Looks like that last one is finally dragging the Teletubbies to Hell. Good for him! Actually, now that I think about it, the Teletubbies might already be IN Hell. I mean, where else would you find a demanding loudspeaker, an ornery vacuum cleaner, and a sun with a baby's face on it?
They really need to do a holiday special where the Krampus teams up with some other holiday monsters.
I don't have too much to say about the cartoons tonight. The Simpsons episode was pretty low-key, but it had its moments, and I think it did a decent job of explaining Bart's reasons for wanting a brother. The Cleveland Show and Family Guy had a few funny moments, including the Jeremy Irons and House bits in the latter, but were rather weak overall. I obviously don't expect these shows to be totally realistic, but the way Peter took over the company was pretty unconvincing even for a Family Guy plot. American Dad, on the other hand, was a fantasy episode, but it still worked. I did wonder how they were going to end it, but I think they did a pretty good job with that, without having to resort to it all being Stan's dream. Klaus WILL still be alive in the next episode, though, right?
And then there's this: