50/50 Publishing is hosting an all-inclusive Christmas party. The self-professed queen of Christmas, Julianne, is taking charge to ensure that everything for the party matches the exacting ... See full summary »
50/50 Publishing is hosting an all-inclusive Christmas party. The self-professed queen of Christmas, Julianne, is taking charge to ensure that everything for the party matches the exacting standard of a Giacomelli Christmas. On the flip side, Adam, who attends the party nonetheless, has never had a merry Christmas, and he seems determined not to partake in the traditional Christmas festivities just to please others. In the middle is Erica, who, coming from Jewish background, has never officially celebrated Christmas with her family, but has observed its secular traditions as an adult as they surround western society. Erica will even miss the traditional first night of Hanukkah with her family because of the party. Regardless of Adam's feelings, Erica is determined to show Adam that Christmas, with its associated traditions, can be a happy time. As such, Dr. Tom sends Erica to three holidays past: first to a Giacomelli Christmas as a teen-aged Julianne, that experience which is a much ... Written by
Season 3 is absolutely filled with drama. Of the past 3 seasons this is not the best. I guess what they say is true about most TV series. They only go down hill after the first. Killing this series after season 3 is a 50/50 Idea. I would have looked at the series very close. Season 3 Erica is not as prime a player as in season 1 and 2 And this is the only reason I would allow a forth season.
Tho filled with pit falls season 3 brings us joy and intrigue. Season 3 started off good, by episode 4 you were almost thru with it just when I had to force myself to watch another episode it picked up.
Season 3 ended great and left me wanting just a little more. Season 4 will have to be stellar to keep me.
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