This week, we’re discussing The Parent Trap—the 1998 version starring Lindsay Lohan and directed by Nancy Meyers.
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- Cabins are a huge inspiration
- Elsie wants to build a cabin-style playhouse in her yard
Annie’s House (In London):
- More Elsie’s style
- Very ’90s decor
- Has a study
- Painted molding
Hallie’s House (the vineyard):
- More Emma’s style
- Tiled floor
- Wine cellar
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- Not Inspiring
- Pool was the best part
- Feels very Ralph Lauren
- Perfect for a love story
Rate the Movie 0-5 Dusty Bottles of Wine:
Elsie – 6 bottles
Emma – 4 bottles
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Episode 190 Transcript:
Elsie: You’re listening to A Beautiful Mess Podcast, your cozy comfort listen. This week we’re discussing the Parent Trap, the 1998 version starring Lindsay Lohan and directed by Nancy Myers. You knew this one was coming. This is an ultimate summer episode, so describing the movie, for those who haven’t watched, I hope you’ve all watched this movie. If you haven’t, it is on Disney Plus if you have Disney plus. I personally think it’s the best thing on Disney Plus. That’s my number one thing if I go on there for something that I just wanna watch to put on, I watched it recently when I was like unpacking our kitchen, the day we got our pod, and it’s just such a good comfort movie to have on in the background while you’re doing something. It’s very joyful. Okay, so the premise is this, identical twins, Annie and Holly separated at birth in each race by one of their biological parents discover each other for the first time at summer camp and make a plan to bring their wayward parents back together.
Emma: Yes. And let me just say, this movie is crazy, right? The whole premise is nuts. I kept thinking that as I was watching it. So, we’ve done a lot of Nancy Meyers movies already, and I’m sure we will do more, but I think this is the only one we’ve done in maybe her only kids’ movie, it’s a family-friendly movie. You know, like it’s complicated I wouldn’t necessarily share that with a kid.
Elsie: I think this is her only kid’s movie officially.
Emma: Yeah, I think so. This is a family-friendly Disney Plus type movie. If you’re watching a kid’s movie, you’re like, yeah, I’ll suspend my disbelief quite a bit here because I’m open to mermaids and magic. We’re doing kids’ movies. But I do feel like the premise of this is just crazy. Can you imagine having twins and being like, we wanna separate, so you take one and I’ll take another and we’re gonna live in different countries and not even tell them they have a sibling. How would you not miss the other kid? I don’t know. The whole premise is wild. It’s absolutely wild.
Elsie: The premise. Yeah, it’s a little offensive if you let yourself think about it. I would recommend not doing that I would recommend not thinking about it too much.
Emma: They end up at the same summer camp. One of them lives in England and she ends up in a US summer camp, the same one as her twin sister who mentions that she’s across the country to this summer camp. So she lives in California and I guess this summer camp is, In New York or somewhere. I don’t know where it is, but it’s somewhere on the east coast cuz they mentioned that.
Elsie: Yeah. I’ll tell you one thing I’m not trying to do is find my kids a summer camp in a different part of the country.
Emma: I know. And they both end up picking the same one. The camp does look cute. I’ll give them that.
Elsie: It’s a cute camp.
Emma: Yeah, it does look really cute. And I feel like that’s one thing that makes this a very summertime movie because summer camp is so iconic, but they’re really only at the camp for the first 30 minutes of the movie or less. So it’s not even necessarily the biggest part.
Elsie: Yeah, but I love it. I have so much fun watching it every single time. This movie’s insane and the little Lindsay Lohan British accent is adorable.
Emma: It’s good.
Elsie: It’s funny. I don’t know if it’s good or not. I’m not a British person.
Emma: Just ask kids to do an accent for you, and I’ll tell you, this kid is doing top-shelf Oscar-worthy compared to what’s out there. I’m gonna make fun. I can’t do accents. But ask any kid around you, do an accent, do a British accent. This is a good kid accent, I would say. She’s nailing it. She’s a little kid.
Elsie: Okay, so memories from when you first watched this movie? I don’t remember the first time I watched it, but I know that I’ve watched it probably more than 10 times. I’ve watched it quite a bit. I remember that I tried to watch it with Nova at the beginning of the Covid quarantine era, and she was still too young for it.
Emma: She was bored.
Elsie: Yeah, I think she was five, she just turned five at that time. Yeah, It was boring for her and just didn’t last, didn’t work. But now she watches it quite a bit and it’s kicking in.
