Characters[edit | edit source]
- Deedee Doodle
- Rooney Doodle
- Moe Doodle
- Clubhouse Chicken (debut)
- Mr. Moosehead
- Jazzmin (debut)
- Audio Murphy (debut)
- Bus Driver Bob
- Singing kids (debut)
- People watching the concert
Synopsis[edit | edit source]
Deedee, Rooney and Moe decorate the clubhouse with Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa decorations for the aforementioned three holiday traditions. Jazzmin arrives with a basket of corn to give to the Doodlebops to put in the Kwanzaa pile. The Doodles come up with a brand new song called It's A Happy Holiday.
The Doodlebops headed for the recording studio, where they meet Audio Murphy and recorded the song with a brand new dance called the Down Hill Skier. Murphy explains that it is the best holiday tradition.
On the bus, Bus Driver Bob shows the Doodlebops a brand new effect: Santa Claus' sleigh. Deedee explains that she wishes it would be fun to celebrate a holiday together. They went to the concert in time to see a big surprise: Kids are going to sing with them at the concert, too. It was a huge holiday success at the concert.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- This episode marks the first appearance of Jazzmin and Audio Murphy.
- This episode also marks the debut of the chicken.
- Where's Moe?: Moe hides inside of a big, red present.
- When Deedee asks Mudge where Moe is hiding, Mudge replies with, "Nothing but us reindeer".
- Multiple changes occurred between season 1 and season 2. To learn more, go here.
- The singing kids in this episode were the Toronto City Mission Choir according to the credits.
- This episode is the only Doodlebops Christmas special.
- This is the final episode to use the full version of The Doodlebops ending theme.
- The songs that were sung at the concert are It's A Happy Holiday, I Can Dance and Thank You.