Note: Not to be confused with the character from Smallville.
Jeremy Creek is the title character of the poem of the same name written by Charmaine Severson, and as such, he is also the main protagonist of the poem's animated adaptation The Town Santa Forgot, produced in 1993 by Hanna-Barbera.
Why He Doesn't Deserve Toys
- Jeremy is a spoiled brat who owns every toy imaginable but isn't satisfied with it, and he makes his parents buy more toys for him by throwing fits, so much to the point that he could already give Caillou a run for his money.
- He is very selfish as he does not share any of his toys with anyone.
- He barely gets punished for his actions, only having his parents tell him that they will not buy him any more new toys.
- Jeremy then decides to simply ask Santa Claus for all the toys he wants, so he writes up a list half a mile long and sends it during June.
- When ever he dose not get his way, he makes one of the single loudest and worst screams in the history of cartoons, enough to make both Willie Scott and Nickelodeon's version of Fred Figglehorn seem more tolerable and less annoying in comparison. Not to mention, his crying will grate your ears very quickly.
- Like Zoey, his crying can be annoying and repetitive, and it can even go on for an entire minute.
- Not only his parents, but he also has the rest of his family buy him toys.
- He became good in the end and he learned why he didn't get any presents at the end of the special, and he delivered presents with Santa in the end of the film.
- At the end of the special, it is revealed that Jeremy is the old man who has been telling the story to his grandchildren, which is pretty clever.
- His parents at least give him a dressing down.