Tru Calling/'Twas the Night Before Christmas...Again

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'Twas the Night Before Christmas...Again
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Season 2, Episode 6
Airdate unaired
Production Number 2AHP06
Written by Zack Estrin
Directed by Jesus Salvador Treviño
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Tru CallingSeason Two
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'Twas the Night Before Christmas...Again is the sixth episode of the second season of Tru Calling, and the twenty-sixth and final episode overall.

Starring: Eliza Dushku (Tru Davies), Zach Galifianakis (Davis), Shawn Reaves (Harrison Davies)

and Jason Priestley (Jack Harper)

Special Guest Star: Cotter Smith (Richard Davies), Liz Vassey (Dr. Carrie Allen)

and Eric Christian Olsen (Jensen Ritchie)

Guest Starring: Lizzy Caplan (Avery Bishop), Parry Shen (Tyler Li), Michael Reilly Burke (Russell Marks), Sue Cremin (Vanessa Marks), Maria Marlow (Ann Moore), Chantal Conlin (Cambria Moore)

Co-Starring: Adrian Holmes (Victor), Terry-Dayne Marshall (Kid #1), Nicole Muñoz (Little Girl), Debbie Brown (Allison Moore), Beverley Elliott (Soloist)


Plot Overview

Tru has to relive Christmas Eve when a six month cadaver asks for help. With nothing to go on, Tru reluctantly goes to Jack for help who obliges as it doesn't violate his code. Meanwhile, Richard has to makes sure Harrison doesn't again discover his relationship with Jack.


Arc Advancement


  • In the original timeline, Richard strangles Harrison when he won't swear he won't tell Tru, but he can't bring himself to kill him.
  • When Richard notes to Jack about his failure regarding Jensen, Jack simply tells him to "Give it time."


  • Jensen begins exhibiting odd behaviour.
  • Davis tells Carrie about Tru, but doesn't reveal this to Tru.



The Show

Behind the Scenes

The network announced they were pulling the plug on the show during the episode's production, but allowed them to finish.

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments