A Partridge Family Prison Bus
From the episode: Five Hoda Kotbs
Singers: Phil Miller
Voices: Will Forte
"The Twelve Days of Christmas" is an English Christmas carol that enumerates in the manner of a cumulative song a series of increasingly grand gifts given on each of the twelve days of Christmas.

In "Five Hoda Kotbs", Phil sings "A Partridge Family Prison Bus" to the tune of the song after the group, who he feels is his "Partridge Family", is forced to join him in his prison bus to continue their road trip.

A brief second of the song is sung again by Phil before being told to quiet down by the group at their increasing annoyance.


Phil: On the first day of travel, 

My true love gave to me

A Partridge Family prison bus

On the second day of travel 

My true love gave to me...

[song continued at the beginning of third act]

Nine Matt Lauers,

Eight Katie Courics

Seven Al Rokers,

Six Savannah Guthries

Five Hoda Kotbs...

Lewis: I don't understand the connection!

Phil: Four Willie Geists,

Three Cokie Roberts

Two Willard Scotts

And a Partridge family prison bus

On the tenth day of...

Gail: Okay, that's enough, Tandy!

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