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The Showroom is a now-phased-out room that is present at Chuck E. Cheese's locations between 1977-2004. The walls were removed from most stores in 2004, when Phase 4 was introduced in Irving, Texas. This room was merged in with the game room. This showroom idea continued on to the Studio C Alpha.

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The Showroom usually has a large sign of Chuck E. above the walls, and two other signs that both respectively say "Show" "Room" The room itself contains several tables, which could be occupated of around 200 people, depending on the store's size. The room has many posters from phases 2 and 3, which are parodies of television, and records. The most notable part is that the animatronic stage was at the far end of the room, so people could watch them perform. The room also had no games (except for the Ticket Blaster) and had two TVs near the stage. At some other stores, too, there were two long shelves with pop-culture items on them.

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