Yes, more of the Haunted Mansion. I am a bit obsessed. But, to be fair, this is the day we have previously posted video of a ridethrough of Disneyland’s mashup: when The Nightmare Before Christmas invades the Haunted Mansion. So we have that for you. And then, a ridethrough video of Mystic Manor, the version of Haunted Mansion they have at Hong Kong Disneyland. I was at D23 when they were showing the concept info for this…so thrilled as hell to see the ride now. It’ll do until I can get over there. Enjoy.
True enough…we’ve posted this next bit before…but it wasn’t embedded and it was eight years ago. And not even for Halloween. So I would say it’s fair game again. I’m talking about the Edward Haber and Citizen Kafka bit entitled “Abbott and Costello Meet the Antichrist.” Which fills me with joy, so it should for you as well.
It’s Weekend Justice: the Internet’s #1 audio trainwreck, the podcast that’s had all its shots. So it’s all good, okay?
(Widge here. Sorry for the delay…been head down working on a project (let’s take a page from the Uncle Warren playbook and give it a codename–Project Charybdis)…and it’s something that pays the bills, which sadly, Wayhomers and podcasts do not. So.)
(Also: seriously huge spoilers if you have not watched Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and to a lesser extent, the end of Season 4 of Walking Dead.)
It’s Weekend Justice: the Internet’s #1 audio trainwreck and also, collectively, we are the true identity of The Clairvoyant.
It’s Weekend Justice: the Internet’s #1 audio trainwreck–the podcast that can’t hear you because it’s got a bottle of Prosecco in its ear. We said: we can’t hear you, because the podcast has a bottle of Prosecco in its ear!
It’s Weekend Justice: the Internet’s #1 audio trainwreck–the podcast that is stuck outside of our reality trying to talk over another completely different podcast.
It’s Weekend Justice: the Internet’s #1 audio trainwreck–the podcast that is not a doctor, doesn’t play one on TV and doesn’t advocate alcohol…it just prescribes it.
It’s Episode #169 for Saving Mr. Banks, in which our protagonist praises Emma Thompson even though in this instance he can’t stand her, is happy that Ruth Wilson is getting work but wants her to do something else, and bemoans the fact that a spoonful of sugar does not make Atlanta traffic any easier to deal with.