Every Annoying Orange Christmas Video! [Saturday Supercut🔪]

Every Annoying Orange Christmas Video! [Saturday Supercut🔪]


♪ Jingle bells ♪ ♪ Marshmallow smells ♪ ♪ Midget Apple is really small ♪ ♪ Orange is cool ♪ ♪ Cause he rules ♪ ♪ And pear looks like a ball ♪ (laughs) – Yay, this is the best
holiday party ever! – No kidding, I just xeroxed by butt. – Yay, it looks like a circle. (laughter) – Hey guys, you wanna hear my song again? It goes ♪ Jingle bells ♪ ♪ Jingle bells ♪ – Sorry Orange, I’ve gotta
get this faxed up right away. – Hey, Grandpa Lemon. You wanna sing along? – What, who are you? – It’s me Grandpa Lemon,
you wanna sing a… (snores) (grunts) Stupid party. Where’s Pear and Passion? They always love my songs. (laughs) Hey Pear. Hey Passion. – So uh, you’re cool with this, right? – Oh sure, yeah. I just don’t want things to get weird. – I think we’ll be okay. – Hey, what are you guys doing over… (romantic music) Oh. – Whoa, all I’ve gotta
say is, thanks mistletoe. – Well ain’t no party
like a mistletoe party. (laughter) – I can’t believe it, Pear and Passion. (laughter) I hope they’re happy. I wish I’d never been born. – Oh now, don’t say that little buddy. – Leave me alone floating salad. – (laughs) I’m not salad, I’m Mistletoe. – Your toes are mistles? Is that why you’re floating? – Mistletoe floats,
because Mistletoe is magic. – Whatever, Rocket Socks,
just leave me alone. – Well I would, but you just
made a holiday wish, my friend. – Yeah, I wished you’d go away. – Oh no, before that. A little something about not existing. – You can’t make wishes
come true, can you? – Where do you think the
copy machine came from? – (laughs) This never gets old. – Yay. (laughs) – Saddle up, partner. Heeyah. – Wow, who left the oven on? (shouts) Whoa. – Behold, the world
you wished for, Orange. A world without you. – What are you taking about? I’m the only one here. – Not so fast, behold. (snores) – Um, I thought this place was different? – Uh, behold. – I’m so fluffy, I must be made of clouds. Yay! – Uh, it usually takes
a second to warm up. One and two and a behold. – Uh, hey. Hi, my name is Pear. – Hey, what’s wrong with Pear? – Well, in this world Pear
doesn’t have any friends. – Sure he does, everyone loves Pear. – Not this Pear, this Pear don’t
know how to talk to people. Maybe he needed someone to
pull him out of his shell. – Pear has a shell? – It’s a figure of speech. – Like a turtle? – No, it’s not a real shell. – Like a pistachio? – No, it’s (grunts) behold! – It just seems natural. – Look, I don’t think it’s a
good idea for you to move in. – What? But we already live in the same kitchen. – Yeah, about that. – Wow, Midget Apple’s
dating Passion fruit? – Yes, but only because she never met that special someone. Because he never existed, hint, hint. – Is this because what
happened with Grapefruit? Look, I didn’t meant to hurt him. I just lost control. – And there were like 12 of them. And there were like these huge watermelons with machine guns, yeah. I took nine of them out before
the three got the drop on me. – Well I heard it was just Midget Apple. – That’s Little Apple to you there. – No, it’s just that I
need my own space, okay? – Looks like Passion’s got
herself a little problem. Get it, little? Huh? Huh? – Wow, I guess I never realized how important I was to everyone. – Behold! – Okay, that’s getting a little old. (dramatic music) – Hey, what’s that sitting
next to Marshmallow? – Just a little hot cocoa,
but I wouldn’t worry about… Behold! – Weee. Hey, I must be made of clouds. – Oh no, not Marshmallow. – Weee. (dramatic music) – No! – Oh, way to Cocoa, hey laddie? – Wait, laddie? I’m not a laddie. – Uh-oh. – And you’re not Rocket Socks. (poof) – I can’t believe you fell for that one. Seriously, someone green shows up, starts granting wishes. Come on, Orange! – You’re an apple. – No, you’re an apple for not inviting me to your party. – Nuh-uh, you’re an apple because… Wait, you did all this because we didn’t invite you to our party? – Look here you orangy Orange,
nobody likes being alone. Especially for the holidays. – Oh. – So, uh– – Wanna call it even? – Just for the holidays and I still get to come to your party, right? – Deal. – Excellent. (poof) – Whoa, Marshmallow, you’re all right. – I’m better than alright, I’m delicious. – Hey Pear, you’re not a dork anymore. – Uh, thanks Orange. – Hey, Passion, you’re not kissing Pear. – What, me and Pear? Ew, that was my sister Mandy kissing Pear. – Hello. – Oh, really? – Yeah. – And you’re not dating Midget Apple? – Midget Apple’s single? – And tall. – Orange, you seem different. What’s going on? – I guess, I’m just really happy to have you guys in my life. Even Grandpa Lemon. And I’d just like to say that… Wait, is that Cocoa? – Hey, wake up Grandpa
Lemon, it’s chocolate time. Yay! – (dramatic music) no! (screams) – No! – Not death by chocolate! – No, that little fluffy
guy was my best friend. (sobs) Oh no. – Yay, it feels like a
hot tub full of love. Hehehe. (laughter) (photo snapshot) (slicing) – Well, here goes nothing. Woohoo! – Whoa, nice air Pear. (laughs) – That is so cool. – Sledding impresses you, does it Passion? Well feast your eyes on this. No hands. (rock music) – No hands, oh my gosh. – Yes, it’s a sensation akin to flying. (thud) And that’s why they
