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When to watch Charlie Brown, the Grinch, and Rudolph

What's your favorite holiday TV show? Is it the Grinch? Maybe Rudolph?

Do you know which show includes this line:  "This commercial dog is not going to ruin my Christmas.."?

Luckily, you'll have many chances to let TV put you in the festive mood. If you like Christmas movies, the Family channel has them just about 24/7, and TBS is once again running it's A Christmas Story marathon on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. NBC gets things rolling December 1st with It's A Wonderful Life.

Schedules subject to change. Check your local listings.

Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer--CBS Dec. 4th at 7pm Also Dec. 14 at 7pm.

Frosty the Snowman-- CBS Dec. 8th at 7pm. Followed by Frosty Returns.

Disney's Prep and Landing, and Disney's Prep and Landing 2--ABC Dec. 9th at 7pm

Santa Claus is Coming to Town--ABC Dec.11 at 7pm.

A Muppets Christmas--CW Dec. 11 at 8pm

Yes Virginia CBS--Dec. 14 at 7pm

The Elf on the Shelf--CBS Dec. 14 at 7:30pm

America's Funniest Videos presents the funniest Christmas videos ever--ABC Dec. 16 at 6pm

A Charlie Brown Christmas--ABC December 18 at 7pm

Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer--CW Dec. 21 at 8pm

A Chipmunk Christmas--ABC Dec. 22 at 7:30pm

Shrek the Halls--ABC Dec. 24 at 7:30pm

Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas--ABC Dec. 25 at 7:00pm


 
 


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11/28/2012 10:15AM
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11/28/2012 10:32PM
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Caught the show this AM. I enjoyed the comparison of the odds of winning powerball v. various other unlikely events. BUT, I must berate you for playing Sade. She's as awful as Tears for Fears. You can't play that stuff and also do "world's worst i-pod." I know you rag on me because we disagree on TFF, but I won't relent and I'm more stubborn than you are. I think we should get to see into your i-pod and vote on its contents.
11/28/2012 10:35PM
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Caught the show this AM. I enjoyed the comparison of the odds of winning powerball v. various other unlikely events. BUT, I must berate you for playing Sade. She's as awful as Tears for Fears. You can't play that stuff and also do "world's worst i-pod." I know you rag on me because we disagree on TFF, but I won't relent. I think we should get to see into your i-pod and vote on its contents.
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