1. As Sonny sings "Nobody Knows the Trouble
I've Seen" at the piano, Ken comes up to him, claiming to know all
about his troubled past.
2. Sonny and Cher open the show with "Joy To
the World" and banter about Sonny's Italian background.
3. Cher sings "Greensleeves" in a comedy
blackout as Sonny and Ken each take one of her hands and walk
4. Ken is featured in a musical production
number of "All I Need Is the Girl."
5. Ken gets vocally carried away as he and
Cher watch the film Love Story.
6. Sonny mimes a recording of Jim Nabors
singing "Gonna Build a Mountain" as two mountain climbers struggle
to get up to him.
7. Cher sings "It Had To Be You."
8. Ken is featured in a repetitive vaudeville
routine about tap dancers whose top hats are taken by the previous
9. Cher attempts to show Sonny what it is
that he does best.
10. Sonny and Cher perform a medley of "I
Believe In Music" and "Put Your Hand In the Hand."
11. Sonny, dressed as German composer Ludwig
van Beethoven, interrupts Cher as she's trying to have an intimate
moment with the audience.
12. Cher sings "Mountain Greenery", followed
by "Big Yellow Taxi" (animated by John Wilson).
13. Sonny, still dressed as Beethoven, has
his big chance in the spotlight, singing "Mammy."
14. "The Cultural Spot" -- Ken is cast as the
owner of The New York Times, hoping to get a sensational story by
printing tips from Sonny and Cher, in a comic opera takeoff on the
Pentagon papers inbroglio (set to Gilbert and Sullivan's H.M.S.
15. Sonny and Cher close the show with "I Got