Family Guy s09e07 Episode Script

Road to the North Pole

Hi.
I'm Ron MacFarlane, Seth MacFarlane's father.
And I'm here to tell you the story of a very special Christmas in Quahog.
Kenny Rogers was supposed to be here, but I think he's dead.
Anyway, Seth came out of my penis, and now he made this.
Our story begins in Quahog just before Christmas time.
The town was blanketed with snow, the trees were being trimmed, and everyone was making up their Christmas lists.
Jessica Biel and Megan Fox Wearing nothing but their socks Is all I really want for Christmas this year! Well, that's just not practical.
Spending a week in Mexico With some black guys and some blow Is all I really want for Christmas this year! That sounds terrific.
How about you, kids? I would like a pair of skates Then I'd go out skating But I really don't know how to skate! I want a Lexus all in pink And a dad who doesn't drink Oh, and that reminds me Twelve kegs ofbeer! All these happy wishes and lots of Christmas cheer is All I really want this year! Santa's got his work cut out for him.
We ain't even gotten started yet.
I want to tour the Spanish coast Lunch with Michael Landon 's ghost Is all I really want for Christmas this year! Wait.
What? Forget it.
Keep going.
Jennifer Garner in my bed Softer voices in my head Is all I really want for Christmas this year! Yellow cake uranium Never mind the reason Also Chutes and Ladders and a ball Doesn't this seem like too much stuff? Suck my dick, it's not enough! Why don't you go out and chase cars, you queer Look who's talking.
All these happy wishes and lots of Christmas cheer Is all I really want this year! I'm just saying, it seems a bit excessive.
Get off your soap box, Brian.
It's Christmas.
And Christmas is about gettin'! Everyone in town knows that! Japanese girls with no restraint just to choke me till I faint Is all I really want for Christmas this year! Giggity! Platinum-plated silverware Just one day when kids don 't stare It's all I really want for Christmas this year! Ifyou put a Christmas tree in the public airport I will go to court and sue your ass! Happy holidays! Wouldn't I love a tinker toy And a little drummer boy He can either tap his drum or my rear All these happy wishes and lots of Christmas cheer Is all I really want this year! I want a golden mustache comb And some spermicidal foam That's all I really want for Christmas this year I want a brand-new pitching wedge I would like more Lemon Pledge That's all I really want for Christmas this year I just want a wedding ring from someone named Jeffrey I just want some colored Easter eggs I want a Blu-ray ofThe Wiz We don 't know what Christmas is! We have something else called Gishgemfloofneer! All these happy wishes and lots of Christmas cheer Is all I really want this year! Mom! Look at the nativity scene.
Isn't that beautiful? It's nice they put Joseph in there, even though he's not really the father.
Can you just imagine how it was on that special night in Bethlehem? Doctor, thank goodness you're here.
My wife is about to give birth.
Oh, my God! What are you doing? This is a manger! Ma'am, you're Iying in manure.
You're about to give birth into cow crap.
You don't really smell it after a while.
Oh, God! You're crowning, and there's flies on its head.
Ugh! That's regurgitated cud! No, I can't be a part of this.
Look, I'm just gonna Ieave you all the gauze I have.
When that thing comes out, just wipe the crap off of him as fast as you can and I don't know, man.
Good Iuck to you.
I'm so excited to see Santa CIaus.
You know what I think is really wonderful? Of all the malls in this great country of ours, he chooses to come here.
Year after year.
You know? I mean, who are we? You know? I'II tell you who we are.
The Iucky ones! Uh-oh.
Oh, my God! Look at the Iine.
Damn it! We're gonna be here forever.
Wait, Iook.
There's Quagmire, way up front.
We can cut in Iine with him.
Wait.
Stewie, he doesn't Iike me so GIenn? GIenn Quagmire! Wow! What are you doing here? Hi, Brian.
Just waiting for Santa, Iike everyone else.
Cool.
Cool.
We'II just hang with you guys here.
Who's this Iittle guy? Is this your nephew? Hey, buddy.
You here to see Santa? Yeah.
I hope you've been a good boy this year.
That Iittle guy is my niece Abby, you douche.
