|Season 2, Episode 14|
|Air date||December 17, 2010|
|Written by||Lucy Clarke, Gerard Foster, Jon Holmes, Giles Pilbrow, & Laurence Rickard|
Series 2, Episode 13
Series 3, Episode 1
Horrible Christmas was an episode special in the Horrible Histories TV series, having first aired on December 17, 2010, on the CBBC.
It features sketches--including ones from previous sketches--about how Christmas was celebrated throughout history.
Roland the Farter Edit
A group of peasants is delighted to receive useful gifts of various types of animal dung.
Exceedingly Nice Mince PiesEdit
Mr. Tudor advertises his Exceedingly Nice Mince Pies.
Meat, meat, & more meat are on the menu on “Historical Masterchef”.
True or False Edit
Q: Tudor banquets often featured huge sculptures made out of potatoes?
A: False - Sculptures were actually made of sugar
Elizabeth I's Christmas present Edit
Elizabeth I’s Christmas present is an innovation fit for a Queen–a teeny clock on a strap.
Oliver Cromwell has his visiting relatives arrested for wishing him a Merry Christmas.
Royal Christmas MessageEdit
Charles II delivers a characteristic Royal Christmas Message for 1666.
A prison ChristmasEdit
Odd Christmas cardsEdit
Opposing sides play a friendly game of football during the Christmas truce of 1914.
|Measly Middle Ages||Smashing Saxons||Terrible Tudors||Slimy Stuarts||Vile Victorians||Frightful First World War||Song|
|Roland the Farter||Scary Stories||HHTV News||Presents of Poo||Exceedingly Nice Mince Pies||Historical Masterchef||Elizabeth I's Christmas present||Oliver Cromwell||Royal Christmas Message||A prison Christmas||Odd Christmas cards||HHTV Sport|
|Rattus Rattus (voiced by John Eccleston)|
- Series 2, Episode 14 at Horrible Histories TV