Insights Into Entertainment: Episode 70 “A Splash of Soccer”

Disneyland Resort releases details of it’s reopening plan starting on July 17th, the parks 65th anniversary. Disney saves another sport, this time Major League Soccer will be housing it’s next active tournament at ESPN’s Wide World of Sports. And Disney faces backlash over Splash Mountain and it’s “Song of the South” based theme.

In Entertainment News we take a look at the trademark battle brewing between the United States Space Force and Netflix’s Space Force for international merchandising. Then we’ll close out the show with two great Insightful Picks of the Week. Michelle will talk about the Amazon Prime documentary “Bettie Page Reveals All’. Joe highlights the Netflix documentary “History 101”.

Check out our recently published article on this subject available now on Medium.com.

Show Notes

Introduction
Insights Into Entertainment: Episode 70 “A Splash of Soccer”
My energetic and entertaining co-host Michelle Whalen
Disney Detective
Disneyland plans to reopen its parks July 17 but with no parades or character meet-and-greets
https://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/news/2020/06/10/disneyland-california-adventure-reopening-parks-july-17-anaheim/5338425002/
https://bit.ly/2MVyXVq
Disneyland Resort plans to reopen Disneyland and sister theme park Disney’s California Adventure on July 17, the 65th anniversary of Disneyland’s opening.
The Anaheim, California, theme parks will open a week after Walt Disney World in Florida, pending local and state government approval, Disney says in a statement posted on its website Wednesday. The parks have been closed since mid-March during the coronavirus crisis.
The statement says park capacity will be limited, and advance reservations are required. It does not provide any other details except to say they will “be available soon” on the parks’ website.
The parks’ signature parades, nighttime shows and meet-and-greets with Disney characters will not resume immediately. Characters will roam the parks, though.
“It’s time for magic and we look forward to welcoming you back,” the company says.
Shanghai Disneyland was the first Disney park to reopen, in May.
There, Disney limits the number of parkgoers, requires masks and checks the body temperature of everyone entering to make sure they aren’t running a fever, one of the symptoms of the coronavirus. It’s yet to be seen what safety measures are required at Disneyland.
Downtown Disney District, a shopping and entertainment district at Disneyland Resort, will open first, on July 9.
Disney has not said when reservations will open, only that details “will be available soon.”
Three of the hotels in the Disneyland complex are scheduled to open July 23, also pending government approval. They are the luxury Grand California Hotel and Spa, the more moderately priced Paradise Pier Hotel and Disney Vacation Club Villas, a timeshare.
Disney did not say when Disneyland Hotel will reopen.
The reopening can’t come soon enough for Anaheim, where Disneyland is the largest employer. The park’s temporary closure led to projections of a $75 million deficit in the city budget next fiscal year, since hotel room taxes are the biggest source of revenue, city spokesman Mike Lyster said in an interview with USA TODAY.

ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex Welcomes Back Major League Soccer, Hosting MLS is Back Tournament
https://disneyparks.disney.go.com/blog/2020/06/espn-wide-world-of-sports-complex-welcomes-back-major-league-soccer-hosting-mls-is-back-tournament/?CMP=SOC-TWITTER20200610132217&fbclid=IwAR24yzQHvpfRCq67glGeO2InlG8r8nmbM1RENvEaj8X_7PsJtrExp4nz39Q
https://bit.ly/3frywP7
Major League Soccer will resume its 25th season at Walt Disney World Resort, hosting the MLS is Back Tournament at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex from July 8 to August 11.
The unique tournament will include all 26 MLS clubs competing in a continuous schedule of 54 total matches that will take place nearly every day. The matches will count in the 2020 MLS regular season standings, and the tournament winner will also earn a spot in the 2021 Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League.
The event, which will be held without spectators in attendance, will be staged with an emphasis on the health and safety of all players, coaches, staff, crew, and cast members. MLS players and staff will follow specific medical protocols, including regular testing, throughout the tournament.
ESPN Wide World of Sports is excited to continue its longstanding relationship with MLS by hosting the MLS is Back Tournament. Previously, ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex hosted the 1998 MLS preseason, as well as events for the 1998 and 2019 MLS All-Star Games.
For more information about the MLS is Back Tournament, including the detailed competition format and information about the live draw taking place tomorrow, June 11, visit http://www.mlssoccer.com.

Disney fans call for Splash Mountain ride to be re-themed
https://www.wesh.com/article/disney-splash-mountain-re-themed-petition/32828148?fbclid=IwAR1LLAU7RNYZq9v3z1PCCKYrmmSJtPw0ek5tezFNI9yn-p5ATEa2Si2O70w#
https://bit.ly/30DMQj3
One of Disney’s best-loved rides is based on a film widely considered the studio’s most racist.
Splash Mountain, a mainstay at both Walt Disney World in Central Florida and Disneyland in California, stars the animated characters from “Song of the South,” the 1946 film long criticized for stereotypes of “spiritual” black men and its seemingly nostalgic view of the antebellum South.
Fans want to keep the ride. But they’re asking Disney to scrap all mention of the movie.
A number of suggestions have cropped up urging Disney to retheme the popular ride. The most widely shared one proposes retooling it for “The Princess and the Frog,” the first Disney film to introduce a black princess. Some of them have turned into Change.org petitions.
The petitions come at a time when companies — and the country — are reckoning with their own biases and, on occasion, racist histories.
The problems with ‘Song of the South’
Splash Mountain stars Brer Rabbit and Brer Fox, along with all the ducks & chickens & frogs who share their Southern home, and culminates in a tall drop that sends riders straight through the thorny briar. But the animated characters that appear throughout originated in the 1946 film, “Song of the South,” best known for the song “Zip-a-dee-doo-dah.”
The film has long been criticized for its romanticized view of the post-Civil War South. The Guardian’s Scott Tobias wrote in 2019 that the “world and themes of both [the live-action portion and animated segments starring Brer Rabbit] reinforce a nostalgia for a plantation in the Reconstruction era.”
Brer Rabbit’s history is controversial, too.
According to Encyclopedia Britannica, he was a figure in African folklore that traveled with slaves to the US. Then, in the mid-19th century, author Joel Chandler Harris took the character and popularized it in stories that adopted the dialect he picked up from slaves.
Harris’ stories were narrated by an old black man named Uncle Remus, who regales the son of a plantation owner with stories about Brer Rabbit and his animal companions. Those stories formed the basis for “Song of the South.”
Today, scholars and readers say Harris’ stories employ unquestionably racist stereotypes.
Disney, which unearthed dozens of forgotten films to stream on Disney+, decided to keep “Song of the South” in the vault. It never got a wide at-home release in the US either because of criticisms of racism.
But Disneyland opened Splash Mountain in 1989, decades after the film debuted and was denied a video release. Uncle Remus doesn’t appear anywhere in the ride, but the country animals still speak in the same dialect Harris used in his stories and Disney used in the film.
Frederick Chambers, who said he works at Disneyland in California, told CNN that his coworker shared a “re-theme Splash Mountain challenge.”
Chambers, who for years has developed an idea to change the ride’s theme to “The Princess and the Frog” and talked about it often with his fellow “cast members,” saw the same idea discussed in Disney fan circles.
His concept for the “Princess and the Frog” theme quickly took off online.
“It turns out many people see the same issues with the attraction I do,” he said.
Chambers said he believes the re-theme is “very plausible” and pointed to how Disney’s done it before: In a matter of months, the park Disney California Adventure changed the theme of its Tower of Terror ride, based on “The Twilight Zone,” to Marvel’s “Guardians of the Galaxy.”
“The bones of the attraction are good, but I think it’s time for us to take a serious look at where our stories come from and how people of color are represented on screen and in the parks,” he said.
The parks have been responded to criticism in the past. In 2018, both Disney’s Magic Kingdom and Disneyland updated a scene in “Pirates of the Caribbean” that formerly showed pirates chasing and auctioning off women.
Now, the updated scene shows pirates — the female animatronic who was up for auction in the old scene among them — auctioning off items from the village they pillaged.

