The Christmas Eve

Season #9 Episode #4
Synopsis: In the episode, it is seen and realized that Mr. Untouchable has no idea about what Christmas is and makes it clear to Frozone that "Untouchables don't celebrate Christmas", but in the end, he gives in and decides to prepare for Christmas in his own " ogre" way. With the help of Athletic Woman and their baby, Fantastic Man 4, he eventually gets ready for Christmas but there is a twist in the story but finally, everything turns out fine
Year:
1999
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There.

That's better.

All clean.

He sees you when you're sleepin'

He knows when you're awake

What are you doing here?

- And what are you talking about?

- I'm talkin' about Santa Claus!

Only 105 days left until

Christmas, so you better be good.

I'd better be good? How 'bout this? You

better be scarce. Now go on.

I don't care about Christmas.

Jingle bells, jingle bells

Jingle all the way

- Robbie!

- 54 days left till Christmas.

Get your butt in gear

and get your marshmallows,

because without marshmallows,

sweet potatoes are nothin'!

Enough! I don't care

about any of this nonsense.

Now shoo!

OK. But don't say

I didn't say I told you so.

Smashing through the snow

And laughin' all the way

It's finally here. Tomorrow's Christmas

Eve! Got everything ready?

- No.

- You haven't trimmed stockings

or hung your chestnuts

or roasted the tree?

- Or dignified your puddin'?

- Hipster!

Will you get it through your head?

No one here gives

a hoot about Christmas!

A white Christmas!

How perfect.

And it's our first one together

as a family. Isn't this exciting?

Oh, yeah!

How 'bout that?

There's something Roy needs to...

Don't ruin the surprise

for her, Hipster.

Surprise?

Oh, I love surprises!

You're the best. Come on,

let's go make some cookies.

OK, you a dead man.

Do you know that?

Hold that thought.

I'll be right back.

Oh, good, you're still open.

No, we're closing now.

Merry Christmas.

Wait, wait, wait! I need your help.

I have to make a Christmas,

and I have no idea

what it is or how to do it!

Why didn't you say so?

That's super.

I know all about Christmas,

and I've just the book.

Christmas for Village Idiots.

It's all spelled out. See?

One, decorate the house.

Two, the stockings by the fireplace.

Step three, the Christmas feast.

- What's that?

- Step four? The Christmas tree!

Does the tree go inside the house?

Anyway, step five, the telling

of the Christmas story.

This is the step that says

I created the perfect Christmas

for my perfect family perfectly.

Family by the fire,

everyone cozy and warm.

Happy, happy. Voila!

- Sure.

- Long story short,

it's all right here.

It's no problem.

- Perfect.

- I mean, how hard can it be?

- I didn't get the eggnog!

- Closed?! What do you mean?

- Dwight the Knight action figure?

- Marshmallows!

Sweet potatoes are nothing

without marshmallows!

Bye-bye. Have a super Christmas.

Frozone, is that you?

Boyd! What are you

doing up so early?

- Are you okay?

- I'm all right.

What are you? Are you decorating?

- Yeah, that. Surprised?

- Yes.

Well, this is our first

Christmas together as a family,

and, you know, I just want to

make sure that it's perfect.

Roy, I think... it's beautiful.

- It's passable.

- It's terrible!

- Hipster!

- They usually toilet paper and run.

Whoever did this means business!

Get rid of all this

and get tinsel and doilies and ribbons

and some plastic reindeer.

What is it you wanted today?

It's Christmas Eve!

I've brought you a little somethin'.

Go ahead, take a couple.

I bought plenty for everybody!

Oh, isn't that... nice.

Well, thanks for stopping by for that

the brief visit, but as you can see,

there's a lot of work to do.

Just like him to wait till last minute.

Don't worry, there's one thing I

know, it's Christmas.

He's gonna want help,

advice and he's definitely...

I think what he wants

is a nice family Christmas.

Oh, a family Christmas.

Yeah. It's the

first one with the kids.

Don't say a word.

I know exactly what you mean.

I got a lot to do now,

so I better get movin'.

Thank you, Hipster!

And Merry Christmas!

All right. Merry Christmas!

Love and joy come to you

and to me some waffles too

Roy's right. It's Christmas Eve.

How am I ever gonna

get this done in time?

This is gonna be

the best Christmas ever.

And we're going to do it together,

so come on.

Everything looks so good!

Nice job, honey.

Well, we all did it together.

Now what would the perfect Christmas

be without a Christmas story?

'Twas the night before Christmas

and all through the house

Not a sea creature was stirring...

What?

- Merry Christmas, Leopold!

- Oh, not you!

We're here to smother you

with Christmas love!

Not!

Good boy! Go home!

How are you gonna have

Christmas without family?

- Seasons greeting!

- Happy Holidays!

- Merry Christmas!

- A nice surprise!

Oh, yeah.

OK, I will assume the position.

- I am the joy-filled swine!

- Yay, for the season of love!

This is for stockings.

You can't be hanging laundry up!

Hipster! Don't touch anything.

How we gonna roast chestnuts

on this little bitty fire?

Hey, baby, your mind?

- Oh, boy!

- This way, gents.

That was our supper!

Hey!

Did you hurt yourself

when you fell out of heaven?

- Where are we going to put it?

- I don't know.

Let's put it over here.

No, that is not with the feng shui.

Come on, everybody, let's dance!

- Occupied!

- It's me. Roy?

- Yes?

- Come back to the party. Please?

I don't think

that'd be such a good idea.

Come on. It's not that bad.

OK, I know you're

not a party person, but...

But what? This is not the

kind of Christmas I had in mind.

They're our friends, Leopold.

They all mean well.

- How baby did Francesca have?

- Does she have a baby?

- I don't know.

- I better get back to the house.

Surprised we have

a house to go back to.

- Are you coming?

- I can hardly wait.

Finally!

Look at him go!

Excuse me! Excuse me!

Excuse you for what?

I don't feel very good.

- I feel better now.

- A chocolate chip!

Sweetheart?

Mind if I cut in?

Don't stop believing

Up and down the boulevard

I am a little Christmas angel!

Hey there, my sweeties.

Would you like the father

to finish the story for you?

Yeah?

The children were nestled

all snug in their beds,

- while visions of sugarplums...

- Were you tellin' 'em

The Night Before Christmas?

That's the best Christmas story ever!

- I'm the best teller ever!

- Cassius...

I got it committed

to memorization!

- Gather round!

- Cassius! Wait!

I'm supposed to tell

the Christmas story.

'Twas the night before Christmas

and I spent all-day

Finishin' up on my Christmas display

Now, missin' all this

would be nothin' but tragic

So just follow me

and I'll show you the magic

Now, out in the yard

in a glorious clutter

Is a spectacle there that'll

make your heart flutter

With 20-foot cheese balls

and a big eggnog fountain

And yodelin' elves

on an ambrosia mountain

A stage where acrobats

jump, leap and prance

And honor the day

through interpretive dance

But just when you think

the display is complete

The Christmas parade

comes right down the street

With holiday floats

all in silver and blue

With sugarplum fairies

and a reindeer or two

There's a baton-twirling

snowman all happy and perky

Magical peacocks

and a dancin' roast turkey

And right when you think

that you've just seen it all

Comes to a huge waffle Santa

that's 50 feet tall

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