History Main / ChristmasEpisode

24th Sep '16 1:40:18 PM nombretomado
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In Britain, a more recent variation is a specially recorded Christmas day message on ChannelFour which is then run in competition to the Queen's televised Christmas message (recent years have seen announcements from [[Series/DaAliGShow Ali G]] and [[TheSimpsons Marge Simpson]]). However, since this is breaking the FourthWall, it is not typically part of an actual story.

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In Britain, a more recent variation is a specially recorded Christmas day message on ChannelFour Creator/Channel4 which is then run in competition to the Queen's televised Christmas message (recent years have seen announcements from [[Series/DaAliGShow Ali G]] and [[TheSimpsons Marge Simpson]]). However, since this is breaking the FourthWall, it is not typically part of an actual story.
3rd Sep '16 2:38:19 PM AHI-3000
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheBoondocks'' episode "[[Recap/TheBoondocksS1E7AHueyFreemanChristmas A Huey Freeman Christmas]]".
20th Aug '16 10:39:35 AM MagnusForce
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* ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'' had "The Gift".

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* ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'' had "The Gift".Gift" and "The Gift II: The Giftening", where Wander and Sylvia travel around the galaxy to give presents to everyone they had encounter in their travels, including Lord Hater. When they get to Hater's ship, Hater and Peepers find all their Watchdogs turning into happy zombies from Wander's gift giving.



* ''WesternAnimation/CampLazlo'' "Kamp Kringle."

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* ''WesternAnimation/CampLazlo'' had "Kamp Kringle."Kringle" where Santa comes to Camp Kidney for a permanent vacation, so the Bean Scouts have to convince him to get back to work.



* ''WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends'' "A Lost Clause"

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* ''WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends'' ''WesternAnimation/FostersHomeForImaginaryFriends'': "A Lost Clause"Claus", where Mac loses his belief in Santa Claus when he finds out that every Christmas, kids create hundreds of Santa Claus imaginary friends



* The short-lived ''WesternAnimation/EvilConCarne'' has "Christmas Con Carne" which saw Hector trying to ruin the holidays for everyone with only one of Santa's reindeer left to save the day.

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* ** The short-lived spinoff ''WesternAnimation/EvilConCarne'' has "Christmas Con Carne" which saw Hector trying to ruin the holidays for everyone with only one of Santa's reindeer left to save the day.



* ''WesternAnimation/BobsBurgers'' has had two Christmas episodes - Season 3 has them take in a deranged man living in a storage unit who loves a mannequin, and Season 4 has them spending Christmas in the car when they're terrorized by an antagonized truck driver.

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* ''WesternAnimation/BobsBurgers'' has had two Christmas episodes - Season 3 has them take in a deranged man living in a storage unit who loves a mannequin, and Season 4 has them spending Christmas in the car when they're terrorized by an antagonized truck driver. They've had a few more since.
1st Aug '16 3:47:50 PM nombretomado
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* TheDCU and MarvelUniverse Holiday Specials, featuring Christmas with various superheroes.

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* TheDCU Franchise/TheDCU and MarvelUniverse Franchise/MarvelUniverse Holiday Specials, featuring Christmas with various superheroes.
1st Aug '16 2:45:43 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''Series/TheMonkees'' has "The Christmas Show", featuring the kid who played [[TheMunsters Eddie Munster]].

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* ''Series/TheMonkees'' has "The Christmas Show", featuring the kid who played [[TheMunsters [[Series/TheMunsters Eddie Munster]].
28th Jul '16 9:41:32 AM Willbyr
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* ''TokyoMewMew'' had a two-parter with a Mew Aqua time bomb on top of the giant city Christmas tree. It also inserted foreshadowing for an event in the GrandFinale that also happened in the manga, but there, went unexplained.

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* ''TokyoMewMew'' ''Manga/TokyoMewMew'' had a two-parter with a Mew Aqua time bomb on top of the giant city Christmas tree. It also inserted foreshadowing for an event in the GrandFinale that also happened in the manga, but there, went unexplained.
17th Jul '16 4:02:25 PM StFan
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During the 1980s and 90s, British Christmas specials usually took place in some decidedly un-Christmassy part of the world such as Florida (''OnlyFoolsAndHorses'') or Majorca (''BirdsOfAFeather''). This has proven unpopular in recent years.

