As Sean celebrates Christmas without his family, his loneliness leads him to seek solace in alcohol, resulting in possible legal action from a patient.

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Sean drinks to a great extent as he spends a depressing Christmas without his family; Christian gets an surprising gift when a 3-year old Wilber comes back into his life; and James pressures Michelle to help as she takes forceful measures to fill her holiday kidney quota. Written by Anonymous

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Poor Reefer!
7 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Reefer is the homeless guy played beautifully by Charles Haid I believe. Anyway it's a small role but he does a very good job in making us like this drunk homeless guy who lives across the street from the practice. Anyway, Sean hasn't recovered from his loss. He is devastated when his daughter Annie can't come to Miami for Christmas and begins drinking. He performs surgery intoxicated allowing a woman to experience an orgasm at the drop of a hat. Anyway, Christian's life is getting better with a new home, his son Wilbur, and his new fiancé Michelle. Of course, Michelle has yet to inform him of James' true profession. You thought prostitution was bad, unfortunately, James befriends Reefer and you can figure out the rest if you know what's going on. There are humorous scenes like Sean playing Santa Claus and depressing the children who sit on his lap. Of course, don't forget his scene with the female dwarf.


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