*This preview mentions a segment where Jon Voight will tell kids about kayaking on whitewater. I can't help imagining his introduction. "Hey, kids. In my movie Deliverance, you might have seen me canoeing on whitewater and getting into some real jams. Now I want to tell you about the real-world fun and risks of kayaking on the rapids."
|Petey the Peacock tries to pass himself off as the NBC Peacock |
and steal the show with his shrill vocal stylings. He gets the hook
immediately but somehow ends up in almost every number.
|Creepy puppets part one.|
|Creepy puppets part two, slightly inappropriate puppets part one.|
|Jimmy Osmond sings and dances with the creepy puppets.|
|We need to get one of these for our show.|
|Look who's in the audience--Joe (Heinrich of Midvale)!|
|Joe (Heinrich of Midvale) puts up with Petey.|
|Petey wears Jimmy down and gets to do a number|
with Dina Dinosaur. "Ain't she sweet?"
|Johnny Whitaker and all the Ooze family (plus Petey natch)|
from Sigmund and the Sea Monsters perform a number.
|The Sigmund preview promises the debut of Rip Taylor's|
Sheldon the Sea Genie.
|Creepy puppets part three. Cooooool.|
|Jimmy "The Prince" Osmond with creepy puppets part--I lost count.|
|Creepy, etc. The Electric Mushroom.|
|So much happening here, making so little sense|
(those yellow things are like giant mop heads with lips).
|"Down in front!"|
Seriously, how can that poor girl see anything?
|Creepy puppets part whatever, slightly inappropriate puppets part two.|
|Because things weren't creepy enough--|
bring in the clowns!
|The commercials in the clip include this one, where this kid|
talks very sensibly to mothers about the economic and health
benefits of Kool-Aid for the whole family.