(Twety rings a bell)
Tweety: They say every time a bell rings, a angel hits it's wings.
Sylvester: Get me, I'm giving out wings. (angels fly above his head)
Sylvester: With the mystery solved, I took off in a flash, I needed the bird to make canary corn hash.
Granny: The answer isn't going to hust hit you outta the blue. (Will gets hit with newspaper) You've got some newspaper service around here.
Sylvester: Had he made the deposit, and simply forgotten? Had his brain been replaced with potatoes and grotten?
Sylvester: Granny's patience was melting like cheese for fondu, while all of a sudden, Ol' Will dropped a clue.
Sylvester: The search for the money went full speed ahead, while visions of Berly dogs danced in my head.
Hubie: Say, is that cat as stupid as he looks?
(Sylvester spits out mice)
Tweety: Been there, done that.
Sylvester: Bedspread Falls is old fashion, and not up to speed. Hey look over there, is that Donna Reed? Then, into the town, we arrived with such clatter, just to get into this thing, we needed a ladder.
Sylvester: Oh listen my children and you will here of the midnight ride of Paul Rev... Oops. Wrong poem. (clears throught) Twas the night before Christmas, and Granny was weary, that while she was decking the halls, I would swipe that canary. But our plans for the holiday were soon to change. Boy, speaking in lines can really sound... strange.
This episode contains several allusions to It's a Wonderful Life
-The title 'It Happened One Night Before Christmas' is a parody of 'It Happened One Christmas', a gender-reversal version of 'It's a Wonderful Life'.
-$8,000 is the amount of money Charlie Bailey's Uncle Billy misplaced in the movie and both characters had misplaced it as well as a newspaper.
-Freddy. T. Totter is a parody of Henry. F. Potter.
-The town in the episode is named Bedspread Falls while the town in the movie is named Bedford Falls.
-Totter planned to rename Bedspread Falls after himself like Potter did to Bedford Falls in the timeline where George Bailey didn't exist.
Will: Starring Curly, he's my favorite. (does Curly's infamous laugh)
Curly is from the show "The Three Stooges", and has a laugh he does in every episode.