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1. Two and a Half Men (2003 TV Series)
Episode: On Vodka, on Soda, on Blender, on Mixer! (2013)
Walden helps Jenny get a second date with a one-night stand and Alan's transgender girlfriend's ex-wife hits on him. Meanwhile, in the spirit of the holidays, Alan receives a Japanese delicacy from Jake for Christmas, and Walden's Malibu house is alive with questionable Christmas carol lyrics.
2. The Simpsons (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Grift of the Magi (1999)
With the school strapped for cash Principal Skinner allows Jim Hope,president of Kids First Industries,to take it over. He is using the children as guinea pigs to test popular toys,in particular one called,at Lisa's suggestion,Funzo. However the Simpsons discover that Funzo's purpose is to destroy all other toys so they collect every Funzo model to prevent this,ending with a family celebration that combines 'A Christmas Carol' with 'It's a Wonderful Life'.
3. The Simpsons (1989 TV Series)
Episode: 'Tis the Fifteenth Season (2003)
After watching 'Mr. McGrew's Christmas Carol' on TV Homer decides to mend his selfish ways and do good things for the townsfolk as Christmas approaches. Usurped as the nicest guy in Springfield, Ned becomes jealous and the two vie to claim the title. After Lisa, a Buddhist, has told Homer that people do not need presents he goes around stealing them in the manner of the Grinch but is eventually forced to put them back.
4. Smallville (2001 TV Series)
Episode: Apocalypse (2008)
In this darkly take on a Christmas Carol/It's a Wonderful Life, Clark begins to wonder with Lana still comatose and Kara held captive in the past by Braniac, if things would be better if he never arrived on Earth. The spirit of Jor-El then transports Clark to an alternate reality of what Smallville and the rest of the world would be like if he never existed; an alternate adoptive version of Clark Kent living at the Kent farm; Chloe is engaged to marry another guy, and Lex Luther is the ruthless President of the United States, with Kara as his right-hand person/assassin, and Milton Fine/Brainiac as Lex's chief adviser.
5. NCIS: Los Angeles (2009 TV Series)
Episode: Disorder (2010)
Christmas carolers hear gunshots; a man, smeared with blood, staggers outside and pleads for help; the speaker is Lance, a recently discharged Navy lieutenant and intelligence officer, diagnosed with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after a tour in Afghanistan; he says that inside his home he saw a shootout, which killed two men; the victims are a Navy ensign (Scott) and a small-time drug dealer (Mancuso); Callen and company investigate. Kensi and Deeks take Lance back to his bungalow, where Lance makes a confession; Eric and Nell find a connection and a number of details; while Kensi and Lance talk and walk, a stranger draws a piece and takes aim, so Kensi opens fire; Eric and Nell get a match on facial recognition; G and Sam pick up some scoop about Lance, and Kensi runs into trouble with Lance, who leaves; the four musketeers attend a meeting at the Santa Monica Pier, where they stop Lance and a bad guy. Kensi finishes putting the pieces together.
6. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1990 TV Series)
Episode: Deck the Halls (1990)
Will is appalled that Ashley has never experienced a big traditional family Christmas so he takes it upon himself to decorate that house the way he and his mother use to be in Philly. Aunt Viv leaves the job to Will, who goes out and buys every tacky decoration he can find, which upsets the Banks' stuffy neighbors. The neighbor's response puts Ashley in a bad mood until a group of underprivileged kids show up at the door to sing Christmas carols - and who love the lights. Ashley's spirits are lifted, and she demands that the lights stay up.
7. Life in Pieces (2015 TV Series)
Episode: College Stealing Santa Caroling (2015)
Colleen joins John and his Air Force buddies for his annual tradition of dirty Christmas caroling. Also, Joan tries to hijack Lark's first Christmas from Jen and Greg, Samantha gets lice from a mall Santa, and Tyler announces his plans for college.
8. Saved by the Bell (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Home for Christmas: Part 1 (1991)
The gang are working various jobs at the local mall for the Christmas holiday in order to get the spending money they need. Meanwhile, Zack's mother, Melanie, is putting on her own production of A Christmas Carol, and Zack falls for Laura, one of Kelly's co-workers at the clothing store, but he is surprised when he learns of her father's plight.
9. Saturday Night Live (1975 TV Series)
Episode: Tom Hanks/Edie Brickell & New Bohemians (1990)
Tom Hanks' fifth time hosting. Sketches include: Mr. Subliminal, Tom Hanks Monologue (featuring Paul Simon, Steve Martin, Elliot Gould, Jon Lovitz, Ralph Nader, and SNL writer Conan O'Brien), Unpleasant Stimuli, Game Beaters (with Tony Randall cameo), Weekend Update with Dennis Miller, Weekend Update: Three Dennis Millers Sing a Christmas Carol, The Global Warming Christmas Special (with Ralph Nader cameo), P. Whipped, Sabra Shopping Network, Double-Takes, A. Whitney Brown's Christmas Tale. Edie Brickell and New Bohemians performs "Woyaho" and "He Said".
