It's just Jesse and Thomas this week for a bell-jingling, tinsel-trimming, menorah-lighting extravaganza of a holiday episode! Look at those gifts sitting under your festive decorations. Wanna know how to open them early without getting caught? We got the best tips, tricks, and hacks to sneak a peek at the goods while staying off the naughty list.
Leave it to Glee to come up with one of the wackiest Christmas episodes on TV this year. Not too much in terms of pushing storylines forward, but just a whole lot of goofy holiday fun; and some winks to Holiday TV specials of the past.
The material that has been carried over from the BBC version of The Office has become increasingly less over the years. Yet, there remains some storyline that has still not been covered in the American version.
MAN CHRISTMAS *
It's that time of year that all men love: aimlessly wandering around a parking lot looking for a space, standing in line for hours between an old lady and a screaming baby, being ripped off by a jewellery salesperson... and this usually all occurs on December 23!
Yes the holiday season is in full swing.
In the Family Guy universe, Santa Claus really does exist. Not only that, Road To The North Pole explained in great deal, the setting in which a world where Santa Claus is real can possibly happen. It turned out the world was consumed with wanting presents, making the the North Pole into a mass manufacturing dystopia.
Christmastime is here, get ready for a tear jerker folks. The team treats a 16 year old girl with multiple organ failure, and House attempts to spread some Christmas cheer. Grab your Kleenex and your eggnog (or your eggnog latte), this might just be the episode where all your Christmas wishes come true.
During the holiday season, we know there's one thing none of us can get enough of, and that thing is Christmas music. Since you're stuck listening to it as you stroll through malls from Halloween right through the Boxing Day Super Sales, you may as well be listening to the good stuff when you get home and start wrapping presents.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas. At least if you're at the malls or a multiplex or even better yet, a multiplex in a mall. Last time I looked at the calendar, the date read early November putting us squarely a month and a half away from the arrival of Santa.