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During the 1980s and 90s, British Christmas specials usually took place in some decidedly un-Christmassy part of the world such as Florida (''OnlyFoolsAndHorses'') (''Series/OnlyFoolsAndHorses'') or Majorca (''BirdsOfAFeather'').(''Series/BirdsOfAFeather''). This has proven unpopular in recent years.






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* A ''GreenLantern'' storyline had Larfleeze (an Orange Lantern who represents avarice) discovering Christmas and attempting to celebrate it. HilarityEnsues. It ends with a bit of a TearJerker, however...

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* A ''GreenLantern'' ''ComicBook/GreenLantern'' storyline had Larfleeze (an Orange Lantern who represents avarice) discovering Christmas and attempting to celebrate it. HilarityEnsues. It ends with a bit of a TearJerker, however...



* ''[[FanFic/JusticeLeagueOfEquestria Mare Of Steel]]'' had a side story that acted as a Christmas Episode; Rainbow suits up and finds a ship caught in the middle of a storm. She destroys the storm, and then carries the ship into port, all so a father doesn't have to break his promise to his daughter that he'd be home for Hearth's Warming.

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* ''[[FanFic/JusticeLeagueOfEquestria Mare Of of Steel]]'' had a side story that acted as a Christmas Episode; Rainbow suits up and finds a ship caught in the middle of a storm. She destroys the storm, and then carries the ship into port, all so a father doesn't have to break his promise to his daughter that he'd be home for Hearth's Warming.



* ''FanFic/ChristmasWithACorduroy'': Dipper and Mabel invite Wendy over for Christmas. Having done Apocalypse training with her family as a holiday tradition, Wendy has to adapt to having a traditional Christmas, while dealing with the twins' overprotective mother.

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* ''FanFic/ChristmasWithACorduroy'': ''Fanfic/ChristmasWithACorduroy'': Dipper and Mabel invite Wendy over for Christmas. Having done Apocalypse training with her family as a holiday tradition, Wendy has to adapt to having a traditional Christmas, while dealing with the twins' overprotective mother. mother.
* ''The [=DysFUNctional=] Christmas'' is a Christmas spin-off for ''Fanfic/TheDysFUNctionalPirates'', complete with parodies of Christmas movies and specials, all of the randomness of ''The [=DysFUNctional=] Pirates}}'', and at least one reference to ''Film/{{Inception}}'' in every chapter.
* ''WebVideo/ImAMarvelAndImADC'' has "Twas the Dark Knight Before Christmas".
* ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged'' turned ''Anime/TheTreeOfMight'' into this: the whole plot started because Krillin wished for the perfect Christmas tree and Turles is basically what would happen if the Grinch was a Saiyan.
-->'''Opening theme:''' Jingle bell, jingle bell, jingle bell [[LastSecondWordSwap ROCK THE DRAGON, DRAGON BALL Z!]]



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* ''Film/LoveFindsAndyHardy'', the fourth film in the 16-film Film/AndyHardy series, finds Andy and his family at Christmas time. Andy is worried about getting a date for the big Christmas dance after his steady girlfriend Polly leaves town to spend the holidays with family elsewhere.

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* ''Film/LoveFindsAndyHardy'', the fourth film in the 16-film Film/AndyHardy ''Film/AndyHardy'' series, finds Andy and his family at Christmas time. Andy is worried about getting a date for the big Christmas dance after his steady girlfriend Polly leaves town to spend the holidays with family elsewhere.



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* ''Series/ICarly'': The [[SarcasmMode imaginatively named]] ''iChristmas''. Complete with ''ItsAWonderfulLife''-based plot and ShoutOut to ''{{Peanuts}}''.
* ''TheRoyleFamily'' had a Christmas Episode after its second season which saw Denise giving birth prematurely. The series finished with its next Christmas Episode, though it did come back for a one-off (non-seasonal) special episode six years later and a seasonal one in 2008.

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* ''Series/ICarly'': The [[SarcasmMode imaginatively named]] ''iChristmas''. "iChristmas". Complete with ''ItsAWonderfulLife''-based ''Film/ItsAWonderfulLife''-based plot and ShoutOut to ''{{Peanuts}}''.
''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}''.
* ''TheRoyleFamily'' had ''Series/TheRoyleFamily'' has a Christmas Episode after its second season which saw Denise giving birth prematurely. The series finished with its next Christmas Episode, though it did come back for a one-off (non-seasonal) special episode six years later and a seasonal one in 2008.



