18 Dec

Folks, if you haven’t yet seen the Studio 60 holiday show from a couple weeks ago, here is your chance: NBC is repeating it this evening.

Do yourself a favor and tune in tonight at 10 p.m. to see one of the year’s classiest, best-written episodes of television.

Matthew Perry’s character is a Jew with more Christmas spirit than anyone around him (sounds familiar), and his castmates try to discredit the entire holiday.

That, and a demented Santa Claus, an inspired parody of Dateline‘s “To Catch a Predator” series, and a classic quasi-romantic/stalker-ish moment toward the end.

And if you can’t make it home in time by 10, and you haven’t pre-set the VCR or TiVo, then just turn on the show whenever you can because you won’t want to miss the last five minutes. They’ll make you weep, cheer, and feel jolly all at the same time, thanks to an awesome, truly memorable New Orleans-flavored performance of “Oh Holy Night” that you’ll be talking about all week long.

Watch this show tonight. You’ll thank me tomorrow.

3 Responses to “TV PSA”

  1. Humma Kavula December 18, 2006 at 11:58 am #

    Why would I watch this when there’s belly button lint to pick?


  1. Ladies and Gentlemen, the City of New Orleans « Martin's Musings - November 18, 2012

    […] you can watch the Studio 60 “Christmas Show” episode from 2006. For my money, this was one of the best holiday-themed episodes of any show of all time — and definitely one of the finest hours of this short-lived TV […]

  2. The Ultimate “Very Marty” Holiday Spotify Playlist « Martin's Musings - December 4, 2012

    […] may be the best version of “Oh Holy Night” I’ve ever heard, the one Trombone Shorty did on Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip. Oh well. I’ve embedded the video below because this wouldn’t really be an “ultimate” […]

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