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Tag Archives: comedy
We received the sad news yesterday that Disneyland legends and Golden Horseshoe Revue stars Wally Boag and Betty Taylor passed away within one day of each other. Today Disney released a series of vintage pictures from the attraction’s glory days, … Continue reading
Ed: I’d like to welcome guest author Adam Britten who reviews the most recent episode of ABC’s hit show Modern Family: Every time that Modern Family takes a few weeks off, I feel like I’m missing something. The family was … Continue reading
Brodie is a illustrator, comedy writer, and Disney fan. He runs the excellent tribute site WorldFamousJungleCruise.com. Brodie has decided to take on Disney’s Princess divas and re-imagine them as superheroes drawing inspiration from super-fashions of around the same time their … Continue reading
This week’s episode of Modern Family was, in my opinion, the funniest one yet! The proud-of-his-Colombian-heritage child, Manny, wants to wear an oversized poncho to school, and his mother wants to let him, yet his stepfather (Ed O’Neill) teases him … Continue reading