You never really know how, or if, a show is going to celebrate Thanksgiving. There's so many variables at stake: What day of the week the show falls on, whether they're in the midst of big story that will be road blocked by everyone stopping things to sit down and carve some turkey. With daytime dramas, it's particularly hard, because if someone's in the middle of, I don't know, getting stuck in a well or having a life saving heart transplant, no one's really in the mood to break bread.
Whatever the form or function it takes, Thanksgiving is all about the relationships. The more strained, the better, at least for entertainment value. We don't have the details of how Pine Valley's Thanksgiving will go down (we do know it's a unique celebration, with a big event that shakes down) but here's how we'd LOVE to see things happen if we had a magic wand:
-We'd love to see Erica cook. We know she can't cook, and she'd be more likely to just cater the meal (as she's done in the past), but can't you just picture this? What a disaster, a glorious, wonderfully fun to watch disaster! Erica would totally try to make everything genuine, like a true country Thanksgiving -- go pick the cranberries and squeeze them kind of thing. Which means she'd do one of two things: She'd either go try to pick berries herself and fail (we doubt that), or she'd totally buy Stove Top and the canned cranberry sauce (which is the best anyway) and try to pass it off as something really fancy.