10. The Brady Bunch (1969 TV Series)
Episode: The Voice of Christmas (1969)
The Bradys are excited about spending their first Christmas together as a combined family. Carol has been chosen to sing the solo at the Christmas morning church service, so Mike decides to buy her a tape recorder for Christmas so that she can keep a recording of herself singing. But Carol's practicing and the tape recorder may all be for naught as days before Christmas, Carol loses her voice. Luckily, she finds out that she is afflicted with nothing more serious than vocal strain induced laryngitis, but that still does not provide any comfort in that if it does clear by Christmas, she won't be able to sing at the church service. Regardless, all the Christmas chores still have to get done, and Alice does her part by mixing up a Nelson home remedy, however intolerable, to help Carol get past her laryngitis. But Carol's laryngitis places a pall over the entire family, so much so that the older kids contemplate postponing Christmas altogether until their mother is feeling all right. Six year old Cindy takes this feeling to an extreme when on Christmas Eve as her mother feels no closer to regaining her voice, she asks the department store Santa Claus for her mother's voice back so that she can sing at the church service, to which the Santa, unable to deny Cindy anything she wants, promises that he will do so. This promise brings up a problem for Mike, who has to try and explain to Cindy why her mother probably will not get her voice back by Christmas, while not bursting adolescent Cindy's innocent notions of the magic and spirit of Christmas.
Just in time for the holidays, Carol develops laryngitis and may not be able to sing at Christmas services, prompting Cindy to ask a department store Santa for a miracle. Meanwhile, the older siblings decide that, given Carol's illness, Christmas should be postponed until she gets well, leading Alice to teach them the true meaning of Christmas.
11. The Jeffersons (1975 TV Series)
Episode: 984 W. 124th Street, Apt. 5C (1977)
It is Christmas and George and Louise invited Lionel, Jenny, Tom, Helen and Bentley over to sing Christmas carols. Georges ask Leroy to run some errands for him, including delivering a present to an address in Harlem. Louise becomes suspicious as to why George would be sending things to an unknown address in Harlem, especially when she found out that he has been sending money there every month. When Leroy forgets to take the present, George goes to deliver the gift himself. As George leaves for Harlem, Louise follows him.
12. Nip/Tuck (2003 TV Series)
Episode: Duke Collins (2007)
As Christmas approaches, Sean finally discovers the secret romance between Christian and Julia after they decide to come clean about it. Landing in the hospital after a fire, Matt bonds with his horribly burned rehabilitation counselor, Rachel. Sean performs surgery on a man, Duke Collins, who was shot in the face while playing Santa Claus by a disgruntled boy. Meanwhile, Eden suspiciously makes a peace offering with a wary Julia by giving her a gift of a fruitcake. Kimber and Ram reveal their future plans to Julia and Christian. Also, Sean and Christian deal with the presence of a group of overly cheerful Christmas carolers that show up at their practice.
Yuletide cheer as Matt faces painful recovery and Sean's rejection. Sean is shocked to finally learn the truth about Christian and Julia, and Eden bakes Julia a most suspicious fruitcake. Confrontation between Julia and Kimber at a Christmas party. Matt realizes it is time to be more of a man.
13. Barney & Friends (1992 TV Series)
Episode: Winter/Summer (2006)
'Tis the season for holiday cheer! Ride through a winter wonderland with Thomas on a special Christmas tree delivery. Join Bob the Builder and his Can-Do Crew as they build a sleigh of their own to make it to the school Christmas Carol Concert in time. See Fireman Sam and his friends get into the holiday spirit with the most exciting Christmas lights in all of Pontypandy. Finally, enjoy the snowfall with Barney as he teaches Baby Bop that winter is a wonderful time for fun even when it's cold outside.
