Frank Sinatra: "I've Got A Crush On You"
Count Basie & His Orchestra: "One O'Clock Jump"
Station Wagon Of The Future
"Tokens To Ride"
Temptations: "My Girl"
Beatles In Dutch
"Knock On Wood"
Earth Wind & Fire: "Getaway"
"Let's Hear It For The Boy"
The Kinks: "Come Dancing"
"The Future Looks Fun To Me"
Garth Brooks: "The River"
Randy Newman & Lyle Lovett: "You've Got A Friend In Me"
Amy Grant: "Takes A Little Time"
Chuck E. Cheese and his friends took a trip through the decades looking at all the fads and pop culture at the time (and the music too). In general, the show was a lot of fun and had really interesting music video intermissions that were themed with the decades. Fun to note is "You've Got A Friend In Me" from Disney/Pixar's Toy Story. Although the songs are really great, some of the skits dragged on and on as Chuck E. and his friends rambled on and on about everything. I don't think an average guest's attention span lasts as long as the skits did...but if you truly pay attention it is very interesting and educational. This historic showtape is also the first under Jeremy Blaido's leadership as Director Of Entertainment... and he doesn't disappoint. So long to the awful, boring shows of 1998 - and hello to a great new generation of showtapes!
- There is no curtain diversity for any of the Existing Stages.
- Each character has their own song in this show! Jasper sings "Tokens To Ride", Pasqually sings "Stay", Munch has a big role in "Yakady Yak", and Helen sings "Knock On Wood" and "Let's Hear It For The Boy".
Dept 18 Originals & Parodies
- "Disco Chuck" is a parody of "Disco Duck", "Tokens To Ride" is the Beatles' "Ticket To Ride", and "Safety Pin" parodies "Safety Dance". "Future Looks Fun To Me" is a remake of a CEC original, and the rest of the songs are covers.
The Future Looks Fun To Me
- The song "The Future Looks Fun To Me" is an early 90's CEC song (from the 1991 Future Showtape
) remade with the current voice actors.
- This is Jeremy's first show as Director of Entertainment! This also is the first show where Jeremy provides Jasper's voice!
- The Birthday Break music and video is reused from the September 1998 Show
-At the beginning of every skit, the show announcer would say the actual name of the show: Chuck E Cheese's Terrific Time Travel Review. The actual show logo are the different decade numbers.
-3 out of 5 Tokens-
Really entertaining themed show with excellent songs and interesting intermissions. The only problem I have with this show is the constant talk between characters between songs... it gets a little boring. Also the 90's segment is very dry compared to the other decade songs. But other than that, it is a very fun show - and a promising start for the new Director of Entertainment - Jeremy Blaido!