In today’s episode, our hosts, Tracey and Scott present their review of The Muppets Mayhem series that came out on Disney Plus back in May of this year. Then they will tune into WWED to hear some of Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem’s songs from this new series along with other hits from Muppet history. Then they’ll check in with the Mortis at the Main Street Cinema to see what mayhem he’s up to before they wrap up the episode.
In today’s episode, our hosts, Tracey and Scott present a potpourri of Disney fun! They kick off the episode by tuning into WWED, where the assistant DJ Fuzzy is spinning some of their favorite Disney cover tunes. Tracey then makes a visit to Belle’s Books to share her thoughts on The Story of Disney 100 Years of Wonder, a companion book to the Disney 100 exhibition. They’ll call over to the Main Street Cinema and share a few bits of park audio before wrapping up the show with a small tribute to Jimmy Buffett.
In today’s episode, our hosts, Tracey and Scott test out their putting skills at Pixar Putt. This is a pop-up mini-golf that was recently in Chicago. To celebrate this outing, they will also share some audio from Pixar related attractions they have recorded in the past. All that, plus a call over to Mortis to check in at the Main Street Cinema before they wrap up the show.
In today’s episode, our hosts, Tracey and Scott share their thoughts on the newest release from Walt Disney Pictures – Haunted Mansion. Based upon the theme park attraction of the same name, this film stars LaKeith Stanfield, Tiffany Haddish, Owen Wilson, Danny DeVito, Rosario Dawson, Dan Levy, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Jared Leto. Is the film better or worse than the 2003, Eddie Murphy version – Our hosts will share their thoughts on the film. Along the way, they will share a recording from Disneyland, call over to the Main Street Cinema before celebrating the 15th anniversary of the podcast.
In today’s episode our hosts, Tracey and Scott take s look at one of their all-time favorite TV Shows, The Muppet Show. It aired for 5 seasons on CBS from 1976 to 1981 and it was a variety show that featured recurring sketches and musical numbers with guest stars and Muppet characters. One of our hosts favorite parts of the show was the music numbers and they want to share some of their favorite songs from the show. Along they way, they’ll check in with the Mortis to see what’s up at the Main Street Cinema and then wrap up the show with a special dedication.