Stan goes to the past to keep Jane Fonda from ruining Christmas, but he winds up creating an alternate future where the United States has been taken over by the Soviet Union.

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Francine Smith (voice)
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Steve Smith (voice)
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Hayley Smith (voice)
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Klaus (voice)
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Terry Bates (voice)
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Donald Sutherland / Robert DeNiro (voice)
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Caroler #1 / John Hinkley (voice)
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Matt McKenna ...
Alan J. Pakula (voice)
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When Langley Falls is prevented from lighting their Christmas Tree, and the "war on Christmas" hits the local mall, Stan sees his favorite holiday ruined. That night, Stan is visited by the Ghost of Christmas Past, who has come to show him the true meaning of Christmas. However, Stan escapes when the Ghost of Christmas Past takes him back to the seventies, and he becomes convinced that killing Jane Fonda will save Christmas. Written by BRo

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17 December 2006 (USA)  »

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During season 1, Roger complains about how he can't talk to people due to having to be in hiding. However, he is seen in the 70's talking to many people in the usual disguises talking to people and having jobs. See more »

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When Stan, Francine, and Michelle visit the Smith house under Communist control, the front door is hinged on the opposite side. See more »

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Donald Sutherland: [Sutherland saying to a lady in a restaurant] You know, you should get involved in politics. Let's talk about it over drinks. Maybe at my place?
Stan Smith: [Stan listening in to Sutherland's conversation] Let's talk about it over your brains. Maybe all over the place?
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Written by Van McCoy
Performed by Van McCoy & The Soul City Symphony
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