TV Short | | Animation, Short, Family
Comedian Louie Anderson tells a story of one Christmas when he was a kid, growing up in Wisconsin, and how he and his dad brought Christmas cheer to a woman who appeared to have none.
The origin of a running gag in the series, in which Mrs. Stillman's Christmas lights are still up many months later, and she would repeatedly ask Andy when he'll help take them down.
Go get the stand out of the basement.
Louie: You mean the stand that came over on the Mayflower?
Dad: It's a good stand! 'Been handed down generation after generation. When I was a kid, we didn't have any stands, WE HAD TO TAKE TURNS HOLDING THE TREE!!
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