call me the sledhammer. – Are you gonna go with no hands, Orange? – Nope, I’m gonna do
something even cooler. No sled. (laughs) – (rock music) Oh no, Orange! – Snow far, snow good. (laughs) (crash) Whoa, whoa. – Oh, Orange really ate it. – Nonsense, it looks like
he’s having a ball. (laughs) – They see me rollin, they hatin. (laughs) Whoa, whoa, whoa. – He’s not slowing down! (screams) (crash) – Oh, wow. Sure it can’t get any worse. – Thanks for doing this
family photo everybody. Now that we’re arranged
shortest to tallest, everybody say cheese. – [Orange] Incoming! (screams) These guys are a real
pine in my side. (laughs) (cars honk) – Ah, traffic is the worst. – [Orange] Sorry, woops. (crashing) I’ve got a crush on you. (laughs) – Nice, thanks mysterious
juggernaut snowball. (car accelerates) – And with enough effort and hard work, some day you guys could be just like me. – Oh.
– Wow. (screams) – [Orange] My bad, sorry. – And to your right, you’ll see the majestic Rocky Mountains. – [Orange] Whoa, whoa, whoa. (crashing) – Sike. – And if you look to your left, you’ll see the Great Wall
of China. (crumbling) – Um, I’ve seen greater walls
than this in my living room. – Zing. – Uh, hey moon, I’ve got
this pain on my back. You mind taking a look? – I do not see anything. – Huh, must be nothing. – No, dude, I mean I
don’t see anything there. You’re missing a few continents. – Ahhh! (dramatic music) What’s happening to me? What’s happening? Ahhh! (screams) – [Orange] Don’t worry moon, there’s space for one more. (laughs) (slicing) (Christmas music) – (singing) bard, bard,
bard, bard, bard, bard, bard, bard, bard, bard, bard, bard, bard, bard, bard, bard, bard, bard, bard, bard, bard, bard, bard, bard, bard, bard, bard, bard. – Yo ho Mario. – Hey, who you calling Mario? – Calling? There’s no phone, not since Squiggle Butt broke. (laughs) – Um, what now? – Indeed, sometimes I hear the sound of flatulent colidesdales. Kippity, klappity, fllll. Kippity, klappity, flll. Klappity, flll. – (laughs) Sounds like you got
a serious case of the trots. – Hey, wanna know a secret? – Only if I can tell
other people about it. – Deal. – Okay. – Sure. – So, you gonna tell me or what? – I am. – You are? You are what? Wait, are you the secret? – No, I’m a fruit cake. (laughs) But it’s a secret, so shhh. – (grunts) That was pretty awesome. I’ve been doing that joke for years, but you totally took it
to a whole nother level. – Achievement unlocked. (laughter) – Orange, no laughing at Fruit Cake. He’s, a little different. – What are you talking about? – My brain is made of boiled raisins. – See, he’s totally fine. – No, he’s not orange, he’s crazy. – Crazy funny. Check it out. Hey cake face, Pear said
you’re crazy, is that true? – Dude. – Me, completely nuts? No, no, no, no, no! Just like 10% and that’s mainly almonds. – (laughs) he’s so literal. – That’s not what I meant. – Yeah, he meant to say you’re a couple condiments short of a sandwich. (laughs) (Pear grunts) – Who cares, I hate ketchup, nothing bit tubular tomato jellato. – (laughs) That’s what I’m always saying. It’s like he’s inside my head. – Roasted ranch dressing. – Roasted ranch dressing. – Roasted ranch dressing. – Roasted ranch dressing. – That’s it, I give up. – Hey, nutty butty, you
wanna see what I can do? – That’s brilliant. – Well, I haven’t done anything yet. – Knock, knock. – No, you’re not looking. – Knock, knock! – (grunts) Must resist. Somehow he knows my weakness
for knock-knock jokes. (grunts) Ah, can’t take it. Who’s there? – Brad Pitt. – Ew, you’re losing me raisin brain. – Knock, knock, knock, knock. – You already knocked once. Wait, is someone at the back door? Who’s back there? Who’s at the back door? – Pickled carrot kimchi. – Um, okay, I think it’s time
to go back to my jokes now. – And that’s how you make
bahn minnie mouse sandwich. – (laughs) I don’t understand, but somehow it’s still hilarious. (laughs) How does he do it? – Trapped. You will not create. One more insect must boldly go where no fly has flown before. (snap) What are we talking about? – (laughs) Ow, my sides are hurting. Please, teach me, teach me your ways. – The platypus points
pointedly towards Peoria. – Wow, hope I don’t get
stuck with the bill. (laughs) – Pop quiz. – I knew I should have taken better notes. – If Dr. Pepper tastes like Mr. Pip, then what’s the point of school? (dramatic music) (Orange farts and laughs) – You get an F. – For farts? – Which means you pass. (cheers) – I pass, I pass the gas class. (laughs) – I’m not cleaning any of this up. – Oh, crazy cake, you’ve
taught me so much. I can’t believe it, I just
wanna tell you one thing. Knife. (slicing) – Ow, well that was random. (slicing) (snoring) (alarm buzzes) – Oh no, we slept in! (shouting) (frantic music) (car starts) Oh man, what a morning. – Uh, well at least we made our flight. – Yeah, although I can’t help
but feel we forgot something. Did I leave the refrigerator door open? – Relax, we’re on Christmas vacation. Sit back and enjoy this
remarkably quiet flight. – Yeah, you’re right,
it is remarkably quiet. – We forgot Orange!
