Insights Into Entertainment: Episode 87 “A String of Unfortunate Goodbyes”

In our Disney Detective, Changes for the Queue for Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance, More Layoffs at Disney, will Annual Passes be going away? And Disneyland Paris to close…

Then in our Tales from the Edge of the Galaxy, The Star Wars Holiday Special is a crossover dream & Mandalorian Star Says His Character Is the “Warden of the Galaxy”

And for our Entertainment News, Marvel may retcon the MCU to accommodate the X-Men, Spider-Man 3 News, No More Mindhunter & farewell to Bond, James Bond

And then we’ll finish up with our Insightful Picks of the week….

Show Notes

[INTRO THEME]

[INTRODUCTIONS] (2-3 minutes)
Insights Into Entertainment: Episode 87 “A String of Unfortunate Goodbyes”
My spooky and spirited co-host Michelle Whalen

[SHOW SUMMARY] (2-3 minutes)
Today’s Episode:
In our Disney Detective, Changes for the Queue for Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance, More Layoffs at Disney, will Annual Passes be going away? And Disneyland Paris to close…
Then in our Tales from the Edge of the Galaxy, The Star Wars Holiday Special is a crossover dream & Mandalorian Star Says His Character Is the “Warden of the Galaxy”
And for our Entertainment News, Marvel may retcon the MCU to accommodate the X-Men, Spider-Man 3 News, No More Mindhunter & farewell to Bond, James Bond
And then we’ll finish up with our Insightful Picks of the week….
[Show Plugs] (2-3 minutes)
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[SEGMENT 1: Disney Detective] (8-12 minutes)
Disney’s Hollywood Studios Piloting New Approach to Virtual Queue for Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance
https://www.travelpulse.com/news/entertainment/disneys-hollywood-studios-piloting-new-approach-to-virtual-queue-for-star-wars-rise-of-the-resistance.html
https://bit.ly/3kYOlA1
Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance has been a park favorite since it opened at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in December 2019.
From the beginning, the ride has had a virtual queue that allows guests to enjoy other park rides until their boarding pass is called. But after the theme park’s closure due to COVID-19 and reopening in July, certain measures had to be put into place to follow new health and safety regulations.
Disney’s Hollywood Studios will start allowing guests with a valid theme park ticket on November 3, 2020, to check for a boarding pass as early as 7 AM from your hotel.
This means guests don’t have to rush into the park to try for a boarding group assignment at the 10 AM disbursement.
There will still be a second round of boarding groups assigned out at 2 PM, but guests must be inside the park to apply for this.
Recently the ride added a Plexiglass barrier between the front seats and back seats to allow for more groups to ride aboard each First Order Transport vehicle while still ensuring guests’ safety.
In order to request a boarding group for Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance, guests must download the My Disney Experience mobile app and make sure they have a valid Disney Park Pass reservation to visit Disney’s Hollywood Studios. One member from each group can apply for a boarding group so long as everyone in your party is linked through the app.
Unfortunately, there is still no guarantee that everyone will be assigned a boarding group due to the ride’s popularity.

New Layoffs Will Forever Change Main Street USA at the Magic Kingdom
https://www.kennythepirate.com/2020/10/28/new-layoffs-will-forever-change-main-street-usa-at-the-magic-kingdom/?fbclid=IwAR0wXGOoBByI-AFMAWQoSCmp0QY9h4mpQL2dYgnr4xccI0abInj_EgUt9io
https://bit.ly/37XBNoE
The past 24 hours has been difficult as so many of our favorite shows have been cancelled and talented Cast Members have been let go. Find out what Magic Kingdom experience has also been affected with the most recent round of Disney layoffs.
Last month, we shared that several actors would be returning to Walt Disney World. This even included the legendary Dapper Dan entertainment group. Disney fans were overjoyed to hear that Frozen Ever After would be reopening to Guest very soon and also that signs may point to the reopening of the Festival of the Lion King.
So much can change in a month. At the end of September, the Walt Disney Company announced that 28,000 Cast Members would be laid off. Since that time we have heard the disheartening news that thousands of Cast Members have been let go.
Yesterday we were saddened to learn that many of our favorite shows and performers would not be returning. Citizens of Hollywood, Hoop de Doo Revue, Beauty and the Beast-the Live Show, Finding Nemo the Musical, and Festival of the Lion King are among the experiences affected by the terrible new wave of layoffs.
This morning we shared that Monster’s Inc. Laugh Floor in Magic Kingdom would not be welcoming Guests. We also learned that even more shows and Guest interactive experiences are now cancelled in Hollywood Studios.
Yesterday we announced that the Citizens of Hollywood would no longer fill the streets of Disney’s Hollywood Studios with that Old Hollywood nostalgia. Unfortunately this round of layoffs has also affected another iconic street at Walt Disney World, Main Street U.S.A.
The Citizens of Main Street offered “streetmosphere” like none other. They dressed in early 20th-century dress and they were always charmed to greet Guests and “bend your ear to offer the latest local scuttlebutt.”
Unfortunately, we have learned that these Citizens will not be retuning to Main Street U.S.A.
The highlight of many trips included these special interactions with the Citizens of Main Street. These unique experiences truly set Disney Parks in a different class than other Theme Parks. This was what Walt Disney imagined when he first dreamed Disneyland so many years ago.

Will 2020 Mark The End Of Annual Passes For Disneyland And Disney World Superfans?
https://www.cinemablend.com/news/2557791/will-2020-mark-the-end-of-annual-passes-for-disneyland-and-disney-world-superfans
https://bit.ly/3jN5JWR
2020 has resulted in a lot of major changes for theme parks, but while many of these changes will likely disappear once things are back to “normal” it seems more than likely that some of the changes are here to stay, and that could mean a restructuring of the way many theme parks, especially the likes of Walt Disney World and Disneyland, do business. Could we see the end of the Annual Pass program, and if it does continue on, how different will it look from the way Annual Passes are used today?
Tokyo Disney Resort has announced that, at least for now, the park is ending its annual pass program entirely. Previously, as was the case with the stateside parks, guests who had annual passes had the expiration of those passes extended to a future date equivalent to the amount of time the park was closed due to the pandemic. However, now that extension has been canceled and guests with annual passes need to simply apply for refunds. We could see the AP program return, but we could also, not.
Now Tokyo Disney Resort isn’t owned or operated by the Walt Disney Company, and so this change in policy is not a Disney policy. However, if a decision like this can be made in one park, it’s certainly possible that other theme parks could make similar decisions, and under the circumstances, there are a lot of reasons why exactly that could, and maybe even should, happen. All theme parks that are open for business are functioning with limited capacity. Only so many people can be allowed into the park on any given day. This makes it that much more important that each guest be as financially lucrative to the park as possible.
The simple fact is that guests with annual passes don’t spend as much money as guests that use standard tickets. While the income from the pass itself is certainly valuable, guests that go to Disneyland or Walt Disney World often don’t spend as much per trip as vacationers who are making a special trip to the park. If you go to a theme park a lot, you don’t need to buy the latest merch or eat at the best restaurants every time you go, you can always do that next time. Theme Park Insider suggests that TDR canceling its annual pass program is designed to allow more of those more financially viable guests into the park by keeping the annual pass holders out.
It also suggests that Disneyland Resort may be faced with a similar decision whenever it finally reopens, as both Disneyland and Tokyo Disney Resort get a large percentage of the guests from the local area rather than the out of market travelers that would normally be visiting Walt Disney World.
It seems quite possible that Disneyland could end up doing something similar, considering that at this point there’s no indication when Disneyland Resort could reopen, the parks could end up closed for a full year before they reopen anyway. However, I would argue that the annual pass programs at Disneyland and Walt Disney World, even if they continue to exist, are more than likely going to go through a lot of changes, and probably will be unrecognizable by the time it’s all sorted out.
Heads of Disney Parks, Experiences, and Products has already suggested that some pandemic policy changes, like the daily reservation system, are likely to remain even after other health and safety changes. Except the reservation system throws a pretty significant monkey wrench into the annual pass system. People bought their annual passes based on the particular schedule of dates it allowed them to visit the park. Some passes had no blackout dates, others had a few. Certainly, during the pandemic guests can understand if their pass that was supposed to have zero blackout dates doesn’t currently offer the freedom it once did, but once other restrictions are lifted, those guests will expect their passes to return to normal operation.
If your annual pass was supposed to have no blackout dates, but the parks are especially full on some date and you can’t get a reservation, that’s going to cause problems. People will be unhappy, and Disney doesn’t like unhappy people. At the very least, people are going to be unhappy if the price they paid was supposed to get them access they are then unable to actually get.
And so, there are a couple of potential solutions. One is to simply kill the Annual Pass programs. This is very possibly going to be a short-term solution, especially at Disneyland, that will need to manage its attendance very carefully. More than likely, we will see the AP program replaced with something, but what exactly?
Once the theme parks are back at 100% capacity there will likely be a lot of available space for both ticket holders and pass holders, but there will still need to be some management of it all. And it will be difficult to manage any sort of pass without blackout dates, as, much like today, the parks will probably want to limit the number of annual pass holders on any given day, to be sure there is enough space for the guests who are likely to spend more money.
I’m sure that some sort of program that resembles the current Annual Pass program will continue into the future, Disney may not make as much money off those with APs, but the company certainly doesn’t want to kiss that revenue goodbye either. However, it seems likely that once the dust has settled, in order to integrate with the reservations system, Annual Passes will need to be handled differently.
And we haven’t even talked about the price. If Disney unveils a “new” program to replace the Annual Pass system, it could end up being priced lower than the current options, since things like “no blackout” passes won’t really exist. Or, if the plan is to make these new pass options rarer, they could be much more expensive.
At some point, even if that point is months or years away, theme parks will return to something like what they were before all this. However, it seems more than likely that some of the repercussions of all this will be felt for years to come.

BREAKING: Disneyland Paris to Remain Closed Through February 12, 2021 with Plans to Reopen for Christmas Season
https://wdwnt.com/2020/10/breaking-disneyland-paris-to-remain-closed-through-february-12-2021-with-plans-to-reopen-for-christmas-season/?fbclid=IwAR3jLj973pO6e34ToC0y3HUHSeKml-cqWLcJNPbp8DWdAEeAloC22SP9rvk
https://bit.ly/34LK4tG
In line with latest direction from the French authorities, Disneyland Paris will be closing end of day on October 29th. In anticipation of celebrating the Christmas holiday season we will be taking reservations from December 19 – January 3 and hope to be open based on prevailing conditions and government guidance at that time. Disneyland Paris will be closed from January 4 through February 12. Please check back on the website for regular updates. If you have a booking with us during the above-mentioned periods, please check here for our latest commercial conditions.
We thank you for your continued loyalty and understanding during this difficult period.

