Blackout gags about the holidays. New Year's (the baby speaks to us). Valentine's Day (it's Leap Year, so the girl turns to the boy) Washington's Birthday (the cherry tree story). Arbor Day (a dog directs the placement of the tree). Easter (the bunny is menaced by the fox, who turns out to be a softy). April 1: no picture. Mother's Day: a decidedly low key reunion. Graduation day: the boy gets his diploma, and promptly joins a bread line. Halloween: the witch rides her broom, towing an advertising banner. Thanksgiving: A turkey for dinner, in more ways than one. Christmas: Santa's sleigh is an ice cream truck. New Year's: The Tournament of Roses parade; we see some floats. Written by
Jon Reeves <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
Thanksgiving: a turkey day and a day of feasting throughout the land, when everyone has a turkey for dinner.
[praying, speaking indistinctly
And thank you for this lovely turkey. TURKEY? WHAT AM I SAYING?
[he runs off; his tail feathers form a circle, then follow him
Spoofs The Lone Ranger
For He's a Jolly Good Fellow
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