PLOT: In the sequel to The Gibson Family Christmas, Dolores has died from ovarian cancer and Arthur remarried to Tara Abbott and they are now parents of two-year-old twins, Sarah and Joseph(eleventh and twelfth to Arthur). Ben and Melanie have gotten engaged. Candice and Darren have married and are expecting their first child. Sean was arrested, after his divorce from Nora, who has had her son, is now married to Jason Morris and also expecting her second child(her first with Jason, who adopted Nora's son to be his son). Sam is dating one of high school classmates. Wayne, Leslie and Ethan joined Arthur's family business, working for him. Evelyn and Christian are parents of two-year-old Amber and are expecting a second. Megan(who survived the car accident in the first film)and Gary have reconciled and are expecting twins. Kristen and Greg have had another child and are expecting a third. Clarence is married and has a kid on the way as well., and so has Simon. Brittany now works with Ben at a grocery store as a fellow cashier. Arthur's soon-to-be in-laws, Arnold and Sylvia Abbott and Arthur's father, William come along for the holidays.
COMPARISON PITCH: Nothing Like the Holidays meets Love Actually meets The Santa Clause meets Just Friends meets Jingle All The Way
NOTE: Written, produced, directed by and starring Kyle Cooke, marking his fourth time directing.
RATING: TV-MA-LSV (Mature Audiences Only) for language, sexuality, and violence
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