Who can't wait for this movie to come back on the air?
This movie is an underrated gem among other Christmas specials
>Ed Edd and Eddy Christmas
>The first SpongeBob Christmas
>Fairly Odd Parents I wish it were Christmas every day
>The one special about the rapping elf who made a rap group because he was too lazy to make toys
>The Hey Arnold Christmas special
Fucking hell its all flooding back to me.
Who can't wait for this movie to come back on the air? Truly an underrated gem!
There was another Christmas special about a kid who broke things and threw tantrums all day for his parents to buy him expensive toys he never ever played with.
He eventually tries to steal Santas bag of toys but eventually gives them to the kids instead
Holy fuck why am I remembering all of this now?
Shut your damn face and fap to Cousin Mel and her enormous breasts anon.
Personally, I would love for a channel to air the
MOST POWERFUL CHRISTMAS SPECIAL IN THE UNIVERSE!
>Nostalgia Critic shitposting on /co/
Senpai everyone knows Martini is the draw of this movie
Fuck that little Flea and fuck Tim for being the worst pet owner imaginable
>Wanting an unbehaved dog
>He's the only person in the entire movie making a big deal about this
The songs were written years before the movie
The guy who played Grandpa in that movie recorded the original song and then spent the next couple decades trying to capitalize on it by making songs related to the concept.
If we're talking Christmas specials in general, this Canadafag would like to know: did anyone outside of here get The Secret World of Santa Claus on the air? I always liked that series. It was a bit budget, but had a neat futuristic feel without doing anything that felt too radical or kiddie-pandering.
>My 28th Christmas
>Have my own place
>Have a bowl of protein and lift
>Sit in my comfy wingback
>No faggot liberal cable channels, just watching blu-rays of Jingle all the Way, Home Alone, and Fargo
>Eating the same quality food I eat every day (pic related)
>Masturbating to Tara Tainton roleplay porn
>Sitting on my porch overlooking the quarry
>Let my cockatoo out of its cage to wander around the house and hang out before I tell it goodnight and it tells me GUURDNAYT
>Pass out on my comfy gel mattress
Ketchup's in the oven cunt serve yourself
Might explain why I had projectile diarrhea in the shower the next morning.
But those fries are flawless.
I'm confused as to why this special is getting so much attention in CBS' holiday rotation as of late.
Though admittedly, the elf girl is a qt.
This right here is my jam, even if the animation's terrible and the songs are obnoxious.
What is the most under-appreciated Christmas special from Rankin/Bass Productions? I grew up on Little Drummer boy, but I rarely see anyone talk about it.
Every year I think...
That line in the song is about those reindeer being assholes to rudolf...
Why exactly does this dog think that song is about it?
Then I remember its a childrens show clearly made by someone who thought they were far more clever than they are... Never seen it though.
I distinctly remember flipping through the channels to the tail end of some christmas movie...
Where elves were convincing trolls that they were a part of christmas because the world troll is in a christmas charol.
Finally finished that Christmas Waifu chart.
I rented the book from the school library all the time as a kid, so when the animated version was released my parents surprised me with it. Fucking loved it, and it's probably my favorite Christmas special to watch today. It holds up well.
"Santa Claus Is Coming To Town" was the RB special I remember the most from growing up. Corny, yes, but memorable.
My older brother has given me Christmas gifts to celebrate my occasionally Scroogey attitude toward the holidays. My Burgermeister Meisterburger tree ornament is my favorite.
Personally I always rate Opus special "A Wish For Wings That Work" among my favorites. I found it on youtube a couple years back but it loses something without the 90s commercials that were on our original VHS.
>sauce seems to be applied expertly
>not keeping it on the side or in a ramekin so it can be used as needed
Never mind the fact that putting sauce on a proper steak is a travesty.
This special is one of my favorites. Martini and Olive are great.
If I remember correctly, the whole damn thing Martini keeps trying to sell broken watches to other people on their trip
Name another Christmas special with Gilbert Gottfired as Santa, and ends with a Ratt song.
Nobody remembers Christmas Comes to Pac-Land?
The reindeer got tired, but Pac-Man fed them power pellets.
best version of Rudolph coming through
I'll do you one better
Holiday specials are inherently shit
Realizing Michael Stripe voiced Schnitzel was a nice surprise.
Also, I like the Fleischer Rudolph. It's got kind of a dreamy quality to it.
Dreamy would be a good word to describe it, yeah. I remember having a tape that had that cartoon, and the one where the guy builds a bunch of Christmas machines and toys out of junk at an orphanage.
I actually have an Olive Valentine's Day book, I'm not sure how many others there are, though.
I got a searcher for ya'll,
It's a Santa Claus origin story where there's like rock monster things as the main villain and the elves can shapeshift and at the end Santa is dying of old age but an Angel makes him immortal.
Ring any bells?
The last bus skipped them, a cab is off the table.
HA, its the little things.
That is what I'd expect too, none the less the way it's portrayed is really badly done.
I recall it's the grandfather reminiscing how it happened, the kid escapes the barn far and the scene dissolves to a zoom-shot of his eyes with a doctor's voice saying "Sorry, he'll never speak again".
Best Christmas special right here
Twice wasn't bad, either
Joe, you lazy sack of shit
The best Simpsons Christmas episodes
>Days of Future Passed
>Skinner's Sense of Snow
>Tis the 15th season
Also favorite Christmas specials in general are Justice League, Hey Arnold and Rugrats.
What kind of book is it. The only character I could imagine her pairing with is the penguin.
The sad part about this movie is olives delusions of being a reindeer would be supported this day and age.
there where specials that i barley remember where on cn from the ninties
one was an asshole kid wanted like every fucking toy never shared who wrote his letter to santa in july or some summer month and everyone his neighborhood instead
the second was this toy that keep going back to the store looking for a home
i think it was a teddy bear
It's about her trying to get a giant heart back to a friend because she thought he left it with her on accident.
I remember being a child and being absolutely warmed by the romance in this movie.
Good memories. I'll try not to ever watch it again, since ti would only ruin it.
to this day I will try to see whether a girl looks back at me after a conversation because some part of me believes it really means something
idk how you haven't seen it anon, me and at least
were born in the same year and i've seen it at least 4 times. Granted, you might have just ignored it or watched something else.