Glee (2009–2015): Season 2, Episode 10 - A Very Glee Christmas - full transcript

Finn tries to bring a little holiday cheer to McKinley High, and Artie discovers that Brittany still believes in Santa. Meanwhile, the teachers pick their Secret Santas, and one manipulative coach rigs the gift-giving in her favor.

Here's what you missed on Glee.
Kurt's trying to get used to another school...

and Will's trying to get used to the fact...

that Emma went to Vegas with her boyfriend
and came home married.

- I'm happy for you.
- Brittany thinks Artie's the best boyfriend ever.

- You're magic, Brittany.
- Which is what Rachel used to think about Finn.

Then she learned this secret about him
and Santana, which made her super mad.

- Do you think she's prettier than me?
- Don't answer that.

- So she made out with Puck, which made
Finn super mad- - I'm done with you!

Because his girlfriends
are always making out with Puck.

Boyfriend troubles. I got that covered.

Considering I'm usually the cause of them,
I'd say I'm an expert.

It's like a thing.
And that's what you missed on Glee.

- Hey, Will.
- Hey.

Are we okay?

We haven't really talked
since I told you about me and Carl.

I mean, we haven't talked at all.

- Are you avoiding me?
- Not at all.

What are you doing for Christmas this year?

Just a little quiet time alone this year.

Will, you can't spend Christmas by yourself.
That's horrible.

Look, um, Carl and I are having
a big Christmas Eve party.

- Please at least stop by.
- Well, thanks, Emma.

That's very sweet of you guys, but...

I-I think it's best if we just
keep things separate for a while.

Yeah. Okay.

Okay, educators, gather round.
It's time to pick your Secret Santa.

Everybody's name is in the tub.

You get who you get,
and you don't get upset, all right?


Last year, I left my stocking up
over Christmas vacation...

and an entire family of mice
started living in it.

Their Christmas gift
to each other was rabies.

I told my parents that I only want
one thing for Christmas this year-

stop friend-requesting me on Facebook.

What are you asking Santa for?

- I'm sorry?
- Artie...

the roads to the North Pole
are getting treacherous.

You need to write your letter to Santa
really fast and get it in the mail today.

And remember, even the smallest envelope
is heavy for an elf.

No way.

# We're on the Island of Misfit Toys #

# Here we don't wanna stay #

- # We wanna travel with Santa
Claus # - ##

# In his magic sleigh #

# A pack full of toys
means a sack full of joys #

# For millions of girls
and for millions of boys #

# When Christmas Day is here #

# The most wonderful day of the year #

# A jack-in-the-box
waits for children to shout #

# Wake up
Don't you know that it's time to come out? #

# When Christmas Day is here #

# The most wonderful day of the year #

# Toys galore #

# Scattered on the floor #

# There's no room for more #

# And it's all because of Santa Claus #

# A scooter for Jimmy #

# A dolly for Sue #

# The kind that will even say #

# How do you do? #

# When Christmas Day is here #

# The most wonderful day of the year #

How would you like to be a spotted elephant?

Or a choo-choo
with square wheels on your caboose?

Or a water pistol that shoots... jelly?

We're all misfits!

# If we're on the Island of Unwanted Toys #

# We'll miss all the fun
with the girls and the boys #

# When Christmas Day is here #

# The most wonderful, wonderful #

# Wonderful, wonderful #

# Wonderful day of the year ##

Hey, guys. What's this?

We're trying to get
into the Christmas spirit, Mr. Schue.

Christmas is totally my favorite holiday.
And check out this awesome tree.

I found it on the side of the road.

- It must have fell off some guy's car.
- Any ornaments?

The guy who lives next door
finally killed off his elderly mother.

When they carted him off,
they left the house wide open.

- I think she was a holiday hoarder.
- Uh- And the presents?

I lifted them from a display at the mall.
But don't worry. They're empty.

Guys, I appreciate the effort, but this isn't
what Christmas is supposed to be like.

For us it is.
This tree is like a mascot for Glee Club.

We won sectionals two years in a row...

and according to everyone at this school,
we still suck.

