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  • During "The Best Part Of Christmas":
    • At one point, Bill, Tilly, Cricket and Nancy mimic repetitive dance moves from A Charlie Brown Christmas.
    • In Tilly's part, she pops out of the mailbox and scares the mailwoman, like how SpongeBob does in the SpongeBob SquarePants episode "Chocolate With Nuts".
    • Gramma's part is an offhand mention to A Christmas Carol.
    • The creepy elf on a bookshelf is a reference to Elf on the Shelf.
  • At the beginning of "Good Deeds are Good Indeed", Cricket swings on a lamppost like Gene Kelly from Singin' in the Rain.
  • The song "If I Can't Have Christmas" where Cricket goes naughty and pranks the town is reminiscent of the Grinch stealing Christmas in the Dr. Seuss book How the Grinch Stole Christmas! and its adaptations.
    • The scene where Cricket gets the idea to resort to his naughty pranks, it is reminiscent of the Grinch getting the idea to stop Christmas.
    • The episode title itself shares its name with a song by Barenaked Ladies used for the 2001 film adaptation.
  • In "No Christmas At All" when Cricket looks at a toy display through a window, the toy train on the far left bears an uncanny resemblance to Thomas the Tank Engine from the long-running Thomas and Friends.
  • When Cricket said "Cry Me A River" to the kid, is a reference to a common idiom as well as the 2002 song, sung by a pop singer, Justin Timberlake.
  • The robot pet Tilly holds during "The Best Part Of Christmas (reprise)" bears a strong resemblance to the electronic pet toy Furby.
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