– We forgot Orange! – Hello, hello? (echoes) I’m alone? Whoa. ya, ya, ya, ya. Hey Pear, I’ve been ya, ya,
yaying for 15 minutes straight while jumping on your bed,
better come out and stop me. (laughs) na, na, na, na, Hey little Apple, I just let
my pet fly loose in your room. Better come out and yell
at me a little. (laughs) (gun fires) – Keep the change, you
filthy animal cracker. – Hey Grandpa Lemon, I’m
watching all your old black and white movies,
better come out and– – What? – Oh, well I didn’t realize you were here. – I don’t even know where here is. Wake me up when it’s New Year’s. (snores) – So you’re sure the kitchen
is entirely abandoned? – I’m telling ya, everybody is headed off to spend Christmas with Nerval. I drove them to the airport
this morning myself. – Because if even one of
them got left behind– – Listen, if there’s one
of them here who cares? We outnumber them and we
definitely outweigh them. (laughs) – (laughs) Good point. Now let’s get in there
and steal the fine china. – Whoa, guess it’s time for me to give these looters the boot. (laughs) Hmm. – No flights back until tomorrow? You don’t understand, he’s jumping on my bed and na ya naying. I just know it. – (laughs) Sir, I have no
idea what na ya naying is, but you need to stop invading my bubble before I alert security. (Pear groans) – Don’t worry Pear, I’m sure Orange is fine without any supervision. He’s probably being super
dooper responsible and uh… – You can’t even say it, can you? – Nope, Orange is definitely doing something reckless right now. – (singing) Filling a bowl with fireworks, pouring gasoline on top
the fireworks. (crash) Sticking toothpicks up
from under a doormat with the intention of causing bodily harm. – [Grapefruit] Not so loud. – [Watermelon] I’m trying here. – It’s go time. – I’m gonna give you to the count to then to get outta here. – I thought you said
there was no one here. – Relax, it’s just one of
Grandpa Lemon’s old movies. – One, two, ten. (fireworks explode) – Okay, maybe I was wrong. – Keep the change, you
filthy animal cracker. (Orange laughs) – Wait, I know that laugh, that’s Orange. (fireworks explode) – I think we’ve been tricked, man. – Orange, the only one in there. – The only one, huh? Well, well, well, looks
like we outnumber him. (Watermelon laughs) – Thanks for offering to drive us home, there were no flights at all. – No problemo, it’s great to
have some company for the trip. It gets so lonely out here on the road that I just fall asleep
sometimes, you know? – Uh, what? (snoring) (screaming) – What, what, I’m awake. I’m okay, I’m awake. What, what? – [] This way, it’s a mouse hole that leads right into the kitchen. We’ll catch him by surprise. – Begin operation mouse trap. – Ow, I think i rolled over a toothpick. – What are you talking about? Ow, ow, ow. – (laughs) Looks like you
thieves got my point this time. (laughs) – Grrr, get him. (thud) – (laughs) Sorry to be such
a paint in the butt. (laughs) Oh no. – I got him, what should
we do to him, Grapefruit? – Well seeing how he’s
caused us so much pain, let’s see if he can– – Fly? – Yeah, that’s what I was gonna say. Let’s see if he can fly. Jeez, way to steal my thunder. – No, fly! (whistles) (fly buzzing) (Watermelon screams) (splat) – Whoa, is it just me or did
the mood turn melancholy? (laughs) – You’re a jerk, Orange. If people wanna steal stuff, you should just let them steal stuff. You jerk. – Oh, burn. (laughs) (dramatic music) Wait. (screams) Burn! (screaming) (crash) Uh-oh, this’ll probably get the others fired up when they get back, huh? (laughs) Ah yeah, I’m definitely gonna get raked over the coals for this. (laughs) Okay, okay, I’ll stop. Just kidding, I can’t
stop, I’m on fire. (laughs) – Orange, what did you do? – You don’t understand, I saved the day. I swear. – Dude, you burnt down the whole kitchen. – Seriously, we can’t leave
you alone for one day? – Okay, okay, I admit it. I accidentally burned
down the whole kitchen, but when you really think about it, isn’t that the true meaning of Christmas? – No, no it isn’t. – Oh, yeah, you’re
probably right. (laughs) (Grapefruit shouting) (festive music) (slicing) – Time for the white
elephant gift exchange. Pear, you’re up first. – Uh, can I sit this round out? I have the worst migraine right now. – Wait to be boring Pear,
really helping your image. – Oh, oh, I’ll go. Me, me, me, me, me,
me, me, me, me, me, me. – Alright, Orange, you’re up. – Hmm, I’m gonna go with
this kazoo shaped present. – Wait, did he just say– – Yeah, thank you, thank you, thank you to whomever gave me this. It is what I’ve always wanted. It’ll go nicely with the
five kazoos I already own. Yeah. (kazoo humming) – Oh, this is not helping the migraine. Maybe I’ll just go to bed. – Ah come on, stick around Pear. I’ll kazoo super softly. (kazoo hums) – Ugh, okay, fine. – I’m next. I’m gonna go with this
other kazoo shaped gift. Oh, hey, a kazoo. Yay! (kazoo hums) – (groans) Wait a second,
they’re all kazoo shaped. (Orange laughs) (Marshmallow laughs) (kazoos hums) (Pear screams) – Wait, wait, wait, so did everyone bring a kazoo to the
white elephant exchange? – Yep, yep. – Yeah. – I did. – Unbelievable. – Is it really so unbelievable though? A kazoo is the perfect
