|Billy & Mandy Save Christmas|
|Series||The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy|
|Writer|| Maxwell Atoms (story)
Nina Bargiel (screenplay) Jeremy Bargiel (screeplay)
|Cartoon Network US Premiere||December 24, 2005|
Prank Call of Cthulu
It's Christmas in Endsville, and Billy dragged Grim and Mandy to see Santa Claus at the Endsville mall. When they get there, they find out it isn't really Santa, but Mr. Skarr instead. Mandy tells Billy that there really isn't any Santa. So Grim goes to the north pole to prove it to Mandy. But when they get there, they have a much bigger problem on their hands...
Santa Claus has been bitten by a vampire, and the must find the head vampire to return him to normal. But the head vampire isn't what they were looking for. So Mandy, Grim and their new ally, the head vampire, Baron Von Ghoulish, went to eliminate the Head Head-Vampire, Mrs. Claus.
- Story by: Maxwell Atoms
- Written by: Nina and Jeremy Bargiel
- Storyboard by: C. H. Greenblat & Maxwell Atoms & Shaun Cashman & Debbie Cone & Brett Varon
- Art direction: Rae McCarson
- Directed by: Eddy Houchins & Sue Perrotto & Russell Calabrese & Shaun Cashman & Juli Hashiguchi
- Greg Eagles as Grim / Sperg
- Richard Steven Horvitz as Billy
- Grey DeLisle as Mandy / Doll
- Malcolm McDowell as Baron Von Ghoulish
- Carol Kane as Mrs. Claus
- Gilbert Gottfried as Santa Claus
- Armin Shimerman as General Skarr
- Dee Bradley Baker as Dad #2 / Man in Cave / Snow Monster / Bat Kid
- Amber Hood as Cassie / Elf
- Richard McGonagle as Male Parent / Man / Father Time
- B.J. Ward as Female Parent / Mother Earth / Kid #2
- Santa has been turned into a vampire 6 or 7 times.
- Rudolph's nose is a light bulb.
- When Grim tells his story of Santa, Carl Greenblatt is on his naughty or nice list.
- Early in the show, a game called Hello 2 is mentioned, paroding Halo.
- Mandy calls the vampire, Santa "Batman."
- The ending credits song used is "Round and Round" by Ratt.
- When The Grim Reaper, Mandy, and Billy arrive there was a wampa about to attack luke skywalker and of course this was a parody of the famous scene in Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back. He was screaming. Though, unlike the actual wampa, it had many eyes.