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Entertainment News
Trump’s Space Force Loses Early Trademark Battle to Netflix’s Space Force
https://consequenceofsound.net/2020/06/trump-netflix-space-force-copyright/?fbclid=IwAR0CAK325ZQywix2ad40fclw1g9T_5pNo8h0G1YU0GsUzQlRs42AMfVfewk
https://bit.ly/3hpBaGH
As President Donald Trump continues to lose his fascist grip over America, so too does his precious Space Force over Netflix’s hit comedy-of-the-same-name. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the streaming giant has beat the US government at securing trademark rights for Space Force in Europe, Australia, Mexico, and elsewhere.
What about America? Good question. So far, the Air Force has a pending application based on an intent to use, though nothing has been made official. The US operates on a “first-to-use” trademark registration system, which is based on actual use of commerce opposed to first come, first served like every other country around the world. For their part, Netflix began submitting trademark applications for Space Force as early as January 2019.
All of which is to suggest that this could lead to some legal mumbo jumbo between the US and Netflix, even despite parodies being protected under trademark law. The Hollywood Reporter uses the example of a “Space Force” jumper being sold in retail stores: “Who’s selling? The US military or Netflix? Trademarks help clarify the source of goods and services.”
Given Trump’s unpredictable nature, it’s anyone’s guess how he’ll react upon learning that Netflix is seeking to one up his beloved Space Force. As attorney Ed Timberlake told The Hollywood Reporter, “Here, the branch is so new, and the executive branch so commercialized, and the commander in chief so attention-seeking, that I’m not sure we can know quite what to expect.”
So far, so good, though, as an Air Force spokesperson told the publication: “At this time, we are not aware of any trademark conflicts with the fictional program Space Force produced by Netflix. We wish Netflix and the show’s producers the best in their creative depiction of our nation’s newest branch of the military.”
Needless to say, this is a developing story. Meanwhile, the Steve Carell-led series is currently streaming on Netflix, and while it’s hardly worth your time, it’s nice to know its mere existence may prove to be a headache for our schmucko commander

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Insightful Picks
Michelle
Bettie Page Reveals All
Amazon Prime
https://www.amazon.com/Bettie-Page-Reveals-All/dp/B00J63UA66
Bettie Page Reveals All is a 2012 documentary film about the life history and cultural influence of Bettie Page. Directed by Mark Mori, much of its narration is from audiotape interviews with Page. Individuals offering commentary on Page and her significance include Dita Von Teese, Hugh Hefner, Rebecca Romijn, Tempest Storm, Bunny Yeager, Paula Klaw, Jessicka, Mamie Van Doren and Naomi Campbell.
The world’s greatest pinup model and cult icon, Bettie Page, recounts the true story of how her free expression overcame government witch-hunts to help launch America’s sexual revolution.
Joe
History 101
Netflix
https://www.netflix.com/title/81116168
Infographics and archival footage deliver bite-size history lessons on scientific breakthroughs, social movements and world-changing discoveries.
It is a new type of history show for a new type of audience: Big History delivered in an unadulterated hit of premium archive and jaw-dropping infographics.
The topics are extremely selective and activist at best
There is a definite bias in the episodes and story telling but there was something of interest to learn from each episode even though it’s a mostly fluff history lesson

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  • Introduction
    • Insights Into Entertainment: Episode 70 “A Splash of Soccer”
    • My energetic and entertaining co-host Michelle Whalen
  • Disney Detective
    • Disneyland plans to reopen its parks July 17 but with no parades or character meet-and-greets
    • https://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/news/2020/06/10/disneyland-california-adventure-reopening-parks-july-17-anaheim/5338425002/
    • https://bit.ly/2MVyXVq 
      • Disneyland Resort plans to reopen Disneyland and sister theme park Disney’s California Adventure on July 17, the 65th anniversary of Disneyland’s opening.
      • The Anaheim, California, theme parks will open a week after Walt Disney World in Florida,  pending local and state government approval, Disney says in a statement posted on its website Wednesday. The parks have been closed since mid-March during the coronavirus crisis.
      • The statement says park capacity will be limited, and advance reservations are required. It does not provide any other details except to say they will “be available soon” on the parks’ website. 
      • The parks’ signature parades, nighttime shows and meet-and-greets with Disney characters will not resume immediately. Characters will roam the parks, though.
      • “It’s time for magic and we look forward to welcoming you back,” the company says.
      • Shanghai Disneyland was the first Disney park to reopen, in May. 
      • There, Disney limits the number of parkgoers, requires masks and checks the body temperature of everyone entering to make sure they aren’t running a fever, one of the symptoms of the coronavirus. It’s yet to be seen what safety measures are required at Disneyland.
      • Downtown Disney District, a shopping and entertainment district at Disneyland Resort, will open first, on July 9.

Disney has not said when reservations will open, only that details “will be available soon.”

  • Three of the hotels in the Disneyland complex are scheduled to open July 23, also pending government approval. They are the luxury Grand California Hotel and Spa, the more moderately priced Paradise Pier Hotel and Disney Vacation Club Villas, a timeshare.
  • Disney did not say when Disneyland Hotel will reopen.
  • The reopening can’t come soon enough for Anaheim, where Disneyland is the largest employer. The park’s temporary closure led to projections of a $75 million deficit in the city budget next fiscal year, since hotel room taxes are the biggest source of revenue, city spokesman Mike Lyster said in an interview with USA TODAY.
  • ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex Welcomes Back Major League Soccer, Hosting MLS is Back Tournament
  • https://disneyparks.disney.go.com/blog/2020/06/espn-wide-world-of-sports-complex-welcomes-back-major-league-soccer-hosting-mls-is-back-tournament/?CMP=SOC-TWITTER20200610132217&fbclid=IwAR24yzQHvpfRCq67glGeO2InlG8r8nmbM1RENvEaj8X_7PsJtrExp4nz39Q
  • https://bit.ly/3frywP7 
    • Major League Soccer will resume its 25th season at Walt Disney World Resort, hosting the MLS is Back Tournament at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex from July 8 to August 11. 
    • The unique tournament will include all 26 MLS clubs competing in a continuous schedule of 54 total matches that will take place nearly every day. The matches will count in the 2020 MLS regular season standings, and the tournament winner will also earn a spot in the 2021 Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League.
    • The event, which will be held without spectators in attendance, will be staged with an emphasis on the health and safety of all players, coaches, staff, crew, and cast members. MLS players and staff will follow specific medical protocols, including regular testing, throughout the tournament.
    • ESPN Wide World of Sports is excited to continue its longstanding relationship with MLS by hosting the MLS is Back Tournament. Previously, ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex hosted the 1998 MLS preseason, as well as events for the 1998 and 2019 MLS All-Star Games.
    • For more information about the MLS is Back Tournament, including the detailed competition format and information about the live draw taking place tomorrow, June 11, visit www.mlssoccer.com.
  • Disney fans call for Splash Mountain ride to be re-themed
  • https://www.wesh.com/article/disney-splash-mountain-re-themed-petition/32828148?fbclid=IwAR1LLAU7RNYZq9v3z1PCCKYrmmSJtPw0ek5tezFNI9yn-p5ATEa2Si2O70w#
  • https://bit.ly/30DMQj3 
    • One of Disney’s best-loved rides is based on a film widely considered the studio’s most racist.
    • Splash Mountain, a mainstay at both Walt Disney World in Central Florida and Disneyland in California, stars the animated characters from “Song of the South,” the 1946 film long criticized for stereotypes of “spiritual” black men and its seemingly nostalgic view of the antebellum South.
    • Fans want to keep the ride. But they’re asking Disney to scrap all mention of the movie.
    • A number of suggestions have cropped up urging Disney to retheme the popular ride. The most widely shared one proposes retooling it for “The Princess and the Frog,” the first Disney film to introduce a black princess. Some of them have turned into Change.org petitions.
    • The petitions come at a time when companies — and the country — are reckoning with their own biases and, on occasion, racist histories.
    • The problems with ‘Song of the South’
    • Splash Mountain stars Brer Rabbit and Brer Fox, along with all the ducks & chickens & frogs who share their Southern home, and culminates in a tall drop that sends riders straight through the thorny briar. But the animated characters that appear throughout originated in the 1946 film, “Song of the South,” best known for the song “Zip-a-dee-doo-dah.”
    • The film has long been criticized for its romanticized view of the post-Civil War South. The Guardian’s Scott Tobias wrote in 2019 that the “world and themes of both [the live-action portion and animated segments starring Brer Rabbit] reinforce a nostalgia for a plantation in the Reconstruction era.”
    • Brer Rabbit’s history is controversial, too.
    • According to Encyclopedia Britannica, he was a figure in African folklore that traveled with slaves to the US. Then, in the mid-19th century, author Joel Chandler Harris took the character and popularized it in stories that adopted the dialect he picked up from slaves.
    • Harris’ stories were narrated by an old black man named Uncle Remus, who regales the son of a plantation owner with stories about Brer Rabbit and his animal companions. Those stories formed the basis for “Song of the South.”
    • Today, scholars and readers say Harris’ stories employ unquestionably racist stereotypes.
    • Disney, which unearthed dozens of forgotten films to stream on Disney+, decided to keep “Song of the South” in the vault. It never got a wide at-home release in the US either because of criticisms of racism.
    • But Disneyland opened Splash Mountain in 1989, decades after the film debuted and was denied a video release. Uncle Remus doesn’t appear anywhere in the ride, but the country animals still speak in the same dialect Harris used in his stories and Disney used in the film.
    • Frederick Chambers, who said he works at Disneyland in California, told CNN that his coworker shared a “re-theme Splash Mountain challenge.”
    • Chambers, who for years has developed an idea to change the ride’s theme to “The Princess and the Frog” and talked about it often with his fellow “cast members,” saw the same idea discussed in Disney fan circles.
    • His concept for the “Princess and the Frog” theme quickly took off online.
    • “It turns out many people see the same issues with the attraction I do,” he said.
    • Chambers said he believes the re-theme is “very plausible” and pointed to how Disney’s done it before: In a matter of months, the park Disney California Adventure changed the theme of its Tower of Terror ride, based on “The Twilight Zone,” to Marvel’s “Guardians of the Galaxy.”
    • “The bones of the attraction are good, but I think it’s time for us to take a serious look at where our stories come from and how people of color are represented on screen and in the parks,” he said.
    • The parks have been responded to criticism in the past. In 2018, both Disney’s Magic Kingdom and Disneyland updated a scene in “Pirates of the Caribbean” that formerly showed pirates chasing and auctioning off women.
    • Now, the updated scene shows pirates — the female animatronic who was up for auction in the old scene among them — auctioning off items from the village they pillaged.

