Mucha Lucha!

A Mucha Mucha Christmas (aka The Match Before Xmas)

Season 3, Ep 11, Aired 12/11/04
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  • Episode Description
  • Rudo Claus, Santo Claus' evil twin brother, and his team of Chupracabras tries to take over Christmas by giving only those who've been bad gifts. Only Buena Girl is left to rescue Santo Claus with a pink eye she got from a pink-eyed Chupracabra that works for Rudo Claus.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Matt Hill (III)

    Timmy of a Thousand Masks

  • Candi Milo

    Flea, Headmistress, Mama

  • Jason Marsden

    Rikochet, Mr. Midcarda (Season 3)

  • Kimberly Brooks (II)

    Buena Girl/Snow Pea/Cindy Slam

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (3)

    • Timmy: (Disguised as The Flea) I'm here to help you, Rikochet! Rikochet: Flea, how very Rudo of you to help! (Ended up under Cindy Slam, who noticed that Rikochet was really a straw dummy)(Bashes Cindy and Timmy with the sack)

    • Flea: (Looking at Buena Girl's pink eye) Make it go away!

    • Santo Claus: (Inside a present) Hey! A little help, here? Buena Girl: (Reading) Do not open until Lucha Christmas 2047. Okay.

    Notes (4)

    • This episode reveals (though it did seem a bit obvious) that Cindy Slam and Timmy of a Thousand Masks are bad guy wrestlers.

    • Timmy of a Thousand Mask's disguises have improved dramatically since his last appearance.

    • Scored a 2.5/13 in ratings, second lowest for Kids' WB! in front of the 8:00 AM showing of Pok√©mon: Advanced Challenge and second highest for its timeslot behind Nickelodeon's The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius.

    • Second appearance of Timmy of a Thousand Masks.

    Allusions (2)

    • Rudo Claus: Appearance & Personality A gimmick of the late WWE superstar Eddie Guerrero, who lie, cheats, and steals. Rudo Claus came into the ring with a car just like Eddie.

    • Rikochet & Buena Girl: The stockings were hung from the chimney with care, in hopes that Santo Claus soon would be there.
      This is from the poem "The Night Before Christmas," they just replaced St. Nicholas with Santo Claus.

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