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Mary, Joseph and Larry 

It's December 23rd, and Larry gets up to get a midnight snack. He eats some cookies in the refrigerator. Unfortunately, those cookies were a nativity scene that Cheryl's devoutly religious ... See full summary »

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It's December 23rd, and Larry gets up to get a midnight snack. He eats some cookies in the refrigerator. Unfortunately, those cookies were a nativity scene that Cheryl's devoutly religious sister was preparing, and being Christmas Eve, it's too late to get a replacement. Larry scrambles to find a replacement, which he does in the form of a live nativity scene at a local church. But a hair stuck in Larry's throat means no nativity scene. Written by halo1k

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10 November 2002 (USA)  »

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Larry uses his famous staredown for the first time. See more »

Goofs

When Larry visits Jeff's office, the black binders on the credenza behind Jeff's desk change from the upright position to leaning against the green vase and back to the upright position between shots. See more »

Quotes

[Larry accidentally eats decorative manger scene cookies]
Becky: You ate the baby Jesus and his mother Mary.
Larry: I thought they were animal cookies.
Cheryl's Dad: Animal Cookies? What, are you kidding me?
Becky: Jesus Christ is not an animal.
Larry: I thought he was a monkey.
Cheryl's Dad: A monkey? Oh, please.
Cheryl's Mom: Larry, have you no shame?
Becky: The Son of God is not a monkey, Larry.
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Three Little Maids
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Written by W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan
Arranged by Bob Childs
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