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It's a SpongeBob Christmas! is a DVD release of the episode of the SpongeBob SquarePants same name. A special Target edition contains a bonus disc from the Target Corporation, named "It's a Nicktoons Christmas!"
SpongeBob is holding Christmas lights while Plankton is carrying a dirty soccer ball. In the background, Patrick is seen with Christmas lights on SpongeBob's house and there are snowflakes.
The Region 4 version of this DVD contains following episodes:
Copies of the DVD sold at Target also included an exclusive bonus disc titled It's a NickToons Christmas!, which contained the following Nicktoon Christmas episodes:
This is the second SpongeBob DVD to have a PG rating from the BBFC due to mild language. The first being " Karate Island."
This DVD was in Canada and the United States one week apart (see release dates above).
The DVD was later re-released on Blu-ray format on October 15, 2013.
The episode list on the Blu-ray disc seems to be based on the DVD Nautical Nonsense and Sponge Buddies.
This episode is the only DVD, in Region 1 (beside Target) that has only one episode.
This DVD was released in Canada ten years after the North American release of the Xbox version of Nickelodeon Party Blast and two years after " Moldy Sponge" premiered.
The DVD is known as "It's a SpongeBob SquarePants Christmas!" in the UK and other international countries.
This is the second Christmas-themed SpongeBob DVD.
This is the only non-movie SpongeBob DVD that only has one episode.
This DVD was released in Japan on November 12, 2014, two years after it was released in North America.