Segment 1
"Bad Case of Loving You"
"Hit Me with your Best Shot"

Intermission 1
Coke Spot 1
Bee Movie Spot 1
CEC TV Animals

Segment 2
"Takin' Care of Business"
"Burnin' Love"

Intermission 2
CEC TV Haircut
Super Jasper "Cadillac Ranch"
Birthday Promo
Let's Fly
PBS Promo 1

Segment 3
"Take on Me"

Intermission 3
CEC TV Couch Family
Coke Spot 2
Veggie Tales "Gated Community"
CEC TV Bubble Kids

Segment 4
"You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet"
"The ABC Song"

Intermission 4
CEC TV Pizza Burp
Bee Movie Spot 2
PBS Spot 2
CEC TV Old Movie

Segment 1 starts off with "Bad Case of Loving You (Doctor, Doctor)" which is a 1978 song by Robert Palmer (1949-2003) written by David Martin. The song was a minor hit reaching 14 on the top 40 charts in 1979. It continues with "Hit Me with Your Best Shot" which was written by Eddie Schwartz and recorded by Pat Benatar in 1979, becoming a hit in 1980. It is the first single from her 1980 album Crimes of Passion, and it hit 9 on the Billboard Hot 100. It can be heard at many football games, and is featured on many of Pat Benatar's greatest hits compilations.

Segment 2 contains the songs "Takin' Care of Business" - a song written by Randy Bachman and first recorded by Canadian rock group Bachman-Turner Overdrive for their 1973 album Bachman-Turner Overdrive II. Has been re-recorded by many bands (including a famous cover by The Chipmunks), this song is one of the most recognizable in Classic Rock. Segment 2 also includes "Burning Love" written by Dennis Linde and made famous by Elvis Presley (1935-1977). The song was Elvis's 40th and last Top Ten hit on the US charts.

Segment 3 includes the songs "Take on Me" and "Crazy". "Take on Me" is a song by the Norwegian band a-ha. The song is from a-ha's first album, Hunting High and Low, released in 1985. The song "Crazy" is a ballad composed by Willie Nelson and first recorded by Patsy Cline in 1961. It eventually become one of her signature tunes, and its success helped launch Nelson as a performer and songwriter.

Finally, Segment 4 contains "You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet" which is a rock song written by Randy Bachman and performed by Bachman-Turner Overdrive (BTO) on the album Not Fragile. It was released as a single in 1974 and won the Juno Award for best-selling single of 1976. Segment 4 also has the "ABC song" which is a department 18 original.

Intermissions - This show had old and new Intermissions:
Bee movie Spots - New
Super Jasper "Cadillac Ranch" - reused from the April 1999 Show
Let's Fly (Blue Screen Interactive)
Veggie Tales "Gated Community" - reused from the January 2006 Show
Fund raising - New
PBS Spots - reused from the Sept 2007 Show

CECTV ID's - Some IDs are reused and some are new. Here's a list of the IDs:
Intermission 1 (CECTV Cows) - reused from April 2007
Intermission 2 (Hair cut) - reused form the April 2002, January 2003, & Summer 2004
CECTV (Old TV) - New
Intermission 3 (CECTV ID Couch Family) - reused from April 01, Jan 03, and Sept 07
CECTV ID (Bubble Kids) - reused from the September 2007 Show
Intermission 4 (CECTV IDs - Pizza Burp / Dancing Candy) - reused from April 2002

Pasqually jokes - It's been a while since Pasqually told a joke. He does in this Show. He asks "why did the pizza guy cross the road?" and his reply was "to get away from all the crazy people".

Birthday break and music - We get a new version of birthday star called "Birthday Star Extravaganza" that came out in December of 2007 (it came with the Holiday Show dvds). The Studio C puppets are in this version of the new Birthday Show and all versions have the puppets in them. The cast members can either choose between the 2 or 5 minute countdowns for the Birthday Show. At the very end of the Live Show there is a photo session so that the kids can take pictures with Chuck E. The video footage is reused footage from "Hold my Hand" which is from the September 2006 Show. The only difference is that Department 18 added new music for the countdown.

January 2008 Show logo - This Show logo first starts out with a robot (sort of like the Iron Giant) picking up the C and then breaking off the "E" from the billboard then breaking off the little "C" and then the robot places the C, then the letter E, and then the letter C next to each other and after the tv comes on (it says tv on the screen) and when the logo is all done it says "CECTV". The New "CECTV" Show logo is a pretty sweet logo!

-3.5 out of 5 Tokens-

I liked this show. The songs were great and the logo for the show was sweet. The intermissions could have been better though. All the songs are good covers, (although "ABC Song" is an original). I think this show was a winner. The only bad thing in this show was the intermissions being to short and to boring. Other than that, great going Department 18!!