The episode started off in the one place you'd never expect the Aqua Teens to be: at church. To the surprise of no one, the three had to leave early due to Shake's plan to steal the collection plate and Meatwad getting upset when he thought Santa Claus had died for our sins. From there, the episode took a left turn as Shake came up with a money-making scheme: record a Christmas album in the guise of rap group Public Enemy called, "Bring Tha Toyz: A Public Enemy Christmas." And from there, things went pretty much as you'd expect.
I'll admit I wasn't too excited when they unveiled the plot of this episode. Basing the entire story on a weak pun seemed beneath even this show. But after Shake and Meatwad got into the studio and started recording, everything turned around. The lyrics were brilliantly terrible (rhyming "gettin' it on" with "Ricardo Montalban"), the jokes got stronger (the duo fumbled through lots of audio-jargon), and the action got more bizarre (Shake came down with a case of eel-diarrhea).
The session went as horribly as you can imagine with Shake dressed like Flava Flav, wearing grills, a Viking helmet and a digital clock around his neck while Meatwad took on the role of Terminator X. The duo bumbled through their songs while Michael, the poor sound engineer, was stuck behind the console on Christmas Eve. The epitome of Michael's apathy towards the project was his reaction when Meatwad asked to re-record his lyrics. "I think we can loop the one 'Uhh.'"
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