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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.
Hoop Dee Doo Ice Cream Trick
At the beginning of the Hoop-Dee-Doo song, Dorothy drops a piece of her ice cream on the floor. By the last verse of the first stanza, the ice cream and nearby buckets are gone!
On the Fun on the Farm video, Greg only has one of his overalls straps on.
Cheap flashback: In the flashback where Murray sings Starry Night, the stars twinkle in front of Murray.
Greg plays Murray's Red Starry guitar during the song, "Six Months in a Leaky Boat".
Jeff plays the Hofner bass guitar on the song, "Taba Naba".
In "Haru Ga Kita", Murray plays the acoustic guitar, but the song does not feature guitar music.
Anthony plays drums for the first time on video since Wake Up Jeff back in 1996.
Slim Dusty's signature guitar strap reads Waltzing Matilda, which is a popular Australian anthem.
A "Toot Toot" poster is seen on the door at the Wiggly dressing room.
After Dorothy does her backstage intro for "Romp Bomp a Stomp", the video footage cuts over to Dorothy already on stage holding a bouquet of roses. This is likely because in the actual concert, there was the song "D.O.R.O.T.H.Y. My Favorite Dinosaur" which has been shown in the TV Series, which features Dorothy walking in with the roses.
During the intro for "Hot Potato," there are bubbles floating around on stage. Since the previous song, "Romp Bomp A Stomp" did not involve blowing bubbles, the concert might have included some sort of song involving Henry or some skit involving bubble blowing.
At the beginning of "Bucket of Dew," Murray is to the left of Greg, but when the Wiggles leave the stage, Greg is to the left of Murray.
After "Wiggly Medley", when Officer Beaples joins Anthony is waving goodbye, the front camera shots have Officer Beaples on the stage left side of Anthony, but the rear camera shots all have Officer Beaples on the stage right side of Anthony.
In the shot of the Wiggle Puppets and the Fish Puppets turning around, Paul Field's head appears in the background.
The video footage of "Food, Food, Food, Oh How I Love My Food" is played at faster speed although the song itself is played at normal speed.
Greg plays Murray's Red Starry guitar during the instrumental song, "Let's Have a Ceili".
In the 1998 version, after the John Bradlelum song, after the Wiggles roll down the hill, at the bottom left corner, one of the camera tripod legs is visible.
Bathtime and Toot Toot do not have title cards. Do the Wiggle Groove was labelled as Wiggle Groove on the 1998 version, but was changed to the former on the 1999 version.
At the dentist's office, every time the Wiggles grin, there's a gleam in their teeth and a ting of a triangle.
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