It's the most wonderful time of the year...if your very favourite thing is oppressively jolly holiday programming! We asked you, our listeners, to help us choose which piece of brand-new 2019 holiday content we would cover this year, and you delivered unto us the Lifetime original movie Mistletoe & Menorahs. Joining us to discuss it in a wild departure from their usual gig discussing the films of the Hallmark network are David J. Roth and Jeb Lund! Around The Dial clicks through FX's new adaptation of A Christmas Carol, Back To Life, the new season of CNBC's The Profit, The Expanse, and the season (and possibly series) finale of HBO's Watchmen. Lauren uses her Extra Credit to make us all benevolent TV dictators and bestow upon us the power to take a show that's Not For Us and make it meet our specific needs. Tara presents for Nonac induction the Beverly Hills, 90210 episode "It's A Totally Happening Life." Then after naming the week's Winner and Loser, it's on to a Game Time with a curious backstory. Take a break from all your a-wassailing and join us!
SHOW TOPICSMistletoe & MenorahsATD: A Christmas CarolATD: Back To LifeATD: The ProfitATD: The ExpanseATD: WatchmenExtra Credit: Benevolent TV DictatorThe Nonac: Beverly Hills, 90210 S03.E16: "It's A Totally Happening Life"Winner and Loser of the WeekGame Time: Bizarre Backstory
SHOW NOTESDavid J. Roth on TwitterJeb Lund on TwitterThe Dave And Aren't Mean podcastDAJAM on PatreonThe Culturally Relevant podcastUnDeadspin on TwitterJames Poniewozik on Dan Spilo at the New York TimesAndy Dehnart on Spilo at VultureThe Blotter PresentsPhoto: Lifetime
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