Max and Ruby

Season 1 Episode 10

Max's Christmas/Ruby's Snow Queen/Max's Rocket Run

Aired Weekdays 11:00 AM Dec 19, 2003 on Nickelodeon
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Episode Summary


Max's Christmas:
Max is full of questions when Ruby hurries to bed on Christmas Eve so Santa Claus can come. No one ever stays up to see Santa. No one except Max.

Ruby's Snow Queen:
Ruby is building a snow queen while Max is playing with his screaming green alien gorilla. When his toy goes missing, Max finds that his gorilla was in Ruby's snow queen.

Max's Rocket Run:
Max is too little to sled down a snowy hill called the Rocket Run like Ruby and Louise. Max is to take the Gental Slope Bunny hill.

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  • Christmas Review #23

    Max's Christmas: Max stays up late at night to see Santa Claus. I thought that this was an excellent Christmas episode of "Max and Ruby". Max asking Ruby about Santa Claus by saying "How?", "Where?", "When?", and Why?" was so cute and funny. I thought it was also wonderful that Max actually got to see Santa Claus and that Santa even gave Max the hat. The ending was cute as well. Overall, a cute Christmas episode of Max and Ruby". 10/10

    Ruby's Snow Queen: Max and Ruby make a snow queen. This second pairing was a tiny tiny bit boring in a couple of parts but it was still excellent so I won't take away any points. Just like the first pairing, this episode was cute to watch. I also thought the very ending of the episode was funny. Overall, a cute episode of Max and Ruby". 10/10

    Max's Rocket Run: Another perfect episode of "Max and Ruby" to fit with the Christmas pairing. The plot is about when Max, Ruby, and Louise go sledding and Max wants to sled to on the big hill but Ruby doesn't let Max go on the big sled because she thinks it's dangerous for Max. The whole episode was cute and Max finally sledding on the big hill at the end of the episode was cute and awesome to see. Overall, an excellent episode of "Max and Ruby". 10/10moreless

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