Prickly, Grotke and Finster head home during a snowstorm and remember the times with T.J. and the gang. When they get stuck in a snowbank, Prickly blames it on T.J. and the gang, although Grotke says there is a logical explanation over that, considering that T.J. and the kids are not around the snowbank. As Grotke and Finster tell their stories about their experiences with T.J. and the gang, they are rescued, from where they are trapped, by T.J. and the gang, and Prickly admits T.J. and the others aren't so bad, to which Finster agrees, saying it really makes her feel more warm and fuzzy than before. The film ends with T.J. and the gang singing their version of Jingle Bells, describing about their classmates and teachers.
- T.J. - Andrew Lawrence and Ross Malinger
- Spinelli - Pamela Segall Adlon
- Vince - Rickey D'Shon Collins
- Gretchen - Ashley Johnson
- Mikey - Jason Davis
- Gus - Courtland Mead
- Ms. Finster - April Winchell
- Principal Prickly - Dabney Coleman
- Miss Grotke - Allyce Beasley
- This movie ties together with the episodes Principal for a Day, The Great Can Drive, and Weekend at Muriel's, as well as the aforementioned Christmas special.
- The title of this film is a reference to the 1947 movie Miracle on 34th Street.
- Mikey sings a Recess-themed Jingle Bells.
- Oh Jingle Bells, Prickly smells. Menlo's such a drag. The Ashley girls flip their curls and Finster is a hag. Oh Jingle Bells, Randall tells. Kindergarteners scream. What's that noise? The Digger Boys. For lunch they ate some beans., Oh Jingle Bells, Christmas spells, two weeks off from school. No more books or lunch from cooks. The Holidays are cool!
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