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As Santa prepares to name his successor, Candy readies for her calling as the next Claus
The episode was rated 5,75 from 12 votes.
Junior’s arrival in the South Pole threatens Candy’s ascent to the top of Santa’s list. As Cookie and Goldie find a new friend in Mrs. Claus, Craig crumbles at home.
The episode was rated 5,54 from 13 votes.
Santa’s birthday festivities are cut short as tensions between Candy and her inner circle escalate. Later, Devin performs a good deed, and Mrs. Claus faces her demons.
The episode was rated 5,46 from 13 votes.
After welcoming a fresh batch of interns, Santa recruits Candy to deliver the State of the Workshop address. Later, a shocking revelation causes Candy to come to terms with harsh truths about Brent.
The episode was rated 5,40 from 20 votes.
Unsure of her future with Santa Inc., Candy must decide if she should hop on a golden opportunity with Easter Enterprises or stay loyal to Santa.
The episode was rated 5,40 from 15 votes.
Still reeling from the announcement of Santa’s successor, Candy attempts to unite the workers of the North Pole around a common cause.
The episode was rated 5,38 from 13 votes.
As Christmas draws closer, Candy rallies her entire crew for a final chance to stick it to Santa.
The episode was rated 5,17 from 12 votes.
After her boss Brent abandons the North Pole for big tech, intrepid elf Candy Smalls considers the possibility of becoming Santa’s first female successor.
The episode was rated 5,16 from 31 votes.
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