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Dad has plonked himself on one end of the seesaw.
As Bluey and Bingo squabble over their magic xylophone (that has the power to freeze Dad in space and time) Dad seizes control and freezes Bluey, leaving Bingo as her only hope.
Doctor Bluey is needed when Dad gets a very curious x-ray from Nurse Bingo. It seems he has a cat in his tummy, leaving Bluey no choice but to operate immediately!
Bluey, Bingo and Mum are enjoying playing Keepy-Uppy around the house with their last balloon, when Dad joins in and the game becomes the ultimate test of skill.
Bluey and Bingo don’t want to tidy the playroom, so they get Daddy Robot to do it for them. But when Bluey takes things too far, Daddy Robot malfunctions with disastrous results.
On a picnic in the park, Bluey and her friends play Shadowlands. But when Coco keeps taking shortcuts, Bluey has to show her that following the rules can make the game more fun.
At the weekend, Bluey and Bingo are playing in the garden with Dad. But Bingo gets upset, when she discovers a walking leaf insect and Dad is too caught up in the game to notice.
It’s lunchtime on Blueys back deck! But every BBQ needs a side salad, so Bingo’s relaxing sit-down will have to wait until she finds every colour of capsicum her cousins ask for!
Not wanting to go to bed, Bluey tries to dream about being a nocturnal fruit bat so she can stay up all night long and soon finds herself flying through the night sky.
When Bluey forgets to put her favourite toy away, cousin Socks grabs it and won’t let go! The kids stage a horsey wedding to distract her, with Dad and Uncle Stripe as the horses!
Dad gets embroiled in a game of 'Hotel', where Bluey and Bingo run a crazy hotel and Dad is the beleaguered guest. But when Bluey starts to control the game, Bingo quits, and Bluey has to learn to compromise so the fun can continue.
At the park, Bluey is struggling to learn how to ride her bike. But as she and Dad watch her friends determination with their own tasks, Bluey is inspired to give it another try.
When it’s Bingo’s turn to bring her Kindy’s Bob Bilby puppet home and record their weekend in the scrapbook, the family resolve to put down their screens and show him a good time.
When Bingo stops playing Bluey’s spy game in the park, their device to control the grownups stops working properly! Bluey now sees how important Bingo is and needs to win her back!
Forced to wait five minutes in front of a restaurant for their takeaway order, Bluey and Bingo become restless for entertainment, pushing the very limits of Dad’s patience.
Bingo loves horsing around with Dad, but sometimes he forgets Bingo is smaller than her sister. Mum teaches Bingo how to use her big girl bark to keep their fun within her limits.
At school, Bluey and her friends throw themselves into various games. Teacher Calypso keeps her charges on track with a wise word and a song... all except the mysterious Pretzel.
Honey is stuck waiting for Dr. Bingo’s as the other, more exciting injuries get seen before her. Receptionist Bluey tells her to be patient, some of these cases are a real pickle!
When Bluey and Bingo are unable to grab a prize on a Magic Claw machine, Mum and Dad create their own version at home. But Dad isn't about to make winning easy.
When Bluey visits the markets with five bucks from the tooth fairy, the options are endless. But as she and Indy scour the stalls for the perfect purchase, spending it proves hard.
Bluey, Bingo, Mum and Dad play a game of hand puppets, exploring the land beyond the Blue Mountains where they outsmart the Cheeky Fox to find the softest beds in the world.
Packing for the pool, Bluey and Dad tease Mum about being so fussy with what to take. But when they arrive underprepared, they realise a little planning goes a long way.
Playing ‘Shops’ is the best game ever for Bluey and her friends - if they can ever get started! With Bluey questioning the rules and changing who’s who, they might be here all day!
Bluey can’t wait to get to the monkey bars as Dad takes her and Bingo on a wagon ride to the park. But her patience is tested when Dad keeps stopping to chat with other grown-ups.
Bluey is running a taxi service. Her first passenger is Businessman Dad, who is in a rush to get to the airport. But with unexpected delays, Dad’s in danger of missing his flight!
As Mum goes for a walk along the beach, Bluey runs to catch up with her. Along the way, she has a series of encounters that both excite and test her in her first solo adventure.
