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"I've never actually been in a snowball fight. I don't even know the rules. Is there like a point system or is it... to the death?"

Wintertime, fresh snow on the ground, lots of mischievous kids... and plenty of ammunition literally at their feet. Just pack the snow into snowballs and get throwing.

Common in stories featuring children, where it usually ends up being Serious Business. In US shows, fun snowball fights are depicted to show that you are in a clean, wholesome Everytown, America, full of laughing, rosy-cheeked kids. Also may feature as a lighter moment in military stories. Can be used as a winter-themed version of Dodgeball Is Hell.

Putting ice — or rocks — in snowballs, however, can convert it to actually serious (if not deadly) business.

Frequent in Let There Be Snow and Snowed-In. If this is a character's first experience with snow, a cute snowball fight may ensue.

Truth in Television, and a staple of snow days.

Compare Food Fight, or Water Guns and Balloons.


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  • The Energizer Bunny partakes in one in a Holiday 2021 commercial. When the girl who receives him as her present tosses a snowball at his face, he uses his ears like a pair of windshield wipers to wipe the snow off of his sunglasses. The Bunny then tosses a snowball at the camera.

    Anime & Manga 
  • Appears in one episode of Azumanga Daioh. Sakaki manages to catch a snowball in mid-flight and throw it back.
  • Chainsaw Man: Right before the Gun Devil killed his family, Aki lived in Hokkaido and got in a snowball fight with his little brother Taiyo. Taiyo's hands got cold, so Aki told him to go inside and get their baseball gloves right as their house was destroyed. When his body becomes the host for the Gun Devil, what's left of Aki's consciousness sees himself as a child throwing snowballs at the people who are in reality being shot at with his Arm Cannon.
  • A massive one in Heaven's Lost Property between the boys and girls of the school. Tomoki initially has no interest in being out in the cold, but upon being informed that the winning side could do whatever they wished to the losing team for one day, his voice deepens and he acts far more seriously...
  • Mimisaka of Hokenshitsu no Shinigami attempted to start one, only to end up fleeing for his life along with several others...
  • A brief one happens in episode 12 of season 4 in Minami-ke.
  • Episode two of Zoku Natsume Yuujinchou. Nyanko becomes embarrassed when Gen remarks how he and Natsume acted during it.
  • In Potemayo, Kyou, Nene, and Mikan's class get into a classic boys against girls snowball fight after the first snow.... that is until interrupted by Guchuko.
  • Done near the tail end of the funny chapters of Reborn! (2004).
  • One chapter of Sgt. Frog had Keroro and Fuyuki organize a snowball fight using a modified version of official yukigassen rules. Then Giroro and Paul get a little carried away...
  • Sket Dance: In chapter 183 the Sket club and the student council have a snowball fight to decide who gets to clear the snow from the school's grounds. The student council wins (but they get too distracted in their rivalry with the Sket club to do the job).
  • Snow White with the Red Hair: After the stress of the Olin Maris incident Obi and Shirayuki join Krito and some other Lyrias children in a snowfight. Ryuu gets pulled in as well though he's not really certain he wants to and Zen notes that Ryuu's side may have an unfair advantage due to Obi's (an adult ninja) cheerful participation.
  • A rather humourous one done in ×××HOLiC, complete with a snow-machine gun courtesy of Yuuko.
  • In Touhou Bougetsushou Inaba of the Moon & Inaba of the Earth, Reisen fully expects Tewi to put rocks in her snowballs. Tewi says that's not true — she used nails. She also dug Pit Traps, but ended up falling into one herself.
    • In Touhou Ibarakasen ~ Wild and Horned Hermit, Kasen successfully convinces Reimu to celebrate Setsubun by eating beans rather than throwing them. However nobody told Suika, who had agreed to play the Oni for the festival, and is so upset when she finds out that she starts crying. Kasen resolves the situation by saying "Instead of beans, let's drive the Oni off with snowballs!", and everyone present is more than happy to oblige.
  • The Tama-Friends have one in GO-GO Tamagotchi! episode 36, with Mametchi and Lovesoratchi against Memetchi, Kuchipatchi, and Lovelitchi. Kuchipatchi makes a giant snowball and tries to throw it at the opposing team, but is crushed under its weight before he can do so.