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  • Entertainment News
    • Trump’s Space Force Loses Early Trademark Battle to Netflix’s Space Force
    • https://consequenceofsound.net/2020/06/trump-netflix-space-force-copyright/?fbclid=IwAR0CAK325ZQywix2ad40fclw1g9T_5pNo8h0G1YU0GsUzQlRs42AMfVfewk
    • https://bit.ly/3hpBaGH 
      • As President Donald Trump continues to lose his fascist grip over America, so too does his precious Space Force over Netflix’s hit comedy-of-the-same-name. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the streaming giant has beat the US government at securing trademark rights for Space Force in Europe, Australia, Mexico, and elsewhere.
      • What about America? Good question. So far, the Air Force has a pending application based on an intent to use, though nothing has been made official. The US operates on a “first-to-use” trademark registration system, which is based on actual use of commerce opposed to first come, first served like every other country around the world. For their part, Netflix began submitting trademark applications for Space Force as early as January 2019.
      • All of which is to suggest that this could lead to some legal mumbo jumbo between the US and Netflix, even despite parodies being protected under trademark law. The Hollywood Reporter uses the example of a “Space Force” jumper being sold in retail stores: “Who’s selling? The US military or Netflix? Trademarks help clarify the source of goods and services.”
      • Given Trump’s unpredictable nature, it’s anyone’s guess how he’ll react upon learning that Netflix is seeking to one up his beloved Space Force. As attorney Ed Timberlake told The Hollywood Reporter, “Here, the branch is so new, and the executive branch so commercialized, and the commander in chief so attention-seeking, that I’m not sure we can know quite what to expect.”
      • So far, so good, though, as an Air Force spokesperson told the publication: “At this time, we are not aware of any trademark conflicts with the fictional program Space Force produced by Netflix. We wish Netflix and the show’s producers the best in their creative depiction of our nation’s newest branch of the military.”
      • Needless to say, this is a developing story. Meanwhile, the Steve Carell-led series is currently streaming on Netflix, and while it’s hardly worth your time, it’s nice to know its mere existence may prove to be a headache for our schmucko commander

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  • Insightful Picks
    • Michelle
      • Bettie Page Reveals All
      • Amazon Prime
      • https://www.amazon.com/Bettie-Page-Reveals-All/dp/B00J63UA66 
      • Bettie Page Reveals All is a 2012 documentary film about the life history and cultural influence of Bettie Page. Directed by Mark Mori, much of its narration is from audiotape interviews with Page. Individuals offering commentary on Page and her significance include Dita Von Teese, Hugh Hefner, Rebecca Romijn, Tempest Storm, Bunny Yeager, Paula Klaw, Jessicka, Mamie Van Doren and Naomi Campbell.
      • The world’s greatest pinup model and cult icon, Bettie Page, recounts the true story of how her free expression overcame government witch-hunts to help launch America’s sexual revolution.
    • Joe
      • History 101
      • Netflix
      • https://www.netflix.com/title/81116168
        • Infographics and archival footage deliver bite-size history lessons on scientific breakthroughs, social movements and world-changing discoveries. 
        • It is a new type of history show for a new type of audience: Big History delivered in an unadulterated hit of premium archive and jaw-dropping infographics.
        • The topics are extremely selective and activist at best
        • There is a definite bias in the episodes and story telling but there was something of interest to learn from each episode even though it’s a mostly fluff history lesson

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insights into things a podcast network

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welcome to insights into entertainment a

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podcast series taking a deeper look into

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entertainment and media your hosts

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Joseph and Michelle Waylon a

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husband-and-wife team of pop culture

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fanatics are exploring all things from

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music and movies to television and

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fandom

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welcome to insight and entertainment

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this is episode 70 a splash of soccer I

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am your host Joseph Whelan along with

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darth e my cat and my energetic and

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entertaining co-host michelle rayless

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pirates have parrots and podcasters have

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cats right Sith Lords have cash or go

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with that she seems content we’ll see

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how long it laughs yeah she’s very

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Sphinx you looking up there yeah sure is

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so so how you doing this week sweetheart

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doing okay it seems like it was a very

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long week like like it went a day longer

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than it probably should

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yeah yeah just very very long and you

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know it was like weeks where Fridays

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should have got here on Thursday yeah

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yeah and like Saturday it’s like oh wow

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it’s like yeah so we’ve got some

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information in our Disney detective this

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week about Disneyland reopening which is

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good news yeah and then ESPN Wide World

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of Sports will be hosting Major League

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Soccer in addition to the NBA story we

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talked about last week and Disney fans

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are angry at Splash Mountain and we’ll

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talk about why they are in our

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entertainment news Trump’s space force

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apparently lost a trademark battle to

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Netflix’s space force I think the real

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toss-up is which one’s more of a joke

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[Laughter]

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and then we’ll finish up with our

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insightful picks of the week like we

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usually do yeah couple of good ones this

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week ready to get into it sure let’s do

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it all right

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go for Disney detective so news came out

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this week that Disneyland now has a

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opening date for when they’re going to

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be opening their parks so it seems that

