If you’re like me, you’ve shed a tear while watching Bluey with your kids before. You may be wondering what are the most emotional Bluey episodes? I’ll tell you in this post!
All three of my toddlers are completely obsessed with the childrens’ show Bluey.
It’s about a 6 year old girl named Bluey and her family. She has a 4 year old sister named Bingo, a mom named Chili, and a dad named Bandit.
I love watching the show with my children. It’s funny, cute, and emotional. I’ll be the first to admit there have been a few episodes that have made me cry.
Some are really relatable about things that are sad and emotional in life.
Are you ready to know what the top Bluey episodes that will make you cry are? Read on!
Most Emotional Bluey Episodes
These are the saddest Bluey episodes and the most emotional ones. I’ll let you know the name of the episode, what season it’s in, and what episode number in the season.
I did not put the Bluey episodes ranked in any particular order. It was too hard to choose which ones were more emotional than others!
1. Flat Pack S2:E21
This episode is about aging and the natural progression of life. Bingo and Bluey play where Bluey is the mum and Bingo is the baby.
Bluey teaches her how to do things in life. Bingo then becomes a toddler, a teenager, then a grown up. She goes off on her own in a cardboard spaceship as she doesn’t need her mum to look after her anymore.
Bluey aka mum says “now what do I do?” because her purpose in life has been raising her baby. Her parents tell her to come up to them, and she meets them on the porch swing.
The dad says “This is heaven”. It’s as if Bluey has passed on and met her parents up in heaven. They then watch Bingo continue to live her life without them.
This is a very emotional episode for a lot of people. It’s sad for moms to think about how their babies will grow to not need them so much and we will all pass away eventually.
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2. Baby Race S2:E47
This episode is about the pressure that new moms feel to keep up with the other moms and to make sure their babies are developing and progressing quickly.
Chili is excited when Bluey reaches a milestone quickly, then feels bad about herself when Bluey’s friends are reaching other milestones first.
Chili is determined to have Bluey be the first to walk, but Judo wins the baby race and walks first.
It’s sad to see Chili say she felt like she was doing everything wrong because baby Bluey was behind her friends. As a mama of a child with developmental delays, I understand how she felt and it’s hard.
Bella, Coco’s mum, comes to visit and really helps Chili. She shows her that she has 9 kids and Coco isn’t her first. This helps Chili decide to run her own race.
Bluey learns to walk. It’s a very sweet moment in the kitchen as Bluey is walking right towards her mom. Bingo says maybe Bluey saw something she wanted.
3. Sleepytime S2:E9
This episode shows Bingo dreaming she’s out in the universe while sleeping. She sleep walks and moves around and it corresponds to what you see her doing in her dream.
Bingo gets cold and sad, especially when her stuffed animal Floppy leaves her.
The end is what really gets you, where Bingo needs some warmth and comfort. She finds the sun in her dream, which in real life is really her mom. You then see her in bed snuggling with her mama.
She feels warm and safe with her mom, which pulls at my mommy heart and makes me want to snuggle up all my babes!
Chili says “Remember, I’ll always be here for you, even if you can’t see me. Because I love you.” This part makes me emotional and is so sweet!
4. Bedroom S3:E1
If you’re looking for Bluey season 3 sad episodes, then look no further.
This was the first Bluey episode I really watched with my kids that made me emotional. I wasn’t expecting it, but this show has a way you guys.
This sweet episode is about the bedroom Bluey and Bingo used when they were babies. Chili is sad thinking about how the crib was her babies first bed.
Bluey decides she wants to move into that room and not share a room with Bingo anymore. They spend all day getting their rooms setup, then at bedtime they miss each other.
They pass notes back and forth and keep getting caught. The mom asks Bluey what else she could need and Bluey thinks one thing is missing.
Bluey sends Bingo a drawing of the two of them sleeping in bed together with a question mark over it. Bluey must have sent this to Bingo to ask if she wanted to sleep in the same bed.
