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"Hairy Christmas" is the thirty-seventh episode of the Disney Channel animated series American Dragon: Jake Long. It is the sixteenth episode of the show's second season, and the show's Christmas episode.

Plot

On Christmas Eve, Fu Dog tells a story of two magical creatures who were not having a jolly holiday: a baby sasquatch that has been separated from its family and Jake, who is fed up with his family's embarrassing holiday traditions. Unfortunately, the sasquatch accidentally not only gets the public's attention, but that of Rotwood, who is determined to capture it.

Jake's parents take Jake and Haley to the mall where Brad sees Jake on Santa's lap. Overwhelmed with embarrassment, Jake tells his family that all he wanted for Christmas was to be free from his "family and their whack traditions". Spud tells Jake about the sasquatch, so Jake ran outside to find it, but is confronted by Huntsboys 88 and 89 as they comically chase the sasquatch but only succeeded in getting hurt.

Jake, Trixie, and Spud follow the sasquatch back to the mall where Jake confronts his parents once again before resuming the chase. Little did they know, 88 and 89 are also at the mall looking for a present for the Huntsman, and 88 cannot decide between a stuffed bunny and an Easy Bake Oven until they see the sasquatch.

Jake chases the sasquatch to where the mayor is lighting the tree, which the baby climbs up. Rotwood follows but loses his balance when the lights turned on. In dragon form, Jake flies up to the tree as Rotwood falls, and 88 and 89 fly by with a Hunts-vehicle, snatching up the baby. Rotwood lands safely on a giant Christmas present box as Jake makes ready to go after the Huntsboys, but the sasquatch's family shows up, very angry. Spud tries to distract them by skating as Jake leaves, but is unsuccessful. Thinking quickly, Trixie wraps her white coat into a bundle, saying it's the baby, prompting the group of sasquatches into chasing after her.

Jake quickly catches up to the Huntsboys. Huntsboy 89 captures him in a net, but out of excitement of that success, he loses control of the vehicle. They crash into a theater where people are performing a Christmas pageant. Jake frees himself from the net, only to be swept up as a part of the pageant as a female Santa dancer, with a Santa skirt and everything, while the Huntsboys leave with the baby. After a couple moments, Jake gets away, flying as fast as he can to catch up, but crashes into Trixie and Spud as 88 and 89 load onto a Hunts-copter just as the sasquatch herd shows up. Jake and the herd both try to attack the copter, but are hit with a stun ray.

Things are then left to Spud. He pulls out a loaf of fruitcake and hurls it at the Hunts-copter, causing it to spin out of control with 88 and 89 holding on for dear life. The baby sasquatch is safely reunited with its family. The baby gives Jake its special rattle, and Jake realizes Christmas is not about the parties or the presents; it's about being with family.

Trixie wakes up the next morning to find her father had managed to make it home for the holidays. HA Colonel with the U.S. Air Force, he said one of Santa's reindeer had breathed fire, unfreezing his plane.

At Jake's house, he gets to place the star on top of their tree. He seems to be fine with his family's traditions – that is, until his father starts listening to their new Christmas record.

Fu then finishes the story while drinking eggnog.

Trivia

  • Fu Dog waddling through the snow is a nod to Sam the Snowman from Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.
  • Jake not only protects magical Creatures but he also rescues humans too.

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Media

Television: American Dragon: Jake Long
Books: The Dragon Hunter | The Gnome Eater
Games: All Star Skate Park | Rose's Print Shop | Dangerous Descent | Jake's Dragon Tile Combo | Jake's Inferno Pinball | The Huntsclan Traps | High Risk Rescue | American Dragon: Rise of the Huntsclan | American Dragon: Jake Long, Attack of the Dark Dragon

