Pizza Party with Skipper, Courtney, and Kevin at Pizza Hut

After an 18-month hiatus, the Pizza Party is finally back on! And what better place to have it than Pizza Hut? Today, we gather to celebrate with Skipper, Courtney, and Kevin, our three beloved dolls who bring so much joy and laughter into our lives.

Skipper: The Special-Head Mold Doll

One of the highlights of this party is the presence of Pizza Party Skipper, a unique doll with her own special head mold. This mold is not commonly used, but I happen to love it. The sculpt of Skipper’s face captures her mischievous and playful nature perfectly. She has those adorable dimples and twinkling eyes that instantly bring a smile to your face.

Courtney: Best Friend Forever

Alongside Skipper is Pizza Party Courtney, her best friend and constant companion. Courtney’s optimistic and bubbly personality complements Skipper’s mischievous charm. Together, they make the perfect pair, always ready to embark on a new adventure or solve a mystery.

Kevin: The Boy Friend

Kevin, our boy friend, rounds out the trio. With his kind and caring nature, Pizza Party Kevin brings a sense of stability and warmth to our little doll world. Whether it’s sharing a pizza slice or lending a helping hand, he is always there to support Pizza Party Skipper and Courtney.

Pizza Party at Pizza Hut

And now, the moment we have all been waiting for – the party at Pizza Hut! The smell of freshly baked pizzas fills the air, and the sound of laughter echoes throughout the restaurant. Skipper, Courtney, and Kevin, dressed in their casual attire, are eagerly anticipating the arrival of their delicious feast.

As the waiter brings over the pizzas, our dolls’ eyes light up with excitement. They take turns choosing the toppings, each creating a unique pizza that reflects their own preferences. From classic pepperoni and cheese to more adventurous combinations like Hawaiian and vegetarian, there is no shortage of choices for everyone to enjoy.

While they eat their pizzas, our dolls engage in lively conversations, sharing hilarious anecdotes about their adventures and secrets. They reminisce about the times they have spent together, creating memories that will last a lifetime.

Pizza Party Skipper and her friends from the 1990s

Memories of the 90s

In addition to pizza, Pizza Hut also offers a variety of sides and desserts, allowing our dolls to satisfy their cravings for more than just savory pies. They indulge in cheesy garlic bread, garden salads, and delectable chocolate sundaes, creating a feast fit for royalty.

As the night comes to a close, our dolls’ energy levels reach an all-time high. They dance to the infectious tunes of the jukebox, creating their own mini disco on the floor. The laughter continues, and it is clear that this pizza party has exceeded all expectations.

So, as we gather our dolls and bid farewell to Pizza Hut, we can’t help but feel a sense of gratitude. Their presence in our lives has brought endless joy and laughter, and a party like this is just a small token of our appreciation for them.

In conclusion, the party with Skipper, Courtney, and Kevin at Pizza Hut was nothing short of magical. The combination of their unique personalities, special head molds, and a shared love for pizza made this celebration truly unforgettable. We can’t wait for the next party, where new memories will be created and old ones will be cherished. The next Skipper that awaited the children after Pizza Party Skipper was this one here https://barbie.final-memory.org/teen-skipper-a-journey-of-transformation-and-friendship/ . A Play set was also available for the Pizza Party series which you can see here https://dollyconfessions.wordpress.com/2014/09/02/skipper-highlight-reel-pizza-party-skipper-and-friends/

Skipper and her variety of face molds in the 90s

Have you ever realized that Skipper had in the 1990s more head molds than ever before in her existence? Have you noticed that we not only have one Skipper face but at least 3 different ones in the decade?

In the begin of the decade we only have the big eyes head mold from 1987 which is also known in Germany to as the “Kulleraugen Skipper“, means simply big eyed Skipper. Somehow these eyes remember a lot of collectors to the comic or manga like outward appearance of some Japanese comics.

I don’t want to do any speculations here but maybe this comes from the fact that after having cable TV in Germany and other European countries some broadcasters bought licenses from Japan to show some classic Anim├ęs like Georgie, Lady Oscar and a lot of other series from Japan. I think this hit a nerve back then without realizing it.

I did not question the TV program, just watched back then but I had no idea that the stuff came from Japan. It was mixed with American comic series. The offer to fill a whole afternoon with comics was broad enough. However after 20 – 25 minutes there were breaks for advertising and that’s where Skipper came into the game. We had no chance to escape the ads. We had no chance to recognize that we were trapped in the advertising and always got a little brain wash. They created the wish and we the need to buy it.

It was a thing to talk in school breaks about “Have you seen this and that” advertising? But to come now back to the face molds we only had the big eyed Skipper for a while in Europe. Maybe that’s why she was popular among us little girls? From looking into all my research books I know that the Pizza Party Skipper appeared in the US in 1993 but in Europe she was not sold ( as far as I could find out). I don’t remember having seen her anywhere. The first Skipper I remember is the Phone Fun Skipper. She had this new smile in her face and I admit I was attracted by her. So I asked my mother to buy one. I can’t really remember how I got her but she’s one of the few Skipper dolls I kept from my childhood.

In retrospect I did not realize at the age they were available that this doll could ever be a rarity because she was only used for a few head molds. So that’s sometimes something that you find out much later. Much more often you saw the big eyed Skipper. At the end I think it’s not bad because I think she hit a nerve at least among us Europeans because of the Japanese comics running in TV. In retrospect I also realized that the 90s had a bigger variety of Skipper face molds than any decade before and that’s why I decided to talk about this topic.