As I have been saying since the beginning, "Help for the Holidays" is a romantic comedy with supernatural elements in it.
Therefore, I'm glad to see that Red Arrow International, co-producer of of "Help for the Holidays", lists Summer's Christmas movie as Romantic Comedy.
You can read their synopsis of the movie in PDF format: Help for the Holidays | Romantic Comedy | Movie, 1 x 90’
One line of their synopsis caught my attention, this one:
After an intense training program Christine heads from the North Pole to the real world to help Will, his sister Ally, and his parents Sara and Scott rediscover Christmas.
The first part of the sentence refers to Christine's "intense training program". However, we have not seen these scenes in the movie. And then I remembered one of the answers from the exclusive interview that "Help for the Holiday"s's writer Bob Saenz granted us. His answers read as following:
Question: The movie was only 1H23m long. Surely a few scenes/lines originally written didn't make the final cut of the movie? One in particular you’d like to share?
Bob Saenz: There were some scenes of Christine at the North Pole training to go out into the real world that were funny, but I understand the medium and know that in order to fit the film into the time allotted, including advertising, things have to hit the cutting room floor. I am very very pleased with the cut the way it ended up.