- Ho, ho, ho, losers!
- Ha-ha!

I'm pretty sure they just added food coloring
to real slush from the parking lot.

- You can eat that, you know.
- No.

I am not gonna let you guys
throw yourselves a pity party.

Look, I'm the first one to say...

that things haven't turned out exactly
how I would have liked them to this year.

But Christmas is all about being grateful
for the things that did.

- I thought that was Thanksgiving.
- And this year...

Glee Club is gonna lend a hand...

to the McKinney-Vento Homeless Children
and Youth Program right here in Lima.

- How are we gonna do that?
- The only way we know how.

By singing about it.

We're gonna go classroom to classroom,
caroling, to raise money for McKinney-Vento.

Wait. Classrooms in this school
with students in them?

Well, if there are no students in them...

there will be no one to put money
in the collection box while we sing.

- We're gonna be killed.
- No, guys, it's Christmas, a time for miracles.

We gotta try this.

Finn's right.

So let's start rehearsing.

This year, Glee Club's going full Santa.

# Haul out the holly #

# Put up the tree
before my spirit falls again #

# Fill up the stocking #

# I may be rushing things,
but deck the halls again #

- # Now #
- You suck!

- Who goes caroling with a band?
- I'd seriously rather be learning.

# For we need a little Christmas #

- You're making me hate Christmas!
- # Right this very minute #

# Candles in the window #

- Yeah, that's right. Leave!
- Go, go, go!

- I hate you!
- Go, go, go!

I can't believe that that teacher
let those students speak to us like that.

- I can't believe she threw her shoe at us.
- I guess we're done caroling.

No, we're not.

Guys, we can't let what just happened
ruin our Christmas spirit.

Mr. Schue got us this beautiful tree
to inspire us.

We're gonna practice now
and gear up for round two tomorrow.

Pretty soon, no one will bully us.

Santa Claus can do anything...

and this year I asked for the Glee Club
to stop getting picked on.

- She's kidding, right?
- Guys, this is serious. Listen up.

Brittany still believes in Santa Claus.

- You cannot be serious. - Last week,
Brittany believed a comb had magic powers.

- This is kind of a pattern.
- She's gonna find out sooner or later.

Would you mind meeting me
at the auditorium tomorrow at 4:00?

- Sure. - Okay.
Somebody needs to break the news to her.

Don't look at me.
I'm cruel and all, but that's just hard-core.

Right? That's my point. Hear me out.

Remember when you were a kid,
how excited you would get...

when you would think about Santa Claus,
how awesome it was?

Christmas was the highlight of the year.

Why wouldn't you wanna keep someone's world
magical for a little while longer?

- How?
- I've got it all figured out.

- ##
- Can I be honest?

I don't understand the difference
between an elf and a slave.


I'm not sitting on that guy's lap.

Santas' laps are always really warm,
and it's creepy.

We all have to sit on Santa's lap.

If Brittany sees that we all still believe...

it'll make her strong enough to withstand
all the Santa naysayers in the world.

Which is everyone over the age of six.

I'm pretty sure this isn't gonna work.
That guy doesn't even look like Santa.

Trust me.
All Brittany's gonna see is the suit.

She wants to believe in him.

Mercedes, get up there.

Go, Mercedes. Go, Mercedes. Go.

I've been a very good girl, Santa.

I want a pony and a doll
that laughs and cries and-

One of us smells like McDonald's.

I would like Puckerman to love me.
He's a fox.

I would also like sweet potato fries.

I want bling.
I can't be any more specific than that.

Okay, wait. Hold up. Please tell me
that is a roll of Certs in your pocket.

- Do you have anything for stretch marks?
- ChapStick. Lots of ChapStick.

I want Channing Tatum to stop being in stuff.

When does Asian Santa arrive?


Just know, you have rights.

Ho, ho, ho.

- What's your name?
- Brittany.

You've gotten really tan.

That's because at the North Pole,
there's a hole in the ozone.

You're amazing.

I know you're really busy,
so I only want one thing for Christmas.

Do you see my boyfriend over there?

For Christmas, I want him to be able to walk.

