|The Season of Giving|
|"Seasons greetings and good tidings, all you people!"|
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|Released||December 30, 2007|
The Season of Giving is a 2007 comedy brickfilm by Zach Macias. It is a follow-up to Merry Happy Whatever from 2005, and it is a parody of feel-good holiday specials. It was an entry to the fourth Twenty-four Hour Animation Contest and ultimately placed second.
Plot[edit | edit source]
The host greets the viewers and declares the holiday season to be The Season of Giving. He calls on the viewers to reflect back on selfless acts on giving: A father gives his son a broken-down station wagon; a hyperactive child screams "Gimme gimme gimme" as his parent buys presents; the Terminator approaches some bystanders and demands their clothes; Ben and Andy fight over a Wii; a robber robs a woman.
The host, flustered, scrambles to regain his composure and wishes everyone "A merry happy whatever." Someone offscreen mutters "I don't."
Cast[edit | edit source]
- Zach Macias as Merry Happy Whatever Guy, Ben, Andy, Son, Hyperactive Kid, Robber, "I Don't" Guy
- Nathan Wells as Terminator
- Day Clancy as Father