Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip: Season 1, Episode 11

The Christmas Show (4 Dec. 2006)

TV Episode  -   -  Comedy | Drama
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Danny helps Jordan with her pregnancy--but what ulterior motives does he have? Meanwhile, Matt tries to put together a Christmas-themed show without being too L.A.-phony, and Harriet gets a movie offer that could advance her career.

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Storyline

Matt gets the Christmas Spirit (despite being Jewish). Jordan gets an OB exam. Jack gets upset over an FCC fine. Simon and Tom get pedantic about the origins of Christmas traditions, and take the writing staff with them. Cal gets coconuts. Harriet gets a major movie role and a kiss. Danny gets the courage to tell Jordan how he feels (Jordan gets a sandwich). Santa gets identified as a predator (sketch). Wilson gets what he's been waiting for all his life. New Orleans Jazz gets a few minutes of air time and a standing ovation. The viewers get a few laughs, a few tears, and a Merry Christmas. Written by norcekri

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4 December 2006 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The Guest host is not named in this episode. The Guest Musical Act were performers from New Orleans. See more »

Goofs

When they do the "To Catch A Predator" sketch they talk about it being at night, but outside the window it's day time. See more »

Quotes

Matt Albie: They calculated the number of homes with children and the average weight of two presents per child.
Danny Tripp: What'd they come up with?
Matt Albie: He'd
[Santa]
Matt Albie: need 214,200 reindeer pulling a sled weighing 321,000 tons at 3000 times the speed of sound.
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References A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965) See more »

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O HOLY NIGHT
(a musical Christmas tribute to the city of New Orleans)
Arranged by W.G. Snuffy Walden, Patrick Rose and Randy Kerber
Performed by members of Tipitina's Foundation
© Warner Bros Entertainment Inc. All rights reserved
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14 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

My husband and I loved the Christmas show because of the sweet interaction between the characters and the positive Christmas point of view. We think Christmas is a special time and your show reflected that. The casual conversations between Matthew and Brad were hysterical as was the visit to the Gyn office with Brad. The musicians were fantastic and we would like to know who they are so we can buy some of their CDs. Please reveal the music source. And please continue the show. Some of the episodes did not have the conversations that sparkle like this episode did. Please keep it on the air and could we please hear the musicians again? We have replayed this episode four times already.


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