Special Programming Every Day from December 13 at 4pm

Special Programming: Ha Ha Holidays

Every day at 4pm from 13-23 December; then 8am-4.30pm Christmas Eve and Christmas Day


When Timmy doesn’t get what he wants for Christmas he simply wishes for it. But his friends can’t do the same, so Timmy wishes that every kid could get one magical coupon that would allow them to wish for the one thing they didn’t get. Cosmo and Wanda reluctantly turn into magic mailmen and deliver “wish coupons” to every kid in Dimmsdale. Needless to say, the kids take super advantage of the coupons, wishing up more coupons instead of new toys!


It’s the last day of school and Vicki drops a bombshell: she won’t be coming back to Angelus High next year. In fact, she’s leaving Angelus altogether to go to boarding school. At home, still reeling from Vicki’s news, Sarge informs Lockie their family may not be together in time for Christmas Day. While Mum’s getting better, she may not be ready to come home, just yet. So, status report: no Vicki, no Mum. This is shaping up to be best the best Christmas ever. Not.


When Ricky and the crew find out they have to work through Christmas it doesn’t settle well with them, especially Ricky’s co-star who claims that he is the real Santa and can’t possibly work over Christmas. Ricky humours the man and encourages him to go back to the North Pole which he promptly does. Now with his star gone, everything is at risk and Fischburger is freaking out – the movie and the entire studio could do down the drain… unless Ricky can get Santa back.


All the kids are forming bizarre after-school clubs, except for Todd, who creates a plain old “Science Club.” Myron laughs at him, believing his club will be better, until he sees Todd’s club has managed to build a functioning rocket. Jealous Myron tries to form a “Science Club” and build a rocket of his own.

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Nickelodeon, now in its 29th year globally and second year locally in New Zealand, is the number one entertainment brand for kids. It has built a diverse, global business by putting kids first in everything it does. Nick NZ airs 24 hours a day, seven days a week and is seen in over 700,000 households on SKY channel 41. On-air, Nick NZ features a wide array of original and acquired programming from animation to comedy, adventure and live action programs for kids aged 3 to 14 years. Nick NZ also owns and operates one of the few dedicated interactive kids websites in New Zealand – www.nicknz.co.nz.
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