At the end they have "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year" (sung by Martina Sorbara).
Alex: Let's face it - around Christmas, a lot of us are feeling pretty lousy.
Johnny: And on that happy note...
Alex: It's not so much Christmas that bothers me, but what it represents. You know, the stress and turmoil, the anxiety and the shopping frenzy. I mean, God forbid, we shoot for a little "Peace on Earth, goodwill to men."
Johnny: You're right. We'd all be a lot better off if we just forgot about all he commercialization and looked for a little more inner peace.
Johnny: Damn, I gotta go.
Alex: Go where?
Johnny: To the toy store. If I don't get that new hot video game, my son is going to be devastated.
Alex: What happened to forgetting commercialization and searching for inner peace?
Johnny: Are you crazy – we're talking about Christmas in America.
Bruce: Next thing you'll be telling me there's no such thing as Santa Claus
Alex: You mean the fictional character created by New York City merchants at the turn of the century to encourage people to buy material goods?
Bruce: (depressed) I can't hear this.
Bruce: What the hell is that?
Johnny: Ah, I knew you were wondering. That, my man, is a turducken.
Bruce: A turducken. Is that one of those chicken inside a duck inside a turkey things?
Johnny: That's the one.
Bruce: It's kinda freaky-looking, man. It's kind like, oh, Colonel Sanders meets Frankenstein type things.
Johnny: (to Sara) Why didn't I marry you? Oh right – I was in a coma.
Alex: Why do you think Santa would be carrying a .38 revolver?
Johnny: I don't know. Maybe he's from a bad part of the North Pole.
At the end, there is a blurb saying, "For Michael – 1948-2005." This in honor of series creator Michael Piller, who passed away November 1, 2005, of cancer.
David Ogden Stiers is billed as Special Guest Star.