Christmas 2.0: Subverting the Holidays With Re-dubbing

Yes, Christmas traditions pass from generation to generation. But 2006 finds Santa visiting some very naughty children playing with YouTube, digital editing software, and a wicked imagination. They're dreaming of a Christmas that's web 2.0 — with networked audiences re-interpreting all the classic holiday specials. Or maybe they're just returning the holiday to its pagan […]

Yes, Christmas traditions pass from generation to generation. But 2006 finds Santa visiting some very naughty children playing with YouTube, digital editing software, and a wicked imagination. They’re dreaming of a Christmas that’s web 2.0 — with networked audiences re-interpreting all the classic holiday specials. Or maybe they’re just returning the holiday to its pagan roots. Video after the jump.

1. A Charlie Brown Christmas — the alternate ending


Charlie Brown is TV Christmas’s ultimate icon. Which is probably why he’s been targetted for an alternate ending that “they don’t want you to see.