It's the Christmas season. Frasier is in a anti-Christmas bah-humbug mood much to Lilith's chagrin. Norm has a part-time job he fails to mention. And Cliff is collecting food for the needy all in an effort to win a trip to Disney World. Rebecca has Carla, Woody and Sam all working Christmas Eve as will she. Carla doesn't mind the extra money. Woody isn't going back to Hanover so he doesn't mind. But Sam hates working what he considers the holiday. When it's close to closing time on Christmas Eve, Carla, Woody and Sam decide to exchange their gifts with each other. That's when Sam learns that everyone seems to have a present for Rebecca - which he doesn't - and in turn Rebecca has a gift for everyone. In a panic, Sam rushes out trying to find somewhere - anywhere - that is still open so he can get a gift for her. The second problem may be to find something appropriate, which strikes that perfect balance of being not too expensive but still saying "I want to sleep with you". He may get ...
Did You Know?
Norm is shown to be working as a department store Santa Claus. George Wendt would later play or depict Santa Claus in a few made for TV/Direct To Video movies, late night talk show skits, and in a stage musical adaptation of Elf. See more
During the news bulletin about Cliff throwing boxes of Chinese Food at an airline jet, the Anchor gives the name Boston Airport. The city's airport is actually named Logan Airport, and is never identified under the name Boston Airport. Earlier references would have been Logan (Air) Field. See more
Dr. Frasier Crane
Oh joy. Christmas Eve. By this time tomorrow, millions of Americans, knee deep in tinsel and wrapping paper, will utter those heartfelt words, "Is this all I got?"
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Auld Lang Syne
Traditional tune, lyrics by Robert Burns See more