    Asian Animation 
  • Happy Heroes: In Season 5 episode 3, a bunch of ice cream is sent flying into the sky in a rocket and falls down, and the Supermen have a snowball fight with it.
  • Pleasant Goat and Big Big Wolf: The goat kids have snowball fights twice in Joys of Seasons episode 48. Both times, one of them accidentally hits Mr. Slowy with a snowball; the first time, he's trying to tell the goats about how no two snowflakes being alike and yells at them for not paying attention, but the second time he's too dismayed by the fact that the identical snowflakes he discovered were just sugar snowflakes made by Wolffy to care.

  • Bill Cosby, on his vintage album Revenge, recalls his childhood attempt to get back at Junior Barnes for hitting him with a slushball - he makes the perfect snowball (complete with Barnes's name on it), stores it in the freezer, and waits until July, having long since befriended Barnes to put him off guard...and then finds his mother had thrown the snowball away. So he goes back outside and spits on him.

    Comic Books 
  • A short Transmetropolitan whatchajigger has Spider engaging in a small Lensman Arms Race with his "filthy assistants". They throw snowballs at him, he pulls out what appears to be an automatic snowball gun. They use a cannon.
  • X-Factor #53, after Jean buys a fur coat, she and Scott take a walk in the part. When Scott isn't looking, Jean telekenetically throws snowballs at him, and he zapps them with his eye beams before playfully tackling Jean.
  • Turns up quite a bit in Archie Comics set during winter.
    • If Dilton Doiley gets involved, expect him to bring in an automatic snow thrower, like the catapult seen in the page image.
    • One story had Veronica fed up with her friends' immature snow-throwing behavior, bonding with Dilton who shares her condescension... until she discovers he's stashed away a freezer full of snowballs, planning ahead for the summer.
  • In a Gaston Lagaffe gag, Gaston stashed some snow inside the hood of his coat to be able to keep lobbing snowballs at his coworkers even while indoors. One of the few occasions where Fantasio seemed more amused than peeved by Gaston's antics.

    Comic Strips 
  • Often occurs in Little Lulu. In most of these, the boys (led by Tubby), attack the girls (led by Lulu) unprovoked, and the girls exact revenge by outwitting the boys.
  • Peanuts had this, being a strip about childhood. In one, Snoopy laments that he was never taught to throw snowballs.
  • Calvin and Hobbes: Snowball fights are Serious Business to Calvin, who takes them to Warrior Poet levels although he usually has nobody to fight with besides Hobbes or a reluctant Susie. During summer, he uses water balloons instead. (Except the time when he saved a snowball in the freezer til July... and missed.)
  • Rose is Rose: Clem often hogs snowballs. Mimi catches on quickly when shown.
  • Garfield and Odie, out for world domination with a snowball catapult.
  • Frazz has Frazz and Caulfield throw them more than once. At one point Caulfield suggests snowball fights could replace wars; Frazz says it would mean they would all speak Finnish.

    Fan Works 
  • The Bolt Chronicles: Bolt, Mittens, and Rhino engage in a big snowball fight in "The Ski Trip." It's the last in a series of transgressions for the three pets, not least because Bolt manages to hit a ski resort security guard in the face with a snowball. They're confined to Penny's hotel room for the rest of the trip as punishment.
  • In Snow Angel, Maria and Shadow have one after seeing snow for the first time.

    Films — Animation 
  • Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs: Flint, who had never been in a snowball fight before, takes to them with gusto during the Ice Cream Snow Day scene.
  • The Land Before Time VIII: The Big Freeze: At their first experience of "white ground sparkles" (snow), the kids get into snowball fights, the ones with hands throwing them, and the ones without finding other ways like dropping the snow from branches, snow sculptures, and so on. Even the grown-ups get in on the fun, with Mr. Threehorn making a large snowball and rolling it down a slope, and up Grandpa Longneck's body and into his face.
  • Rise of the Guardians: Jack Frost's method of choice for everything from helping kids make friends to taking out the Big Bad.
  • Beauty and the Beast: Belle is lucky that the enormous snowball done by the Beast didn't hit her (but him, instead).
  • Frozen:
    • Anna lobs a snowball at the monster conjured by Elsa to drive her and Kristoff away from her. This only makes him mad.
    • In this bumper ad, Anna hits Elsa with a snowball when her back is turned, only to find herself severely outmatched.
  • Little Angels: The Brightest Christmas: While the kids are out sledding, the angels entertain themselves by having a snowball fight, knocking each-other out of the trees in the process.
  • Snowtime! (a remake of the below-mentioned The Dog Who Stopped The War) focuses on a huge snowball fight between the children of a Quebec town during winter break.
  • The Super Mario Bros. Movie: The kingdom of penguins try attacking Bowser and his army with snowballs. It's just about as effective as you'd expect.

