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Give Santa a Tail-Hole 

While Walden takes a job as a Christmas tree salesman as part of his ruse, he gets a billion dollar business proposal from Mark Zuckerberg. Meanwhile, Alan finds himself completely alone at the beach house for the holidays.

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To maintain his poor man's cover, Walden can only help his destitute would be-actress lover Kate, whose sowing machine breaks down, by taking an 'honest' job as Christmas tree salesman, which he proves good at and enjoys although it's exhausting. Jake cancels, leaving Alan all alone for Christmas, unconsoled by the perks of Walden's fortune, so he craves a hug from Berta. Billy is eager to sell their 'lectric suitcase' to Zuckerberg for half a billion, but Walden stoically holds out for 1.2 while toiling cheerfully to earn peanuts. Written by KGF Vissers

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13 December 2012 (USA)  »

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Walden Schmidt: [Walden - as Sam Wilson - is talking with his depressed girlfriend when he notices something on the ceiling] Awwwww, is that mistletoe?
Kate: It's supposed to be. It's actually broccoli. Thought it'd be romantic.
Walden Schmidt: [tenderly] It is.
Kate: D'you wanna...
Walden Schmidt: Oh, no, Hell no!
Kate: Thank God!
Kate: [later, after 'Sam' gives Kate a new sewing machine] Merry Christmas, Sam.
Walden Schmidt: [she is about to kiss Sam/Walden] Oh, wait, look what else Santa brought: broccol-toe!
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