Dr. Christmas

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[[Image:drxmas.png|thumb|"Everybody knows me. Mine name Cornbread."]]
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'''Dr. Christmas''' (aka "'''Cornbread'''") was one of the central characters in the story of [[Decemberween|Decemberween's]] origin. He was a companion of [[Archibald]] but their friendship was inconsistent, as evidenced by their fight to the death on Mount Rushmore (which was never seen, and evidently not "to the death"). He is very similar to Santa Claus and presumably is affiliated with [[Decemberween#References to Christmas|Christmas]] in some way, which is kind of weird because no one in [[Free Country, USA]] seems to celebrate Christmas per se.
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'''Dr. Christmas''' (aka "'''Cornbread'''") was one of the central characters in the story of [[Decemberween|Decemberween's]] origin. He was played by [[Bubs]] in [[A Decemberween Pageant]]. He was a companion of [[Archibald]] but their friendship was inconsistent, as evidenced by their fight to the death on Mount Rushmore (which was never seen, and evidently not "to the death"). He is very similar to Santa Claus and presumably is affiliated with [[Decemberween#References to Christmas|Christmas]] in some way, which is kind of weird because no one in [[Free Country, USA]] seems to celebrate Christmas per se.
[[Category: Decemberween Characters]]
[[Category: Decemberween Characters]]

Revision as of 23:56, 31 December 2005

"Everybody knows me. Mine name Cornbread."

Dr. Christmas (aka "Cornbread") was one of the central characters in the story of Decemberween's origin. He was played by Bubs in A Decemberween Pageant. He was a companion of Archibald but their friendship was inconsistent, as evidenced by their fight to the death on Mount Rushmore (which was never seen, and evidently not "to the death"). He is very similar to Santa Claus and presumably is affiliated with Christmas in some way, which is kind of weird because no one in Free Country, USA seems to celebrate Christmas per se.

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