Mr. Hankey the Christmas Poo and Charlie Manson host two touching holiday episodes: with them and your favorite South Park characters you'll rediscover what Christmas is really all about. First, sing along with "Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classic," a hilarious collection of carols--including Kyle and his family doing a particularly irreverent, a cappella version of "Dreidl Dreidl Dreidl," and there's nothing like Satan's "Christmastime in Hell"--surprising who you'll see down there. And Mr. Hankey definitely leaves his mark on his finale, too. The next episode is "Merry Christmas, Charlie Manson": Stan joins a trip to Cartman's grandma's house where the Cartmans are happily surprised that Uncle Howard is able to show up, having broken out of jail with his cellmate Charlie Manson. The tape has a bonus third program: the "outrageous British documentary" Goin' Down to South Park, a half-serious, half-tongue-in-cheek look at the creators and production crew who animate South Park. Trey Parker and Matt Stone, from their hot tub, discuss the origin of South Park and how the merchandising, money, and fame have made their lives so much easier. --Erik Macki
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