    Films — Live-Action 
  • A Christmas Carol (1938) has Bob Cratchit getting into one of these with some neighborhood children and then accidentally hitting his boss Mr. Scrooge, who fires him on the spot.
  • In Elf, Michael starts warming up to Buddy after a snowball fight.
  • Jack Frost (not the killer snowman) gets into a huge one with his son and some school yard bullies.
  • In Jack Frost II (with the killer snowman), there is a charity driven snowball fight where the killer gets involved and he kills the participants in ridiculous ways.
  • The entire plot of The Dog Who Stopped The War centers on a massive, escalating snowball fight.
  • In The Bishop's Wife, a little girl gets allowed into one with some secret divine assistance on her opening toss.
  • Conspiracy (2001): The younger SS soldiers who are guarding the Wannsee compound engage in a snowball fight near the end of the conference, before Eichmann angrily berates them for unprofessional conduct and threatens to send them all to the Russian front.
  • Beauty and the Beast (2017) features one, like the original. Unlike the original, Beast's aim is bang on target and Belle gets flattened.
  • The first scene of Napoléon, where the young Bonaparte demonstrates his skill as a commander in a snowball fight at Brienne College.
  • Just the Way You Are: When Peter asks Susan what happened to her leg, Susan throws a snowball at him. Peter retaliates with a much bigger snowball.

  • Laura Ingalls Wilder's These Happy Golden Years featured a snowball fight among the older students at school, and their rather young teacher.
  • Sandy Mitchell's Ciaphas Cain, HERO OF THE IMPERIUM had to break up snowball fights on some of the colder worlds they were posted on. Turns out the soldiers Cain normally travels with come from an Ice World, where snowball fights are Serious Business.
  • In William King's Space Wolf novel Grey Hunter, after a fight with ice fiends, Sven and Ragnar's heckling each other is turned into a snowball fight.
  • Most Harry Potter books. Special mention goes to Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, where Fred and George bewitched snowballs to bounce off the back of Quirrell's turban. Fridge Brilliance sets in when you realize they were unknowingly smacking Voldemort in the face.
  • In Fritz Leiber's Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser, the women of Fafhrd's people gang up on their men to pummel them with snowballs when they offend too badly.
  • In Twilight, several of Bella's classmates have a brief fight with a discussion of larger one after school. Even the vampires take part.
  • In The Edge Chronicles, Quint takes part in a giant snowball fight with the entirety of the Upper and Lower Halls of the Knights Academy.
  • In Jim Butcher's The Dresden Files novel Small Favor, Harry has Molly practice her shields by having her siblings throw snowballs. (Which is one hell of a lot nicer than what he learned with. Namely, baseballs.)
  • In Patricia C. Wrede's Thirteenth Child, William and Eff are ambushed by six children using snowballs — and putting rocks in them.
  • In Robertson Davies's Deptford Trilogy, the narrator's life is transformed when he ducks a snowball thrown by a friend: the effects of this snowball are the motivating action of the trilogy.
  • Thomas Pynchon's Mason & Dixon begins with an image of a snowball fight that also recalls an asterisk.
  • In one of the 1632 novels, spymaster Nasi realizes that some boys shoveling the streets are planning to throw some snowballs at him, so he pulls a pre-made snowball out of his coat pocket and hits them first. He lost the resultant fight, but he considered the look on his target's face when he got the first hit in to be worth it.
  • Ayla gets into one with Jondolar and a few others in Shelters of Stone despite being nine months pregnant.
  • Sister Alice has ritualized, Serious Business Snowball wars, call Snowars, set up between two teams composed of a smattering of very young Great Family members, intended to make it easier for different Family members to cooperate at a young age. Two teams alternate between defending and attacking a fort made of ice, using microchines fired from cannons to heat up the fort walls and break though. Snow is compacted and shoved into pneumatic, double-barreled rifles which can cause grievous damage, and snow is fired from pneumatic cannons capable of killing the contestants. However, because of the Healing Factor and general hard-to-killness of humanity, it's rare for anyone to be more than annoyed or out of action for more than a few days when their skull is crushed or spine broken.
  • In Murderess, Bridget throws snowballs at Lu’s window to taunt her. Lu goes outside and starts one of these in retaliation. It quickly escalates into a school-wide Curb-Stomp Battle against Bridget.
  • The first book of The Mysterious Benedict Society ends with the members of the titular society preparing to have one, with Sticky and Constance on one side and Reynie and Kate on the other. Kate has a plan which involves her directing Reynie to make carefully prepared snowballs and her throwing them because she's the physically gifted one, though Reynie asks her to let him throw some too as it's part of the fun and she reluctantly agrees. Also, Sticky asks if they're ready for "ignominious defeat," and Kate has to get the definition of "ignominious" from Reynie. Hearing that it means "shameful" just makes her more spurred on.
  • In Elizabeth Moon's The Deed of Paksenarrion, Paks has a light-hearted snowball fight while preparing for a religious ceremony that means a great deal to her (being a paladin and all that). Since both sides were professional soldiers, and had plenty of time to prepare the ground and gather weapons (ie, make snowballs), the fight itself was epic.
  • In Pugs of the Frozen North: Shen starts one with echo snow to distract the yetis while he saves the other racers.
  • The Tribe: In the first book, "Homeroom Headhunters", Spencer has one with Sully for fun.
  • Samurai Santa: At the start of the book, Yukio wants to have one with his friends, but they all refuse on the grounds that it would get them all put on Santa's naughty list. Later in the book, a red-faced Samurai leads an army of Snowlems into an all-out snowball war against Yukio and the others. The samurai was Santa Claus, and the snowball war waas his Christmas gift to Yukio.
  • The Snowy Day: The protagonist, Peter, tries to participate in one, but he's too little.
  • Sanctuary: When a snowfall shuts down all the schools, Morgan, Theo, Holly, Araminta, and Denny all get in a huge snowball fight. Even some of the ghosts join in by swooping around to distract the players.