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[SEGMENT 2: Tales from the Edge of the Galaxy] (8-12 minutes)
The Star Wars Holiday Special is a crossover dream: Rey vs. Darth Vader, three Obi-Wans, and more
https://www.gamesradar.com/the-star-wars-holiday-special-is-a-crossover-dream-rey-vs-darth-vader-three-obi-wans-and-more/
https://bit.ly/3ebiXeW
The Star Wars Holiday Special is coming to Disney Plus shortly and, unlike the original of the same name, this actually sounds like it won’t scar us for life.
Talking to Entertainment Weekly, executive producer James Waugh said, “The Holiday Special has something you will never see in Star Wars otherwise which is all the characters from across all timelines crashing together. Normally story groups are so concerned about maintaining this amazing galaxy so that it feels cohesive, it was liberating to do this in a way that’s charming and fun.”
So, the gloves are off and some dream crossovers – the likes of which previously only seen in the LEGO Star Wars games – can come to life.
Currently confirmed: Rey will be fighting her grandfather’s former apprentice, Darth Vader in one scene, while all three eras of Obi-Wan (presumably Padawan, bearded Ewan McGregor, and Alec Guinness) featuring.
The Star Wars Holiday Special will take place following the events of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Life Day, the one remaining thread that remains from the original 1978 Holiday Special in a galaxy, far, far away (no, Yaddle doesn’t count), will be celebrated and Rey ends up in a Jedi Temple that pushes her back in time and experiencing several iconic Star Wars moments.
Not long to wait now. Celebrate the festive season with the Star Wars Holiday Special on November 17, only on Disney Plus. And while you wait, be sure to check out the best movies on Disney Plus and the best shows on Disney Plus.

Star Wars: The Mandalorian Star Says His Character Is the “Warden of the Galaxy”
https://comicbook.com/tv-shows/news/star-wars-the-mandalorian-season-2-spoilers-moff-giden-giancarlo-esposito/
https://bit.ly/35RTSSn
We’re just a few days away from the return of The Mandalorian, as the Star Wars series will begin its sophomore season on Disney+ this Friday. The new batch of episodes is set to bring back some returning favorites, including the elusive Moff Gideon, who will be portrayed by Giancarlo Esposito. While Gideon definitely made a memorable first impression during his appearances in The Mandalorian Season 1, there’s still a lot that is unknown about him — something that Esposito addressed in a recent appearance on Good Morning America.
“My character, Moff Gideon, is the warden of the galaxy,” Esposito explained. “He is a remnant of the Imperial Empire, and he is still searching for his quarry, which we’ll hope he’ll find.”
Esposito also addressed the series’ approach to heroism, something that he thinks has only felt more significant as time has gone on.
“I’m so happy to be part of a show that really depicts a story about humanity and heroism,” Esposito revealed. “Y’know, to be a hero is something that we all aspire to. I play some villains, but I really love the hero, and we need to be empowered by heroes today.”
Esposito has previously shed light on his Darksaber-wielding character, and on his decision to forgo the idea of appearing in a Star Wars movie in favor of a television series.
“Star Wars is iconic. And would I have liked to have been in a Star Wars movie as opposed to The Mandalorian television show?” Esposito said in a recent interview. “I think I’ve made a significantly correct choice, because what drew me to Star Wars was the mythological aspect of storytelling … for me, it was an empowering moment.”
The Mandalorian also stars Pedro Pascal as The Mandalorian, with Gina Carano as Cara Dune, Taika Waititi as IG-11, Carl Weathers as Greef Carga, Werner Herzog as The Client, Nick Nolte as Kuiil, and Emily Swallow as The Armorer.

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[SEGMENT 3: Entertainment News] (8-12 minutes)
Marvel may retcon the MCU to accommodate the X-Men
https://winteriscoming.net/2020/10/27/marvel-may-retcon-mcu-accommodate-x-men-wanda/
https://bit.ly/320gw9U
The characters of Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) and Pietro (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) Maximoff were introduced into the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Avengers: Age of Ultron, with only Wanda making it out alive. Since then, she’s gone on to have an important role in the franchise and is even getting her own show, WandaVision. But there’s always been something weird about her.
You see, Wanda and Pietro are technically from the X-Men comics: they’re mutants, with Pietro having the mutant ability to run really fast and Wanda the ability to control probability (sort of, her powers are pretty slippery). But so far, Marvel could never say they were mutants in the movies, because 20th Century Fox had the film rights to the X-Men. But now, Disney owns 20th Century Fox, so it’s only a matter of time between Wolverine and Cyclops and Jean Grey are introduced into the MCU.
So where will that leave Wanda? Will she have been a mutant this whole time, or will Marvel stick with their original explanation: that she and Pietro gained their powers after being exposed to the Mind Stone in Loki’s scepter? Well, it looks like the studio may have found a middle path.
There’s a new in-universe book out: The Wakanda Files: A Technological Exploration of the Avengers and Beyond. It’s comprised of notes on all things Marvel lore compiled by Black Panther’s sister Shuri, and it has some interesting notes about the siblings Maximoff.
One such note comes from Baron von Strucker (Thomas Kretschmann), who did experiments involving the Mind Stone on human test subjects, although Wanda and Pietro were the only ones who survived. Strucker notes that the twins had the “appropriate genetic markers [that] make them conducive for human trial volunteers.”
Appropriate genetic markers, huh? That certainly sounds like something from X-Men, where genetic evolution is at the root of most of the characters’ superpowered abilities. Screen Rant theories that this is a subtle retcon to quietly fold the idea of mutants into the MCU. Maybe the fights against Thanos activated such latent powers in lots of people around the world…?
Maybe we’ll learn something when WandaVision drops on Disney+ in December.

Tom Holland shares the Spider-Man 3 news we’ve all been waiting for
https://www.looper.com/267579/tom-holland-shares-the-spider-man-3-news-weve-all-been-waiting-for/?zsource=smartnews
https://bit.ly/3kNb01N
Tom Holland’s tenure as Spider-Man has been successful, but also something of a rollercoaster ride. After a magnificent debut in Captain America: Civil War, this iteration of Peter Parker starred in two solo movies (Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man: Far From Home) and two Avengers flicks (Infinity War and Endgame), to great effect. A split between Sony and Marvel Studios almost tore the hero away from the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2019, but the studios were eventually able to reach an agreement and bring Spider-Man back to the MCU.
This was great news to fans, who remain eager to see the third solo outing of Holland’s Spider-Man — but sadly, more bad news loomed on the horizon. Though all signs were pointing to the fact that Spider-Man 3 will blow us all away, those initial high spirits were soon dampened when it was announced that Sony and Marvel had delayed the film from July 16, 2021 to November 5, 2021 … and then to December 17, 2021.
Fortunately, Spidey’s latest MCU adventure seems to have finally cleared its worst hurdles. In fact, leading man Holland just shared the Spider-Man 3 news we’ve all been waiting for.
On Sunday, October 25, 2020, Holland posted an Instagram Story (saved and re-uploaded to ComicBook.com’s Instagram) in which he revealed that filming Spider-Man 3 is a-go, and that he just landed on location. In the short clip, the actor — wearing a suitably red face mask, of course — reveals that he’s in Atlanta, Georgia, and is about to start shooting the movie.
“Okay, so, we just landed in Atlanta,” Holland excitedly tells his audience, before chuckling and dropping the big one: “It’s time for Spider-Man 3. Let’s go!”
This, of course, is excellent news. The information that has been trickling in about the movie so far has been pretty cool. We’ve learned that Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange will appear in Spider-Man 3, and that the movie will also feature the extremely shocking comeback of Jamie Foxx’s Electro, who last faced Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man in The Amazing Spider-Man 2. This has caused some fans to speculate that Spider-Man 3 might actually be a live-action Spider-Verse, with Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire joining Holland as alternate-universe Spider-Men.
Whether this is true remains to be seen, but at least fans can now be safe in the knowledge that the MCU’s Spider-Man is on location, shooting what’ll no doubt be his most wonderfully weird cinematic appearance yet. December 17, 2021 can’t arrive fast enough.

Mindhunter season 3 is off the table, David Fincher confirms
https://www.gamesradar.com/mindhunter-season-3-is-off-the-table-david-fincher-confirms/?fbclid=IwAR3jLj973pO6e34ToC0y3HUHSeKml-cqWLcJNPbp8DWdAEeAloC22SP9rvk
https://bit.ly/3mDrVoa
Mindhunter season 3 isn’t happening, as executive producer and director David Fincher has confirmed.
Fincher delivered the sad, but not unexpected, news in an interview with Vulture about his upcoming Netflix film The Mank. He mentioned that he decided to make The Mank after exhausting years spent making the first two seasons of Mindhunter.
“We had done the first season of Mindhunter without a showrunner, with me pinch-hitting on a week-by-week basis,” Fincher said. “We started getting scripts for the second season, and I ended up looking at what was written and deciding I didn’t like any of it. So we tossed it and started over. I brought in Courtenay Miles, an AD I’d worked with who wanted to write, and she ended up co-showrunning Mindhunter. But it’s a 90-hour work week. It absorbs everything in your life. When I got done, I was pretty exhausted, and I said, ‘I don’t know if I have it in me right now to break season three.’”
Rather than fighting for another season, Fincher said the Netflix executives just asked him what he’d rather make instead, and thus work on The Mank began. On top of being worn the hell out by making Mindhunter, Fincher admitted that another season probably wouldn’t make sense for Netflix on a financial level – which goes double since the actors were released from their contracts.
“Listen, for the viewership that it had, it was an expensive show. We talked about ‘Finish Mank and then see how you feel,’ but I honestly don’t think we’re going to be able to do it for less than I did season two. And on some level, you have to be realistic about dollars having to equal eyeballs.”
Sean Connery: James Bond actor dies aged 90
https://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-54761824
https://bbc.in/3oDOvie
The Scottish actor was best known for his portrayal of James Bond, being the first to bring the role to the big screen and appearing in seven of the spy thrillers.
Sir Sean died peacefully in his sleep in the Bahamas, having been “unwell for some time”, his son said.
His acting career spanned five decades and he won an Oscar in 1988 for his role in The Untouchables.
Sir Sean’s other films included The Hunt for Red October, Highlander, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade and The Rock.
Jason Connery said his father “had many of his family, who could be in the Bahamas, around him” when he died overnight in Nassau. Much of the Bond film Thunderball had been filmed there.
He said: “We are all working at understanding this huge event as it only happened so recently, even though my dad has been unwell for some time.
“A sad day for all who knew and loved my dad and a sad loss for all people around the world who enjoyed the wonderful gift he had as an actor.”
His publicist Nancy Seltzer said: “There will be a private ceremony followed by a memorial yet to be planned once the virus has ended.”
He leaves his wife Micheline and sons Jason and Stephane.

