It’s that wonderful time of year where everything feels just a little bit more joyous. When your spirit is full and your wallet much lighter. When you eat too much and drink even more. When everything is extra stressful and time seems to be a rare commodity of which you’ll never find enough. When the stuff you wouldn’t normally care about is on sale, so you get up during the earliest of hours and buy it anyway. It’s the holiday season! Whatever your beliefs or method of celebration it’s impossible to ignore the impact it has on this time of year. Somehow we’ve avoided discussing this topic in previous episodes, but enough is enough. It’s time to get all merry up in here.
So sit back with a cup of cheer and big old plate of sugar plums. Maybe even spin a dradle or two if your feeling inspired. You’re about to get learned.
Hello Podcast Friends,
I hope all is well with you and yours this holiday season! If it isn’t, well, hang in there, things are sure to turn around soon! Maybe this very day! I mean, things are already looking up: a new episode of your favorite Podcast!
This episode we have a special guest on the show, and we all chat about our favorite holiday movies and TV specials.
I hope everyone has a great holiday, whatever you celebrate! See you in two weeks for our Annual Best of the Year episode!
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Topics mentioned: The Santa Claus, National Lampoons Christmas Vacation, Charlie Brown Christmas, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Elf, A Christmas Carol (Patrick Stewart), A Christmas Carol (Kelsey Grammar), A Christmas Carol (George C Scott), Scrooged, Frosty the Snowman, Twas the Night Before Christmas, Rudolph the red nose reindeer, A Garfield Christmas, Nightmare before Christmas, It’s a Wonderful Life, Claymation Christmas, Christmas Story, Home Alone, Home Alone 2 : Lost in New York, Gremlins, Die Hard, A Very Murray Christmas, Muppet Christmas</em