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Kevin struggles to buy Winnie an expensive Christmas gift, while Jack has to find a way to secure the loan for his furniture-making business after his partner gets cold feet and goes back to NORCOM.

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Kevin struggles to buy Winnie an expensive Christmas gift, while Jack has to find a way to secure the loan for his furniture-making business after his partner gets cold feet and goes back to NORCOM.

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The title is a line from the traditional English carol "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen". See more »

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Kevin describes Winnie's Christmas present as "the new Bread album". The album is "Baby I'm-A Want You" which was released in January 1972. The album "Guitar Man" would be the "new" Bread album, as it was released in October 1972. See more »

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Kevin Arnold: Listen, if you were Winnie, what would you want from me?
Jeff Billings: Well I'd want you to hold me and I'd want you to tell me that you love me and I think that would be present enough.
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Silent Night
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Music by Franz Gruber
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