You didn't bring me my little baby brother you promised me last year.
[Santa] I'll see what I can do this year.
All right, gentlemen, what do we do now?
[boy 1] Make it snow again!
- [boy 2] Blow the whistle! - All right.
[train whistle toots]
Could you wait on me, please?
In a moment, madam.
I'm sorry, but I'm in a hurry.
I'm afraid this gentleman was here before you.
I know, but I want to buy one.
Well, I have no reason to believe this gentleman's not a potential customer.
[boy] Blow the whistle!
Uh, sorry, son, but the lady seems to have friends in high places.
All right, now, let me tell you about the train.
There's really never been one like it.
This one's been around the world seven times.
Fast, economical, easy to operate--
I'll take one, complete with all attachments and accessories.
You're not letting me earn my salary,
skimpy as it is.
That'll be 79.50 plus tax.
I have it right here.
- Twenty, 40... - It's all there.
Sixty...where would you like us to send it?
Oh, I'll take it with me.
Be glad to send it. It's pretty heavy. It'll get there tomorrow.
No, thank you.
Just put it in a box and it doesn't have to be fancy.
Well, I'm going to rewrap it anyway.
If you give me the claim check, I'll pick it up at call desk.
And thank you very much.
It's a pleasure.
You come back again.
Fischer and Lewis?
Miss Nealy, please. Comparison shopping.
Connie Ennis. I'm in the department.
Hello, Miss Nealy.
I have a report on those 54-gauge nylons for you.
Gimbels, Wanamaker's, and Bloomingdale's
have exactly the same shade and price as our Sun Bronze.
Mm-hmm. Exactly the same.
Yes, I'm at Crowley's now, and I just bought the train.
Well, I was wondering if I could wait till morning
to bring it to you for comparison.
I thought maybe when I was on this floor
I could buy my little boy a suit for Christmas.
It's getting awfully late, and I'm kind of tired,
I'd like to go straight home.
Oh, thanks a lot, Miss Nealy. Bye.
[boy] Good evening, Mrs. Ennis!
Good evening, Mr. Ennis.
Why, you tried to surprise me, huh?
I was watching out the window.
Oh, you were? Oh!
Oh, is it good to see you.
Look. I lost another tooth.
Did you put it under the pillow with the others?
- Yep. - Attaboy.
Can I help with that?
Oh, thank you, darling, but they're pretty heavy.
Are they for me?
Mmm. One of them might be.
The big one?
It's for the store, business.
Then why is it tied up in a red ribbon?
If you buy a garbage can Christmas week, they tie it in red ribbons.
[boy] Aw...ha ha!
Hello, Joey. You and Timmy have a good afternoon?
Dinner's all ready, Mrs. Ennis. All you have to do is heat it up.
Oh, thanks so much, Mary.
- See you tomorrow. - Good night.
- Night, Tim. - Night, Mary.
Sorry I stepped on your toe.
It was only an accident.
Oh, what'd you do all day, Mr. Ennis?
Oh, I played and played with Joey in the park.
Oh, that's good, darling.
What'd you play?
Oh, we threw rocks at girls.
It was all right. We missed them.
What did you do all day, Mrs. Ennis?
Oh, I worked and worked.
Now my feet hurt. Oh...
You're tired, huh, Mom?
I was, but I'm not now,
not once I'm home with my fella.
I'm gonna get you.
Here, let me see where you lost your tooth. Here, come on.
Aw, you're gonna be all right.
I don't have to worry about you.
You know, you're getting to look more like your daddy every day.
Mom, does it hurt much to die?
No, I don't think so, darling.
- [Connie] Bye, Joey. - So long, Joey.
[chuckles] Doesn't he ever say good-bye?
No. He doesn't like to.
Maybe 'cause he lives upstairs.
Oh. Carl called?
Yeah, he called.
He said he'd be over later.
Well, while I add a few elegant touches to our dinner,
how would you like to go wash up, huh?
No arguments now.
Why don't you get out of that hot sweater, put on a nice clean shirt for dinner?
And don't forget anything.
This is what I've been wanting for months.
Timmy, what in the world are you doing--