14. Popular (1999 TV Series)
Episode: Fall on Your Knees (1999)
This Christmas episode is the show's take on Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol. It's the last day before Christmas and everyone is feeling the Christmas spirit. Everyone, except for Nicole, who hates Christmas with passion ever since her best friend and mentor Marley Jacob died from anorexia on Christmas, a year before. Nicole was just a book nerd back then but the death of her friend changed her completely and she decided to immediately take over Marley's position of the school's queen bee. The gang is invited to Christmas family dinner at Sam and Brooke's place and even April Tuna's geeks are welcomed. Meanwhile, Nicole becomes meaner than ever and teases Carmen, who now walks on crutches. She has broken her ankle while practicing for the Glamazons hoping that they'll let her try out for them again soon. Competitive Nicole then steals money from the blind Principal Hall's charity box to fill up her own charity box. Later, she humiliates Ms. Glass, who took up a second job as a beauty shop clerk, which leads to her being fired. Nicole even refuses to go to Sam and Brooke's party. On the Christmas Eve, Nicole is visited by the damned spirit of her friend Marley as well as three other spirits - the ghost of Christmas past (who turns out to be Ms. Glass), the ghost of Christmas present (who turns out to be Mary Cherry) and the spooky ghost of Christmas future. (who remains masked but seems to be Death or the Grim Reaper). Can all these spirits change Nicole's view on Christmas as well life in general at least for this one special day?
15. Ellen (1994 TV Series)
Episode: The Christmas Show (1994)
Ellen has a new boyfriend, named Greg, who is too nice. So Ellen tries to break up with him, but she cannot find the right time before Christmas and ends up at his house singing Christmas carols. Meanwhile, Joe and his new girlfriend, Stephanie, are scaring customers away with their on-again, off-again relationship. Also, Paige agonizes over what gift to get for her long-estranged, overly sensitive mother for Christmas.
16. The Carol Burnett Show (1967 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #8.13 (1974)
Highlights include: Eunice's brother (guest Alan Alda) visits "The Family" for a typically tumultuous Christmas; Carol and Alan duet on "Nobody Does It Like Me" in the midst of a department store Christmas rush, and perform in a sketch about "Morton of the Movies"; and for the close the entire cast performs a salute to New York City.
17. Mystery Science Theater 3000 (1988 TV Series)
Episode: Santa Claus Conquers the Martians (1991)
Joel and the Bots take on the infamous Christmas classic qv##tt0058548## in which a group of martians kidnap Santa Claus because they have no one on Mars to give their children presents. The crew writes and performs a pinnacle Christmas carol "A Patrick Swayze Christmas" and each member shares a Christmas-themed essay.
18. Animaniacs (1993 TV Series)
Episode: Cutie and the Beast/Boo Happens/Noel (1996)
The Tazmanian Devil plays the Beast and Dot is Cutie in "Cutie and the Beast," a musical parody of "Beauty and the Beast." In "Boo Happens," Chicken Boo relives the life of "Forrest Gump." Later, the Warners have fun with puns in an amusing musical number sung to the tune of the classic Christmas carol, "Noel."
19. A Very Murray Christmas (2015)
Murray, playing himself, trying to avoid a Hollywood figure who wants to represent the actor, who famously forgoes having a manager or agent. And somewhere in there will be rooms for Christmas carols to be sung by the actors (everyone is playing themselves) and probably more bits and pieces of holiday cheer.
20. Still Standing (2002 TV Series)
Episode: Still Avoiding Christmas (2005)
"Christmas Hell" is causing Judy stress and she proposes that this Christmas, she and Bill reduce the workload, like, for example, by not getting presents for each other. Bill takes this seriously, but luckily for him, his pal Kyle, on basis of experience from three divorces, advises him to get Judy a present. Brian loses his job as a Christmas carol singer at the mall and has to help Judy decorating the house. That job was supposed to belong to Lauren, but she doesn't have to do it since she has a job at a restaurant - or so she claims. Brian finds out that Lauren is lying and wants in on the scam. Suddenly he too has "a job". Also, having "jobs" mean they don't have to go see Judy's mother with the others. Can they pull it off?
21. Thomas & Friends (1984 TV Series)
Episode: Thomas' Tricky Tree (2007)
'Tis the season for holiday cheer! Ride through a winter wonderland with Thomas on a special Christmas tree delivery. Join Bob the Builder and his Can-Do Crew as they build a sleigh of their own to make it to the school Christmas Carol Concert in time. See Fireman Sam and his friends get into the holiday spirit with the most exciting Christmas lights in all of Pontypandy. Finally, enjoy the snowfall with Barney as he teaches Baby Bop that winter is a wonderful time for fun even when it's cold outside.
