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  • - [Danielle] Okay, so Steve?

  • - He's the one that she's secretly in love with, right?

  • - Uh-uh, Steve's her fiance, the big Wall Street tycoon.

  • - Hm, the one that wants to put Christmas out of business.

  • - Exactly. I hate him.

  • - And the other one is Aaron?

  • - Andy, so he's a super sweet guy

  • who works at the ski lodge.

  • The one where Beth's car got snowed in for the holidays.

  • They met in the cutest way.

  • - Hold on a second, I'm working.

  • - How is it? It's wonderful, right?

  • - It's good. Not great.

  • - Really? I think it's so good.

  • Are you writing your review column already?

  • - No, taking a few notes.

  • I'll write the full article tonight.

  • I'll give them an okay review,

  • and then, when I come back in a month,

  • they'll gimme a better dinner.

  • Well, how do you write your relationship column?

  • Don't you, don't you take notes or something?

  • - No, I just feel inspired and I write.

  • - Hm. Oh, okay, so Aaron.

  • - Hm, Andy. - Andy.

  • Andy is stuck at the ski lodge, no, no, no, no.

  • He is working at the ski lodge and Beth is stuck there.

  • Meanwhile, her jerk of a boyfriend is working in Europe.

  • - Uh-uh, he's in Hawaii.

  • - Right.

  • - So then the two of them. - Aaron and Beth?

  • - Andy and Beth, they get stuck in a car together.

  • - Okay. - Okay, what?

  • - Okay, what happens next? - I don't know.

  • I paused the movie so I could come have dinner

  • with my best friend, Kathy Kutlenios,

  • the world's most important food critic.

  • - Hardly. - You will be

  • when you get that job writing for "The Times."

  • - If. - Of course you'll get it.

  • You know more about food than anyone I've ever met.

  • - You do know how this story ends for Aaron and Beth, right?

  • - Yes. Probably.

  • Don't ruin it for me.

  • - Danielle, you are such a talented writer.

  • I mean, I understand that you're writing

  • the relationship column for the magazine,

  • but you could be writing these holiday movies that you love.

  • Why aren't you?

  • - I will answer that when you tell me

  • why you are writing about food,

  • when you could be cooking it.

  • Kathy, you could be the most talented chef

  • in all of New York City.

  • (phone buzzing)

  • - Saved by the bell. - I'll be in the bathroom.

  • - Hello? - Kathy.

  • - Hey, Mom.

  • - You don't have to sound so thrilled to hear from me.

  • - I'm thrilled to hear from you.

  • I'm just not thrilled to hear

  • about what you're gonna ask me.

  • - [Chrissy] And what am I going to ask you?

  • - Come to Holly for Christmas.

  • - Your father and I miss you so much.

  • - I miss you guys too.

  • I just don't miss that little town.

  • - Holly is the quaintest little town in all of Michigan.

  • - Hm, that's one way to describe it.

  • - Kathy, dear. - Yes, Mom.

  • - Just say you're going to come home.

  • - I've already bought the plane tickets.

  • - Your father will be so happy.

  • We're planning the biggest Christmas dinner

  • this quaint little town has ever seen.

  • - I'm excited.

  • (gentle bright music)

  • Dashing through the snow

  • In a one-horse open sleigh

  • Over the fields we go

  • Laughing all the way

  • Bells on bob-tails ring

  • Making spirits bright

  • What fun it is to ride and sing

  • ♪ A sleighing song tonight

  • Hey, jingle bells, jingle bells

  • Jingle all the way

  • Oh, what fun it is to ride

  • In a one-horse open sleigh, hey

  • Jingle bells, jingle bells

  • Jingle all the way

  • Oh, what fun it is to ride

  • In a one-horse open sleigh

  • (siren wails) ♪ A day or two ago

  • - I am so sorry, officer, I.

  • - Is there something funny about breaking the law, ma'am?

  • - No, no, no, no.

  • I wasn't trying to make anything seem funny.

  • - That's enough, ma'am.

  • Step out of the vehicle, ma'am.

  • - Are you serious?

  • - Yes, ma'am, just step out of the vehicle.

  • - Okay.

  • - (chuckles) I'm sorry, ma'am,

  • I'm, I'm just kidding with you.

  • I know I need to stop doing this,

  • but sometimes I can't help myself.

  • - Well, talk about breaking the law.

  • - Impersonating an overly serious officer? I know.

  • - You know, I might have to get the phone number

  • for your chief of police.

  • - Well, I'm not so sure it would do you any good though.

  • He's got a bigger sense of humor than I do.

  • - Well, in that case, Officer Williams?

  • - Call me Matthew.

  • - Officer Matthew?

  • - Just Matthew.

  • - I'm Kathy, by the way.

  • - Well, I wish we had met

  • under less reckless conditions, Kathy.

  • - Reckless? How fast was I going?

  • - 51 in a 25.

  • - Well, that doesn't seem exceptionally reckless.

  • - Oh, that's reckless.

  • - It's a rental car.

  • - Well, last time I checked reckless was reckless,

  • whether you owned the vehicle or not.

  • - Well, maybe, if you check your instruments again,

  • you might see, I was only going 35 in a 25.

  • Or if you look really close, you might see,

  • I was only going 25 in a 25.

  • - Huh, human error.

  • That's an interesting thought.

  • - Well, it doesn't have to be human error.

  • It could be the blossoming of early Christmas spirit.

  • - Sort of like a, like a secret Santa gift,

  • except from an officer instead of a coworker.

  • - Yeah, something like that.

  • - I'm gonna need your license and registration, ma'am.

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  • - It's Kathy. - Kathy!

  • Oh, baby girl, you look so beautiful.

  • It's so good to see you.

  • - Nice to see you, too.

  • - Kath, it's so nice to see you, sweetie.

  • How've you been? - I'm good.

  • - How was the trip?

  • - Lovely.

  • - Oh, what went wrong?

  • - This town, which loves me so much,

  • gifted me with a reckless driving ticket for Christmas.

  • - That's not the town's fault.

  • - I know it's my fault, Dad,

  • but that doesn't make it any better.

  • What were you two studying so intently when I came in?

  • - Your father and I are finalizing plans

  • for the annual Christmas dinner.

  • - This is gonna be the most amazing one we've ever had.

  • - [Chrissy] We have a very special guest coming this year.

  • - You got Santa.

  • How did you pull that off?

  • I heard he was booked through the 25th.

  • - Ha, ha.

  • I'm not gonna let your big city humbug

  • infect my Christmas cheer.

  • - You know, I've never understood

  • why you can't enjoy the season, Kath.