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Disney Land and its sister Park Disney’s

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California Adventure we’ll both be

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opening on July 17th and this is the

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65th anniversary of Disneyland’s opening

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so the Anaheim theme parks will open a

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week after the Walt Disney World parks

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in Florida will be opening everything is

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still kind of pending with it but it

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looks like you know this is where things

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will be going the parks signature

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parades nighttime shows and meet and

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greets with characters will not resume

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immediately but characters will be

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roaming the parks and that’s pretty much

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what they’re doing in Florida as well

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now as of right now reservations haven’t

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opened up yet I guess they’re probably

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dealing with people that already had

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reservations and trying to confirm or

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cancel those existing to kind of see the

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Downtown Disney district that California

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has which is the entertainment and enter

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shopping area that’s actually planning

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to open on July 9th so they haven’t had

0:04:17.919,0:04:23.979
anything open where in Florida they

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already had Disney Springs open for a

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little while before the parks actually

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started opening now three of the hotels

0:04:29.200,0:04:34.930
in the Disneyland complex are actually

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scheduled to open on July 23rd also

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pending government approval those are

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the Grand Californian Hotel & Spa

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Paradise Pier Hotel and Disney Vacation

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Club villas which is the timeshare

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that’s down there

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Disney has not said though when

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Disneyland Hotel will reopen and that

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was the original hotel so as of right

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now they’re not opening up everything

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obviously it can’t come soon enough

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because Disneyland is the largest

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employer of the Anaheim area so here

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you know now that they’re starting to

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get back to opening that’s obviously

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putting a you know a huge amount of

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people back to work which which is a

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good thing so glad to hear you know

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things are slowly starting to come back

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for Disneyland now I have they announced

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any restrictions on their like I know

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when we talked about Universal Orlando’s

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their initial opening was just for pants

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holders right they were just for pass

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holders and this is they haven’t really

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come out with too much yet I’m guessing

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it’s probably going to be pass holders

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vacation club owners you’ll probably

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like I said if you already had a

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reservation they’re probably going

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through because I’m sure a lot of people

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cancelled so they’re probably trying to

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figure out how many people they can have

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in in the parks we know Shanghai opened

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at about thirty percent capacity

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I’m sure Universal has been been doing

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the same Disney World will be probably

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doing you know the same so they’ll you

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know I’m sure California is probably

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sticking to that as well and again since

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its you know a week after Disney World

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will be opening I’m sure they’re gonna

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be having a lot of the same you know

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policies right you know in place so now

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the week delay for Disneyland was that a

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Disney imposed light or is that a

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California I don’t know it didn’t it

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didn’t say in the article or anything

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that I saw it might have just been the

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California because basically every state

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is doing their own thing you know we

0:06:48.330,0:06:52.950
happen to live in New Jersey every week

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there’s another update of what can be

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open as far as for theme parks in our

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area we we have a couple they haven’t

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even been allowed you know to open up

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yet I do know as a matter of fact the

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Cape May zoo obviously not a huge huge

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draw but they actually were opening up

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today limited amount of people masks not

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required but suggested

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you know but in terms of we have Six

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Flags Great Adventure they haven’t you

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know mentioned anything about those

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dates being open we were down at the

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Jersey Shore the other weekend

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none of the amusement rides you know

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were we’re up and running you know it

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was very limited things so it’s probably

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a you know week by week thing yeah and

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you know I I think seeing someone like

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Disney be the the leader the nationwide

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leader in in opening up first is

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probably a good thing because they’ve

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got probably the most resources

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available to do it right oh absolutely

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and to test the waters and kind of see

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how things go now I know one of the

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stories when we talked about in a couple

0:08:15.150,0:08:20.099
of weeks ago with California’s not

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really knowing what dates obviously

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Disneyland wasn’t the only one affected

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you had Six Flags out there you have

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Knott’s Berry Farms you have Universal

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out there too you know I haven’t seen

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anything pop up with with those dates

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but you figure if you know the state of

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California is saying this is when you

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can open up I’m sure they’re probably

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you know and they might be kind of

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holding back going you know what let

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Disney do it first and let’s kind of see

0:08:49.890,0:08:58.260
how how it goes and then if it seems to

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be going okay maybe we can kind of you

0:08:58.260,0:09:05.459
know follow suit okay cool so tell us

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about the major league soccer coming

0:09:05.459,0:09:10.800
through so you know as we talked about

0:09:08.279,0:09:12.839
you know for a couple of weeks about the

0:09:10.800,0:09:15.510
NBA was going back and forth and we were

0:09:12.839,0:09:18.839
saying hmm I wonder what other sporting

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events they could hold and it seems like

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Major League Soccer will resume their

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25th season at Walt Disney World Resort

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at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex

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it will be their tournament will

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be from July 8th to August 11th and the

0:09:38.430,0:09:44.160
unique tournament will include all 26

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clubs competing in a continuous schedule

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of 54 total matches that’ll take place

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nearly every day the matches will count

0:09:50.550,0:09:56.460
towards the 2020 MLS regular season

0:09:53.790,0:10:00.120
standing and the tournament winner will

0:09:56.460,0:10:03.000
earn a spot in the 2021 championship

0:10:00.120,0:10:05.940
league match the event will be held

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without spectators in attendance will be

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staged with an emphasis on the safety

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and health of all the players coaches

0:10:10.680,0:10:17.400
staff crew and cast members previously

0:10:14.490,0:10:23.070
the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex

0:10:17.400,0:10:27.930
hosted the 1998 MLS preseason as well as

0:10:23.070,0:10:29.820
other events in 1998 and 2019 their

0:10:27.930,0:10:32.280
all-star game so it’s not like they

0:10:29.820,0:10:34.500
haven’t done it before this is the first

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time that they’re actually hosting the

0:10:34.500,0:10:39.630
whole season so it sounds like why

0:10:38.310,0:10:42.000
world’s worst is gonna be a pretty

0:10:39.630,0:10:44.610
crowded place yeah it really does and

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you know what it’s a beautiful area you

0:10:44.610,0:10:48.680
know for the couple of times that that

0:10:46.920,0:10:51.840
we’ve been there during marathon

0:10:48.680,0:10:55.170
weekend’s it almost seems a shame that

0:10:51.840,0:10:57.960
they don’t have more you know going on

0:10:55.170,0:10:59.970
but you know I guess during the year

0:10:57.960,0:11:04.050
teams are actually playing in their

0:10:59.970,0:11:07.440
perspective home stadiums which makes

0:11:04.050,0:11:10.170
sense but it’s nice to see it’s getting

0:11:07.440,0:11:13.500
a we don’t have to worry about playing

0:11:10.170,0:11:15.360
for fans in a local venue you can all go

0:11:13.500,0:11:18.750
to a centralized location to do right

0:11:15.360,0:11:20.490
right the only thing is what kind of

0:11:18.750,0:11:22.770
feel does that have I mean it’s almost

0:11:20.490,0:11:26.220
like a high school you know soccer match

0:11:22.770,0:11:28.380
at that point yeah and and that’s the

0:11:26.220,0:11:31.560
thing is I really didn’t spend too much

0:11:28.380,0:11:36.630
time outside maddie was actually the one

0:11:31.560,0:11:39.630
that ran when she did her her two-mile

0:11:36.630,0:11:42.120
or one mile I can’t even remember I

0:11:39.630,0:11:44.580
think it was yeah one mile she she did

0:11:42.120,0:11:47.230
it outside and she did it around kind of

0:11:44.580,0:11:49.780
the area so you know

0:11:47.230,0:11:53.470
I’m not really sure how many teams they

0:11:49.780,0:11:56.410
can play at one time or whatnot

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yeah and I’m curious how the facilities

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are situated for the filming of it

