"Theme From T.V."
(Brian Connelly/Reid Diamond/Don Pyle)

Theme from T.V.!

(The Dundrells)

Please fasten your seatbelts.

Thank you.

"You Spin Me Round '86"
(Brian Connelly/Reid Diamond/Don Pyle)

You know, before you came here tonight, we put dance wax on the floor. That's what's happening … that's what's happening to your feet. There's dance wax on the floor. This is called "You Spin Me Round".

That's right!!

"Shadowy Countdown"
(Brian Connelly/Reid Diamond/Don Pyle)

10 … 9 … 8 … 7 … 6 … 5 … 4 … 3 … 2 … 1 … 0 … Wah!

10 … 9 … 8 … 7 … 6 … 5 … 4 … 3 … 2 … 1 … 0 … Countdown!

"Boogie In G"
(Reid Diamond/Reid's friend Bruce)

Wait … it came out?

"Big Baby"
(Brian Connelly/Reid Diamond/Don Pyle/Charles Burns)

[spoken by Charles Burns, who's playing several different characters]

Tony: Hey, Mister, no, up here … what'cha digging for?
Worker: Ah, it's a secret, kid. But, I guess I can tell you. We're diggin' for buried treasure.
Tony: Wow, really? How'd it get in Mr. Pinkster's back yard?
Worker: Eh, it was put there by monsters. Yeah, this is monster treasure.
Tony: Cool, hey! My dad's got a shovel, can I help too?
Worker: Eh, sorry kid, I don't think so.
Mr. Pinkster: Okay, Tony, leave these men alone. They have work to do.
Tony: But … but I wanna help find monster treasure. Can I, Mr. Pinkster, can I please?
Mr. Pinkster: Don't gimme any of your backtalk young man, just climb down from there and let those men get back to work.
Tony: Your name isn't Mr. Pinkster, it's Mr. Stinkster.

narrator: Later, at Tony's house …
Mom: I don't wanna hear another word out of you, just close your mouth and go to sleep.
Tony: Okay, g'night, mom.

narrator: Thirty seconds later …
Tony: Wow, I wonder what kind of treasure monsters would bury. I wish I could … hey, I just saw something moving down there. Geez, it looks like one of those monsters. Mom, Dad, come quick, it's a monster!
Mom: Alright, Tony, what is it this time?
Tony: Ah, there are monsters in Mr. Pinkster's back yard, I'm not kidding.
Mom: There's nothing down there but a hole.
Dad: I think you've been watching a few too many spook shows for your own good.
Tony: But it really was there Dad, really.
Dad: Uh, do you want me to plug in your nightlight?
Tony: Ah, Dad, that's baby stuff!

narrator: One hour later …
Tony: There it is again. But, but it's carrying something. Looks like a man … oh, no, now it's crawling back in the hole. Oh, no, Mom!
Mom: I'm losing my patience with you, young man, if you don't …
Tony: Mom, could you plug in my nightlight? I promise I'll be good and go to sleep.