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  • - Disney the season.

  • - Let's talk about that.

  • (alarm rings) (playful music)

  • (fire blasts)

  • - Good Mythical Morning.

  • - Today we're joined by the incredibly talented

  • and incredibly good at making me and Rhett feel old

  • and irrelevant, it's Rowan Blanchard.

  • - Woo! - Woo!

  • - Woo, I like that. - Welcome to the show.

  • - Wow, thanks, guys.

  • - I like a good woo!

  • At the top of a show. - Woo woo woo woo!

  • - Good morning! - That's right.

  • - You're telling me.

  • Hey!

  • - Now today we're gonna play a game about

  • Disney Channel original movies or DCOMs

  • for those of us in the know,

  • and we happen to know that you've got a little experience.

  • You were in a DCOM yourself-- - I was.

  • - Called Invisible Sister, which if I recall,

  • was about you accidentally eating a twin sister

  • in the womb and having her ghost haunt you at school

  • and dates and stuff, right?

  • - It wasn't about that.

  • I did write a pilot about that last month.

  • - Oh. - Oh.

  • - What a coincidence.

  • - You should collab on that.

  • - I don't know why I got that impression.

  • Maybe we're just on the same wavelength, okay,

  • we're gonna see if you're really an expert

  • that you should be in a game of real or fake

  • bizarre Disney Channel Christmas movies.

  • It's time for Were These Christmas Movies

  • On the Disney Channel or Made Up by Some Guy in Flannel?

  • Okay here's what we're gonna do,

  • I'm gonna read you a synopsis of a movie and a title

  • and then you're going to guess whether it's real

  • with your paddles, that would be Mickey,

  • or if I made it up, and that would be Tricky.

  • - Okay. - Now you're competing

  • of course to see who can get more correct,

  • because that's how competitive games usually work.

  • - That's right!

  • - And whoever wins gets-- - Are you competitive?

  • - Yeah, I'm competitive.

  • I was on the Disney Channel.

  • (Rhett laughs)

  • - Yeah, you had to eat other children just

  • to get that position. - Yeah.

  • - And whoever wins gets a selfie with Rowan Blanchard.

  • - Woo!

  • - Woo!

  • (Rowan chuckles)

  • Let's play, man, do it.

  • I'm ready. - Here's the question.

  • Little Jessica's mom died when she was a kid.

  • Fortunately, Jessica just won a free wish

  • from a magic stranger at the mall.

  • She wishes for a mom for Christmas which of course leads

  • to a department store mannequin coming to life

  • and showing up to Jessica's house.

  • Jessica loves her new Mommy but she has to turn back

  • into a mannequin on Christmas Eve because

  • who cares why, it's a movie.

  • - Tricky.

  • - Hey, I'm not even done yet!

  • - You got more?

  • - So while step-mom mannequin is busy seducing her dad,

  • Jessica tries to break the curse and keep her

  • from becoming an inanimate object again.

  • See all this heart-wrenching mannequin

  • mother-daughter drama in A Mom for Christmas.

  • - A Mom for Christmas. - Mickey or Tricky?

  • - Tricky.

  • - Sticking with your first instinct.

  • Going with my first instinct,

  • going with my knowledge of Disney.

  • - Oh. - Okay.

  • - Going with it, what are you saying?

  • - I think this sounds very intriguing.

  • (crew laughing)

  • And I'm hoping it's real.

  • Mickey.

  • - Okay, A Mom for Christmas is

  • Mickey, it is real!

  • This 1990 piece of art featured Olivia Newton-John

  • as the mannequin mother, let's check out a clip.

  • - What?

  • - Honey, it's just a mannequin.

  • - Take her hand, Daddy, please.

  • We can't lose her too.

  • We can't lose her too. (sniffling)

  • (tender music)

  • (dramatic orchestral music)

  • - Do you really want me?

  • (Rhett laughs)

  • (dramatic orchestral music)

  • (crew laughing) - Yeah, wow.

  • - I don't understand-- - I mean I don't know how

  • I missed that.

  • (Rhett laughs)

  • - Why didn't the mannequin turn into the mom?

  • - I don't know.

  • - She was in a different place.

  • - Seemed like a opportunity they missed there.

  • - But the dad was like,

  • I'm still sleeping with the mannequin.

  • (Rhett and crew laugh)

  • - So you're supposed to wait for the mannequin to

  • magically come to life before you make out with it.

  • That's news to me.

  • - Okay. - All right here we go.

  • - I'm taking the early lead. - 16 year old Nick

  • and Nicky-- - Oh.

  • - May share most of their DNA.

  • They're twins after all.

  • But that's not the only thing they know how to share.

  • Oh no, that is the only thing they know how to share.

  • They hate each other.

  • Adding insult to injury, it just so happens their birthday

  • is on Christmas Day which means less attention

  • and more importantly, less presents.

  • Nick is especially angsty about all this,

  • and one fateful Christmas Eve, Nick devises a plan

  • to pelt his twin sister with snowballs

  • from high atop his small town's big,

  • weirdly magical oak tree.

  • But one wrong step sends him and Nicky plummeting

  • to the ground and through time!

  • Can Nick and Nicky find their way back

  • to the year 2002 and also find the true spirit

  • of Christmas along the way?

  • Does Disney have a satisfying grasp on bending

  • the fabric of space and time?

  • Find out in Christmas Presents, Past and Future.

  • - Good gosh. - Wow!

  • - Man. - Woo!

  • - That's longer than the movie.

  • Hopefully.

  • - Mickey or Tricky.

  • I want to say Mickey but then I think about it

  • and I feel like it's Tricky.

  • Just talking through my thoughts.

  • - (chuckles) No that's good, that's a great strategy.

  • - I will say the synopsis itself was very tricky.

  • Like I have no clue_- - What he just said, yeah.

  • - I knew you didn't follow that.

  • That's my intention. - I'm gonna go with Tricky.

  • - And I was already on Tricky.

  • - Congratulations, you're both right, it is Tricky.

  • But if it were real, this is what the movie poster

  • would look like.

  • - [Link] Oh.

  • (Rowan chuckling)

  • It would be me and my twin sister traveling through time.

  • - Based on this movie poster, Link, if you find out

  • that you have a twin sister on 23andMe,

  • do not contact her. - Oh my goodness.

  • Ugh.

  • - Teen girls Sam and Allie are wandering around the woods

  • like teenage girls do when they come upon an old shack

  • with a weather controlling machine inside it.

  • So again, much like teenage girls do,

  • they steal it and make it snow in Los Angeles!

  • But little do they know that the weather machine

  • actually belongs to Santa.

  • Soon Santa is hot on the trail of the girls

  • trying to get his weather machine back

  • while the snowstorm in LA has gotten out of control.

  • Will Santa find the girls and help them turn

  • the weather machine off simply by changing the batteries?

  • Find out if that's exactly what happens in

  • The Ultimate Christmas Present.

  • Mickey or Tricky.