Then you see them sleeping in Bluey’s bed together and it’s a super cute sibling moment.
This episode made me emotional thinking about the day that my twins might not want to share a room anymore.
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5. Promises S3:E3
Bluey and Bandit have both made a promise they didn’t keep, so Chili decides that everyone must start keeping their promises.
They all start keeping their promises and doing cute and silly things with and for each other.
I love how throughout the episode the parents are sharing with each other cute things the kids have said and done recently. I know my husband and I do tons of that.
The part that makes me emotional is at the very end when Bandit goes to the girls room and sees them sleeping. He says “I promise I’ll always love you”.
I just love how they go from not keeping their promises, to keeping them, to him telling his girls he’ll always love them. The weight of him promise means so much more now than it did at the beginning of the episode.
6. Grandad S2:E29
Chili takes her kids to go visit her dad who’s just had some health problems and needs to rest.
Chili is determined to get her dad to rest, but he just won’t listen.
It’s so sweet when Chili tells Grandad’s neighbor Maynard that she still needs her dad.
The very end is the best part of this episode though. Chili and her dad are sitting on the dock watching Bluey and Bingo swim.
Chili says “I remember when you used to take me swimming here. That was a long time ago.” and her dad says “no, it was yesterday”.
Your kid’s childhood goes so fast that things that happened a long time ago really can feel like it wasn’t long ago.
7. Camping S1:E43
This precious and sad Bluey episode is about when Bluey and her family go camping. Bluey becomes friends with a boy named Jean-Luc and has so much fun playing with him everyday.
They can’t communicate well though because Jean-Luc speaks French. This causes Bluey to not understand when Jean-Luc tells her that he’s leaving in the morning.
Bluey is heartbroken when she sees that her friend is gone. It’s a really sad and emotional scene to watch.
Her mom comforts her and gives her hope their paths may cross again in the future.
The episode ends by showing the tree they planted grow over the years. Bluey leans against it to read a book, then we heard Jean-Luc say “Hello Bluey”.
It’s amazing to see them reunite!
8. Copycat S1:E38
In this episode, Bluey copies everything Bandit says and does. While on their morning walk, they find a hurt bird.
They take the budgie to the vet. The budgie dies, which obviously makes Bluey very sad.
Bluey reenacts everything that happened through playing with Bingo. Bluey is Bandit and Bingo is the budgie.
It’s really hard and sad to see Bluey grieving, which is why this is one of the most emotional Bluey episodes.
9. Butterflies S1:E15
Judo comes over to play with Bluey and Bingo, but convinces Bluey to ditch Bingo and go play without her.
Bingo cries and feels left out, so she hides in the new swing by herself.
Bluey feels bad and goes to check on Bingo. Bingo doesn’t want to play with Bluey right away, which makes Bluey cry too.
After a minute the two sisters hug and make up.
It’s emotional to watch Bingo get left out and feel so sad from it. Especially because this is something I’m sure we all experienced at some point as kids.
This Bluey episode isn’t quite as emotional for me as the others on this list, but it’s definitely still in the running.
Emotional Bluey Episodes FAQ
A lot of people think the saddest episode of Bluey is Flat Pack. The end really gets you when you see Bluey meet up with her parents in “heaven”.
There are some episodes of the show that are not available to watch in the United States on Disney Plus. One of them is banned because it talks about farting. They said it did not meet their standards.
There is some speculation that Bluey’s mom had a miscarriage. This is because of the episode The Show (S2:E16). Bluey and Bingo act out their parents love story. Bingo pretends to be pregnant with a balloon in her shirt. The balloon pops and the parents look sad and grab each other’s hands. Then they show the mom pregnant with Bluey. This would make Bluey a rainbow baby since she was born after Chili had a miscarriage. So if you’re wondering did Chili have a miscarriage, then watch this episode and see what you think.
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