The best entertainment and food to binge on over the weekend

Nicole Ryan, the host of SiriusXM Hits 1's "The Morning Mash Up," highlights the best movies, books, music and desserts to get into over the weekend.
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iconic "Addams family" theme. It's time to find out why we're playing the song with "Binge this" breaking down everything to binge this weekend with a little help from our expert. Exactly. There's a reason behind all this. It's great to have host of Sirius XM hits one the morning mash-up. Good morning. Good morning. Good to have you. Absolutely. It's October, we're getting in the Halloween spirit here, and we're going to kick things off with two spooky movies. What's first and what to binge? Okay, so the first one is for the kids. Their -- our favorite freaky family "The Addams family" is coming back, the animated version and hear the voices of Charlize Theron, Oscar Isaac, Bette midler and Allison Janney. And we're going to hear some new music from Christina Aguilera which is pretty cool and we'll want to binge the first reboot of it, so they did it back in '91, "The Addams family" and then in '93 then the og, black and white TV show, you know, order in some food, snuggle up and you can watch that. Do we have a favorite family member? Wednesday. I was Wednesday for Halloween. Yeah. I'm a cousin it guy. I like the hair game. Hair game is strong. I get that. I find that zero percent shocking. Yeah. I love that. Coming up or next up, rather, there is another sort of halloween-themed movie. "Zombieland." "Double tap." Ten years since they did the original dough you will want to go back and watch the original. This one has a pretty big cast. This is has Bill Murray and woody Harrelson and Emma stone, Oscar winner and that will be pretty cool. And what you'll want to binge is obviously go back and watch the first one then you'll want to binge all of your favorite zombie movies. "Shaun of the dead," night of "The living dead," "Dawn of the dead." You know what to do? Right in the brains. Got to get them in the head. You'll be running for a long time. Yeah. I'm a "Walking dead" fan so I watch that show. So you know. Yes, I've seen -- The first "Zombieland" is really funny. If you haven't seen it, it's a great movie. Absolutely. So moving on to reading, we do want to encourage people to do more than just watch TV. But there are some popular TV We do? Yes, we do. There are popular TV shows that can help people with this particular book. Gary janetti is the author. "What's my name." No. "Do you mind if I cancel." Things that still annoy me. He is the writer and producer of "Family guy." A little show called "Will & grace." If you're not already binging them go ahead and binge those and he's hysterical. An amazing Instagram. You'll want to follow. 800,000 followers. He's hysterical. He really goes at the royal family. He's just like a lot of fun. So the idea is what annoys people. What drives him crazy. They're sort of his childhood essays like early adulthood essays so, yeah, he's hysterical. I absolutely think this is going to bring the lols for sure. Okay, so we've got TV, movies. What about music? What should be on our playlist this weekend? Okay, so believe it or not, the entire beatles discography. I know. It's crazy and there's a lot to choose from, but Ringo Starr is back with another album. His 20th. The cool thing about this, there's a mini reunion. Paul Mccartney got in the studio with him and recorded one of John Lennon's last songs that he actually wrote. So it's like their almost all of them are on it which is really, really special. I never need an excuse to binge with the beatles. That album cover, I think I want to take an Instagram like One of my greatest parenting successes is that my son can tell whether it's John or Paul singing. Wow. For real? Yes, for real. This is the only thing I've done right as a parent and number five, we're looking at national dessert day. Yes, that is on on Monday so we're not looking at being too healthy. I know you probably won't be involved in this. Nothing. Fun in general. That's why I have no friends but, hey, there's dessert here. What do we got? Ooh, red velvet. I love it. Cupcakes, cookies, all the naughtiness that we could possibly -- How are we going to celebrate? I mean I'm going to eat anything that I feel needs -- if I'm craving something sweet, maybe some ice cream. Going to go for it? You didn't do your usual move as you lean in. You usually say come here, you. No, I wasn't done yet. Come here, you. That's his signature phrase. One of the many things we love Exactly. Do not forget to check out Nicole on Sirius XM hits one in the morning -- say it again. Sirius XM hits one, the morning mash-up. Thank you. I get to speak with my mouth full. Nicole, great to have you here.

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