The holidays are the time of year when kith and kin gather in cozy bungalows, bedecked with tinsel, lights, and of course, a huge fir tree. It’s also the time of year when television writers of the murder mystery persuasion compete to see who can dazzle their audience best.
Sometimes it’s elves who meet a grisly end, with the occasional cameo by a reindeer. But by and large, this is the most deadly time of year to be the jolliest, most festive guy on the planet: Santa Claus.
This year’s notable entry - Castle, where a dead Santa falls from the air, interrupting a family’s night of playing in the snow. Ol’ Saint Nick’s death is taken especially hard by Castle (Nathan Fillion), whose cup of holiday cheer has been tainted by a family that seems ...
- Heather Donmoyer
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