Stage. Jessica talks to a few screaming fans. Jessica introduces Nick, and he comes out doing patter. They're so Sonny and Cher. Jessica voice-overs how she loves singing with Nick, and Nick put together a rendition of "O Holy Night" that they've been singing on this "tour." As they sing the pinchy, awkward harmonies, we get a montage of touring. Van. Car. Backstage. Wrestling around. Other performances. The song ends. Nick carries her off. Commercials.
Day. New York. Studio. Jessica is doing a series of on-air bits for different shows with Celebrity Stylist Philip Bloch, talking about It-List gifts for the holidays! I can't believe I just wrote that sentence. Meanwhile, Nick is going to a children's hospital. (Ha.) Tons of kids are around, and Nick arrives and signs photos. Some adult tells a kid to ask if he can take a picture with Nick, and the kids says, "No." Hee. Some cute, tiny kid in a wheelchair says, "Nice to meet you." A kid dances for Nick.
Studio. Bloch talks about Jessica's nose; then a PA comes up and says the producer has requested Jessica only in the next shot. Bloch is totally insulted. "Well that's a fine how-do-you-do," he says, getting up.
Nick tries to sing some songs. He's going to sing "Rudolph," but some kid keeps heckling him, yelling for "Beyonce." Nick tries to spin it that the kid just wanted him to sing Beyonce's songs, but clearly he just wanted Nick to get the hell out of there. Some girl says she'll baby-sit for Nick and Jessica when they have kids. No, that will be Nick's job.
Studio. Some woman calls in and asks Bloch what would be the best gift for "his wife." He lets Jessica take it, and she says an HDTV is a great gift. Then Bloch whispers to Jessica, "Did that woman really think I'd have a wife?" Hee.
Plane landing. Back in L.A. House. Jessica eats cookies, excited to be back. They head to North Hollywood to a studio to record "Take My Breath Away." Nick jokes that he should have worn his flight suit today -- in keeping with the Top Gun theme of the song. The producer gives a pity laugh.