white elephant gift. – Agreed. (kazoo hums) (laughs) Sorry, sorry,
that was the last one. Okay, that one was the last one. – That’s it, bedtime. – Wait, you still have to
open your present, Pear. – (exhales) Oh, this kazoo shaped present? – Gee, I wonder what it could be? – Whoa, who gave the shiny gold key? – So, I’m not sure I understood the whole white elephant thing correctly. – Are you kidding? This is great, dude. Anything other than a
kazoo is a welcome gift. – Yeah, yeah, yeah, but what’s the key to? – Well, this is why I
think I did it wrong. The key goes to that cage over there. (scratching) – I’m sorry, is that an actual
white elephant in there? – Yeah, I told you, I
think I did it wrong. – Where did you even, how did… what am I gonna do with a
full size white elephant? How am I gonna feed it? Where will I keep it? – Jeez Pear, be thankful for what you got. Besides, it’s a gift exchange. Now’s the part where other
people can steal your gift. – Yes, somebody please steal my gift. – I dunno, I’m pretty happy with my kazoo. – Me too. – Everyone who likes their
kazoo, kazoo your agreement now. (kazoos hum) – Sorry buddy, looks like the
elephant is yours. (laughs) (Pear groans) – Oh, hey everyone, let’s
kazoo a Christmas carol. – Cool, which one? – Let’s all play a different
one at the exact same time. – Yeah. – Yeah. – Yeah. (kazoos hum) – Why am I friends with any of you? (kazoos hum) Uh, finally, peace and quiet. You know what, you’re not so bad. At least you’re not as loud as… (elephant roars) (Pear screams) Ah, figures. – Hey everyone, watch me
give the elephant a kazoo. (kazoo hums) (Pear screams) (crash) – (laughs) Again, again. (slicing) – Place nut onto bolt and tighten. Huh, doesn’t make much sense, but you heard the instructions, Usain. – Wait a minute man, that’s
not the right kind of nut. And I’m definitely the wrong kind of bolt. – Shh, (thud) we’re almost done. Alright, just need to put
the cap on the input tank. I guess this cap will do. And we should be in business. – (crashing) Dude, there’s
a lot of parts left over. Are you sure you built
that snow cannon correctly? – Alright, so maybe I didn’t do the directions exactly as written, but wait till you see this baby in action. – Why do we need a snow cannon? – Well, I head everyone complaining how we don’t have any snow this year, so I’m gonna blanket the kitchen with fresh, beautiful, artificial snow. That way we can have a
white Christmas this year. – Wow, that’s pretty nice of you. – Oh boy, I can’t wait to go sledding. – I can’t wait to make snow angels. – I can’t wait to become completely camouflaged against the snow. – Yay! – Count it down for me
Grapefruit. (drum roll) – Three, two, five. (cymbals crash) – What, Grapefruit, do
you not know how to count? – Can we please move past this and never speak of this again? Thank you. – Three, two, one, snow. (explosion) (cheers) – Whoa, I don’t think
you built a snow cannon, I think you built an actual cannon. – I know. And how awesome is that? (laughs) – Not awesome at all, actually. You need to disassemble that
thing right away before– – Dodgeball. (balls flying) (screaming) – Whoa. – Look out. – Would you stop shooting explosive dodgeballs at your friends. – (laughs) Dodgeball. – Hey, explosive stuff also
not meant for dodgeball. – Yeah, you’re probably right. Is anybody up for some kickball? (laughs) – No, okay, okay, fine. I’ll fix it. (tinkering with the machine) There, you happy? – Yeah, yeah I am. – Whoa, it’s snow. It’s real sledable snow. – You know making snow angels is a lot harder without any arms or legs. – Yay, goodbye everybody! – Come on Orange, don’t
you wanna play in the snow? – I’ll be right there guys. I just need a minute to remember all the good times me
and snow cannon shared. (light music) – Dude, those memories
aren’t even that great. – And like half of them
didn’t even happen. – Forget this boring old thing,
I want my snow cannon back. (balls firing) (explosions) – (laughs) Yeah, take
that you dumb old knife. (explosions) Take that, fridge. Feel the freezer burn. (glass shattering) Take that, you rooster figurine. – Dude, that rooster figuring never did anything to anyone. – Plus you missed like 80% of your shots. The kitchen’s in absolute shambles. – Ah, and your explosives burnt a hole right in the middle of my sledding hill. – Wait a minute, where’s Marshmallow? – I don’t see Marshie anywhere. – Orange, did you blow Marshmallow up? – I, I– – Good news, everyone. Look. – Oh, thank god. Marshmallow’s safe. – I sure am. Hey everyone, what’s up? – Wait, if Marshmallow’s
over here, then who’s… (screaming) (polar bear growls) (slicing) – I’m gonna ask Santa for a new bike. – Well I’m asking for arm floaties. Getting dunked in milk is terrifying when you don’t know how to swim. – And I want a dog
ornament to have as a pet and a pony ornament to have as a pony. And also peace on earth. And also a new hook,
because mine is sorta bent. And also an Xbox. Whoa, whoa. (shatters) – Congrats ornament, you just shattered the record for