22. Guiding Light (1952 TV Series)
Episode: Episode dated 24 December 1981 (1981)
It's Christmas Eve in Springfield and it's not a very peaceful one, at least not for everyone in town. Mike is in a nursing home in Wisconsin investigating for Ross, one elderly Mrs. MacKenzie. Mrs. MacKenzie's doctor assures Mike that she is not able to speak after her stroke, but suddenly she does speak and says the name Todd (the same last name as Ross' troubled fiancée Carrie). Meanwhile, Alan and Hope are at home awaiting the time when Alan will have to be carted off to prison for his role in covering up the whereabouts a few years back of the fugitive Roger Thorpe. Ross pays Alan and Hope a visit, and informs them that Mike is doing some "legwork" for him in Wisconsin. This gets Hope to let Alan take her and Alan-Michael to Bert's Christmas party that evening, something Alan was reluctant to do when it looked as though Mike would be there as well. Hillary, at Cedars, is flabbergasted when Josh tries to make a pass, not only to the married Morgan Richards Nelson, but also at her. Josh also makes a dig at Derek when he states that Derek doesn't have a firm grip on his fiancée, Hillary. Hillary tells Josh in no uncertain terms that Derek doesn't think that way, that Hillary is "HIS" woman. Katie and Morgan are no help when it comes to helping Tony Reardon set up the Christmas tree for the party in the children's wing later in the afternoon. Morgan and Kelly get some very brief alone time when they run into each other in the children's wing. Mrs. Renfield pays Tony and Bea a rather strange visit, where Mrs. Renfield tells them that Nola and Quint will be coming home, from San Francisco, later that evening and then takes two very full sips of Tony's bottle of sherry. Mrs. Renfield also surprises Tony with all of her questions about one of his two bosses, Vanessa Chamberlain. Carrie, after being released from Cedars' mental ward after her recent suicide attempt after admitting that she was the one who killed Diane Ballard and Joe Bradley back in September, is staying at Ross' brother, Justin and Ross' sister-in-law, Jackie's house. Jackie tells Ross, and later Justin and Phillip, that Carrie is refusing to leave her room to join them for Christmas festivities. Jackie then finds Carrie hovering over baby Samantha, and is confused when Carrie tells Jackie that she wishes she could start all over again like the innocent Samantha. Mike calls Ross and informs him that over the last couple of years, Mrs. MacKenzie had two visitors, one was Diane Ballard who wrote a substantial check for Mrs. MacKenzie's care, the other was Carrie who violently tore up the check Diane wrote for Mrs. MacKenzie's care and then paid for the care herself. This leaves more of a mystery for Ross about Carrie's past and how to continue with her defense. Later in the afternoon, Derek pays a visit to Hillary at Cedars and informs her that he will have to pick her up later to go to Bert's, because he's been very busy with Mike out of town. Derek also sees Vanessa and Ed at the hospital and it's obvious to anyone but Ed that there is something Vanessa is hiding that Derek knows about as her financial advisor. Kelly, Morgan, Katie, Trish and Tony are thrown for a loop when the Santa Claus at the children's party turns out to be none other than Josh! Kelly and Morgan sing Christmas carols at the children's party. At the Marler's, Mike returns to town earlier than expected and Phillip surprisingly asks Mike for his forgiveness for being so harsh on Mike when Mike was involved with Elizabeth. Mike says he forgives Phillip, and then tells Ross and Jackie and Justin that he had also found out that Mrs. MacKenzie's son was a Todd MacKenzie who had worked at the same advertising agency as Diane Ballard in Milwaukee. Carrie overhears Mike say this, and sneaks out of the house and runs a way, with only Jackie finding out later that Carrie is missing. At Bert's house the festivities are in full swing. When Mike surprisingly shows up, Alan gets nervous, but Mike happily tells Alan and Hope he will put their differences aside for this one evening. Derek, Hillary, Morgan, Kelly, Katie, Tony and Tim all discuss the odd behavior of Josh. Mike and Trish kiss under the mistletoe. Freddy returns home from Lincoln Prep and informs Ed he isn't too thrilled that he's seeing Vanessa. Bert gets Sara and Mike to lead everyone in singing Christmas carols. In this episode Vanessa was played by Anna Stuart. In this episode Bea first mentions that Maureen will be coming home to Springfield, but she couldn't get home for Christmas Eve. In this episode Tony mentions that the sherry was a present from a "Mr. Santos" to Vanessa and Trish for the restaurant, whether this might have been the Miguel Santos that would be part of past storyline for Carmen Santos in the late 1990's and early 2000's is not known.
23. Scrooged (1988)
Frank Cross runs a US TV station which is planning a live adaptation of Dickens' Christmas Carol. Frank's childhood wasn't a particularly pleasant one, and so he doesn't really appreciate the Christmas spirit. With the help of the ghosts of Christmas past, present and future, Frank realises he must change.
24. The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis (1959 TV Series)
Episode: Jangle Bells (1960)
Using the analogy of "A Christmas Carol" where the spirits taught Scrooge to change to be more socially acceptable, Mr. Pomfritt, acting as his spirit, convinces Maynard that he can be one of the regular folks instead of his social outcast self by throwing a Christmas Eve party. That party causes a conundrum for Dobie, who, on Zelda's advice, believes he needs to attend Chatsworth's swanky Christmas Eve party if only to be able to move up in the world socially and thus economically. Dobie can't figure out what to do, and no one in his conscious world seems to be able to convince him one way or another. But in his subconscious, Dobie is visited by the Ghosts of Christmas Past and Future, who both look remarkably like Maynard. The question becomes whether these ghosts can convince Dobie's conscious self that Maynard's friendship is more important than moving up in the world.
