Get Into the Holiday Spirit With Alan Thicke and His Pals the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Having trouble getting into the proper seasonal spirit this year? You have two options at this point. Either a) relax, take each day as it comes and let that warm Christmas-y feeling gradually overtake you sometime between now and your third viewing of that episode of The Office when Pam and Rashida Jones throw a rival Xmas party to spite Angela or b) watch the video above and just absolutely fucking nuke any possible remnants of holiday cheer that might be lurking in your solar plexus and be done with it, perhaps to try again in 2016.

Spoiler alert: it’s footage of Alan Thicke (in Michael Knight cosplay) cavorting with a minivan-ful Ninja Turtles through the streets of Disneyland, singing a ridiculously cowabunga-fied rendition of “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” from hell. It isn’t the most embarrassing thing that ever happened (not even to Alan Thicke), but it’s pretty high up there on the Christmas tree of shame.

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2 Responses to Get Into the Holiday Spirit With Alan Thicke and His Pals the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

  1. collin0truckasaurus says:

    I’m having a hard time getting into the Christmas spirit this year. It’s too saturated too early. It’s not special anymore. It’s just a day.
    Also I don’t like when people ask me to tell them what to get me.

  2. flanny says:

    Sorry, but this is still my favorite Christmas song.

    (Have I told this story before? In high school I carpooled with this girl who drove us in her family’s giant, wood-paneled conversion van. She rediscovered the NKOTB Christmas cassette in the back of her closet, and brought it out into the van, where it got stuck in the cassette player. So for the rest of the school year, whenever we got sick of whatever was on the radio, Funky Funky Christmas was our plan B.)

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