longest wish list. (laughs) I mean, ho, ho, ho. – Alright, our next lucky kid is– (thud) – Go away, elf. – Ho, ho, ho, merry Christmas, Coal. What’s on your wish list? – For you to shut up. (snap) – What uh, looks like coal’s getting himself for Christmas. (laughs) – Please be careful around
the decorations. (fighting) We spent a lot of time on those. – I don’t care, I have a bad attitude. And I don’t care who knows it. – Hey, hey Coal, hey. – What do you want? – Has anyone ever told you you’re a real rock head? (laughs) I mean, ho, ho, ho. – Flattery’s not gonna get
you anywhere, santa fraud. I just drank like five colas and now I just wanna break stuff. (rock music) – Zoom is know to cause
extreme behavior in children. [Colas] Extreme! – Extreme! – You’re not allowed back there. (thud) – Look, it’s Rudolph the
black eyed reindeer. (laughs) (glass shatters) – Coal, you need to simmer down. – Yeah, this is some real
stocking behavior, Coal. (laughs) I don’t get it. – You don’t wanna be just another name on Santa’s naughty list, do you? – I don’t wanna be just
another name on the list, I wanna headline the naughty list. (snaps) – Seriously, where are your parents? – We’re right here. – Yeah. – Whoa, the whole family’s carbon copies of one another. (laughs) Carbon. – My wife and I just drank 20 Zoom sodas. We’re trying an all Zoom diet. – Turns out it’s not
effective, whatsoever. Meh. – Meh. (crashing) – Ah, Orange, we have to do something. They’re ruining Christmas. – I have two ideas. – Awesome, what are they? – One, we can try and touch
our tongues to our eyeballs. – That doesn’t solve anything. – Second idea, we call Coal’s parents parents to take them home. – Someone called? I’m Grandpa Coal, I see my grandson and his parents are terrorizing
your Christmas display. – Oh thank goodness you’re here. Can you talk some sense into them? – Yeah, I can try. Let me just take a swig
of courage juice first. – Extreme! – Seriously, Zoom is your courage juice? – Extreme. (crashing) – Wait, look out. They’re gonna tip over the tree. – What the, huh? (ornaments clinking) – Timber. (Coal laughing) (three crashes) – Oh no, I think they got squished. – [Coal] Help us! – Come help Santa, Santa’s
little helper. (laughs) – Meh, okay, fine. (Orange grunting) – Man, I have the worst
headache, what happened? – Whoa, Orange, the Coals
got squished into diamonds. – Whoa. – We did? – Awesome. – Me. – Nothing’s harder than a diamond. That means we’re indestructible. – Now we can drink all the Zoom we want and do whatever we want. – I mean, we did that already,
but, yeah. (dramatic music) – Nothing could squish a diamond. – Nothing on earth. – Yeah, diamonds rule. – Meh. – Meh. – Meh. (thud) – Oh, not again. (slicing) (hammering) – A little more. A little more. (thud) Too far. – You have any idea how
hard this is without hands? – Grapefruit, I just wanna thank you again for building my family
a home this Christmas. – Anything for a chimney,
or I mean, a neighbor. Anything for a neighbor. (nervous laughs) – Speaking of the chimney, doesn’t it seem a little skinny to you? – Yeah, how’s Santa Bearclaw
gonna fit down it tonight? – Oh, don’t you worry,
you’ll get those presents. I promise. – Hey folks, let me show you where your new driveway is gonna go. – But, I– – Woohoo, driveways, they’re so exciting. Yes they are, yeah. – Say, we’re all finished boss. – We made the chimney extra small, just like you designed in the blueprint. – And just in time. Everyone, enter phase two of operation steal Santa Bearclaw’s presents. – Um, maybe we could have picked a less obvious name for the operation? – Shut up, you. Everybody, go, go, go. Hit the lights. – Whoa. (sleigh bells) – There he is. (gasps) Attention everyone, Krispy Kreme
Kringle is on the shingles. – Hmm, looks kinda small to me. – Come on, Santa Bearclaw. We’ve got like three billion more houses to make it to tonight. We’re on a schedule here. – Well, here goes nothin. (thud) – What the? – He’s stuck, he’s stuck. Phase three, go, go, go. (cheers) – What the? – I’m scared Rudolph. – Let’s get the heck out of here. (sleigh bells) – Hey. – Hey, I got it, I got
the bag of presents. – Bring that back. – Open it up. (festive music) – Just what I always wanted, a book on how to steal
stuff from Santa Bearclaw. – Oh my gosh, it’s a Playsation Five. – What the what? That’s so new there aren’t
even games for it yet. – Yeah. – Yay! A Sexy Stay Puft calendar. – Wahoo, stilts. – Sweet, new roller skates. Oh no way, are there a
pair of legs in there? – Alright, a pony. Just what I’ve always secretly wanted. – Really, dude, a pony? – Yeah, She, got a problem with that? Take care of this creep
pony. (pony neighs) (crashing) – Please, those presents are for the good, deserving children all over the world. – Well you gave me coal one
too many times Santa Bearclaw. This is the Christmas I get payback. (lights click) – Hey, what’s going on? – Oh, we got Santa Bearclaw’s toy bag. Dig in, there’s so much
good stuff in here. – Guys, you can’t steal
Santa Bearclaw’s bag. – Yeah, that’s Christmissing
the whole point. (laughs) – Thank you Pear, thank you, Orange. At least two foods in the kitchen aren’t on the naughty list this year. – Ho, ho, ho, ho. – But, but– – But, but nothing. Put it back guys, this is wrong. (sleigh bells) – I guess he’s right. – I got caught in the moment and did some terrible things I’ll regret forever. Yay! – No, I’m not putting it back. I’m taking this and I’m gonna play with every toy in the planet. (thud) – By yourself? – If I have to, yeah. I’m gonna be neck deep in
