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Unfortunately, Conner's parents are also visiting for Christmas (they are played, entertainingly, by Larry the Cable Guy and Kathy Najimy, upping the weird factor considerably), and the two cars holding the in-laws-unknown-to-one-another arrive at Lacey and Conner's house within minutes of one another.Lacey, trapped in her web of lies, ropes in her new in-laws to keep up the facade that Conner is just a hired man until she can figure out a way to break the bad news to Mom. Mom, as I mentioned, is a sociopath and is rude to the white folks, wondering what the hell they are doing hanging around her daughter's house.Perry is now asking for a restraining order that would require Sole to stay more than 500 feet away from him. Perry also wants Sole to undergo a psychological evaluation and receive treatment as well as pay Perry a minimum of 0 thousand dollars!The lawsuit doesn’t state the capacity in which sole was employed—perhaps because it might have been awkward to list “secret lover” as a job title.
The chief of security was apparently baffled as to how Sole was able to get into the studio.
Eileen wants to go surprise her for Christmas, but there is the small problem that Eileen does not drive.
Lucky for Eileen, Lacey (Tika Sumpter) is deeply embroiled in her own plot-heavy situation, involving a thwarted Christmas Jubilee (no funds!
And it's just not right to keep "Christ" out of "Christmas" anyway, that's for damn sure.
You know you're through the looking-glass when the War on Christmas is treated not only like a real thing as opposed to a ridiculous bogey-man created by those with cultural axes to grind, but THE thing that bonds all of these different types of people together. On the other hand, the schmaltz in individual moments of sentiment have an undeniable pull, as most schmaltz does. So I feel manipulated, and then think, "Oh, hell, whatever, I don't care." It's an odd experience, not altogether pleasant, but interesting nonetheless. A sweet young student of Lacey's (Noah Urrea) has a beautiful voice and yet is afraid to sing in the Christmas Jubilee because he is bullied by his classmates for being "just a dirty farm boy". Will the spirit of Christmas make Mom stop being such a pain-in-the-ass?
It's heavy with unvarnished propaganda, and trucks in broad stereotypes and manipulative pulling of the heart strings.