Bluey (2018–…): Season 3, Episode 1 - Perfect - full transcript

Bluey wants to draw the perfect Father's Day card by remembering fun games she's played with Dad, but starts to get frustrated when she finds a problem with each drawing. None of them are perfect enough.

OK, let's make some
Father's Day cards for Dad.

I'm going to do
a red love heart rainbow card.

Oh, great!

Hey, what's going on?

ALL: Argh! Dad, get out!

Oh! After all I've done
for this family!

OK, what about you, Bluey?

I'm gonna draw
the perfect picture of me and Dad.

The perfect picture?


What does perfect mean?
I know!

It means really, really,
really, really, really, really,

really, really, really good.

Pretty much.

This episode of Bluey
is called Perfect.

This is going to be so perfect

Dad will stick it
straight on the fridge.

Perfect is tough, Bluey.

I'm just warning you.
It's fine.

Oop! It's not straight.

Start again. It has to be perfect!

What should I draw me and Dad doing?

How about just standing
there with your arms out,

exactly like this one?

No, it has to be better than that.

But this one's lovely.

But it's not on the fridge.

Uh, no, I guess not.

What do you like the best
of what Dad does?

Ooh, I know!

I love it when he does, "It's Dad!"

(GIGGLES) Oh, yeah!

It's Dad!

OK, listen up.

Whenever I walk into a room,
everyone has to clap and go,

"Whoo! Yeah! It's Dad!

"Alright! That guy's awesome!"

Got it?
OTHERS: Got it.

OK, let's try that again.

It's Dad!


Pick up your game!

That looks great, Bluey!

Mm, I can't draw tickling
very perfect.

Yeah, it looks
more like he's throwing you.

Ooh, I can draw throwing!

Ooh, you can draw No Ticket!

And he built his house out of straw.

Hm, bad move, pig.


Oh, yes. Here you go. (GIGGLES)

P-chuck. Ticket.

Oh, yes, of course.

Oh, what did I do with it?
It's here somewhere.

Oh, here it is!

P-chuck. Quicker next time.


Oh, uh, I don't have one.


No ticket.

Beautiful, Bluey.

I think Dad will like that.

Dad's games are always too rough.

Hmm, I'm not very perfect
at drawing big couches.

It looks great!

Yeah, it doesn't look like
our couch.

It looks more like a chair.

Ooh! You can draw Dad playing Chair.

Oh, yeah!


Oh, man, my legs are tired
from all this child rearing.

Surely sitting down on a comfy chair
will do the trick.

Oh, look, I have my choice
of any chair I want.

Where to sit?

Here will do.

Dad! (GIGGLES) Get off!
Oh, wow.

Sitting in this chair
was definitely the right decision.

So relaxing!

Get off!

The chair looks like a chair.

Good to go.
But you're not really in it.

Yeah, it's supposed to be
a picture of Dad AND me.

Bluey, it's fine.
It doesn't have to be perfect.

Dad will love anything you do.

So if I gave him this, he'd love it?

Well, um, yes.

Will he love this?

Yes, he would.


OK, OK. Yes.

He'd love it more
if you put some care into it.

And made it...perfect?

No, not perfect.

Just the best you can do.

Come on, what can you draw
where we see you and Dad?

With no big couches or tickling.

But throwing is fine.

ALL: Hmm.

GIRLS: Ooh, Boomerang!

It was all pretty quick, really.

It was just in and out
and I even got to keep them.


Hey! Oh, man,
I'm sick of this boomerang.

Do you want a boomerang, Fido?

No, my boomerang supplies
are plentiful.

Well, what am I gonna do
with this boomerang?

Well, maybe just throw
that boomerang away.

Oh, yes, of course.

I'll throw the boomerang away.
That will do it.



There. That's the last we've seen
of that boomerang.

Because you threw it away.

Look, I'm keen to get it done,

but, Chilli,
she wants to keep her options open.

But I don't know. Do we want anymore
of these things running around?


That's a cracker!

(GIGGLES) That's what Boomerang
looks like.

What's wrong this time?

I don't know.

It's just not perfect enough.

Perfect enough for what?

Is there something
you want to tell me, Bluey?

Mum, I drew you a picture!

Oh, wow.

Do you like it?

Yeah, it's perfect.

That's going straight to the fridge.

Not much room up here.


Look, I'm just going to put it
on top of Bluey's for now.

Oh! Hi, Bluey.

I'm sorry, kid.

I'm not perfect I'm afraid.

That's OK.

Being a parent's tough.

So is drawing.

Yeah, so is drawing.

But, listen, how many times

have you banged your knee
or scratched yourself

playing with your dad?


No ticket!

Whoop! Ooh!

You right, mate?
Um, yeah, I just banged my knee.

I am sick of this boomerang!


And what's the first thing
he always says?


Don't tell your mum.


It's Dad!


Uh, I'll come back later.

What else does he always say?

Well, Bluey, it's a good thing
you're tough.

It's a good thing you're tough.

It's a good thing you're tough.

So, yeah, drawing is tough, but...

It's a good thing I'm tough?



GIRLS: Happy Father's Day!

BANDIT: Oh, thanks, kids!

Oh, look at these pictures.
These are brilliant!

They're going
straight to the fridge.

Out of the way, power bill.





Captions by Red Bee Media

Australian Broadcasting Corporation