Robot Chicken Lots Of Holidays But Don’t Worry Christmas Is Still In There Too So Pull The Stick Out Of Your Ass Fox News Special Announced

Adult Swim has announced that the next Robot Chicken holiday special — Robot Chicken Lots Of Holidays But Don’t Worry Christmas is Still In There Too So Pull The Stick Out Of Your Ass Fox News Special — will air on Sunday, December 7th, at 11:30 ET/PT.

The Robot Chicken Lots of Holidays but Don’t Worry Christmas is Still in There Too so Pull the Stick Out of Your Ass Fox News Special

In the announcement, it says that in the episode “…the Robot Chicken writers take on every holiday that ever existed in this new special! We see what Mother’s Day is like for the Disney characters, a talented Jewish boy raps about gelt, a Pilgrim has a special surprise for his family on the first Thanksgiving, and Santa has a little trouble with his neighbor up at the North Pole.” Which, as you can tell from the above image, obviously has Superman and the Kringles hanging out.

Along with the special, Adult Swim will also be releasing Robot Chicken Christmas Specials, a compilation DVD that will include Robot Chicken’s Christmas Special (from season 1), Robot Chicken’s Half-Assed Christmas Special (season 2), Robot Chicken’s Full-Assed Christmas Special (season 3), Robot Chicken’s DP Christmas Special (season 4), Robot Chicken’s ATM Christmas Special (season 5), and Robot Chicken’s Born Again Virgin Christmas Special (season 6), as well as previously unreleased deleted scenes, promos, and unused animatics.

The Robot Chicken Lots of Holidays but Don’t Worry Christmas is Still in There Too so Pull the Stick Out of Your Ass Fox News Special cover

Robot Chicken Christmas Specials will be available on November 18th for $9.79, though it only is only on DVD (even though some of those seasons are on Blu-ray), and it won’t include Robot Chicken Lots Of Holidays But Don’t Worry Christmas is Still In There Too So Pull The Stick Out Of Your Ass Fox News Special.

 

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