Is Santa (et al) spoiled?

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TV Show • 2005 Report
Yes
48
No
5
1
theanonymouswhisperer
Small comments in some episodes. Santa is definitely spoiled in any of the Christmas episodes.
TV Show • 2013 Report
Yes
35
No
3
TV Show Report
Yes
33
No
1
Netflix Report
Yes
28
No
9
4
hyperjenb
In the Christmas special, Bojack's character admits that Santa is a lie in a way that is phrased like denying the existence of God.
TV Show • 1994 Report
Yes
28
No
2
TV Show Report
Yes
28
No
0
TV Show • 2010 Report
Yes
25
No
2
4
Tarar
Santa is a rapist/murderer in Asylum.
Movie • 2019 Report
Yes
21
No
3
5
ReiAlexandraYYC
Not explicitly stated about Santa being real/not real, but there is a mall Santa who it is implied that he's not, and he has a scene where he's swearing a lot and so that all might not go over well with smaller children.
Movie • 1984 Report
Yes
20
No
1
0
MickeyMurphy
In an infamous scene, a girl describes in great detail how she found out Santa wasn't real.
TV Show Report
Yes
17
No
1
TV Show Report
Yes
16
No
1
0
hyperjenb
It's complicated. Most episodes depict Santa as existing in the real world and people interact with him, but "Imaginationland" portrays him as a figure of imagination. "Crack Baby Athletic Association" has a subplot that follows the typical story of someone learning Santa isn't real, except instead of Santa it's the musician Slash.
Movie • 2010 Report
Yes
14
No
5
5
HayleyMosteller
The villain spoils some magic for kids. They try to mitigate it by inserting something real, so you don't know if he's really spoiling or just "full-of-beans" but it skates the line pretty closely! Titan: "You're so naive, Roxy. You see the good in everyone, even when it's not there. You're living a fantasy. There is no Easter Bunny. There is no Tooth Fairy. There is no Queen of England. This is the real world, and you need to wake up!"
TV Show Report
Yes
14
No
0
1
HGAD
But they have a warning at the start of the episode
TV Show Report
Yes
14
No
2
1
noname93
In the Christmas special "Last Christmas" the Doctor says he knows he is in a dream because Santa is there, and Santa isn't real
Video Game • 2016 Report
Yes
14
No
4
5
ionasd
Goro jokes during an interview that he wishes Santa was real.
TV Show Report
Yes
11
No
1
5
anonymousthefiftieth
Yes, but if a child is watching this show then Santa being spoiled is probably the least of your concerns.
TV Show Report
Yes
10
No
1
0
zmrzlina524
Season 3, episode 2
Movie • 2015 Report
Yes
10
No
0
Yes
10
No
2
Movie • 2003 Report
Yes
9
No
1
TV Show Report
Yes
8
No
1
Yes
8
No
1
TV Show Report
Yes
8
No
0
Yes
7
No
0
0
simon
There’s one line about Santa in the song Shine a Light (reprise)
Yes
7
No
0
0
Jisu
A 15-year-old still believes in Santa; her friends are incredulous but try to keep it unspoiled for her, thereby spoiling the audience.
Yes
6
No
3
0
anonymousthefiftieth
It was heavily implied that a Santa-like character was actually a homeless man in the first Christmas special, however it was eventually shown that the character was the in-universe equivalent to Santa Claus at the end of the episode
TV Show Report
Yes
6
No
0
0
annameow
S1E8: In a song, Rebecca references that Santa is played by an actor.
TV Show Report
Yes
6
No
0
TV Show • 2002 Report
Yes
6
No
0
0
amespin
In S6E10, Monk reveals that Santa is not real on live television
Video Game • 2011 Report
Yes
6
No
0
2
sonozaki
A major theme of Umineko is the existence (or lack of existence) of magic