* For three years (1995-1997), ''OneFootInTheGrave'' became a series of nothing ''but'' Christmas Episodes. A concluding series was broadcast in 2000.
* Like ''OneFootInTheGrave'', there was a period when ''OnlyFoolsAndHorses'' consisted entirely of Christmas Episodes, in this case between 1991 and 1996 (with a three-parter intended to be the finale). The series later had three more Christmas Episodes from 2001 to 2003.

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* For three years (1995-1997), ''OneFootInTheGrave'' ''Series/OneFootInTheGrave'' became a series of nothing ''but'' Christmas Episodes. A concluding series was broadcast in 2000.
* Like ''OneFootInTheGrave'', the above, there was a period when ''OnlyFoolsAndHorses'' ''Series/OnlyFoolsAndHorses'' consisted entirely of Christmas Episodes, in this case between 1991 and 1996 (with a three-parter intended to be the finale). The series later had three more Christmas Episodes from 2001 to 2003.



* ''SuperSentai'', PR's parent shows, does Christmas episodes far more frequently due to the difference in airing dates. Both franchises tend towards AnAssKickingChristmas.
* ''ThomasTheTankEngine'' has had a Christmas episode in nearly each of its seasons.
** The US dub of Series 3's Christmas Episode was turned into a ThanksgivingEpisode.

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* ''SuperSentai'', ''Franchise/SuperSentai'', PR's parent shows, does Christmas episodes far more frequently due to the difference in airing dates. Both franchises tend towards AnAssKickingChristmas.
* ''ThomasTheTankEngine'' has had a Christmas episode in nearly each of its seasons.
** The US dub of Series 3's Christmas Episode was turned into a ThanksgivingEpisode.
AnAssKickingChristmas.



* ''TopGear'''s overseas specials tend to be {{Christmas Episode}}s.

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* ''TopGear'''s ''Series/TopGear'''s overseas specials tend to be {{Christmas Episode}}s.



* ''{{Reba}}'' has one of these.

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* ''{{Reba}}'' %%* ''Series/{{Reba}}'' has one of these.



* ''TheDickVanDykeShow'' had a classic episode where the Alan Brady Show writers all performed on a holiday variety show.

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* ''TheDickVanDykeShow'' ''Series/TheDickVanDykeShow'' had a classic episode where the Alan Brady Show writers all performed on a holiday variety show.



* An early ''GreenAcres'' episode has Oliver anxious for an old-fashioned Christmas in his new country home - he finds that 'traditional' in Hooterville means (literal) AluminumChristmasTrees.
* ''RutlandWeekendTelevision'' had a Christmas show where guest star George Harrison was determined to play a pirate, although there was no pirate sketch in the schedule.
* Lampshaded in the title of an episode of ''TheWeirdAlShow'' named "The Obligatory Holiday Episode", though the episode was about the characters celebrating all holidays at once, not just Christmas.

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* An early ''GreenAcres'' ''Series/GreenAcres'' episode has Oliver anxious for an old-fashioned Christmas in his new country home - he finds that 'traditional' in Hooterville means (literal) AluminumChristmasTrees.
* ''RutlandWeekendTelevision'' ''Series/RutlandWeekendTelevision'' had a Christmas show where guest star George Harrison was determined to play a pirate, although there was no pirate sketch in the schedule.
* Lampshaded in the title of an episode of ''TheWeirdAlShow'' ''Series/TheWeirdAlShow'' named "The Obligatory Holiday Episode", though the episode was about the characters celebrating all holidays at once, not just Christmas.



* RaisingHope: "Toy Story".

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* RaisingHope: %%* Series/RaisingHope: "Toy Story".



** Season 3 parodied ''Series/{{Glee}}'' with the study group getting assimilated one by one into the Christmas pageant - they end the show watching the JustForFun/InspectorSpacetime Christmas special.

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** Season 3 parodied ''Series/{{Glee}}'' with the study group getting assimilated one by one into the Christmas pageant - -- they end the show watching the JustForFun/InspectorSpacetime ''JustForFun/InspectorSpacetime'' Christmas special.



* ''TheVicarOfDibley'', being set in a church, naturally had a few. These were originally major parts of the show's continuity, as Alice [[AwayInAManger gave birth to her baby as part of the nativity scene]]. Once the show ended, the actors would get together again every year to do a special ChristmasEpisode for charity.

