 August 2004 (USA)  »

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Spun-off from Blue's Clues (1996) See more »

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Help Song
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Written by Nick Balaban and Michael Rubin
Performed by Victoria Pontecorvo and Friends
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A hit with those that matter
6 May 2008 | by See all my reviews

My comments differ completely from Ian, who obviously finds that the show does not appeal to him. I write more from my 2 year old's view of this show, rather than my own as it was this age group that the show was intended for. Whenever this show comes on my child stops whatever they are doing and the television has his undivided attention until the show ends. This is a very rare reaction as most other shows he's happy to glance at while doing other activities. I can see from his reactions that he is learning many new words, and concepts as well as reinforcing his love of counting. It is clear that this show is developed by those with an understanding of early childhood learning principles as this show appeals to young children on many levels. My child can be heard counting, singing, imitating characters, laughing (especially at Rory) and saying new words from the show each time he watches it. Well done to those that developed the show. It is a big step forward from the Blue's Clue's shows that were a bit lame (to me) and far less appealing (to my child).


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