21 Holiday Specials That Will Make Anyone Who Grew Up In The Early 2000s Feel Nostalgic AF
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21 Holiday Specials That Will Make Anyone Who Grew Up In The Early 2000s Feel Nostalgic AF

"Merry Christmas, Drake & Josh" and chill?

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21 Holiday Specials That Will Make Anyone Who Grew Up In The Early 2000s Feel Nostalgic AF

While many people associate the time of the holidays in pop culture with Christmas music and Hallmark movie specials, as I kid growing up in the 2000s, I always looked forward to the different television specials my favorite shows on Nickelodeon, Disney Channel, and Cartoon Network had in store.

Grab some hot cocoa and put on your comfy pants because the nostalgia you'll feel from thinking about these episodes will make you want to spend your holiday reliving your childhood:

1. Drake & Josh -- "Merry Christmas, Drake & Josh"

2. The Suite Life of Zack and Cody -- "Christmas at the Tipton"

3. The Powerpuff Girls -- "Twas the Fight Before Christmas"

4. Hey Arnold! -- "Arnold's Christmas"

5. Spongebob Squarepants -- "Christmas Who?"

6. Lizzie McGuire -- "Aaron Carter's Coming to Town"

7. Dexter's Laboratory -- "Dexter vs. Santa's Claws"

8. CatDog -- "A Very CatDog Christmas"

9. Rugrats -- "Babies in Toyland"

10. Kim Possible -- "A Very Possible Christmas"

11. iCarly -- "iChristmas"

12. The Fairly Odd Parents -- "Christmas Every Day!"

13. That's So Raven -- "Escape Claus"

14. The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy -- "Billy and Mandy Save Christmas"

15. Ed, Edd n Eddy -- "Ed, Edd n Eddy's Jingle Jingle Jangle"

16. Jimmy Neutron -- "Holly Jolly Jimmy"

17. Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends -- "A Lost Claus"

18. Even Stevens -- "Heck of a Hanukkah"

19. Johnny Bravo -- "Twas the Night"

20. Danny Phantom -- "The Fright Before Christmas"

21. My Life as a Teenage Robot -- "A Robot for All Seasons"

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