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ZitatReleased just prior to the Halloween themed Cowboy Bebop: The Movie: Knockin' on Heaven's Door, and shown only once in Japan (never being broadcast in the United States), this special became an instant Christmas classic with critics and viewers, due in part to its soft and somber jazz track.Jet starts the special seeking to understand why he always ends up depressed around the holidays. On the advice of Faye Valentine, Jet gets involved in creating a video‑drama about the Nativity. When he loses control of the ship because of the crew members' refusal to listen to him, he gives Radical Ed and Ein (the data dog) the responsibility of decorating for the holiday.Looking for a big, shiny, aluminum artificial tree as she was instructed to do by Faye, Ed can only find a pitiful little tree. Meanwhile, Ein has decorated the Bebop with colorful flashing lights and other baubles. Having heard Spike's explanation of what Christmas is all about, the other crew members realize they have been too hard on Jet. Jet returns to find the rest of the crew singing around the tree in unity (which all falls apart when Spike tells Faye that she's singing off‑key).
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