Like Romper Room, Bozo's Circus / The Bozo Show is a franchised show, meaning individual stations could do their own version of the show.
- Boz-Goz: Where Bozo goes to different places in Chicago.
- What is It?: A mysterious antique thing. Some kids would win a prize for guessing the answer correctly at the end of the show. (*)
- Bozo's Grand Prize Game: A game show segment where a contestant has to throw a ping-pong ball to a bucket to win a prize. If the contestant makes it to bucket 6, they won the titular grand prize.
- Bozo's Book of the Week: Bozo shows us a popular kids book. (*)
- Bozo's Hobby Corner: Showing different hobbies and careers.
- Mr. Music Man: With Professor Andy.
- Pets 4U: A pet owner does a show and tell about their pets.
- Bozercise: A workout segment.
- Let's Find Out!: How things are done or made. (*)
- Clown About Town: Where Kookie (and later Rusty) went to places in Chicago. Similar to Boz-Goz.
- Bozo Online: Online question that Bozo would answer.
- Various classic (even by the 1960s) animated shorts, as well as Larry Harmon's animated Bozo series. As well as episodes of The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends.
The (*) indicates segments that were forced onto the show after the E/I laws were passed.
The Bozo Show contains examples of:
- Alliterative Name: Cooky the Cook, Wizzo the Wizard, and Oliver O. Oliver, who starred from 1960 to 1971.
- Christmas Episode: They did a Christmas episode during Christmas of each year and ran some Christmas cartoons (such as Hardrock, Coco, and Joe).
- Confetti Drop: When a contestant hits bucket 6 on Bozo's Grand Prize Game, confetti and balloons poured onto the contestant.
- Consolation Prize: If you missed buckets 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 (the grand prize), you would keep your prize in The Grand Prize Game. If you miss bucket 1 though, you keep on going until the ping-pong ball goes to bucket 1.
- Every Episode Ending: The Grand March
- Game Show Host: Bozo hosted a segment called Bozo's Grand Prize Game.
- Long-Runners: It lasted 40 years.
- Non-Ironic Clown: Gee, I wonder which character fits this trope?
- Punctuated! For! Emphasis!: It's time to play Bozo's (Audience says along) GRAND! PRIZE! GAME!
- Tuckerization: Sandy the Tramp, a hobo clown whose real-life name was Don Sandburg, performed from 1960 to 1969 and later filled in for Cooky when ill during the 1990s.