Segment 1
"Jingle Bells"
"Deck The Halls"
"We Wish You A Happy New Year"
"O Pizza Pie"
"On This Day Of Christmas"
"Up On The Housetop"
"Jingle Bells"

Intermission 1
Good King Wenceslas
Jingle Bells

Segment 2
"Holly Jolly Christmas"
"Run Run Rudolph"

Intermission 2
O Christmas Tree
It Came Upon A Midnight Clear

Segment 3
"We Wish You A Merry Christmas"
"Restaurant Christmas Dinner"
"We Wish You A Merry Christmas"

Intermission 3
Joy To The World

Segment 4
"Jolly Old Saint Nicholas"
"Current Edition"
"Jolly Old Saint Nicholas"

Intermission 4
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen Silent Night

Segment 5
"We Wish You A Merry Christmas"
"Twas The Night Before Christmas"
"We Wish You A Merry Christmas"

Intermission 5
Deck The Halls

During 1995, we have been getting some pretty weird showtapes with the video being produced by Disney and not as many songs in skits. This Holiday show has a couple of cool thing in it, but pretty much I thought this show was rather dull, including the really boring intermissions that would drag on at times. It was pretty much the same thing over and over: videos of cozy looking homes with fireplaces with different holiday songs being played in the back. The skits were pretty short, a couple only lasted 5-7 minutes long! This version of the show was edited and at the beginning and end of each show, there would be a little intro skit (simular to Jukebox Jam Show), and you can tell from the voices that they reuse five of the segments from 1995, with the regular old voice actors.

Recycled Song - The two Joke Pizza intermissions, A Game Of Horse shoes, The Virtuoso, and Tricks For Treats intermissions were all reused from 1994.

Disney Influence - Run Run Ruldolph was used also as a LIVE Show, in the show it is featured minus Munch speaking after each line of the song.

Recycled Footage - Some footage from Segments were used as countdown videos in the Holiday 2002 show.

-2 out of 5 Tokens-

This show is nothing like a holiday show at all... just another type of weird 1995 show to me. Holiday 91, 92/93/94, and today's modern Holiday shows are so much better than the kinda stuff contained in this Show. With dull intermissions, short segments, and weird material... this is nothing like other Holiday shows at all... Happy Holidays everyone!