It’s adventure on the high seas as Bluey, Bingo and Missy play Pirates on the hammock swing, but they’ll need to find their courage to withstand wild storms and whale attacks.
A game of ‘Grannies’ is fun, until Bingo and Bluey can’t agree on one simple question: Can Grannies do the floss dance? Now they need to video call Nana to get the answer.
Bored of the local playground, Dad and the kids go bush on a journey to their local creek. Cast out of her comfort zone, Bluey’s eyes are opened to the beauty of the natural world.
Bluey’s house has fairies! Tails are being braided, stickers are everywhere, and Mum’s got a peg beard. Now the family must band together to hunt for these invisible mischief-makers.
In a game of ‘Work’, Dad hires Bluey and Bingo at his drainpipe factory. But when Bluey takes charge, Dad finds his new boss pretty tough, especially her no dancing rule!
Bingo is sick in hospital, so Bluey and Dad sent her a homemade video to lift her spirits. It tells the tale of Barnicus’ quest to heal her spotty dog named Bumpy.
When Dad has to stop having fun with the girls and go to work, Bluey and Bingo scramble to keep him playing games with them on the trampoline as long as possible!
On a trip to the dump Dad claims he’s the best at everything. But Bluey discovers that Dad’s throwing out her old drawings and questions if he really is the best Dad in the world.
Bluey’s backyard zoo is home to wonderful animals, especially the big blue Daddy Gorilla. But when he grabs visitor Bingo and escapes, Zookeeper Bluey must recapture the wild beast.
Mum and Dad are going on an adventure wearing the kids as their cheeky backpacks! Seeing the sights and buying street food, backpackings a blast - until they lose their passports!
Princesses, horses and magic wands. Bluey and Chloe can play any role they want, when they embark on an adventure to save their playground kingdom from the Greedy Queen.
Bluey’s having fun copying everything Dad says and does, but the game takes a serious turn when Bluey finds a hurt budgie and they have to make an emergency trip to the vet.
A sleepover with their cousin means Bluey and Bingo get to stay up late! But when Muffin shows up exhausted after missing a nap, the girls get more fun than they bargained for.
Bluey’s playgroup is at odds when Indy’s baby hospital collides with Rusty’s knights and dragons. But in explaining themselves, they find the games actually have a lot in common.
When Indy and Rusty play Mum and Dads, they can’t agree on who should go to work, so they part company. Indy has a hard time finding a babysitter, while Bluey makes Rusty her baby!
It’s time for a family game of hide and seek! Everyone hides, while Bluey counts to twenty, but will she be able to stay focused on the game and not get distracted by all her toys?
While on a camping holiday, Bluey makes a new friend called Jean-Luc. Bluey may not understand him, but they find a common language playing and hunting for a wild Daddy pig.
Bingo and Bluey have five minutes to bed, just enough time to race to the summit of Mt MumandDad! But between powerful storms, avalanches and stinky spots, this will take teamwork.
A quick trip to the shops proves tricky for Dad, when Bingo and Bluey want to play a game of ‘Kids’. Now Bluey is Mum, Bingo’s her baby and Dad is a very naughty boy!
It’s bedtime and Bingo can’t remember where she left her beloved Floppy! Retracing their steps, Bingo and Bluey lead Mum through their bizzare day in the hope of tracking her down.
Bluey needs Mum’s advice on dealing with a troublesome neighbour, when the serenity of her couch cushion playhouse is threatened by Bingo’s growing stable of animals.
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”.
Dad tells Bluey to mind her manners at the table - they’re not animals! But when Bluey gets her hands on a stick of magic asparagus, she shows them everyone’s got a wild side!
Bluey and Bingo want a pet! To show them how much work they’d be in for, Dad transforms his hand into their old friend Shaun, a chaotic, undisciplined Emu with a taste for trouble.
When Mum goes out to a baby shower, Dad takes charge of the girls’ evening routine. But with Bluey missing Mum, Dad has to pull out all the games he knows to keep them entertained.
It’s Christmas and Bluey is very focused on being good to get more presents. But when a game of Verandah Santa leaves cousin Socks upset, Bluey must learn the virtue of kindness.
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