Her hair's short because of the chemotherapy.
-Uh-oh.
-Do you know how much talking it took to get her out of the house because of her no-hair? Oh, gosh, I didn't know.
I'm so sorry.
You're sorry? For what? That waiting in Iine is such a catastrophe for you that you'd rather destroy the confidence of a 5-year-old cancer patient? Come on.
I didn't know she was dying.
Who said anything about dying? Uncle GIenn, am I dying? No, sweetheart, you're not dying.
'Cause we're gonna see Santa, and he's gonna bring you a new brain.
Get out of here, Brian.
Just get out of here.
Should have gone into politics, Bri.
Now we got to go to the back of the Iine.
What the hell? Why isn't it moving? I don't know.
It's always the same thing.
Some fat kid sitting on Santa's Iap taking all day.
And I want a Charles in Charge Iunch box, and I want a Magna Doodle and a new Uno game 'cause I Iost a "Draw 2" card.
And I want a pet animal that's half-chinchilla and half-mink, 'cause it'd be really soft, and I could call it chink, and that's okay.
Geez, doesn't the mall close soon? We've been here forever.
Would you relax? We're right here.
I'm next.
Hello, Santa.
Now, we've got a slight problem here, because I have been rather naughty.
But you're a businessman, I'm a businessman.
I'm sure we can work something out.
Wait, what are you doing? Santa? You can't Ieave now! Hey, wait, buddy, buddy, we've been in Iine for, Iike, two hours.
Sorry.
I'm done.
You want your kid to sit on my Iap, meet me at the bar at Applebee's.
That sucks.
Sorry, Stewie.
That son of a bitch.
He just turned his back on me.
The way reality turned its back on Gary Busey.
How am I doing today, Gary Busey? You're doing great! Good! Then I'II keep it up! Peter, come help decorate the Christmas tree.
One second, Lois, I'm almost done icing down the walk.
Hey, Joe.
We're having eggnog and roasted marshmallows.
Want some? Boy! Do I! Oh, my God! This is why I Iove the holiday season.
Pour me a nice big tall glass God bless us everyone.
Hey, give me your keys.
I need your car.
What? You're not taking my car.
Very well, then.
You're driving me.
Let's go.
Driving you where? To the North Pole, to see Santa CIaus.
If that beslubbering, onion-eyed maggot-pie thinks he can just blow me off Iike that, he's got another thing coming! Look, Stewie, I know you're disappointed that you didn't get to see Santa, but I'm not driving you to the North Pole.
Everyone, Quagmire's niece is in the ICU.
Now, I think we should go down there to support him.
-What? -Yeah, apparently, something happened at the mall, and she took a turn for the worse.
They don't know how much time she has Ieft.
Quagmire just called.
He's really upset.
It doesn't sound Iike he wants us there for some reason, but we should go anyway.
AII right, Iet's go to the North Pole.
And so Brian and Stewie set off on the road to the North Pole.
Hey, you want to hear a real Iive-action fart instead of one of those fake, cartoony ones? We're gonna need another pair of pants and another chair.
Hey, Stewie, wake up.
We're here.
We're at the North Pole.
What? North Pole? North Pole! North Pole! There it is! My word, I really must have been asleep! Ah.
Look at this.
The tip of the Earth, Brian.
Okay, Iet's go see Santa CIaus.
AII right, Iet's go.
Well, this is rather festive, isn't it? Small.
Well, it has to be small because of all the tiny elves.
That's right.
Good point.
EIves.
Yo, yo, what's up, y'alls? Y'alls ready to kick it in some fine North Pole gear? Brian, why does the North Pole have black teenagers? Uh From Katrina? Okay.
And, why are they selling shirts that say, "Burrillville, Rhode Island?" 'Cause that's where Santa went to high school.
Of course.
AII right.
Well, I just have one more question, then.
Do you think I'm an idiot? Huh? Do you? Look, Stewie, the North Pole is a Iong and dangerous You can't jerk me around when it comes to Santa CIaus, Brian! There is a Ferris wheel here, and a guy hosing vomit! Nobody vomits at the North Pole! Except for Santa's wife, -because she has an eating disorder! -What? Y eah, 'cause he can have anyone he wants, and she knows that! Stewie, just pull yourself together.
