Jimmy Kimmel Live! (found Peanuts/Tiger Woods crossover skits; 2009-2010)

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Screenshot from the Valentines skit.

Status: Found

Date found: 01 May 2023 (Valentines skit); 21 May 2023 (Christmas skit)

Found by: Corentinseigfried

Jimmy Kimmel Live! is a Californian/Nevadan late-night talk show, created and hosted by Jimmy Kimmel himself, which airs on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC). It premiered its first episode on January 26, 2003, as part of Super Bowl 2003.

However, during a few episodes, each one has a skit that was based on a different Peanuts holiday special, which one of them ironically first aired on ABC. The skits also feature golfer Eldrick "Tiger" Woods. For years, fans thought the skits were not real, since most sources are not reliable. But recently, a fan discovered Brown Kevin T.'s YouTube page, as of February 11, 2010, via the Wayback Machine, including some evidence for the Valentines skit with a screenshot from the Valentines skit, unexpectedly.[1]

The earliest known evidence on the Valentines skit comes from an article from Portland Mercury. The article goes on to discuss that skit. "Jimmy Kimmel presents this updated version of the Charlie Brown Valentine special, in which Snoopy gets a little advice on pitching woo from Tiger Woods! (Are there sex rehab clinics for dogs?)"[2]


The Valentines skit was on YouTube at one point but is now set to private.[3] Before Flash was discontinued, captures 50 to 52 of the Jimmy Kimmel Live! YouTube page, via the Wayback Machine, still functioned. However, all three captures turn out to be broken links.[4][5][6] The Valentines skit was found by Corentinseigfried on May 1st, 2023, on Archive.org.[7] That skit, divided into two parts, can be watched at the 12:22 and 12:23 timestamp, respectively.

On May 18th, 2023, SonicFan201 discovered a clip on YouTube of what he thought was the Christmas skit from 2009.[8] On May 21st, 2023, the same user that found the Valentines skit has found the Christmas skit at the 12:16 am timestamp.[9]



Gubby’s video on the subject (starts at 10:06).

The Christmas skit's clip.

The full Christmas skit.

Uncut version.

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