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Ten's Top Ten is the third episode of Season 7 of Numberblocks, and the 93rd episode overall.


Ten presents a rundown of the top hit songs in Numberland.



There is no real story despite this episode teaching about the number bonds from One to Ten.


  • According to Numberblocks Twitter, this episode teaches "number bonds to 6 to 10".
  • When 7~10 sings their top hits, they were singing to the instrumentals of Lucky Number Seven, Octoblock, and That's Why You're Square Like Me from the episodes Seven, Eight and Nine respectively. Ten's song's instrumental is from the episode Ten Again.
    • The instrumental of the song from the Alphablocks episode Thing is also played when Ten introduces Ten's Top Ten.
    • The instrumental of the Fab song from the Alphablocks episode Band is also played during Three's brief song.
  • This is the second appearance of Octonaughty, the first one being Octoblock to the Rescue!.
    • However, despite this, he is non-sentient in this episode.
  • This is the second time Numberblocks teaches about number bonds to 7, 8 and the third time to 10 the first to teach number bonds to 6 and 9.
  • This is the third use of the comic book style in an episode. The first and second were Now We Are Six To Ten and Octoblock to the Rescue! respectively.
  • When Nine sung his part, he was singing on the stage from Fifteen's Minute of Fame.
  • The Numberblock Stadium and Peekaboo Rooms returned when Three and Four are showing their number bonds.
  • Many people thought that the seven Sevens may include figured-out 49, but it turns out that it is number bonds to 7.
  • This is the second time Nine hiccupped, the first being Hiccups.
  • Ten's part is similar to Ten Again but the difference is the opposite instead of going forward (9 + 1 Ten Again! , 8 + 2 Ten Again! etc) it goes the opposite way (1 and 9 Ten! 2 and 8 Ten!)



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