Perfect. Bluey wants to draw the perfect Father’s Day card by remembering fun games they’ve played with Dad. Bluey starts to get frustrated when she finds a problem with each drawing.
Dad Baby. When Dad shows the kids how to use their old baby-harness, a new game is born: Dad Baby! But Dad is unprepared for the harsh realities of giving birth to a baby Bingo.
Sticky Gecko. Mum must get Bluey and Bingo out the door in time for a playdate, but they can't leave before they finish their game - waiting for a sticky rubber gecko to drop from the ceiling
Bluey and Bingo want everyone to play Charades, but Muffin and Socks are too young to understand the rules and Nanna must think quickly to keep the game on track.
On Bingo and Bluey's Rug Island, a pack of felt pens can be anything - bananas, campfires, even a snake! But Dad will need to embrace his inner kid if he wants to make it his home.
When Bluey has a playdate at Chloe's, Bingo must learn how to play by herself. But all the games she knows need more than one person! Luckily Dad has a problem that needs solving.
Dad refuses to be late dropping off Bluey and Bingo at kindy and school, but the girls make Dad play so many games, they quickly derail his plan.
When Bluey accidentally makes Bingo upset playing a game at dinner, she will do anything to make her happy again - even changing the rules of the game. But nothing seems to work.
Dad and his mates hit the backyard, ready to rip up some tree stumps! But when Bluey and Bingo take over a stump as a nail salon, Dad finds he's got some negotiating to do.
During a game of hairdressers, Bluey discovers that big-headed customer Dad has nits! To help treat them Bingo has to find her voice, while Bluey has to find her ears.