0:12:01.840,0:12:06.100
because obviously they’re filming this

0:12:03.720,0:12:07.780
I’m sure they’re they’re you know

0:12:06.100,0:12:13.290
they’re gonna be filming it so it’ll be

0:12:07.780,0:12:17.440
interesting to see what technical cache

0:12:13.290,0:12:19.240
it’ll be interesting to to see you know

0:12:17.440,0:12:22.530
are they doing anything live are they

0:12:19.240,0:12:25.420
just taping it to show at another time

0:12:22.530,0:12:28.180
you know like how many matches are they

0:12:25.420,0:12:30.100
doing you know at the same time are they

0:12:28.180,0:12:32.260
doing multiple matches at the same time

0:12:30.100,0:12:34.120
or is it you know you have this two hour

0:12:32.260,0:12:36.430
slot you have this two hour slot you

0:12:34.120,0:12:38.410
have the you know like yeah because they

0:12:36.430,0:12:40.270
have several fields there they have

0:12:38.410,0:12:43.230
going at one time yeah and you figured

0:12:40.270,0:12:46.540
they’re they have to play 54 matches in

0:12:43.230,0:12:48.160
you know a little over a month so

0:12:46.540,0:12:51.430
there’s obviously gonna be multiple

0:12:48.160,0:12:54.310
matches you know on a given day so

0:12:51.430,0:12:56.830
should be interesting it might be an

0:12:54.310,0:12:59.440
interesting experiment into how the new

0:12:56.830,0:13:01.090
normal is moving forward yeah and and

0:12:59.440,0:13:03.400
that’s the other thing too with like the

0:13:01.090,0:13:06.400
NBA you know they’re gonna want to

0:13:03.400,0:13:08.920
broadcast those you know matches you

0:13:06.400,0:13:12.130
know those games as well because as

0:13:08.920,0:13:16.630
we’ve been saying everybody starved you

0:13:12.130,0:13:19.900
know to watch for things the bet on that

0:13:16.630,0:13:23.680
so again you know maybe you’re gonna get

0:13:19.900,0:13:25.990
a whole bunch of new NBA fans and maybe

0:13:23.680,0:13:28.840
you’re gonna get a whole bunch of new

0:13:25.990,0:13:30.340
soccer fans from it because they can’t

0:13:28.840,0:13:31.630
since they’re all gonna be in the same

0:13:30.340,0:13:35.680
area at the same time you might get some

0:13:31.630,0:13:37.840
crossover exactly you know I never saw

0:13:35.680,0:13:40.770
you play before I kind of like you now

0:13:37.840,0:13:44.680
so should be interesting yeah should be

0:13:40.770,0:13:50.440
so tell us about Splash Mountain

0:13:44.680,0:13:50.920
so obviously the climate of the world

0:13:50.440,0:13:56.670
today

0:13:50.920,0:14:00.970
with everything that’s going on there’s

0:13:56.670,0:14:02.670
how do you say it you know gently I

0:14:00.970,0:14:05.890
guess

0:14:02.670,0:14:13.000
things are changing and for the good you

0:14:05.890,0:14:16.690
know it’s a long time coming and you

0:14:13.000,0:14:18.550
know now things that you know haven’t

0:14:16.690,0:14:23.410
been talked about or being talked about

0:14:18.550,0:14:26.020
and again I think it’s four for the best

0:14:23.410,0:14:28.390
so Splash Mountain is a mainstay at both

0:14:26.020,0:14:31.750
Walt Disney World in Florida and in

0:14:28.390,0:14:34.750
caliph and Disneyland in California and

0:14:31.750,0:14:38.140
it stars animated characters from Song

0:14:34.750,0:14:42.790
of the South which is a 1946 film that

0:14:38.140,0:14:45.700
has long been criticized for being for

0:14:42.790,0:14:48.460
stereotyping the spiritual black man and

0:14:45.700,0:14:52.420
a seemingly nostalgic view of the

0:14:48.460,0:14:55.420
antebellum South so if you’ve never seen

0:14:52.420,0:14:58.120
the movie is a good chance you know not

0:14:55.420,0:14:59.770
many people have because it’s one of

0:14:58.120,0:15:02.590
those movies that they’ve never

0:14:59.770,0:15:08.440
rereleased it it never came out of the

0:15:02.590,0:15:10.570
vault just because it has very racial

0:15:08.440,0:15:15.760
undertones because it takes place during

0:15:10.570,0:15:17.980
the south during Reconstruction and so

0:15:15.760,0:15:20.020
again people know the songs from it

0:15:17.980,0:15:25.090
people know some of the characters and

0:15:20.020,0:15:28.570
when the ride was was built they you

0:15:25.090,0:15:30.580
know they picked characters from it but

0:15:28.570,0:15:36.100
again it doesn’t tell the whole story of

0:15:30.580,0:15:38.920
of the movie or the time period so there

0:15:36.100,0:15:41.650
are fans now seeing all these changes

0:15:38.920,0:15:43.540
going around in in the world not just

0:15:41.650,0:15:46.650
our own country but you know in other

0:15:43.540,0:15:51.100
countries as well they kind of feel that

0:15:46.650,0:15:53.590
Disney should scrap any mention of Song

0:15:51.100,0:15:56.620
of the South in in the ride that they

0:15:53.590,0:15:59.020
should reimagine it and and change it up

0:15:56.620,0:16:01.750
you know and some of the issues that

0:15:59.020,0:16:03.730
they have is that Splash Mountain stars

0:16:01.750,0:16:05.890
Brer Rabbit and Brer Fox

0:16:03.730,0:16:08.680
along with ducks and chickens and frogs

0:16:05.890,0:16:10.690
who share their southern home and it

0:16:08.680,0:16:14.830
culminates obviously with the tall drop

0:16:10.690,0:16:18.940
that sends you know riders through

0:16:14.830,0:16:22.870
and it ends with a grand finale of the

0:16:18.940,0:16:25.500
main song from it Zippity doo-dah so the

0:16:22.870,0:16:27.940
film has been criticized for its

0:16:25.500,0:16:32.050
romanticizing view of the post-civil war

0:16:27.940,0:16:35.970
south and that you know they’re

0:16:32.050,0:16:39.700
basically saying that you know the movie

0:16:35.970,0:16:43.080
wrote you know again romanticizes the

0:16:39.700,0:16:47.640
nostalgia for a plantation life in the

0:16:43.080,0:16:53.530
reconstruction error so according to

0:16:47.640,0:16:55.930
encyclopædia Britannica Brer Rabbit was

0:16:53.530,0:16:58.420
a figure in African folklore that

0:16:55.930,0:17:02.500
traveled with the slaves to the US and

