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"Professor Pumplestickle" by Nick Phoenix & Thomas J. Bergersen is featured on Just Dance 2, Just Dance: Summer Party, Just Dance 3, Just Dance 4 (DLC in all of them except for Summer Party), Just Dance Now, Just Dance Unlimited, and 舞力全开：活力派.
Appearance of the Dancers
The routine consists of a duet of two men with green skin.
P1 is a male magician. He wears a tall blue top hat, yellow glasses, a green and purple blazer with a yellow shirt underneath, dark blue pants, blue striped socks, and red boots. He also holds a sparkling wand.
P2 is a male pumpkin-headed scarecrow. He wears a yellow bodysuit, green shorts with blue suspenders, green grassy anklets, and green and black shoes with short heels.
The dance takes place in a lab with machines and meters, with a curtain, a luminous sign with the title of the song and the Illuminati emblem at the center, and a blue mist.
From Just Dance 4 onwards, the machine looks more detailed, with a big pipe sending water into the center of the machinery. Fire comes out at the sides of the machine, and the curtain has some decorations that light up.
There are 2 Gold Moves on Just Dance 2 and Just Dance: Summer Party, both of which are the same, each starting with P2.
- P2: Spin and move your arms towards P1.
- P1: Same as P2 ,only at the end open your arms in a greeting pose.
There are 3 Gold Moves in the Just Dance 3 version of the routine:Gold Move 1: P1: Put your arms out as shown in the picture; P2: Stand still [Not counted for P2 on Wii]
Gold Move 2: Same as Gold Move 1 but reversed. [Not counted for P1 on Wii]
Gold Moves 3 & 4: Same as Gold Moves 1 & 2 of the Just Dance 2 and Summer Party versions.
Just Dance 4 and onwards
There are 2 Gold Moves in the most recently updated routine; both Gold Moves are the same:
Both Gold Moves: Spin with your arms on each other and take your arms downward.
- Both coaches have an avatar on Just Dance 2014.
- There is a demo version of this routine for Just Dance 3 (Xbox 360 only).
- In the Just Dance 4 store, the names of the artists are abbreviated to N. Pheonix and T. Bergersen.
- P2 later reappears in This is Halloween.
- This song is one of the most commonly recurring songs in the series.
- It is included in a total of five games.
- In Just Dance 3 and Summer Party, the title is misspelled as Professeur Pumplestickle.
- It is misspelled in its code name, too (ProfesseurDLC).
- In the Just Dance Summer Party trailer, the coaches are in front of Maniac’s background and their colour schemes look slightly different.
- In another beta picture, they appear in the actual background but both pictograms have the same colour.
- The P1's avatar has white skin, although the real skin is green.
- All P1's pictograms have a rod on the right hand up until Just Dance 3.
- P1's pants are glitchy because they tend to get a green shade when he moves to the left.
- His glove also turns orange when he raises his hand.
- In Just Dance 4, the first two gold moves from Just Dance 3 were eliminated.
- The coaches look smaller in Just Dance 4, since they were cropped to match the score bars on the top instead of the left and right.
- This is the oldest song to be in three games as a DLC in row.
- In Just Dance Unlimited, the amount of pictograms is reduced.
- Many pictograms have names referencing Harry Potter.
- In 舞力全开：活力派, the artists are credited as 尼克・菲尼克斯与托马斯・贝格森: this translation alters their surnames as "Phillips" (instead of "Phoenix") and "Bergson" (instead of "Bergersen").
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