As the holiday season approaches in South Park, Kyle finds himself in a bind. On the one hand, he feels left out as the only Jew when everyone is celebrating Christmas. On the other, none of the other kids believe him when he tries to tell them about Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo. When the real Mr. Hankey shows up, only Kyle and see him and ends up getting locked in a mental hospital. Meanwhile, the rest of the town is in an uproar, with everyone finding something in the school holiday pageant to be offended by. Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <email@example.com>
Did You Know?
The lyrics Kyle sings in "The Dreydel Song," "Second verse, same as the first," come from the hit song by Herman's Hermits
called "I'm Henry VIII, I Am." See more
After Mr. Hankey comes out of his box on stage, he fails to leave stains wherever he walks, except when he kisses Kyle. See more
It's hard to be a Jew on Christmas My Friends won't let me join in any games... And I can't sing Christmas songs Or decorate a Christmas tree... Or leave water out for Rudolph 'cause there's something wrong with me... My people don't believe in Jesus Christ's divinity... I'm a Jew, a lonely Jew... on Christmas.
Mr. Hankey, The Christmas Poo
Written by Trey Parker
& Matt Stone
Performed by Trey Parker
, Matt Stone
& Kirsten Dunst See more