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These podcasts share the Good (meeting old friends), the bad (rude guests) and the ugly (Bat’s Day) of Westfest for those of us that could not attend this grand event. (Download your favorite Disney Podcasts on iTunes.) Disney Dudes Episode … Continue reading
With Free Dining recently offered, the closing of Honey I Shrunk the Audience, and updates to Muppet Vision 3D, these 7.5 hours of podcasts provide us information we need on these changes to our favorite park. (Find your favorite Disney … Continue reading
We look at a lot of West Coast centric podcasts this time, as well as many dicussions based on the movie Pinocchio and even a WDW trip report from this past year’s Christmas. Mouse Comedy (iTunes) Episode #74 Tairy’s ‘Back’ … Continue reading
Mousestation (iTunes) Episode #393 March 2, 2010 Collected Short Subjects-In the Honey I Shrunk the Audience attraction, do they try to ‘push’ the startle moments that take away from the overall attraction? How does ‘the Imagination institute’ tie in to … Continue reading