Christmas Eve - and the one year anniversary of Nate and Brenda's meeting and Nathaniel Fisher's death - is approaching, and this year, the Fishers are requested by bikers to allow the funeral home to be open on Christmas Day so they can have a party/memorial service for Jesse Ray Johnson, who was involved in a motorcycle accident on his way to his part-time job as a mall Santa while greeting some kids. The family (and Rico) each remember their last moments with Nathaniel and, in most cases, regret what they didn't do for him before he died. On Christmas Eve Brenda's mother invites Brenda and Nate over for dinner with a "special guest", who turns out to be Billy. Ruth prepares to take Claire to church with David out to visit Keith and Taylor, but they never make it when they enter Nikolai's shop to see it robbed and him shot in the legs with both now broken. Ruth decides, to the chagrin of the family, that he'll stay with them until he can walk, since he has no insurance. Nate is ...
Did You Know?
In the beginning, the sports announcer claims that the player is down at the 15 yard line and it will be 1st and 10 to go. The player had caught the ball and fell at about the 7 yard line and won't be down until the opposing player touches him. At the least, it would be 1st and goal to go, not 1st and 10. See more
Okay, if you were a gay mortician, what would you want for Christmas?
Um... a new life?
References The Shining
Written by James Pierpont
Performed by The Mighty Turbans See more