I’ve been leaning on Disney to produce my “Hooray for the Rhine River” movie so I can get that long ago shelved dark ride in Germany.
I’d like a MP ride in Fantasyland and a Dr. Who ride in WS where we experience different areas of the UK in different time periods.
The pet show at Uni is fantastic.
Think they could turn this show into a “dangers of flying over water especially if you aren’t a flying or swimming animal, cautionary tale?” Educational and humane out the wazoo.
I can't wait to write an unbiased review for the Mistake on the Lake (look I'm at work and I can't think of anything appropriate that rhymes with lagoon, but Buffoon on the Lagoon makes me laugh).
Also, I've heard reports that the new show disturbs Worldy, the long time resident of WS lagoon...
Well there was the short lived "Murders in the Rue Morgue" fireworks extravaganza. They had to present enough audio and visual clues throughout the program that the casual viewer would have a shot of solving the two brutal murders. Wasn't well reviewed. I think the biggest mistake was playing...
I feel like a good way to plus the Magic Band might be to bring in a top notch hired gun like Nita Strauss on guitar. I also feel like the Cantina band from the Star Boom Boom movies dressed up as Disney characters would be a big hit.
Yo! I don't have time to get caught up, but I was wondering, what is Covid? New WDW attraction or what? Even it is existing IP, at least it's obscure. Glad to see them breaking out the old imagination hammers again and trying something new.
Completely different show is my guess. Probably 90 minutes where we learn the events that led to Crush getting his big break hosting Turtle Talk. I’d imagine before the show became more educational that the original Turtle Talk was more like Maury Povich.