A Very Darcy Christmas with Kristen Soltis Anderson

In this first episode of our new podcast series, Mary Katharine Ham and Kristen Soltis Anderson dive into the intricacies of the Hallmark Channel’s first original offering of the Christmas season, Christmas at Pemberley Manor.

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  1. GadgetGal Thatcher
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    That was absolutely hilarious.

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  2. Bethany Mandel Editor
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    I am so here for this

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  3. Barry Jones Thatcher
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    Looking forward to the rest of the “reviews”. Been missing MK…

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  4. Jeff Hawkins Coolidge
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    Kristen needs to be on all of these

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  5. Nick H Coolidge
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    I would listen to MK talk about almost anything. Almost. Hallmark Channel movies… can’t do it. 

    Maybe I’ll tune in if there’s an episode that reviews Die Hard. (What? The description says they’re doing Holiday movies.)

     

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  6. Blue Yeti Admin
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    Nick H (View Comment):

    I would listen to MK talk about almost anything. Almost. Hallmark Channel movies… can’t do it.

    Maybe I’ll tune in if there’s an episode that reviews Die Hard. (What? The description says they’re doing Holiday movies.)

     

    Coming soon with a very special guest, too. 

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  7. Nick H Coolidge
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    Blue Yeti (View Comment):

    Nick H (View Comment):

    I would listen to MK talk about almost anything. Almost. Hallmark Channel movies… can’t do it.

    Maybe I’ll tune in if there’s an episode that reviews Die Hard. (What? The description says they’re doing Holiday movies.)

     

    Coming soon with a very special guest, too.

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  8. JuliaBlaschke Coolidge
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    Please do some more. This is great Christmas stuff! 

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  9. Blue Yeti Admin
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    JuliaBlaschke (View Comment):

    Please do some more. This is great Christmas stuff!

    MK has an entire series of these shows planned. We have another one coming later this week (I won’t spoil the movie or the guest).

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  10. Jim Wright Inactive
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    Anyone have a copy of that Hallmark Christmas Trope checklist? That’s brilliant, right there.

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  11. colleenb Member
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    I love this.  It was worth it just for the sink hole discussion.  And of course I loved Christmas as Pemberley Manor because it had some connection to Jane Austen and Pride and Prejudice.  Perhaps not one of the best but who cares.  Maybe Hallmark will do a costume one if they can get some left over costumes from the BBC cheap? 

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  12. Full Size Tabby Member
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    Great podcast idea!! Lots of fun.

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  13. Taras Coolidge
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    colleenb (View Comment):

    I love this. It was worth it just for the sink hole discussion. And of course I loved Christmas as Pemberley Manor because it had some connection to Jane Austen and Pride and Prejudice. Perhaps not one of the best but who cares. Maybe Hallmark will do a costume one if they can get some left over costumes from the BBC cheap?

     Not quite sure I saw more than part of this, but it wasn’t the modernized Pride and Prejudice I was expecting.  In fact, I’m not sure it isn’t more than a screenplay they already had in the drawer, with names from Jane Austen stuck on later. 

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  14. Happy Wonderer Inactive
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    Jim Wright (View Comment):

    Anyone have a copy of that Hallmark Christmas Trope checklist? That’s brilliant, right there.

     

    http://thefederalist.com/2016/12/05/the-hallmark-christmas-movie-party-game-youve-been-waiting-for/

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  15. Jim Wright Inactive
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    Happy Wonderer (View Comment):

    Jim Wright (View Comment):

    Anyone have a copy of that Hallmark Christmas Trope checklist? That’s brilliant, right there.

     

    http://thefederalist.com/2016/12/05/the-hallmark-christmas-movie-party-game-youve-been-waiting-for/

    Brilliant! Thank you!

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