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Holiday Time
Holidaytime 01
Production Information
Original Airdate December 16, 2000
Ep. Number 059
Prod. Code 062
Producer(s)
  • Tad Stones
  • Mark McCorkle
  • Bob Schooley
Director(s) Victor Cook
Story Editor(s) Mark Palmer
Story by
Writer(s) Mark Palmer
Studio Toon City, Inc.
Series Continuity
Previous Speed Trap
Next Opposites Attract
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Holiday Time is the fifty-ninth episode of Buzz Lightyear of Star Command. It first aired on December 16, 2000, and is the sixty-second episode in production.

Synopsis

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Plot

However, the man claiming to be Santa catches up to him and once more Buzz doesn't believe while his crew regard him as crazy. After they leave, Santa complains of the lack of belief while Buzz brings up when he stopped believing. Santa then elaborates on this by mentioning a present Buzz wanted at that age. He then proves his identity by listing an incident in Buzz's childhood involving a time where Buzz hurt his pet cat Fluffy with a laser. Buzz is shocked to hear this, since nobody else knew of the incident. Santa reveals that he did and Buzz learns that the event is what caused him to not get his present at the age he lost his belief. Now fully convinced, Buzz offers to help him but he has to worry about Zurg, who strips Capital Planet of their Christmas decorations. Santa says Zurg is trying to destroy The Holiday. Seeing this, Buzz tells Santa that they must save the day.

Santa takes Buzz to his workshop of North Polaris while revealing that Zurg broke in and stole his Chrono-Disrupter. He states how technologically advanced he became to do his job, while revealing that the device stops time and that's how he delivered presents in one night and how Zurg is able to able to get past the rangers. He soon shows his elves (who are members of the ElfGMs) have been a new disrupter but it won't be ready for a week. Buzz asks how he used to deliver and is shown the hyper speed accelerator, which Santa denies to use but Buzz wants to for his own purposes.

Buzz contacts his team and tells them to meet on Tradeworld. Buzz formally introduces Santa to his team, as they are at a loss (except a gleeful Booster) at discovering he's real. They then help him by making the planet more Christmas-themed as bait to draw Zurg in. Buzz tells his team that Santa has armed him with a hyper speed accelerator to battle Zurg even if he freezes time. Santa tells him that he must activate it when Zurg stops time.

Zurg arrives and prepares to do his crime spree, as Team Lightyear surround him. Zurg stops time and taunts the seemingly frozen Buzz by asking the latter how he will defeat him, with Buzz revealing his façade and his intentions with the accelerator. The two engage in a fearsome battle, before Zurg loses the time device and is surrounded by the team. However, he is able to escape and Buzz states he lost but the evil emperor reveals that he actually won. Zurg explains that Santa is now unable to deliver without stopping time or flying fast, as he mentions the sadness that will come up. Team Lightyear and Santa are devastated, with XR having to admit that Zurg actually won while the latter rubs it in their face and leaves relishing in his supposed victory.

Santa brings Team Lightyear to his shop and fears his record of flawless delivering to be in danger. However, they have him show his old method and he reveals his old sleigh, which is powered by belief. After the sleigh is fully charged, Santa goes out on his delivery with Team Lightyear and they successfully save the holiday.

Characters

Quotes

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Trivia

  • In Santa's workshop, there are three colored gears that form a Hidden Mickey.

Errors

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Voice Actors

Production Details

Executive Producers: Tad Stones, Mark McCorkle, Bob Schooley
Director: Victor Cook
Story Editor and Written by: Mark Palmer

Voice Casting and Dialogue Director: Jamie Thomason

Storyboard: Craig Kemplin, Denise Koyama, Troy Adomitis, Kirk Hanson
Timing Directors: Gordon Kent, Burt Medall
Sheet Timing: Gordon Kent, Burt Medall
Supervising Character Design: Greg Guler
Character Design: Dana Landsberg
Additional Character Designs: Kenny Thompkins, Shelli Droe
Key Location Design: Simon Rodgers, Latchezar Gouchev, Teresa Wellins, Justin Thompson
Prop Design: Chuck Puntuvatana, Brian Brookshier
Lead Background Paint: Donna Prince
Key Background Stylist: Tom Cain
Color Key Stylist: Marta Glodkowska
Storyboard Revisions: Dublin Evans
Associate Producer: Natasha Kopp
Production Manager: Larry Johnson
Continuity Coordinator: Jungja Kim-Wolf
Additional Storyboard: Christopher Headrick, Carin-Anne Greco
Creative Consultant from Pixar: Jeff Pidgeon
Digital Color Correction: Don Devine, Dave Dimatteo, Adam Chase, Christopher Staples
Scanner: Adam Chase

Music by: Adam Berry
Main Title Theme by: Adam Berry

CGI Main Title: Pixar Animation Studios

Animation Production by: Toon City, Inc.