25. The Oranges (2011)
Married couples David and Paige Walling and Terry and Cathy Ostroff are longtime "neighbors across the street" in suburban West Orange, New Jersey, and best friends, they who do everything together. They both outwardly present that their marriages are perfect as is, but David copes by hiding in his man cave from Paige and her little pet projects, like her Christmas carolers who start rehearsing in the summer, and controlling Cathy only pretends to listen to Terry while he rambles on, especially about his many gadgets. Of their combined three now young adult offspring, only twenty-four year old Vanessa Walling still lives at home, she a design school grad whose delayed plan is to work on her portfolio before getting a design job and apartment in the city. Vanessa and the Ostroffs' only offspring, twenty-four year old Nina Ostroff, used to be best friends when they were growing up, but Vanessa now believes Nina to be a self-absorbed bitch. Nina left home supposedly for good five years ago to travel the world not having yet returned to get out from under Cathy's control, Nina currently living in San Francisco just engaged to an artist named Ethan, which doesn't sit well with especially Cathy. With no plan beyond the actually holiday day, Nina unexpectedly comes home for Thanksgiving, having just broken up with a cheating Ethan. Cathy senses an opportunity as the Wallings' son, Toby Walling, who works for the Federal Trade Commission in Washington, is also coming home for Thanksgiving, Cathy who would like to see her only daughter marry her best friends' son. However it is another relationship that develops over the holidays between the two families. When this relationship comes to light, it causes an upheaval in both families. It does however make each of the Wallings and Ostroffs truly and critically evaluate whether they are happy, whether happiness as an end justifies any means, and whether those means should be viewed under the lens of social norms.
26. The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet (1952 TV Series)
Episode: A Piano for the Fraternity (1960)
David and Rick's fraternity tries to find an affordable piano to use for their upcoming Christmas party. The brothers are just about to give up when they meet the Stewarts who offer them their old, but serviceable, upright piano. The boys find a sheaf of Christmas carols in the piano stool and convince their fraternity brothers to invite all their parents to the party - and the Stewarts, too - for an evening of Christmas carols, dance and punch.
27. The Angry Video Game Nerd (2004 TV Series)
Episode: An Angry Nerd Christmas Carol: Part 1 (2007)
The Nerd receives a crappy present which is a NES game of Home Alone 2. So he decides to review the game only to find the choice of enemies and the layouts of the levels to be very terrible. His main complaint about the game is that some platforms you can't get on and there are some enemies you can't stun. After he can't take the game anymore he rants on about how he hates poorly made games and how he hates the holiday of Christmas in the same mannerism as Scrooge from the Christmas Carol. After shaking his game shelf a Sega Genesis game comes off the top shelf and knock the Nerd out cold. Then he finds himself being greeted by the Ghost of Christmas Past.
28. You Can't Do That on Television (1979 TV Series)
Episode: Christmas (????)
With Christmas at hand, Alasdair stands ready to exploit the mistletoe tradition. Since plastic won't do, he hangs real mistletoe about the set but ultimately guarantees his changes by donning a helmet heavily adorned with the stuff. Lisa, Christine and Vanessa want a little peace on Earth from this two-lipped assault force and finally decide that under the tree's the place he should be. Meanwhile, the cast hopes Ross (who likes watching 'em beg) won't be stingy with their Christmas bonuses this year. Vanessa calculates the practical difficulties of Santa Claus. Valerie enjoys frustrating Doug with her great new hiding place for his presents. Snake-Eyes gets in a jolly mood. GIfts that require assembly frustrate Lance. The family must break it to Lucy that they want her for dinner. Lance and Valerie clash over what Vanessa should leave Santa as a snack. Alasdair becomes a Christmas angel when dungeon funds run dry. Doug derives no benefit from dressing as Santa. The coach decries having only "lumps of coal" for Christmas. Mr. Schidtler recoils from Alasdair's Christmas carol report. Doug receives warning for buying the coach a necktie. Good will toward a little man puts the kibosh on locker jokes. And, the girls form a united front to resolve the Alasdair kissing issue.
