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Uncle Jesse Duke (Denver Pyle), whose CB handle was "The Shepherd," died peacefully on Christmas Day in 1997. (THE DUKES OF HAZZARD)
Dr. John Becker (Ted Danson), a grouchy family practice physician from New York City, thinks that Christmas SUCKS! (BECKER)
Elaine Benes (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) wanted to send a Christmas card with her photograph on it and so she got her friend Cosmo Kramer (Michael Richards) to take a snapshot. Unfortunately, Elaine and Kramer didn't realize her blouse was not fully buttoned and that her breast nipple was exposed to the camera lens. When Elaine first saw the mistake, she cried "Oh my God, that's my Nipple!" For this little Yule tide photo faux pas she was nicknamed "The Nip" by her coworkers at Pendant Publishing. Elaine later cropped the nipple part off the photograph and used it for her health club ID. (SEINFELD)
During a Christmas visit, Ellen Richmond's Aunt Mary (played by Mary Tyler Moore)  grabs the butt of a shopping mall Santa Claus as a joke because she thought she knew the man. But when  the person in the Santa suit turned out to be a stranger (played by Ed Asner), an embarrassed Aunt Mary  whined "Ohh, Mr. Cl-a-a-a-us!"
Phoebe Buffay (Lisa Kudrow) composed a Christmas holiday song with the lyrics “Monica, Monica have a happy Hanukkah.” (FRIENDS)


"But really let's face it, all other days bow down to the 25th: Christmas. It's the only religious holiday that's also a Federal holiday. That way Christians can go to their services and everyone else can stay home and reflect on the true meaning of Separation of Church and State."

  -- Samantha Bee, The Daily Show


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