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* ''TheVicarOfDibley'', ''Series/TheVicarOfDibley'', being set in a church, naturally had a few. These were originally major parts of the show's continuity, as Alice [[AwayInAManger gave birth to her baby as part of the nativity scene]]. Once the show ended, the actors would get together again every year to do a special ChristmasEpisode for charity.



* ''TalkinBoutYourGeneration'' had one that aired on Christmas Eve and was (what else?) Christmas-themed.

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* ''TalkinBoutYourGeneration'' ''Series/TalkinBoutYourGeneration'' had one that aired on Christmas Eve and was (what else?) Christmas-themed.



* ''Series/MarriedWithChildren'' did the "[[ItsAWonderfulPlot It's a Bundyful Life]]" thing, with Creator/SamKinison as Al's guardian angel.
** Additionally, there was "You Better Watch Out" (with a parachuting Mall Santa falling to his death in the Bundys' backyard), "Christmas" (Al working multiple jobs to buy gifts), "The Worst Noel", and "God Help Ye Merry Bundymen".

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* ''Series/MarriedWithChildren'' ''Series/MarriedWithChildren'':
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did the "[[ItsAWonderfulPlot It's a Bundyful Life]]" thing, with Creator/SamKinison as Al's guardian angel.
** Additionally, there was is "You Better Watch Out" (with a parachuting Mall Santa falling to his death in the Bundys' backyard), "Christmas" (Al working multiple jobs to buy gifts), "The Worst Noel", and "God Help Ye Merry Bundymen".



* Given its somewhat elastic definitions of history, ''Series/XenaWarriorPrincess'' has what may be the only live-action Christmas episode in which the word "Christmas" is never mentioned (for obvious reasons) - "A Solstice Carol."

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* Given its somewhat elastic definitions of history, ''Series/XenaWarriorPrincess'' has what may be the only live-action Christmas episode in which the word "Christmas" is never mentioned (for obvious reasons) - -- "A Solstice Carol."Carol".



* "During the course of its series' run, ''TheDukesOfHazzard'' was on the air for six consecutive Decembers. However, "The Great Santa Clause Chase" was the series' only holiday-themed show." (David Hofstede, in the unofficial companion book for the series)

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* "During the course of its series' run, ''TheDukesOfHazzard'' ''Series/TheDukesOfHazzard'' was on the air for six consecutive Decembers. However, "The Great Santa Clause Chase" was the series' only holiday-themed show." (David Hofstede, in the unofficial companion book for the series)



* "[[Series/FraggleRock The Bells Of Fraggle Rock]]"



* Episode #115 of ''TakeshisCastle'' was this, especially in the Comedy skits of said episode.
* ''Series/{{How I Met Your Mother}}'' has 3 Christmas episodes.

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* Episode #115 of ''TakeshisCastle'' was ''Series/TakeshisCastle'' is this, especially in the Comedy skits of said episode.
* ''Series/{{How I Met Your Mother}}'' ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'' has 3 Christmas episodes.



* ''PunkyBrewster'' had two. "Yes, Punky, There Is A Santa Claus" had Henry dressed as Santa, and Punky (who doesn't know it's him) asks for her mother for Christmas. In first-run syndication, "Christmas Thief" had Punky goaded into shoplifting a scarf.

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* ''PunkyBrewster'' ''Series/PunkyBrewster'' had two. "Yes, Punky, There Is A Santa Claus" had Henry dressed as Santa, and Punky (who doesn't know it's him) asks for her mother for Christmas. In first-run syndication, "Christmas Thief" had Punky goaded into shoplifting a scarf.



* {{Series/Schillerstrasse}} has one where Christmas is celebrated two days in advance because everyone's going to celebrate it with their families.

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* {{Series/Schillerstrasse}} ''Series/{{Schillerstrasse}}'' has one where Christmas is celebrated two days in advance because everyone's going to celebrate it with their families.



* ''Series/BarneyAndFriends'' has had two one hour specials. The first was ''Barney's Night Before Christmas'' in 2000 and the second was 2002's ''Barney's Christmas Star''.
* ''Series/SesameStreet'' has had a few Christmas specials during its run. The earliest was the prime time special ''Christmas Eve on Sesame Street'' in 1978. There was also the commercial broadcast special ''A Special Sesame Street Christmas'' in that same year. 1996 had ''Elmo Saves Christmas'' and 2007 had the commercial special ''Elmo's Christmas Countdown''.






