Segment 1
"Love Train"
"I Don't Wanna Work"

Intermission 1
The Tube Explorer
VeggieTales: "We Need A Hero"
Jonah Movie Trailer
VeggieTales: "The Moo Shoo Song"

Segment 2
"Go To Chuck E Cheese"
"That's A Deal"

Intermission 2
Baking With Betty
Eddie Coker: "The Woo Woo Dance"
Raining Balls (Studio C Only)

Segment 3
"CEC Chuck E Cheese"

Intermission 3
Super Jasper
Trout Fishing In America: "I Can Dance"

Segment 4
"Ease On Down The Road"
"Keep Smiling"

Intermission 4
Carl & Phil Monkey Ninjas: Episode 2
Time To Fly! (Studio C Only)

April 2002 really brings the house down! This show is very similar to the September 2000 and January 2001 shows where there are current hits, classic songs, parodies, and originals all together in one show. April 2002 follows this trend, and succeeds beautifully. The songs choices are great, which includes modern hits such as Michelle Branch's "Everywhere" and a Smash Mouth parody of "I Can't Get Enough Of You Baby" (I Don't Wanna Work Cause I'm Lazy). There are also some great classic songs, including "Love Train", "Ease On Down The Road", and the "Go To Chuck E Cheese" parody of "Turning Japanese". Finally, there are some great originals in this show, including the awesome "CEC Chuck E Cheese", Jasper's "That's A Deal", and the nice "Keep On Smiling".

The intermissions in this show are excellent...but the real intermission winners are the in-house ones. This time around the inhouse intermission roster includes the hilarious Baking With Betty, Super Jasper, and Tube Explorer. Eddie Coker, VeggieTales, Trout Fishing in America, and Monkey Ninjas also make a return to give the audience a good reason to stay and watch the breaks between the skits! In all, this show has been one of the best I have seen to date!!!

Studio C (Part 1) - Chuck E's curtains close during Helen's "Everywhere".

Studio C (Part 2) - The Studio C puppet backgrounds are the same design from the January 2002 Show. Munch's screen color returns to an amber color like in the September 2001 Show. In the January 2002 Show it was orange.

Studio C (Part 3) - This is the last show having interactive intermissions for Studio C. The Raining Balls one noted above has the same music as the previously used interactive Ocean (which appeared in September 2000 Show and Summertime 2001/2002). Time To Fly! was also used in Summertime (both 2000 & 2001/2002 versions).

Existing Stages - Chuck E's curtains close during Helen's "Everywhere".

Character Songs - Every character gets their own song in this show! Helen beautifully sings "Everywhere", Pasqually shows off his true colors in "I Don't Wanna Work", Jasper jams in his upbeat "That's A Deal", and Munch rocks in "Go To Chuck E Cheese".

Originals & Parodies - "That's A Deal", "CEC Chuck E Cheese", and "Keep On Smiling" are CEC original songs. "I Don't Wanna Work" is a parody of Smash Mouth's "Can't Get Enought Of You Baby", and "Go To Chuck E Cheese" is a parody of "Turning Japanese". The rest of the songs in this show are covers.

Baking With Betty - In this brand new episode, Betty reads fan mail letters on her show, including one from a true CEC fan (Danny), one from a football player (a.k.a. Dirk N. Dallas), and finally a honest letter from Pasqually.

Super Jasper - This new episode has Super Jasper going over a waterfall in a barrel...or "a stuffed me" as Jasper puts it. Most notably in this episode is a pissed Mike Manly asking to ..."get ABC on the line to see if that Millionaire offer is still on the table".

The Tube Explorer - After exploring the tubes in January 2002 Show's episode, Hank Howdy goes and checks out all the cool games and rides at CEC in this installment.

Eddie Coker - Eddie Coker's "Woo Woo Dance" has been reused from the Just For Kids Show (April 2000).

Department 18 Cameos (Part 1) - Chuck E yells "Come on Rob!!!" at the very end of "Go To Chuck E Cheese", in reference to Department 18 Production Manager Robert Gotcher.

Department 18 Cameos (Part 2) - Matt Schartz makes cameo appearances hugging Chuck E in "Love Train" and as a gas station attendant in "That's A Deal". You can also catch reused footage of Matt as a DJ in "CEC Chuck E Cheese".

D-Mac ID - There are many new bumpers in this show, including singing animals, a guy getting his afro shaved, a janitor, and stars spelling out CEC TV.

CEC TV Logo - Two new CEC TV logo bumpers also debute in this show - which are the blender mixing all the ingredients that make up CEC TV, and a bunch of dancing food.

Birthday Break - The Birthday Break music is brand new, but the video is the January 2001 Show logo, like in the January 2002 Show.

April 2002 Show Logo - A spoof of Indiana Jones - where the fedora-wearing hero runs through the jungle dodging darts, falling pillars, and crocodiles in search of the temple of Chuck E Cheese!

-4 out of 5 Tokens-

I think this show is a blast...great songs and fun intermissions!!! I personally love Helen's 'Everywhere', the original song, 'CEC Chuck E Cheese', and the Turning Japanese parody, 'Go to Chuck E Cheese'. The intermissions are excellent, too... especially the in-house ones. I always look forward to Baking With Betty and Super Jasper in new shows, and Tube Explorer is another wonderful new intermission series.

I also really love the Indiana Jones parody show logo! I think this is the most creative logo yet...even though the show has such a generic name. Modern hits, classic songs, and great originals make this show one of the best to date!!! This show has a little something for everybody! It definitely joins the September 2000 and January 2001 shows as my personal favorites! And like Jasper sings in the show, "That's a deal!!!!!!!!"