I won't, Brian! Now you get your ass back into that hippie car of yours and take me to the North Pole, now! Look, I know you're upset.
Why don't you just sit down, write out your Christmas Iist, and I promise I will mail it to Santa CIaus? Screw that.
This was never about Christmas presents, Brian.
Well, then why do you want to go all the way to the North Pole? Because I'm going to kill Santa CIaus! So it turned out Stewie was determined to kill Santa Claus.
Would he succeed? Well, let's find out.
Wait a minute, why the hell do you want to kill Santa? Because that fat bastard blew me off at the mall, and he shall not go unpunished.
Now, Iet's go.
I've got it all planned out.
I'm gonna see the workshop, pet a few reindeer, take a few pictures of me and Santa, and then I'm gonna blow his goddamn brains out, hopefully with his bitch wife watching.
This is ridiculous.
We are not going to the North Pole.
Trust me, it's a waste of time.
You're not gonna find Santa.
-Why not? -Because there's no such Because when you get there, you may find out it isn't what you thought it was, and I wouldn't want you to be disappointed.
That's it? That's your reason? Well, you know why nothing works out for you, Brian? Because you've got a negative attitude.
Like Eeyore.
Come on, Eeyore, Iet's go play.
I don't feel Iike it.
Why are you always in such a bad mood? -I have a nail in my anus.
-Oh.
That's not fair.
I don't think I have a negative attitude, I just I don't think it's a good idea for us to embark on a potentially dangerous journey Stewie? Say "Yes" to Iife, Brian! I'II be home for Christmas.
Son of a bitch! So, what are we hauling, good buddy? I got a flock of birds that were too tired to fly back north.
Boy, this is the way to do it, huh, Jerry? Sure is.
Think this makes us Iazy? Nah, we're still in the V-shape.
What is this? This is a weird gun.
Yeah.
Don't touch that.
Oh, it's a flare gun.
Maybe you should put that back.
I'm just holding it.
Is this the trigger? Oh, my God, Stewie, you all right? What the hell happened? Just some stupid stuff went down.
You could have been killed! I could have been killed! Look at my car! Well, you know, if you had just taken me to the real North Pole to see Santa, none of this would have happened! What is this? What are you doing? Hitching a ride.
I'm gonna keep heading north until I find Santa.
Stewie, you're not gonna find him.
You do what you want, Brian, but I am going to the North Pole and I'm gonna kill that bastard! Stewie, you're putting me in a hell of a position here, but I have no choice.
You're not gonna kill Santa CIaus, because he doesn't exist.
Really, Brian? He doesn't exist? That's right, he's not real.
Interesting.
Interesting theory, Brian.
Who else isn't real, hmm? You gonna tell me that EImo isn't real? Huh? SpongeBob? Is he not real, Brian? Is SpongeBob not there at the bottom of the ocean giving Squidward the business, hmm? And what about Curious George? Huh? Does he not really exist? Is Curious George not really out there making Iittle boats out of newspapers that he should be delivering? Huh? Educate yourself, you fool.
Look, Stewie, if you'd just Iisten for a sec No, you Iisten, Brian! I'II tell you what, you take me to the North Pole, and if Santa isn't there, I'II do something for you.
-What? -When Lois does that middle-of-the-night feeding that she doesn't even open her eyes or really wake up, I'II Iet you take that one for me, Brian.
-Are you serious? -Quite.
Okay, you got a deal.
Damn it, it won't turn over.
Great! Not even halfway through Canada, and we're stuck.
Oh, hey there.
You having some car troubles, eh? Yeah, we're trying to get to the North Pole.
I don't suppose you're from AAA, are you? -Who? -AAA, you know? A-A-A.
Oh, AA, eh? Y eah, I just came from AA.
No, not AA.
A-A-A.
Y eah, that's what I said.
AA, eh? So you are with AAA? Oh, no, that's A-A-A.
I just came from AA, eh? -Huh? -Stewie, I think he's just a drunk.
Well, drunk or not, can you help us? I can if you want to join AA, eh? No, I'm already a member of A-A-A.
