Bluey is the ringmaster in a game of circus with her friends, but Hercules wants to play his motorcycle game instead. Luckily Bluey has a solution to keep everyone happy.
It's time for Bluey and Bingo to get out of the bath. But Dad has decided not to tell them what to do and gets roped into a game of Burger Shop.
Bluey and Mackenzie are excited to spend time with their two buddies Mia and Captain. When the older kids run off to play together without them, Calypso explains that growing up can be hard.
When Muffin is told that she is special by her Dad, she interprets it as an excuse to do anything she wants, which means playing Bluey and Bingo's game of Library her way.
It is Bluey's first trip to the cinema, but she's worried that the movie will be too scary. When Bingo starts running amok in the theatre, she must conquer her fear and help Dad out.
Dad has rudely plonked himself on one end of the seesaw. So Bluey and Bingo round up the entire playground to help flip him off, but they still need to find one more friend.
Grandad is supposed to be resting, but when Bluey and Bingo go to visit him, he makes a run for it with the kids and takes them on a madcap adventure into the bush.
While Mum and Dad struggle to build new flat-pack furniture, Bluey and Bingo transform the empty boxes into their own new world. Note: This version does not include the use of the mock primitive language that was criticised in 2020.
Bluey, Bingo and Mum get into a debate with Dad about the definition of teasing. As they recall all the times he's been a "Big Teaser", Dad argues that he was "only playing". Note: This version does not include the use of the mock primitive language that was criticised in 2020.
Inside Bingo's dream, Bingo and Floppy have an intergalactic adventure, while the rest of her sleep-deprived family try to navigate Bingo's non-stop night-time bedhopping.
At school, Bluey and her friends turn a tree stump into a thrilling game of Helicopter. But as the pilot, Bluey has to learn to give up some control so they can all have fun.
While Mum and Dad struggle to build new flat-pack furniture, Bluey and Bingo transform the empty boxes into their own new world. Note: This episode includes the use of a mock primitive language that some viewers may find offensive. Teachers could discuss how sometimes playful fun may have unintended consequences.
During a game of queens, Bluey and Bingo find that playing the butler is much more fun. But someone must play the queen, even if it means not being afraid of a bit of hard work.
During a game of bus, passenger Mum is too scared to tell bus driver Dad that she secretly loves him, until she gets some help from the Grannies.
When Mum and Dad describe a made-up world where they can relax without the girls, Bluey and Bingo decide to burst into their fantasy and chase them down. How will Mum and Dad escape?
When Dad brings a pair of tenacious tickle crabs home from the beach, nowhere in the house is safe! His only hope of escaping their tickles is with help from his true love.
When Bingo drops Mum's breakfast-in-bed on the floor, she's convinced she's ruined her big day. But Bluey helps make amends by putting on a play of how Mum and Dad first met.
The Heelers take a long riverside walk, but Bingo's legs are tired and she wants a piggyback. To distract her, mum and dad invent fun games and get her little legs moving again.
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