Charlie and Mac love their Christmas traditions of putting up decorations last minute and then spending the morning throwing rocks at passing trains. However, for Dennis and Dee Christmas has always been about Frank buying the presents they wanted but for himself — to somehow teach them a lesson about having to earn everything that you get. When this happens again the siblings set out to change Frank in a Christmas Carol-esquire way, while both Charlie and Mac head down memory lane and uncover things about their respective Christmases that never occurred to them before. Although IMDb have this as the season finale of last year, I didn't realise it existed until this Christmas and it seemed like the right time to watch it as otherwise the TV is generally full of heart-warming festive cheer or movies that everyone has already seen twice before they roll up on terrestrial; at least with this show you never have to worry about it being sentimental since you have to have a heart to be sentimental and none of the characters here have any love in them beyond the large amount they feel for themselves. And so it is even at Christmas as we have Frank "Christmas Caroled" — a plan that involves the sight of a completely naked and sweaty Danny Devito crawling from a leather sofa in the middle of a Christmas party, while Mac works out that all his presents had been stolen from other families and Charlie tries to bury the memory that his mother worked as a prostitute in return for her johns dressing as Santa and bring her son presents — so, yeah, not a lot of festive cheer. This special contains the same morally bankrupt humour that fans will know to expect and it easily fills the double episode running time.
List of Christmas television episodes and specials in the United Kingdom
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