Synopsis: Maynard is a beloved local businessman who is mistaken for the legendary Bigfoot during an inebriated romp through town in a makeshift gorilla costume. The sightings set off an ...
Genre: Comedy
Director(s): Seth Henrikson
Production: Wing and a Prayer Pictures
84 min

Now, the snow is falling

It's Christmas time again

For the end of December When

the weather's getting chilly

The little boys and girls

Party willy, willy nilly

But most of all

When snow days fall

They know it's Christmas

Christmas time

When mother's in the

kitchen Stuffing turkey

And little baby sister's

Acting like kinda perky

But most of all

When snow days fall

They know it's Christmas

Christmas time

Snowflakes are falling

Falling all around

May they keep on falling

'Til they cover the ground

You start to get in the

spirit My baby get jiggy

As we trim The

Christmas tree

But most of all

When snowflakes fall

They know it's Christmas

Christmas time

Snowflakes are falling

Falling all around

May they keep on falling

I know it's Christmas

Christmas Christmas

Christmas Time

- No, Samuel, not today.

- Please?

That's $47.50.

Maynard, I know our tab is pretty high,

but is there any way that we could...?

Oh, yeah, of course.

I'm sorry, it's just... as

soon as Bill finds a job...

It's not a problem. I'll

just write it down.

- You sure?

- Yeah.

It's just with the darn mill closing

and it being the holidays and all.

I understand. It's

tough on everybody.

Thank you so much.

Don't worry about it.

Hey, Sam.

Here you go, buddy.

- Thanks, Maynard.

- You bet ya.

Thank you.

You're a good man, May.

What are you gonna do? The

kid wanted a candy bar.

You know what I'm talking about.

Any coffee back there?

Two coffees coming up.

Old cedar and fresh flowers.

Never get tired of

the smell in here.

Afternoon, Bart. What you got?

I got elk steaks.

I got squab.

I got... wild boar.

- Is there anything you can't catch?

- Yeah, a break.

You interested?

You know, Connie loves

these elk steaks.

She'd kill me if I didn't

bring something home.

I was kind of counting on that.

Hi, Parker.

Hello, Bart.

Here you go.

You still making that stuff?

Moonshine will drive you crazy.

The way I look at it,

we live on this tiny little rock that's

flying through the blackness of space

at about, what,

60,000 miles an hour?

And there's only one

damn way to get off it.

If that thought don't make you crazy,

I don't know what the hell will.

I guess you're right. Never

thought of it that way.

That's because you spend most of your

time stuck standing behind this counter.

You need to get out, Maynard,

and breathe some life.

I suppose I do. I suppose I do.

It all goes by in a flash, pal.

I mean, trust me, one day you'll wake up

and go, "Where the hell did it all go?"

For the next time you

wanna get a little crazy.

All right. Thanks.

- So, just the elk steaks?

- That'll do it.

Tell that pretty little wife of

yours she has excellent taste.

Will do.

Old cedar and fresh

flowers, I love it.

Love it!

Hey, Park, you mind

doing me a favor?

Of course. What's up?

You mind closing up tonight,

running to the bank?

What happened, your

house on fire?

I just wanna surprise

Connie, you know?

Go home, grill up these steaks.

A nice bottle of wine.

Some flowers.

Breathe a little life.

Sweet, Maynard.

Yeah, I'll close up.

All right.



Dashing through the snow

In a one horse open sleigh

O'er the fields we go

Laughing all the way

Bells on bob tails ring

Making spirits bright

Hey, honey.

Now don't have a heart attack, but I

decided to cut out a little early.

Wanted to spend a nice,

romantic evening with you.

I hope you're hungry, 'cause I got a

little something special planned for us.

Connie, you here?

No way.

Did she get a puppy?


Connie? What's going on?

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