Snowflake Day: A Very Special Holiday Special

Snowflake Dance Party


Snowflake Day: A Very Special Holiday Special is the 11th episode of Clone High. It was written by Erica Rivinoja. It originally aired on Sunday January 26, 2003.


On a very special holiday episode of Clone High, it's the non-religion-specific Snowflake Day and Abe needs to find the perfect expensive gift for Cleo.


It's Snowflake day and Cleo really wants an expensive gift so Abe and Gandhi get jobs, but when working proves too hard they instead try to market there new invention, the Knork. Meanwhile Joan is sick of Snowflake day and is helped by a sexy dumpster teen who looks an awful lot like Mandy Moore.


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Minor RolesEdit



  • First (and only) holiday-themed episode of Clone High.
  • All religious holidays such as Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa have been banned, and replaced with the politically correct, all-inclusive "Snowflake Day".
  • It is revealed that Abe is a Christian.
  • Abe said that Napoleon Bonaparte had "some sort of a complex", but failed to understand what it was. This is a reference to a Napoleon Complex, where someone acts very superior and dominant, to hide their shame in their short height.
  • The Knork, which is a combination of a fork and a knife is a parody of the spork, a spoon and fork.


  • JFK releases a holiday album for Snowflake Day. It was mentioned in "Plane Crazy: Gate Expectations" that JFK records a music album for every holiday, when it comes by.
    • He also laughed at the double-entendre of the lyric "Gay of Peril" in this episode, in the same way he laughed at "Upon the Fruited Plain" in the last episode.

Cultural ReferencesEdit

  • Gandhi mentioned Bill Gates and Will Smith.
  • JFK's album includes parodies of Jingle Bells, Oh Holy Night, Dreidle Dreidle Driedle, Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer and other holiday songs.
  • Cleo says she bought the Knork at "the Sharper Image", which is a chain of stores that sells trendy gadgets.