You can do that, can't you, Santa?


- I'm on it.
- Thank you so much, Santa.

Now we're screwed.

Now, remember,
it has to be lush and romantic.


Because I'm very specific when I give a gift.

You don't know how many kittens I've given
away because they haven't been just right.

So, do you like my winter wonderland?

Well, I don't really like
artificial Christmas trees.

I like real ones. They smell amazing.
That's kind of the whole point.



merry Christmas.

Being a Jew,
I generally don't give Christmas gifts...

but considering how much you care about
the holiday, I figured I'd make an exception.

Just read it. It's a note.

"The bearer of this note is entitled
to one song of Rachel Berry's choosing...

sung to him or her with love."

At least it's not a kitten.

- Come sit.
- I don't think so.

I know what you're trying to do,
and it's not gonna work.

- Not letting me apologize isn't fair.
- I've let you apologize plenty.

And I know that Christmas
is supposed to be about forgiveness, but...

I'm not ready to forgive you,
so please, stop trying to make me.

Should we, like, leave?


Whether it's a heart attack
or a heartbreak...

just like on Broadway,
the... show must go on.

Besides, the A.V. Club
worked so hard on the snow.

# Greeting cards have all been sent #

# The Christmas rush is through #

# But I still have one wish to make #

# A special one for you #

# Merry Christmas, darling #

# We're apart, that's true #

# But I can dream and in my dreams #

# I'm Christmasing with you #

# Holidays are joyful #

# There's always something new #

# But every day's a holiday #

# When I'm near to you #

# Oh, the lights on my tree #

# I wish you could see #

- # I wish it every day #
- # Ah, ah, ah #

# The logs on the fire #

# Fill me with desire #

# To see you and to say #

# That I wish you merry Christmas #

# Merry Christmas, darling #

# Happy New Year too #

- # I've just one wish on this Christmas Eve #
- ##

# On this Christmas Eve #

# I wish I were with you #

# I wish I were #

# With #

# You #

# Merry Christmas
Merry Christmas #

# Merry Christmas #

# Merry Christmas #

# Darling #

# Darling ##

- Hey.
- You scared me.

Good, because I'm actually Marley's ghost...

and I'm here to tell you
to stop studying so hard.

What's with the boom box?

I need you to sing with me.
Well, rehearse with me.

I got a gig singing
"Baby, It's Cold Outside"...

in the Kings Island Christmas Spectacular.

Ah, a personal favorite.
Too bad they'd never let us sing it together.

I mean, as two artists.

Hmm. So, you gonna help me out here?

Anything to get me to stop reading
about Charlemagne.

Very good then.

- # I really can't stay #
- # But, baby, it's cold outside #

- # I've got to go away #
- # But, baby, it's cold outside #

- # This evening has been #
- # Been hoping that you'd drop in #

# So very nice #

# I'll hold your hands
They're just like ice #

# My mother will start to worry #

# Beautiful, what's your hurry? #

# My father will be pacing the floor #

# Listen to the fireplace roar #

# So really I'd better scurry #

# Beautiful
Please don't hurry #

# But maybe just half a drink more #

# Put some records on while I pour #

- # The neighbors might faint #
- # Baby, it's bad out there #

- # Say, what's in this drink #
- # No cabs to be had out there #

- # I wish I knew how #
- # Your eyes are like starlight now #

# To break this spell #

# I'll take your hat
Your hair looks swell #

# I ought to say
No, no, no, sir #

# Mind if I move in closer? #

# At least I'm gonna say that I tried #

# What's the sense in hurtin' my pride? #

- # I really can't stay #
- # Baby, don't hold out #

- # Baby, it's cold outside #
- # Oh, but it's cold outside #

- # I've gotta get home #
- # But, baby, you'd freeze out there #

- # Say, lend me your coat #
- # It's up to your knees out there #

- # You've really been grand #
- # I thrill when you touch my hand #

# But don't you see? #

# How can you do this thing to me? #

# There's bound to be talk tomorrow #

# Think of my lifelong sorrow #

# At least there will be plenty implied #

# If you got pneumonia and died #

- # I really can't stay #
- # Get over that holdout #

- # Oh, baby #
- # Oh, but it's cold #

# Outside ##

- I think you're ready.