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* An ongoing theme of SHINE end of year shows starting ar 23, where Mia Yim wore red and green, Leva Bates [[Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy was red and green]], Wrestling/{{Daffney|Unger}} was a reindeer.[[/folder]]

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* An ongoing theme of SHINE end of year shows starting ar 23, where Mia Yim wore red and green, Leva Bates [[Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy was red and green]], Wrestling/{{Daffney|Unger}} was a reindeer.reindeer.
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%%* ''Series/FraggleRock'': "The Bells Of Fraggle Rock"
* ''Series/BarneyAndFriends'' has had two one hour specials. The first was ''Barney's Night Before Christmas'' in 2000 and the second was 2002's ''Barney's Christmas Star''.
* ''Series/SesameStreet'' has had a few Christmas specials during its run. The earliest was the prime time special ''Christmas Eve on Sesame Street'' in 1978. There was also the commercial broadcast special ''A Special Sesame Street Christmas'' in that same year. 1996 had ''Elmo Saves Christmas'' and 2007 had the commercial special ''Elmo's Christmas Countdown''.
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* [[IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming Fit the Seventh]] of [[Radio/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy ''The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy'']] was commissioned by the BBC as one of these, but ended up having absolutely nothing to do with Christmas as Creator/DouglasAdams simply couldn't think of an idea. (Seeing as it was still advertised as a Christmas special, this may well be a subversion.) It was, instead, used as a way of tying the first two phases together--and, as a result, which one it's actually attached to is rather vague. The LP and CD of the Secondary Phase opens with Fit the Seventh, clearing up the confusion.

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* [[IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming Fit the Seventh]] of [[Radio/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy ''The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy'']] ''Radio/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy'' was commissioned by the BBC as one of these, but ended up having absolutely nothing to do with Christmas as Creator/DouglasAdams simply couldn't think of an idea. (Seeing as it was still advertised as a Christmas special, this may well be a subversion.) It was, instead, used as a way of tying the first two phases together--and, together -- and, as a result, which one it's actually attached to is rather vague. The LP and CD of the Secondary Phase opens with Fit the Seventh, clearing up the confusion.



** This was a continuation of the annual ''Radio/ImSorryIllReadThatAgain'' panto, which ran slightly longer than ISIRTA itself.
* ''TheBurkissWay'' had three episodes over its run that were broadcast around Christmas and could be considered Christmas episodes:

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** * This was a continuation of the annual ''Radio/ImSorryIllReadThatAgain'' panto, which ran slightly longer than ISIRTA itself.
* ''TheBurkissWay'' ''Radio/TheBurkissWay'' had three episodes over its run that were broadcast around Christmas and could be considered Christmas episodes:



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* ''WebAnimation/MyJungleBookYourYear'' has "A Very Furi Christmas".
* ''WebAnimation/{{Eddsworld}}'': Edd, Matt, Tom and Tord (until 2008) had almost an Eddsworld Christmas Special or a Zanta Claws every year. Also the short "Xmas Day" and "Snowgre".
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* ''TheAnnoyingOrange'' has at least one Christmas video every year:

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* ''TheAnnoyingOrange'' ''WebVideo/TheAnnoyingOrange'' has at least one Christmas video every year:



* ''The DysFUNctional Christmas'' is a Christmas spin-off for ''{{The DysFUNctional Pirates}}'', complete with parodies of Christmas movies and specials, all of the randomness of ''{{The DysFUNctional Pirates}}'', and at least one reference to ''Film/{{Inception}}'' in every chapter.
* ''WebVideo/ImAMarvelAndImADC'' has "Twas the Dark Knight Before Christmas".
* The first season of ''WebVideo/{{lonelygirl15}}'' had one, "Christmas Surprise."

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* ''The DysFUNctional Christmas'' is a Christmas spin-off for ''{{The DysFUNctional Pirates}}'', complete with parodies of Christmas movies and specials, all of the randomness of ''{{The DysFUNctional Pirates}}'', and at least one reference to ''Film/{{Inception}}'' in every chapter.
* ''WebVideo/ImAMarvelAndImADC'' has "Twas the Dark Knight Before Christmas".
* The first season of ''WebVideo/{{lonelygirl15}}'' ''WebVideo/Lonelygirl15'' had one, "Christmas Surprise."



