Fans of the popular kids’ show Bluey have been brought to tears by the most recent episodes.
After showing for the first time in the show’s home country of Australia earlier this year, more shows from the third season have been released around the world, and many people have been quick to tune in.
But those who have already raced through have told others that they should be prepared for an emotional roller ride.
For those who haven’t seen the show yet, it’s about a Blue Heeler puppy named Bluey and her family, which includes her dad Bandit, mom Chilli, and younger sister Bingo. Both kids and adults love the show.
Since the last batch of shows came out a few days ago, people have been talking about how moved they’ve been on social media.
Many posts have talked about the episode “Onesies,” in which Bluey’s Aunt Brandy (whose voice is done by Rose Byrne) struggles with not being able to have children.
‘Y’all are not prepared for the onesies episode of Bluey. I just finished it and I can’t stop crying,’ one person posted on Twitter.
‘Not me crying at #Bluey #Onesies I know that feeling well,’ someone else shared.
Another added: ‘There’s new Bluey on Disney+ today and I’m literally crying at Onesies.’
Many people had thought since last season that Bluey was also a rainbow child because she was born after her parents had a loss. This show proved that this was true.
Fans first talked about this idea after the episode “The Show” from season two, in which Bluey and Bingo put on a show for their parents.
Bingo put a balloon under her shirt to make it look like she was pregnant. When the balloon burst, Chilli started to cry, and Bandit quickly comforted her.
Creator Joe Brumm later addressed the moment, saying that the show ‘did indeed point at Chilli having a miscarriage’.
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The most latest show to come out Cricket also hit a nerve with many people when it talked about how important the sport is.
In one touching scene, the young character Rusty, who loves cricket, chose to mess up his hit so that his little sister could catch the ball and get him out of the game.
‘That’s what cricket is about kid,’ Bandit said.
The episode was described as a love letter to the sport by many, with retired Australian cricketer Ed Cowan saying he was ‘bawling my eyes out’ after watching, saying it was pretty much inevitable to ‘have a tear in your eye’ at the end of the episode.
Bluey is streaming on Disney Plus.