Unit Directors: Colin Baker, Romy Garcia
Unit Co-ordinator: Wayne Smith
Layout Supervisors: Jose R. Aoanan III, David Gonzales, Rosauro De La Vega, Emmanuel I. Padolina
Layout Artists: Rowell Anchetta, Marlowe Ray Garcia, Abel Armesin, Misael Gotel, Gary Autencio, Zandro Hipolito, Benjo Camay, Jonathan Ledesma, Fritz Aldrin Casas, Gerlad Linatoc, Al Doria, Michael Mercado
Animation Supervisors: Romy Garcia, Dante Clemente
Assistant Animation Supervisors: Jolan Calibuso, Nowell Villano
Background Supervisor: Roberto Angeles
Digital Director: Jonathan J. Tinsay
Technical Director: Donato R. Vytiaco
Digital Supervisors: Cynthia Antonia, Joy Valondo

Animators: Rolando Angelo, Edwin Arcena, Jospeph Jebilee Baldera, Ric Bernardo, Lester Cabarles, Tednicolao Camahalan, Jerome Co, Joselito Cruz, Jocelyn Diaz, Sanny De Ramos, Boyet Delfino, Noel Domingo, Rosalie Estacio, Sedelson Eugenio, Alexander Ferrarez, Akiblas Flores, Annabelle Galvez, Noriel Israel, Cynthis Javier, Don Juan, Renato Miranda, Rey Morano, Robert Ocon, Nomer Panlaqui, Manuel Pascual, Leonardo Ramirez, Jerry Reyes, Jojo Reyon, Warren Romero, Rommel Santiago, Raul santos, Evangelina Soriano, Lorna Sun, Francis Tan, Arthur Tolentino, Denis Tomacruz, Oliver Regoniel, Penn Balnaja, Willy Leonardo, Rogel Venturanza, Danny Wabe, Mas Natividad, Donato Gallon, Francis Santos, Jebbie Barrios, Roger Quilatan, Lito Tamayo, Mill Jimenez, Mackoy Salvador, David Temperamente, Noel De Leon, Larry Pagcaliwangan, Romie Calingo, James Diores, Tess Mendoza, Sammy Canton, Japhet Bautista, Elsie Lopez, Edwin Santiago, Manny Magsaysay, Ruel Ramos, Roddy Erenio, Ibet Francisco, Dynes Fabian, Glenn Arriola, Allan Reyes, Rowen Pingkian, William Sy, Alex Acayen, Nonoy Lustria, Albert Arriola, Antonia Bugas, Bienifer Flores, Edgar Lorenzo, Alex Iguban, Jojie Gan, Harry Hallare, Armand Wong, Ronald Cayao, Toons Benitez, Magnifico Albert

Compositors: Valman Agapito, Bernard Barrios, Dale Sy, Dexter Alpis, J'Mee Trinidad, Nestor Marasigan, Julius Legaspi, Mary Ann Abary, James Arboleda, Melvyn Anthony Carreon, Soledad Cruz Painters: Michelle Tan, Michael Salindong, Marife Sarmiento, Ma. Luisa Consolacion, Mikie Icaro, Marilyn Pasana, Francis Magpayo, Antonio Cardiente, Pilsen Cayabyab, Doris Desiderio, Maria Clara Geologo, Jane Lizbeth Cabrera, Charina Mabalot

Painters: Michelle Tan, Michael Salindong, Marife Sarmiento, Ma. Luisa Consolacion, Mikie Icaro, Marilyn Pasana, Francis Magpayo, Antonio Cardiente, Pilsen Cayabyab, Doris Desiderio, Maria Clara Geologo, Jane Lizbeth Cabrera, Charina Mabalot

Color Stylists: Nelia Emi, Milagros Baylon, Maria Cristina Ferandez

Scanners: Romeo Venezuela, Socorro Rey, Jonathan Cu, Gilbert Lantion
Supervising Film Editor: John Royer
First Assistant Film Editor: Jennifer Harrison
Pre-Production Dialogue Editor: Monte Bramer
Original Dialogue Editor: Regina Prosi
Original Dialogue Recording: Paul Andris
Assistant Dialogue Engineer: Lisa Carlon
Track Reading: Skip Craig
Post Production Manager: Steven J. Arenas
Post Production Supervisor: Rachel Pusateri
Audio Supervisor: Victor Garcia
Post Production Coordinator: Mark Allen Bollinger
Supervising Sound Editor: Jennifer E. Mertens
Sound Effects Editors: Otis Van Osten, Kenneth D. Young
Sound Editor: Eric Hertsgaard
Supervising Music Editor: Brian F. Mars
Re-Recording Mixers: Michael Jiron, Allen Stone
Supervising Music Editor: Dominick Certo
On-line Editor: Thom Whitehead
Production Coordinator: Cris Versge, John Paul Catapano
Script Coordinator: Dawn T. Connors
Production Associate: Sean Reed
Production Secretaries: Linda DeLizza-Kweens, Jessica Ferley
Talent Coordinator: David H. Wright III
Production Accountant: Ron. J. Earhart

Produced by: Walt Disney Television Animation

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