"The Finster Who Stole Christmas" is the Christmas episode of the Nickelodeon animated series All Grown Up! (spun off from Rugrats), produced as the ninth episode of the show's third season and originally aired on December 7, 2004.
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To date, the episode's only home video release was on the Nick Picks: Holiday compilation DVD, released by Paramount Home Entertainment on September 26, 2006.
- Melinda Finster (Chuckie's deceased biological mother) makes a very brief cameo in one of the Finster Christmas home movies that Tommy and Chuckie watch.
- The Santa Claus actor whom Angelica drove to quit in "Babies in Toyland" reappears in this episode (albeit now voiced by Glenn Shadix instead of Jim Belushi), first shown exiting the Java Lava, and later working at the mall.
- At one point, Lil tells Chuckie, "God will forgive you." This is a very rare instance of somebody mentioning God by name in a Nicktoon. In fact, earlier in the episode, Chuckie refers to God as "the burning bush guy."
- The episode's title is a reference to How the Grinch Stole Christmas!
- Susie's performance of "The First Noel" was included on the album Nick Holiday.
- Angelica does not appear in this episode.
|Nancy Cartwright||Chuckie Finster|
|E. G. Daily||Tommy Pickles|
|Kath Soucie|| Phil DeVille|
|Dionne Quan||Kimi Watanabe-Finster|
|Tara Strong|| Dil Pickles|
Boy on crutches
|Cree Summer||Susie Carmichael|
|Michael Bell|| Chas Finster|
|Julia Kato||Kira Watanabe-Finster|
|Dennis Dun|| Japanese airline rep|
Hawaiian airline rep
|Mona Marshall|| Middle kid|
|Kevin Michael Richardson|| Lumberjack|
|Glenn Shadix|| Mall Santa|
|Scott Mosenson|| Madrigal geek|
|Wil Wheaton, Jr.|| Madrigal geek|
- Rugrats Wiki: The Finster Who Stole Christmas (Episode)
- "The Finster Who Stole Christmas" at TV.com
- "The Finster Who Stole Christmas" at the Big Cartoon DataBase
- "The Finster Who Stole Christmas" at the Internet Movie Database