Emma: I’m sure she’s like, what are all these pranks? Should I prank do these pranks?
Elsie: Yeah. I try to sell every movie that’s not a cartoon as if it’s like Home Alone because that movie is so popular in our house.
Emma: This one kind of is. They really “Home Alone” with each other throughout the beginning when they’re at summer camp, the pranks are elaborate. You’re like, where did they get all these supplies? How did they have time to set all this up? But they do somehow.
Elsie: Yes. It’s amazing. Yeah.
Emma: The pranks are good.
Elsie: Do you remember when you first watched it?
Emma: I don’t know how old I was, but I remember thinking I was pretty into Clueless growing up. And so I feel like it must have been around that time I watched this for the first time, I don’t know. Because I remember thinking that the British one, Annie, all her little outfits reminded me of Clueless, a little kid version of Clueless, because she would have a matching headband. And she would have a lot of plaid or tweet-looking type things. And I really liked that cause I was very into the outfits, Annie’s in particular.
Elsie: That makes sense. Oh my gosh. Yeah. I think they’re probably about the same time. I think Clueless is like 96 or 90.
Emma: I don’t know. Let’s look it up. Now I’m curious cause I’m like, I feel like I watched this after Clueless, and I don’t know if I watched them both. I know I watched Clueless around the time it came out.
Elsie: Clueless is 95, so this is a couple of years after.
Emma: Okay. Yeah, that makes sense.
Elsie: Cool. Okay, let’s break down the decor inspiration. I think that this movie for me, it’s like a very strong love, and then there’s parts of it where you’re like eh, it’s very nineties. I don’t know. So the camp, I think that the cabins are a huge source of inspiration.
Emma: I agree.
Elsie: I love that aesthetic in general.
Emma: It’s very like wood, like log cabins, is the vibe.
Elsie: For me with if I get a clothing ad in my email and it looks like they’re photographed at like a campsite or by a cabin, I’m more interested in it, it appeals to me. So I just think that that’s just like a good aesthetic in general. And the other thing I wanted to say is that last week, we cleared out the spot just showed Emma in our yard, it was sort of like jungley and just problematic, vines that were gonna kill trees and stuff. So it got cleared out, which was so exciting. And then, once it got cleared out, we realized there was like kind of this big section of the yard to the side. It’s in our front yard, but it’s to the side all the way in the corner where there’s enough room to build a playhouse. So I’ve been thinking of building a cabin-style playhouse.
Emma: That would be cute.
Elsie: So yeah, this is the thing I want emails about and DMs and everything is your best inspiration for a cabin-style tree house, a playhouse. I’m open about how it’s constructed, but I think I do want it to be two stories and I want it to be pretty epic if I’m gonna go for the work. Yeah, I want it to be something they can climb up in and it feels very magical to them. Anyway, so yeah, cabins are a huge inspiration and I love that part of this movie and I think it’s good that it’s at the beginning because it just sets the scene for the whole thing.
Emma: Yeah, and they all have like duffel bags as they’re showing up to camp and there’s a school bus dropping some of the kids off or their kids are clearly getting dropped off by their parents. Annie shows up in a limo, I think, which again, is what’s going on with this. And then I feel like the camp counselors wear uniforms. They have a certain kind of uniform aesthetic, which is really, really cute. But yeah, not a huge part of the movie is even at the camps, but I feel like for how much of an impression it leaves, it’s a big interior impression for a small amount of time in the movie. Let’s talk about it. Annie’s house and Hallie’s house because after camp they decide to switch places and they’re gonna parent trap their parents, which means they’re gonna get ’em back together. And I felt like I had kind of forgotten, but as I was watching it again, I was like, oh, I feel like one of these houses is kind of what Elsie would do in the nineties and one of the houses, because they’re both very nineties and then one of the houses, I was like, that’s the one I would want.
Elsie: Okay, so I would want Annie’s house for sure.
Emma: That’s what I thought, the British House.
Elsie: I can see what you would see in the Vineyard House for sure. So the British house is a beautiful brownstone and you walk into a staircase and the colors are very nineties, which I find delightful. I love the nineties, one of my favorite interiors of all time is the Home Alone house. It has a similar color palette to that, but a little more peachy. There’s a study where her grandfather is, which I don’t know if that means their grandfather lives with them, that part is unclear.
Emma: Kind of seemed like maybe, but maybe don’t know.
