A Charlie Brown Christmas, all grown up in a “Louie” episode, from FOX ADHD

A Charlie Brown Christmas first aired 47 Decembers ago in 1965, and continued its traditional primetime run in network telecasts Tuesday night on ABC.

The kids at FOX ADHD, however, have served up an alternate universe for the Peanuts gang — one in which the kids not only have grown up to become middle-aged adults (and mostly fallen on hard times), but also one in which the tone of the animated episode is a tribute to Louis CK’s FX series, Louie. Complete with adapted theme song and subway-pizza combo.

Will Charlie become a new Christmas classic, though?

Roll the clip and weigh in.

Sean L. McCarthy

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