Show Segment 1
"I've Had the Time of My Life"

Show Segment 2
"Tunnel of Love"
"Somewhere Out There"
"I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)"

Show Segment 3
"Good Day Sunshine"
"Tip Toe Through the Tulips"
"Bicycle Built for Two"
"Slip and Slide"

Show Segment 4
"Lazy, Crazy Day of the Summer"
"Indian Lake"
"Walking on Sunshine"

Special Show Segments
"Dancing in the Street"
"Beach Boys Birthday"
"Cheer - Hooray"
"Munch's Chuck E. Intro"

This is a very good show and came in video and reel format, based on what computer the store had. This show, like the majority of showtapes during this time period, is a mix of new and old shows. The new Grammy Awards material has awesome songs, from the winners of the 1988 Grammys! A show with songs by Michael Jackson, Bruce Springsteen, Linda Ronstadt, and Aretha Franklin would naturally be a winner! The Summer section has great original songs like "Slip And Slide", performed by Jasper. The reel version contains three different birthday songs, a walkaround introduction, and a cheer skit for audience participation! The Cyberamics control system would skip over the birthdays and extras, unless they were selected on the employee panel.

Cyberstar Version - A clip from the video version of this show went into the Cyberstar intro (where the clips are showing in the tunnel). The footage on this show is of the characters on a Rocker Stage.

Reel / Cassette - The reel version was accompanied by a cassette for the intermission music, since it's not on the reel.

-4.5 out of 5 Tokens-

A perfect summer show! It gets two paws way up! Helen does a terrific job on "Somewhere Out There". There's a funny little joke in this skit about Chuck E's agent turning down Steven Spielberg for a part in An American Tale. This show has songs that were really popular at the time and some still are! I think this show would still be interesting today. In the 80's alot of the showtapes consisted of pop music of the time, with the original lyrics. It might be more of a problem to do this today with all the copyright laws and the fact that artists coming down on Mp3 downloaders.