We Celebrate Our Favorite Christmas Songs You can't have an abundance of Christmas songs without also having an abundance of opinions about Christmas songs — songs we love, songs we hate, songs we love when they're sung by one person, but hate when they're sung by another. This week on Pop Culture Happy Hour, we've convened a special panel to tackle our favorite songs for the season.
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We Celebrate Our Favorite Christmas Songs

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We Celebrate Our Favorite Christmas Songs

We Celebrate Our Favorite Christmas Songs

We Celebrate Our Favorite Christmas Songs

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You can't have an abundance of Christmas songs without also having an abundance of opinions about Christmas songs — songs we love, songs we hate, songs we love when they're sung by one person, but hate when they're sung by another. This week on Pop Culture Happy Hour, we've convened a special panel to tackle our favorite songs for the season.

The audio was produced and edited by Vincent Acovino and Jessica Reedy.