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13 Interesting Details From 'Christmas Vacation' That Make Us Think It's Time For A Rewatch

List RulesVote up the most interesting details from 'Christmas Vacation' that make you want to grab a glass of eggnog and plug in all your extension cords!

While National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation may be one of the most quotable Christmas movies of all time, it also has some interesting details that are sure to get you in the mood for some eggnog. From Cousin Eddie to Aunt Bethany, Christmas Vacation with the Griswolds is a Christmas catastrophe worth a rewatch.

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    Eggnog, Anyone?

    From Redditor u/sleepwalkchicago:

    In National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation (1989), the glasses Clark and Eddie are drinking eggnog out of are from Walley World, the destination of the first Vacation (1983) movie.

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    Look, A Deer!

    From Redditor u/spellyalewitha6:

    The pickup that tailgates the Griswolds in Christmas Vacation is the same truck that Kurt Russell uses as a work truck in the movie Overboard*.

    *(Overboard is distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)

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    Historical Accuracy For Aunt Bethany

    From Redditor u/NOMO20:

    In National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, while Aunt Bethany is “saying grace” she skips the Under God line of the pledge while everyone else says it. Clark says this is Aunt Bethany’s 80th Christmas. The movie came out in ‘89 so She would have been born in 1909. The phrase “Under God” wasn’t added to the pledge until 1954, therefore she didn’t just forget a line, she’s saying it the way she learned it as a kid in the ‘20s and ‘30s.

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    And Cut... Nope Keep Rolling

    After the scene where Chevy Chase fails to get the Christmas lights to work, he can be seen punching the Santa decoration in the front yard. Turns out, Chase actually broke his finger during the take that was used in the film.

    (Sourced from IMDB and backed by app)

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