EPISODE 9   |   DECEMBER 20, 2018

AN ACT OF GENIUS

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Why did Santa Claus become so popular? We tell the remarkable true story of his birth to find the answer.

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EPISODE 9   |   DECEMBER 20, 2018

AN ACT OF GENIUS

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Why did Santa Claus become so popular? We tell the remarkable true story of his birth to find the answer.

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Patrick Courrielche: Every year, without fail, a certain segment of the population tries to destroy Santa Claus.

Reporter #1: 27 percent of people think santa should be female, gender neutral, that’s according to a survey.

Reporter #2: Is a gender neutral Santa coming to town?

Bill O’Reilly: If Santa comes back and he’s gender neutral, what happens to the beard and Mrs. Claus?

Patrick Courrielche: Luckily for us, they always fail. Santa Claus is quite simply one of the greatest, most enduring ideas ever invented. This chubby, bearded, grandfatherly figure from the North Pole has had an immeasurable impact on America and the world.

But why? Why did Santa Claus become so popular? You may think you know the answer, but you probably don’t. The true story of the invention of Santa Claus is one of the greatest achievements of American creativity.

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