Garfield's Christmas. We have it on tape from an old TV broadcast in like 1987 off of a TV station in Bangor, ME. I usually watch all of the other standbys as well, but Christmas season doesn't start until I've seen Garfield.
Originally posted by Barbwire MikeWHOA WHOA WHOA!! I can't believe no one has mentioned possibly the best Christmas tale ever: Emmitt Otter's Jug Band Christmas. The Riverbottom Nightmare Gang are the baddest-ass muppets in history, and when they do their song the stagediving in the audience was years ahead of its time.
"The grass does not grow on the places that we stop and stand RIVERBOTTOM NIGHTMARE BAND!!"
OH HELL YEAH. I've gotta get somebody in ACW-NWA WI to use that for entrance music.
Star wipe, and...we're out. Thrillin' ain't easy.
THE THRILL ACW-NWA Wisconsin Home Video Technical Director...& A2NWO 4 Life! (Click the big G to hear the Packers Fight Song in RealAudio!)
I should have remembered this earlier, but my sister won't let any of us get through a Christmas season without watching "A Claymation Christmas." You know the one, where the California Raisins are the main event. The show is full of creative alternatives to the word "wassaling" (sp?).
We taped this show off of the TV way back in the 80's (you know it is because there are commercials for The Equalizer and Wiseguy). I try and try to get her to sell it on EBay, but she is too attached to it at this point. Well okay, I guess I'm attached to those Clay creatures as well.
Damn you WWE for making me change my sig. I'm sure you have good enough reasons to get rid of Shannon, but that doesn't mean I have to like it. Let me thus be the first to say: BRING BACK DAFFNEY!
Year-Round Programming Schedule (188.8.131.52) It's official - Arrested Development returns and 24 moves to Mondays, as previously mentioned. Seth MacFarlane's American Dad gets the 9:30 time slot on Sundays after AD in January.