    Live-Action TV 
  • One stage in the Video Zone round of Nick Arcade has the contestant knocking out elves with snowballs from across an icy river.
  • Unsere Mütter, unsere Väter: Brothers Friedhelm and Wilhelm, both Wehrmacht soldiers, engage in a snow fight on a quiet Christmas Eve at the Russian front, reminding them that they thought the war would soon be over so they could be Home by Christmas.
  • In the Star Trek: Enterprise episode "Breaking the Ice," Travis suggests that he and Malcolm could have a snowball fight on a comet, until Malcolm points out that their EV suits would make it less enjoyable.


    Video Games 
  • The tutorial to combat in Final Fantasy Tactics Advance happens in a form of a schoolyard snowball fight.
  • One South Park videogame featured snowballs as a basic weapon. The upgraded version was, naturally, yellow snowballs.
  • Super Robot Wars Z has one of these as one of its crossover antics.
  • Past Christmas Events in EVE Online enabled snowball fights between mile-long space battleships.
  • BIONICLE has Huai Snowball Sling, where Matoran are in a snowball fight. Every time one of them got hit, snow would gradually build up on their body until they rolled away in a giant snowball.
  • One of the mini-games you play in the Skill Course in the Pokeathalon in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver is a snowball fight between four different teams of 3 Pokemon. The team that gets the most points by hitting the other Pokemon wins.
  • Out of the many weapons that are used in Neopets' Battledome, several of them are snowballs, which are all one-use items.
  • Bug!! has the snow flea enemies in The Burrubs, which pop out of the icy floor on both sides of Bug and throw ice/snow at each other. Unfortunately, they're immune to each others' projectiles, Bug isn't. And Bug isn't even interested in their snowball fight!
  • In Ristar, at the end of the first act of Planet Freon, Ristar must defeat the mini-boss this way. In order for him to build a snowball, he will have to be left alone for a few seconds. When Ristar does defeat the mini-boss, it will join his side and assist him in the battle against Itamor in the third act by bringing him hot pizzas for him to throw in his mouth.
  • Daze Before Christmas has a snowlem boss who hurls pieces of himself at Santa as a ranged attack. Oddly enough he never gets smaller despite all the throwing.
  • In Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!, Dixie and Kiddy battle Bleak, an evil snowman, this way.
  • Blizzard Entertainment likes to use this for Christmas events.
    • In World of Warcraft, you can purchase snowballs during Winter's Veil to either use as ingredients for other holiday items or just chuck at other players. In the past, they used to inflict a small amount of knockback, which of course led to players throwing people off of cliffs with them.
    • One event in Overwatch has players use Mei and hurl snowballs at opponents with her gun. There are patches of snow that can be gathered to make a snowball, or she can refill with her ultimate. Each hit eliminates the struck player for the round, and each round lasts until everyone on one side is eliminated.
    • Heroes of the Storm has a similar brawl for its Christmas event, appropriately titled Snow Brawl, which takes placed in a modified Cursed Hollow map, where tributes spawn a lot faster and players can gather snowballs of varying sizes and lob them at opponents.
    • Hearthstone has a Winter's Veil tavern brawl where players fight over presents. One of the possible gifts is a hardpacked snowball (depicted as a orc holding a snowball full of rocks, sticks, and arrows), which returns three minions to your opponent's hand.
  • The ice level in Battletoads features piles of snowballs which can be thrown at enemies. And killer snowmen that throw snowballs back at you.
  • One of the Workout games in Wii Fit Plus is a big snowball fight. It is very fittingly named "Snowball Fight".
  • This was added as part of a Christmas event in 100% Orange Juice!.