I need help with the car.
Oh, I see.
Yeah, Iooks Iike you got some water Ieakage.
You might need a hose, eh? Jose, Roberto, whatever.
If you've got some Latinos up here that can fix cars, that'd be great.
No, I mean, it Iooks Iike you need a part, eh? Well, yeah, when it's fixed, we can celebrate, but Iet's deal with first things first.
Well, I can probably take you to a gas station, eh? You have cash, eh? I don't know, my name carries a Iittle weight, but I don't see how that matters here.
Look, we don't have enough cash to fix the car, and we're kind of on our way to the North Pole.
Oh, a car won't take you there, anyway.
But if you Iike, you can take my snowmobile.
Really? You'd just give it to us? Sure, that's what Canadian hospitality's all about.
If you Iike, you can have all my money and my Ieg.
Okay.
Why'd we take his Ieg? Well, we're in their country, Brian.
We have to observe their customs.
Oh, dear.
Well, at Ieast we're done with the first Ieg of our journey, Brian.
-Ha! -Damn right, ha.
Brian, how Iong do you think we've been driving? I don't know, I've Iost track.
Besides, dogs don't have a good sense of time.
Could be three hours, could be three years, I don't fucking know.
Well, we must be pretty far north by now.
Yeah, you're right.
Look there's the Aurora Borealis.
Yes, and there's the Aurora Boreanaz.
Hi, there.
Things are kind ofbeautiful up north, huh? -Oh, no! -What's the matter? We're out of gas.
Out of gas? But, Brian, it's freezing out here! What are we gonna do? I don't know.
We'd better think of something.
Maybe I can help.
There's an old, abandoned hunting cabin about two miles north ofhere.
You could spend the night there and then resume your journey in the morning.
Thanks, David.
Guess there are a few stars in the sky tonight.
Come on.
Come on, now.
Okay, we'II Ieave you alone.
AII right, this should do for the night.
Look, Stewie, now that we have a moment, I think we should really try to call Lois and tell her where we are.
Don't worry.
I've got that covered.
Hey, Lois, would you make an appointment for me to be neutered in two days? Are you sure, Brian? Yes, I'm sure.
And whatever I say in two days, do not let me convince you that I've changed my mind.
Wow, you sound pretty serious about this, Brian.
Oh, I am.
In fact, I have this document that legally binds me to same.
Have you had it notarized? No.
But a notary should be here any minute.
I received a call about notarizing a document, but I am spending the day with my family, so they are here, too.
This is my wife, Janice, my daughters, Lisa and Jane, and this is Rosalyn, a friend of our daughter Jane 's.
Her family life is rough, so we are kind oflike a second home.
-Robert! -Well, it's true.
Well, thank you for taking the time to notarize this important document.
I'm sure you are quite busy.
Yes.
We only have a moment, for we are taking a bus tour ofProvidence and other places.
The next morning, Stewie and Brian set out on foot for the North Pole.
They were cold and tired, but Stewie was determined to carry out his plan to kill Santa CIaus.
As Iong as I've got all you people watching, does anyone want to buy some pot? We must be getting close to the Pole.
Look at all these igloos.
Look, there's a Persian igloo that takes up the whole Iot.
My children are teaching your children to smoke at school.
-What was that? -I don't know.
You know, I think it's my back.
Really? You've never mentioned back pain before.
Yeah, I try not to mention health problems around the house for fear of being put down.
Wow! Looks bottomless.
It is bottomless.
Who are you? We are the enchanted totem.
The enchanted what? The enchanted totem.
We hold the key to the bridge of eternal crossing.
Which will allow you safe passage across the chasm without end.
But first, you must solve our riddle.
AII right.
Well, we got to get to the North Pole and kill Santa.
So, Iet's hear it.
The riddle is this.
A father and his son are in a car crash.
The father is killed and the son is taken to the hospital in critical condition.
He needs surgery to save his Iife.
But when he is placed on the operating table, the doctor says, "I cannot operate on this boy, he is my son.
" Who is the doctor? Wow! This is a toughie.
Y eah, I think we can rule out the mother right away.
