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7 Most Searched Questions About 'The Grinch' Finally Answered!

By Anna Quintana

It's the most wonderful time of the year, which means if you haven't googled TV showtimes for How the Grinch Stole Christmas, we can't be friends. 

Honestly, Christmas just wouldn't be Christmas without watching The Grinch original cartoon, or the 2000 version starring Jim Carrey, to see the green cynic's heart grow three sizes thanks to the joyous residents of Whoville. 

However, no matter how many times you have watched the iconic holiday classic, there are still some questions that have stumped even the biggest Grinch supporters. 

Luckily for you, we got you covered... 

Why is the Grinch green? 

Fun fact: the Grinch wasn't supposed to be green. When Dr. Seuss' (real name: Theodor Seuss Geisel) book was published in 1957, it was black and white. However, the cartoon's director, Chuck Jones, he decided to make the Grinch green, reportedly inspired by the color of his rental car.