Characters

Main Characters: Jake Long | Rose | Trixie Carter | Arthur Spudinski | Luong Lao Shi | Fu Dog | Jonathan Long | Susan Long | Haley Long
Other Characters: Brad Morton | Hans Rotwood | Stacey Wintergrin | Tracey | Lacey | Olivia Mears | Courtney | Jasmine | Marnie Lockjelly | Danika Hunnicutt | Nigel Thrall | Fred Nerk | Kyle Wilkins | Gregory | Andrew | Silver | Carol St. Carmine | Frederick Buttersleeves | Joshua | Trisha | "Jake Long Junior" | Aunt Cathy | Rose's parents | Rose's Twin | Sara and Kara | The Dragon Council | Councilor Andam | Councilor Kulde | Councilor Kukulkhan | Councilor Omina | Patchouli Long | Sun Park | Dolores Derceto | Ms. Jenkins | Ms. McGuire | Ms. Birch | Mrs. Carter | Colonel Hank Carter | Ms. Spudinski | Officer Morton | Veronica | Brocamas | Stan Lipkowski | Bertha | Reggie the Brownie | Clooney | Santa Claus | Jaren MacArthur | Shaniqua Chulavista | Thad Rochefort-Chaise | Jasma Sancere | Ron Slam | Coach Sackerson | Judge Glamis Cutler | Tommy King | The Witches of Woodstock | Jack Frost | Pix McGee | Queen Liliana | Strigoi | Mister Krunkers | Benny | Petite Messenger Fairy | Herbert the Goblin
Creatures: Dragons | Dwarves | Trolls | Pixies | Elf | Goblin | Brownie | Tooth Minions | Giant | Sprite | Gremlin | Griffin | Shade Demons | Hairball Monsters | Hobgoblin | The Krylock Demon | Iceberg Monster | Jersey Devil | Guardian Serpent | Avemetrus | Sea Serpent | Gnomes | Cyclops | Shark People | Nymphs | Harpy | The Kraken | Djinn | Kelpie | The Magical Community
Villians: The Huntsman | Johnny Wang | The Huntsclan | The Dark Dragon | Councilor Chang | Bananas B. | Eli Excelsior Pandarus | Nix | Huntsgirl | Huntsboys 88 and 89 | Huntsgirl 18 | Sigmund Brock | Fury | Euryale | Medusa | Evil Jake | Hook Hand Ghost | Vicky Fickling | Yan Yan | Shackles Jack | Kumo | Tiburón
Guest Characters: Monty Hall | Ingrid Third

Episodes

Old School Training | Dragon Breath | The Talented Mr. Long | The Legend of Dragon Tooth | Act 4, Scene 15 | Adventures in Troll Sitting | Fu Dog Takes a Walk | Professor Rotwood's Thesis | The Egg | The Heist | Dragon Summit | Body Guard Duty | Shapeshifter | The Ski Trip | The Long Weekend | Eye of the Beholder | Jake Takes the Cake | Hong Kong Nights | Halloween Bash | Fu and Tell | Flight of the Unicorn | Keeping Shop | Ring Around the Dragon | The Hunted | Bring It On | Half Baked | The Academy | The Doppelganger Gang | Something Fishy This Way Comes | Breakout | Family Business | Hero of the Hourglass | Dreamscape | A Befuddled Mind | Fool's Gold | Feeding Frenzy | Haley Gone Wild | Supernatural Tuesday | The Rotwood Files | Hairy Christmas | Switcheroo | The Love Cruise | Year of the Jake | Homecoming | Young at Heart | Siren Says | Shaggy Frog | Nobody's Fu | Magic Enemy #1 | A Ghost Story | Bite Father, Bite Son | Game On | Furious Jealousy | Being Human | The Hong Kong Longs

Locations

New York | New York (state) | New Jersey | Alabama | Florida | Millard Fillmore Middle School | Isle of Draco | Hong Kong | Subway | The Empire State Building | China | Camp Mugwomp | Magus Bazaar | Canal Street Electronics | Island of Atlantis | Cosmopolitan Museum of Art | Familio Festevedro

Objects

Mark of the Huntsclan | The 13 Aztec Skulls | Huntstaff | Magical journals | Brockium

Songs

The Chosen One | The Hubba Hubba Hula

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