Well, for the record...

you are much better
than that girl's gonna be.


Mr. Schuester.

Oh, good to see you, Kurt.

Someone special?

No, he's just a friend.

But on the upside, I'm in love with him,
and he's actually gay.

I call that progress.

How you doing?

Classes are harder, but the kids are kinder.

But I miss you guys a lot though.
What brings you here?

Are you looking for teaching at a place where
pencils aren't primarily used as weapons?

Actually, I need some holiday help.

I don't know if you know this,
but I am really bad at Christmas shopping.

Oh, honey, just what I wanted. Jumper cables.

This year I drew Sue
in the office pool Secret Santa.

And I tell ya,
I can't think of anything good.

And you are so great at shopping,
I thought I'd-

I have the perfect idea.

I think I can tell who wrapped that.

- Who's it for?
- Oh. Sue.

I drew her as my Secret Santa.

Wait a minute. That's not possible.
Sue's my Secret Santa.

No, Sue's my Secret Santa.

I'm everybody's Secret Santa.

Yeah, you can just drop those wherever.

- You rigged Secret Santa?
- How? It was my idea.

You're not the only person at this school
who consumes protein powder by the tubful.

Remember when I told you
I was taking all those science textbooks...

to an exorcist?

Well, that's what we call a diversion.

You filled your tub with your name only.

You're a regular Agatha Christie,
except even more sexless.

See, people, I hate Christmas,
but I love presents.

Look at this. It's a track suit,
with a fur-lined hood, for the winter months.

- Thanks, fella.
- That was Kurt's idea.

Ah, ah, ah, William.
These gifts are legally mine.

You may or not be aware of this...

but I'm an honorary officer
of the Lima Police Department.

And if you take my property
out of my office...

I will pick up that phone
and have you arrested for theft.

We are not gonna let you steal Christmas.

- You're not gonna get away with this.
- I think I already have.

William, Elmo, you,
get the hell out of my office.

I just gotta say,
this is a really expensive blender.

It's top-of-the-line.

- At ease, Becky.

I'm gonna stop you right there.

- Why are you wearing that hat?
- Because it's Christmas and it's fun.

No, it's offensive.
You're wearing a Santa Claus hat.

Yet you're handing me no gifts. I need gifts.

- You want my hat?
- It's a start.

Coach, we've got a problem.

Thanks, guys.
Those go under the tree in the choir room.

Plop it down there. Thank you.

Can you believe it?
Six different people got Sue a Shake Weight.

Becky, go into the glove box of my Le Car
and bring me my tear gas.

Then get me Gloria Allred.

Merry Christmas, Sue.

As you can see, we're repo'ing your gifts.

Most can't be returned
since you inexplicably opened all of them.

And I licked each one
so no one would touch them.

So the staff has agreed to donate them
to the homeless kids at McKinney-Vento.

What is your problem anyway?

Were you one of those kids
who never got presents at Christmas?

Yes, Dr. Laura, as a matter of fact, I was,
and I'm making up for it now.

- Face it, Sue. We won.
- This will not stand.

I have legal rights to those gifts.

You know what, Sue? You don't.
I checked with Human Resources.

And because you misrepresented yourself...

it is within our legal right
to take back these gifts.

Ho, ho, ho.

You know what you are, Sue? You're a grinch.

Are you guys punking me? I thought we
were cool after you sang me that song.

- This is serious, Coach.
- Remember when you were a kid...

the way you felt when you came downstairs
on Christmas morning...

and seeing that Santa had come?

I do love Santa Claus.

One year I asked him
for a full set of free weights.

Kept asking my dad, "How did Santa get
those 75-pound dumbbells down the chimney?"

Should've suspected something when Dad
was in traction until the end of January.

- You've got the perfect Santa body type.
- Watch it, Puckerman.

We rented the suit.
All you need to do is put it on.

Just tell her that you can't give her
the gift of me walking this year.

That seems so harsh
and not at all like Santa.

