Megan and Hotep Anthony of the Just God Just podcast discuss the Netflix original movie, A Christmas Prince. Just how hott is this really boring prince, just how senile was the prince's father before he died, and just how thoughtless is the main character who falls in love with the prince? Find out in this episode!
Megan and Kathleen (she's back) watch a Lifetime movie again on the theme of HGTV. This time a sexy contractor turns out to be dangerous. Kathleen finds plaid scary. Megan finds wallpaper scary, but the real fear comes from how rote the ending of this movie is. Still it's a pretty fun sexy time! (Does she mean the movie or her podcast? The world may never know)
Dawn and Megan discuss a Lifetime Original Thriller, Tiny House of Terror, a story about a woman who deals with her husband going missing, moving into a tiny house, someone stealing her things, an infestation of spiders, and eventually almost getting killed. Also, a spooky magnetic VORTEX which is completely unnecessary for the plot.
Katie and Megan tackle the Lifetime Original Movie, A Student's Obsession about a boy who falls for his bio teacher, and won't let go when she doesn't want a relationship. We go over, "wait what's next?" quite a bit, like in a tangent I've (Megan) cut, so if I seem a little overly exasperated by the timing of the poisoning, please excuse. Also, I like a moron claim that Patreon.com is spelled p-a-y-t-r-e-o-n, rather than Patreon (no y).
A woman whose ex-husband is killed in her home. The main character evades police and figures out whodunit in this mystery-comedy. Megan and Kathleen/Kathy/Kates discuss this movie and why you should visit Florida. Also, Megan announces the opening of https://www.patreon.com/user?u=3435567. Our patreon acct.
College students, garbage floating in the ocean, and a giant shark that mutates to have 3 heads. What could be better? Literally nothing. Kathleen and I enjoy this a lot more than any other movie we've seen for the podcast. Watch it and listen to this!
Dawn and Megan take on a 2014 Hallmark Channel Original, "Ring by Spring." The premise? A woman hears from a fortune teller that either she will "get a ring by spring" or never get a ring then her boyfriend breaks up with her, so she tries to figure out why no one wants to marry her and falls in like with business consultant client. Tangents include me almost beginning to sing "Take on Me," us coming up with a theme song for the fortune teller that's eerily reminiscent of a Duckburg-related show's theme, the recruiting slogan for the US Army, and Dawn pining for a life of travel or at least moving to Canada if nothing else.