How well do you remember ''The Best Christmas'' episode of The Waltons?

''The Best Christmas'' didn't come without several obstacles and serious moments.

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The Waltons took on the Christmas angle a few times during the show's nine-season run, not including the pilot TV movie The Homecoming: A Christmas Story

In the season five episode "The Best Christmas," the family must overcome differing plans and dangerous weather. In this classic episode, the Christmas spirit pops up during rough patches several times, eventually honing in on what matters most in this series: family. 

How well do you remember this Christmas episode of The Waltons? Use the images and clues we provide and make your best guess! 

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  1. What happens after Elizabeth dumps fresh water into this bowl?
  2. Who do the children want to have "the best Christmas ever" for?
  3. Where inside the house does the new Christmas tree go?
  4. Jim-Bob is worried about Patsy being embarrassed while she's over for Christmas dinner. Who is he worried will embarrass him?
  5. What song are Grandma and Grandpa Walton singing when they first appear with Maude?
  6. After Jason leaves the church for the night, what damages it?
  7. Grandma and Grandpa try to drive home from Maude's even though it's dark and snowy. What happens?
  8. Who gets flagged down to help Fanny Tatum and her niece when their car goes into the water?
  9. Grandma and Grandpa stay in a hotel lobby because no rooms are available. Do you remember what the name of the hotel is?
  10. What Christmas song does the entire family sing at the end of the episode?

How well do you remember ''The Best Christmas'' episode of The Waltons?

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