Behind The Video
"Drinkin' A Coca-Cola"
Eddie Coker: "The Words"
VeggieTales: "Larry Boy Theme Song"
"Only In My Dreams"
"I Can Count On You"
Eddie Coker: "Nine Inch Whales"
Ski Time! (Studio C Only)
Ocean (Studio C Only)
"No Other Place"
VeggieTales: "I Love My Duck"
Book Your Party Online Promo
The Chuck E Cheese Show was the first show in a series to take CEC in a new direction with their shows. Since January 1999
through July 2000
, all shows had a particular theme with songs related to that theme. Starting with this show, the shows are themeless, variety-style shows featuring current hits, originals, parodies, and classic songs all together. This concept seems to work very well because this show in particular had something for everybody: Children and teens get a kick out of the Britney Spears and Ricky Martin parodies, and the parents like the classic songs like the Beach Boys' "Good Vibrations". The originals are really cool, too, such as "Jump" and "No Other Place". I think my favorite part was when Pasqually explained to everyone that he took a community college course in stand up comedy. I have to agree with Jasper, that the poor chef needs one word: refund!!!!
Studio C (Part 1)
- Chuck E's curtains remain closed during Helen's "Chuck E".
Studio C (Part 2)
- The Studio C puppets' backgrounds are the same colors from the Just For Kids Show (Munch's color returns to amber from an orange color). The background design is a diagonal stripe from the upper left to the lower right.
Studio C (Part 3)
- "Ocean" and "Ski Time!" are interactive intermissions for Studio C only. These make intermissions longer for live show programming, and to give the blue screen stage a useful purpose.
- Chuck E's curtains remain closed during Helen's "Only In My Dreams".
- Helen has three great songs in this show - "Chuck E", "Only In My Dreams", and "No Other Place". Jasper leads "I Can Count On You", and Pasqually has a solo in "Mother". Munch has no song in this show.
Parodies & Originals
- "Chuck E" is a parody of Britney Spear's "Drive Me Crazy" and "Drinkin' A Coca-Cola" is a parody of Ricky Martin's "Living La Vida Loca". "Jump" and "No Other Place" are CEC originals.
Behind The Video
- Before "Chuck E" in Segment 1, there was a short introduction called 'Behind the Video' (a spoof of the MTV Behind The Video series). This is actually the real taping of the music video. The Department 18 logo appears on the 'Behind the Video' logo.
Fly Ball & Football
- These two music intermissions feature in-house footage of the local Texas Heat dog show, and Chuck E & friends playing football against kids. Fly Ball's music is reused from the September 1998 Show
- Want to know what a CEC manager does after the store closes? Well now you do! Watch Duncan Brennan run around CEC playing games, watching the show, and eat pizza!
Department 18 Cameos (Part 1)
- 'Behind The Video' shows a brief glimpse of Jeremy Blaido and Robert Gotcher producing and directing their music videos! Jeremy says in his Jasper voice, "Get that camera off me!"
Department 18 Cameos (Part 2)
- Matt Schartz makes his CEC debute as the DJ in "Chuck E", and a dancer in "Drinkin' A Coca-Cola".
Department 18 Cameos (Part 3)
- As mentioned above, Duncan Brennan is featured as the manager in the "Closing Time?" video footage. The great Duncan Brennan provides Chuck E Cheese's voice!
Book Your Party Promo
- Just like in previous shows, the promo takes place last in the show schedule. Unlike previous shows, Chuck E's curtains do not open during the promo in the Studio C version.
- The Birthday Break video is the September 2000 Show logo.
September 2000 Show Logo
- The logo says "The Chuck E Cheese Show", and the 'Chuck' & 'Cheese' text spins and glows. The background color is different each segment - blue, pink, and orange.
-5 out of 5 Tokens-
This show is awesome, and one of my personal favorites! I love the variety of songs in it - current hits, classics, originals, and great parodies... this show is loaded with great material! I was glad to see that Helen had a lot of songs... her voice actress, Annagrey, has a beautiful voice, and I thought she mimics Britney Spears very well in "Chuck E". The intermissions are also good... my favorites have to be Eddie Coker's funky "Nine Inch Whales", and the music intermission "Closing Time?". I think my favorite song was the Beach Boys' "Good Vibrations"...everytime that one song came on it got really, really loud in the showroom. No matter how low the volume was, that song was always ten times louder than the rest of the show. In my opinion...that was really cool! Advice to managers: the show sounds the best loud! That is why "Good Vibrations" was the show stealer in my eyes. The entire show concept was a winner! The Chuck E Cheese Show was one of Chuck's greatest hits!!!