In this episode Andrea and Meagan are joined by theme park journalist Carlye Wisel. They chat about the rise in theme park popularity via social media and what it is like to visit the parks as an adult vs. family vacations growing up.
Meagan and Andrea chat about all things love and lust in this episode, from the hottest animatronics to unintentionally suggestive food and merchandise, overheard trysts and "fairytale" engagements. Happy Valentine's Day!
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The ladies catch up about their holiday travels and whats new at the parks, plus they chat about one of Disneylands first "Love Stories," the Date Night at Disneyland event held in the 50s and 60s that the park still subtly pays homage to even to this day.
In part two Andrea and Meagan take you through the Haunted Mansion Holiday overlay as it exists today, as well as discussing changes from it's opening and the Tokyo Disneyland version. A "Phantom Manor" episode that doesn't exist is briefly discussed which was a mistake and was meant to reference the Mystic Manor episode.
In part one of this two part series the ladies recount the history leading up to the creation of Haunted Mansion Holiday as well as the inspirations and challenges behind The Nightmare Before Christmas film. Tim Burton's relationship with Disney is explored in addition to the ideation leading up to the overlay. Things get a little rocky when Jack Skellington's reproductive abilities come into question.
The ladies brave hovering helicopters, sirens and even a landline telephone to have a chat with legendary Disney Imagineer Rolly Crump and his wife Marie about his time working for Disney as well as his experiences with Walt himself.