29. What's My Line? (1950 TV Series)
Episode: Episode dated 25 December 1955 (1955)
Dorothy Kilgallen, Fred Allen, Arlene Francis and Bennett Cerf are the panelists on this very festive Christmas night broadcast. Host and moderator greets the panel and invites the first contestants to sign in, but not before the panel is blindfolded. Lt. and Mrs. V. Post and Lt. and Mrs. D. Barendale of the Salvation Army enter, in their uniforms, ergo the need to blindfold the group. Arlene Francis identifies them, and Dorothy Kilgallen urges John Daly to give them the round at her expense - that would be $200 for the four of them. John Daly invites them to play a Christmas carol, and a lovely rendition of "Hark, The Herald Angels Sing," ensues. Next is a young woman, from Puerto Rico, one Sylvette De Aldrey. Miss De Aldrey is a panelist on the Puerto Rican "What's My Line." Arlene Francis identifies her almost immediately and invites the young lady to sit next to her and play along for the next round. Mystery celebrity guests tonight are TV personalities Peter Lind Hayes and Mary Healy, who are pegged by Mr. Cerf. Finally, songwriter Johnny Marks, composer of "Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer is the final contestant this Christmas evening. Miss De Aldrey, still sitting with Arlene Francis, disqualifies herself from playing because she recognizes Mr. Marks and knows what he does. However, she is graciously urged by both Mr. Daly and Miss Francis to stay for the round. Time runs out, and the panel wins by default. Mr. Daly wishes the group, the studio and viewing audiences a Merry Christmas. The panel does the same, in kind, and Miss Francis announces her departure for Japan for two weeks. Broadway and film star, Vivian Blaine, will fill in for her during Miss Francis's absence.
30. Max & Ruby (2002 TV Series)
Episode: Ruby's Perfect Christmas Tree/Max's Christmas Present/Max and Ruby's Christmas Carol (2011)
Ruby's Perfect Christmas Tree: Ruby wants to find the perfect Christmas tree at Santa's Tree Rent. Max's Christmas Present: When it comes to Christmas presents, Max knows who to ask...Santa! While Ruby makes Christmas tree decorations. Max & Ruby's Christmas Carol: Max is in charge of ringing his little bell while Ruby, Louise & Valerie are caroling, but Max rings the big bell, calling the whole town to watch the carolers.
31. Sabrina, the Animated Series (1999 TV Series)
Episode: A Witchmas Carole (1999)
It's Christmas time and Gem's selfish antics are driving everyone mad! Sabrina and her family conspire to show her the error of her ways by giving her a Christmas Carole type visit. After Salem, Hilda, Zelda and Sabrina visit her, Gem is still her nasty little self. It isn't until Quigley and Sabrina show up at Gem's house with a gift as a true act of kindness that Gem is moved. Even if it's only for five minutes!
32. The Replacements (2006 TV Series)
Episode: Dick Daring's All-Star Holiday Stunt Spectacular V (2008)
Dick Daring hosts a 1970's-style Christmas variety show, produced, directed and co-starred by Riley. In his opening monologue, the patriarch of the Darings theorizes that Santa Claus is in fact a stuntman. Todd performs his own twisted version of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol." Special guests include Carson Palmer, a reluctant Josh Duahmel, and Ed Begley, Jr. who preaches environmentalism. Dustin Dreamlake sings his new hit "Get My Santa On," Buzz Winters tries to read a poem on the show, Agent K tries and fails to hide her identity, and Dick performs an elaborate all-star stunt salute to the holidays.
33. The Doctors (1963 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.1834 (1969)
The Powers family celebrates the holiday morning by opening their Christmas stockings. Mike presents Julie with a special gift. With Liz away and Steve volunteering to work in the outpatient clinic, Carolee faces a lonely Christmas until Mike and Julie pay a visit with a gift to replace the one taken by Nurse Buckley. Anna convinces Steve to share his brand of cheer in the children's ward. A contented Maggie can't help but wish the same peace for Nick and Althea. The staff of Hope Memorial gathers to sing Christmas carols. Actor James Pritchett delivers a special Christmas greeting to the viewing audience.
34. The Doctors (1963 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.1837 (1969)
Steve cancels his romantic evening with Carolee, who then must contend with her mother's probing questions. Julie tells Mike that she doesn't feel Carolee particularly likes her and suggests that Steve was looking at Althea, not Carolee, during the staff Christmas carols. Later, Julie overhears Steve arranging a secret meeting with Althea. Althea uses Maggie's filing work as a pretext to stay alone in the clinic, where afterward Steve arrives to warn her about Nick's threats. Although Althea and Steve agree that they can't be seen leaving Hope Memorial together, they're watched at a distance by Julie.
35. The Doctors (1963 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #1.1567 (1968)
Matt and Maggie review Mike's attention to Nancy earlier in the evening. To clear her conscience, Nancy invites Mike in for a warm drink. After a lonely evening of listening to Christmas carols, Karen apologizes to Steve for her stubborn, unbending behavior, but she misreads Steve's intentions. Mike makes plans to light a fire of interest under Nancy. Steve gives Karen something that she would rather not have.
