Claus' annual "Santa Send-off Celebration," begin to look like they're in an old black and white movie. It's up to Detective Red Mistletoe, now in shades of gray, to get some answers in black and white. Could the three suspicious new arrivals, Bob Humbug, Fruitcake Humbug's sidekick and Holly Wreath Santa's new red-headed secretary know anything about Santa's whereabouts? Do they really hail from the South Pole as they claim, or will their caper be uncovered by Red—helped by a now-repentant and soft-hearted Holly Wreath?
Can Red save Santa in time to bring a colorful Christmas to the children of the world and even find a little romance along the way? Of course he can— Just in the Nick of Time! With easily accomplished costume changes, turning characters from colorful to colorless and back again, lots of parts for children and teens, a mystery to solve, a comedy with witty dialogue, plenty of holiday warmth—and Santa Claus to boot—this show is perfect holiday fare for kids and families.
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It doesn't really sound right either, since there are no "nicks" of time. I know, I'm a Nick!
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Asked 8 years, 6 months ago. Active 4 years, 2 months ago. Viewed times. They both sound right and I've found examples of both. Definitely "the" nick of time.
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It is a specific thing - one chance. You don't get nicks of time. Rory Alsop Rory Alsop 6, 3 3 gold badges 24 24 silver badges 36 36 bronze badges. But couldn't "time" have several nicks? Not in this idiomatic sense. If there's more than one last possible second, then one of them wasn't actually the last.
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Jordaan Mylonas Jordaan Mylonas 1, 7 7 silver badges 9 9 bronze badges. I've always seen it as "the nick of time" Could you give any examples of where 'a nick of time' has been used? EDIT: After some more thought I have always understood a nick to be a small piece of something, for example if I were to say I took a nick out of my penknife blade In which case using 'a nick' would be valid if you were to say say There is a nick in my penknife blade When referring to time you wouldn't be able to use 'a nick' in the same way as 'the nick' though.
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