The Confused Christmas Series is a series of animatronics that were made in 2008-2010, and remade in 2014. Each one holds a light up snowflake, and they sing or play a Christmas song. But they don't sing or play the right songs, hence, the name.

Props in seriesEdit

Frosty the Snowman- Musical version of "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer". 2008-2010

Yukon- Instrumental Hawaiian version of "Jingle Bells". 2009

Hermy- Sings "Jingle Bells", "Deck the Halls", and "We Wish you a Merry Christmas" in a Scooby Doo voice. 2008-2009

Rudolph- Frosty the Snowman 2008-2010

SpongeBob- Musical version of "We're a Couple of Misfits". 2008

Spotted Elephant- Blue Christmas in a Porky Pig voice. 2010

Porky Pig- Silver and Gold 2010

Bumble- Grandma got Run over by a Reindeer 2008-2010

Bugs Bunny- The Most Wonderful Day of the Year 2009-2010

Scooby Doo- Have a Holly Jolly Christmas 2008-2009

Cousin Mel- Deck the Halls in a Bugs Bunny voice. 2008

Patrick Star- Linus and Lucy. 2009

Snoopy- The Very First Christmas 2009

Olaf- Call Me Beep Me 2014

Kim Possible- Jingle Bells and Deck the Halls in Buck the Deers voice 2014

Buck the Deer- In Summer 2014

Fan TriviaEdit

-In 2008, the Cousin Mel one was recalled due to the snowflake falling off easy, and kids choking on it, making it the rarest of them all, with only 150 known models not recalled.

-A few others were planned, including a Pooh Bear that sings "We'll Figure it out", a Mickey that sings "We Wish you a Merry Christmas" in Tiggers voice, a Lizzie McGuire one that sings "Jingle Bells" in Pooh Bears voice, and a Tigger that sings Rockin Around the Christmas Tree in Mickeys voice, but Gemmy couldn't afford to get the permission from Disney until 2014, so only one of each of these exist, each one belonging to a different user, Pooh Bear belongs to Heather Wright, Mickey belongs to Gemmygod, Lizzie McGuire belongs to Coltonandgen, and Tigger belongs to Big Mouth Billy Bass.

-Many people have sold these on eBay on extremely high prices, thinking they had swapped circuit boards and were worth a lot.