Clone High: Season 1, Episode 11

Snowflake Day: A Very Special Holiday Episode (13 Apr. 2003)

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Joan of Arc learns what inclusive, non-religious holidays are all about.

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Cast

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Abe Lincoln (voice)
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Gandhi (voice)
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Cleopatra (voice) (as Christa Miller Lawrence)
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JFK / Vice Principal Mr. Butlertron (voice) (as Christopher R. Miller)
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Joan of Arc (voice)
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Herself? (voice)
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Toots / King Kwanzaa / Wally / Guy in Commercial (voice)
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Snowflake Jake / Julius Caesar / Carl (voice)
Judah Miller ...
Dreidelstein (voice)
Murray Miller ...
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Girl in Commercial (voice)
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Joan of Arc learns what inclusive, non-religious holidays are all about.

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This episode did not air during the original airing on the series, as Teletoon normally does not air Holiday themed episodes outside of the holiday time period, but in this case they made an exception, after several viewer requests. The episode finally aired on April 13, 2003. See more »

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[Joan of Arc is ranting about Snowflake Day to the girl in the dumpster]
Joan of Arc: Who cares about spices and seasonings and traditional snowflake meats? Snowflake day is just another made up holiday courtesy of the Greeting Card Industry, just like Valentine's Day and Easter.
[Two Greeting Card Industry assassins stand on a rooftop nearby. One wields a rifle]
Greeting Card Industry Assassin: [whispering] I can take her out right now.
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