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The September 2004 Show was a showtape played in stores from September to November of 2004. All songs are new with the exception of "Go to Chuck E. Cheese".

Show List[]

Segment 1[]

Intermission 1[]

  • Super Jasper

Countdown 1[]

  • Clowns Making A Sandwich
  • Countdown 2
  • Sprite Spot
  • Countdown 3

Segment 2[]

Intermission 2[]

  • Desperate Housewives on ABC
  • Drawing Chuck E
  • Countdown 4
  • Fundraising Spot
  • Baking With Betty
  • Countdown 5

Segment 3[]

Intermission 3[]

  • Fly Ball
  • Countdown 6
  • Larry The Technician
  • Coke Spot
  • Countdown 7

Segment 4[]

  • "What Up"
  • "I Want My Chuck E. Cheese" (Dire Straits; parody of "Money For Nothing")

Intermission 4[]

  • Singing Cowboy
  • Countdown 8
  • Super Jasper
  • Countdown 9

Trivia[]

  • This was Robert's first show as sole Director.
  • Chuck E.'s curtains close during Smile on all versions.
  • Chuck E. is programmed during the Fundraising spot and the reused Larry the Technician intermission on all versions of the show.
  • Just like in the April 2004 Show, the Studio C puppets only appear during the dialogue portions in-between songs.
  • Instead of their usual backgrounds, the Studio C puppets are shown in a children's play area from a local church.
  • This showtape includes Chuck E. Cheese's Choo Choo in it.
  • A lost song called 'Going On a Diet' was removed from the showtape before its release. The song was a parody of "She Blinded Me With Science" and was sung by Munch with Pasqually also having a small part. The video footage featured the band working out at a gym. The footage was later used with stock music in the April 2005 Show and a small clip of the song itself can be heard in a VJ spot in Best of CEC TV 2008. The song was intended to be the first song for the second segment but was later replaced by "Go To Chuck E. Cheese" reused from the April 2002 show. It was cut due to corporate executives thinking it was insensitive.

Gallery[]

Transcript[]

September 2004 Show/Transcript

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