Is Santa (et al) spoiled?

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TV Show • 2005 Report
Yes
53
No
6
3
theanonymouswhisperer
Small comments in some episodes. Santa is definitely spoiled in any of the Christmas episodes.
TV Show • 2013 Report
Yes
44
No
3
TV Show • 2005 Report
Yes
39
No
1
1
GotSoEmoIFellApart
Santa and Mrs. Claus are shown as their original beginnings as pagan gods, killing people for sacrafice.
Netflix • 2008 Report
Yes
36
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
34
No
2
0
An episode where Phoebe learns Santa isn’t real and is upset by it.
TV Show • 2009 Report
Yes
33
No
0
1
minecrafttorturer
brittany still believes in santa and the rest of them help to keep it that way
TV Show • 2011 Report
Yes
30
No
2
7
Tarar
Santa is a rapist/murderer in Asylum.
Movie • 2019 Report
Yes
23
No
3
6
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
22
No
1
2
MickeyMurphy
In an infamous scene, a girl describes in great detail how she found out Santa wasn't real.
Movie • 2010 Report
Yes
21
No
6
7
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 • 1997 Report
Yes
19
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.
TV Show • 2011 Report
Yes
18
No
1
Video Game • 2016 Report
Yes
17
No
4
6
ionasd
Goro jokes during an interview that he wishes Santa was real.
TV Show • 2014 Report
Yes
16
No
0
3
HGAD
But they have a warning at the start of the episode
TV Show • 2013 Report
Yes
16
No
1
12
anonymousthefiftieth
Yes, but if a child is watching this show then Santa being spoiled is probably the least of your concerns.
TV Show • 2005 Report
Yes
16
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
TV Show • 2005 Report
Yes
14
No
2
0
hump
in a very sunny Christmas, many people dressed as santa go over to a characters mom's house to prostitute her, in the same episode a Santa is brutally attacked by one of the characters
TV Show Report
Yes
13
No
1
0
zmrzlina524
Season 3, episode 2
Movie • 2015 Report
Yes
12
No
0
Movie • 2003 Report
Yes
11
No
1
TV Show • 2009 Report
Yes
9
No
0
TV Show • 1999 Report
Yes
9
No
2
TV Show • 2017 Report
Yes
9
No
0
TV Show • 1961 Report
Yes
9
No
1
Yes
8
No
5
0
HoppipHarvest
Santa is thought not to be real in one episode, but he is confirmed to be real later in the episode.
TV Show • 2013 Report
Yes
8
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.
Podcast • 2010 Report
Yes
8
No
0
TV Show • 2015 Report
Yes
7
No
0
0
annameow
S1E8: In a song, Rebecca references that Santa is played by an actor.
Video Game • 2011 Report
Yes
7
No
0
3
sonozaki
A major theme of Umineko is the existence (or lack of existence) of magic
Yes
7
No
0
0
simon
There’s one line about Santa in the song Shine a Light (reprise)