Okay, everyone, do you remember the Nick Jr. show "The Backyardigans"? I do. There's a lost episode called "A Merry Little Christmas". Which the show was gonna come back for a Christmas special and then leave TV permanently this was gonna air 22nd December 2013.
One time, I was looking through my Backyardigans DVDs and I saw one that I had never seen before, "The Backyardigans: A Merry Little Christmas - Ep.81". I picked it up and went to the computer, with a glass of egg-nog, but then a strange feeling went down my spine. I accidentally knocked over my glass of egg-nog, shattering it into pieces. Some of them even went into my arm and I began to bleed but no! The Backyardigans are literally my everything...
The intro played normally and once it ended, it cut to the main title card of the episode like always. On it there was a black background, and in dark red & light red font, the title of the episode was shown saying, "A Merry Little Christmas". Norteño music was playing in the background, and the start credits popped up saying: "Written by Satan - Music by Death." It was written in blood and I got really freaked out. Tyrone walked out of his house, introduced himself to the viewers and said to Pablo who was also walking out of his own house, "Where is Austin at?" "I don't know," Pablo said as he gave Tyrone a Christmas cookie. I watched enthralled while taking a sip of my new glass of egg nog.
"Oh, I remember now. Austin died from a car accident!" Tyrone said as he ate the tree shaped Christmas cookie. A new card popped up saying, "In Austin's Funeral..." as Tyrone spoke. It cut to Austin's Funeral. Pablo, Uniqua, Tyrone and Tasha were all sobbing profusely. A depressing organ melody was also playing.
"You were like a brother to me!" Pablo said as tears rolled down his face. Then another card popped up saying, "One hour later..." It was in the same font as in the title card. It cut to all the backyard members except Austin. A moment later they were tying noose's around their necks and then proceeding to kick the chairs out from beneath them. But why? They still had their entire lives ahead of them!
The episode ended with the credits, except it was just white text in large font, scrolling on a black background, along with the Backyardigan member's hanging bodies. As soon as the credits came to a close, the Nickelodeon light bulb shattered into pieces. The music playing in the credits was again Norteño music. This freaked me out even more.