Surviving Christmas (2004) (part 2 of 7)
The next day, Drew instructs his assistant to buy a Cartier bracelet for Missy, and he then retires to his office to pore through his rolodex. He calls a friend of his, and we see what kind of dude Drew really is; the type who feels the need to bond with his buds via the overuse of nicknames.
After trying to score an invite to his buddy’s holiday plans and failing, we then watch as “The Drew-inator” goes through his entire contact list, trying to impose himself on anyone, all with no success.
This is… a load of crap. He gets dumped, and suddenly we’re to believe he’s been hit with a wave of holiday sentimentality? Less than twelve hours ago, Christmas was an inconvenience, now he’s desperate for home, hearth, and hugs? I ain’t buying it. He must have a deep-seated emotional flaw, something akin to bipolar disorder, only involving Christmas. Maybe he’s been diagnosed as North Pole-ar.