Yeah, definitely.
Maybe it's a my-two-dads kind of situation? Right.
Like they don't know which one was the real father, so they both call themselves Dad.
So, wait, were both the guy in the car and the doctor biological parents? Yes.
And the guy in the car was the biological father.
Crap.
Well, maybe the doctor is the mother.
No, that's just crazy.
I got it, the dad in the car has to be a vampire, he's already dead, and he's a doctor.
That's pretty smart.
Let's go with that.
Okay.
The doctor is the dad, who is a vampire.
That is correct! Terrific.
Thanks.
You're welcome.
You know, this used to be all orange trees.
My God! We made it, Brian! The North Pole! See? Boom! Right there! I told you! This is where Santa CIaus Iives! In your face! I don't believe it.
It's here.
Damn right, it's here! Now, while you think about the fact that you're never going to enjoy a nocturnal breast-feeding from Lois, I shall open the gate.
This can't be it.
This can't be Santa's workshop.
This Iooks Iike Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Oh, boy, get ready for the Ietters.
Dear Family Guybastards, who the hell do you think you are? I'II have you know that Bridgeport is among the world Ieaders in abandoned buildings, shattered glass, boarded-up windows, wild dogs and gas stations without pumps.
So eat my piss, Jew writers.
Well, whatever sort of trick this is, I will not be deterred.
I'm not Ieaving until Santa CIaus is dead by my hand! Oh, my God! You're Santa CIaus! Yeah.
Who are you? I'm Stewie Griffin, and I'm going to kill you! -Ah.
Thank God! -What? Do it! PIease! Put me out of my misery! You want me to kill you? Come on! What are you waiting for! Pull the trigger! Well, there isn't a great deal of sport in that.
Oh, my God, are you all right? I'm okay.
I'm okay.
I just need to catch my breath.
I don't understand.
I thought you were supposed to be jolly and happy.
I used to be, a Iong time ago.
I made toys for Iittle boys and girls.
I Ioved my work, and they Ioved me.
But it just got out of hand.
The world's population kept growing and growing.
Kids wanted more toys, fancier toys! We used to make wooden choo-choos and rag dolls.
You ever try to make an iPod? I've got orders for millions of 'em! Oh, that reminds me.
I need a new version of Quicken.
Look at the toxic waste we're producing.
In fact, I think the toxins are taking even more of a toll than the inbreeding.
-Inbreeding? -Take a Iook! I started with one family of magic elves, and every year I needed more and more to keep up.
Now they're just a sickly race of mutated genetic disasters.
At Ieast 60% of them are born blind.
The workload destroys them, but they don't know anything else.
It's gotten so their instincts take over, and near the end, they just walk out into the snow and die.
Then the reindeer eat them, which has turned the reindeer into wild, feral creatures with a bloodlust for elfflesh.
I don 't even pray for them anymore.
Seems pointless.
What god would allow this? This is in none of the songs or poetry.
It's a horror show up here! How could you Iet this happen? Me? I didn't do this.
Christmas did! Each bell would peal with a silvery zeal as the holiday feeling was filling us But now instead all we're feeling is dread because Christmastime is killing us Each Christmas list gets us more and more pissed Till the thought of existence is chilling us I'll tell you what Shove your list up your butt Because Christmastime is killing us But can 't you see that what you do is a dream come true? Can 't you see that every smile makes it all worthwhile? No, screw you.
It's all but through There 's too much to do All those dreams are nightmares And blank icy stares Each little elf used to fill up a shelf Making playthings and selflessly thrilling us Now they're on crack and it feels like lraq Because Christmastime is killing us Each model train only heightens the pain of a workload that's draining and drilling us Fingers all bleed And look that guy just peed Because Christmastime is killing us But can 't you see our point of view? We rely on you Can 't you see that Christmas cheer gets us through the year? My whole crew is black and blue Can 't you take a clue? You may think I look great But I'm 28 Each jingle bell is a requiem knell And while you think it's swell We are toiling in hell Take a look, you can tell As a man I'm a shell Because Christmastime is killing us Killing us! Christmastime is killing us! So, Brian and Stewie found Santa CIaus, but he sure wasn't what they expected.
