This Is Us Too: Last Christmas

 

This Is Us Too Hosts Mary & Blake discuss This Is Us Season 1 episode 10: Last Christmas. 

In this episode we chat why Mary had learned forgiveness through a life altering encounter, why Mary can’t tell the difference between Laura Dern, Laura Linney and Helen Hunt, getting a bait and switch with Toby, why Dr. K rocks, and much more


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2 comments on This Is Us Too: Last Christmas

  1. Meredith says:

    I’ve never noticed the resemblance between Laura Dern and Laura Linney before, but I can see it now. And I now want all three of those women to play sisters in a movie. All three are drawn to independent projects. By the way, Helen Hunt’s father Gordon Hunt is a director too. He’s usually done plays, but he also directed a few episodes of “Mad About You.” Helen Hunt was also in a movie called “Then She Found Me.” It was her directorial debut. The movie also stars Bette Midler, Matthew Broderick and Colin Firth. Quite a combo, I might add. All three of them do look rather alike. Laury Dern is the daughter of famous actor Bruce Dern. She played a bit of a bitch in “Big Little Lies.” Laura Linney, you absolutely have to see her in “John Adams,” as Abigail. You should also see her in “You can Count on Me” and “Kinsey.”

    My mother has that tiny stomach thing. She can’t keep hardly anything down. It’s awful. But she doesn’t regret getting the surgery, because she believes she’d be dead by now if she hadn’t. I don’t think I’d want to live that way.

  2. Blake says:

    We are STILL using our line, “land the plane, Helen!” And it never fails to make me laugh.

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