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[SEGMENT 4: Insightful Picks of the Week] (8-12 minutes)
Michelle
https://www.amc.com/shows/eli-roths-history-of-horror–37
https://bit.ly/3oJDdJs
Eli Roth’s History of Horror – Season 2 on AMC (3 episodes so far), Season 1 on Amazon Prime (10 Episodes)
Masters of horror — icons and stars who define the genre — join writer/producer/director Eli Roth to explore horror’s biggest themes and reveal the inspirations and struggles behind its past and present. Hourlong episodes feature A-list storytellers like Stephen King, Quentin Tarantino, Jordan Peele, Jason Blum, Robert Englund, Linda Blair, Rob Zombie, Jack Black, John Landis and Jamie Lee Curtis, who discuss how horror has evolved through the years and impacted society, as well as how the genre maintains its fan base and why audiences are addicted to fear.
Joe
Why We Fight
Amazon Prime
https://www.amazon.com/Why-We-Fight-Gore-Vidal/dp/B000GT6NSI
https://amzn.to/37YfAXr
Winner of the 2005 Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival, Eugene Jackecki’s groundbreaking documentary dissects the political, economic and historic reasons behind our increasingly aggressive military strategy since the end of World War II
Fans of Oliver Stone’s J.F.K. will recognize the opening moments of writer-director Eugene Jarecki’s Why We Fight, in which outgoing President Dwight Eisenhower warns of the pernicious and growing influence of what he called the “military-industrial complex.”
But Stone’s movie, which uses the same footage, was a work of fiction.
While those who disagree with the decidedly leftist point of view in this documentary will probably consider it the product of paranoid liberal fantasy as well, there’s enough credible material, much of it supplied by the targets of Jarecki’s criticisms, to make Eisenhower look like a prophet and everyone else uneasy about the dark confluence of politics, money, and war that controls the country’s fortunes.
The message here is that while there may be some who sincerely believe that America’s various military engagements (in Iraq, Vietnam, Grenada, Panama, and elsewhere) since World War II are the product of our God-given duty to spread freedom and halt the influence of evil ideologies around the world, the real reason we fight is that war is good business.

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episode 87 a string of unfortunate

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goodbyes

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i am your host joseph whalen and my

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spooky and spirited co-host

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michelle welling nice

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good happy anniversary

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uh we did have a good time at the

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pennsylvania renaissance fair we did

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we did it worked out very well kind of

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nice feeling a little normal

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yeah yeah it was a great venue

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everything was outdoors

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you could social distance you could you

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know be as careful as you needed to be

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uh but still have a good time yeah yeah

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and that’s that’s kind of what

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i think a lot of people need yeah right

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now so between that

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and the pumpkin fest that we went to the

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week before

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a good time of year to get out and do

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some of the things that we normally do

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right not too hot not too cold and you

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can stay safe doing it

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right right so so good stuff good stuff

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but today we do have a very busy show

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and our disney detective

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we’re going to be talking about changes

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to the queue for star wars rise of the

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resistance

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we have some more unfortunate layoffs at

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disney

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then the question of whether annual

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passes will be going away at disney

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parks

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and more bad news for disneyland paris

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closing because of

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surge in corona france

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then in our tales from the edge of the

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galaxy we’ll talk about the new star

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wars holiday special

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and some of the crossover aspects of it

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then we have some mandalorian

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news here uh we just watched last night

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the

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premiere of season two yeah episode one

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and talk about that

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i’m sure it was awesome yes it was

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but uh we have a little bit of news on

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that as well and then

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in our entertainment news marvel may be

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retconning the mcu to accommodate x-men

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which would be nice because they’ve been

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all over the place with axemen

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uh some spiderman three news everyone’s

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been waiting for

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and then we do get some unfortunate news

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uh

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mine hunter a show that you and i both

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really enjoy

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is not coming back for a season three

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right we’ll talk about that

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and a farewell to my favorite james bond

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sean connery then we’ll finish up with

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our insightful picks

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of the week are we ready to get started

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sure okay well before we get started

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that hesitation was very helpful thank

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you thanks

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now are we ready yes okay let’s go

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[Applause]

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go for disney detective so star wars

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rise of the resistance has obviously

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been a park favorite since it opened at

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disney’s hollywood studio

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back in december of 2019 so from the

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beginning the ride had a virtual

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cue that allowed guests to enjoy other

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park rides

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while they were waiting for their

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boarding pass to be called

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and we got to experience that when we

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were there

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last december actually but after the

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theme park

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closed due to covid and then reopened in

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july

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certain measures had to be put into

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place to allow for new health and safety

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regulations

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so now disney’s hollywood studios are

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now going to allow guests

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with a valid theme park ticket on

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november 3rd

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to check in for a boarding pass as early

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as 7am

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from your hotel meanwhile

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now this means that guests don’t have to

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rush to the park to try and get a

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boarding pass

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uh first thing in the morning when they

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normally start distributing at uh 10

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am so and then there’ll be a second

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round of boarding groups that will be

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signed at 2pm

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but for the 2pm the guests actually have

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to be in the park

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for that and now they’ve actually

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added plexiglas dividers

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to to the ride between the front seat

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and the middle seats so now they can

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actually fit more people

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on the ride because before they were

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only putting people in the front

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and the very back now they’ve added

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plexiglas so they can actually

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accommodate

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more more guests you know on the ride

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we got to you know like i said we got to

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experience it last year

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we got to the park what an hour and a

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half before the park even opened

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they were letting people in the park a

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little early

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not that you could really do anything

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but kind of walk around because no

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rides were open at the time and we had i

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think it was a 7

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a.m uh that you were allowed to to try

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and get in the queue

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we managed to to get a spot um

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we didn’t get on until what about 12

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o’clock one o’clock i think

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yeah um but it was really nice because

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we got to go and do other things while

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we were waiting

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for our our boarding pass so it was kind

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of like having a fast pass

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but but different um because it didn’t

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take away from having a fast pass for

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something else now obviously

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with what’s going on right now they’re

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not doing fast passes

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but it’s nice that they’re seeing that

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they have something good in place

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and kind of you know modifying it

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and and keeping it and not getting rid

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of it because we kind of thought

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you know after maybe a year they were

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gonna get rid of the virtual cue

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but it’s nice to see that it’s

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it’s still going and you know people are

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finding

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you know disney’s realizing that they

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have a good thing

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and and you know to keep it going so

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yeah and

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you know i thought this was a brilliant

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move to begin with when we were down

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there and

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give you the ability to get on it the

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fact that they’re extending this

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to people at the resorts now for that

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early shift

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i think is even better because that rush

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to get there

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was that that huge anxiety and within

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what 15 minutes 20 minutes all the slots

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had been taken

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out at that point in time um so

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and if like we were only in the park for

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the one day

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so if you can’t get one of those slots

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you really run the risk of

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of basically not getting on that ride on

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your

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you’re right in the park right and now

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at least they’ve opened it

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so they do two slots so they have the

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the early morning slot

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then they do another one at 2 pm

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so at least you have a an another

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opportunity to try and get it or if

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you’re just somebody that doesn’t

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want to wake up so early to try and or

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if you’re not staying at the park

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right i mean you not everyone who goes

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right true not everybody that stays on

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property

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so even though those people have an

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opportunity to try and get something not

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just reserving it for dessert which is

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nice it’s a good way for

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disney to do that and honestly i think

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given i mean even before kovid

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they needed to do something with their

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line management this was a great idea

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with

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kovid this is this is a brilliant fish

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for kovitz so people are not

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congregating in one because when we did

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it everybody was literally literally in

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the front of the park there

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oh yeah that morning you know yeah now

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at least they’re not going to have that

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surge of people i’m sure there’s still

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going to be people

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getting there first thing in the morning

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for those that aren’t staying at the

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park

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right everybody was congregating

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absolutely

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right just would not work right now they

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would have to and that’s even and you

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see if you look at pictures

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from the park now because they’re not

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doing fast pass so you have to wait on

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on the the line for the rides and some

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of the rides have you know half hour 45

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minute

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you know some even have a about an hour

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but

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where normally they kind of crunch you

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all together

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now they’re spacing it so far out

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where you’re like a half a mile away

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from the ride so everybody’s getting

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their steps in you know more so

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because for like slinky dog i think the

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weight was like 45 minutes which really

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isn’t bad for

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for slinky dog but because it was

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stretched out so far

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it was all the way by the little mermaid

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show well and it doesn’t make sense

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they’re not doing fast passes

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if anything you should exclusively do

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fast passes right you can regulate the

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line

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yeah i that that would kind of make yeah

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like

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give people the option to do like four

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or five

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right you know or open up more virtual

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yeah do more mutual cues well and maybe

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that’s something this is a winning

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formula that they have that they need to

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be smart about maybe yeah and maybe

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maybe they’ll you know they’ll look at

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that

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yeah you know so but good to see it’s

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working out and they’re expanding it

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yeah

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tell us about the unfortunate layoffs

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we’re looking for so

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you know unfortunately within you know

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the last

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week you know we knew a couple of weeks

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ago a lot of

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part-time employees were were being

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part-time cast members i should say were

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being let go

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and now we got news that you know more

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of the entertainment group

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has been let go uh so at first

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you know it sounded like some of uh

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the dapper dans and some of the other

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musical groups were gonna be saved and

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now

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a lot of those uh cast members as well

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as

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cast members from various shows even the

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dinner shows

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like the hooptie do review that they all

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got notifications that they have now

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all been laid off uh some of the others

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that were laid off were the citizens of

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hollywood

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basically sort of street misfire

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characters that would walk around

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either main street in the magic kingdom

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or down hollywood boulevard in hollywood

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studios

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also the beauty and the beast live show

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finding nemo

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and friends festival of the lion king

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even some of the areas where you could

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go and meet

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uh cast members those uh

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or meet different characters like at the

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laugh floor

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in the magic kingdom they’re not gonna

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be um

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welcoming guests anymore so it’s it’s

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definitely

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a gonna be a different feel

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um to to the park uh in some areas you