She asked Santa for the impossible-
me walking again.

If Christmas morning comes around
and I'm not dancing in Glee Club rehearsal...

with no personal explanation from her idol...

she's gonna lose faith in old St. Nick,
and we can't have that.

Tell her the elves are working on it.

Elves have awesome cord blood
for stem cell research...

but these advances are a few years away.

- Okay.
- Great.

- Then we need you to break into her house.
- What? N-No way.

The back door will be open.
I talked to her parents.

They really want her to believe too.

Look, Coach.
The janitor staff got you hideous gloves.

Give me those.

They'll come in handy. No fingerprints.

Suit up, Becky.

I don't understand
why we have to dress up, Coach.

Well, this way, if anyone sees us...

we'll have plausible deniability.

You are a rein-dog.

Trust me. They're real.

- How am I looking?
- Fantastic, Coach.

You know, Becky,
my mastery of camouflage is the only thing...

that kept me from being court-martialed
after that My Lai misunderstanding.

Copy that.

Now, let's go get what is rightfully mine.

Schuester thinks I'm a grinch.
That's exactly what he's gonna get.

# You're a mean one #

# Sue the grinch #

# You really are a heel #

# You're as cuddly as a cactus #

# You're as charming as an eel #

# Sue the grinch #

# You're a bad banana with a #

# A greasy black peel #

# You're a monster #

# Sue the grinch #

# Your heart's an empty hole #

# Your brain is full of spiders #

# You've got garlic in your soul #

# Sue the grinch #

# I wouldn't touch you #

# With a 39-and-a-half foot pole #

# You're a foul one #

# Sue the grinch #

# You're a nasty, wasty skunk #

# Your heart is full of unwashed socks #

# Your soul is full of gunk #

# Sue the grinch ##

Becky, load it up.


Why, Brittany, what are you doing here?

I'm bringing a gift to put under the tree
for the homeless kids.

It's a dollhouse.
At least their dolls won't be homeless.

What are you doing, Santa?

Well, you see, Brittany, uh,
one of the lights on the tree isn't working.

So I'm bringing it back home
to my workshop...

and I'll fix it up there,
and I'll bring it back here.


Shuffle on home.

- ##
- They took everything.

Including of all Sue's Secret Santa gifts
we were gonna give to the homeless kids.

Only further proof that everyone in this
school hates us no matter what we do.

It's not the school. It's Sue.

- She did this.
- It wasn't Sue. It was Santa.

A light was out in the tree. He'd fix
everything. We need to let him do his thing.


Are you sure Santa was a boy
and not a girl, Brittany?

I swear on my life.
Santa's a boy. Everybody knows that.

It was probably
one of the boys on the football team.

I guess it wasn't Sue.

So our tree is gone.
So our presents are missing.

Santa's probably fixing
any dents or chips as we speak.

All around the world today...

way worse things have happened
to people than this.

Sorry, but I'm not gonna
let this get us down.

- 'Tis the season.
- I agree.

Come on, guys. Let's clean this up.

Come on.

Finn. You and I are the leaders of this club.

We need to fix this.

We have to put everything
that's happened behind us...

and save Christmas for the Glee Club.

I wanna make this right.

You smell kind of funny.

Oh. I, um-

I put this on for the car ride over.

I know how much you love
the smell of Christmas pine...

but I guess I don't really need it
now that we have the real thing, so-

It's so cold out. It's cuddle weather.

It's unseasonably warm actually
for this time of year, but, uh-

I just- I really wanted
to come here with you.

The Christmas tree is
the foundation of Christmas.

It's the hearth of the Christmas home.

Without it, there wouldn't be anywhere to
hang the ornaments or put the presents under.

Yeah. Whenever we put the tree up,
I always knew Christmas was really here.

This thing's too small, but, uh-

- I love this song.

It's my favorite Christmas song. It's Wham!

Yeah. Yeah. Cool.


I'm gonna look down this row of Fraser first.

Maybe you could check out the Douglases,
and I'll meet you at the end.