It turned out the increasing demands of Christmas had all but destroyed the poor old man.
Okay, Iook at this.
Somebody gave me a Iittle remote control helicopter.
Pretty cool, huh? Oh, it's broken.
I don't know, boys.
He's in rough shape.
Doctor, you've got to do something for him.
It's Christmas Eve! Christmas is the problem.
He can't keep this pace up anymore.
If he goes out tonight, he'II die.
Well, then who's gonna deliver all the presents? We will.
-What? -What? Stewie, Iook, you were right.
Santa is real, and he needs our help.
Don't worry, Santa.
We'II make sure there's Christmas this year.
Thank you, Brian.
That brings me peace in this hour.
I'II be with AIIah soon.
What? He doesn't know what he's saying, he's delirious.
Look, you'd better get moving.
AII right, Stewie, Iet's go get the sleigh ready.
Is anyone else a Iittle freaked out by that AIIah thing? Never mind that, Iet's just get going.
-Ready to join the mile high club? -What? AII right.
Let's get those reindeer hooked up and get out of here.
Okay.
The elves are bringing them now.
My God! That doesn't Iook good.
God.
That elf getting killed gave them all erections.
AII right, Brian.
Let's do this.
Go on.
Giddyup.
Come on, you dumb deer.
It's not working.
I think they need to be coaxed.
Santa said they eat elf flesh.
Excuse me? Sir? Mr.
EIf? Sir? Hello? Young man? I don't think he even knows where he is.
Do you want to just Y eah, I mean, I'II just try and do it, I guess.
Hey.
Hey, fella? Um Okay.
Bye.
Hey, Brian, Iook.
That one reindeer just kind of pooped in the other reindeer's face and the other reindeer just kind of ate it.
Isn't Christmas magical? AII right, according to this map, we're approaching the northeast coast of the U.
S.
Get ready to Iand.
AII right, Bri, this is it, our first town.
I'm gonna head for that roof.
Why are we tilting? Look, I've never Ianded one of these things before, okay? You're coming in too fast! Look out! AII right, this is good.
In and out of this house and onto the next one.
What about the reindeer? Yeah, we'II cut them down afterwards.
Now Iet's get down the chimney.
Ow! Bitch! Okay, Iet's get the presents under the tree.
-AII right, you have 'em? -I thought you had them.
For the Iove of Christ, they're still in the sleigh! Crap.
On the roof? No, it's in the yard.
Oh, my God.
Didn't you unlock the door when we Ieft? No, you were the Iast one out! How the hell are we gonna get back inside? AII right, find a rock.
Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa! What are you doing? -I'm putting out the presents.
-Not Iike that you're not.
Tall in the back, short in the front.
And show some care, for God's sake.
You know, those aren't socks and underwear donated by the fire department to some battered women's shelter.
Those are Santa gifts, Brian.
You know, you have to What are you doing? Did you just eat that whole cookie off the mantel? What? They Ieft it out for Santa.
We're Santa.
Yeah, but you're not supposed to eat all of it.
You take a bite and a sip of milk.
That's how the kids know Santa was here! -Don't yell at me.
-I'm not yelling at you.
I'm just I'm telling you how it's done.
They need some kind of indication that Santa was here.
Okay, how about this? Look.
Hey, now they know he was here, see? -Stop it! -Look, I'm here giving out free presents! AII right, I'II eat the damn cookies if I want! You know what? I might even make a sandwich! Wait.
Where are you going? I'm going into the kitchen.
I'm gonna make a sandwich, get some chips or something.
Brian, knock it off! Oh, man.
You jackass! Hey, who the hell are you? -Hello? -What are you doing in my house? We're Santa CIauses.
Yeah, you're Santa CIaus.
That's why you broke in through the window.
I'm calling the cops.
No, no, no.
I can explain.
We came down the chimney, but we forgot the presents.
It's actually It's kind of a funny story.
What the hell did you do? He was gonna call the cops, man! You can't call the cops on Santa.
Now, help me move this guy's body! He's still alive! AII right, tie him up.
I'm gonna make it Iook Iike a burglary.
AII right, Iook, Iet's just go.
