Nova Scotia's infamous talking Christmas tree makes it to Jimmy Fallon (VIDEO)

Nov 24 2021, 4:10 pm

Festive Christmas tradition or nightmare fuel?

Dartmouth, Nova Scotia’s polarizing Woody the talking Christmas tree caught late-night host Jimmy Fallon’s attention.

In his monologue last night on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Fallon joked about the giant tree and its robotic, talking face.

“A very unique Christmas tree display has returned to a mall in Canada,” said Fallon. “Some people think it’s cute, while other people think it’s a little creepy.”

He then played a clip of Woody wishing customers at Mic Mac Mall happy holidays.

“Well, now we know what the Christmas episode of Squid Game will look like,” Fallon joked, referencing the creepy, giant robot doll from popular Netflix show Squid Game’s first episode.

An unofficial account for Woody responded to its feature on Fallon on Twitter. “Jimmy Fallon is fine but I haven’t truly made it until I’m on @22_Minutes,” he wrote.

Mic Mac Mall was Woody’s home during the holiday season for 20 years, until it began falling apart and was thrown in the trash in 2006, according to the CBC.

 

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The talking tree is back after 15 years with a new face and still has Canadians talking.

Some were sentimental, even proud about its return.

Others are traumatized.

Either way, the tree definitely rings in the holiday season one way or another.

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