TV Funhouse: Snowglobe

The Narrator That Ruined Christmas blames the 9/11 attacks for his jaded attitude toward the holiday this year.

Mercury Theater A Christmas Carol 1939

Mercury Theater With Orson Welles Show Titled A Christmas Story. Original Air Date Was 12/24/1939. At the time, this was heard on Sundays at 8pm(et)...directly opposite NBC's "CHASE AND SANBORN HOUR" [with Don Ameche, Edgar Bergen & "Charlie McCarthy", Donald Dixon, and guest star Gloria Jean].

The Simpsons: Roasting on an Open Fire

Also known as "The Simpsons Christmas Special", is the first full-length episode of The Simpsons to air despite originally being the eighth episode produced for season one. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on December 17, 1989.

In the episode, Homer discovers that he will not be getting a Christmas bonus and thus the family has no money to buy Christmas presents. He decides to keep their financial troubles a secret and gets a job as a shopping mall Santa, but later discovers that the job does not pay enough. Desperate for a miracle, Homer and Bart go to the dog racing track on Christmas Eve in hopes of earning some money.

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40 Years on, Joan Baez Returns to Vietnam

Folk singer Joan Baez peace mission to North Vietnam in 1972 was interrupted by the reality of war. Now, 40 years later the social activist returned to the bunker which once sheltered her through the Christmas bombings. (April 9)

Preferably Blue

Based on real events, Preferably Blue is the story of a very lonely, and very bitter Easter Bunny. Fuelled by ego, jealousy, vodka and anti-depressants, Easter Bunny hatches a plan that will see the holiday spotlight shift from his old foe Santa, firmly back onto himself. But while he progresses his vodka fuelled plan, he learns something about himself that will change Christmas forever.

Harlem Shake (Peanuts Edition)

The only good Harlem Shake video.

Song: "Harlem Shake" written, recorded, and produced by Baauer

Video: "A Charlie Brown Christmas" created and written by Charles M. Schulz, directed and produced by Bill Melendez, based on the comic strip "Peanuts" created by Charles M. Schulz

Ask Archer


Happy Xmas, or, errr, Kwanza? Hanukkah?

Mother!? Why can't i just say "Holidays?"

Oh, right - BECAUSE IT'S FOX!

oh, whatever - Pick One!

Coming down after the new year, FX (who own all the rights)