Morris’ unromantic song, “Plaisir d’amour. Lyrics are: The joy of love lasts but a moment. The pain of love lasts all the life long. SWOON!
Copyright Infringement: Elvis probs stole the melody of “Can’t Help Falling in Love with You” from that awesome French “love” song.
#WePodcastLikeThis: It was late, but we remembered.
Podcast Shout Out:
Nick Palodichuk is not just a knowledgeable film dude, lover of comics, and podcast host. He is also a talent artist! Check out his graphic novel, The Green Way – Vol. 1. Volumes 2 and 3 will be out in the fall.
Yes, summer is just about over, but that is about how long it took Mallory to read one of Tamu’s favorite author’s, Jackie Collins’ classic, Hollywood Wives. Since the book was very long, this will be another two-parter.
Morals to the Story: Go down on one another, and, don’t let anyone into your house.
Other Fun Topics Discussed:
There were too many characters for Mallory.
Everyone’s life was tragic.
Podcast Shout Out:Mouse and Weens living their Hollywood and San Diego lives. Please checkout their hilarious podcast.
Hollywood Wives contains loads of pedophilia.
Hollywood Wives contains homophobia – 80s style!
Mallory had to make a flow chart to track all of the characters.
In this week’s episode, Tamu & Mallory watch each other’s favorite teen movies, Ever After: A Cinderella Story and Pretty in Pink.
If you haven’t guessed, Ever After was Mallory’s jam back in the day; so much so, she wrote an essay about it in the 7th grade. She felt more closely aligned to the Cinderella character, however, much to her chagrin, Tamu found Mallory’s tendencies to be more Prince leaning…she was not pleased. Tamu was annoyed with the end of the movie because Game of Thrones training has taught her that you must kill your enemies so they don’t come back for revenge; yet, The Baroness lives.
Meanwhile, Mallory had some serious opinions about Tamu’s choice, Pretty in Pink; mainly that Molly Ringwald’s character settled.
Both ladies learn that prom is the most important event in the known universe.
Moral to the Story: A relationship doesn’t start in 5 days, it takes a least 6 or 7 days.
Other Fun Topics Discussed:
Tamu saw Black Panther
Yertle the Turtle
Sex and the City stole the shoe scene proposal from Ever After
Other 2000s movies Mallory needs to watch
Love Actually and Laura Linney’s choice
Mallory LOVES Pride and Prejudice 2005
Duties: sacrificing your wants/needs for others
80s movies are problematic AF
Realistic stats about High School romance (it ain’t pretty)
Tamu equates relationships to Mary J. Blige’s song, Seven Days
Apologies: First there were sound issues. It will be better next time. Second, Tamu tries and fails doing an Australian accent…sorry, Australia.