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The Nick at Nite Holiday Special (2003)

When "The Blizzard of the Century" hits the Nick At NIte Lodge, the busy holiday season is ruined. But stranded celebrites keep showing up to wait out the storm and suddenly the Lodge is ... See full summary »

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Mr. Mull, The Innkeeper
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Miss DeWitt, The Housekeeper
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Jackée, The Baker
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Mr. Schneider, The Ski Instructor
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Mr. Stewart, The Bellboy
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When "The Blizzard of the Century" hits the Nick At NIte Lodge, the busy holiday season is ruined. But stranded celebrites keep showing up to wait out the storm and suddenly the Lodge is filled with music, laugher and holiday cheer. A highly entertaining, family-friendly throwback to holiday specials of a byegone era, it includes a variety of musical performances, familiar faces from past television shows and a surprisingly diverse holiday theme that encompasses Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Musical

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28 November 2003 (USA)  »

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The man playing the saxophone during "The Christmas Song" is the show's music director Tom Scott. Scott, a two-time Grammy winner, is best known for the his popular 1970s jazz funk band LA Express. He also played with the original Blues Brothers band with John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd in the late-'70s. See more »

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The opening titles are interrupted by a fake weather report. See more »

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References The Cosby Show (1984) See more »

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