spoiler alert: this post makes reference to the September 15 episode on CBC
Well, fellow Corriephiles, it's all kicking off now. There hasn't been so much tension and conflict at Christmas since Roy Cropper left the sixpenny bits out of the plum pudding and Rita sang an x-rated version of 'Frosty the Snowman'. It's like the combination of Christmas and the Apocalypse. I call it: Christmocalypse™
There are three intolerable situations about to explode and it looks like it's all going to happen during that most wonderful time of the year, the season of goodwill to all men, the... (get on with it! - ed).
1. Leanne & Peter & Nick. If Leanne thinks she can keep things together, cover up her sordid 'joinings' in the Joinery with Jolly Saint Nick and prevent the legions of people who already know about her squalid legovers from spilling the beans, she's dreaming (of a White Christmas? - ed).
2. Stape & Fiz & Charlotte. If John Stape thinks he can continue to simultaneously trim Christmas trees with suspicious Fiz and Crazy Charlotte™, then he's living in a winter wonderland of delusion. Unless he can find a way to split the 12 days of Christmas (6 at Charlotte's, 6 at Fiz's? - ed), it's going to be the most unwonderful time of the year for Johnie boy and his Stapean wit.
3. Molly, Tyrone & Kev. If Molly thinks she can get out of the house (seems pretty tough - ed), let alone get out of town without Tyrone discovering the ugly truth, she's kidding herself. Tyrone may be a little naive but he's not the little dumber boy. How long before he finds out that he's been taken for a sleigh ride by Kevin and that Kevin is little Jack's real father (Feliz Navi-Dad? - ed).