Call Me Mrs. Miracle


Back to the WN YJ News

for an update on the weather

and how it may affect retailers

this season.

The high today

is a crisp 32 degrees

with temperatures falling

to the low teens by tonight.

But our Weather Center predicts

that no snow is expected in the city.

It looks like this season

is gonna be a disappointment,

not only for those hoping

for a white Christmas,

but also

for retailers everywhere

as families cut back

on nonessential items such as toys.

The one bright spot

is this year's must-have toy.

Intellytron, the talking robot,

is breaking sales records

all over the country.

Not since Tickle Me Elmo have

we seen a toy fly off shelves

as quickly as this.


Now we'll check back

with our man on the street.


And perfect.

How's your cereal?

Would you

rather have French toast

or eggs or something more fitting for

the most important meal of the day?

No, thank you.

Dad and I always eat cereal

for breakfast.


He doesn't let me have Megapuffs.


He says the first ingredient

in this cereal is cavity.

Oh. Uh...



Mm-hm. Um...

How about scrambled eggs?

Sound good?

All right.

So I have a good idea.

Tomorrow's Saturday.

Why don't we go visit Santa?

Are you past that?

Aunt Holly, I'm 10.

Right. Sorry.

It's just when your dad

and I were kids,

there was always a present under the

tree that nobody could account for.

Grandma and Grandpa didn't buy it. It

was always just there, waiting for us.

Weird, right?


I need to get to school early,

so I can get some extra help

on my math homework.

Well, I can help you.

My teacher doesn't want you

to "help" me anymore.


Yeah, math has changed so much

since I was your age.


Can we just go?


Aye, aye, captain,

warp speed ahead.

Star Trek?

No? Never mind.

Hang on. Hello?

Hi, Lindy.

Yeah, of course I have time

to get your dry cleaning

and your coffee. Uh-huh.

My dad and I,

we always go ice skating

at Christmas time.

That's a good idea.

Ice skating at Rockefeller Center.

Then we could decorate the tree,

bake cookies and go shopping.

I love Christmas.

Cooking and shopping?

You know I'm a boy, right?

Some of the best chefs

in the world are men.

What I meant was

we could go to a toy store,

and get some ideas

for boy Christmas presents.

I already know what I want,

Intellytron. Can we go look at them?

All right, but you never know

what's gonna be under the tree.

Have a great day.

Don't forget how special you are.



God bless you.

That's strange.

He said he wanted to see me

right away?

Did he say why?

All right, I'll be right there.

Thanks, buddy.

Hey, hold up.

Hey, can you hold up?

# Dashing through the snow

On a one-horse open sleigh #

# O'er the hills we go #

Hi, can I get a tall nonfat latte

with extra whipped cream, please?


Okay. I know, nonfat, whipped

cream? You must think that's odd.


It's for my boss.

She hired me

to be the marketing manager.

Now she treats me

like I'm her assistant. Here you go.

# Jingle bells, jingle bells #


It's empty. You're all out of bucks.


Uh... Okay. I have cash.

Um... Hang on.

Here, let me get it.

No, it's okay. I have it.

It's fine. Don't worry about it.

Look, just let the cute guy

buy the coffee.

I have to get to work.

I actually am a personal assistant.


Thank you.

Thank you.

Oh, you're welcome.

I'll buy yours tomorrow.


If you decide to come tomorrow.

If not, I'll wait for another time.

Not wait like I'm stalking you.

I mean wait like a normal person,

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