Jeff Dunham's Very Special Christmas Special
|Jeff Dunham's Very Special Christmas Special|
|Written by||Jeff Dunham|
|Directed by||Michael Simon|
|Country of origin||USA|
|Executive producer(s)||Judi Brown-Marmel
|Producer(s)||Myra Byrne Associate
Jeff Thorsen Line
|Editor(s)||Peter Bentley Assistant
Tim Wasmundt Assistant
Luke Szabo on-line
|Location(s)||Pabst Theater, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA|
|Running time||85 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Levity Productions|
|Distributor||Comedy Central TV
Image Entertainment DVD
|Original network||Comedy Central|
|Original release||November 16, 2008|
|Preceded by||Jeff Dunham: Spark of Insanity|
|Followed by||The Jeff Dunham Show|
Jeff Dunham's Very Special Christmas Special is the third Jeff Dunham special. It was taped at Pabst Theater in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and premiered on Comedy Central on November 16, 2008. It was released on DVD November 18, 2008.
Dunham also released his first music album, Don't Come Home for Christmas, on November 4, 2008. It contains original Christmas songs as well as a parody of "Jingle Bells" (sung by Achmed the Dead Terrorist) entitled "Jingle Bombs". All of the songs (except "Jingle Bombs") were written and accompanied by Brian Haner, who joined Dunham's act as "Guitar Guy". Bubba J made his return in this special, singing "Roadkill Christmas".
- Holiday Tips - Walter, Achmed, and Peanut talk about tips for the holidays.
- Ask Santa - Audience members ask Walter (dressed as Santa) questions.
- Photo Shoot - A look at the photo shoot for the DVD cover art.
- Sleigh Ride - A look at the making of the sleigh ride sequence at the beginning.
- At the Show & the T-Shirt Bazookas - A look at the show and outtakes. Jeff and his family shoot t-shirts into the audience.
- More Jeff Dunham Stuff - An ad for jeffdunham.com
Jeff Dunham released his first album entitled Don't Come Home for Christmas. The album had the same theme as the special and was released around the same time. "Jingle Bombs" and "Roadkill Christmas" were the only songs in the album that were featured in the special. Sweet Daddy D (from Arguing with Myself) also appears on the album.
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