Voice of Stan Marsh; Eric Theodore Cartman; Herbert Garrison; Officer Barbrady; Terrance; Timmy; Ned Gerblanski; Satan; Randy Ma
Voice of Kyle Broflovski; Kenny McKormick; Gerald Broflovski; Pip Pirrup; Jesus; Jimbo Kearn; Phillip; Saddam; Various Others
Voice of Jerome "Chef" McElroy
Voice of Sheila Broflovski; Linda Stotch; Various Others
Voice of Liane Cartman; Wendy Testaburger; Shelly Marsh; Sharon Marsh; Various Others
Voice of Beary Bear
Voice of the Token Williams/ Squirly Squirrel
Voice of Unknown
The narrating closing quote is just like the one from the episode "Pip": "...And they all lived happily ever after, except for Pocket who died of Hepatitis B".
The narrator says it is Christmas Eve, but later when Stan takes the mountain lions to learn abortions, the doctor says its three days before Christmas. This proves that Cartman did not proofread his paper.
Cartman was wearing the same winter sweater he wore in the episode "Red Sleigh Down".
The idea of Immaculate Conception has been confused with that of virgin birth. Immaculate Conception is the idea that Mary was born without sin. This life without sin is what allows her to birth Jesus. I suppose you could just chalk this up to Cartman's an idiot, although it is a common error.
Towards the end of the episode when Squirrelly announces the birth of the Anti-Christ you can clearly see Rabbity standing next to him in the close up shot, despite the fact that he was sacrificed and fed upon by the other animals earlier.
When the narrator is giving the names of all the animals, he says the beaver's name is beavery, but later on, when Stan puts the star on the tree, he calls him beavy.
During the naming of the animals, the narrator forgets to mention Raccoony the Raccoon, even though you can clearly see him in the far left side helping out Foxy the Fox.
When the anti-christ is born, they say there will be 1,000 years of darkness, but a few seconds later Stan says "What? You mean I did all that and there's still going to be 10,000 years of darkness?!".
Narrator: And on that magical day, stumbling upon all of that. Was a surprised little boy, in a red poof ball hat.
Stan: What the hell?
Woodland Critters: It's almost time of the time of year. The time that comes just once a year. We can hardly wait 'cause it's so near. It's a woodland critter Christmas!
Beary: Gee wiz Santa, you're not gonna kill me are y…
(Santa blows his brains out)
Santa: Alright, what the hell is going on?! Why is there a red star glowing in the sky?!
Squirrely: We finally did it Santa! We brought forth the Anti-Christ with help from our good friend Stanley!
Mousey: Death and pain await all living things!
Santa (stares angrily at Stan): Little boy you should be ashamed!
Stan: Yea but I didn't mean to help them, I tried to stop them!
Santa: Well good going stupid! There's only one way to stop devil-worshipping critters.
(Pulls out a shotgun, cocks it, and blows Squirrely's head off)
Squirrely: Hey look it's Santa Claus!
Woodland Critters: Yay!!
Racoony: Let's eat his flesh!
Mousey: Stanny you're alive!
Beary: But does that mean you killed the mountain lion?
Stan: It's dead.
Deery: For real and for true?
Squirrely: Are you sure?
Stan: I'm sure; it won't be hurting you anymore.
Squirrely: He did it! Now our Critter Christmas can finally happen! Hail Satan!
Woodland Critters: (in unison) Hail Satan!
Stan: Wait what WHAT!
Stan: There's gotta be a way for you to kill the porcupine's baby.
Lion Cubs: What, you mean like an abortion? But we don't know how to give abortions. Do you know some place we could learn mister?
Narrator: Where can they learn that, the boy said with a frown. I know the abortion clinic right outside of town.
Narrator: So he picked up the cubs and down the mountain he stormed and took them to where abortions are performed.
Stan: No he didn't.
Narrator: Yes he did.
Stan: No he didn't!
Narrator: Yes he did.
Stan: No he didn't!!
(Stan suddenly appears at the abortion clinic holding the lion cubs.)
Stan: AWW GODDAMMIT!!
Kyle: WHAT IS THIS?!
Stan: It's Critter Christmas, dude. It sucks ass!
