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* The band that [[Halloween]], [[Christmas]], and [[Guy Fawkes Day]] wish to start is described as having a "hiphop-punk-electronica vibe" by [[Cupid]]. Their song [[I'm a Teen Holiday]] doesn't sound at all electronic, but perhaps that will change when one of the guitars is replaced with a keyboard.
 
* The band that [[Halloween]], [[Christmas]], and [[Guy Fawkes Day]] wish to start is described as having a "hiphop-punk-electronica vibe" by [[Cupid]]. Their song [[I'm a Teen Holiday]] doesn't sound at all electronic, but perhaps that will change when one of the guitars is replaced with a keyboard.
   
* UK fans are often amused (or annoyed) at Guy Fawkes Day, since they call the Fifth of November '''Bonfire Night''' instead.
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* UK fans are often amused (or annoyed) at Guy Fawkes Day, since they call the Fifth of November '''Bonfire Night''' instead. The St Patrick's Day/Guy Fawkes conflict is also several generations out of date, and St Patrick's Day is celebrated across Britain (as an excuse to get drunk).
   
 
* The episode's title is derived from the 1934 film ''[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0025037/ Death Takes a Holiday]''.
 
* The episode's title is derived from the 1934 film ''[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0025037/ Death Takes a Holiday]''.
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