  • Mario Party:
    • Mario Party 3: In the minigame Snowball Summit, the characters have to create snowballs to try to knock each other off a frozen summit. Though throwing the snowballs is an option, it's also possible to make them bigger by making them roll across the floor, thus making them more likely to knock the targeted players (and the knockdown itself will also be longer). If two or more snowballs clash, they'll be destroyed, thus forcing the players to create more. The last player remaining wins; but if more than one player survives after 60 seconds, the minigame ends in a draw.
    • Mario Party 4: In the minigame Mr. Blizzard's Brigade, all characters have to dodge the snowballs thrown at them by the Mr. Blizzards, all while moving within a slippery frozen pond. If a character is hit by a snowball, they'll freeze and lose the minigame. Whoever is the last player left wins, though more than one can win if they survive after 60 seconds.
    • Mario Party 6:
      • A board-specific mini-game in Snowflake Lake involves the players tossing snowballs at each other, causing them to lose their coins, which the other players can then collect within the time limit.
      • The 1 vs. 3 minigame Snow Brawl pits the solo player and four AI allies against the team of three in a what is essentially a snowy dodgeball match. Anyone who gets hit immediately turns into a Human Popsicle and is eliminated. While the solo player's team has the greater numbers, the opposing team wins as soon as the solo player is eliminated, while all three of the opposing team must be eliminated for the solo player to win.
  • Mario Party 8: The minigame Snow Way Out has three characters climbing and chimney to reach the top of a wooden house in a snowy village, while the fourth character arrives the house's whereabouts with a truck that can shoot snowballs. The characters in the house's ceiling have to dodge the snowballs to avoid getting frozen and sliding down, as that would result in their elimination. The solo player wins if all three rivals are knocked down, but the trio wins if at least one of them can survive for 30 seconds.
  • Mario Party: Island Tour: Mr. Blizzard, the third boss of Bowser's Tower, is placed at the end of a snowy descent, throwing large snowballs at the player's character. To defeat him, the main character has to engulf themselves into a snowball to being rolling with it and, while dodging the ice crystals which are remnants of Mr. Blizzard's fallen snowballs, collect special coins that increase the size of their own snowball; this way, upon landing onto Mr. Blizzard, the damage inflicted will be bigger. If the character is hit by one of the ice crystals or one of the falling snowballs, they'll take damage and their forming snowball will have its size reduced, thus reducing the attack power when it hits the boss. The tactic has to be repeated until Mr. Blizzard's HP depletes in full, though when it falls under half he'll throw snowballs more quickly and more often.
  • One between Geralt and Ciri acts as a Breather Level in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and a heartwarming moment.
  • Wintermoor Tactics Club revolves around a series of snowball fights to determine the greatest club in the titular school, with the losers being forced to disband.
  • In Garfield Lasagna Party, the eponymous mini-game has the players throw snowballs at their opponents to score points while avoiding getting hit.

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    Web Original 
  • Whateley Universe: Superhero School Whateley Academy is up in the Presidential Mountains of New Hampshire, so they get a lot of snow every winter. The big snowball fight around Poe cottage involves a lot of superpowers, including Quake using her powers to force some snow into a snow 'fort' and Phase using his powers to knock it down.
  • Fun fact: The Finnish word for snowball fight, 'lumisota', literally means 'snow war'. When this was pointed out on Tumblr, several Winter War jokes were made.

