South Park: Season 3, Episode 15

Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics (1 Dec. 1999)

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Mr. Hankey hosts a collection of Christmas songs sung by South Park characters.

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Stan Marsh / Eric Cartman / Postman / Mr. Hankey / Man on Portaloo / Hitler / Satan / John F. Kennedy / James Stewart / Mr. Mackey / Mr. Garrison / McCormick's Host / Santa (voice)
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Mr. Hankey hosts a traditional Christmas special, featuring holiday musical numbers performed by various members of the cast. Songs include Kyle's family singing The Driedel Song, Satan singing Christmas In Hell, and Mr. Garrison singing a song ordering all religions of the world to come together in worshiping Jesus for Christmas. This episode was also a tribute to cast member Mary Kay Bergman, who had died earlier that year. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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The pianist in the Jesus & Santa song segment is a caricature of Marc Shaiman who wrote the music for this episode with Trey Parker and Matt Stone. They previously worked together on South Park: Bigger Longer & Uncut (1999) and this caricature appears in that too as the pianist for Big Gay Al's "I'm Super!" musical number. See more »

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Cartman takes one of the stars above the middle hump on the back of the sofa, but the one shown missing soon after is the one to the left. See more »

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Kyle Broflovski: Hey! Shut your mouth, fat ass!
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O Tannenbaum
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Traditional German Christmas Carol
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Stone and Parker are the kings of musicals
30 November 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In the summer of 1999 Trey Parker and Matt Stone released "South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut," which was easily the best musical of the 90's. In Christmas 1999 they solidified their reputations as musical masterminds with this Christmas special.

How else can I put it? The songs are just too good! They're fun, imaginative, and never ever EVER boring. Never ever. Plot? What plot? There's Christmas songs, and the South Park characters are singing them... to musics and lyrics arranged by Matt and Trey! What more could you possibly want? I'm serious, watch this episode, right now! And rewatch it every Christmas. After "The Woodland Critter Christmas" (Season 8), this is South Park's best holiday-themed episode.


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