VeggieTales: The Toy That Saved Christmas  Season #1 Episode #6

Synopsis: The Toy That Saved Christmas is the sixth episode of VeggieTales and the first Christmas special of the series.
Genre: Animation

And so the pig and the giant lizard brought the boy back to his family at the bowling alley and they all lived happily ever after. The end.

That was a neat story, Grandpa George. Can you tell me another one?

Oh, I'd love to, Annie. But if you don't get some sleep, you're gonna be pooped tomorrow. And you know what tomorrow is.


That's right! So let's just close our little eyes...

Oh, please, Grandpa, just one more story!

Oh... Your mom's gonna be--

Oh, she won't mind. Just one more story. A christmas story!

Ehhh... Oh, all right. I suppose one more story won't hurt. Besides, what are grandpas for, anyways?

Oh, thank you, Grandpa George!

Now let's see, a christmas story... Oh, did I ever tell you about the town that didn't get christmas?

You mean they didn't have christmas?

No, I mean they didn't get Christmas. They had christmas. They loved the packaging and the toys and everything, but they didn't understand what Christmas was really about! Now let's see, what was the name of that... Dinkletown! That's it! I used to deliver the mail there!

(Cuts to daytime, George driving his truck down to Dinkletown.)

(Captions "Big Idea Productions Presents" and the title "The Toy That Saved Christmas" comes up.)

Now the children of dinkletown loved to see me around christmas time 'cause they all thought they was getting something.

I can't believe it's christmas

I think I'm finally getting something

Can't believe it's christmas

My favorite time of year!

I can't believe it's christmas

Been dreaming of a sugar plum thing

Can't believe it's christmas

Oh boy, it's finally here!

(as all the kids are hopping merrily around him) Whoa! Now wait a minute! I only got one package today, and it's for house number four! Now let's see, which one's house number four?

Ho ho, away we go with rosy cheeks and hearts a glowing

Hey hey, our favorite day, it makes us wanna cheer

Yo ho, we love the snow

At least we know we won't be moving

Ya hey we'd like to say that christmas time is here!

(The head of the snowman falls. George dodges quickly, but the package is sent hurling towards the roof of a house stuck.)


We can't believe it's christmas

Been waiting for a million hours

Can't believe it's christmas

Oh what a nifty day!

We can't believe it's christmas

Took fourteen baths and eighteen showers

Can't believe it's christmas

And now it's time to play!

We can't believe it's christmas

We think we're finally getting something

Can't believe it's christmas

Our favorite time of year!

We can't believe it's christmas

Been dreaming of a sugar plum thing

Can't believe it's christmas

Oh boy it's finally...

Oy, my spinely!

Boy it's finally here!

Where did the...? Oh, number four. Well, that was easy.

(George falls back down. Cuts to inside of the house, where the kids open up the package.)

What is it?

It's got a button!

Push it! Push it!

(The button is pushed, forming a christmas tree.)


(Suddenly, a commercial is displayed on the TV.)

Mr. Nezzer:
Ho ho ho! Merry christmas! Say, kids, have you got the don't know what I want for christmas blues? Well, if I know anything about toys--and you know I do--I know just what you're looking for! You want a toy that's fun. You want a toy that's cute. But most of all, you want a toy with a fully functional buzzsaw built into its right arm. That's right - You want buzzsaw louie! Cool, huh? But wait, there's more! Buzzsaw Louie also knows the true meaning of christmas. All you have to do is press his nose...

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Phil Vischer

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