* A side story of ''TrintonChronicles'' featured Christmas themes (although it is called [[CallARabbitASmeerp Yule]]) and took place both in the [[TimeTravel past and present]] of the story. The current story takes place during the actual month of December and features decorations and the similar themes of Christmas.
* The ''WhateleyUniverse'' did a whole series of Christmas stories, all for Christmas 2006 (when the stories take place). A couple of them even came out at Christmas time, one year or another.

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* A side story of ''TrintonChronicles'' ''Literature/TrintonChronicles'' featured Christmas themes (although it is called [[CallARabbitASmeerp Yule]]) and took place both in the [[TimeTravel past and present]] of the story. The current story takes place during the actual month of December and features decorations and the similar themes of Christmas.
* The ''WhateleyUniverse'' ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'' did a whole series of Christmas stories, all for Christmas 2006 (when the stories take place). A couple of them even came out at Christmas time, one year or another.



* ''MyJungleBookYourYear'' has "A Very Furi Christmas".



-->'''Quinn''': Christ, this is depressing. And I'm Irish! I'm going to watch ''Angela's Ashes'' so I can remember what it feels like to laugh again.
* ''WebAnimation/{{Eddsworld}}'': Edd, Matt, Tom and Tord (until 2008) had almost an Eddsworld Christmas Special or a Zanta Claws every year. Also the short "Xmas Day" and "Snowgre".

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-->'''Quinn''': -->'''Quinn:''' Christ, this is depressing. And I'm Irish! I'm going to watch ''Angela's Ashes'' so I can remember what it feels like to laugh again.
* ''WebAnimation/{{Eddsworld}}'': Edd, Matt, Tom and Tord (until 2008) had almost an Eddsworld Christmas Special or a Zanta Claws every year. Also the short "Xmas Day" and "Snowgre".
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* ''CarmillaTheSeries'' has [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The Christmas Special]], where Laura, Carmilla, Perry, and [=LaFontaine=] find themselves trapped in a diner with a woman who keeps trying to feed them cookies. [[spoiler: [[HanselAndGretel She's a cannibal.]]]]
* ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged'' turned ''Anime/TheTreeOfMight'' into this: the whole plot started because Krillin wished for the perfect Christmas tree and Turles is basically what would happen if the Grinch was a Saiyan.
-->'''Opening theme:''' Jingle bell, jingle bell, jingle bell [[LastSecondWordSwap ROCK THE DRAGON, DRAGON BALL Z!]]

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* ''CarmillaTheSeries'' ''WebVideo/CarmillaTheSeries'' has [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The Christmas Special]], where Laura, Carmilla, Perry, and [=LaFontaine=] find themselves trapped in a diner with a woman who keeps trying to feed them cookies. [[spoiler: [[HanselAndGretel She's a cannibal.]]]]
* ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged'' turned ''Anime/TheTreeOfMight'' into this: the whole plot started because Krillin wished for the perfect Christmas tree and Turles is basically what would happen if the Grinch was a Saiyan.
-->'''Opening theme:''' Jingle bell, jingle bell, jingle bell [[LastSecondWordSwap ROCK THE DRAGON, DRAGON BALL Z!]]
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* ''WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine'' has had a Christmas episode in nearly each of its seasons. The US dub of Series 3's Christmas Episode was turned into a ThanksgivingEpisode.



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** Season 4: "The Grimm who Stole Christmas" has the Mediteranian [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kallikantzaros Kallikantzaros]].

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** Season 4: "The Grimm who Stole Christmas" has the Mediteranian Mediterranean [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kallikantzaros Kallikantzaros]].
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* ''WesternAnimation/KateAndMimMim'' has "A Christmas Wish," in which Kate wishes for her father to be home in time for Christmas.
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* ''Spirit of the Season'' is a Christmas and Hanukkah-themed supplement for ''SpiritOfTheCentury,'' featuring pulp-adventure versions of Santa Claus, his reindeer (actually humans in this case), and a handful of Jewish allies as ready-made {{Player Character}}s.

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* ''Spirit of the Season'' is a Christmas and Hanukkah-themed supplement for ''SpiritOfTheCentury,'' ''TabletopGame/SpiritOfTheCentury,'' featuring pulp-adventure versions of Santa Claus, his reindeer (actually humans in this case), and a handful of Jewish allies as ready-made {{Player Character}}s.
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