Elsie: I mean, why else would he have a study in their house?
Emma: Yeah, it seemed like a bigger house. So maybe they all live there? Yeah, I don’t know.
Elsie: I like the peachy tones. I like the traditional, I think nineties traditional decor is definitely up my alley. I should give a shout-out, our friend Elise has been doing this series on her Instagram. So her Instagram is @ Elise Joy, and she’s been doing this series for more than 20 parts, and it is a series about older design books, like in the inspiration, she finds them and they’re mostly from the nineties. Yeah, I would say they’re largely from the nineties. So definitely check that out if you have any kind of a soft spot. I did a thrift books hall of all of Martha Stewart’s books from the eighties, nineties, and early two thousand. Just every Martha Stewart book that I was interested in, I bought in one day and it was like lots of good nineties inspiration. Anyway, the London house is for sure mine.
Emma: It is, I feel like it has some painted molding too. Which I felt like a good fit for you. I feel like your current house has a lot of original wood. So you’re not painting that, but like when it’s already painted, a lot of times you paint it the same color as the room, things like that. And there was one other thing. Oh yeah, so there’s the scene where it’s actually Hallie, but she’s pretending she’s Annie and she’s meeting her mom for the first time and they’re in her mom’s bedroom talking, I think they’re about to go to a photo shoot or something, and she is looking at her mom’s dresser or vanity and there’s this crystal, I think it’s a lamp that has like these crystals hanging off of it, and you see her perfume bottles. And I think what the movie’s wanting us to feel is, she grew up without a mom and now she’s seeing all this quote-unquote girly stuff kind of thing. Or just a different aesthetic that’s not in her current life. And she’s exploring that and finding it beautiful. You can see the look on Lindsay Lohan’s face, she’s just amazed. And they make the crystal, the light from it, dance on her face. It’s almost like she’s discovering her mom through the decor as well, and I just really loved that part of the movie. I just feel like they do so much with sets in Nancy Meyer’s movies, so it’s fun when they use it as a part of the story. And that part for me just like really stood out as they’re teaching us about her mother and the way she feels about meeting her mother from looking at her vanity of perfume bottles and whatever else. It’s very cute. But yes, let’s talk about the vineyard.
Elsie: That’s so sweet.
Emma: It is so sweet, right? I really felt like those were the parts of the movie where I teared up when Lindsay Lohan’s character is meeting her other parent for the first time, she’s the other twin because you could just see it, she just did such a good job. She was just like, I’m so happy to see you. And she’s supposed to have been gone for eight weeks, so the parents don’t really suspect anything. They’re like, of course, she’s happy to be back. She’s been gone for two months, but they don’t realize at first that it’s the other twin and they’re actually meeting them for the very first time. Yeah, it’s wild. Anyway,
Elsie: I did cry a lot of times. I was in a crying mood this time.
Emma: I was too. I was like by myself just hanging out. I was like, oh, this is so sweet. But yes, the vineyard house is the house I would want. The London house is beautiful, I would live in either of those houses, but the vineyard House, it’s on a vineyard, which is just cool. I don’t know anyone who doesn’t have a dream about being in a vineyard or owning a vineyard. And I don’t have a green thumb, so I could not actually do it, but somehow, it’s still kind of a fantasy in my mind. But there’s this scene where, Hallie, who’s actually Annie, but Hallie with a twin is walking through and there’s these like big terracotta tile floor in the living room. So the living room is this tiled floor that’s just like warm and pretty. And I felt like for the nineties they were doing this vibe in that house where it was like supposed to feel a little bit like Tuscany or something, even though it’s in California.
Elsie: I think it’s like the wine country aesthetic.
Emma: Yeah, wine country aesthetic, and then I think it’s supposed to feel a little bit modern like a lot of the art in his house is very nineties modern if that makes any sense. Or like late, late eighties modern is kind of what it felt like.
Elsie: Yeah. It’s like minimal is Mr. Cool Guy?
Emma: Yeah. Mr. Cool guy. It definitely felt like that. And I am a wannabe Mr. Cool guy, I guess. So I loved that house. Any little glimpse into it? It’s like a huge house too. They show the outside and it’s this giant mansion, but I feel like they only show us so many interiors, but I was really into it. I was like, I would wanna live in this house. It looks cozy, but it looks kind of modern. It looks warm and comfy, but a little bit like you can go indoor outdoor a lot. I don’t know, it just seems.
