A Very Katron Christmas
Season N/A, Episode N/A
Screenshot 2015-12-27-18-23-01
First Aired December 25, 2015
Writer(s) Ids5621
"The Date"
"Jevik? Pt 3"

A Very Katron Christmas is the forty-second episode of The Misadventures of Onipex and Pals and the twenty-fourth Misadventure. Though it's not considered an actual episode, as it isn't part of any season, it is still canon. It is one of only two episodes released in 2015, and the only one produced that year. It is the sixth Christmas special for the series.

Episode SynopsisEdit

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The episode opens with Katron at a store, about to purchas his very own Jevi doll. Before he makes his purchase, he notices a boy crying to his father, probably due to a toy-related issue. The father tries his best to console his son. Katron takes pity on the lad and gives him his newly-purchased Jevi doll, cheering the child up. Katron returns to the cashier and communicates his want for new Jevi, but the cashier informs him that he had just purchased the last one. It is implied that Katron's reaction to this bad news was to throw the boy out of a window, where he promptly fell a few stories into a wood chipper, resulting in the child's grotesque death. The wood chipper cut his body into hundreds of little pieces, causing a bystander to think his falling remains was snow caused by a Christmas miracle.


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  • This is yet another episode to include a character's name in the title, and third Christmas special in a row to do so.
  • This the only episode made for 2015. The Date, while released in 2015, was made for New Years Eve 2014, but was delayed. Most production time in 2015 was being utilized for production of the unreleased Jevik? Pt 3.
  • The Mall Worker can understand Katron's "Come on!", despite the lack of context.

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