We chat about a few last odds and ends of Christmas, and Lisa reports on her Six Flags experience.
This week we talk the new Disney Mickey shorts, thanks to the suggestion of friend Grim Noir. Then we share our recent experiences with My Disney Experience. Hope to see some of you at the “F the (Old) Main Street Bakery (and the Coffee Mate Too)” meet on Saturday, December 7th at 2pm – first 5 get a coffee beverage from TDC and we’ve no idea what to do if you show up covered in tinfoil.
In celebration of Labor Day, we discuss our experiences with outstanding Cast Members, and talk about the importance of Cast Members both onstage and backstage.
Jennifer’s written about quite a few Cast Members in her Jentasmic! column at Studios Central:
This show will be magical for only a limited time! Well that’s kind of a lie. It’ll probably be here on the internets forever, long after we’re all gone. Unlike the dragon that flew over Fantasyland for the press that night. Not that we’re bitter or anything.
Jennifer wrote a column on Limited Time Magic for StudiosCental a while back. It’ll probably be around forever too. So you can read it anytime, really. No hurry.
This week, we discuss Walt Disney’s love of railroad trains, and other forms of track-based public transit.
This episode was inspired by the book Walt and the Promise of Progress City, by Sam Gennawey. We’ve got an extra copy to give away! To enter the giveaway, go to our Facebook page and comment on the post announcing this episode; after one week, we’ll pick a name at random to win the book.
We also are joined in this podcast not only by Trace and Greg, but also by the loudest pug in the wilderness, Roxxy. She’s especially noticeable at about 21 minutes into the show. Let me tell you, people who are light sleepers should not have pugs in the house.