Arthur's Perfect Christmas
Arthur's Perfect Christmas is an hour-long Arthur special that first aired on November 23, 2000. It has since been released on home videos.
As the residents of Elwood City get ready for Christmas, Hanukkah , Kwanzaa, and even "Baxter Day," they all want their holiday celebrations to be perfect—but just what does that mean?
Why It Rocks
- Creative plot.
- Great voice acting.
- Arthur, his family (with the exception of D.W.) and his friends are great characters as usual.
- "Boogie Woogie Christmas" is a memorable song.
- "Baxter Day" was also a creative idea.
- George's family is revealed to be Swedish and they celebrate Saint Lucia Day.
- Good ending, despite Arthur getting annoyed by D.W.'s new toy.
- D.W. throwing a tantrum just because she didn't get Tina The Talking Tabby is annoying.
- Muffy betrayed Francine's religion by saying Hanukkah isn't as important as Christmas. She at least apologizes at the end and tries to understand Hanukkah.
- Some lines were cut in the later airings, but they can still be heard in the 2002 DVD.
- Bathroom humor was used for the first time in Arthur.
- This is the last production in which Michael Yarmush voiced Arthur.