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Meet-Cute and Mistletoe is a podcast dedicated to celebrating the most ridiculous aspects of today’s holiday romance movies with friends–like you! DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed in each episode are those of the podcast's hosts and do not reflect those of any entertainment industry entity, company, or employee discussed within.
 
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Years ago, “Christmas Crush” became a year-round must-see for both of us. We’re finally sitting down to unpack ALL the childhood baggage that this 2012 TV movie delivers. This one has it all: Fashion shows, song and dance numbers, a four-person glee club made up entirely of cheerleaders, excessively older actors played off as high schoolers—and way…
 
Join us in discussing all the reasons we love the 2018 Netflix original film The Holiday Calendar—a cute, if not kooky story about an antique advent calendar that foretells the future, and one that's quite possibly haunted by the heroine’s dead grandmother?!? It’s unexplained Christmas magic for sure, but we stan this movie, anyway. Go to www.meetc…
 
We reviewed the 2016 film A Cinderella Christmas, one of many films in the rags to riches holiday rom-com sub-genre. Will he or won’t he find the girl who ditched him at the Christmasquerade Ball after midnight? We already know how this ends, but it doesn’t mean we can’t have fun discussing this deliciously hilarious movie. **Movie streaming on Ama…
 
This movie is WILD! Back to Christmas (2014, originally titled, Correcting Christmas) is a true MarVista holiday rom-com gem. Hosts Kelly and Lindsay try to make sense of the film’s time-jumping examination of missed opportunities and past relationship regret. This ride is worth the watch just for Jennifer Elise Cox’s over-the-top comedic turn as G…
 
One of many, MANY movies in the princess sub-genre of ridiculous holiday rom-coms, A Princess for Christmas (2011) features performances by a young Sam Heughan and the late Sir Roger Moore. Even Outlander and James Bond himself can’t keep this romantic rollercoaster from running off the tracks, so Kelly and Lindsay are stepping in to help. **Movie …
 
Episode 2 recaps and discusses the plot points (and plot holes) in the typical tropes displayed in the old 2011 ABC Family/25 Dates of Christmas original TV movie 12 Dates of Christmas, starring Amy Smart and Mark-Paul Gosselaar. Movie currently available to stream on the Disney+ platform. If you haven’t grown up on this ridiculous holiday rom-com …
 
A classic over-the-top, rom-com holiday musicale finale! There will be reflecting. There will be cameos. Laughter. Tears. One big shebang send off to Alyssa, Arnie, Jackie, and Mike...let's see what happens next. Written and Directed by Joseph H. White Musical Direction by Meagan Piccochi Original Music and Lyrics by Meagan Piccochi Audio Design by…
 
ROAD TRIP! Following the events of the previous episode, the group find themselves lost in the woods, desperately trying to work together to get back home. Created and Directed by Joseph H. White Audio Direction and Design by LJ Luthringer Written by Alex B. Reynolds Produced by Ellen Domonkos White Starring Alicia Frame as Jackie Natalie Rae as Al…
 
ALL MY EX'S LIVE IN (A YURT): Arnie and Alyssa’s past comes back to haunt them. Arnie’s aversion to tea WILL BE tested. Mike and Jackie will have to deal with the fallout. TO THE WOODS! This episode was a co-production of MIM Creatives and Techmagic Design. Created and Directed by Joseph H White Audio directed and designed by Robert Horbostel Produ…
 
Two podcast hosts clash when they find out their podcasts have the SAME NAME! This episode was written and directed by Joseph H. White and audio directed and designed by Robert Hornbostel Starring Alicia Frame as Jackie Natalie Rae as Alyssa Alex B Reynolds as Arnie Christopher Waldron as Mike Featuring Cara Winter as Rose, the tea shop owner Allys…
 
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