The long awaited return of WDW Tales is here with part 2 of my days as a Millennium Drummer in EPCOT's Tapestry of Nations parade. In this episode, hear excerpts of what I heard in my headphones while on the parade route, the short lived opening drum solo, my favorite parts of the parade, and some unused narrations.
In this episode, famed voice actor, AJ Locascio, Prince Lotor of Netflix's popular Voltron series and Marty McFly from Telltale Games' Back to the Future, joins me as we wax philosophic about Walt Disney World, the Great Movie Ride, Disney voice actors and more.
An unreleased episode from the vault that discusses all the things guests do to annoy cast members, whether the guests realize it or not. Are you guilty of any of these infractions?
This episode brings you my thoughts on the news coming out of the Parks & Resorts panel at the 2017 D23 Expo. I give a perspective on Star Wars Land, Pixar, Mickey Mouse, Transportation and all the other news.
In this episode, I take to you to one of my favorite race weekends, the Wine & Dine Half Marathon at Walt Disney World. This year saw a different weekend entirely. New races, new courses and new up sell opportunities. I also talk about the Beach Club, the Studios and toilet paper?
As Walt Disney World celebrates its 45th anniversary, I look back at the crazy experiences I would enjoy with my family on our family trips to the Vacation Kingdom. Whether, it was getting stuck in strollers, being ditched for Space Mountain, or fleeing from the rainstorm of seagull poop, every story was memorable. Hope you enjoy!
This episode I conclude Part 1 of Journey into Imagination by talking about Honey, I Shrunk the Audience. I also give you a brief sense of my Learning About EPCOT class, and I get a pretty sweet look at the backstage areas of Spaceship Earth. Concluding with a hazardous walk in between the show building and Spaceship's iconic silver triangles.
In this episode I say goodbye to the warm and soothing sounds of Adventureland Merchandise and make my way to EPCOT Attractions at Journey Into Imagination. I quickly find out this is much more fun than standing in front of a register all day. Plus, you know, Robin Williams. This story is for the ages.