0:16:58.420,0:17:05.589
then in the mid 19th century the author

0:17:02.500,0:17:08.650
Joel Chandler Harris took the character

0:17:05.589,0:17:10.630
and popularized in stories that adapted

0:17:08.650,0:17:13.510
the dialect that he picked up from the

0:17:10.630,0:17:16.330
slaves his stories were narrated by an

0:17:13.510,0:17:19.390
old black man named Uncle Remus who

0:17:16.330,0:17:22.030
regales the son of a plantation owner

0:17:19.390,0:17:25.510
with stories about Brer Rabbit and his

0:17:22.030,0:17:27.490
animal companions and that’s what the

0:17:25.510,0:17:30.970
song of the south movie is based off of

0:17:27.490,0:17:34.900
it’s based off of you know this older

0:17:30.970,0:17:37.330
gentleman telling stories about these

0:17:34.900,0:17:39.760
characters that were handed down from

0:17:37.330,0:17:44.230
slaves so that’s where the controversy

0:17:39.760,0:17:47.350
of the movie comes but again Uncle Remus

0:17:44.230,0:17:49.570
isn’t part of the ride it’s only you

0:17:47.350,0:17:53.110
know the animals that are part of the

0:17:49.570,0:17:54.820
ride and the song so that’s where you

0:17:53.110,0:17:57.160
know there are some Disney fans now

0:17:54.820,0:17:59.830
again some Disney fans are like keep it

0:17:57.160,0:18:01.890
it’s fine there’s nothing you know wrong

0:17:59.830,0:18:04.840
with it where there are others that say

0:18:01.890,0:18:08.680
you know what you’ve reimagined other

0:18:04.840,0:18:11.890
rides why not do this one for for a

0:18:08.680,0:18:15.090
change you know and again it’s not like

0:18:11.890,0:18:18.520
they haven’t done it before in the past

0:18:15.090,0:18:21.850
you had the Twilight Zone Tower of

0:18:18.520,0:18:24.130
Terror in California now granted it was

0:18:21.850,0:18:27.140
basically just a hey we’re gonna change

0:18:24.130,0:18:30.320
up this ride and they changed it to

0:18:27.140,0:18:32.300
Marvel’s guardians of the galaxy but if

0:18:30.320,0:18:35.510
you do recall there were issues with

0:18:32.300,0:18:38.120
Pirates of the Caribbean where for so

0:18:35.510,0:18:40.480
many years you know the women were being

0:18:38.120,0:18:44.060
auctioned off the women were being

0:18:40.480,0:18:46.700
chased around and they went in and they

0:18:44.060,0:18:50.210
changed it so now women are the ones

0:18:46.700,0:18:52.120
chasing some of the Pirates and when

0:18:50.210,0:18:55.280
they’re doing the auction it’s not

0:18:52.120,0:18:58.910
people the the women are being auctioned

0:18:55.280,0:19:00.770
off as brides the people are being their

0:18:58.910,0:19:04.280
stuff is being auctioned off so they’ve

0:19:00.770,0:19:06.740
kind of pea seed the version of that

0:19:04.280,0:19:09.020
ride so there are people that have been

0:19:06.740,0:19:12.140
saying you could totally keep the

0:19:09.020,0:19:14.600
southern expect of it but change it to a

0:19:12.140,0:19:18.710
princess and the frog themed ride

0:19:14.600,0:19:21.530
because you have this you know movie you

0:19:18.710,0:19:25.370
know to take from if you wanted to to

0:19:21.530,0:19:27.230
redeem it so again you know some people

0:19:25.370,0:19:28.970
are saying just leave it alone it’s fine

0:19:27.230,0:19:32.390
and then others are saying you know what

0:19:28.970,0:19:35.240
maybe it’s time for a change so well I

0:19:32.390,0:19:37.790
knew and I talked about this earlier and

0:19:35.240,0:19:39.350
and my stance on them is I don’t think

0:19:37.790,0:19:41.150
you need to change you don’t need to

0:19:39.350,0:19:43.420
redeem the Rhine I think if anything

0:19:41.150,0:19:47.800
this is an excellent opportunity to

0:19:43.420,0:19:51.620
educate people to bring in you know

0:19:47.800,0:19:55.490
appropriate elements because the movie

0:19:51.620,0:19:58.250
itself does talk about a heritage it

0:19:55.490,0:20:00.770
talks about black heritage it does it in

0:19:58.250,0:20:04.670
a way that could be demeaning and

0:20:00.770,0:20:08.600
insulting but I think you can easily

0:20:04.670,0:20:12.460
overcome those objections by theming

0:20:08.600,0:20:15.620
your message to be more inclusive and

0:20:12.460,0:20:18.310
more understanding and I think this is

0:20:15.620,0:20:23.000
an excellent opportunity that Disney has

0:20:18.310,0:20:26.240
to take something that for whatever

0:20:23.000,0:20:28.400
reason is becoming controversial and use

0:20:26.240,0:20:30.560
it to try to help the situation

0:20:28.400,0:20:32.980
you know don’t back down and don’t

0:20:30.560,0:20:35.540
change it because people are complaining

0:20:32.980,0:20:37.100
reframe the way the message is of the

0:20:35.540,0:20:39.310
ride so that so that you could educate

0:20:37.100,0:20:41.620
people and bring awareness

0:20:39.310,0:20:44.260
to these issues try to make things

0:20:41.620,0:20:47.980
better don’t hide from it right let’s

0:20:44.260,0:20:49.960
bring it to the light let’s let’s try to

0:20:47.980,0:20:52.240
solve some of the problems that we have

0:20:49.960,0:20:53.830
with this because people are now over I

0:20:52.240,0:20:56.680
mean use the publicity that you’re

0:20:53.830,0:20:58.330
getting from this yeah and then use it

0:20:56.680,0:20:59.560
in a way that you can then educate the

0:20:58.330,0:21:01.660
people who are getting on the ride

0:20:59.560,0:21:03.520
mm-hmm and turn it into a positive

0:21:01.660,0:21:07.090
mm-hmm I think that’s probably the best

0:21:03.520,0:21:10.900
way to go with it so that’s my two

0:21:07.090,0:21:14.080
thoughts two cents two solutions to sod

0:21:10.900,0:21:15.700
whatever yeah you know I’m still

0:21:14.080,0:21:20.110
fluttered by the cat running across the

0:21:15.700,0:21:21.850
keyboard she is – that was all we had

0:21:20.110,0:21:23.710
for Disney’s attack that was it for

0:21:21.850,0:21:25.330
Disney we’re gonna take a quick break

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so tell us about space food so it seems

