It’s a Christmas miracle! Fox’s Animation Domination, temporarily re-branded as Sunday Funday, is airing all cartoon Christmas specials with the exception of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, which stars Andy Samberg who is basically a cartoon character. Even the black sheep of the family, American Dad, is celebrating the season with their new family at TBS.
“Dreaming of a White Porsche Christmas” – Monday 9PM, Dec 1 on TBS.
Stressful Christmas shopping with his family causes Stan (Seth MacFarlane) to wish he had the carefree life of Principal Lewis (Kevin Michael Richardson). The wish comes true and Stan trades lives with the bachelor, who gets his family in turn.
“I Won’t be Home For Christmas” – Sunday 8PM, Dec 7 and encore Dec 21 on Fox.
Homer Simpson (Dan Castellaneta) is kicked out of the house after spending Christmas Eve drinking with Moe (Hank Azaria). He has an It’s a Wonderful Life moment explains executive producer Al Jean.
“That sends Homer on an odyssey through Springfield,” Jean told TV Guide. “He see the different ways people can feel sadness and misery at Christmas, thanks to the pressure and emotional baggage that come with the holidays.”
“The Pontiac Bandit Returns” – Sunday 8:30PM, Dec 7 on Fox.
Doug Judy (Craig Robinson) AKA “The Pontiac Bandit” is finally apprehended but Captain Holt (Andre Braugher) offers him a plea deal if gives up a drug dealer named “Giggle Pig.” Holt insists no Christmas gifts but naughty Santiago (Melissa Fumero) doesn’t listen. Gina (Chelsea Peretti) and Boyle (Joe Lo Truglio) deal with the consequences of accidentally setting up their parents.
“The 2000-Year-Old Virgin” Sunday 9PM, Dec 7 and encore Dec 21 on Fox.
When Peter (Seth MacFarlane) discovers Jesus (Alec Sulkin) is still a virgin he vows to get him laid for his birthday. He enlists the help of his friends including Cleveland (Mike Henry), which officially makes it an Animation Domination Christmas.
“Father of the Bob” Sunday 8PM, Dec 7 and encore Dec 21 on Fox.
Bob (H. Jon Benjamin) reluctantly accepts a Christmas party invitation from his estranged father Big Bob (Carl Reiner). The kids compete for a “mistle-tony” award for the best homemade gift.
Guest voices include Bill Hader, Nick Offerman and Jordan Peele.