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The Couch Podcast :: A Love Letter to Pushing Daisies (S2E2)

Today’s episode is, essentially, a love letter to Pushing Daisies. Because when it comes to short-lived shows, Pushing Daisies is unique in the dramatic responses it creates in fans. One mention of this show and fans will sigh loudly, cartoon hearts practically popping out of their eyes before they begin gushing about how dreamy and quirky and just plain wonderful it was.

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The Couch Podcast :: All About Hamilton (S1E22)

After a quick road trip to Chicago to see Hamilton on stage, I couldn’t quit gushing and analyzing and, let’s be honest, crying just a little bit about the show. So I got my friend Amy Clark (who also has been known to gush and analyze and cry about this thing) to talk about all the things on this week’s episode.

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Tales as Old As Time: A Devotional About God’s Love

Once upon a time, I wrote a devotional for you inspired by Beauty & the Beast. Despite the entertaining (and fun!) inspiration for this book, I believe the message God has for us is significant. I’m praying that He uses this story and these words to reveal His love in a new light and remind us of the truths we need to stay focused on the beautiful tale He’s written.

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The Couch Podcast :: All About Live-Action Disney Movies

In this episode, Amanda White returns to talk with me about all the live action movies that have come before (most of which – surprise! – I haven’t seen) and all the ones slated to come next. And, in our continued quest to be timely and relevant (ha!), we debate the value of Maleficent, the 2014 movie starring Angelina Jolie, as well as the definition of live action when it comes to movies about animals that talk. Tune in for all this and more!

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