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her home life culminating in the production number, Everyday of the Week is a Saturday. After a few more one-liners, Father Virgil and Sister Leo perform A Good Book which to everyone's amusement turns out to be a salute to TV Guide. Then...great news...Sister Amnesia's album is on the Billboard charts! The cast gives thanks with Praise to the Lord. Amnesia is so happy she says she would marry the record producer, but the others inform her that's impossible in You're a Nun. Act One ends with a hilarious finale...a salute to the patron Saint of Nursing, Saint Catherine Laboure. ACT TWO Cover to DVD RecordingReprising the title song, cast members go into the audience, trading jokes. A call on Sister Robert Anne's cell phone informs them that Sister Amnesia is up for an award. Sister Wilhelm says she will handle it as Sister Amnesia presents another song from her new album, Dial 411. Sister Robert Anne sings of her childhood in Growing Up in Brooklyn, after which Sr. Wilhelm returns to explain that Sister Amnesia has been asked to come to Nashville for a big ceremony but she must pay for it. Sister Robert Anne thinks she has the answer as she convinces the cast to join her in A Perfect Plot. Sister Wilhelm is appalled at Robert Anne's suggestion. Meanwhile Father Virgil and Sister Leo talk of their life in the Mississippi Delta and Father Virgil performs The Delta Queen. It's time for another word from a sponsor as Sister Leo and Sister Robert Anne sing of Franciscan Fodder. This is followed by a salute to a Grand Ole Opry favourite in Mini-Pearls of Wisdom. Still not knowing if Sister Amnesia can afford a trip, Sister Wilhelm announces the first Catholic Country Auction in which all the audience participates in bidding on items from the Santa Lucia-Pet to an authentic Bible Belt. When Sister Wilhelm is summoned to take a phone call from Reverend Mother, Sister Robert Anne entertains the audience with her rendition of A Cowgirl from Canarsie. In a special tribute, the entire audience joins in the chorus of We Miss You, Patsy Cline. This is followed by the announcement that Reverend Mother has secured funds for Sister Amnesia to go to the ceremony, where it is now known that she will be chosen the most promising new country artist. The cast cheers her and tells her that she will be a star, but in a touching prayer, Everytime You Smiled at Me, vows that she will never leave the convent. In a foot-stomping, hand-clapping finale the cast closes the show with Do Unto Others. - Dan Goggin Musical Numbers 1. Nunsense Jamboree - Company 2. I Could've Gone to Nashville - Sister Amnesia 3. Ascension Air - Sister Robert Anne, Father Virgil 4. Technicolor Woman - Sister Mary Leo 5. Seven A.M. in Phoenix - Sister Wilhelm 6. Play a Country Enut - Sister Robert Anne 7. The Story of Ida Lee - Sister Mary Annette, Father Virgil 8. Everyday of the Week is Saturday - Sister Amnesia 9. A Good Book - Father Virgil, Sister Leo 10. Give Praise to the Lord/You're a Nun - Company 11. The Manger Inn - Sister Amnesia 12. A Tribute to Saint Catherine Laboure 13. Growing up in Brooklyn - Sister Robert Anne 14. The Perfect Plot - Sister Robert Anne, Company 15. The Delta Queen - Father Virgil, Sister Leo 16. Franciscan Fodder - Sister Leo, Sister Robert Anne 17. Mini-Pearls of Wisdom - Sister Leo, Sister Robert Anne 18. A Cowgirl from Canarsie - Sister Robert Anne