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Santa, you smell like tinkle.
I’m a bit confused as to how to feel at this point, but luckily, the music is there to guide me into feelings of wistfulness for simpler times. Christy walks by a souvenir shop and shines a flashlight inside. There appears to be a postcard that looks almost exactly like a photo Danny took of the Brooklyn Bridge. Amazing! Because there is only one souvenir shop in “NYC” and only one picture ever taken of the Brooklyn Bridge! Plot contrivance, thy name is Hallmark.
Catherine’s best friend buys a tree from Christy and Officer Tough Voice offers to help her with it. Christy tells Officer Tough Voice that he came upon a souvenir shop with a pic of the Brooklyn Bridge – just like Danny’s. That’s really worth checking into by the NYPD. Officer Tough Voice says they’re doing everything they can. Uh huh. Tate Donovan pretends to act cold by rubbing his hands together, although he is visibly sweating from the 80-degree heat in L.A. Acting!
I guess it’s yet another night in “NYC.” Shouldn’t it be June by now? Whatever. At Catherine’s office, Boss Man asks about where the “Silver Bells” are. I guess they want the people of the city to guess where they are as part of the “Look Up” campaign. Boss Man leaves to go see The Nutcracker or something. Later, there’s a knock on the door. Catherine opens it with a security card and a key, and Danny enters. Wow, I can’t believe its Danny! I never would have expected him! Well, not if this were a real movie.
Catherine hands him a check for the “Silver Bells” photo. She wants to know where they are, but Danny won’t tell her. She praises him on his photos, which, to be fair, are amateur at best. You can tell Danny’s hit on hard times because the makeup crew has made him all pale, and his hair is disheveled.
I’m going for the natural look. By not eating and not washing myself. And sleeping under a bridge.
Danny wants to use the office at night to study for his GED, and he asks Catherine to hook him up with his sister. It’s later (I guess) because Scroogey McBoss’s Son pulls up to the office in a car and sees the lights on in the office. Uh oh. Danny has fallen asleep studying for his GED. What – he doesn’t have enough time to sleep during his day job as a homeless person? The piano music becomes 1% more sinister as Danny hears Boss’s Son enter and scrambles to get away. But he left the computer on! Shit will go down later, I’m sure. Not good shit, but shit nonetheless.
And now it’s yet another morning, as Catherine walks down the street. It’s snowing totally not fake snow on the totally real city of New York. Catherine gives Christy some coffee. They introduce themselves for the first time, and Catherine mentions her husband. I guess he died 3 years ago. Almost to the day. Wow, I didn’t see that one coming. Except I did. Christy says he lost his wife to cancer 4 years ago. Everyone who’s already dead in a Hallmark movie has died of terminal illness. Catherine says that she and Best Friend are taking Best Friend’s daughter ice-skating. Does Bridget want to come? Hell yes! Danny is apparently sleeping in that castle I mentioned earlier, as the caretaker asks him to be careful about the windows or something. I’m beyond paying complete attention at this point.