During her “coma” in 2014, Meg’s adolescent celebrity crush, Andrew Keegan, was accused of starting a religious cult. As Meg has vowed – she finally investigated (aka internet searched and read a ton) to find out what her former heartthrob has been up to in the past decade.
Meg gives Casey a high-five for their improved communication when it comes to confronting each other about parenting and having difficult conversations without it turning into a fight. Score!
Also, Casey spills about jury duty. Meg’s slightly offended that she’s never been selected- (she’s never even made it past the first round!) Enjoy!
Vice article 2014 – Shyam Dodge and Shanrah Wakefield https://www.vice.com/en/article/mv55wa/andrew-keegan-started-a-new-religion-814
LA Times 2015 – Eryn Brown
Nightline on ABC interview – 2015 with Dan Harris
Podcast: Are You Being Real 2016
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