Playstation Fives and ponies, and books about how to steal stuff and– – Roller skates. – Yeah, and roller skates. – No, roller skates. – Huh? (clunk) (yells) (laughter) – Ho, ho, ho, now that’s some sweet, sugar glazed karma right there. – Someone help me, this
chimney is like way too small and it’s pinching my brain. (laughter) – Thanks again, Pear and Orange. Merry Christmas everyone, ho, ho, ho. – [Fruit] Merry Christmas, Santa Bearclaw. – Rudolph, what do you say we make one last pass by the chimney? – Yes, sir. (sleigh bells) – Ho, ho, ho. (clank) – Hey, that’s my butt. (clank) – Ow. – Ho. (sleigh bells) – Looks like it’s coal again this Christmas, in my lungs. (coughs) (laughter) (slicing) – Ah, nothing like cozying up next to a stove burner on a cold winter’s day. – Agreed, it feels like home. – (singing) Home, home on the range. Oven. (laughs) (knocking) – Wait, what’s that tapping? – It’s coming from the window, look. – Yo, I’m freezing out here. Can I chill with you guys? – You’re an icicle, dude. You’re supposed to be cold. – But I wanna be warm. – But you can’t be warm, you’re an icicle. – You’re not the boss of me. – Well Pear, it is a
freeze country. (laughs) (crickets chirping) What, like you guys never
thaw that coming? (laughs) (bright music) – So this is what being warm is like? Me likey. – Not for long you won’t. – My whole life’s been pretty cool, so today I woke up, looked in the mirror and asked myself– – What’s the point? (laughs) – Exactly, lousy weather,
living in the gutter. It’s awful. And worst of all, I’ve gotta hang with my relatives all the time. – Are you eating? – You never call. – When are you gonna find
an ice girl and settle down? – So trust me, being in
indoors is absolute paradise. Ow, ow, ow. – What’s the matter? – My eye just dripped down my face. I’m melting! – Ya think? – Must get back outside. Can’t get up, too weak. Help would be nice. – Sure thing, Icicle,
I’ll give you a hand. – Thank you, I appreciate your help. – No, hand. – Huh? (yelling) (splat) – It’ll be okay, everyone
just kettle down. (laughs) – Dude, he’s boiling. (kettle whistles) – [Icicle] Hot, hot, hot. – He’s a really good whistler. – [Icicle] Okay, cooling
down, feeling better. – See, this is exactly why
I didn’t want him inside, he should have known better. – Yeah, that guy’s a real drip. (laughs) – Uh oh, I’m gonna fall. It’s too hot, it’s too hot. (screams) I’m boiling again, ow, ow, ow. (kettle whistles) – Ahh. – Poor dude’s caught in a
vicious ice cycle. (laughs) Okay, I know that was
a stretch, I’m sorry. (Icicle screams) (clunk) – [Icicle] Ahh. Ahh. Ahh. Open the window, open the window. – I’m on it, Icicle. – You’re on it? How are you gonna open
the window with no hands? (spits) (glass cracks) – Oh, it’s working, it’s working. Ahh, thanks guys, I owe you. – Nah, consider it a favor,
freeze of charge. (laughs) I can’t stop. – Ahh. – Ahh. – Oh, is it just me or is
it a little cold in here? – Dude, are you serious? – It’s just really cold. – You’re an icicle, you’re
supposed to be cold, stop it. – Better lay off him, Pear,
poor guy’s about to snap. – Ah, here we go again. – No, he’s about to snap. (dramatic music) (splat) – Whoa, talk about an ice
scream headache. (laughs) (slicing) – (singing) Christmas, oh Christmas. (burps) na, na, na, na, na, na, Christmas. Man, you’re right Pear, Christmas carols are harder to write
than I thought. (laughs) – Ugh. – Guys, guys, oh man, oh man, oh man. This is huge. I just found out where our parents stashed all of our Christmas presents. – You mean we can look at
them before Christmas morning? – And no one will ever know. (laughs) – I dunno, this feels wrong somehow. – What a little party pooper. I’m in, let’s do this Little Apple. – [Elf] Are you sure you want to do that? – Who’s the cone head? – Me, why I’m the Elf on the Shelf. I sit up here observing you
throughout the holiday season. Then I report back to Santa whether you’ve been
naughty or nice. (laughs) – That’s pretty cool, I guess. – Little bit creepy. – (laughs) I get that a lot. Usually when I do this. (eerie music) – [Fruit] Whoa. – Hey, I can do that too, guys. Look at me, look at me. (laughs) – So basically you’re
telling us that if we sneak a peak at our parent’s
Christmas gifts for us, then Santa won’t bring us anything? – Pretty much. – So, basically what I’m hearing is– – We’re under surveillance? – Lou, calm down. – That’s what they want us to do. Wake up people, the man has
us right where he wants us, in his Orwellian, technological choral. – I assure you, I’ve never
met this man you speak of. I simply report directly back
to Santa about your behavior. And I thank you for your vigilant around the clock supervision, Mussolini. Attention kitchen, clear your minds of all thought crimes. The koolaid line starts
here, fall in people. – Whoa. (crashing) Why wasn’t I told about this line? – Ah, get out of here