Elsie: My favorite part of his home is his wine basement or wine cellar because it’s very fancy. And then he has this little chest with extra fancy wine bottles in it. And when he pulls out the one and says that it was from their wedding, I did like fully cry at that part.
Emma: That’s my favorite part of the movie.
Elsie: But I also don’t accept that if he was taking the time to do all that, he didn’t try to be with her. I guess you have to just suspend belief though.
Emma: I don’t totally buy the love story ’cause I’m like, they hardly fight at all when they get back together.
Elsie: They don’t really seem like they have any problems except for maybe they wanna live in different places, which they don’t really solve.
Emma: And they don’t really solve that. I’m like, that’s your biggest problem. You both have careers that are in other places very much.
Elsie: That’s okay though.
Emma: Yeah, it’s fine, it’s a Disney whatever, but. Yeah. I was like, I don’t really buy this love story, but that’s my favorite part of the movie. When they go down into his, what’s it called?
Elsie: His wine cellar.
Emma: Yeah. When they go down into the wine cellar.
Elsie: And it’s dusty and it’s vibey and it’s romantic, and he’s showing her something that he probably hasn’t shown his other girlfriend, which is like romantic.
Emma: And I like that he clearly had rare bottles, he’s supposed to be a millionaire. But I love when he starts showing off the sentimental bottles, including their wedding, but also I think he had one from his parents’ wedding and that’s really cute too. I loved the idea of a sentimental wine collection.
Elsie: Well, the wine from my wedding still sells at Trader Joe’s, so I could collect that one.
Emma: Nice. Yeah. But do you have the right year? You have the right vintage.
Elsie: I don’t know if wine from Trader Joe’s is supposed to be aged.
Emma: Unclear as we’ve mentioned in previous episodes we really love canned wine, so I don’t know if we really are the wine-collecting types yet, but I love his collection.
Elsie: I’m getting my sommelier license, and it’s a Trader Joe’s minor.
Emma: I mean, if you were like at Trader Joe’s and you’re like, I’m the Trader Joe’s sommelier, I’d be like, nice.
Elsie: They could use one. I agree with that.
Emma: That’s great.
Elsie: I agree with that, thank you. Okay. Well, I want that vineyard mansion for you, I think it’s perfect. I totally get it.
Emma: It’s lovely. I loved it.
Elsie: He has horses. He has a pool. They both have dream houses, it’s pretty great. Okay. So the hotel, I didn’t make any notes about the hotel.
Emma: I didn’t really like the hotel like it had a great pool, but when they’re like in the room, I was like, I don’t like this furniture, it felt like a hotel. It’s not like the set designers did like a bad job. I was like, this does not inspire me, this is not my style. This is the nineties no good for me, except for the pool. It was a great pool.
Elsie: The pool scene is everything. And I think I am very distracted by their little outfits at that point, which are really cute.
Emma: When you’re trying to keep track of ’em just there.
Elsie: And the drunk mom. There’s a lot going on to keep your attention besides the hotel.
Emma: The bar was cute. But yeah, the hotel room, I wasn’t that into.
Elsie: Okay. The boat, this is also one of the most unbelievable parts of the movie, but it is perfect.
Emma: It’s adorable.
Elsie: I think that having a boat love story is basically so cute. I love how the movie begins, the opening scenes, and the picture that’s ripped in half, which you would never do, but I love it.
Emma: No, you would never do that.
Elsie: And we need to stop trolling a kid’s movie. I think that a boat aesthetic, it’s kind of like, the La Delrey like Americana thing, I think it’s cute. I love that type of aesthetic.
Emma: I do too. It feels very classic. And it also feels very like Ralph Lauren or something to me.
Elsie: Yeah, we can talk all day about how we went to a Ralph Lauren restaurant one time and it changed our lives.
Emma: We’re still thinking about it all these years later. Yep, pretty much.
Elsie: Yes. I love that style and I think it is forever timeless, very cool. And they made the perfect little romantic dinner, so I would’ve fallen in love too with my perfect ex-husband who actually has nothing wrong with him.
Emma: It seems really nice.
Elsie: Would’ve worked on me as well.
Emma: Yeah, they could have parent trapped me, no problem.
Elsie: Other cozy inspiration. Trying to think if there’s food or drink or anything else.
Emma: What did you think of the camping trip? Neither of us is like big campers, but I do feel like there’s some nostalgia to it.
