"Now Museum, Now You Don't" is a cartoon and the main feature. Cosmotchi notices that his museum lacks an exhibit from Earth. He sends the Tamagotchis to Earth to find an exhibit for his museum. The Tamagotchis get into groups, collect objects, and leave behind golden eggs. They partake in human activities, such as golfing and watching TV. When the Tamagotchis return to Tamagotchi Planet, they show Cosmotchi what they found. Masktchi, the only Tamagotchi who didn't have a group, shows Cosmotchi a popsicle stick that a kind human gave him to cheer him up. Cosmotchi uses Masktchi's popsicle stick for the museum because it shows the selflessness of humans.
"What's a Tamagotchi?" is a music video about the characters featured in the first segment. It's about 4 minutes long.
"How to Draw Tamagotchi" is a segment where Dan and his Hand Puppet friend Handy Warhol teach viewers how to draw Tamagotchi characters. Dan gives the viewers an easy step-by-step art lesson. Handy Warhol helps Dan and makes his own unique drawings.
Tamagotchi Video Adventures might be a Poorly Disguised Pilot. The cartoon has the title Tamagotchi Toons, suggesting they were planning to make more than one "toon", and it even has an Episode Title Card. Ultimately, it was just one rare VHS that was never popular.
Tamagotchi Video Adventures provides examples of:
- Aliens Speaking English: Cosmotchi, thanks to the translator. However, we do get some Gratuitous English from some of the other Tamagotchis.
- Alliterative Title: Tamagotchi Toons.
- Breaking the Fourth Wall: At the beginning of the animated segment, Mimitchi appears, notices the viewers from across the screen, and recognizes they don't understand what Cosmotchi is saying, as he brings out a translation machine to translate his speech into English.
- Canon Foreigner: Cosmotchi is entirely unique to this VHS. He never appears in any Japanese material.
- A Dog Named "Dog": Close enough. A hand named Handy.
- Episode Title Card: It has one, despite not needing one.
- Exactly What It Says on the Tin: Guess what "How to Draw Tamagotchi" is about.
- Failed Pilot Episode: It's pretty clearly one for a show called Tamagotchi Toons that never got picked up. It even has an Episode Title Card.
- Hand Puppet: Handy Warhol is a hand puppet.
- Line Boil: The animation style used here utilizes line boils.
- The Man in the Moon: When the Tamagotchi travel through outer space in a spaceship, they pass by the moon, which is shown to have a face for whatever unexplained reason.
- Never Trust a Title: The "s" in Tamagotchi Toons suggests there's more than one "toon". However, there's only one episode.
- One-Shot Character: This is the only time Cosmotchi and Handy Warhol appear.
- Pun-Based Title: The title of the animated segment, "Now Museum, Now You Don't", is a pun on the phrase "now you see it, now you don't".
- Questioning Title?: The song "What's a Tamagotchi?"
- Mimitchi and Pochitchi go inside a television and play the roles of Ren and Stimpy, respectively.Mimitchi: YOU EEDIOT!Cosmotchi: Fascinating! Yet disturbing, somehow.
- Handy Warhol is a reference to Andy Warhol.
- Mametchi's contribution to the museum is a glove from the planet Vulcan. The glove is even shown making the Vulcan hand salute.
- Mimitchi and Pochitchi go inside a television and play the roles of Ren and Stimpy, respectively.
- Tagline: "Enjoy the video based on the original virtual reality pet!"
- Theme Tune Roll Call: "What's a Tamagotchi?", which can be considered a theme song of sorts, introduces the characters and describes their personalities.
- Translator Microbes: The cartoon starts with the Tamagotchis speaking an alien language before Mimitchi turns on a translation machine.