Mayor May-Who: Cindy, I hope you're proud of what you've done.''
(cut to Cindy looking sad)
Lou: If she's not, I am. I'm glad he took all the presents
Mayor May-Who: Heís glad, youíre glad. Youíre glad everything is-is gone, youíre glad that the Grinch virtually wrecked- no, no, no, no not wrecked, pulverized Christmas. Is that what Iím hearing from you, Lou?Ē
Lou: You canít hurt Christmas, Mr. Mayor, because it isnít about the-the gifts or the contests or the fancy lights. That-thatís what Cindyís been trying to tell everyone. And me, sheís been trying to tell me.
Mayor May-Who: What is wrong with you? This is a child!Ē
Lou: Sheís my child. And she happens to be right, by the way. I donít need anything more for Christmas than this right here, my family. Merry Christmas everybody!
- This causes those nog-socking cheer-loving mongers to realize it's Christmas with or without their packages.