Anime TV Christmas episode specials

Since I watched a ‘Shining Time Station’ Christmas episode special, ‘Tis a Gift’ with Ringo Starr as the conductor who told us the Thomas the Tank Engine Christmas episode stories, “Thomas’ Christmas Party” and “Thomas and the Missing Christmas Tree”, I watched these anime TV episodes. One from each anime TV show on how they celebrate Christmas. And they were wonderful!

Two Hamtaro episodes, ‘A Wonderful Santa Claus’ and ‘Merry Christmas!’. Hamtaro was giving out presents as Father Christmas, with the help of Bijou. To his friends he all knew. That is a episode later. The 25th episode was the ‘Merry Christmas!’ one as Boss knew Father Christmas could give out gifts to everyone. But I’m sure Laura, got for what she want for Christmas. A plush doll that looks like Hamtaro and a doll house. Not love from that Travis!

Case Closed, on the episode was ‘Karaoke Killing’. A detective type Yu-Gi-Oh boy who solved the case on a murder to a rock star. He had the time for that and when he gave a gift to her girlfriend. It was romantic!

One of the original Pokémon episodes called ‘Holiday Hi-Jynx’. While Jesse was out for payback for what happened to her on Christmas years ago, Ash, Misty and Brock helped a Jynx to get to the North Pole with the help of a telepathic Lapras. It can talk alright. With it’s powers. After that was over, snow came falling as they received Christmas gifts. For Ash, Misty, Brock and Pikachu. You’ve seen how young Jesse was and how the Jynx can help out. When it’s raining or freezing. Even when Misty looks warm with Pikachu when she’s wrapped up!

Cardcaptors, which took place during the holidays as Sakura was capturing ‘The Fire’ card. At a carnival as she made a beautiful smile as she was happy to see snow falling. But I’d let Sakura to stay away from Li. But Meiling and Madison were good, along with Sakura’s other friends at school. And of course, her schoolteacher, Layla Mackenzie. She looks romantic. However, I still dislike that Li boy. But her sister seems nice.

‘Ranma 1/2’ as Ranma was dealing with his girlfriends on Christmas Eve. ‘A Xmas without Ranma’. He didn’t transformed into that red haired girl, but is played by Richard Ian Cox. Who played Inuyasha. And his sister Akane, wanted to stop this. Three girls wanted Ranma for Christmas as one of them is voiced by the same actress who played Sango! Everything went better when they were all invited to Ranma and Akane’s house for Christmas dinner as the snow fell. And Akane received the gifts she wanted for Christmas, thanks to Ranma.

Pretty Cure on a episode called ‘A Holiday Visitor’ as Hannah and Natalie were celebrating at school before Christmas break. They were having a bake sale, just when there was trouble ahead. They were transformed into Cure Black and Cure White. That is how they are the Pretty Cure. The episode had a great ending as they were now on Christmas break.

‘Dinosaur King’ on a episode called ‘Santa saurus’ as Max, his parents, his two friends such as the beautiful Zoey, their dinosaur friends and two of rival kids have to behave on Christmas Eve as they were dressed up in costumes. Aki Taylor was Snow White, Zoey’s was beautiful in Christmas clothing, Max was a snowman, and some of their mini dinosaur friends were caribou than reindeer. They did had a rival fight, but another brutal dinosaur fight out in the streets. Thanks to them and four more weirdoes.

‘Digimon’ in the second season on a episode called ‘A Very Digi Christmas’. That was when our main heroes and new ones had the manage of giving when their Digimon came for a surprise. Sora, Kari, Yolei, Mimi are still dynamite gals as they are beautiful. Although, they were dealing with more Digimon enemies coming into their world. That kinda sucks at Christmas time.

‘Magical DoReMi’ on a episode called ‘Saving Santa’, all four girls as magical guardians save Father Christmas as he was weak from his sickness. They deliver the gifts for them. They did a grand job as they received an award from their queen. It was a bit wonky, but they show the true meaning of giving at Christmas time.

Tokyo Mew Mew or Mew Mew Power couldn’t make it, because those two Christmas episodes were in Japanese. They didn’t make it to Japan in English dubbed, by the TV show ‘Mew Mew Power’. Although they were looking for dinosaur cards, powers of wisdom, protecting the Earth, learning new adventures, solving mysteries, figuring out what could happen in the future, capturing creatures and powers, breaking curses and saving Christmas, they were good. I had to try something new for a change.

‘Tis a Gift’ from “Shining Time Station”

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‘A Wonderful Santa Claus’ and ‘Merry Christmas!’ from “Hamtaro”

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‘Karaoke Killing’ from “Case Closed”

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‘Saving Santa’ from “Magical DoReMi”

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‘Holiday Hi-Jynx’ from the very first season of “Pokémon”

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‘The Third Element’ from “Cardcaptors”

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‘A Xmas without Ranma’ from “Ranma 1/2”

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‘Santa saurus’ from
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‘A Very Digi Christmas’ from “Digimon” in season two

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‘A Holiday Visitor’ from “Pretty Cure”

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“Mew Mew Power” didn’t make it in English, but was good! 😀

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Happy Holidays from ‘osmovies wordpress’!!!

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