Snowed-Inn Christmas

Synopsis: Jenna Hudson (Bethany Joy Lenz) and Kevin Jenner (Andrew Walker) are polar opposites working for the same online publication in New York City. With both having nowhere they want to be for ...
Genre: Comedy, Romance
86 min

And that is why I picked both of

you, my two best writers.

Because you two are wonderful

but you're skilled

in different ways.

And I know this may

sound a little harsh

but I really need to figure out

which one of you is

my most valuable writer.


No, really.

Do my readers want soft

and warm and historic?

Or do they want fast and bold

and straight to the point?

Why are those mutually

exclusive? I don't understand.

Well, it's simple. It's simple.

Whichever one of you

can write the piece

that gets the most traffic

to the site,

then you are

my most valuable writer.

And what happens

to the person that doesn't

get the most traffic?

Like I said, we all need

a Christmas miracle.

Flight leaves 1:
00pm sharp.

Please don't be late.

I don't care how many kittens

need saving, Mr. Jenner.

Yes, ma'am.

Miss Hudson, I need to

speak with you.

Enchanting is my niche.

Why am I being sent to Aspen

with the class clown?

Will you please stop it?


I need to protect this company.

Now, how are you doing?

I know this is a hard

time of year for you.

I'm fine.

No. Really.

I need to know, Jenna.

It's only been, what, a month

since you and Andrew broke up?

And I know how excited you were

to meet him and his family

for the holidays.

Oh, no. Everything's great.

I'm happy.

I just want to work.

You know what I think?

I think that it would be good

for you to meet someone new.


No, really.

Be open to new experiences.

And you never know, you might

meet somebody in Colorado.

Oh, boy.

I'm going to go now.

Let that hair down

a little bit, girl.

No, really. Loosen up.

Can't write with my hair down.

It's itchy.

I meant that figuratively

and you know that.

I know.

Loosen up!


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