Johnny Bravo

Season 3 Episode 18

A Johnny Bravo Christmas

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Aired Monday 12:00 PM Dec 21, 2001 on Cartoon Network
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A Johnny Bravo Christmas
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Johnny forgets to send a letter to Santa Claus and he must reach to the North Pole before Christmas. But when the post office tells him there is no way to get the letters to the north pole Johnny now must journey to the north pole himself! Unsure of where Santa lives he agrees to take little Suzy along with him. They at first become stowaways on a plane but after getting dropped out along with circus animals Suzy contacts a trucker by radio, who is able to give them a ride to the airport! There they get a lift going towards the North Pole along the way picking up the infamous Donny Osmand (when there flying he runs into there window while floating around on his umbrella! With Donny Osmands help they find Santa but will Johnny get a gift? watch to find out!moreless

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  • I loved the show whats stopping me from loving this episode.

    9.0
    I loved this show it was fuunny and kept my attention and i wish they made some more episode's now that would be neat but anyway this christmas episode was aseome it goes like this Johnny Bravo tells the story of a biceps-bulging, karate-chopping free spirit, who believes his a gift from God to the women of the earth. Unfortunately for Johnny, everyone else sees him as a narcissistic Mama's boy with big muscles and even bigger hair. In short, he is the quintessential guy who "just doesn't get it." No matter what he does, or where he finds himself, he always winds up being his own worst enemy.moreless
  • This is the BEST Johnny Bravo episode ever! This is a must-watch! In this episode, It's Christmas Eve, and Johnny found some letters he forgot to mail to Santa!...

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    This is the BEST Johnny Bravo episode ever!

    This is a must-watch! In this episode, It's Christmas Eve, and Johnny found some letters he forgot to mail to Santa! He decides to hand deliver them himself! The characters that Johnny and "Little Suzy" run into on the way are very funny and make this episode VERY enjoyable. Donny Ozmond was One of the funny characters in this episode. This is my all-time favorite episode of Johnny Bravo. I espescially liked the fact that they got the origin of Christmas correct! (unlike most other cartoons)

    I'm done.moreless
Brenda Vaccaro

Brenda Vaccaro

Bunny Bravo

Mae Whitman

Mae Whitman

Little Suzy

Tom Kenny

Tom Kenny

Carlos "Carl" Chryniszzswics (1999-2001)

Larry Drake

Larry Drake

Pops (1999-2001)

Jeff Bennett

Jeff Bennett

Jonathan "Johnny" Bravo

Dwayne Johnson

Dwayne Johnson

Johnny Bravo (2003-)

Donny Osmond

Donny Osmond

Himself

Guest Star

Earl Boen

Earl Boen

Santa Claus, Jay the Bear, Norman

Guest Star

Vanessa Marshall

Vanessa Marshall

Trucker, Airport Announcer

Guest Star

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  • TRIVIA (4)

    • While Suzy is talking to the animals in the plane's cargo hatch, we can see Johnny playing with some circus props in the background.
      The combo seen here (riding a unicycle while joggling stuff and playing the harmonica) is the same one he used in the episode Under the Big Flop from Season One, when he joined the circus.

    • This is the second Johnny Bravo Christmas episode. This is also the second Johnny Bravo half-hour long episode.

    • When Johnny was talking about how the last time he was in the cargo hatch of a plane he was bound and gagged and forced to join the French Foreign Legion he was referring to events that happened in the episode Over the Hump, back in the first season.

    • Although Santa punches Johnny as soon as he sees him, he also mentions that he doesn't remember the incident from "last year" when Johnny accidentally beat him up thinking he was a burglar. Santa only punched Johnny because he thought he deserved it.

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  • ALLUSIONS (3)

    • Santa's P.O. Box Number
      Johnny's letter to Santa gives Santa's P.O. box number as 1225. 12/25 (December 25) is the date of Christmas.

    • Suzy (To Johnny): I just Bugs Bunny'd you!

      Suzy's line about "Bugs Bunny-ing" Johnny comes from the 1950 animated short Rabbit Fire directed by Chuck Jones and "staring" Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck and Elmer Fudd.

      The process of "Bugs Bunny-ing" someone is using reverse psychology, into making your target admit something he was denying all the time.

    • When Johnny and Suzy come out of the luggage inside the airplane, they come out dressed up as Fred Jones and Velma Dinkley, famous characters from the Scooby-Doo series.

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