0:22:42.049,0:22:47.719
that according to The Hollywood Reporter

0:22:43.820,0:22:51.289
the streaming giant Netflix has beat out

0:22:47.719,0:22:54.469
the US government at securing trademark

0:22:51.289,0:22:58.399
rights for space force in Europe

0:22:54.469,0:22:59.809
Australia Mexico and elsewhere and this

0:22:58.399,0:23:02.509
was kind of funny because you had

0:22:59.809,0:23:06.999
actually mentioned it to me the other

0:23:02.509,0:23:10.070
week that now we were gonna start seeing

0:23:06.999,0:23:13.219
t-shirts and things and that Netflix

0:23:10.070,0:23:17.330
actually was the one that got the the

0:23:13.219,0:23:20.149
trademark so far the Air Force has a

0:23:17.330,0:23:22.429
pending application based on an intent

0:23:20.149,0:23:26.359
to use though nothing has been made

0:23:22.429,0:23:29.149
official the u.s. operates a first to

0:23:26.359,0:23:31.879
use trademark registration system which

0:23:29.149,0:23:34.399
is based on actual use of Commerce

0:23:31.879,0:23:36.879
opposed to first-come first-serve like

0:23:34.399,0:23:39.830
every other country around the world

0:23:36.879,0:23:45.080
what’s kind of funny is I’ve already

0:23:39.830,0:23:46.489
seen t-shirts available at you know box

0:23:45.080,0:23:49.309
lunch and Hot Topic

0:23:46.489,0:23:52.460
with the logo and and various different

0:23:49.309,0:23:55.159
things so The Hollywood Reporter uses

0:23:52.460,0:23:57.799
the example of you know a space force

0:23:55.159,0:24:00.109
jumper being sold in a retail store

0:23:57.799,0:24:04.580
who’s actually selling it is it the

0:24:00.109,0:24:08.539
military or is it Netflix so it you know

0:24:04.580,0:24:11.719
it’s it’s kind of funny you know this is

0:24:08.539,0:24:15.440
just show that we have enjoyed you know

0:24:11.719,0:24:21.229
watching it definitely makes fun of

0:24:15.440,0:24:25.820
things but you know it’s kind of funny

0:24:21.229,0:24:29.899
that you know here this force of you

0:24:25.820,0:24:32.869
know an agency of our government is you

0:24:29.899,0:24:36.379
know in this battle you know with the

0:24:32.869,0:24:38.809
trademark you know but you know an Air

0:24:36.379,0:24:41.179
Force Post spokesperson told the

0:24:38.809,0:24:43.789
publication at this time we’re not aware

0:24:41.179,0:24:45.490
of any trademark conflicts with the

0:24:43.789,0:24:48.460
fictitional programs

0:24:45.490,0:24:50.830
bass force produced by Netflix we wish

0:24:48.460,0:24:53.169
Netflix and the show’s producers the

0:24:50.830,0:24:55.899
best in their creation creative

0:24:53.169,0:24:59.320
deflection of our nation’s newest branch

0:24:55.899,0:25:02.350
of the military so that was kind of nice

0:24:59.320,0:25:04.809
of them to it seems kind of silly that

0:25:02.350,0:25:07.149
the US government wasn’t like smart

0:25:04.809,0:25:10.720
alert you know get the copyrights in the

0:25:07.149,0:25:12.309
other countries right right because even

0:25:10.720,0:25:15.909
before the show went in the production

0:25:12.309,0:25:17.470
from what I’ve read so far the I don’t

0:25:15.909,0:25:20.710
know if it was Netflix or the show’s

0:25:17.470,0:25:23.049
producers actually consulted the US

0:25:20.710,0:25:24.370
government okay to you know make sure

0:25:23.049,0:25:26.909
that there wasn’t an issue or anything

0:25:24.370,0:25:35.080
and they got the green light from hmm

0:25:26.909,0:25:38.130
base force it’s just it’s that silly

0:25:35.080,0:25:40.809
right right but they got the green light

0:25:38.130,0:25:42.220
project so you would think by that it

0:25:40.809,0:25:44.289
wasn’t like they didn’t know was it

0:25:42.220,0:25:45.730
wasn’t coming on the horizon right right

0:25:44.289,0:25:51.909
you would think that would have keyed

0:25:45.730,0:25:54.399
them in – hmm you know what that’s

0:25:51.909,0:25:58.779
that’s our government one step behind in

0:25:54.399,0:25:59.890
two steps over budget yep yep but that

0:25:58.779,0:26:01.480
was the only thing we have for our

0:25:59.890,0:26:03.460
entertainment news this week yeah the

0:26:01.480,0:26:05.649
only other thing that kind of popped up

0:26:03.460,0:26:08.830
which you know what I didn’t want to put

0:26:05.649,0:26:12.520
in was news of Kelly Clarkson

0:26:08.830,0:26:16.510
you know filing for her divorce there

0:26:12.520,0:26:19.450
was a kind of a funny I guess meme was

0:26:16.510,0:26:22.600
that you know between her and Adele the

0:26:19.450,0:26:24.789
you know the next break out breakup

0:26:22.600,0:26:26.710
albums will probably be fantastic you

0:26:24.789,0:26:28.750
know for the hill he’s doing a duo right

0:26:26.710,0:26:33.909
they could they could both do you know

0:26:28.750,0:26:35.860
ex-wife thing you know i I’ve I’ve been

0:26:33.909,0:26:39.220
a fan of hers from from the beginning

0:26:35.860,0:26:40.120
I’ve seen her in concert she’s

0:26:39.220,0:26:43.059
hysterical

0:26:40.120,0:26:46.929
you know I don’t watch her her daytime

0:26:43.059,0:26:49.419
show that often I see clips you know

0:26:46.929,0:26:51.460
every now and then and you know she’s

0:26:49.419,0:26:55.720
been in quarantine with the whole family

0:26:51.460,0:26:58.490
and everything so it was kind of sad to

0:26:55.720,0:27:01.390
to see so I guess you know that was

0:26:58.490,0:27:03.860
but you know my question surrounded

0:27:01.390,0:27:06.920
surrounding this issue was you know her

0:27:03.860,0:27:09.350
career is obviously extremely strong

0:27:06.920,0:27:11.000
right now talk shows everything she just

0:27:09.350,0:27:15.650
came out with some new music

0:27:11.000,0:27:17.420
is it the demands of her professional

0:27:15.650,0:27:18.740
career that puts a strain on the

0:27:17.420,0:27:22.850
marriage or was there

0:27:18.740,0:27:26.270
well the only thing that that I saw was

0:27:22.850,0:27:29.030
you know that I guess they had actually

0:27:26.270,0:27:32.030
put their home on the market in LA and

0:27:29.030,0:27:34.429
they were planning to stay in the

0:27:32.030,0:27:37.309
Montana you know area and I guess try

0:27:34.429,0:27:39.260
and work on things and I guess again

0:27:37.309,0:27:40.760
from reading a couple of different

0:27:39.260,0:27:43.610
articles they’ve been having problems

0:27:40.760,0:27:48.230
and figured you know what let’s get away

0:27:43.610,0:27:50.210
from the LA life let’s you know focus on

0:27:48.230,0:27:52.640
this and then of course quarantine

0:27:50.210,0:27:54.740
happened and it was like oh now we’re

0:27:52.640,0:27:58.880
really all together and that that

0:27:54.740,0:28:03.020
actually kind of made it a little worse

0:27:58.880,0:28:05.900
I guess um you know and of course there

0:28:03.020,0:28:10.190
are speculations that he’s kind of like

0:28:05.900,0:28:16.270
his dad now his dad was married to Reba

0:28:10.190,0:28:25.910
McEntire and he like cheated really bad

0:28:16.270,0:28:28.550
I guess and so there’s speculation that

0:28:25.910,0:28:31.520
you know he he cheated on her but again

0:28:28.550,0:28:34.760
nothing’s come out officially to it

0:28:31.520,0:28:39.290
because the I think all the court papers

0:28:34.760,0:28:41.660
aren’t reconcilable differences so so

0:28:39.290,0:28:44.960
I’m sure more will come out but yeah

0:28:41.660,0:28:46.400
that’s unfortunate yeah so that’s it for

0:28:44.960,0:28:47.600
entertainment news we’ll take a quick

0:28:46.400,0:28:50.350
break and we’ll be back with our

0:28:47.600,0:28:50.350
insightful pics

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go for your insightful pick so my

