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"Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics"
South Park episode
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Jesus and Santa Claus sing.
Episode no. Season 3
Episode 15
Written by Trey Parker
Directed by Trey Parker
Production no. 315
Original airdate December 1, 1999
Season 3 episodes
South Park season 3
April 7, 1999 – January 12, 2000
  1. Rainforest Schmainforest
  2. Spontaneous Combustion
  3. The Succubus
  4. Tweek vs. Craig
  5. Jackovasaurus
  6. Sexual Harassment Panda
  7. Cat Orgy
  8. Two Guys Naked in a Hot Tub
  9. Jewbilee
  10. Chinpokomon
  11. Starvin' Marvin in Space
  12. Korn's Groovy Pirate Ghost Mystery
  13. Hooked on Monkey Fonics
  14. The Red Badge of Gayness
  15. Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics
  16. Are You There God? It's Me, Jesus
  17. World Wide Recorder Concert

Season 2 Season 4
List of South Park episodes

"Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics" is episode 46 of Comedy Central's animated television series South Park. An album of comedic holiday songs, some featured in the episode, and others exclusive to the album, or featured in other episodes, was released the week prior to the episode's original air date, December 1, 1999. In September 2008, Russian prosecutors filed a motion to ban the series based on complaints received about this episode. This is Mary Kay Bergman's final episode [1]



The episode is styled as a variety show and features Mr. Hankey as the host; he sits by the fire in his sewer home and introduces shorts featuring unusual holiday songs. The episode was dedicated to Mary Kay Bergman, the voice of most of the female characters on the show, who committed suicide less than a month earlier. Since the episode features audio from the Christmas Classics album, which had been recorded months earlier, it marks the final episode in which Bergman's voice appears.


  1. "Mr. Hankey The Christmas Poo", performed by a postman
  2. "Dreidel Dreidel Dreidel", performed by Kyle Broflovski, with Eric Cartman, Stan Marsh, and Gerald, Sheila and Ike Broflovski
  3. "O Tannenbaum", performed by Adolf Hitler
  4. "Christmas Time In Hell", performed by Satan and the damned
  5. "Carol of the Bells", performed by Mr. Mackey
  6. "O Holy Night", incorrectly performed by Eric Cartman
  7. "Merry Fucking Christmas", performed by Mr. Garrison
  8. "I Saw Three Ships", performed by Shelley Marsh
  9. A Christmas medley performed by Jesus and Santa Claus as lounge singers, featuring: "Joy to the World", "Up On the House Top", "Away in a Manger", "O Come All Ye Faithful", "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing", "Silent Night", "Rio", and "Let it Snow"
  10. "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas", performed by Mr. Hankey and the cast.
  11. During the ending credits a reprise of "Dreidel Dreidel Dreidel" plays.

"Fighting the frizzies, at eleven."

After every commercial break, a live action segment featuring a news anchor is shown, saying "Fighting the frizzies, at eleven." In the DVD commentary, Stone and Parker indicate this is a reference to a bootleg tape of The Star Wars Holiday Special. The original tape featured a brief clip at the end from WCBS-TV featuring newscaster Rolland Smith informing viewers, "Fighting the frizzies, at eleven." However, while the original news ad was apparently referring to "frizzy" hair, the ending credits of this episode of South Park features the news anchor boxing a man in a giant fuzzy suit.[2]


Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics
Soundtrack by Various Artists
Released November 23, 1999
Genre Comedy, Christmas Music
Length 36:34
Label Sony
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Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics

The album features more songs than the show. Additionally, some of those featured in the show are slightly different than the aired versions, due to content and running time. All songs are completely uncensored unlike the TV show version. Songs marked with an asterisk (*) are featured in other episodes of the series, and those marked with two (**) are not featured in the television series at all:

  1. "Mr. Hankey The Christmas Poo" - Cowboy Timmy – 2:16
  2. "Merry Fucking Christmas" - Mr. Garrison – 2:04
  3. "O Holy Night" - Eric Cartman – 1:57
  4. "Dead, Dead, Dead" - Juan Schwartz** – 2:13
  5. "Carol of the Bells" - Mr. Mackey – 0:57
  6. "The Lonely Jew On Christmas" - Kyle Broflovski* – 2:46
  7. "I Saw Three Ships" - Shelly Marsh – 1:02
  8. "It Happened In Sun Valley" - Stan Marsh And Wendy Testaburger** – 2:21
  9. "O Tannenbaum" - Adolf Hitler – 1:10
  10. "Christmas Time In Hell" - Satan – 2:15
  11. "What The Hell Child Is This?" - Chef** – 4:28
  12. "Santa Claus Is On His Way" - Mr. Hankey* – 0:28
  13. "Swiss Colony Beef Log" - Eric Cartman** – 2:16
  14. "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing" - Eric Cartman* – 0:40
  15. "Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel" - Ike, Sheila, Gerald, and Kyle Broflovski, Eric Cartman, and Stan Marsh – 3:20
  16. "The Most Offensive Song Ever" - Kenny McCormick And Mr. Hankey** – 3:00
  17. "We Three Kings" - Mr. Ose** – 0:51
  18. "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" - Mr. Hankey – 2:30

There is also a rare promo-CD version of the album, titled Mr. Hanky's Christmas Classics (Dirty Version). This version contains the Christmas medley by Santa Claus and Jesus (longer version than the one in the show, including clips from 11 different songs, including "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town", "The First Noel" and "Ludacrismas" between "Away in a Manger" and "O Come All Ye Faithful"), as well as a "Most Offensive" (sung completely by Mr. Hankey) version of "The Most Offensive Song Ever" (titled "The Most Offensive Story Ever Told" on the promo-CD).

Preceded by
The Red Badge of Gayness
South Park episodes Followed by
Are You There God? It's Me, Jesus


  1. ^ "Bid to ban "extremist" U.S. cartoon". Reuters. 2008-09-08. Retrieved 2008-10-23.  
  2. ^ The Complete South Park Season 3 DVD

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