Elsie: Yeah. For me, if I’m gonna camp, I want it to be in a cabin. For me a tent is something, the stars aligned for us. We’re just like a hard no about waking up in a hot tent one single time for the rest of our lives. So it’s just not gonna happen. I love it for Prince Harry, but it’s just not for me. So I don’t know. I think I love the scene where Meredith wakes up in the middle of the lake on her air mattress.
Emma: I was like, would that work? I feel like I’ve never had a good air mattress, they’re always flat by the morning.
Elsie: I think it would definitely work.
Emma: That’d be nice.
Elsie: It’s a pool floaty, basically.
Emma: I don’t know why she freaked out then because it sounds nice, I would wake up on the water.
Elsie: It’s her whole personality is overacting, that’s what she’s good for. I love her. I will say she’s great casting, perfect. She’s perfect.
Emma: She really did it up. In this role, she nailed it. You love to hate her.
Elsie: Yeah. I can’t think of any other cozy inspiration, I guess, the wine, the dusty wine bottles for me, and the wedding photo shoot with the white top hat. I really felt like that was, Iconic. I’m sure at the time it probably didn’t seem cool either. I don’t see how it could have, it’s kind of like a funny, it’s kind of like an iconic part of this movie. You can make a meme out of the white top hat, which I like.
Emma: You could. Also like Lindsay Lohan’s in the photos a bunch, and I’m kind of like, What are they using these photos for? How is this random little girl in the shot gonna help sell this wedding? It’s just so weird. It’s such a weird scene and it’s funny and it’s fun, but it’s really weird. It’s really weird.
Elsie: It is. Okay, so trivia time. So I have a trivia that’s not on this list, so I’ll say it first. And this is alleged, okay. I heard that for Disney Plus, I have no way to check this because where I watched this movie is Disney Plus, but I heard that they cut a scene from the movie, which has Hollie and Annie trying wine. So they cut it out for Disney Plus?
Emma: Oh, no, she tries wine.
Elsie: Oh, it’s in there?
Emma: Yeah. Oh yeah. She tries wine, it’s Hallie, now, I can’t remember.
Emma: Yeah, it’s Hallie because she’s grown up in a vineyard, so I suppose we’re supposed to think that she at least has knowledge about wine. Maybe she doesn’t drink wine, I don’t know. But, she’s supposed to have knowledge about wine. So as she’s pretending to be Annie, she has a sip of her mom’s wine. Then she’s like, actually, I prefer a more full-bodied blah, blah. I don’t remember what she says, but something, and it makes them laugh. And then she falls out of her chair because she’s looking at this note behind the butler’s back. Then I think she had a little too much and then she runs off. So it’s still in there.
Elsie: Okay. I take it back.
Emma: It’s just one little sip and she’s in England. I feel like it’s more chill over there because the drinking age is 18. She’s not 18 in this movie.
Elsie: She’s 10.
Emma: Yeah, I don’t know, it’s in the movie. I don’t know of all the problems I have with this movie. I guess that wasn’t one of ’em. That’s funny though. I could see them taking it out though actually on major networks, like not wanting to deal with it.
Elsie: I should of looked up ahead of time because maybe, I don’t know. Who knows what happened?
Emma: Okay. Well here’s another trivia. So the actress, Joanna Barnes, played the wicked girlfriend in the Parent Trap in 1961 and she plays the mother of the wicked girlfriend in this version. I know isn’t that cool. And the 1998 version, the wicked girlfriend’s name is Meredith rather than Vicky, but Joanna Barnes’s character as the mother in the newer Parent Trap is still Vicky. I think that’s kind of cute.
Elsie: I love it.
Emma: Yeah, I was into that.
Elsie: Okay, the next one is Lindsay Lohan’s feature film debut, which I guess that makes sense cause I can’t remember anything where she was younger. Yeah, she’s so cute in this movie, adorable.
Emma: I thought she was so good in this. So, yeah. It’s crazy to me that this was her feature film. I’m sure she had done acting before this. Clearly, they didn’t just pluck her off the street. But I don’t really know, to be honest. And like I said, I feel like her accent for a little kid is very good. I think she does a pretty good job. Better than I would do and I’m 37. Okay, the next one is Natasha Richardson, who plays Elizabeth, the mother. She tragically died at the age of 45 following a skiing accident in Canada, leaving behind her husband, Liam Neeson, and their two sons Daniel and Michael.