# Last Christmas I gave you my heart #

# But the very next day you gave it away #

# This year, to save me from tears #

# I'll give it to someone special #

# Once bitten and twice shy #

# I keep my distance
But you still catch my eye #

- # Tell me, baby, do you recognize me #
- # Oh-oh #

# Well, it's been a year
It doesn't surprise me #

Happy Christmas.

# I wrapped it up and sent it #

# With a note saying I love you
I meant it #

# Now I know what a fool I've been #

# But if you kissed me now
I know you'd fool me again #

# Last Christmas I gave you my heart #

- # And the very next day you gave it away #
- # Gave it away #

# This year, to save me from tears #

- # I'll give it to someone special #
- # Oh, oh #

- # Last Christmas I gave you my heart #
- # Oh, oh #

- # But the very next day #
- # You gave me away #

- # This year, to save me from tears #
- # Oh #

- # I'll give it to someone special #
- # I'll give it to someone #

# Special ##

Last year for Christmas,
I asked Santa to give me you.

- It's not last year anymore.
- It's Christmas, Finn.

- It's time for you to forgive me.
- No, I can't.

Okay? This is wrong.
I shouldn't have brought you here.

You messed me up, Rachel.

Can't you see
how screwed up I am about this?

I've had two girlfriends,
and both of them have cheated on me.

Maybe you can ask Santa again
for me next year.

I'm officially breaking up with you.

- This was my dad's.

- This was my dad's.

He'd want you to do it- for those kids.

This was my uncle's.

It's the first thing I ever stole actually.

- I'm gonna look terrible.
- Shut up.

With your bone structure, you could rock
the Rosemary's Baby look and still look good.

I'm gonna look like Jackie Chan.

If Barbra can pull off a bob, so can I.

Enough yapping. Let's do this.

Whoa! What are you guys doing?

We're going all "Gift of the Magi"
to raise money...

to buy homeless kids those school supplies.

The guys are gonna sell their watches,
and the girls are gonna sell off their hair.

- You can't do that. - No, it's cool.
Most of this isn't mine anyway.

I mean, that's not the answer. There are
other ways to raise money at Christmastime.

No, but we tried caroling,
and it didn't work.

Wait. I thought you and Finn
were getting us a new tree.

We went,
but Finn bailed before we could get one.

Nice Christmas spirit, Finn.

Wait. Guys, no more fighting.

Have any of you
ever actually read "Gift of the Magi"?

None of you?

You don't have to read "Gift of the Magi."
Everybody knows what it's about.

Well, if you actually read it,
you'd know what it's about.

Yeah, I know what it's about-
life freaking sucks.

Actually, you're right.

The first Christmas you remember having
is the greatest day of your life.

Your family's all together.
There are loads of presents, cookies.

The magic is alive and well.

But before you know it, you grow up.

Work and school and girlfriends take over...

and Christmas becomes more of an obligation.

A reminder of what's lost
instead of what's possible.

And all the trees and the presents
and even the mistletoe can't change that.

And then when you get to my age...

you're so desperate to get that magic back...

you'd do anything to be able
to feel how you did that first Christmas.

So, what should we do?

Put your scissors down.
Put your watches back on.

We're gonna go out and find some people
who really need some Christmas spirit.

And we are gonna sing for them.

Get a good night's rest, Ken.
You're gonna need it.

Barbie took the early flight from Tampa.


But it's too early.

Well, you know what they say.

Early's late if you make tomorrow yesterday.


You know, Brittany...

I was in the neighborhood doing a dry run.

I have so many houses to visit
on Christmas Eve...

I gotta make sure it goes off
without a hitch.

How about you come sit with old Santy?

How about you sit next to Santy instead?

Santy's just a little stinky.

He needs a good ol' sponge bath
from Mrs. Claus.

Brittany, do you remember
what you asked me for for Christmas?

Yeah. I asked for Artie to be able to walk.

Is there anything else that you want?
Like anything?


Well, see, Santa's trying his best,
but that one's a little hard.

But you're magic.

Sometimes what Santa wants to give
a good girl like you is patience.

Because, believe it or not, there are
even some things that he can't manage.

You know, there was a girl,
a little younger than you...

and she was a little husky.

