I would like to represent my fandom by posting its holiday episodes on your wonderful wiki, but I don't want to step on any toes.
The first episode is a bit...controversial, minor controversy mind you, but I don't want to offend anyone or upset you as this was before PC became a thing and well, 1970s Japan. To put it simply, the hero has to disguise himself as .. well there is no way around saying this...a KKK-like figure in order to get into a secret meeting of the villains and there are Nazis..sorta.
I will understand if you reject such a shocking thing but most of the rest of the episode is pretty harmless, evil villains want to take over the world by turning humans into werewolves and the main hero saves Chritsmas and delivers gifts to an orphanage including recovering a lost doll a little girl dropped when she was being chased by the bad guys.
I promise not to put any images of those things on here for the sake of good taste, but it is an awesome premise: a kung-fu bugman superhero fighting evil Nazi werewolves to save Christmas.
Is it okay or do you want me to move on to the second one in V3?
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I want to post a synopsis plus some images of "The Honeymooners" Comic # 3, "She's A Wonderful Wife". This was a fully authorized and quite faithful series, and this was its only Christmas issue. Obviously, it is a comic book, not any sort of episode, so I thought to clear it first.
Sorry, but I'm afraid we'll have to decline that idea. I did briefly consider having this wiki expand to cover Christmas stories in print media, but after realizing how many Christmas stories are in comic books alone, I decided not to because it would've been too daunting a task.
I'm sorry, Cayser1111, but I've had to delete this page three times now for good reason. Not only did your page not have any important information (i.e. what show it's an episode of or what the plot is), but I also searched on Google and found that there isn't any TV episode titled "Christmas Spookiness", so it's something you obviously made up, and we don't cover fanfiction on this wiki.
You are absolutely right in thinking there is no mention of Christmas in the movie, but the fact is that it takes place in the winter, there is a skating competition, and the story ends happily. Because of these facts, there is no better place for the movie's page than here.
Sorry, but just because something takes place in the wintertime doesn't automatically make it a Christmas special. By that logic, the Donald Duck cartoon Donald's Snow Fight and The Loud House episode "Snow Bored" would have articles here too.
I've redone the text of my page on the Christmas episodes of The Polka Dot Door according to you wishes, and I think I've got it right this time, but it appears I may be stuck with the original title unless you can tell me how to change it.
The thing is, at this wiki, while we did initially have shows with multiple Christmas episodes be covered in one article, we later decided it was better that each Christmas episode have individual articles. Therefore, The Polka Dot Door show itself does not need an article here.
To the best of my recollection, Jeremy, the 5 Christmas episodes depicted an ongoing storyline in which the man and woman who hosted them discussed Christmas and set up a Christmas tree on the set, wrapped presents and placed them under the tree, put up stockings and sang Christmas carols. In fact, the erection of the Christmas tree may have been the basis for the Polkaroo segment, which I have never seen. Hence, we are not dealing with multiple plots, but actually one long plot spread out over five days. Therefore, this five part episode does deserve an alrticle here.