Hoops and Yoyo wait up to see Santa, and inadvertently end up in his sleigh, traveling with him through the time-space continuum that allows Santa to visit everyone in the world in one ...
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hoops&yoyo's last minute search for costumes gets them locked inside the mall after closing, and they discover it is haunted at night. Through a series of frightening events, they learn that "monsters" aren't always who they seem to be.
Hoops and Yoyo wait up to see Santa, and inadvertently end up in his sleigh, traveling with him through the time-space continuum that allows Santa to visit everyone in the world in one night. When they fall off the sleigh part-way through the continuum, they find themselves back in time with a young Kris Kringle, who has not yet become the magical toy-giver we know of today. Their arrival back in time disrupts the natural order of events that will make Kris Kringle, Santa, forcing the duo into a desperate race to set things right so that the world will have its Santa Claus. Written by
Yoyo, Hoops and Piddles are big Santa Claus fans. They wait on the roof to see him. They sneak on his sleigh and get thrown back in time. They disrupt young stable boy Kris Kringle who is working to compete for Master Toymaker. They try to fix what they wreck. Eventually, Kris Kringle is able to fix his toy and enter into the competition. Then they discover children are strictly forbidden from the toys.
These characters will either annoy you or charm you. I bet on annoyance for most adults although little kids may like the wacky voices and bright colors. I'm willing to give them a chance. I really like the story. It's very Christmas and has a sweet message. Most importantly, it has the essence of Santa Claus and fits a Christmas TV special.
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