Sanders Sides (2016– )
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Embarrasing Phases: The Nightmare Instead of Christmas 

Thomas and the Sides are celebrating a belated Halloween by dressing up as different monsters. Virgil, disguised as a vampire, tries to scare his friends and fails terribly. Virgil realizes... See full summary »

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Joan S.

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Thomas Sanders ... Logan 'Logic' / Roman 'Creativity' / Patton 'Morality' / Virgil 'Anxiety' / Thomas / Deceit
Joan S. Joan S. ... Joan (as Joan)
Talyn Talyn ... Roman's Scream (voice)
Kristin Mercer Kristin Mercer ... Aunt Patty
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Storyline

Thomas and the Sides are celebrating a belated Halloween by dressing up as different monsters. Virgil, disguised as a vampire, tries to scare his friends and fails terribly. Virgil realizes that Thomas and the Sides have embraced him too much as a friend, up to the point that they don't find him scary anymore. Furthermore, Thomas has told him that Virgil being scary was only a phase of him and an "act" that is over. So Virgil decides to make a journey with them through Memory Lane to remind them of all the terrifying phases Thomas has gone through in his life, so that he can remind them that he's still Thomas' Anxiety and he still can be terrifying if he wants to.

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24 December 2018 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

At the end of September 2018, Thomas Sanders said that he and his team were aiming to release two "Sanders Sides" episodes on the month of October if they could. The first of these episodes, Sanders Sides: Learning New Things About Ourselves (2018) suffered several delays, and it was finally released at the end of October. The second episode was this one. It was meant to be a Halloween special, but, since they already were going to be late for Halloween, and since costume making would take a few weeks already, changes were added to the script to make a The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) homage and keep the Halloween spirit on it while being able to release it on the Christmas season. The release date on Christmas Eve, exactly one year after the previous Christmas special, Sanders Sides: The Sanders Sides 12 Days of Christmas (2017), was coincidental, however, and Thomas asked his followers on his Twitter not to take it as a yearly tradition. See more »

Quotes

Roman: [looking for words] Scary is more like... Umm...
Virgil: [yelling with a demonic voice] LIKE THIS?
[...]
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References How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (1966) See more »

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