36. CBS News Sunday Morning (1979 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #38.13 (2015)
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37. Christmas Cupid (2010 TV Movie)
Sloane is a beautiful, stylish woman on the fast track to success in her public relations firm when a starlet client, Caitlin, dies. Caitlin immediately becomes Sloane's own personal "Jacob Marley" (the Christmas Carol ghost) ushering in the spirits of Christmas past, present, and future - all in the guises of Sloane's former boyfriends. Sloane finds out first hand that her unethical ways and workaholic habits need to change and that reuniting with one of the past lovers whom she jilted may be the answer for a happy-ever-after life.
38. Scrooge (1970)
This is a delightful musical adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic novel "A Christmas Carol". Cold-souled miser Ebenezer Scrooge has a change of heart after three spirit visitations on Christmas Eve. Folks might not have had much to sing about in England in 1860, but this musical will make you believe otherwise. Kenneth More's musical number as the Ghost of Christmas Present is especially entertaining.
In 1860, cranky old miser Ebenezer Scrooge hates Christmas; loathes people and defends the decrease of the surplus of poor population; runs his bank exploiting his employee Bob Cratchit and clients, giving a bitter treatment to his own nephew and acquaintances. However, on Christmas Eve, he is visited by the doomed ghost of his former partner Jacob Marley that tells him that three spirits would visit him that night. The first one, the spirit of Christmas Past, recalls his miserable youth when he lost his only love due to his greed; the spirit of Christmas Present shows him the poor situation of Bob's family and how joyful life may be; and the spirit of Christmas Future shows his fate. Scrooge finds that life is good and time is too short and suddenly you are not there anymore, changing his behavior toward Christmas, Bob, his nephew and people in general.
39. Cimarron City (1958 TV Series)
Episode: Cimarron Holiday (1958)
Cimarron City's businessmen hopes of organizing the big Founders' Day celebration without their wives' knowledge are soon dashed. The women determine that a little culture is need for the festivities and assign the men their roles in their version of Dickens' "A Christmas Carol'. Just before the big day, the child selected to play Tiny Tim announces that he won't go on stage unless his father can see his performance. Unfortunely the man has been arrested in a neighboring town for stealing chickens.
40. Little Mosque on the Prairie (2007 TV Series)
Episode: Eid's a Wonderful Life (2007)
This year, the Muslim celebration of Eid is falling close to Christmas. Layla has been asked to do a reading from 'A Christmas Carol' at the school's holiday production. Baber objects, until he finds out it is a multi-faith production and Layla can do a Muslim reading about Eid instead. What's worse for Layla is that Baber wants to do it with her. Feeling nostalgic for Christmas, Sarah, with support from Rayyan, decides that a few decorations and such for Eid at the mosque would be a good thing. If they happen to resemble Christmas decorations, that also is not a bad thing. Since Fatima boycotts Eid at the mosque due to their over the top Christmas decorations, Sarah and Rayyan have to cook the Eid feast at the mosque. Fatima also decides to have her own Eid feast of fresh lamb at the café. Amaar and Reverend Magee argue over parking at the mosque as the Eid celebration coincides with the Reverend's Ring-Ding-a-Singalong. When Sarah and Rayyan's cooking is a bust, Fatima's dinner is non-existent and the Reverend's Ring-Ding-a-Singalong gets no attendees, the collective three failures combine to form one success. Meanwhile, there's something about Yasir's arch enemy, Boutros, that seems vaguely familiar.
Christmas is around the corner and Sarah's blue. She misses the fun and pageantry of her pre-conversion Christmasses. Rayyan vows to make this year's Muslim festival, Eid al-hada, a little more Christmassy to cheer up her mom. And: the Christmas rush leads to trouble at the mosque, where Amaar and Magee come into conflict over limited parking.
41. Breakfast with Scot (2007)
The hockey career of former Toronto Maple Leaf Eric McNally, who was known as a tough enforcer, came to an end with a shoulder injury. He is now a sportscaster. Except to his assistant Nula, what he hasn't told his work colleagues is that he is gay and that he is in a long term relationship with a sports lawyer named Sam. Eric feels that he can't be openly gay as an ex-hockey player or as a public figure still associated with professional hockey. Eric and Sam's life is turned upside down when they take temporary custody of Scot Latour, whose drug addict mother, Julie, recently passed away from a drug overdose. Julie assigned custody of Scot to her ex-boyfriend, Billy, who is Sam's deadbeat brother. Sam is certain that Billy will eventually come for Scot when he learns that Julie's insurance money also comes with custody. Having only had Julie's influence in his life, Scot is a flamboyant adolescent, who wears make-up, a feather boa and his mother's charm bracelet, and who loves musicals and singing Christmas carols. As they all wait for Billy's arrival, Eric, despite not being Scot's father, and Scot have to figure out how to come to terms with each other - Scot being a boy who expresses himself freely whatever the consequences, and Eric always being concerned about maintaining a macho exterior - within their temporary guardian/charge relationship.
