John: It's not a year for skipping Christmas.
Elaine: My whole life is pretty much just an act.
Jenny: Let's face it, Glenn, you're prettier than me.
Jenny: Look, Elaine, when a guy moves on somebody else's girl, they usually settle with fists. With women, they talk things out. I prefer the guy way.
Elaine: You're gonna hit me?
Glenn: Come on.
Elaine: It's Christmas, dammit.
Judge Walsh: Mr. Mayor, please use real words, sir.
Elaine: What happened to everybody's holiday spirit?
Jenny: Just keep your grubby horny little paws off Glenn.
Elaine: Glenn, to women you're a stocking stuffer.
"Someday at Christmas" performed by Vonda Shepard
"Jingle Bells" performed by Vonda Shepard
"Rock and Roll Christmas" performed by Jane Krakowski & James Marsden
"Jingle Bell Rock" performed by Vonda Shepard
"Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" performed by Vonda Shepard
"Santa Claus Got Stuck In My Chimney" performed by Jane Krakowski
"Warm and Fuzzy" performed by Jane Krakowski & James Marsden
"One Little Christmas Tree" performed by Vonda Shepard
"Let It Snow!" performed by Vonda Shepard
"What Christmas Means to Me" performed by Vonda Shepard & Jane Krakowski
"To Where You Are" by Josh Groban
Due to incredible popular demand, Fox repeated this episode on Christmas Eve of 2001.
This episode was reworked into a tribute to the victims and survivors of the World Trade Center tragedy.
Episode Title: "Nine One One" or "911"
9-1-1 (nine-one-one) is the emergency telephone number for the North American Numbering Plan (NANP). It is one of eight N11 codes.
The Title also referes to the date of the World Tade Center tragedy 9/11. infact this episode is dedicated to the victim of that tragedy