Uncle Leo flubs his line when he asks "Where's ralice"
[He speaks to Alice after she opened the present.]
Ralph: You know something, sweetheart? Christmas is... well, it's about the best time of the whole year. You walk down the streets, even for weeks before Christmas comes. And there's lights hanging up, green ones, red ones. Sometimes there's snow. Everybody's hustling someplace, but they don't hustle around Christmas time like they usually do. You know, they're a little more friendlier. They bump into you, and they laugh and say, "Pardon me, Merry Christmas"... especially when it gets real close to Christmas night. Everybody's walking home, you can hardly hear a sound. Bells are ringing, kids are singing, snow is coming down. And boy, what a pleasure it is to think that you got some place to go to. And the place that you're going to has somebody in it that you really love. Someone you're nuts about. Merry Christmas.
[Ralph and Alice hug each other.]
At one point, Gleason flubs his line, but, recovers quite well: "It's a bowling bag ball! I mean, a bowling ball bag!" Later on, when he's probably supposed to say "I can't put the ball in the bag," he appears to make the most of his previous flub by saying, "I can't put the bowl in the bag."
This is the only Christmas episode in the classic 39 episodes.
This episode originally ended with Jackie Gleason stepping out of character to wish everyone a Merry Christmas.