Deer-ey: Well think about it, did you honestly think God would have sex with a porcupine?
Chicadee-ey: No only Satan, Prince of Darkness would do that!
Foxy: This is cause for celebration! Let's sacrifice Rabbitty and eat his flesh!
Rabbitty: Yay! Sacrifice me to the devil!
Critters: Yay! Yeah!
(Beary gets a cement cart with inscriptions and a red star. Rabbitty hops on it. Beary takes a knife and inserts it into Rabbitty's chest, making a long incision down his stomach. Everyone grabs a part of him.)
Chickadee-ee: Drink his blood! Drink his blood!
(Everyone has a part of the rabbit to eat. Stan looks mortified.)
Squirrelly: (Dancing in blood) Yay! Blood orgy!
Critters: Blood orgy, yay!
(Everyone starts screwing, some of them in the ear. Evil, satanic music is heard. So is a disgusting, gooey squishy sound.)
Critters: What a special time and a special day, a Woodland Critter Christmas!
Squirrelly: Hail Satan!
Narrator:"The lion cubs!" the little boy quickly begun…
Stan: I took them to see how abortions are done!
Now cubs do as they showed you, hurry up fast!
Get the Anti-Christ out of my friend Kyle's ass!
Cartman (reading): Oh dear! My best friend is possessed, how 'bout that!
Narrator: Said the little boy in the red poof ball hat.
Mr. Garrison: Sorry Eric but if Kyle feels discriminated against you'll have to stop or else I'll get a call from his mother.
Critters:(singing) It's almost time when the time is here,
The time that's only once a year.
We can hardly wait cause it's so near,
A Woodland Critter Christmas!
Squirrelie: Hail Satan!
Narrator: And everyone lived happily ever after...except for Kyle who died of AIDS two weeks later.
Kyle: God dammit Cartman!!!
Deery: We need a manger for you Savior. Won't you help us by building one?
Narrator: And then Stan's conscience got the best of him and he said, 'I must stop the Woodland Critters' Christmas!'
(Stan ignores the Narrator, sits down, picks up the remote, and turns on The Jeffersons. Theme music plays.)
Narrator: I said and then Stan's conscience got the best of him and he said, 'I must stop the Woodland Critters' Christmas!"
Stan: (after turning volume up) No it didn't.
Narrator: Yes it did.
Stan: (he turns volume up even louder) Oh no it didn't.
Narrator: (as Stan covers his ears) Yes it did.
Stan: (Screaming Frustratedly) Alright! I'll do it! God!
3rd Christmas special without Mr. Hankey.
Welcome to Hell:
The pentagram on the sacrificial altar they sacrifice Rabitty on is the same as on the cover of Welcome to Hell by the band Venom, with the goat's head in the middle and the symbols surrounding it being the same (except its all red instead of yellow).
When they say hail Satan they are saying it frighteningly close to the way that the German's said 'Heil Hitler'. It becomes an old commentary that equates Hitler to Satan.
The Jungle Book:
The lion cubs call Stan "man-boy."
This is similar to The Jungle Book, where Balloo called Mowgli "man-cub".
How the Grinch Stole Christmas:
The way this episode is narrated is similar to the style used in the 1966 television special Dr. Seuss's How the Grinch Stole Christmas!
The Mousey Mouse character is a direct reference to the 1974 cartoon, "Twas the Night Before Christmas.
Retarded Animal Babies:
It is also like the online cartoon, "Retarded Animal Babies," which is sort of similar to "Happy Tree Friends."
Happy Tree Friends:
The use of cute and cuddly creatures that are actually extremely blood thirsty is similar to the online animated cartoon "Happy Tree Friends" where the animals always die in horrible ways and are often evil in nature.
The main plot of this episode is very similar the 1968 film Rosemary's Baby.
Santa Claus is Comin' to Town:
One of the songs that the woodland critters sing is very similar to the one of the classic songs from the 1970 Christmas special "Santa Claus is Comin' to Town."
The Lion King:
When the mountian lion falls off the mountain, she falls the exact same way Mufasa falls in the 1994 film The Lion King.
Also, what the cubs say when they discover their dead mother are very similar to what Simba says when he finds his dad.
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