0:13:27.120,0:13:30.480
can still

0:13:27.839,0:13:31.360
see characters they kind of have them in

0:13:30.480,0:13:33.920
in kind of like

0:13:31.360,0:13:36.000
grassy areas where you can kind of wave

0:13:33.920,0:13:37.279
and and do kind of a selfie

0:13:36.000,0:13:39.839
with you know with them in the

0:13:37.279,0:13:42.959
background um

0:13:39.839,0:13:46.639
but it’s it’s definitely going to be

0:13:42.959,0:13:49.199
a very uh different feel um you know

0:13:46.639,0:13:50.720
you’re used to going and and you know if

0:13:49.199,0:13:52.560
it’s something where you’ve never

0:13:50.720,0:13:54.800
had interaction with the characters

0:13:52.560,0:13:57.760
before you’ve you know you’ve probably

0:13:54.800,0:13:58.639
seen them um or even any of the music if

0:13:57.760,0:14:01.040
you’ve never

0:13:58.639,0:14:02.480
gone to the show but you hear different

0:14:01.040,0:14:05.760
musical performers

0:14:02.480,0:14:08.639
street performers as you’re going by um

0:14:05.760,0:14:09.760
you know now it’s you know pretty much

0:14:08.639,0:14:14.079
there’s

0:14:09.760,0:14:16.720
almost no entertainment uh you know

0:14:14.079,0:14:18.800
at all at this point so we’re very very

0:14:16.720,0:14:19.839
limited i think is is probably the most

0:14:18.800,0:14:21.760
unfortunate

0:14:19.839,0:14:23.199
turn that we’ve seen so far because it’s

0:14:21.760,0:14:24.480
really

0:14:23.199,0:14:25.680
you know you can understand if you’re

0:14:24.480,0:14:27.440
shutting the parks down and you have to

0:14:25.680,0:14:28.880
leave people off right but now you’re

0:14:27.440,0:14:32.480
taking away from what

0:14:28.880,0:14:34.480
makes disney magical right disney has

0:14:32.480,0:14:38.240
always been that

0:14:34.480,0:14:41.519
as artificial as everything at disney is

0:14:38.240,0:14:45.120
they strive to provide you that that

0:14:41.519,0:14:48.560
next level of service and atmosphere

0:14:45.120,0:14:50.160
yeah and to see them start whittling

0:14:48.560,0:14:51.839
away at this

0:14:50.160,0:14:53.519
uh you know we talked in the last

0:14:51.839,0:14:56.480
podcast about the band

0:14:53.519,0:14:57.120
at the grand floridian you know having

0:14:56.480,0:14:59.040
to let

0:14:57.120,0:15:01.040
those and and other musical performers

0:14:59.040,0:15:02.560
go but i think this is really what

0:15:01.040,0:15:05.360
distinguishes disney

0:15:02.560,0:15:06.000
from right now from any other theme park

0:15:05.360,0:15:08.480
yeah you know

0:15:06.000,0:15:09.920
you go to a theme park to go on rides in

0:15:08.480,0:15:12.480
most cases

0:15:09.920,0:15:13.760
i don’t do rides right right i go for

0:15:12.480,0:15:16.000
the atmosphere

0:15:13.760,0:15:16.880
so what they’re whittling away here at

0:15:16.000,0:15:19.519
now

0:15:16.880,0:15:19.920
and i’m i’m assuming i’m going to go out

0:15:19.519,0:15:21.920
on the

0:15:19.920,0:15:23.360
on a limb here play devil’s advocate and

0:15:21.920,0:15:27.040
say that they probably have a

0:15:23.360,0:15:29.279
justifiable financial reason for this

0:15:27.040,0:15:31.199
but they’re doing this they’re not

0:15:29.279,0:15:33.920
decreasing ticket prices

0:15:31.199,0:15:35.759
so your your experience at disney is

0:15:33.920,0:15:37.360
greatly diminished

0:15:35.759,0:15:38.959
and i’m curious how many how many

0:15:37.360,0:15:41.279
executives have been laid off

0:15:38.959,0:15:42.320
during this whole thing right i’m

0:15:41.279,0:15:46.720
guessing none

0:15:42.320,0:15:49.680
probably not so you’re you’re killing

0:15:46.720,0:15:51.920
what the draw is which is going to kill

0:15:49.680,0:15:53.440
your business even further

0:15:51.920,0:15:56.079
yet you still have executives making

0:15:53.440,0:15:58.079
hundreds of millions of dollars a year

0:15:56.079,0:15:59.519
so i think disney needs to get their

0:15:58.079,0:16:00.000
priorities straight at this point in

0:15:59.519,0:16:02.800
time

0:16:00.000,0:16:04.240
yeah i have no intention of going back

0:16:02.800,0:16:06.959
down under the conditions

0:16:04.240,0:16:08.639
and i’m not talking covid conditions i’m

0:16:06.959,0:16:10.160
talking the fact that disney is doing

0:16:08.639,0:16:12.399
everything they can to squeeze

0:16:10.160,0:16:13.920
every penny out of the money that

0:16:12.399,0:16:15.360
they’re getting from their customers at

0:16:13.920,0:16:17.680
this point in time

0:16:15.360,0:16:19.519
and it’s it’s affecting the experience

0:16:17.680,0:16:21.040
at this point i think this is probably a

0:16:19.519,0:16:23.279
bad idea

0:16:21.040,0:16:24.639
i think you’re ruining the experience

0:16:23.279,0:16:27.360
for the people

0:16:24.639,0:16:28.720
we go down i mean we’ve gone down three

0:16:27.360,0:16:31.720
times in a year we go down

0:16:28.720,0:16:34.160
right right the average family it’s a

0:16:31.720,0:16:36.800
once-in-a-lifetime experience

0:16:34.160,0:16:38.399
and you’re gonna rip all of this

0:16:36.800,0:16:40.720
atmosphere away

0:16:38.399,0:16:42.399
for someone who might go down there once

0:16:40.720,0:16:43.360
and you’re going to ruin that experience

0:16:42.399,0:16:45.759
for them

0:16:43.360,0:16:47.519
that’s just criminal that and that’s not

0:16:45.759,0:16:51.199
even touching on the human aspect of the

0:16:47.519,0:16:54.959
people that you’re putting out of work

0:16:51.199,0:16:56.480
for why what reason are they giving for

0:16:54.959,0:16:59.759
these layoffs

0:16:56.480,0:17:01.120
is it financial is it safety reasons

0:16:59.759,0:17:02.560
like what are the reasoning that they’re

0:17:01.120,0:17:04.880
giving for the layout

0:17:02.560,0:17:07.199
i’m sure it’s financial at this point

0:17:04.880,0:17:08.959
you know they know the park isn’t

0:17:07.199,0:17:10.880
because they can’t do it at full

0:17:08.959,0:17:14.880
capacity

0:17:10.880,0:17:16.959
you know the parks probably not making

0:17:14.880,0:17:18.959
you know as much money you know they’re

0:17:16.959,0:17:20.480
probably still hurting from when they

0:17:18.959,0:17:23.280
they were closed and you figured

0:17:20.480,0:17:23.839
disneyland is still closed so that’s a

0:17:23.280,0:17:25.679
whole

0:17:23.839,0:17:27.280
you know you have two whole parks over

0:17:25.679,0:17:30.000
there see and i have to

0:17:27.280,0:17:31.120
question considering the amount of money

0:17:30.000,0:17:33.360
that they made

0:17:31.120,0:17:35.440
when it was open at full capacity they

0:17:33.360,0:17:38.720
were printing money

0:17:35.440,0:17:42.320
you know their their margins on

0:17:38.720,0:17:45.039
ticket prices and food and souvenirs

0:17:42.320,0:17:46.559
it’s they have like a 300 markup on

0:17:45.039,0:17:48.400
everything

0:17:46.559,0:17:50.000
so don’t tell me that they’re they’re

0:17:48.400,0:17:52.160
losing money they’re just not

0:17:50.000,0:17:53.039
making as much money right because i

0:17:52.160,0:17:55.760
guarantee that

0:17:53.039,0:17:57.679
disneyland uh i’m sorry disney world

0:17:55.760,0:17:59.520
would not be open if disney wasn’t

0:17:57.679,0:18:02.640
making money

0:17:59.520,0:18:02.640
you’re probably right

0:18:02.799,0:18:05.600
it’s about time i swing back this way

0:18:04.480,0:18:07.120
because you know i’ve been defending

0:18:05.600,0:18:09.919
disney in the last couple i know

0:18:07.120,0:18:10.720
i’m very sorry i had to get that out i

0:18:09.919,0:18:12.160
had to get that off

0:18:10.720,0:18:14.880
the chest there it’s been building up

0:18:12.160,0:18:19.200
the last few weeks get it out get it out

0:18:14.880,0:18:21.440
so um let’s talk about

0:18:19.200,0:18:22.880
annual passes because we’ve been on your

0:18:21.440,0:18:26.080
pass holders and you haven’t

0:18:22.880,0:18:28.240
last year or two but yes so you know

0:18:26.080,0:18:31.280
with everything kind of changing

0:18:28.240,0:18:33.360
will 2020 now mark the end of annual

0:18:31.280,0:18:37.440
passes for disneyland

0:18:33.360,0:18:38.080
and walt disney world um so tokyo disney

0:18:37.440,0:18:40.799
actually

0:18:38.080,0:18:42.400
had announced that at least for now the

0:18:40.799,0:18:46.000
park is ending its annual

0:18:42.400,0:18:49.760
pass program entirely previously

0:18:46.000,0:18:52.400
uh was the case with the stateside park

0:18:49.760,0:18:53.440
guests who had annual passes had the

0:18:52.400,0:18:56.080
expiration

0:18:53.440,0:18:56.880
of those passes extend to a future date

0:18:56.080,0:18:59.120
equivalent

0:18:56.880,0:19:00.960
to the amount of time that the parks

0:18:59.120,0:19:03.200
were closed due the pandemic

0:19:00.960,0:19:04.160
however now that the extension has been

0:19:03.200,0:19:06.799
canceled

0:19:04.160,0:19:08.640
and guests with annual passes need to

0:19:06.799,0:19:10.960
simply apply

0:19:08.640,0:19:11.679
for refunds we could actually see that

0:19:10.960,0:19:14.799
maybe

0:19:11.679,0:19:18.080
the annual passes don’t return at all or

0:19:14.799,0:19:20.559
maybe turn into something else now just

0:19:18.080,0:19:22.960
you know in case you’re not aware tokyo

0:19:20.559,0:19:25.360
disney resort is not actually owned or

0:19:22.960,0:19:27.840
operated by the walt disney company

