“This is a really upsetting movie.”
Molls invites friend and legit film critic, Katie Walsh, to discuss one of the most iconic made-for-TV movies of the 90s: She Fought Alone, starring Brian Austin Green and Tiffani Amber Theissen (aka BAG & TAT).
The ladies enjoy 90s fashion, a trip through the pages of IMDB, Blues Traveler, and much more.
“Like Degrassi, she fucking went there.”
Molls and Katie are back to wrap up She Fought Alone, the BAG & TAT classic of the 90s. They chat about how this movie was ahead of its time, the various (probably felonious) crimes committed in this film, some bonus Juno Temple content, and where it inevitably lands on our rating scale.
“Give a bitch a footnote!”
For the Season 3 Finale, Molls invites her BFF Ed Hansen to discuss A Friend to Die For (or Death of A Cheerleader, because you know how Lifetime loves to change up the movie titles).
Molls and Ed jump right in to this film adaptation of true events by discussing true friendship, the real story behind the movie, and much more to wrap up Season 3!
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“I’ve never seen someone eat like this.”
Molls invites Sarah Wine-Thyre (co-host Crybabies) to discuss a classic made-for-TV movie straight from the 80s, Kate’s Secret, starring Meredith Baxter. Listener discretion advised, of course, as this film is about a woman with an eating disorder.
Join Molls and Sarah as they chat about fashion, how Sarah found out about Kate’s Secret, and much more. Stick around to hear Molls tell Sarah why she loves Juno Temple so much (granted, unrelated to this movie but very much a staple of the MMISWP universe) and to see where this flick landed on our rating scale!
“No matter how bad things got, she had to wear a crop top.”
Molls and Daniel Van Kirk dive into the made-for-tv movie, Twisted Desire, starring the v. famous 90s queen Melissa Joan Hart.
Tune into to listen to the stereotypes surrounding 90s fashion, who they believe is the real victim of the film (and who gives a real Lala from Vanderpump Rules vibe), the delicious drama from IMDB message boards, and to see where this landed on our movie scale.
“It’s so weird revisiting what “woke” was in the 90s.”
Ira Madison III joins Molls this week to discuss She Cried No, a quintessential 90s made-for-TV movie that premiered in 1996.
This flick has everything you loved from the 90s – a fantastic soundtrack, classic college parties, and a cast including famous teen idols (namely Candace Cameron Bure, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Jenna von Oÿ, and Nikki Cox). Tune into hear why this film is in the lead for the “Tori Spelling Lifetime Lifetime Achievement Award” and for a nice “where are they now” moment.
“I was so hungry transcribing this movie.”
Molly and her guest Alison Rosen step back into the 90s and watch A Secret Between Friends, a Moment of Truth movie. You can find this one on YouTube, but don’t read the IMBD description if you don’t want a spoiler!
With its star-studded cast (Linda Carter, Josh Taylor, and hello, a young Ryan Reynolds!), typical teen shopping montage, and a BFF journey that toes the line between friendship and infatuation, this flick is definitely filed under the classic Lifetime movie category. Cross our hearts and kiss our elbows!