The Santa Clause 2 is the second installment in what would turn out to be the Santa Clause trilogy. It was actually the first Santa Clause movie I saw, because one of my classmates brought it in to watch for our Christmas party. Then my mom told me about the original and that’s why I still enjoy The Santa Clause 2. Even though it’s a bit more of a mixed reception compared to the original. This time Scott Calvin’s Santa Claus must deal with a new clause. One that states that he must find a Mrs. Claus or risk no longer being Santa (just to get Tim Allen out of his makeup). Of course if you know romantic comedies you know how it’s gonna go, but it doesn’t make his relationship with Carol any less sweet. While that’s going on, a hilarious Toy Santa played by a plastic Tim Allen is left in his place that Bernard and new character Curtis have to deal with. Unlike most sequels with gaps, The Santa Clause 2 actually maintains every original actor. Even the now grown up actor who played Charlie. There’s also another new character named Lucy who’ll be important later. The Santa Clause 2 is much more child friendly. Introducing things like a CGI reindeer named Chet or the Council of Legendary Figures (Mother Nature, Father Time, Cupid, the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy, and the Sandman). It’s silly, but I still love The Santa Clause 2 just as much as the original.