字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 (gentle music) (energetic bright music) (energetic bright music continues) (energetic bright music continues) (cheerful bright music) (cheerful bright music continues) (gentle upbeat music) - [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. (gentle bright music) - 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.