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Teen Movie Madness: The Molly Ringwald Division Semi-Finals

Y'all, Ole Miss (my parents' alma mater) clinched the SEC title and are in March Madness (Go Rebs!).  And their eventual match ups are a LOT more dramatic than the two we've got left in the Molly Ringwald bracket.

Teen Movie Madness: The Molly Ringwald Division Semi-Finals

As most of you know, I live in Texas.  And, if you are at all attentive, y'all know I'm pretty liberal.  Being a liberal in Texas can be sort of exhausting - not because you're surrounded by Conservatives, but because the Democrat party hates to put money in what they see as a losing race.

And that's a little bit like this week's round in the Molly Ringwald bracket.  We have two match ups, sure, but is there any reason to invest any thought into them?  Because we all know how this is going to play out, y'all.  All we're doing is delaying the inevitable.

But still, we have to do our due duty and vote.  It's our right as citizens, or something!  Rock this vote, y'all!

Here's the Molly Ringwald bracket so far, or you can check it out below!

First up, we've got The Breakfast Club vs Bend It Like Beckham.  Who will triumph?!  The classic 80s' masterpiece, or the young upstart that half of you haven't seen?  I'll hold my breath while y'all vote.

And, for our second and last match up of the day, we've got Grease vs Mean Girls.  I may not love Mean Girls as much as most people, but I'd still vote for it a million times over Grease.  It is NOT the one that I want.

WHO WILL TRIUMPH?  And in more exciting news, what did you eat for breakfast today?

Erin Callahan's photo About the Author: Erin is loud, foul-mouthed, an unrepentant lover of trashy movies and believes that champagne should be an every day drink. When she isn't drowning in a sea of engineers for whom Dilbert is still uproariously funny, she's writing about books, tv, the cult of VC Andrews and more.