She was always asking Santy
for the same thing-

to make her look more like the other girls.

She wasn't asking to be pretty or nothing.

But she just didn't wanna stick out so much.

Santa just couldn't do it.

So instead Santa gave her patience.

And later on, that girl was glad...

that Santy didn't give her
what she'd asked him for.

She- She put being husky to good use.

Was her name Ricki Lake?

The point is...

I don't think I'm gonna be able to give you
what you're asking for...

even though I'd like to.

- But, Santa-
- I'm sorry, punkin.

It's- It's just not gonna happen.

Aren't you gonna go up the chimney?

On- On dry runs, Santy uses the Isuzu.

- What's going on?
- I think I've lost the Christmas spirit.

It's Santa. I don't know if I can tell you.

I used to believe
that Santa could do anything.

If Santa isn't magical,
I don't even know if I wanna believe anymore.

It isn't fair that you can't walk, Artie.
I feel so terrible.


Look at me. I'm fine.

Hey, guys.
We need you in the teachers' lounge.

Mr. Schue.

Brittany's not feeling so good. Santa thing.

If you don't mind, I think I'm gonna
take her home, make sure she's okay.

Good idea. We'll make do without you.


Hey. Uh, so we're your students.

All year long you suffer through
dealing with us.

I imagine having some of us
in your classes...

would slowly chip away
at your hopes and dreams...

until the whole world just felt like
a never-ending nightmare of pain.

- Get to the point, Finn.
- Right.

Uh, anyway, we're here today
to help raise money for children...

that have a lot less than we do.

And I know some of us
have had a hard Christmas.

But what we've come to learn
is that no matter how tough things get...

there isn't anything that more Santa
or a couple more jingle bells can't cure.

Well, Becky, we did it.

We got all my presents back.

And as satisfying as it is to have been
gifted enough rotisserie ovens...

to roast an entire hobo...

for me the real joy of Christmas...

was breaking the collective heart
of the Glee Club.

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Christmas Day #

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# So long as we have hands to clasp #

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Christmas came anyway, Coach.

It's beautiful.

It is.

So, how much did we raise?

So, how much did we raise?

210 bucks. And that's after my cut.

I'm kidding.

Now that you're divorced
and Miss Pillsbury married another guy...

I guess you'll be spending
Christmas Eve alone.

Yes, Rachel, I am.

Well, I know how painful
being alone can feel.

So if you want, come over to my house.

We're gonna eat Chinese
and watch The Main Event.

Thanks, Rachel. I think I'm gonna pass.

Nothing wrong with being alone.


- Oh, my God!

It's called a ReWalk.
Some guy in Israel invented it.

I can't use it all the time, but-

Check me out.

Where did you get it?

We went home,
and it was sitting under my Christmas tree.

How the hell did you afford that thing?

I didn't buy it. I didn't know what it was.
I thought it was a Transformer.

I assumed her dad got it for me,
but he has no idea where it came from.

He went to take a long poop,
and when he came back, it was there.

So if no one we know bought it for you, then-

Santa brought it.



A real Christmas miracle.

Hey, Will.

- How-How did you get in here?
- I had a key made ages ago.

How do you like your tree?

Uh, it's- it's- it's beautiful.

What's going on?
What's with all the presents?

Well, you remember that old meanie
who stole all that stuff out of the choir room?

Well, she's sorry.


And what made her change her mind?

I don't know. Call it a Christmas miracle,
and we'll leave it at that.

Now, I know a lot of these gifts
are for orphans or something...

but, uh, I got you something special.

It's okay. It's not gonna explode.

I thought you might wanna put
all of us out of our misery...

and shave off that Chia Pet.

Thanks, Sue.

- The tree really does look great.
- Well, Santa had some helpers.

No one should be alone on Christmas Eve,
Mr. Schuester.

Too much talking, lady,
and not enough trimming.

Come on. Let's get some Christmas up in here.

I thought you hated the holidays.

No, I just hate you.

Maybe we should just throw popcorn
on the tree as decoration.

Merry Christmas, Sue.

Merry Christmas, Will.

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