We wrap up our Christmas coverage with the most unwieldy Christmas romance of them all: Richard Curtis's 2003 directorial debut, Love Actually, starring a bevy of British stars in an impenetrable web of familial and romantic relationships.
Join in as we discuss fusilli arias, Nick Vallelonga's That's Amore, deleted scenes, Red Nose Day Actually, and Keira Knightley's unbelievable wardrobe.
Plus: Which plotline should be cut from the movie? What was Mark's plan for getting with Juliet? Is Christmas really a time to be honest? What do the British think of Americans? And just how long does it take to learn a language?
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