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"Christmas With the Aquabats!"
Season 2, Episode 6
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Production Code: 301
Airdate: December 21, 2013
Credits
Director: Jason deVilliers
Written by: Tyler Jacobs
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"Christmas With the Aquabats!" is the sixth episode of the second season of The Aquabats! Super Show! It premiered on the Hub Network on December 21 at 1 pm ET/10 am PT.

Synopsis[]

Ricky’s perfect Christmas is threatened when the Aquabats, en route to play at a tree lighting ceremony at a ski resort, take a wrong turn and arrive in a strange village controlled by a creature named the Krampus, and are convicted of breaking a law that forbids any Yuletide celebration. Their only chance at saving themselves and Christmas is for the big man himself, Santa, to lend a mitten!

Cartoons[]

Lil Bat Cartoon[]

Lil Bat goes from door to door, intentionally annoying people with his horrible caroling, until he meets a woman who's voice is so high pitched and beautiful that even Santa hears it, and he subsequently explodes from it.

Commercials[]

A Japanese language commercial for a man in a Christmas Tree suit to replace a regular tree, showing how it would be funner and protect against burglars.

Music[]

Christmas Is Special[]

Ricky sings a song about Christmas as a cartoon of himself plays. This song was later reused for the Kooky Kristmas Party!

Christmas is Awesome[]

A special holiday tune from the Aquabats. This song was later reused for the Kooky Kristmas Party! and the I Want A Hippopotamus For Christmas Too! EP.

Characters[]

Trivia[]

  • Santa was played by Matt Walsh of "Veep", and the Krampus was voiced by Robert Smigel, who also voiced Triumph the Insult Comic Dog in the first episode of The Aquabats Super Kickstarter campaign.
  • This was the first episode to be uploaded to YouTube.
  • The credits was moved up in the end slate, while clips from The Return of the Aquabats and Bad Apple! play over. Also, the Hub Network logo was seen in the original version, but however, it was omitted in the remastered version.
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