Right, right.
We'II go.
I'm gonna rewrap this bat for Johnny.
Let me just clean his father's blood and hair off it.
Daddy, I want a drink of water.
Shit.
Hey, there.
How you doing? -Who are you? -I'm Santa.
You're Santa? Do you have my new cell phone? Well, I'm not sure it was on my Iist.
Do you have her cell phone, other Santa? Why, I have a cell phone.
So, we do have your cell phone! Well It's I have my cell phone.
No, we have your cell phone.
Give her the cell phone, Brian.
There you go.
Merry Christmas! Yeah.
Merry Christmas.
It has all my fucking contacts in it.
Who is Jennifer-Pizza-Hut-big-boobs-bad-face? Okay, Iook why don't you go back to bed, all right? Who are you? Where's Dan? -Oh, my God! -Oh, crap! -Quick, Stewie! Get the bat! -Help! Help! Mommy! It's okay.
It's okay.
Brian, see if you can find some duct tape! -Oh, my God! Oh, my God! - Mommy! Mama! AII right, Iet's get this place cleaned up.
AII right, that's the Iast of the blood.
Go check on the other kid.
-What other kid? -Johnny, the one who's getting the bat.
Stewie, there's only one bedroom up here.
What? Do you have a brother? Well, then who the hell is Oh, my God, we're in the wrong house.
Damn it, we tripped the alarm.
Brian, the cops are coming.
Let's go! What? We're just Ieaving Iike this? What about not wanting to ruin Christmas? It's already ruined! This was one house.
We've been here for an hour and a half! An hour and First of all, we're not even Santa anymore.
This has been a home invasion.
But an hour and a half, Brian! It's gonna be Iight in six hours, and we have to deliver to the whole rest of the world! There's two apartment buildings on this block alone! No wonder Santa Iost his mind.
This is ridiculous! We can't do this! Nobody can.
It's inhuman! AII right, come on, Iet's get out of here! -Damn, what about the reindeer? -The hell with the reindeer! Look, they're all eating each other, anyway! Besides, we don't need 'em.
I made a few modifications.
Hang on.
That was a disaster.
I can't believe it.
We were supposed to save Christmas, and we completely blew it.
We failed Santa.
No.
No, we didn't fail Santa.
The world failed Santa.
He gives and gives and gives, and everyone just takes him for granted.
Hell, I didn't even think he existed until Iast night.
Well, what are we supposed to do now? Christmas is doomed.
Maybe, but there is one thing we can do.
Move over.
Lois, there's no presents under the tree! What? Oh, my God.
Joe, did you get any Christmas presents? -No! - Me, neither! I got eight mediocre things.
Good morning, Quahog.
Our top story today, Santa Claus skips Christmas.
Hopeful citizens worldwide woke up to disappointment this morning when they discovered no gifts from Santa under their Christmas trees.
Local officials are going with the theory that everyone was bad this year.
The investigation continues into this mysterious Wait! I know what happened to Christmas! Brian? Santa CIaus! That's right.
It's Santa CIaus.
And you've got to Iisten to me.
The reason there was no Christmas this year is that this man is sick, very sick.
And he needs our help.
He's been bludgeoned by years of greed and avarice.
The workload offilling our Christmas lists has overwhelmed him.
And at the rate he 's going, he may not make it another year.
But there 's a way for us to help him.
If all of us, everywhere, can just cut back our demands and ask for only one Christmas present every year, there may still be hope.
I know it's in our nature to resist sacrifice, even in hard times, but if we don't, we may have to give up Christmas altogether.
Well, folks, you heard it here first on Channel Five News.
Looks like we have a choice.
One Christmas gift a year for each one of us.
Can we live with that? I can.
So can I.
-Me, too.
-I can, too.
I can Iive with that.
-Count me in.
-One is enough.
Aye.
I can.
One gift is okay.
I can Iive with it.
Okay, just one.
But if it's a gym membership, somebody's getting punched in the fuckin' face.
We can get out ofany mess If we learn to live with less And with Santa 's love there's nothing to fear All these happy wishes and lots of Christmas cheer Is all I really want this year! English - US - SDH