Comedian Zach Mander shares a hidden X-rated theory about Bluey’s parents

Comedian shares his hidden X-rated theory about Bluey: ‘What does that mean?’

  • An Aussie dad has shared an X-rated theory about the popular kids show Bluey
  • Zach Mander hinted at romances between Bluey’s parents and their neighbours
  • ‘The truth is I’ve had a file open about this for a while,’ he said in a TikTok video 
  • Zach also suggested another adults-only theory about pineapples in the home  

A father and comedian has shared an X-rated theory about the beloved kid’s cartoon Bluey.

Dad-of-one Zach Mander, from Brisbane, hinted towards possible hidden romances between Bluey’s parents, Chilli and Bandit, and their neighbours in a TikTok video.

‘After investigating the relationship between Chilli (Bluey’s mum) and Lucky’s Dad in Bluey a number of people have asked questions about Bandit (Bluey’s dad) and their other neighbour, Wendy,’ Zach said in the clip. 

‘And the truth is I’ve had a file open about this for a while.’

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In a TikTok video Aussie dad Zach Mander (pictured outside the famous Bluey house) explained an X-rated theory about the popular animated kids show Bluey

In a TikTok video Aussie dad Zach Mander (pictured outside the famous Bluey house) explained an X-rated theory about the popular animated kids show Bluey

The funny man hinted about romances between Bluey's parents, Chilli and Bandit, and their neighbours

'After investigating the relationship between Chilli (Bluey's mum) and Lucky's Dad in Bluey a number of people have asked questions about Bandit (Bluey's dad) and their other neighbour, Wendy,' Zach said in the clip

The funny man hinted about romances between Bluey’s parents, Chilli and Bandit, and their neighbours. ‘After investigating the relationship between Chilli (Bluey’s mum) and Lucky’s Dad in Bluey a number of people have asked questions about Bandit (Bluey’s dad) and their other neighbour, Wendy,’ Zach said in the clip

In the video shared on Friday, Zach hinted at a possible spark between Bandit (front left) and neighbour Wendy (back right) - and shared a clip from the show of an interaction between the two characters

In the video shared on Friday, Zach hinted at a possible spark between Bandit (front left) and neighbour Wendy (back right) – and shared a clip from the show of an interaction between the two characters

In the video shared on Friday, Zach hinted at a possible spark between Bandit and neighbour Wendy – and shared a clip from the show of an interaction between the two characters. 

‘Why don’t you kids go upstairs and play with Judo? I’ll look after your sheep for you,’ Wendy says, and looks at Bandit acting as a sheep. 

But Zach said: ‘”Look after”, what’s that supposed to mean?’ 

He then cuts back to the snippet of the show when Wendy says, ‘I’ll show you what 10 years of Pilates can do’, and attempts to lift Bandit off the ground while he admired her quads.

‘Yikes!’ Zach added, before suggesting another X-rated theory about the meaning of pineapples in the home. 

‘A number of people have also pointed out the prevalence of pineapples in the Heeler house,’ he said. 

‘I’ve always thought that’s because southeast Queensland, where they live, is known for its pineapples.

‘But after Googling what pineapples symbolise, I don’t know… maybe there is something going on in this cul-de-sac.’

Pineapples can represent may things, such as hospitality, prosperity, friendship, and diplomacy, but it can also suggest couples are open to engaging freely in sex. 

The funny dad hinted towards the latter by placing romantic music over his voice towards the end of the video. 

Zach also suggested another X-rated theory about the meaning of pineapples in the home. (Pictured: Bluey front and centre with Bandit, back left, and Chilli, right)

Zach also suggested another X-rated theory about the meaning of pineapples in the home. (Pictured: Bluey front and centre with Bandit, back left, and Chilli, right) 

In just five days the video has been viewed more than 645,000 times and hundreds gave their opinion on the matter. 

‘Pretty sure pineapples are a sign of hospitality and upside down ones are… you know,’ one person commented. 

Another said: ‘Upside down (pineapples) is an invitation for discussion.’ 

Others suggested the possibility that Bandit and Chilli are in an ‘open relationship’ despite being married. 

‘I thought they were all just in a poly relationship with the cul-de-sac and they all just help raise each other’s kids together,’ another said. 

The video is part of an ongoing TikTok series about the popular animated show revolving around six-year-old blue heeler dog Bluey and her adventures. 

Earlier this year Zach shared his surprise after realising his local park is featured in Bluey. 

In a now-viral video, Zach noticed the Queensland capital’s New Farm Park had the same gazebo, barbecues, trees and neighbouring building as seen in an episode of the hit kids show during a recent visit.

In another now-viral video, Zach noticed the Queensland capital's New Farm Park had the same gazebo, barbecues, trees and neighbouring building as seen in an episode of Bluey

The dad-of-one lives in Brisbane where Bluey animators get much of their inspiration for the show's locations

In another now-viral video, Zach noticed the Queensland capital’s New Farm Park had the same gazebo, barbecues, trees and neighbouring building as seen in an episode of Bluey 

‘Where have I seen this park before?’ Zach asked in the clip before exclaiming ‘Bluey’ in time to the show’s theme tune. 

New Farm Park is just ten minutes east of the CBD and is one of the city’s oldest and largest that features a gazebo and the old Brisbane Powerhouse as seen in scenes in the popular kid’s program. 

The adored children’s show’s animators even went so far as to feature the park’s trees and barbecues in the same place as in real life. 

‘Literally everywhere in Brisbane I have this thought,’ Zach captioned the clip which racked up more than 103,000 views and dozens of responses from amazed parents and Bluey fans. 

'Where have I seen this park before?' Zach asked in the clip before exclaiming 'Bluey' in time to the show's theme tune

'Literally everywhere in Brisbane I have this thought,' Zach captioned the clip

‘Where have I seen this park before?’ Zach asked in the clip before exclaiming ‘Bluey’ in time to the show’s theme tune 

The adored children's show's animators even went so far as to feature the park's trees and barbecues in the same place as in real life

The adored children’s show’s animators even went so far as to feature the park’s trees and barbecues in the same place as in real life

‘I think Bluey is doing more for Brisbane tourism than anything else ever!’ one viewer laughed. 

‘I didn’t know that the places in Bluey are based on real life!!! This is so cool,’ said another and a third replied: ‘Omg you live in Bluey land’. 

‘The show is very accurate, well besides the fact dogs need to be on a lead in the park,’ Zach joked in the comments.  

Many parents were sharing other Brisbane locations they think have been featured on Bluey.  

‘The episode where they take the bird to the vet has to be the Brighton vet. I swear!,’ one mum theorised. 

‘They go to Noosa River in one episode,’ a second claimed. 

‘Yes! They should do a Bluey tour of Brisbane with a side trip to the Noosa River to visit the Big Pelican,’ said another.

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