If you're a Grinch and your heart is 3 sizes too small, this isn't your show.
If, on the other hand, you're looking for a Christmas/Holiday show with sex jokes, nudity, and more tap dancing then you'll really need, then this is your show.
Ben Dela Creme (who directed this catchy, entertaining, pastiche) stars with Jinkx Monsoon (who lend her pipes and her flawless comedic timing as well as her and musical partner Major Scales amazing creations to this heartfelt special.
Is the naked guy at the top of the show more than eye candy? Maybe.
Is he only covered by pixilation? Yes.
Is he the only nearly nude participant? Not even close.
The show does that thing where it teases with visual treats so you'll stick around for the real meat of the evening.
Which is about the dangers of blindness in the face of tradition.
And before you assume the show has a specific bias - it is a show starring two drag performers with gender queer and gender non-conforming people all around - but at it's heart it's about the way we all suffer with expectations and traditions that don't serve us.
And while some folks will say: I love my holiday traditions. I will ask - do they serve everyone in your life and family?
I remember holidays when I was younger. It seemed like people were enjoying themselves.
But I know how many of those folks were drunk for the proceedings. And how later there were protests and promises to never do it again.
This is not the signs of a comfortable tradition. But it isn't Christmas that's being looked at so seriously, but the idea that we can't really judge other people's past or their compensation mechanisms for the pain they harbor.
So you get nudity, sex jokes, and heart.
Not recommended for people who don't want to see adult language, nudity, or their precious egg nog recipe in all its glorious ugliness on display.