Animaniacs Episode 49
Air date: December 24, 1993
Season: 1
Variable verse: Dot: "Here's the show's namey..."
Gag credit(s): Stocking Stuffer - Kathryn Page
Closing tag: Yakko, Wakko & Dot: "Merry Christmas!"
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The first Christmas episode of Animaniacs.

The "Animaniacs Special Presentation" opening from episode 35 is used again.

This is also the second episode to air out of order.

Newsreel of the Stars


Snow is added to the Newsreel from Episode 41 in all scenes, even in scenes that take place indoors.

Theme song

Snow and sleigh bells are added to every frame of the theme song.

Last line

Dot: Here's the show's name-y!

A Christmas Plotz


Written by Randy Rogel and Paul Rugg
Directed by Rusty Mills


Animaniacs does their version of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol, with Thaddeus Plotz in the role of Scrooge, Ralph T. Guard in the Bob Cratchit role, Slappy in the Jacob Marley role, Wakko as the ghost of Christmas past, Dot as the ghost of Christmas present, and Yakko as the ghost of Christmas yet-to-come.


Yakko: Hello, nurses! Say, why don't you come over to the water tower and look at my stamp collection.
Showgirl: But, Yakko, you don't have a stamp collection.
Yakko: Well, then, you can open my mail.

Little Drummer Warners


Songs Traditional
Lyrics adapted by Earl Kress and Tom Ruegger
Directed by Lenord Robinson

In this semi-serious cartoon, the Warners act out the nativity story to the tunes of "Silent Night", "We Three Kings of Orient Are", "O Little Town of Bethlehem", "Away in a Manger" and "The Little Drummer Boy".


Voice Actors: Character(s):
Rob Paulsen Yakko Warner, Ralph Jr., Lawyer #4, King #2
Jess Harnell Wakko Warner, Lawyer #3, King #3
Tress MacNeille Dot Warner, Lawyer #2
Frank Welker Thaddeus Plotz, Ralph T. Guard, Ralph's Wife
Maurice LaMarche Santa Claus, Lawyer #1, Father Plotz
Nancy Linari Mother Plotz
Sherri Stoner Slappy Squirrel
Lisa Raggio Helga
Jim Cummings King #1
Carol Lombard Singer
Kimberly Fligsten Singer
Brianne Lepon Singer
Sara Ford Singer


  • The stinger is a redubbed version of the "Ciao, America!" stinger.
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