Mr. Spacely leaves his brand new fancy car to George while he is on a business trip. Judy and Elroy take George's car for a ride, so Jane has to take Mr. Spacely's to go to the mall. Jane wrecks the car completely while she tries to find a parking space.
Mr. Spacely forces all his employees to work a "Triple-Shift" since he found out that Cogswell has won the "Tycoon of the Day" Award. George, exhausted after the 24 hours work, accidentally convinces his co-workers to go on strike. When he gets home, George destroys Elroy's athlete robot, "Jocko". To fix the problem, George disguises himself as Jocko.
R.U.D.I. starts to malfunction too much and ruins Spacely's presentation. George is ordered to relocate with his family to "Outer Moongolia". But Spacely brings the Jetsons back very quickly when R.U.D.I. threatens to destroy the factory if George doesn't return.
After being laid off of work George buys into a scheme called "DIGIFARM" and moves to the farthest planetoid in the Galaxy. Arriving they run out of fuel and crash-land so the Jetsons have to use survival to make their new home a paradise but developers take notice and move in.
What do Santa Claus and George Jetson have in common? They both have to work on Christmas eve! That mean old Mr. Spacely forces George to work late, while the family wonders what has happened to him, while Astro opens one of his presents early, breaks it, accidentally swallows a piece of it (a Spacely Sprockett) and becomes very ill. It seems the Jetsons may lose their Tiny Tim-like dog. Plus, Mr. Spacely is visited by his old partner, Jacob Marsley, who tells him of three spirits that will visit him. And they do, first the Past ghost robot who shows him young Spacely...