Ryan is officially introduced to the bi-religious holiday of 'Chrismukkah', thanks to Seth who has set this up for his parents; the Catholic Kristin and the Jewish Sandy. At the same time, ... See full summary »

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Ryan is officially introduced to the bi-religious holiday of 'Chrismukkah', thanks to Seth who has set this up for his parents; the Catholic Kristin and the Jewish Sandy. At the same time, Seth insists he has two Godly forces helping him as he continues to play both Summer and Anna by claiming he has chosen the other. Meanwhile, Marissa slides more into depression and debauchery over her family life problems and gets arrested for shoplifting with Ryan. It gets worse when she gets drunk at Seth's 'Chrismukkah' party and nearly gets arrested for drunk driving while Ryan covers for her, and afterwords gets into a fight with her saying she can't do this to herself anymore. Kirsten does something that could cost her more than just her job over speaking out of her father Caleb's shady business deals. Summer and Anna find out about Seth's playing of them and decide to give him a 'very special gift' to make him choose which one he wants to be with. Written by Anonymous

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The length of Kirsten's hair changes throughout the episode. At the beginning her fringe is short (eg. when she is talking to Caleb) then at the Newport group Christmas party it is longer, then at the end of the episode her fringe is short again. See more »

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Seth: I've got Jesus and Moses working on my side.
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References It's a Wonderful Life (1946) See more »

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Santa Claus is Coming to Town
Written by Haven Gillespie and J. Fred Coots
Performed by The Ventures
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It's a Chrismukkah miracle! a.k.a. Summr vs Anna (part 3)
9 March 2008 | by (Romania) – See all my reviews

Ryan, and the World, are officially introduced to the bi-religious holiday Chrismukkah, thanks to Seth. And Seth insists he has TWO Godly forces helping him as he plays TWO girls. Marissa has some 'discount shopping' to do, and finds herself in an embarrassing situation, or two, or three. Kirsten does something that could cost her more than just her job. Summer and Anna each have very special gifts for Seth, but which one will he like the most? And a new boy enters the Newport scene.

Wow, Chrismukkah is really a special event in the show! It's very Seth-like and it's amazing.

Marissa is getting more troubled day after day, while Ryan wants a normal holiday, with no drinking, crying or cops.

Seth receives his gifts from Anna and Summer, Anna gives him a handmade comic book, while Summer dresses herself in Wonder Woman for Seth. Eventually, the two girls pressure Seth on choosing between them.


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