Kieran isn’t very good at making friends.
That’s probably the reason why he has none.
Added to which he doesn’t do anything, go anywhere, have any hobbies.
According to his mother, he should be doing more to help himself and not relying on the therapy group which he attends every week to ‘…equip him with social skills for life.’
So mother-dear decides that with Christmas coming up, he should invite his friends around for Christmas dinner – but as he doesn’t have any friends, he has to go for second best.
The rest of the therapy group.
It doesn't take long for Kieran to figure out that there's more to having fun at Christmas than having patients - no matter how you spell it.