Elsie: Yeah. This was actually in the Joan Didion book, A Year of Magical Thinking. I’m pretty sure that’s the one, but I have read a bunch of ’em so it could blur together. But she talks about, I think she was like a family friend and she talks about her death and everything.
And I actually did not know that. That is very sad. I did not know that this actor was the same person from that story. That’s very sad.
Emma: Very, very sad. 45 is just way too young and like a skiing accident so tragic because you wouldn’t have as much time to prepare. When you have a family member that’s sick, you have more time to prepare. But yeah. She’s so wonderful in this movie.
Elsie: She’s so beautiful.
Emma: She’s so beautiful. She kinda has Princess Diana hair. I don’t know, she’s just beautiful.
Elsie: She’s a classic beauty. Okay, Chessy is named after a friend of Nancy Meyers. The real-life Chessy is a decorator, which makes sense given that Nancy Meyers is famous for cozy interiors featured in most of her movies.
Emma: I feel like she always names characters after one of her daughters or after a friend. There’s always something like that in a Nancy Meyers.
Elsie: Yeah. Aren’t her daughters named Annie and Hallie? I think that’s a fact.
Emma: Oh, are they?
Emma: Because I know another movie we did there was a character, I feel like maybe it was Annie and it was named after her daughter. So this is both her daughters, that’s cute.
Elsie: Well, for sure I know one of her daughters is named Hallie because she’s the one that directed Home Again.
Emma: Oh, that’s cool. Okay. Simon Kunz, who plays Martin and Lindsay Lohan came up with Annie and Martin’s signature handshake themselves in the span of a few hours.
Emma: I believe the few hours part because it’s an elaborate handshake. I loved it.
Elsie: I think I feel inspired, I wanna do it with my kids. I want to have a secret handshake. And it’s perfect.
Emma: Yeah. And in the movie, you know it’s the other twin, so it’s clearly like she taught this to her while they were at camp and it’s really elaborate. So it’s just like this funny little scene, and she nails it. And so you’re like, they’re gonna be able to do this, they’re gonna be able to switch places. She nailed the handshake.
Elsie: Yes. Before Lindsay Lohan was cast in the Parent Trap Scarlett Johansson, Michelle Trachtenberg, and Mara Wilson were also considered for the role, and actress Jenna Maloney was offered the part but turned it down three times. I’d like to hear the story behind that, about why she was doing something else or something. Yeah, she was probably busy. I think it was meant for Lindsay Lohan, so I’m glad that she got the part she’s perfect in it. Can’t really see anyone else.
Emma: It seems like a lot of work for a kid too because she does both roles. She’s really in every scene just about and sometimes it’s her two times, you know what I mean? So it does seem like a lot of work. Yeah, I don’t know how long it took to make this movie because you know how kids can only work so many hours, they have to do school and stuff. I would be curious about that. Okay, so we’re gonna rate the movie zero out of five Parent Traps. What do you give it?
Elsie: Okay. I was thinking, what about zero to five bottles of dusty wine?
Emma: Ooh, yeah. Okay. Rate the movie Zero to five bottles of dusty wine.
Elsie: A five, obviously. Honestly, just to be whatever, we’re never gonna pick a movie that we wouldn’t give a five to ever.
Emma: I don’t know. I feel like I gave Twilight something less than five. And to be honest, I was about to give this four dusty bottles of wine, just because look, it’s a kid’s movie. So if you’re expecting, it’s just, it’s a tiny bit boring.
Elsie: Okay, if you’re gonna give it a four, then I’m gonna give it a six so that I can counteract your mistake. And I do think it’s perfect. The best thing on Disney Plus. what’s a better award than that?
Emma: I mean, yeah, that’s pretty good.
Elsie: But no, I get it. It’s a kids’ movie. I think now that I have my kitchen tv I am gonna watch it all the time, just while I’m doing things, it’s background. Magical and twilight you probably just, you know.
Emma: I think I gave it less than five, but I can’t remember now. I’m sure I have the worst memory. Ok, let’s do our segment with Nova.
Elsie: All right. We’re back this week with a joke or a fact with Nova. Which one do you have this week?
Elsie: Okay, go ahead.
Nova: My joke is what is a bear without any teeth?
Elsie: What is it?
Nova: A gummy bear.
Elsie: A gummy bear. That’s a good one. Okay. We hope you’ve enjoyed this episode. Please continue to send us requests. We will pretty much consider any movie that inspires us. You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Next week we’ll be talking about our top 10 favorite home decor items under $50. See you next week.