Yes/No: Are these freeze frames from The Honeymooners Christmas episode?

Christmas at the Kramdens sounds like a good time, right?

There is a lot to do the night before Christmas, especially if your name is Ralph Kramden. Although The Honeymooners only had one season, producers made sure one of its 39 episodes was holiday-themed!

If you're a Honeymooners super fan, you remember this episode like it was shown for the first time yesterday. When you need a last-minute gift for the one you love, are you willing to sell an item you cherish?

Ralph Kramden had to make that decision in the episode "Twas the Night Before Christmas." Can you tell if these freeze frames came from the holiday episode or a different one?

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  1. Is this freeze frame from The Honeymooners episode "Twas the Night before Christmas"?
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Yes/No: Are these freeze frames from The Honeymooners Christmas episode?

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49 Comments

Jeffrey 1 month ago
''You got 10 out of 10!'' Whether you did good or bad, Christmas at the Kramdens sounds like a fun time. Yay for me! For the first time taking this quiz, I got them all right.
Kaydee 1 month ago
10/10 That was one of my favorite episodes next to the episode when Ralph refused to pay the $5 rent increase.
Charleshorse 2 months ago
The Christmas episode, overall, is a good episode. I enjoy it anytime of the year
bumples 2 months ago
10 of 10 & likely never seen every episode but I only got 8 of 13 Christmas album quiz correct
Riff60 2 months ago
7/10. I've never seen the Christmas episode
Jeffrey Riff60 1 month ago
Ohhhh... Then you don't know what you're missing! Very good and funny, heartwarming episode.
Wendy57 2 months ago
10/10
I love The Honeymooners, but, I think that I also got lucky on this one also.
Jackie Gleason was a big man who was very light on his feet.
“ And away we go”
Jeffrey 2 months ago
''Here's the moment of truth. You got 8 out of 10'' ------I got 1 & 5 wrong.
Catman 2 months ago
Great episode, based on a great story by O. Henry, "The Gift of the Maji."
johnkov 2 months ago
10/10! A true classic. Loved the ending where they stepped out of character to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas 🎅 🎄 ❤️
BenSobeleone 2 months ago
The Christmas gift that Ralph got Alice with the money he hocked for the bowling ball was the Napoleon orange juice squeezer. On Christmas Eve, Trixie told Alice that was the gift that Ed got for her. This Napoleon orange juice squeezer was mentioned a couple of times years earlier by Trixie in The Honeymooners: The Lost Episodes Christmas Party episodes. These lost episodes were part of The Jackie Gleason Show. The first Alice was played by Pert Kelton. I like the Christmas party episode where a young Frankie Avalon plays the trumpet and dances at the Kramden apartment. Frankie must have 12 years old at that time.
Wendy57 BenSobeleone 2 months ago
Very fun nostalgia.
Kramden62 BenSobeleone 2 months ago
That episode is on the DVD box set of "The Honeymooners: The Lost Episodes."

I liked the last version of that sketch with Eddie Hodges ("I'm Gonna Knock on Your Door") in the portion of the segment where Avalon was (from 1954, a year later).
Kramden62 Kramden62 2 months ago
By the way - 10/10. Couldn't get any wrong on this one! (I knew it was "Mind Your Own Business" by that gingham house dress Alice wore in that episode.)
MrsPhilHarris 2 months ago
8/10. To be honest I have watched any episodes for a few years.
That should be have not watched any for a few years.

I wish we could edit our posts like we used to be able to.
Maverick66 2 months ago
8/10. Not bad considering I can't remember the last time I watched this show.
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