    Western Animation 
  • Ben 10: Ben and Gwen have one, but when one hits Grandpa Max...
    Max: (sternly) I am warning you... (brandishes snowball) you're messing with an old pro.
  • Dexter's Laboratory:
    • In one episode, Dexter and his father "go to war" with Deedee and their mother, because Mom was the only one who ever beat Dad in a snowball fight. (For bonus points, it was just a playful lob on her part which happened to connect, while to him the whole thing was Serious Business).
    • The episode was a tip of the hat to Calvin and Hobbes, as seen by the exterior backgrounds being explicitly drawn to mimic Watterson's art style.
  • Donald Duck and his nephews once had an epic snowball fight in this short, including dipping snow missiles into water to make deadly ice missiles.
  • On Family Guy Brian hits Stewie with a snowball. Stewie responds by firing a snowball cannon.
  • Frosty the Snowman does this, being a type 1 Snowlem.
  • Histeria!! did a "dramatic re-enactment" of the Cold War in which it was depicted as this.
  • On Jimmy Two-Shoes, Jimmy's description of this (coupled with a demonstration involving freezer ice) leads to Heloise making a Weather-Control Machine.
  • Johnny Test features Johnny and Dukey inviting all of their friends ( and enemies) into a snowball fight where if one gets hit with a snowball, they get eliminated with the last one standing winning a trophy Johnny created himself. Even though everyone else gangs up on Johnny and Dukey in this competition, Johnny manages to win it.
  • Justice League: Green Lantern and Hawkgirl get into a super-powered snowball fight in "Comfort and Joy".
  • Kaeloo: In Episode 69, the cast have a brief snowball fight. Unlike everything else they do on this show, it does not escalate and winds up being an ordinary snowball fight.
  • Looney Tunes turns snowball fights into Serious Business, complete with sendups to The Greatest Generation.
  • In The Loud House episode "Snow Escape," Competition Freak Lynn is shown to go nuts during weather that allows snowball fights, bombarding everyone she can.
  • In one Shaun the Sheep episode, there was a giant snowball fight between the flock, Bitzer, and later against the pigs.
  • In an early episode of The Simpsons, Bart is in danger of repeating the 4th grade if he fails his next test. He ends up praying for an extra day to study, and is rewarded with a blizzard. He spends the next day fighting the temptation to join everyone else out in the snow (even Mr Burns is enjoying himself!)
    Burns: I was never one to back down from a snowball fight!
    • A variant happened in "Last Exit To Springfield". At one point Mr. Burns and Smithers engage in a playful game of money fight where they toss bundles of cash at each other in the spirit of a snowball fight.
  • SpongeBob SquarePants:
    • In "The Snowball Effect", Squidward claims to be above such childish activities, but gets sucked in and goes into such a panic that he'll lose and builds a two-story-high impenetrable snow fort.
    • At one point, Patrick shows just barely enough knowledge to create a snowblock, a snowpyramid, and even a snowhelix — but not a snowball.
    • SpongeBob and Patrick have another one in "Survival of the Idiots".
  • Super Noobs: The episode, "Let it Noob, Let it Noob, Let it Noob" has Memnock and Zenblock participate in a snowball fight with each other to learn more about Earth culture and adapt to the snow itself since they had recently experienced winter for the first time in their lives. They try to make it more fun by using their alien technology but get carried away when they get snow guns and tanks involved.
  • The Transformers: In the beginning of "Fire In the Sky", the Autobots engage in a snowball fight with one of their human friends after a snowfall in the desert in July.
  • The Huckleberry Hound Show: In his cartoon "Tricky Trapper", Huckleberry Hound throws a snow-covered rock at Powerful Pierre, who returned it with a tennis racket.
  • Home: Adventures with Tip & Oh: Experiencing snow for the first time, Tip demonstrates by throwing snowballs at Oh. It takes him a while, be he eventually gets into it and holds a snowball fight with all the Boov.
  • Ready Jet Go!: At the beginning of "Holidays in Boxwood Terrace", Jet, Sean, and Sydney have a snowball fight.


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Jet, Sean, and Sydney have a snowball fight while talking about Christmas.

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