Can I convince a holiday movie skeptic to give holiday movies a try? (Spoiler alert: I can!)

Meg Tietz is the host of the Sorta Awesome Show and the creator of the Sorta Awesome Hangout Community, and I adore her and both of those things so much! Last December I was on an episode of Sorta Awesome with Meg, in an attempt to convince her to try watching holiday movies. I have finally succeeded, and she’s here today to talk about the movie she watched and one I watched as well.

Of course, because this is The Couch, where rabbit trails and side notes are always welcome, we do go on for a bit about the beauty of breakfast burritos and why we can’t believe anyone doesn’t love pumpkin pie. ‘Tis the season to talk food AND holiday movies, I guess! Let’s get to it!

MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:

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ALSO MENTIONED: 

NOT-SO-GUILTY PLEASURES:

  • Breakfast burritos
  • Pumpkin pie
  • What can I say? We like food!

DON’T FORGET:

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