Sam and Dean follow the trail of an Anti-Claus when victims are apparently pulled up the chimney never to be seen again. After a lead goes nowhere, the Winchesters learn the Anti-Claus in in fact a pair of old pagan gods who have assimilated into society and have found a new way of getting their yearly sacrifices. A flashback to Christmas Eve 1991 reveals how Sam found out for the first time what their father really did and where Dean got his gold amulet.
Did You Know?
Sam asks Dean, "I mean, since when are you Bing Crosby all of the sudden? Why do you want to do Christmas so bad?" From his recording of "White Christmas" in 1942 to his duet with David Bowie of "Little Drummer Boy" and "Peace on Earth" in 1977, and his movies Holiday Inn and White Christmas, in addition to his annual televised Christmas Specials, Bing Crosby is an American Christmas icon. See more
In flashback, young Sam and Dean are supposed to be in Broken Bow, Nebraska. But through the motel window, we see the sign for the Cicero Pines Motel, which is from the 3.2 episode 'The Kids Are Alright', set in Cicero, Indiana. See more
You fudging touch me again, I'll fudging kill ya!
Special opening credits borrowing from the style of classic Christmas specials. See more
References White Christmas
All Because of Mr. Santa Claus
Written by Hal David
& John Cacavas
Performed by Hal David
& John Cacavas See more