0:19:25.360,0:19:29.280
so the change in policy is not a disney

0:19:27.840,0:19:32.640
policy it’s just

0:19:29.280,0:19:34.799
specific to that park but

0:19:32.640,0:19:36.080
it could be something that the other

0:19:34.799,0:19:39.280
parks

0:19:36.080,0:19:43.039
stateside actually might consider

0:19:39.280,0:19:44.880
uh doing um and obviously it’s a simple

0:19:43.039,0:19:46.960
fact and kind of

0:19:44.880,0:19:49.120
touching on what you just kind of

0:19:46.960,0:19:49.919
mentioned is that guests with annual

0:19:49.120,0:19:52.000
passes

0:19:49.919,0:19:54.320
don’t spend as much money as guests that

0:19:52.000,0:19:57.039
use a standard ticket

0:19:54.320,0:19:58.400
while the income from the pass itself is

0:19:57.039,0:20:01.840
obviously

0:19:58.400,0:20:03.440
valuable guests that go to disneyland or

0:20:01.840,0:20:06.480
walt disney world

0:20:03.440,0:20:09.360
with an annual pass aren’t going

0:20:06.480,0:20:10.480
and getting all that merchandise every

0:20:09.360,0:20:13.039
time that they go

0:20:10.480,0:20:13.679
they’re not buying meals every time they

0:20:13.039,0:20:15.760
go

0:20:13.679,0:20:16.720
um you know a lot of the people that are

0:20:15.760,0:20:19.120
very local

0:20:16.720,0:20:20.159
might just go for a couple of hours just

0:20:19.120,0:20:22.880
to walk around

0:20:20.159,0:20:23.600
and then head home whereas other people

0:20:22.880,0:20:26.640
that go

0:20:23.600,0:20:27.919
again multiple times a year because they

0:20:26.640,0:20:28.960
know they’re going to be back well i

0:20:27.919,0:20:32.400
don’t need to eat

0:20:28.960,0:20:34.799
at this place i’ll just get fast food or

0:20:32.400,0:20:35.760
you know uh i don’t need to buy the

0:20:34.799,0:20:38.240
merchandise

0:20:35.760,0:20:39.840
because i already have that versus

0:20:38.240,0:20:42.320
somebody who’s only there

0:20:39.840,0:20:43.520
that once in a lifetime or once every

0:20:42.320,0:20:47.200
few year

0:20:43.520,0:20:49.760
trip um so kind of interesting to to

0:20:47.200,0:20:51.440
see what they end up you know doing with

0:20:49.760,0:20:53.600
that is it something where

0:20:51.440,0:20:55.919
they kind of consider it now the other

0:20:53.600,0:20:59.280
thing too is that tokyo

0:20:55.919,0:21:01.360
along with disneyland and california are

0:20:59.280,0:21:04.000
very much more of a locals park

0:21:01.360,0:21:05.600
so they do tend to have a lot more

0:21:04.000,0:21:08.240
people that have

0:21:05.600,0:21:09.200
annual passes so if you get rid of the

0:21:08.240,0:21:12.080
annual pass

0:21:09.200,0:21:14.400
how is that going to affect your overall

0:21:12.080,0:21:17.120
attendance are you even going to have

0:21:14.400,0:21:18.159
as much attendance as you normally would

0:21:17.120,0:21:22.080
without it

0:21:18.159,0:21:23.760
or do you create something else

0:21:22.080,0:21:25.679
you know not an annual pass but

0:21:23.760,0:21:27.120
something a little different to kind of

0:21:25.679,0:21:30.799
entice those

0:21:27.120,0:21:31.440
local people um i know with with florida

0:21:30.799,0:21:34.640
they have

0:21:31.440,0:21:37.760
variations of annual passes they have

0:21:34.640,0:21:40.880
uh a strictly after four epcot

0:21:37.760,0:21:42.880
pass or they have the various ones that

0:21:40.880,0:21:44.960
have the blackout dates

0:21:42.880,0:21:47.039
um and things like that and the other

0:21:44.960,0:21:48.720
thing too is how does that affect

0:21:47.039,0:21:50.799
because right now you need to make a

0:21:48.720,0:21:54.080
reservation for the park

0:21:50.799,0:21:57.200
so if you’re staying at the resorts

0:21:54.080,0:21:59.280
you have to actually specify which

0:21:57.200,0:22:01.360
park you’re going to go in on what day

0:21:59.280,0:22:03.200
because there’s no park hopping

0:22:01.360,0:22:05.200
or whatnot and then the same thing if

0:22:03.200,0:22:07.440
you’re an annual pass holder

0:22:05.200,0:22:08.720
if you’re not staying on property you

0:22:07.440,0:22:11.039
have to go

0:22:08.720,0:22:12.159
and make a reservation and that’s

0:22:11.039,0:22:16.159
probably going to

0:22:12.159,0:22:19.200
be the case for a while so i could

0:22:16.159,0:22:21.840
see where they kind of phase out the

0:22:19.200,0:22:23.760
annual passes for now because i know

0:22:21.840,0:22:25.679
there’s been some changes to the the

0:22:23.760,0:22:28.880
policies and a lot of people

0:22:25.679,0:22:30.799
aren’t renewing them as of now because

0:22:28.880,0:22:32.159
they don’t like the the policy changes

0:22:30.799,0:22:33.840
that have been

0:22:32.159,0:22:36.000
coming into place so maybe it’s

0:22:33.840,0:22:39.440
something they just kind of

0:22:36.000,0:22:42.559
so is disneyland tokyo opened

0:22:39.440,0:22:45.600
right now yes i believe they still

0:22:42.559,0:22:46.880
are okay so they’re open

0:22:45.600,0:22:48.720
they’re doing away they’re giving

0:22:46.880,0:22:50.240
refunds for anyone who had i guess

0:22:48.720,0:22:52.559
they’re pro rated refunds for whatever

0:22:50.240,0:22:55.840
time you have right right

0:22:52.559,0:22:56.960
okay and are they doing reservations at

0:22:55.840,0:22:59.280
that point in time

0:22:56.960,0:23:00.480
i believe they are still do i i think

0:22:59.280,0:23:03.520
all of the parks

0:23:00.480,0:23:03.840
you have to have a reservation yeah well

0:23:03.520,0:23:06.960
and

0:23:03.840,0:23:08.799
you know the advantage of of angular

0:23:06.960,0:23:09.679
passes to disney is the recurring

0:23:08.799,0:23:11.200
revenue that

0:23:09.679,0:23:12.880
they can book yeah they know they’re

0:23:11.200,0:23:15.360
getting it right

0:23:12.880,0:23:19.039
and while you may have people like you

0:23:15.360,0:23:20.240
know my my boss out in california

0:23:19.039,0:23:22.320
you know they don’t get their annual

0:23:20.240,0:23:23.679
passes to disneyland every year they may

0:23:22.320,0:23:24.480
skip a year here and there and get

0:23:23.679,0:23:27.760
something else

0:23:24.480,0:23:29.520
right but when they have them that’s

0:23:27.760,0:23:31.039
exactly what they do they may go out

0:23:29.520,0:23:32.400
there because they’re not that far from

0:23:31.039,0:23:32.960
the park they may just head over for

0:23:32.400,0:23:35.840
lunch

0:23:32.960,0:23:37.280
and eat lunch over there they may take a

0:23:35.840,0:23:38.159
walk after dinner over there or

0:23:37.280,0:23:41.279
something like that

0:23:38.159,0:23:44.000
right just for the ambiance but

0:23:41.279,0:23:45.440
i think just to say that they’re not

0:23:44.000,0:23:46.320
booking as much money off of those

0:23:45.440,0:23:48.080
people it’s

0:23:46.320,0:23:50.159
probably not that accurate because you

0:23:48.080,0:23:52.159
might not be doing it per trip

0:23:50.159,0:23:54.720
but i think if you look at it over the

0:23:52.159,0:23:57.520
course of a year or multiple years

0:23:54.720,0:23:58.960
they’re spending more than the family

0:23:57.520,0:24:01.039
that goes there once a year

0:23:58.960,0:24:02.240
i can see that in a lifetime yeah i can

0:24:01.039,0:24:04.640
see that

0:24:02.240,0:24:05.679
plus they’re the people that are

0:24:04.640,0:24:08.000
probably

0:24:05.679,0:24:10.000
buying the higher end merchandise

0:24:08.000,0:24:13.120
staying at the higher end

0:24:10.000,0:24:14.400
uh resort hotels that you have there you

0:24:13.120,0:24:14.799
know they’re the ones that are eating at

0:24:14.400,0:24:17.440
the

0:24:14.799,0:24:19.120
the higher end restaurants you know

0:24:17.440,0:24:19.440
they’re right because they know about

0:24:19.120,0:24:22.799
them

0:24:19.440,0:24:24.640
right so they’re the insiders right yeah

0:24:22.799,0:24:26.240
people are going and staying at all

0:24:24.640,0:24:28.159
stars and eating

0:24:26.240,0:24:29.840
you know quick serve because they’ve you

0:24:28.159,0:24:31.760
know they’re trying to do it on a budget

0:24:29.840,0:24:33.279
right right these are people that you

0:24:31.760,0:24:34.799
know it’s it’s just like eating at a

0:24:33.279,0:24:37.760
local restaurant for us

0:24:34.799,0:24:39.279
yeah i could see that um so i i think if

0:24:37.760,0:24:41.200
they do away with it they’re gonna

0:24:39.279,0:24:44.159
it’s gonna really hurt hurt business and

0:24:41.200,0:24:44.159
it’s gonna hurt the fans

0:24:45.520,0:24:49.760
it looks like disney was making all the

0:24:48.159,0:24:51.200
right decisions early on in this

0:24:49.760,0:24:53.039
pandemic and it looks like

0:24:51.200,0:24:55.039
almost desperation now where they’re

0:24:53.039,0:24:57.840
making decisions

0:24:55.039,0:24:59.600
that are more business-centric and less

0:24:57.840,0:25:01.200
customer-centric

0:24:59.600,0:25:02.960
and ultimately in the long run that’s

0:25:01.200,0:25:05.279
going to cost you even disney’s

0:25:02.960,0:25:07.279
brand can erode yeah you know we’ve seen

0:25:05.279,0:25:09.200
that happen in the 80s

0:25:07.279,0:25:11.360
where they allowed the brand to erode so

0:25:09.200,0:25:12.799
yeah if they’re not smart and they don’t

0:25:11.360,0:25:14.880
play the right game

0:25:12.799,0:25:16.799
then they’re going to lose more money in

0:25:14.880,0:25:19.039
the long run

