Sam & Max Freelance Police

Season 1 Episode 11

Christmas Bloody Christmas

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Aired Unknown Dec 20, 1997 on FOX
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Christmas Bloody Christmas
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While visiting Sam's Granny on Christmas Eve, Sam and Max join her on an impromptu visit to her former place of employment to bring the joy of the season to some of the shut-ins. Well, actually, the "cage-ins", as Granny turns out to be the retired warden for the Blood Island Correctional Institute, home for society's most hardened criminals. Their goodwill mission shortly takes on dangerous overtones when some of the cons stage a daring attempt at a jail break! Only Granny's personal knowledge of the layout of the facility, and various martial arts disciplines stand between the criminals and freedom. Oh, Sam and Max are also obstacles, but only if they can keep up with Granny's blistering disciplination pace!moreless

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      • Another possible reason that this never aired again (aside from the show's overall brief run) is the innuendo alluding to themes a bit more mature than usual. Aside from Sam's "If these walls could talk" quip noted below in the "Quotes" section, there's also a scene where Max, spotting a bar of soap on the shower floor, bends over to pick it up, with a "Do not open 'til X-max" sign over his butt.

      • This episode aired only once and never aired again because the content was a little bit too much for the kids. That one part where the prisoner broke his hand against the really hard fruitcake, while he was screaming in pain, there's a big red splotch in the background (believed to be blood) that might be the reason for the episode's airing once.

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