- 1 Appearance of the Dancer
- 2 Background
- 3 Gold Moves
- 4 Appearances in Mashups
- 5 Captions
- 6 Appearances in Playlists
- 7 Trivia
- 8 Gallery
- 9 Videos
- 10 References
- 11 Site Navigation
Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a woman who resembles a 1950s housewife. She is wearing a polka dot pink and white dress with blue ruffles on her sleeve, a blue and white apron, a pair of blue heels, and has pink short hair.
No visible differences are shown, except for the fact that the dancer looks more realistic, and that she is in a slightly lighter hue. Also, her outline has changed from violet to magenta. Her pumps are now blue. Her hair has notably gotten darker.
The routine takes place in front of a light blue animated curtain with many dots and cherries on it, and a red line at its bottom. If you look closely, you can notice that the curtain slightly moves a bit.
Just Dance 3
In this version, the curtain is replaced by a dark blue wall with several mirrors. The cherries are hanging on them and they sway to the beat of the song.
The background is the same from the Just Dance 3 version. However, the cherries now glow every beat, and the background is darker.
There are 2 Gold Moves in this routine, both of which are the same; they are not available in Just Dance:
Both Gold Moves: Swing your right hand down as if to wipe away sweat.
Mashed Potato Time appears in the following Mashup:
Mashed Potato Time appears in Puppet Master Modes. Here are the captions attributed to its dance moves:
- Bake A Cake
- Sweep The Floor
Mashed Potato Time is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance 2019
- The Swingin’ 60s
- Just Dance
Just Dance Now
- All Songs K-R
- Mashed Potato Time is the oldest song in Just Dance.
- Mashed Potato Time is referenced in Land Of 1000 Dances.
- This song references The Lion Sleeps Tonight.
- Just Dance and Just Dance 3 have a lyric error: a line reads "Feel it in your feet now" instead of "Peel it to me now". This was later fixed in the remake.
- From Just Dance 3 onwards, the first time "Potato" is sung, it is misspelled in the lyrics as "Patato".
- In Just Dance Now, the song was mistakenly placed between Party Rock Anthem and Pound The Alarm for a long time; this is because its code name is Potato.
- In Just Dance Now, the first and third time "Hmm" is sung, it is not highlighted.
- Also, when "Peel it to me now" is sung, "now" is not highlighted, despite still being sung.
- Mashed Potato Time is the only song in Just Dance with a difficulty rating and an effort rating of 1.
- In the Just Dance menu icon, the coach’s hair and dress are hot pink, and her apron has hot pink lines on it (instead of white ones).
- The "classifiers" folder in the files of Just Dance has 2 folders for Mashed Potato Time, one labeled "Potato" and another one labeled "Copie de Potato."
- The original version has 26 pictograms, making Mashed Potato Time the routine with the fewest pictograms in the original Just Dance game.
- However, the Just Dance 3 version only has 20 making it the song with the least amount of pictograms in Just Dance 3 and the entire series, thus holding three records.
- The following activities are shown by the pictograms: Vacuuming, holding a baby, cleaning the dishes, cleaning the windows, being tired, cooking, sweating, and peeling potatoes.
- In Just Dance, the apron disappears after the coach throws it away; in later games, it remains visible.
- In Just Dance, the menu shows the title as Mashed Potato Time. However, the banner that appears before starting the routine says It’s Mashed Potato Time.
- The Just Dance Unlimited album coach is done with a white fade in the style of the Just Dance 2014 and Just Dance 2015 album coaches.
- In versions after Just Dance, when the coach throws the apron, it can visibly be seen being stopped by an invisible wall.
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