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The child Jeff holds is the son of his cousin.
Catch a few blooper outtakes of the intro during the rolling of the credits.
When the credits roll, showing the different families, the last entry is Anthony's family with his newborn daughter, Lucia.
Olive Oil is the Only song that Greg Page and Sam Moran Sing Together
Nick Bufalo answers the shoe phone with an Elvis imitation.
Greg and the kids wear watches for "Tick Tock (All Night Long)." but the other Wiggles and dancers do not. Greg normally does not wear a watch, although he did once for the Wiggly Wiggly Christmas video cover and some of the videos within.
A longer scene where Seamus tells Murray about bread is played during the end credits.
Lucy is a redhead in the Tots videos.
Wiggly Console Games
In the Fly through the Sky video, the Wiggles hold Sony PS2 controllers as they pretend to fly a plane.
Matching Dancers with Names:
This is one of the few times the dancers are introduced by name. The five dancers in this video are Larissa, Ryan, Tamara, Franco, and Lucy.
The other three dancers (Kristy, Caterina, and Katherine) double as Mascots and Wiggly Dancers.
During the rolling of the credits, all the dancers and mascots are presented again by name with two juxtaposed video images. The left one is in street clothes and the right one is in their Wiggly Dancer outfit.
The Wiggles recall how they busted through the wall, and there is a flashback where they blast through Wags the Dog's wall by running through it, but originally they ran through it with their Big Red Car.
The songs from this video were all featured on their Wiggle Bay album.
During "Koala La La", Greg is playing the red acoustic guitar although there's no guitar music.
In the game show, Where's Jeff?, the contestant Murray arrives and immediately states his hobbies: "You know my hobbies are playing the guitar and walking". This is different from the usual routine where the hosts asks the contestant a brief question.
Caption fun: When the Wiggles sing "Taba Naba", the broadcast closed captioning just shows "sings in foreign language" and note symbols.
goof: Murray: Thanks for playing "Wake up Jeff"; we'll see you next time!
The show segment is called Where's Jeff? They didn't bother to correct it on the DVD either.
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