42. Follow the Sun (1961 TV Series)
Episode: Mele Kalikimaka to You (1961)
At Christmas time, Ben and Eric have little holiday spirit, and cynically plan to write a seasonal story so mawkish and sentimental, it will be republished every year. As a model they use Dickens' "A Christmas Carol", but it inspires them to test it's premise by giving a heartless loan shark a Christmas party.
43. Atop the Fourth Wall (2008 TV Series)
Episode: Zombies Christmas Carol #1-3 (2015)
So many re-tellings of Charles Dickens' classic tale of A Christmas Carol, each with their own unique spin. Take Marvel for instance, who felt what this timeless story was missing was the undead. Join Linkara as he reads issues 1-3 of Zombies Christmas Carol - or The Walking Humbug.
44. Atop the Fourth Wall (2008 TV Series)
Episode: Batman: Noel (2012)
For Christmas Eve, Linkara reviews a really good Christmas Carol comic adaptation: the Batman graphic novel Noel. Also Harvey encounters the ghost of Christmas Future who turns out to be Linkara Prime and we learn the real reason for the tension between Harvey and Linkara.
45. Atop the Fourth Wall (2008 TV Series)
Episode: Zombies Christmas Carol #4-5 (2015)
Linkara resumes the zombie version of A Christmas Carol in which Scrooge is visited by the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come - or will never come. The specter shows Scrooge a future in which zombies have taken over the world, as well as his whole house. The miser must learn to embrace Christmas and show good will to his fellow man in order to save the human race. Yep, just as Charles Dickens intended.
46. All American Christmas Carol (2013)
Living for fun, shouldering no responsibilities and trolloping around in a drunken haze with any guy who'll have her, Cindy Wegman is trailer park trash through and through - so much so that when one of her kids' fathers dies and returns to herald the coming of three Christmas spirits to guide her towards redemption (ala Dickens' 'A Christmas Carol'), she only gets the trashy sort she deserves.
47. Angels and Ornaments (2014 TV Movie)
Although she is still upset from a recent breakup, Corrine (Gilsig) happily prepares for her favorite holiday: Christmas! A gifted musician, Corrine auditions for a solo in a community Christmas concert and plays Christmas carols on the piano to patrons of the music store where she works with childhood friend Dave (Abbey). Her holiday season gets an unexpected dose of romance, when Harold (Di Zio), a mysterious new coworker, tries to form a love connection between Corrine and Dave. With Harold's help, Corrine begins to view Dave in a new light, though she questions Harold's intense interest in her love life. Unbeknownst to Corrine, Harold is on a Christmas Eve deadline from a higher power to fulfill this holiday fairytale! As the clock ticks down to Harold's fairytale mission deadline, Corrine must decide if she will open up to Christmas love.
48. ChuckleVision (1987 TV Series)
Episode: Christmas Chuckle (2002)
In a take on Dickens' 'A Christmas Carol', Paul is a miserly Victorian sweet shop owner, who bullies his brother Barry but has a change of heart when visited by the Ghost of Christmas Past. Barry decides to capitalise on this by dressing up as other ghosts in order to make Paul treat him more decently. Ultimately they become so benevolent to those less well off that they give everything in the shop away.
49. Donkey's Christmas Shrektacular (2010 Short Film)
Donkey suggests everyone sing Christmas carols. Donkey sings "It's the Most Wonderful Time". Shrek, Fiona, the Ogre children, and the army of ogres sing an ogre version of "Jingle Bells" (i.e. "Bug Cocoon, Lick the spoon. Try our cricket slurp). Puss in Boots sings "Feliz Navidad", although he titles it "Fleas Navidad". Then everyone sings "Jingle Bell Rock", but they title it "Fairy Tale Rock".
50. Winnie the Pooh: Springtime with Roo (2004 Video)
A wonderful adaptation of the Charles Dickens's classic, A Christmas Carol. An overexcited Roo, along with Pooh, Piglet, Tigger and Eeyore, pay Rabbit a visit to celebrate Easter. But instead of finding an Easter party they find a Spring Cleaning day celebration. Rabbit refuses to celebrate Easter and a very disappointed Roo tries to cheer him up. How can they celebrate Easter without the Easter Bunny? Past, present and future intertwine in this marvelous movie, as the characters jump from page to page, teaching everyone a very valuable lesson.
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