Christmas at Happy Valley isn't going to be so happy for Leo or his forgetful buddy Al. There're the only two residents of the retirement home not leaving to spend the holiday with family or friends. Leo especially is undone over the plans put in motion by his estranged daughter-in-law, Chelsea. In anticipation of his early demise, she has consigned him to the home and taken over his finances. Meanwhile, the activities director cons a church group into performing a Christmas program for the two old gentlemen, but at such late notice, only a handful of teens show up. Joined by Austin, a teen fulfilling his court-assigned community service, they try desperately to perform a nativity play, but unrehearsed and with ill-fitting costumes, their play is a mess. The manger even catches on fire. The only one who's enjoying anything is young William, who looks very much like his late father who was Leo's son. However, with the help of Rosie, a dedicated Christian nurse, Leo and Chelsea find their way back to Christmas. Add a festive with carolers singing a song or two of your own choosing.