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

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

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

“After investigating the relationship between Chilli (Bluey’s mom) and Lucky’s dad in Bluey, a number of people have been asking questions about Bandit (Bluey’s dad) and their other neighbor, Wendy,” Zach said in the clip.

“And the truth is, I’ve had a file open on this for a while.”

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In a TikTok video, Australian dad Zach Mander (pictured outside the famous Bluey house) laid out an X-rated theory about the popular animated children’s show Bluey

The funny man hinted at romances between Bluey's parents, Chilli and Bandit, and their neighbors

The funny man hinted at romances between Bluey's parents, Chilli and Bandit, and their neighbors

The funny man hinted at romances between Bluey’s parents, Chilli and Bandit, and their neighbors. “After investigating the relationship between Chilli (Bluey’s mom) and Lucky’s dad in Bluey, a number of people have been asking questions about Bandit (Bluey’s dad) and their other neighbor, Wendy,” Zach said in the clip.

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

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

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

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

“Why don’t your kids go upstairs and play judo? I’ll look after your sheep for you,’ says Wendy and she looks at Bandit who is acting like a sheep.

But Zach said, “Watch out, what’s that supposed to mean?”

He then goes back to the segment of the show when Wendy says, “I’ll show you what 10 years of Pilates can do,” and tries to lift Bandit off the floor as he admired her quads.

“Yuck!” Zach added, before suggesting another X-rated theory about the significance of pineapple 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 it’s because South East Queensland, where they live, is known for its pineapples.

“But after Googling what pineapple symbolizes, I don’t know… maybe there’s something going on in this cul-de-sac.”

Pineapple can represent many things such as hospitality, prosperity, friendship and diplomacy, but it can also suggest that couples are open to casual sex.

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

Zach also suggested another X-rated theory about the significance of pineapple in the home.  (Pictured: Bluey front and center with Bandit, rear left, and Chilli, right)

Zach also suggested another X-rated theory about the significance of pineapple in the home.  (Pictured: Bluey front and center with Bandit, rear left, and Chilli, right)

Zach also suggested another X-rated theory about the significance of pineapple in the home. (Pictured: Bluey front and center with Bandit, rear left, and Chilli, right)

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

“Pretty sure pineapples are a sign of hospitality and being upside down… you know,” one person commented.

Another said, “Upside down (pineapple) is an invitation to discussion.”

Others suggested the possibility that Bandit and Chilli have an “open relationship” despite their marriage.

“I thought they were all just having a dead end poly relationship and they were all just helping raise each other’s kids,” said another.

The video is part of an ongoing TikTok series on the hit animated show that revolves around six-year-old Blue Heeler dog Bluey and her adventures.

Earlier this year, Zach shared his surprise after realizing his local park can be seen in Bluey.

In a now-viral video, Zach spotted the New Farm Park in Queensland’s capital featuring the same gazebo, barbecues, trees and adjoining building as seen on an episode of the popular children’s show during a recent visit.

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

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

The father of one child lives in Brisbane, where Bluey animators get much of their inspiration for the show's locations

The father of one child lives in Brisbane, where Bluey animators get much of their inspiration for the show's locations

In another now-viral video, Zach spotted New Farm Park in Queensland’s capital featuring the same gazebo, barbecues, trees and adjoining 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 song.

Located just ten minutes east of the CBD, New Farm Park is one of the city’s oldest and largest with a gazebo and the old Brisbane Powerhouse as seen in scenes in the popular children’s show.

The animators of the beloved children’s show even went so far as to place the park’s trees and barbecue grills in the same spot as in real life.

“Literally all over Brisbane I’m having this thought,” Zach captioned the clip that garnered more than 103,000 views and dozens of comments from amazed parents and Bluey fans.

“Literally all over Brisbane I have this thought,” Zach captioned the clip

“Literally all over 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 song

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

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

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

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

‘I didn’t know 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, aside from the fact that dogs must be on a leash in the park,” Zach joked in the comments.

Many parents shared other locations in Brisbane that they believe were featured on Bluey.

“The episode where they take the bird to the vet has to be the Brighton vet. I swear!,” one mother theorized.

“They’re going to Noosa River in one episode,” claimed a second.

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

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