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Jesus, It's Christmas 

With greed running rampant at the office, Maya suggests that everyone pool their Christmas present money and give it to someone in need. Dismissing Nina's suggestion that they donate it to ... See full summary »

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With greed running rampant at the office, Maya suggests that everyone pool their Christmas present money and give it to someone in need. Dismissing Nina's suggestion that they donate it to her favorite male stripper, Maya decides to give the money to Jesus Santos, the building's night janitor. Although led to believe that he's going to use the gift to open his own business, Maya is stunned when Jesus falls in love with her and uses the money to buy her a series of lavish gifts to prove it. Meanwhile, Finch begs to be invited along for a Caribbean swimsuit shoot with Elliott and a dozen beautiful models. When his pleas to be included in the trip fail to do any good, Finch decides to turn up the heat on Elliott by stealing his favorite camera lens. And though Elliott tries to resist, the lure of his lucky lens proves too strong and he invites Finch along. Written by Anonymous

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16 December 1997 (USA)  »

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The sting operation portrayed is actually based on a real life police operation in the USA, where the prize winner had been told they won a speed boat and end up having to pay some fines. See more »

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When Elliott walks in with the new camera lens and shows it to Dennis, the lens is in a white box. Elliott takes the op half of the box off and shows Dennis the lens in the lower half of the box. In the next scene, Elliott is holding just the lens and the box has disappeared. See more »

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Nina Van Horn: [pulls a gun on some carolers in the elevator] All right, one more fa-la-la and Tiny Tim gets it in the good leg.
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