Sorry for my misleading picture. The blue curve is a curve generated by the middle control points. As apatriarca said, it is NOT on the Bezier surface, however, the middle control point for any v-isoparameter curve will be on that blue curve. This is analogous to the first and last control points being on the edge curves of the Bezier surface, and these edge curves are generated by the left and right control points at the edge of the control net.
The idea is that you can treat the columns of the control grid as separate Bezier curves and evaluate them at a specific v. Then, those evaluated points can become another Bezier curve (a v-isoparameter curve) that you can evaluate at a specific u. Then, that evaluated point is on the surface. You can do the same thing with the rows of the control grid to get a u-isoparameter curve, and then evaluate that at a specific v to get the point on the surface.