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Season 5 Episode 11

The Fight Before Christmas

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Dec 15, 1995 on CBS
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The Fight Before Christmas
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Frank sets Al up with his friend's son, but isn't pleased when they hit it off a bit too well. Cody's van doesn't react well to having Christmas lights hooked up to the electrical system. J.T. learns the true meaning of Christmas at a job selling trees.moreless

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    John Astin

    John Astin

    George

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    Andrew Keegan

    Andrew Keegan

    Matt Crawford

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    David Graf

    David Graf

    Mitch Crawford

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      • (Al and Matt are fixed up by their parents)
        Al: Look, I've got an idea. Why don't we just split up? You can go to your little... ballet... thingy. And I'll just come pick you up when it's over.
        Matt: Do I look like the kind of guy who goes to the ballet?
        Al: I don't know! Last time I saw you, you ate soap. How do I know what you're into?

      • (J.T. and Cody's friend George is selling trees for a man named Mr. Parker)
        George: Mr. Parker, what if somebody like really, really wants a tree, but they're kind of short on cash. Is it okay to offer them a Christmas discount?
        Mr. Parker: No.
        George: Okay. Hey, say Mother Theresa shows up and she has absolutely no money whatsoever. But all she'd like is a simple, tiny little tree as a simple tree as a symbol of hope to all the orphans of the world.
        Mr. Parker: You give her a quarter and tell her to call someone who cares! (he stomps off)
        George: I think someone needs a hug!

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      • The episode title is a play on the the common name of the 1823 poem "A Visit from St. Nicholas", "The Night Before Christmas".

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