The Osbournes

Season 2 Episode 22

The Osbourne Family Christmas Special

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Aired Tuesday 10:30 PM Dec 11, 2003 on MTV - Music Television
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The Osbourne Family Christmas Special
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The Osbournes prepare for Christmas in a series of skits. The dogs are dressed in festive attire; Sharon horrifies Kelly by trying to make her dress "Christmasy" for the family's upcoming party; Mandy Moore tries in vain to get Jack and Kelly into the holiday spirit; and Ozzy very reluctantly performs a holiday duet with fellow MTV reality star Jessica Simpson. The family hosts a blow-out celebrity bash for the holidays, complete with cooking segments, a visit from Santa, Christmas carols, and a unique version of "'Twas the Night Before Christmas."moreless

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      • Music: Ozzy and Sharon sing "Jingle Bells"; "We Need a Little Christmas" plays as Mandy Moore tries to bring holiday cheer to the Osbourne house; a choir performs "Carol of the Bells"; Triumph the Insult Comic Dog performs "Cats Are C****" and sings "O Come All Ye Faithful" to the dogs; the Osbournes and various celebrities perform a new rendition of "12 Days of Christmas"; Kelly perfoms "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" (complete with a montage of Osbourne holiday moments); Ozzy and Jessica Simpson perform "Winter Wonderland"; and the entire party performs "We Wish You a Merry Christmas."

      • Andee Kuroda directed the segments involving Jessica Simpson and Mandy Moore. CB Harding directed the rest of the episode.

      • The closing credits included this message: "Ozzy, all of us at MTV wish you a speedy recovery. We love you!" Ozzy was seriously injured in an ATV crash a few days before the special's first airing.

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