Now that the Christmas season is in full swing, we can all expect to hear Mariah Carey's infectious "All I Want For Christmas Is You" at least a hundred times. But you won't hear us complaining. As far as newer Christmas songs go, it's one of the great ones. Although we must admit, the version at the end of "Love Actually" is still kind of our favorite... that is, until now.
Over the summer, Jimmy Fallon, The Roots and Carly Rae Jepson showed us that for pop songs to truly be great, they must be played on toy instruments. Now, with the help of Ms. Carey, Fallon and company have extended their research to holiday pop songs. And we couldn't be more delighted.
Watch this sublime bit of magic from "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" above.
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This is major commitment to the bit.
Cartman From "South Park"
It's easy, yet perfect.
There are a million of these, but this is definitely the cutest.
Jabba The Hutt
The coloring really brings out his eyes.
My Neighbor Totoro
Now with cute little babies inside.
Dalek From "Doctor Who"
Not as scary in snow.
Stewie From "Family Guy"
He's angry all the time.
Brian From "Family Guy"
The drink is an excellent touch.
Even without a face, we still love Conan.
The Cat In The Hat
"Jersey Shore" Cast Member, Various
This unnamed "guido" speaks for all cast members. (Or maybe Bono?)
His time is almost over.
Spartan From Halo
Guarding your house, one snowflake at a time.
Watch out for Mr. Plow.
AT-AT From "Star Wars"
Their armor's too strong for blasters.
South Park Characters
Forever waiting by the bus stop.
If that kid did the whole thing he is very impressive.
Ask him all of your questions.
This can't be real, right?
If he's not running, he's not happy.
Bender From "Futurama"
This is a great version of our favorite robot.
Stay Puft Marshmallow Man
Stitch From "Lilo And Stitch"
Such great detail!
Arnold From "Hey Arnold"
Move it football head.
Gotta catch 'em all.