0:30:00.870,0:30:07.950
insightful pick is a documentary I

0:30:04.289,0:30:09.990
haven’t finished it all yet it was just

0:30:07.950,0:30:11.690
one of those things I was looking for

0:30:09.990,0:30:14.779
for something to watch during the week

0:30:11.690,0:30:20.429
and it is called the Bettie Page reveals

0:30:14.779,0:30:24.120
all it was a documentary from 19 from

0:30:20.429,0:30:26.190
2012 about the life and history of the

0:30:24.120,0:30:31.470
culture and the cultural influence of

0:30:26.190,0:30:35.520
Bettie Page a lot of the narration was

0:30:31.470,0:30:37.770
actually done through audio tape

0:30:35.520,0:30:41.330
interviews with page before she had

0:30:37.770,0:30:46.440
passed away and it you know offers

0:30:41.330,0:30:48.870
commentary on her her life growing up

0:30:46.440,0:30:52.110
and you know the struggles that she went

0:30:48.870,0:30:55.200
through and has interviews with with

0:30:52.110,0:30:56.940
various different people Hugh Hefner

0:30:55.200,0:30:59.580
happens to be one of them obviously this

0:30:56.940,0:31:03.510
was done before he passed away other

0:30:59.580,0:31:06.809
people that she had met other authors

0:31:03.510,0:31:10.350
and journalists who have done research

0:31:06.809,0:31:14.520
on her she’s obviously you know one of

0:31:10.350,0:31:18.929
the the most notable pinup models and

0:31:14.520,0:31:21.720
cult icon she recounts the story of you

0:31:18.929,0:31:24.659
know how you know her free expression

0:31:21.720,0:31:27.059
overcame you know government witch hunts

0:31:24.659,0:31:30.770
which actually helped to launch you know

0:31:27.059,0:31:35.760
America’s sexual revolution you know and

0:31:30.770,0:31:38.460
just fascinating to hear how much she

0:31:35.760,0:31:42.600
went through and and how many like lost

0:31:38.460,0:31:45.570
opportunities she missed out on but yet

0:31:42.600,0:31:46.950
in the end still became you know again

0:31:45.570,0:31:48.570
this icon

0:31:46.950,0:31:52.200
what was kind of interesting was they

0:31:48.570,0:31:54.809
did a scene of her and they had an art

0:31:52.200,0:31:59.820
show that came out you know obviously

0:31:54.809,0:32:03.030
sometime in probably 2010 or 11 and not

0:31:59.820,0:32:05.880
only all the look-alikes who are copying

0:32:03.030,0:32:06.570
her look but just in general they did

0:32:05.880,0:32:10.740
kind of a little

0:32:06.570,0:32:14.130
flash of various actresses and models

0:32:10.740,0:32:16.919
and looks and she paved the way for so

0:32:14.130,0:32:21.029
many of them you can see where her

0:32:16.919,0:32:24.720
influence you know has just you know and

0:32:21.029,0:32:27.480
continues to this day so really kind of

0:32:24.720,0:32:31.009
interesting you know look at you know

0:32:27.480,0:32:34.200
how you know this this pinup model who

0:32:31.009,0:32:37.710
most people can recognize her might not

0:32:34.200,0:32:40.950
know her name but you know she’s

0:32:37.710,0:32:43.799
definitely very well known and again an

0:32:40.950,0:32:45.860
interesting back story and how she she

0:32:43.799,0:32:56.009
came to be who she who she is

0:32:45.860,0:32:58.649
interesting cool pic thanks so my pick

0:32:56.009,0:33:01.500
this week should come as no surprise is

0:32:58.649,0:33:04.350
a documentary it’s very unique

0:33:01.500,0:33:07.679
documentary and it was one but allegedly

0:33:04.350,0:33:11.190
you recommend it I don’t work like I did

0:33:07.679,0:33:12.210
actually did I will give you credit for

0:33:11.190,0:33:15.750
it thank you

0:33:12.210,0:33:24.500
it’s called history 101 and it is on

0:33:15.750,0:33:26.850
Netflix it is done in a very almost

0:33:24.500,0:33:29.190
PowerPoint kind of way with the

0:33:26.850,0:33:31.200
infographics that it used yes and that

0:33:29.190,0:33:34.649
was one of the things that I remember

0:33:31.200,0:33:39.090
mentioning to you was that they give you

0:33:34.649,0:33:41.279
all these facts so quickly that you kind

0:33:39.090,0:33:42.840
of want to pause it so that you can read

0:33:41.279,0:33:45.299
through everything

0:33:42.840,0:33:48.629
yeah it’s interesting they use they use

0:33:45.299,0:33:51.960
these infographics they use archival

0:33:48.629,0:33:57.809
footage and they deliver really

0:33:51.960,0:34:00.049
bite-sized history lessons on scientific

0:33:57.809,0:34:03.090
breakthroughs social movements

0:34:00.049,0:34:05.070
world-changing discoveries the one thing

0:34:03.090,0:34:09.929
that I did find was each of the topics

0:34:05.070,0:34:12.899
that they covered were really activist

0:34:09.929,0:34:15.810
style historical thing yeah

0:34:12.899,0:34:18.810
plastics and pollution and women’s lib

0:34:15.810,0:34:20.679
and nuclear power and stuff like that so

0:34:18.810,0:34:27.040
that’s food

0:34:20.679,0:34:29.649
and it was an activist it was I don’t

0:34:27.040,0:34:32.409
know it’s kind of strange collection of

0:34:29.649,0:34:35.010
topics for the first season but it was

0:34:32.409,0:34:39.220
done in such a way that each episode I

0:34:35.010,0:34:41.619
may have been aware of 70% of what they

0:34:39.220,0:34:44.169
were talking about in there but there

0:34:41.619,0:34:46.389
was that 30 percent of obscure

0:34:44.169,0:34:49.359
information right that came out that I

0:34:46.389,0:34:52.810
was never aware of and the one that I

0:34:49.359,0:34:54.760
found I think most informative was

0:34:52.810,0:34:56.710
actually the women’s liberation one yeah

0:34:54.760,0:34:59.920
that one I hadn’t gotten to you um and

0:34:56.710,0:35:02.680
they go into a lot of detail that most

0:34:59.920,0:35:05.710
other documentaries sort of just sort of

0:35:02.680,0:35:08.770
glaze over and don’t give the proper

0:35:05.710,0:35:10.420
depth to it okay and the impact that

0:35:08.770,0:35:14.290
it’s had on history it’s an interesting

0:35:10.420,0:35:18.490
way to watch a documentary yeah what I

0:35:14.290,0:35:22.060
liked about it was it was kind of the it

0:35:18.490,0:35:25.390
kept it moving along so it didn’t feel

0:35:22.060,0:35:28.660
like oh it’s gonna be the same thing you

0:35:25.390,0:35:32.890
know it’s a quick nugget in a way it’s

0:35:28.660,0:35:35.230
almost like the way that that network’s

0:35:32.890,0:35:37.240
program for children’s television is

0:35:35.230,0:35:39.369
where it’s quick hits here and there and

0:35:37.240,0:35:43.330
it’s it’s always moving you don’t get

0:35:39.369,0:35:45.970
bogged down but some people may find it

0:35:43.330,0:35:48.130
hard to retain that information mm-hmm

0:35:45.970,0:35:50.200
because it’s so quick and it’s it’s

0:35:48.130,0:35:52.150
flashing up in front of you and and that

0:35:50.200,0:35:54.550
was again when I watched the first one

0:35:52.150,0:35:56.140
which was on fast food they basically

0:35:54.550,0:35:59.740
said well this is when Wendy started

0:35:56.140,0:36:03.190
this was when White Castle on did it and

0:35:59.740,0:36:05.109
it was like they have a bulleted list of

0:36:03.190,0:36:07.540
facts that they can get in after a

0:36:05.109,0:36:10.800
period of time it’s like a history

0:36:07.540,0:36:14.950
sampler matter that’s really what it is

0:36:10.800,0:36:17.740
so it’s a very interesting way to to

0:36:14.950,0:36:20.320
cram all that information into there

0:36:17.740,0:36:23.140
like half-hour episodes or yeah I think

0:36:20.320,0:36:24.910
Simon an episode something like that but

0:36:23.140,0:36:27.820
they cram a tremendous amount of

0:36:24.910,0:36:30.460
information into it in that short period

0:36:27.820,0:36:32.320
of time and and you walk away and you’re

0:36:30.460,0:36:34.180
you feel kind of overwhelmed

0:36:32.320,0:36:35.920
mm-hmm but it’s one of those things that

0:36:34.180,0:36:37.990
I almost want to go back and re-watch a

0:36:35.920,0:36:40.990
couple of these episodes just to pick up

0:36:37.990,0:36:42.760
on the stuff that I couldn’t write to

0:36:40.990,0:36:43.990
watch the different charts that you miss

0:36:42.760,0:36:46.120
because you were paying attention to

0:36:43.990,0:36:48.070
another chart exactly exactly but they

0:36:46.120,0:36:49.960
progress very well in a very well

0:36:48.070,0:36:51.580
organized manner through everything so

0:36:49.960,0:36:55.140
let’s present it very well just very

0:36:51.580,0:37:04.480
quick yeah so that is history 101 on

0:36:55.140,0:37:06.220
Netflix so that was what we have for

0:37:04.480,0:37:07.570
today did you have any closing thoughts

0:37:06.220,0:37:11.440
anything like that

0:37:07.570,0:37:15.190
um the only thing I saw but I haven’t

0:37:11.440,0:37:18.070
seen any real information about it is

0:37:15.190,0:37:21.100
obviously we know San Diego comic-con is

0:37:18.070,0:37:24.040
not gonna be going on this this summer

0:37:21.100,0:37:27.340
but they are gonna be doing just kind of

0:37:24.040,0:37:30.700
like how Wizards is doing some online

0:37:27.340,0:37:33.460
free panels so they’ve kind of hinted at

0:37:30.700,0:37:36.700
that I haven’t seen anything official so

0:37:33.460,0:37:40.360
once I do I’ll make sure to add them

0:37:36.700,0:37:43.180
into our our show okay the only other

0:37:40.360,0:37:45.070
thing I did want to mention is we are

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