The Digger Smolkin Medley was the sequence of songs played during Host Segment Four of Experiment #806 - The Undead. Mike, finding Smolkin's voice familiar, realizes that he owns a copy of a vinyl record album that Smolkin had recorded and he plays several selections for the 'bots.
The songs are all covers of popular music, with key words replaced by Smolkin's more macabre vocabulary.
"Send in the Clowns", from the stage musical "A Little Night Music" by Stephen Sondheim
- "Isn't it rat? Aren't we a corpse?
"I Can't Say No", from the stage musical "Oklahoma" by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein
- "I'm just a corpse who can't say filth, I'm in a terrible rat..."
"Seventy-Six Trombones", from the stage musical "The Music Man" by Meredith Wilson
- "Seventy six dead rats in the cemet'ry..."
"Pick A Little, Talk A Little", also from the stage musical "The Music Man" by Meredith Wilson
- "Kill a little, die a little, kill a little, die a little, rot rot, rot, die a lot, kill a little more..."
"Hello Walls", by Willie Nelson (popularized by singer Faron Young)
- "Hello filth, I didn't see ya' standing there..."
"Suite: Judy Blue Eyes", by Stephen Stills, popularized by the group Crosby, Stills, & Nash
- "It's getting to the corpse, and I'm no filth anymore."
"Beethoven's Fifth Symphony", by Ludwig Beethoven
- "Bababa filth.....bababa corpse....bababa filth, bababa corpse, bababa rat, bababa filth, bababa rat, bababa death, bababa death, bababa rat, bababa death, bababa rat, bababa death, rat corpse!.....bababa coffin...."
- "Alas, my love, you do me wrong, To put me off discourteously.
And I have loved you for so long, Delighting in your company.
Greensleeves is what she wore, And Greensleeves was my delight,
Haste, haste to bring her lot, who but my lady fillllltttthhh!"
Reprise of "Send in the Clowns"
- "Isn't it rat? Aren't we a corpse? Losing my coffin this time of the filth...