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"Gary's Holiday Sing Along" is a SpongeBob SquarePants holiday short. In this short, Gary sings holiday classics.

Characters

  • Pirate narrator (debut)
  • Gary the Snail
  • Kids (cameo)
  • Clams (cameo)
  • Fish (cameo)
  • Saxophonist (cameo)
  • Cats (cameo)
  • Dogs (cameo)
  • Ducklings (cameo)
  • Carolers (cameo)
  • Other people (cameo)

Synopsis

The short opens up with the narrator introducing the short. He first starts by introducing "Jingle Shells." Gary is then seen meowing a song in the tune of "Jingle Bells" in front of various switching backgrounds that mostly involve shells.

The narrator then introduces "O Coral Tree." Gary is then seen meowing a song in the tune of "Oh Christmas Tree" in front of various switching backgrounds that mostly involve corals underwater.

The narrator then introduces "Shipwreck the Halls." Gary is then seen meowing a song in the tune of "Deck the Halls" in front of various switching backgrounds that mostly involve shipwrecks.

The narrator then introduces "We Wish you a Meowy Meowmas." Gary is seen meowing a song in the tune of "We Wish you a Merry Christmas" in front of various switching backgrounds that mostly involve cats.

The last song the narrator introduces is "Auld Fish Line." Gary is seen meowing the song in tune of "Auld Lang Syne" in front of various switching backgrounds that mostly involve people.

The short then ends with the narrator congratulating Gary.

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  • The titles of the songs "Jingle Shells," "O Coral Tree," "Shipwreck the Halls," "We Wish you a Meowy Meowmas," and "Auld Fish Line" are based on "Jingle Bells," "Oh Christmas Tree," "Deck the Halls," "We Wish You a Merry Christmas," and "Auld Lang Syne" respectively.
  • At certain points it sounds like there are multiple Garys.
  • This is one of the very few shorts in which SpongeBob does not appear.
  • Most of the backgrounds shown while Gary sings are related to the title of the respective song.
  • Various Christmas-themed decorations, such as gingerbread men, candy canes, presents, and a nutcracker are shown in the various backgrounds along with Gary.
  • The narrator saying "Auld Fish Line" in an age-old tune is a reference to the fact that "Auld Lang Syne" is a very old folkloric song.