0:25:16.799,0:25:20.400
speaking of losing money what happened

0:25:19.039,0:25:23.440
to disneyland paris

0:25:20.400,0:25:27.520
yeah so obviously you know

0:25:23.440,0:25:29.279
french authorities had made a decision

0:25:27.520,0:25:32.559
because they’re having spikes

0:25:29.279,0:25:35.679
in covid cases that disneyland

0:25:32.559,0:25:39.520
paris actually closed at the end of day

0:25:35.679,0:25:42.240
on october 29th they were actually

0:25:39.520,0:25:44.320
getting ready to to start doing their

0:25:42.240,0:25:47.919
christmas season

0:25:44.320,0:25:49.679
and they actually had posted a note

0:25:47.919,0:25:50.640
saying that in anticipation of

0:25:49.679,0:25:53.120
celebrating

0:25:50.640,0:25:56.159
the christmas holiday season we will be

0:25:53.120,0:26:00.000
taking reservations from december 19th

0:25:56.159,0:26:02.480
to january third and hope to be opened

0:26:00.000,0:26:03.679
uh based on prevailing conditions and

0:26:02.480,0:26:06.240
government guidance

0:26:03.679,0:26:06.880
at that time disneyland paris will be

0:26:06.240,0:26:10.080
closed from

0:26:06.880,0:26:12.080
january 4th through february 12th

0:26:10.080,0:26:14.080
please check back on the website for

0:26:12.080,0:26:15.760
regular updates if you have a booking

0:26:14.080,0:26:16.559
with us during the above mentioned

0:26:15.760,0:26:18.880
period

0:26:16.559,0:26:20.720
please check here for our latest

0:26:18.880,0:26:24.240
commercial conditions and they

0:26:20.720,0:26:24.640
had a link available so they had opened

0:26:24.240,0:26:26.720
up

0:26:24.640,0:26:29.120
things seemed to be going okay and just

0:26:26.720,0:26:30.799
in general

0:26:29.120,0:26:33.039
you know the country started seeing

0:26:30.799,0:26:35.679
spikes so it was mandated

0:26:33.039,0:26:37.279
for you know parks and other things to

0:26:35.679,0:26:40.400
to close so

0:26:37.279,0:26:42.559
they’re hoping to be open you know for

0:26:40.400,0:26:43.840
a couple of weeks for christmas then

0:26:42.559,0:26:46.000
close back again

0:26:43.840,0:26:47.039
for about a month and a half and hoping

0:26:46.000,0:26:50.640
that by

0:26:47.039,0:26:53.120
february things can can be

0:26:50.640,0:26:54.960
a little normal again now this is by

0:26:53.120,0:26:57.200
government mandated this

0:26:54.960,0:26:59.039
this isn’t just disney deciding yeah

0:26:57.200,0:27:01.279
from an overabundance of course

0:26:59.039,0:27:02.880
yeah this is this is the government

0:27:01.279,0:27:04.480
right so there’s not much

0:27:02.880,0:27:07.279
it’s like california there isn’t much

0:27:04.480,0:27:09.520
they can do right uh we do know that the

0:27:07.279,0:27:11.520
the state representatives from

0:27:09.520,0:27:13.760
california had gone to florida

0:27:11.520,0:27:15.279
right to kind of look at the methods

0:27:13.760,0:27:16.240
that were being done at the theme parks

0:27:15.279,0:27:18.159
there

0:27:16.240,0:27:20.000
nothing’s come of that so far as far as

0:27:18.159,0:27:22.159
announcements or anything but

0:27:20.000,0:27:24.080
should california decide to adopt some

0:27:22.159,0:27:26.640
of those and reopen

0:27:24.080,0:27:27.600
it it might be an influence on francis

0:27:26.640,0:27:28.880
yeah but again

0:27:27.600,0:27:31.279
you know they’re they’re basically

0:27:28.880,0:27:32.159
closing down a long medical guidelines

0:27:31.279,0:27:33.919
at this point for

0:27:32.159,0:27:36.000
our team situation now they had

0:27:33.919,0:27:38.880
announced that some of

0:27:36.000,0:27:39.760
california adventure was going to be

0:27:38.880,0:27:41.520
opening

0:27:39.760,0:27:43.520
but kind of along the lines of

0:27:41.520,0:27:44.159
knottsbury farms where it’s just the

0:27:43.520,0:27:48.240
food

0:27:44.159,0:27:50.240
and shopping area so along with uh

0:27:48.240,0:27:51.039
disney springs which is their shopping

0:27:50.240,0:27:54.240
district

0:27:51.039,0:27:57.360
they are going to be opening parts of uh

0:27:54.240,0:27:58.080
the park as well but again just for

0:27:57.360,0:28:00.320
shopping

0:27:58.080,0:28:01.679
just for dining you won’t need a ticket

0:28:00.320,0:28:02.960
i don’t know if you’re going to need a

0:28:01.679,0:28:05.600
reservation

0:28:02.960,0:28:07.919
uh for it so you know they’re starting

0:28:05.600,0:28:10.000
to open up a little bit but again it’s

0:28:07.919,0:28:12.799
not the rides it’s not

0:28:10.000,0:28:14.159
uh both parks it’s just a a little

0:28:12.799,0:28:17.360
section of it

0:28:14.159,0:28:18.640
but it’s something hopefully

0:28:17.360,0:28:20.399
you know hopefully they can stick to

0:28:18.640,0:28:22.159
their schedule and reopen and do it

0:28:20.399,0:28:24.320
safely yeah there was kind of a

0:28:22.159,0:28:26.080
uh after the whole thing with paris

0:28:24.320,0:28:28.720
there was a separate article

0:28:26.080,0:28:29.200
on one of the business uh websites that

0:28:28.720,0:28:31.840
said

0:28:29.200,0:28:34.240
you know could california actually open

0:28:31.840,0:28:37.039
before paris opens back up

0:28:34.240,0:28:38.320
you know because right now there there’s

0:28:37.039,0:28:40.159
no time frame

0:28:38.320,0:28:42.320
you know for california at least paris

0:28:40.159,0:28:45.679
has some kind of a

0:28:42.320,0:28:47.919
right right an end at the tunnel so

0:28:45.679,0:28:49.840
hopefully we’ll we’ll start start

0:28:47.919,0:28:51.279
getting back to normal or some sense of

0:28:49.840,0:28:53.039
normal soon

0:28:51.279,0:28:54.559
so but that was all we had for our

0:28:53.039,0:28:56.320
disney detective

0:28:54.559,0:28:58.000
we’re gonna take a quick break and we’ll

0:28:56.320,0:29:01.679
be back with our tales

0:28:58.000,0:29:01.679
from the edge of the galaxy

0:29:03.050,0:29:06.579
[Applause]

0:29:08.559,0:29:12.320
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0:30:10.640,0:30:15.440
go for tails from the edge of the galaxy

0:30:16.399,0:30:26.960
pew pew pew pew pew i know

0:30:23.279,0:30:28.559
so the star wars holiday special is

0:30:26.960,0:30:32.240
coming to disney plus

0:30:28.559,0:30:32.799
uh the end of next month and it’ll like

0:30:32.240,0:30:35.279
in it’s

0:30:32.799,0:30:36.559
obviously very unlike the original of

0:30:35.279,0:30:38.320
the same name

0:30:36.559,0:30:40.799
and this actually sounds like it won’t

0:30:38.320,0:30:43.840
scar us for life hopefully

0:30:40.799,0:30:46.080
so talking to entertainment weekly

0:30:43.840,0:30:47.919
the executive producer had said the

0:30:46.080,0:30:49.840
holiday special has something

0:30:47.919,0:30:51.440
you will never see in star wars

0:30:49.840,0:30:53.840
otherwise which is

0:30:51.440,0:30:56.399
all of the characters from across all

0:30:53.840,0:30:58.799
timelines kind of crashing in together

0:30:56.399,0:31:01.360
normally story groups are so concerned

0:30:58.799,0:31:04.559
about maintaining this amazing galaxy

0:31:01.360,0:31:06.559
so that it feels cohesive and it was

0:31:04.559,0:31:07.200
liberating to do this in a way that was

0:31:06.559,0:31:10.320
charming

0:31:07.200,0:31:12.799
and fun so it’s

0:31:10.320,0:31:14.159
kind of like if you’ve ever played any

0:31:12.799,0:31:16.799
of the star wars

0:31:14.159,0:31:18.240
lego games where you can kind of mix up

0:31:16.799,0:31:20.720
your characters

0:31:18.240,0:31:23.039
uh while you’re playing the game this is

0:31:20.720,0:31:25.519
kind of going to be the same thing for

0:31:23.039,0:31:26.320
uh the holiday special so currently

0:31:25.519,0:31:28.240
confirmed

0:31:26.320,0:31:30.559
is that rey will be fighting her

0:31:28.240,0:31:32.000
grandfather’s former apprentice darth

0:31:30.559,0:31:34.799
vader in one scene

0:31:32.000,0:31:36.399
while all three errors of obi-wan

0:31:34.799,0:31:39.039
presumably padawan

0:31:36.399,0:31:39.760
bearded ear uh ewan mcgregor and alec

0:31:39.039,0:31:42.000
guinness

0:31:39.760,0:31:43.519
are all featured in a scene together so

0:31:42.000,0:31:46.080
that’s going to be kind of

0:31:43.519,0:31:47.360
cool to to have all of them uh it’ll be

0:31:46.080,0:31:48.960
like you know doctor who

0:31:47.360,0:31:50.880
i was just gonna say it’s a doctor who’s

0:31:48.960,0:31:53.039
special with all the different doctors

0:31:50.880,0:31:54.880
uh so the ha the star wars holiday

0:31:53.039,0:31:57.120
special will take place

0:31:54.880,0:31:59.840
following the events of star wars rise

0:31:57.120,0:32:02.559
of skywalker

0:31:59.840,0:32:03.360
life day which is the one remaining

0:32:02.559,0:32:06.399
thread

0:32:03.360,0:32:10.880
from the original holiday special uh

0:32:06.399,0:32:14.000
will kind of be you know celebrated

0:32:10.880,0:32:16.480
and rey ends up in a jedi temple

0:32:14.000,0:32:17.679
that pushes her back in time and

0:32:16.480,0:32:20.640
experiencing

0:32:17.679,0:32:22.880
several iconic moments so that’s are we

0:32:20.640,0:32:23.679
going to see wookies in red dresses

0:32:22.880,0:32:26.720
though

0:32:23.679,0:32:28.000
i don’t know it did not say because that

0:32:26.720,0:32:30.160
holiday special had some

0:32:28.000,0:32:32.480
compelling dialogue

0:32:30.160,0:32:35.200
[Applause]

