11 Times ‘Bluey’ Episodes Leaned Way Too Hard Into the Fact That They’re Dogs

Adam Campbell-Schmitt
3 min readApr 9, 2024
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“New Tricks”
Bluey and Bingo don’t find playing “grannies” as much fun anymore when they find out that, based on the average 12- to 16-year life expectancy of a blue heeler, they themselves are middle-aged. The girls soon realize that their new pretend play games of “Unnecessary Sports Car” and “Co- Worker Love Affair” don’t bring them joy either.

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Adam Campbell-Schmitt

A writer and editor living, laughing, and loving in the NYC suburbs. Twitter: @adamcswrites