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I taped this film on a whim--an ABC Family original movie, which I usually don't like--because I had already finished watching my other Christmas favorites five times apiece. I was not only happily surprised by how funny this film and its star were, but by how well-done it was, especially for a Christmas flick. I won't rehash Andy Dick--he was adorably perfect for the part of the hockey-crazy Lloyd Steadman--but I have to say that I wish this movie had caught on when it aired. Hopefully ABC Family will air it again sometime in their 25 Days of Christmas.
"I am the fourth wise man, coming from far away Los Angle-ees, bearing gifts of sausage, and other processed meats!" Very funny. If you're a Christmas fan in the vein of "A Christmas Story", make the effort to find this movie. Kudos, Andy!
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