0:32:32.480,0:32:36.320
that was really it um so we don’t have a

0:32:35.200,0:32:39.519
long wait

0:32:36.320,0:32:42.880
um the star wars holiday special will

0:32:39.519,0:32:46.080
be airing on november 17th

0:32:42.880,0:32:48.880
obviously only on disney plus so

0:32:46.080,0:32:49.440
not too long uh to wait because it’s

0:32:48.880,0:32:53.440
already

0:32:49.440,0:32:56.559
the 31st of oh my god it’s the 31st of

0:32:53.440,0:32:58.399
blursville happy anniversary happy

0:32:56.559,0:33:00.559
anniversary oh look at that

0:32:58.399,0:33:01.519
so i’m looking forward to that yeah it

0:33:00.559,0:33:04.960
should be fun

0:33:01.519,0:33:08.480
should be fun tell us about the mando

0:33:04.960,0:33:11.760
so obviously we are now negative

0:33:08.480,0:33:14.559
one day from the airing of

0:33:11.760,0:33:16.880
season two of the mandalorian we

0:33:14.559,0:33:20.960
happened to watch it last night

0:33:16.880,0:33:24.399
and it was fantastic it was everything

0:33:20.960,0:33:28.240
we wanted it to be and even more

0:33:24.399,0:33:29.760
um we did even catch um later on in the

0:33:28.240,0:33:33.279
evening they had a red

0:33:29.760,0:33:35.519
carpet virtual red carpet event um

0:33:33.279,0:33:37.600
that was uh streaming on twitter we

0:33:35.519,0:33:39.919
actually you know caught that

0:33:37.600,0:33:40.640
um as well so that was kind of cool to

0:33:39.919,0:33:44.320
see

0:33:40.640,0:33:48.159
um so um

0:33:44.320,0:33:51.279
uh giancarlo esposito was actually

0:33:48.159,0:33:52.000
uh talking uh i don’t know who i think

0:33:51.279,0:33:53.919
it

0:33:52.000,0:33:55.760
don’t know what uh oh it was good

0:33:53.919,0:33:57.120
morning america uh he was being

0:33:55.760,0:33:59.840
interviewed and talking

0:33:57.120,0:34:02.000
talking about his character um you know

0:33:59.840,0:34:04.480
making such a memorable appearance

0:34:02.000,0:34:07.279
in the first season and what could you

0:34:04.480,0:34:09.440
know you you we look forward to

0:34:07.279,0:34:10.639
you know for season two and he said that

0:34:09.440,0:34:13.440
his character

0:34:10.639,0:34:15.520
is kind of the warden of the galaxy he’s

0:34:13.440,0:34:18.800
a remnant of the imperial

0:34:15.520,0:34:22.000
uh empire and that he’s still searching

0:34:18.800,0:34:22.960
for his quarry which uh you know that we

0:34:22.000,0:34:25.440
kind of hope that

0:34:22.960,0:34:27.119
that he’ll find he said he’s you know so

0:34:25.440,0:34:30.320
happy to be part of that show

0:34:27.119,0:34:34.079
that really depicts a story

0:34:30.320,0:34:36.720
about humanity and heroism um

0:34:34.079,0:34:38.480
and he you know and and he says that you

0:34:36.720,0:34:39.200
know he’s played different villains but

0:34:38.480,0:34:42.560
he really

0:34:39.200,0:34:43.599
loves you know playing this character

0:34:42.560,0:34:46.639
because he thinks in

0:34:43.599,0:34:47.280
a lot of cases he’s he’s a hero of you

0:34:46.639,0:34:50.000
know

0:34:47.280,0:34:50.960
the the galaxy um he says that you know

0:34:50.000,0:34:54.159
star wars is

0:34:50.960,0:34:54.720
iconic and um as we’ve heard him mention

0:34:54.159,0:34:56.399
before

0:34:54.720,0:34:59.119
you know would i have rather have been

0:34:56.399,0:35:02.079
in a movie or the television show

0:34:59.119,0:35:03.599
and he says that he thinks he totally

0:35:02.079,0:35:06.400
made the right choice

0:35:03.599,0:35:07.680
because you know for him it’s just an

0:35:06.400,0:35:10.720
empowering

0:35:07.680,0:35:13.680
moment being in the mandalorian

0:35:10.720,0:35:15.440
you know where we are right now so we

0:35:13.680,0:35:18.720
didn’t get to see him in

0:35:15.440,0:35:20.720
you know this first episode but i’m sure

0:35:18.720,0:35:22.480
he’s going to be you know making his

0:35:20.720,0:35:25.280
appearance at some point

0:35:22.480,0:35:25.839
within the season so yeah and it’s kind

0:35:25.280,0:35:30.320
of cool

0:35:25.839,0:35:32.960
the character that he plays because

0:35:30.320,0:35:35.119
the time span from return of the jedi to

0:35:32.960,0:35:38.240
force awakens

0:35:35.119,0:35:40.079
something happens right you know the

0:35:38.240,0:35:41.520
empire’s not there but the first order

0:35:40.079,0:35:43.760
rises so there’s some

0:35:41.520,0:35:46.160
type of transitionary period here and

0:35:43.760,0:35:48.000
we’re a few years after

0:35:46.160,0:35:51.359
returning the jedi here and we see that

0:35:48.000,0:35:53.520
the empire still kind of exists

0:35:51.359,0:35:56.880
so what’s really cool is he’s going to

0:35:53.520,0:35:59.440
sort of bridge part of that gap for us

0:35:56.880,0:36:00.240
and and kind of put us on our path to

0:35:59.440,0:36:04.400
where the for

0:36:00.240,0:36:05.920
the first order rises so a very cool

0:36:04.400,0:36:08.079
transition everything that we’re looking

0:36:05.920,0:36:12.400
at here and he has a cool weapon

0:36:08.079,0:36:15.359
and he does have a cool weapon which is

0:36:12.400,0:36:16.240
because the best way for the world got

0:36:15.359,0:36:18.000
it for me for

0:36:16.240,0:36:19.119
our anniversary i didn’t bring it up you

0:36:18.000,0:36:20.160
should have brought it you should have

0:36:19.119,0:36:22.240
along with your other

0:36:20.160,0:36:23.839
star wars-y stuff yeah i got a lot of

0:36:22.240,0:36:26.320
star wars stuff today

0:36:23.839,0:36:28.160
because somebody loves you yes yes

0:36:26.320,0:36:28.640
someone does and when i figure out who

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it is

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i’m gonna let them know what i think you

0:36:31.599,0:36:37.599
give them a piece of your mind

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uh that was all we had for our

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go for entertainment news so

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marvel might be uh retconning the mcu to

