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Abed's Uncontrollable Christmas 

When Abed wakes up to discover that everything is in stop motion animation, Professor Duncan and the study group help him try to discover the true meaning of Christmas.

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Jeff Winger (voice)
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Britta Perry (voice)
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Abed Nadir (voice)
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Shirley Bennett (voice)
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Annie Edison (voice)
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Troy Barnes (voice)
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Ben Chang (voice)
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Dean Pelton (voice)
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When Abed wakes up in stop-motion animation, he takes it as a sign that he and the group must re-discover the meaning of Christmas. Meanwhile, Jeff and Britta become growingly concerned about Abed's mental health and enlist the help of Professor Duncan. The group undergoes hypnosis to explore Abed's winter wonderland and soon unravel the truth behind Abed's madness. Written by NBC Publicity

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Trivia

Abed's mom's Christmas card ends with the phrase "Wash your dupa". "Dupa" is the Polish word for "ass". See more »

Goofs

Professor Duncan, during a flashback to his 10th Christmas, Professor Duncan says that he is seeing them in their flat on 52nd Street in Islington. There is no 52nd Street in Islington. See more »

Quotes

Troy Barnes: Who taught you therapy, Michael Jackson's dad?
Professor Ian Duncan: I am a professional, and you are interfering with a very fragile book deal... I mean, human being.
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Connections

Referenced in Community: G.I. Jeff (2014) See more »

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Greendale is Where I Belong
Performed by Ludwig Göransson
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Best Christmas special I've ever seen
20 January 2013 | by See all my reviews

This is without a doubt the best Christmas special of any TV show I've seen. Since I saw that it was going to be all in stop motion animation I was smiling. Loved it all the story was charming and touching and of course Abed's character was brilliantly portrayed by Danny Pudi (even though it was just through his voice) he really made the episode an emotional learning experience about the meaning of Christmas. The animation was very well done and the short songs were a great addition. All in all the episode had me smiling the entire way through and confirming that this is definitely if not the best then one of the best TV comedy shows on in recent years.


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