Mr. Nezzer is the owner of the Nezzer Chocolate Factory. When he sold the two millionth chocolate bunny, he announced to his employees that they can eat as much chocolate bunnies as they want. Rack, Shack and Benny did not eat that much and they are the only ones that did not get sick.
There is a ceremony that his employees will worship the Bunny Statue. Those who will not worship it will be thrown into the factory's furnace. Everybody, except Rack, Shack and Benny worships the statue, then Mr. Nezzer condemns the trio to the furnace.
Rack, Shack and Benny are tied up and they are about to be thrown into the furnace. Once they are thrown inside, Mr. Lunt told Mr. Nezzer that there are four people inside, instead of three. One of the four is a spirit All of them are not even burnt a bit. Mr. Nezzer released the three and got amazed that they did not burn. Mr. Nezzer redeemed himself for what he did.
Mr. Nezzer is a vegetable, zucchini, which belongs to the family, Cucurbitaceae. He appeared to wear buisness attire by having collared top, necktie and slacks. This is likely based on his position as a buisnessman.
Mr. Nezzer is a cruel businessman. He does not treat his workers well. He also did not teach how unhealthy chocolates are. He also had a big bunny statue and wanted others to worship it strictly and punishes those who did not worship it.
The real story behind is Shadrach, Meshach and Abednigo. Mr. Nezzer represents King Nebuchadnezzar. He plans to throw Shadrach, Meshach and Abednigo to the fiery furnace, but they did not get burnt.
- Mr. Nezzer from The Toy That Saved Christmas is Wally P. Nezzer, the brother of Nebby K. Nezzer.