Show Segment 1
"Who Threw the Overalls in Mistress Murphy's Chowder?"
Show Segment 2
"Medley of the South" (Cotton Fields, Pick a Bale of Cotton, Crawdad Song, Thank God I'm a Country Dog)
Show Segment 3
"Americana Medley" (Yankee Doodle Dandy, Dixie, Grand Old Flag)
Show Segment 4
"Irish Song (Clancy Lowered the Boom)"
Show Segment 5
"Working Show" (Workin on the Chain Gang, Sixteen Songs, I've Been Workin' on the Railroad)
Show Segment 6
"Ladies' Show" (If You Knew Susie, Clementine, Sweet Adeline, Oh Suzanna, She's Too Fat For Me, Goodbye Ladies)
Show Segment 7
"My Wild Irish Rose"
"Has anybody here seen Kelly?"
"When Irish Eyes Are Smiling"
Show Segment 8
"Show Finale Skit" (There's No Business Like Show Business, Characters' Final Bow Skit, Side By Side)
Show Segment 9
"When It Rains, It Pours Show" (It's Raining, It's Pouring, Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head, Rhythm Of The Rain, Rockin' Pneumonia and the Boogie Woogie Flu)
Show Segment 10
"Salute to the Great American Railroad" (On The Atchison, Topeka and The Sante Fe, Casey Jones, Rock Island Line, Wabash Cannonball)
Show Segment 11
"Give My Regards To Broadway"
"Hello My Baby"
"Yes, We Have No Bananas"
"Always Leave Them Laughing When You Say Goodbye"
Show Segment 12
"Pizza Time Theatre Intro Show" (Pizza Time Theatre Song, Roots in the Country, That's Amore, Purple Pizza Eater, Sweet Georgia Brown)
Special Show Segments
"Happy Birthday, Happy Birthday Baby"
"Birthday One, Honey Bun"
"Birthday Chant / Song"
"Cheer - Trumpets"
"Pasqually's Chuck E. Intro"
"Christmas Medley" (Silver Bells, Fa-La-La, The Christmas Song, Jolly Old Saint Nicholas, Jingle Bells, Jingle Bell Rock, We Wish You a Merry Christmas)
This showtape features Foxy Colleen
and is themed around Irish music. Foxy is charming and soft-spoken through her shows, attempting to win-over the sharp tongued Chuck E. Cheese. Jasper also swoons over her continuously during the tape (most likely due to the dog-fox similarity), and she returns his flirting.
Like many of the earliest showtapes, this tape has a few special segments that are themed to the special guest (in this case Foxy) and the rest are recycled shows from earlier tapes.
- As stated above, many of the shows on this tape have been recycled from earlier tapes and are not exclusive to this reel. The segments which actually contain Foxy are Segment 1, Segment 4, Segment 7, Segment 11.
Colleen vs. Flanagan
- There seems to be some confusion over Foxy's name. She's announced a few times as "Foxy Flanagan", yet the title of the showtape and promotional poster name her "Foxy Colleen". She calls herself Foxy Colleen once, and in Segment 7 she says (to Jasper's romantic advances) that she's "already spoken for by Kelly of Colleen".
Show Finale Skit
- This was one of the original skits from the 1977 (one of the few we know for certain existed on that showtape). It was retooled to include Mr. Munch instead of Crusty the Cat. Surprisingly enough, the quiet and muffled echo of Crusty's voice can still be heard in the track's background for those listening very closely.
-4 out of 5 Tokens-
This is another rare tape that we're lucky to have - and it's actually pretty good. The Irish songs are an interesting touch, and some of them including "Who Threw the Overalls in Mistress Murphy's Chowder?" are among my personal favorite Pizza Time shows. The whole Flanagan/Colleen name mixup is distracting though, and is still something I'm not 100% as to what the deal is. Regardless, I do like her character, and I think that this tape includes some of the most fun special-guest segments of any tape.