It's Christmas, and we've got short segments with some of our favorite returning guests. Chris Sims describes his favorite Christmas comic. Jill Meredith Collins Sinnott talks about A Charlie Brown Christmas. And Jay Edidin explains why the Justice League episode "Comfort and Joy" is their favorite sincere Christmas special.
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One year ago, Into It began with a discussion of a Steven King adaptation. For the first anniversary my sister and I are discussing three Steven King adaptations, and she also has plenty to say about the book they're all based on. The 1976 Carrie, the 2013 Carrie, and the nearly forgotten 2002 TV version of Carrie. Chloë Grace Moretz is too pretty, Angela Bettis is too old, and Sissy Spacek is technically too pretty and too old but still totally owns the role. Jill has a lot to say about Carrie White, not just as a fan, but as a social worker.
Jill Meredith Collins Sinnott—social worker, child of the 80's, and Elle's little sister—returns to the show to talk about The Breakfast Club, on the occasion of the film's 30th anniversary and the 20th anniversary of Jill becoming a big fan. In depth discussion of every character, the verisimilitude of high school life, and a theory of how Bender spends every Saturday.
Elle's sister Jill Meredith Collins Sinnott, who is a social worker, mom, and Muppet superfan, is here to talk about the Muppet Show. Hear about the fastest Elle has ever moved, that Elton John/Scooter subtext, and the most unsettling Shel Silverstein song ever to be song by a European supermodel. Come for the Muppets, stay for the 1970's celebrities.
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