Frank's trucker hats read "Foley Artist" and "Bronx Golf Club".
Liz: Hey, Toofer, can I buy a kid FUBU? Is that a swear word?
Colleen: John Francis Donaghy, how could you? How could you?! Waiting eight minutes to call 911! I can't believe it!
Jack: I don't know what you're talking about, mother, and I've gotta get back to work now.
Colleen: Exhibit A: your cellphone bill. You made a call to 911 at 8:16 AM. Exhibit B: the watch that my son gave me for Christmas—not the one I wanted, by the way—you had just set it, before it broke, of course when your car rammed into me down in Florida. And it stopped at 8:08. Exhibit C-
(She holds up a sign reading "16-8=8")
Colleen: Sixteen minus eight - is eight! Numbers, unlike children, don't lie!
Jack: If I wanted to lick a hippie, I'd just return Joan Baez's phone calls.
Kenneth: (about Lemon's Christmas lists) I'll take one, Miss Lemon. I love helping people less fortunate than me.
James: Where do you find them?
Kenneth: There are these Nigerians on the Internet that help me.
Jack: (talking to Colleen on the phone) If you need something, just call down to the doorman. Yes, he does speak English; Jamaican people do speak English.
Liz: There certainly were no hugs around here.
Tracy: If all you want is a hug from a black person maybe you should just host The Price Is Right.
The German episode title is "Weihnachtstrauma", meaning "Christmas Trauma". The French title is "La mère Noël", meaning "Mother Christmas". The Spanish title is "Especial de Navidad".
International Airdates: Latin America: March 11, 2009 on Sony Entertainment Television (aka Canal Sony); Australia: March 16, 2009 on Channel 7; Czech Republic: May 30, 2011 on Prima COOL
Less than a week after this episode aired, the Postal Service's 'Operation Santa Claus' program (the official name of what the episode calls 'Letters to Santa') was abruptly stopped when a registered sex offender was discovered to be participating. It was subsequently re-started, but with participants no longer having access to addresses to which they could deliver gifts.
Frank's hat reading "Foley Artist" paired with his Cactus Jack "Wanted: Dead" T-shirt refers to professional wrestler Mick Foley, who wrestled as "Cactus Jack" among other names.
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