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Refusing to go Christmas caroling with Louise, Helen, Florence and Harry, George and Tom stay home decorating the tree. This prompts reminiscing about Christmases of the past spent with their fathers.Tom's memory goes back to 1943, where as a child, he wishes he could for once spend Christmas with his parents as opposed to his Aunt Elizabeth and butler James. Unfortunately, Tom's hopes are dashed when he receives $1,200 and the grim news that his parents are going to San Fransisco.
George's memory takes us to 1941, where George's unemployed father desperately seeks work. George is his optimistic self, predicting his cleaning store business and making an I.O.U. of all the things he plans to buy his parents when his ship comes in. Incidentally, George's father doesn't get the job, but has a merry Christmas with George anyway.
When Louise and the gang return from caroling, they find Tom & George asleep on the sofa, observing they'll "never know the real meaning of Christmas".
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