while you can, you fool. – Oh, yeah. (crash) – Lou, put your tinfoil hat back on and go back to your tent. We’ll handle this. – Barack Obama’s body double’s currently serving as president. – We know, we know, okay then. Buh bye now. – Gee willikers, that was
one nutty tick. (laughs) – Well, he did kinda have a point. – What do you mean? I’m just an innocent,
cheerful doll for children. I’m a holiday tradition, I
don’t mean anyone harm. (laughs) – Yeah, but when you really think about it you are kind of, well,
spying on us, aren’t you? – Excuse me? – You’re observing us at all times and reporting back to an
authority about our actions. – I can’t believe what I’m hearing with my adorable little elf ears. Santa’s definitely going
to be hearing about this. – Ugh, what a tattle-tale. I’m not a tattle-tale, you’re
the tattle-tale, Grapefruit. – Nuh uh. – Uh huh. I saw what you did yesterday at 3:26pm. – Hmm, at 3:26pm yesterday
I was using the bathroom. – Um. – Wait, this pervy little
elf was watching me pittle? – Rise up brethren, reclaim
this world for proletarian. (cheers) – What the, where did
you all get pitchforks? – Get outta here, Elf on the Shelf. Snitches get pitches. (laughs) – Ow, okay, okay, I’m going, but don’t expect any presents from Santa come Christmas morning, shirkwads. I’m telling him everything, you hear me? Everything. And I’m gonna make sure he knows each and every one of you hasn’t merely been naughty this year, you’ve been downright– – Garbage? – Yeah, you’ve all been absolute garbage! – No, garbage. – Huh? (splat) why are there dirty diapers in here? (yells) – Oh, that’s my bad. Long story, won a dance marathon though. – Ew. Ugh, well, at least it
looks like everything’s back to normal in the kitchen. – My work here is done. If anyone needs me, I’ll be digging a bomb shelter for my bomb shelter. – Hello kitchen friends, I’m Mistletoe. If you ever find yourself
standing beneath me, you have to kiss someone. Just a fun little holiday tradition. – So basically what I’m hearing is– – Institutional behavior control, ah. – What? – Wake up people. (cheers) (Mistletoe screams) (slicing) – A toast to Orange, the most
annoying fruit in the kitchen. – A toast? I didn’t agree to this. – Aw, thanks you guys, I try. (laughs) (crash) Merry Christmas, everyone. – [Fruit] Merry Christmas, Orange. (bell ringing) – Oh, hear that? You know what they say– – Every time a bell rings,
an angel clips its wings. – That’s right. – Wait, wait, wait. I thought it was gets its wings? Every time a bell rings
an angel get its wings. – Oh no, that sounds awfully
pleasant by comparison. But come here, you should see this. – Hey, an angel food cake. (shrieking) Oh my god. (bell rings) (groaning) Oh. – Yeah, you do not want to be an angel food cake around Christmas time. – It’s a blood bath out there. – Well, buckle up, because the clock tower’s about to strike twelve. (clock tolls) (screaming) – I don’t understand
why this is happening. Why are the knives summoned by bells? (bike bell rings) – Excuse me, coming through folks. – Would you knock that off? – Ow. (shriek) – Hey, bicyclists have a
right to the road, too, you carbon spewing earth murderer. – Shut up, Granola. – Well, merry Christmas to you too. – Guys, we need to stop
these bells from ringing. (car horn) – Hey ho, did I hear someone
call for a bell delivery? – No, we wanna get rid of the bells. – Oh, so, just to be clear, you do not want this crate full of 1,000 bells? – No. – Alrighty then, let me just
take this back to the old… (crate crashes) (bells ring) Whoa, woopsie. (screams) – Okay, enough with the bells. Innocent angel food cakes are getting maimed out there left and right. – Well that’s terrible, and on Christmas? Seems like we could use
a little holiday cheer. – Yeah, you know what,
not a bad idea, Orange. You’re right, it’s
Christmas and I should be looking at what’s right in the world instead of focusing on
everything that’s wrong. – Glad to hear it. And in the spirit of Christmas, the kitchen’s third grade
class has prepared a program. I think you’ll all enjoy it. (bells ringing) (shrieking) (bells ringing) (shrieking) – Ah. – Come on Pear, get in
the Christmas spirit. – How could you expect me to do that when angel food cake crumbs are literally obscuring the window glass? – It’s easy, instead of
thinking about bad things, think about all the
present you’re getting. Yay! – Oh, that reminds me. It’s time to open a present. Which one to go with? Hmm. – Pick the long one. – Pick the tall one. Yay! – I think I’m gonna go with the one that looks like a gigantic bell. – No. – (laughs) Just kidding. I’m gonna go with this huge one over here. – Oh, thank goodness. – What is it, Orange? – Yeah, what’d you get? – It’s a crate full of a 1,000 bells. – What? – It’s just what I wanted, thanks guys. This’ll give me an
excuse to use my forklift that I’m really bad at
driving. (engine roars) derp, derp, derp. (crash) (bells ring) – No. (shrieking) Why are there so many
bells at Christmas time? – What was that Pear, I can’t hear you over all these bells? (laughs) – Oh. (slicing) ♪ I gave Midget Apple
a fancy bowl of bees ♪ ♪ I gave Pear a wedgie and
a brick of moldy cheese ♪ ♪ I gave Marshmallow
macaroni glued to a beet ♪ ♪ Christmas ♪

