An animated Christmas special. Brighton is acting very selfishly, and Fran wishes he could learn that Christmas is not about you get but what you give. On their way to help at a homeless ... See full summary »

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Fran Fine (voice)
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Niles (voice)
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C.C. Babcock (voice)
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Grace Sheffield (voice)
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An animated Christmas special. Brighton is acting very selfishly, and Fran wishes he could learn that Christmas is not about you get but what you give. On their way to help at a homeless shelter a gust of wind whisks Fran, Brighton, and Chester to the North Pole where they meet Santa Claus, who looks a lot like Mr. Sheffield, and learn that Santa might not make it this year because of an entity called the Amazing Babcock. Written by <rcs0411@yahoo.com>

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Comedy | Family | Romance

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18 December 1995 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The title came from the Christmas carol 'Joy To The World'. See more »

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References Late Show with David Letterman (1993) See more »

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Toys to the World
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Performed by Daniel Davis and Fran Drescher
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A nice animated Christmas special
22 February 2002 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

"The Nanny" is one of the best sitcoms I know. I think that this animated episode was a very good idea of the producers. It was interesting to see all the characters animated, though they look different from how we know them from the opening cartoon. I wonder why they didn't use the same sketches?

Although this special maybe had a little more "slapstick" than the normal episodes, it was still very entertaining. OK, you had to get used to the new "roles" of the characters, "Max" playing Santa Claus, for example. But as I said, it was good, because it was different from what we usually see in "The Nanny".


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