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

Kevin Jenner,

travel writer extraordinaire.


Do you seriously answer

your phone like that?

Meg, is that you?

Yes, it's me.

Can't you just

add me to your contacts

so you don't have to ask

every time I call?

I don't add anyone

to my contacts,

it makes answering my phone

more thrilling.

Hey, I got an important day

at work today.

Can we, uh, can we talk later?

No, I have to talk to you.

Do you love me?

Do I love you? Yes, I love you.

You're my favourite sister.

I'm your only sister.

Hey, Meg, what's up?

Do you need a kidney

or something?

What? No.

I want you to come home

for Christmas.

Kevin? Did you hear

what I just said?

Yes. You know I can't do that.

I'm going to Aspen on

a luxury Christmas piece.

It's a big one.

I thought your boss hadn't

assigned who was going yet.

She's choosing me.

If I ever get to work.

She's picking today.

But you haven't been

home for Christmas since

Mom misses you.

Are you sure everything's okay?

Meg, work has been hectic.

All right? I'll be there

next year, I promise.

I'll see you in the new year.

I love you.

Tell Mom I say hi.

Good morning, writers.

Good morning.

How's everybody doing?

Good morning.

Nice to you see you.

You all look very dapper

and beautiful.

I like the red, very holiday.

All right. As you all see

we are in mid-December

and our holiday content

is in full swing.

Epiphany has never looked

more festive. Look at it.

I am very proud of the hard work

that each and every one of you

has put in this last year.

You've done a great job.

Thank you.

However, Epiphany's traffic

has gone down about 20%

since last December.

Yeah. I mean,

it's like competition in the

online magazine world is fierce,

I could hardly keep up.

Let me guess. Another

pregnant woman needed saving

on the way to work this morning?

Uh, no, no, no.

It was, um

Litter of kittens.

Very sad.

As I was saying, Epiphany's

readership has taken a turn.


they don't want any more of that

New Age hipster holiday fluff.

They want stories of hope,

they want stories of redemption,

they need the proof

that the Christmas magic still

exists out there somewhere.

So it's really important,

really important,

for each and every one of us

to start finding stories

that speak to

the heart of the season.

And I hate to have to say this

but our jobs depend on it.

Um, ho-how do our jobs

depend on it?

Are you saying

there's going to be cuts?

Likely in the new year.

Unless we all get

a Christmas miracle.

And I hate to have to

break this on you guys

right before the holiday

but unfortunately

that's just the way it is.

So, any other questions?

Have you decided who's getting

the Christmas Aspen piece?

Yes, it's going to be you.

You're picking him?

Yeah. And you too.


Excuse me?

What do Wait. What do you mean

that we're both going?

We have two completely different

writing styles.

Yeah, that's right.

One is interesting and fun.

It's clean and professional

versus messy and disorganized.

One is boring and bland.

Boring and bland? Really?

I've been here

Oh, come on.

Will both of you please stop it?

Stop it!

I said stop before I

Or do I need to

send both of you to detention?

I mean, these are tough times

in journalism.

Our readers, they need to be

part of a story

that puts them in

the Christmas spirit

so they can remember what

Christmas is truly about.

Which is what exactly again?

You know, that is for

you two to figure out.

All I know is that our readers

should be so enchanted

that they are rushing to

plan their own Aspen Christmas.

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