Episode 6 Recap And Review
Episode 6 of A Storm for Christmas opens with the announcement that the weather has cleared and new flights have been arranged.
Mary calls Arthur and is ecstatic because someone took a video of her playing the piano and it’s all over social media now. It was shared by pop star Ayda’s account, which got a lot of views. His concert in Tromsø is already sold out. Arthur smiles.
Olav buys coffee for himself and Diana, who has just woken up. He tells her that he is going to his father’s house and asks if he wants to come. It is in the Paris of the North.
The young girl from the bar goes to visit Marius in the hospital and leaves a gift-wrapped gift by his bed.
At the shelter, Frank wakes up the Swedish woman and tells her that the flights have started again. He gets a call and is told that the airport is sending the wallet. Frank assumes he will be on the next plane, but decides to stay a little longer. The two ask each other questions and get to know each other a little more. Frank is divorced with two grown children. He recently found one and is happy with it. He is a lawyer. She has no husband or children and she likes it. He never met his parents. When she asks Frank why he came to the shelter, he says that his son used to be in the shelter, but Frank was not with him during those years. So he’s making up for it now.
Lucas tells Arthur that he likes the music he plays. He then tells his mother not to worry too much about him or the eye surgery. Lucas just needs her to be happy and that will make him happy. Inspired by him, Maria calls Lucas’s father. Tired of always working and never seeing Lucas, Maria tells him to send money for their son’s sake.
Ida and Ingwild talk about his words. Ingwild says he started writing about a year ago. When Ida appeared strange in front of her parents, Ingwild felt Ida was being held back. Ingwild wanted to help him with the lyrics, but in the end he never showed them to him. As they prepare to board the rescheduled flight, Ida reveals that she has been fired from her job at Ingleville.
Maria gets a text on her phone about money and smiles. He tells Lucas that they will celebrate Christmas in Norway.
The woman asks him why.
Swedish woman grabs her wallet and orders an Uber to the airport. He wishes Frank a Merry Christmas and leaves. Frank receives a message from the woman’s law firm that 800,000 KR has been transferred to the asylum.
Kaja’s parents agree to argue less. They say they made a promise to Santa Claus. When Kaca goes to buy something from the store, her mother apologizes to her father. She says she feels frustrated and disappointed, but withdraws because she doesn’t know how to express herself. He gives her a pétanque set as a Christmas present. When she suggests couples therapy, she declines, believing that therapists always stick with women. They argue again, but also say they love each other.
Hearing Stine’s story about the two men, the woman who takes him can’t help but laugh. She encourages Stine to stop playing the victim, own her options, and come clean with her boyfriend. When her boyfriend comes to pick her up, she confesses to her multiple affairs, but asks him to give their relationship a chance. He finishes with her and she goes back to the old woman’s house.
Ida talks to someone on the phone about changing Ingwild’s role from sidekick to songwriter.
Marius wakes up to find the girl from the bar sitting next to him. He says that he has a present for his father. He realizes that she is his daughter and calls her Sara. Both confess that they are looking for each other. He gives her running shoes and she says she can go for a run tomorrow. She asks if the storm has passed and he says yes and calls her Papa for the first time.
Ronja meets David at the bar. She regrets not being able to give Marius time the day before and focusing only on herself. He tells David to enjoy Malaga with his wife.
A female dog comes to pick up Kamandi and take him to the kennel. Henrik reluctantly leaves with Lasso.
Kaja goes to meet Alex and offers him bread. She says she didn’t expect her parents to stop fighting. He deletes her phone number so she can call him when they argue.
Ronja hears an announcement asking David to get on the plane to Malaga. He goes back to meet her. He admits that his wife died six years ago before they went on holiday to Malaga. Since then, he buys a ticket and arrives at the airport every year before Christmas. Ronja takes him to Kine and asks if there is another flight to Malaga. When Kine says she has, Ronja tells her to book another ticket. She tells David that she wants to come with him if he doesn’t mind. He says he’s scared, but a higher power says the two really “need to squeeze.”
Henrik and Thea are on the train going home. They discuss the long night and what they will have for dinner.
Diana and Olav fly to Tromsø with Diana resting her head on his shoulder. Maria, Lucas and Arthur are on the same plane. Arthur thanks them for traveling with him and Maria thanks them for the concert tickets. Arthur gives Lucas a Christmas present.
Ida and Ingvild are now working on new music in the VIP lounge. Ida goes to buy herself a drink and runs into a Swedish woman. Something sparks between them. They each buy a glass of wine and can’t take their eyes off each other. A Swedish woman introduces herself as Bobbi.
Alex finally gets out of line and gets a call from Kaja. Lucas types on the travel-sized keyboard and headphones that Arthur gave him. Sarah holds her father’s hand in the hospital. Henrik opens his bag and Lasso jumps.
Frank’s girlfriend turns out to be none other than Thea. Ronja and David take the airport trolley to the gate for the flight. Diana and Olav kiss under the northern lights in Tromso. Alex walks through the now empty airport.
It was a good finale. It’s possible that the previous episodes set expectations a little too high, but A Storm for Christmas closes in a satisfying way and on a strong emotional note. All the threads are tied (in a shiny Christmas ribbon, if possible) — Henrik takes the dog and finally commits to something, Diana gets her romantic fantasy but just in another city, Arthur finds his lost muse, Kaja’s parents come back to reality. check it out, Sara meets her father, Ida and Ingwild find a new way to bond, and David finally makes his way to Malaga.
Ronja and David feel like they were pushed together at the last minute, and the whole deal with Stine could have been done a little better. But the show ends at a point where every character has connected with other people in one way or another, and it’s really fulfilling. All said and done, rose-tinted glasses or not, this is exactly what the ultimate Christmas spirit is all about.