Through dangers untold and hardships unnumbered, Tracey and Scott have fought their way here to the podcast; beyond the cinema, to take back the fountain that Mortis has stolen. Their will is as strong as his and our magic kingdom is great. Mortis has no power over them – no power to stop them from talking about the 1986 Jim Henson-directed Labyrinth on this episode which our brave hosts had the opportunity to see on the big screen recently. Then they will jump over to Tomorrowland to take a look at the attraction that Mortis’ power couldn’t contain (but budget constraints could), Rocket Rods for this month’s Forgotten Favorite. After all these adventures, our hosts will return home to spend some time with Aaron DelPrince to learn about this year’s Indy Disney Meet happening on August 27. All that, plus a call over to the Prince of the Land of Stench, err Mortis to find out at what’s happening at the Main Street Cinema on this episode.
In this episode, our co-hosts, Scott and Tracey get into something fishy, namely their coverage of the latest Disney/Pixar theatrical release, Finding Dory. They discuss the development and production of the film, take a look at the marketing and premiere, the critical and popular reception and then share their own thoughts.
Scott and Tracey continue discussing all things Dory with their review of the Finding Dory playset and Dory and Nemo figures from the Disney Infinity 3.0 video game franchise. Townsperson and fellow podcast host Jeremy leaves a voicemail to explain some of the goings on while they were out, and they call over to the Main Street Cinema to see what Mortis is up to. Our co-hosts wrap up the show with a look at a couple of upcoming events they are attending in the near future.
On this episode of the Disney, Indiana Podcast our normal hosts are away from town and are not available. But never fear as they’ve asked Jessica, the master computer that controls Disney, Indiana to host the show and she’s got something special for everyone. A live recording from Yehaa Bob’s show from the River Roost bar at Disney’s Port Orleans Riverside resort. It’s Bob’s first set from October 31, 2015. Tracey and Scott shall return in Diamonds are Forever, err sorry they’ll return for the next episode!
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On this Disney, Indiana broadcast our hosts take everyone under the sea with a look at the former 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea: Submarine Voyage attraction at Walt Disney World in this month’s Forgotten Favorite segment. To continue the theme, and to get ready for the upcoming Finding Dory film, they’ll also share some park audio featuring the Finding Nemo Submarine Attraction and the Seas with Nemo and Friends at Epcot. After they surface, they’ll make a call over to the Main Street Cinema and respond to some listener feedback.
It’s a great, big, beautiful tomorrow here in Disney, Indiana as our hosts prepare this month’s Forgotten Favorites segment. This month they are going to feature the former Epcot Future World attraction, Horizons. The attraction that told us if we can dream it, then we can do it – and our hosts are going to expand that spirit to the rest of the episode as they share audio from two attractions related to Horizons, The Carousel of Progress and Mission: Space. They’ll wrap up the show with a quick look at the Tsum Tsum Kingdom, a call over to the Main Street Cinema and bring us some listener feedback. So don’t move a muscle and welcome to Disney, Indiana!