CHECK IT OUT, DUDE.
THE CAMERA SHOOTSONE FRAME AT A TIME.
SO, ALL WE GOTTA DO ISPUT THE RIGHT MOUTH ON,
ACCORDING TO WHAT SYLLABLETHEY'RE PRONOUNCINGAT THAT FRAME.
YEAH, SO WHAT'STHE FIRST SYLLABLE ?
AH, "W", WE WISH YOUA MERRY CHRISTMAS.
OKAY, SO WE PUT LITTLE "WOO"MOUTHS ON ALL OUR HEADS.
AND THEN WE SHOOT THATFOR ONE FRAME.
( camera clicks )ONE.
THAT'S 1/24th OF A SECONDOF OUR MOVIE ALREADY SHOT.
NOW THE NEXT MOUTH.
AH, "E", WE WISH YOUA MERRY CHRISTMAS.
OKAY, WHERE ARETHE "E" MOUTHS ?
OKAY,"WOO" MOUTHS AGAIN.
SO HOW MUCH DONEIS THAT ?
"WE WISH YOU A MERRY."
AH, JESUS CHRIST.
Creating an animated film frame by frame isn't as fun or easy as the boys expected.
The boys meet Mr. Hankey's little nuggets.x CLOSE
Mr. Hankey teaches his nugget that he's not just a part of Christmas; he's a part of everything.x CLOSE
The animated Christmas special brings back holiday cheer and the spirit of buying lots of stuff.x CLOSE
Kyle waits up to welcome Mr. Hankey but he doesn't come.x CLOSE
The boys' caroling isn't rousing any cheer. People aren't buying presents for Christmas anymore.x CLOSE
The boys come up with an idea to create their own animated Christmas special.x CLOSE
Mayor gives the boys money for their animated Christmas card.x CLOSE
Mr. Hankey promises to help Kyle with his animated Christmas card.x CLOSE
Butters gives the boys a demo of his construction paper cut-outs for their animated film.x CLOSE
The animated film isn't finished yet but the boys try to record what they have.x CLOSE