100 thoughts on “Every Annoying Orange Christmas Video! [Saturday Supercut🔪]

  1. To ask orange:hey orange,can u stop being annoying in 100 days okey? If u stop annoying in 100 days. U will win 999 billion. Did u agree?

  2. To ask orange:hey orange,can u stop being annoying in 100 days okey? If u stop annoying in 100 days. U will win 999 billion. Did u agree?

  3. All characters in the Annoying Orange is:

    1:Annoying Orange
    2:Pear
    3:Little Apple
    4:Marshmallow
    5:Grapefruit
    6:Passion
    7:Grandpa Lemon
    8:Zoom
    9:Captain Ovious
    10:Lou The Tick
    11:DR.Banana
    12:Liam The Leprechaun
    13:Copper Lincoln
    14:MR.Knife
    15:Nude Dude
    16:Apple
    17:Orange's Sister
    18:Daneboe
    19:Nerlvel
    Orange's mother

    This is the real answer.

  4. 4:03 Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo not marshmallow

  5. I laughed so hard for 45:09 minutes. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA😆😆😆😆😆😆😆😆😆😆😆😆

  6. On white elephant exchange video all that midget Apple is doing in the background when he is NOT included in the scene: 🙂 🙁 🙂 🙁 🙂 🙁 🙂 🙁 🙂 🙁 🙂 🙁 🙂 🙁 🙂 🙁

  7. Merry Christmas orange and pear and Marshmello and little apple grapefruit you get coal for Christmas

  8. You are super super really annoying i'm going to i was eating poop or maybe a poop i'm going to get you easy draw

  9. In another dimension pair: has anybody seen Orange passion: I don't know then thay look in oranges room than they seem hanging

  10. Merry christmas orange! I'm Miracle's little sister, Zion Bright-Cherilus, and i was hoping you could give me a shoutout

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