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An Angry Nerd Christmas Carol: Part 1 

The Nerd receives a crappy present which is a NES game of Home Alone 2. So he decides to review the game only to find the choice of enemies and the layouts of the levels to be very terrible... See full summary »

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(as James D. Rolfe)

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(original novel), (as James D. Rolfe)

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Craig Skistimas ...
Ghost of Christmas Past (as Stuttering Craig)
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Storyline

The Nerd receives a crappy present which is a NES game of Home Alone 2. So he decides to review the game only to find the choice of enemies and the layouts of the levels to be very terrible. His main complaint about the game is that some platforms you can't get on and there are some enemies you can't stun. After he can't take the game anymore he rants on about how he hates poorly made games and how he hates the holiday of Christmas in the same mannerism as Scrooge from the Christmas Carol. After shaking his game shelf a Sega Genesis game comes off the top shelf and knock the Nerd out cold. Then he finds himself being greeted by the Ghost of Christmas Past. Written by J LeGault

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Release Date:

18 December 2007 (USA)  »

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The first half of the opening and closing song is an electric guitar rendition of "Oh What a Merry Christmas Day" from Mickey's Christmas Carol (1983). See more »

Quotes

Ghost of Christmas Past: Greetings, Nerd. Forgive this intrusion, for it is I, the Ghost of Christmas Past.
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References The Itchy & Scratchy Game (1994) See more »

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Carole of the Bells
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Music by Mykola Dmytrovych Leontovych and lyrics by Peter Wilhousky
Courtesy of FreshMusic.com
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