0:38:02.480,0:38:08.240
accommodate the x-men

0:38:04.640,0:38:10.320
so characters of wanda and piedro

0:38:08.240,0:38:13.040
were introduced in the marvel cinematic

0:38:10.320,0:38:14.560
universe in avengers age of ultron

0:38:13.040,0:38:16.720
obviously if you haven’t seen it

0:38:14.560,0:38:18.480
spoilers wanda was the only one that

0:38:16.720,0:38:20.240
made it out alive

0:38:18.480,0:38:22.720
since then she’s obviously gone to have

0:38:20.240,0:38:25.359
an important role in the franchise

0:38:22.720,0:38:26.320
and is actually going to be part of her

0:38:25.359,0:38:28.960
own show

0:38:26.320,0:38:30.000
one division which will be airing uh in

0:38:28.960,0:38:32.560
december

0:38:30.000,0:38:33.760
on disney plus but there’s always been

0:38:32.560,0:38:36.880
kind of something

0:38:33.760,0:38:39.440
weird so wanda and her brother

0:38:36.880,0:38:41.040
are technically from the x-men comics

0:38:39.440,0:38:44.720
because they’re mutants

0:38:41.040,0:38:46.000
um piedro was has the mutant ability to

0:38:44.720,0:38:49.280
run really fast and

0:38:46.000,0:38:52.880
wanda has the ability to control

0:38:49.280,0:38:55.599
probability um so so far

0:38:52.880,0:38:57.520
marvel marvel could never say that they

0:38:55.599,0:39:00.400
were mutants in the movies

0:38:57.520,0:39:01.119
because 20th century fox had the film

0:39:00.400,0:39:04.640
rights to

0:39:01.119,0:39:06.800
x-men but now disney obviously owns

0:39:04.640,0:39:08.240
20th century fox so it’s only a matter

0:39:06.800,0:39:11.359
of time

0:39:08.240,0:39:14.160
between wolverine cyclops

0:39:11.359,0:39:15.359
and and jean grey to be introduced into

0:39:14.160,0:39:19.200
the mcu

0:39:15.359,0:39:21.760
so obviously where does that leave wanda

0:39:19.200,0:39:24.000
she’s been a mutant this whole time or

0:39:21.760,0:39:26.480
will marvel stick with their original

0:39:24.000,0:39:28.560
explanation that she and her brother

0:39:26.480,0:39:32.320
gain their powers after being

0:39:28.560,0:39:33.599
exposed to the mind stone in loki’s

0:39:32.320,0:39:35.760
scepter

0:39:33.599,0:39:36.720
well it looks like the studio may have

0:39:35.760,0:39:40.160
found a

0:39:36.720,0:39:43.359
middle path so there is a new

0:39:40.160,0:39:46.560
excuse me in universe bookout called

0:39:43.359,0:39:49.359
the wakanda files um and it’s a

0:39:46.560,0:39:51.280
exploration of the avengers and beyond

0:39:49.359,0:39:53.839
and it’s comprised of notes

0:39:51.280,0:39:54.839
on all things marvel lore which is

0:39:53.839,0:39:57.280
supposed to be

0:39:54.839,0:39:58.640
compiled blocked by black panther’s

0:39:57.280,0:40:00.800
sister shuri

0:39:58.640,0:40:02.079
and it has some interesting notes about

0:40:00.800,0:40:05.839
the siblings

0:40:02.079,0:40:08.560
one such note comes from baron

0:40:05.839,0:40:10.640
von schucker who did experiments

0:40:08.560,0:40:13.520
involving the mind stone

0:40:10.640,0:40:15.599
on human test subjects although wanda

0:40:13.520,0:40:17.359
and her brother were the only ones who

0:40:15.599,0:40:20.400
survived

0:40:17.359,0:40:23.359
stucker notes that the twins had the

0:40:20.400,0:40:26.720
appropriate genetic marker that makes

0:40:23.359,0:40:29.680
them conducive for human trial volunteer

0:40:26.720,0:40:30.400
so that was kind of how they they

0:40:29.680,0:40:33.599
slipped it

0:40:30.400,0:40:37.280
in so are they gonna

0:40:33.599,0:40:40.319
stick with that are they gonna kind of

0:40:37.280,0:40:40.640
fish fishing around and and bring in you

0:40:40.319,0:40:45.280
know

0:40:40.640,0:40:48.240
other mutants calling the mutants or

0:40:45.280,0:40:49.040
other things so maybe we’ll find out a

0:40:48.240,0:40:52.720
little bit more

0:40:49.040,0:40:55.280
once one division you know drops uh

0:40:52.720,0:40:57.839
in december so and you know it’s it’s

0:40:55.280,0:41:00.240
kind of hard to think

0:40:57.839,0:41:02.000
why you kind of need to go that route

0:41:00.240,0:41:03.920
you know the marvel cinematic universe

0:41:02.000,0:41:05.040
right now is huge

0:41:03.920,0:41:07.680
if you add i mean they’re talking we’re

0:41:05.040,0:41:10.240
talking about adding spider-man

0:41:07.680,0:41:11.599
in you know on a regular basis you’re

0:41:10.240,0:41:15.599
talking about

0:41:11.599,0:41:17.839
bringing the x-men universe into it

0:41:15.599,0:41:19.040
i think considering the path that they

0:41:17.839,0:41:21.040
went down

0:41:19.040,0:41:23.119
you could conceivably from a story

0:41:21.040,0:41:24.960
standpoint say that

0:41:23.119,0:41:26.480
but you also have to look at what else

0:41:24.960,0:41:29.359
they’ve done you know they

0:41:26.480,0:41:31.440
in uh agents of shield we got the

0:41:29.359,0:41:32.240
inhumans who have the genetic marker for

0:41:31.440,0:41:34.800
the transgender

0:41:32.240,0:41:35.599
so it’s true you know so there’s there’s

0:41:34.800,0:41:38.160
all kinds of

0:41:35.599,0:41:40.000
directions that they can go with this

0:41:38.160,0:41:42.720
honestly i think if they go the route

0:41:40.000,0:41:46.720
since you’ve already killed off

0:41:42.720,0:41:48.079
quicksilver i think you probably are

0:41:46.720,0:41:50.400
safer going off in

0:41:48.079,0:41:52.000
in keeping her as a separate character

0:41:50.400,0:41:53.280
in the mcu and sticking to that

0:41:52.000,0:41:55.040
storyline

0:41:53.280,0:41:56.400
uh but it should be interesting you know

0:41:55.040,0:41:57.920
it’s good to know they’ve got options

0:41:56.400,0:42:01.040
now right right right

0:41:57.920,0:42:02.720
where you know ten years ago we were all

0:42:01.040,0:42:04.480
itching to see these crossovers and

0:42:02.720,0:42:05.280
everything else and they couldn’t do it

0:42:04.480,0:42:08.640
licensing

0:42:05.280,0:42:10.720
right right marvel marvel really did a

0:42:08.640,0:42:12.079
mess of a job with their licensing from

0:42:10.720,0:42:14.400
movies yeah

0:42:12.079,0:42:16.000
you can have these three you can have

0:42:14.400,0:42:19.119
these guys and you can have these

0:42:16.000,0:42:22.560
guys but none of us will ever talk yeah

0:42:19.119,0:42:24.880
together had they been smarter

0:42:22.560,0:42:26.000
you know kind of like disney was with uh

0:42:24.880,0:42:29.119
or not disney but uh

0:42:26.000,0:42:31.760
star wars was their licensing yeah they

0:42:29.119,0:42:33.839
retain all the licensing rights

0:42:31.760,0:42:35.040
and they basically lease those licensing

0:42:33.839,0:42:37.359
rights out

0:42:35.040,0:42:38.960
to booksellers and game makers and

0:42:37.359,0:42:41.200
software developers

0:42:38.960,0:42:42.640
but ultimately lucas still owned

0:42:41.200,0:42:43.920
everything

0:42:42.640,0:42:45.040
it’s a shame that marvel didn’t do that

0:42:43.920,0:42:45.760
because it would have cleaned this up a

0:42:45.040,0:42:47.760
lot quicker right

0:42:45.760,0:42:49.280
right but then maybe it wouldn’t have

0:42:47.760,0:42:50.720
been i don’t know maybe

0:42:49.280,0:42:52.720
because some of the marvel stuff that

0:42:50.720,0:42:55.920
came out from other

0:42:52.720,0:42:57.920
areas wasn’t as as good so

0:42:55.920,0:43:00.720
absolutely you know i wonder if you

0:42:57.920,0:43:02.880
would have gotten that same quality

0:43:00.720,0:43:04.640
you know maybe it kind of needed you

0:43:02.880,0:43:06.720
know i don’t know or maybe

0:43:04.640,0:43:08.160
if it was in the right hand it could

0:43:06.720,0:43:09.680
have been better

0:43:08.160,0:43:11.119
from the beginning remember we didn’t

0:43:09.680,0:43:12.400
really get the quality stuff until

0:43:11.119,0:43:15.440
disney acquired

0:43:12.400,0:43:15.920
yeah marvel yeah so had marvel stuck to

0:43:15.440,0:43:17.599
the

0:43:15.920,0:43:19.839
lucas model and just licensed their

0:43:17.599,0:43:21.680
stuff out when disney got it they would

0:43:19.839,0:43:23.359
have gotten the entire thing

0:43:21.680,0:43:24.839
true yeah which would have just been a

0:43:23.359,0:43:28.079
much cleaner transition

0:43:24.839,0:43:28.480
yeah but uh in the meantime let’s talk

0:43:28.079,0:43:31.440
about

0:43:28.480,0:43:32.079
spider-man and hey money the water is

0:43:31.440,0:43:34.480
even more

0:43:32.079,0:43:35.760
since we were talking about spider-man

0:43:34.480,0:43:38.480
so obviously

0:43:35.760,0:43:39.359
tom holland has had a very successful

0:43:38.480,0:43:42.880
run

0:43:39.359,0:43:44.560
at spider-man he debuted in captain

0:43:42.880,0:43:47.599
america civil war

0:43:44.560,0:43:48.720
um then we had you know the spider-man

0:43:47.599,0:43:51.839
homecoming

0:43:48.720,0:43:52.240
and spider-man far from home he was also

0:43:51.839,0:43:55.680
in

0:43:52.240,0:43:56.160
infinity wars and end game and then we

0:43:55.680,0:43:59.599
had

0:43:56.160,0:44:02.960
all this you know problems um between

0:43:59.599,0:44:03.680
sony and and marvel studios because

0:44:02.960,0:44:06.880
again of

0:44:03.680,0:44:09.920
of the licensing issues um

0:44:06.880,0:44:11.599
so again we were hoping that

0:44:09.920,0:44:13.920
you know a new spider-man was going to

0:44:11.599,0:44:18.160
come out then we weren’t sure if it was

0:44:13.920,0:44:21.200
so now it seems that spider-man 3 is

0:44:18.160,0:44:24.400
on the table again originally it was

0:44:21.200,0:44:27.280
going to be coming out in july of 2021

0:44:24.400,0:44:28.079
then it got moved to november and now we

0:44:27.280,0:44:31.280
actually have

0:44:28.079,0:44:34.480
a december 17 2021

0:44:31.280,0:44:36.480
date so at least it’s something for next

0:44:34.480,0:44:37.200
year it’s just obviously pushed out

0:44:36.480,0:44:40.560
later

0:44:37.200,0:44:42.319
um last sunday uh tom holland had

0:44:40.560,0:44:45.200
actually posted an instagram

0:44:42.319,0:44:45.760
story um in which he revealed that

0:44:45.200,0:44:48.560
filming

0:44:45.760,0:44:50.960
of spider-man 3 was a go and that he had

0:44:48.560,0:44:54.319
just landed on location

0:44:50.960,0:44:57.040
in atlanta georgia um and he had said

0:44:54.319,0:44:57.599
okay so we just landed in atlanta it’s

0:44:57.040,0:45:00.880
time for

0:44:57.599,0:45:02.160
spider-man 3 let’s go so of course very

0:45:00.880,0:45:04.800
exciting news that

0:45:02.160,0:45:05.440
you know he’s back to work and and that

0:45:04.800,0:45:08.079
um

0:45:05.440,0:45:09.920
filming has started um some more

0:45:08.079,0:45:10.720
information has been coming out about

0:45:09.920,0:45:13.359
the movie

0:45:10.720,0:45:14.319
and that we learned that dr strange will

0:45:13.359,0:45:17.920
be making

0:45:14.319,0:45:18.640
an appearance and that also a shocking

0:45:17.920,0:45:22.079
comeback

0:45:18.640,0:45:25.359
for jamie foxx’s electro who actually

0:45:22.079,0:45:27.359
last faced andrew garfield spider-man

0:45:25.359,0:45:29.920
and the amazing spider-man 2

0:45:27.359,0:45:32.079
will be making an appearance so now this

0:45:29.920,0:45:33.839
has a couple of fans maybe speculating

0:45:32.079,0:45:37.119
that spider-man 3

0:45:33.839,0:45:40.640
might actually be a live action version

0:45:37.119,0:45:41.359
spider-verse version that maybe andrew

0:45:40.640,0:45:45.200
garfield

0:45:41.359,0:45:48.640
and toby maguire maybe would be joining

0:45:45.200,0:45:50.960
possibly uh in this this movie so again

0:45:48.640,0:45:52.400
a lot of speculation on that part of it

0:45:50.960,0:45:53.839
but kind of cool

0:45:52.400,0:45:55.920
that there’s gonna be some other you

0:45:53.839,0:45:59.440
know crossover characters

0:45:55.920,0:46:02.000
in uh in this episode so uh so

0:45:59.440,0:46:03.359
unfortunately again a little bit of a

0:46:02.000,0:46:06.720
delay for this one

0:46:03.359,0:46:09.520
but this will be next december of uh

0:46:06.720,0:46:10.000
2021 for this one and that’s exciting

0:46:09.520,0:46:11.839
news

0:46:10.000,0:46:13.119
you know the prospect that it could be a

0:46:11.839,0:46:16.079
crossover

0:46:13.119,0:46:20.079
you know type thing it’d be a great

0:46:16.079,0:46:23.200
intro for the miles morales character

0:46:20.079,0:46:25.200
and still allow you to keep your

0:46:23.200,0:46:26.640
you know the spider-man that you like

0:46:25.200,0:46:28.160
right because everyone seems just like

0:46:26.640,0:46:28.480
everybody has a spider-man there just

0:46:28.160,0:46:30.880
like

0:46:28.480,0:46:32.640
james bond and doctor who everyone has

0:46:30.880,0:46:34.960
their their favorite spider-man

0:46:32.640,0:46:36.079
right right so that that’ll be kind of

0:46:34.960,0:46:39.280
cool

0:46:36.079,0:46:42.560
speaking of jane’s bond not yet

0:46:39.280,0:46:44.720
we’ll get to that before that

0:46:42.560,0:46:47.359
we have other bad news to talk about

0:46:44.720,0:46:51.599
yeah so one of our favorite uh

0:46:47.359,0:46:54.800
shows from netflix uh is mine hunter

0:46:51.599,0:46:57.680
and they had two seasons on netflix

0:46:54.800,0:46:58.960
originally they had been talking about a

0:46:57.680,0:47:01.359
season three

0:46:58.960,0:47:02.319
and now it seems that it isn’t going to

0:47:01.359,0:47:05.920
be happening

0:47:02.319,0:47:07.760
at least as of now um so the producer

0:47:05.920,0:47:09.760
and director

0:47:07.760,0:47:11.280
delivered the sad news but it wasn’t

0:47:09.760,0:47:14.560
kind of you know

0:47:11.280,0:47:16.640
it was kind of not ex unexpected

0:47:14.560,0:47:19.359
he was actually being interviewed

0:47:16.640,0:47:22.720
talking about his upcoming netflix film

0:47:19.359,0:47:24.079
uh the manc and he mentioned that he had

0:47:22.720,0:47:27.440
decided to make

0:47:24.079,0:47:30.480
the mank after exhausting years uh

0:47:27.440,0:47:32.400
spending uh that he

0:47:30.480,0:47:34.240
you know he he was exhausted after

0:47:32.400,0:47:35.680
spending so much time making the first

0:47:34.240,0:47:39.359
two seasons of

0:47:35.680,0:47:41.359
the of mine hunter he said we had done

0:47:39.359,0:47:42.960
the first two seasons of mind hunter

0:47:41.359,0:47:45.280
without a show runner

0:47:42.960,0:47:46.079
with me pinch hitting on a week by week

0:47:45.280,0:47:47.760
basis

0:47:46.079,0:47:49.680
we started getting scripts for the

0:47:47.760,0:47:51.599
second season and i ended up

0:47:49.680,0:47:53.440
looking at what was written and decided

0:47:51.599,0:47:55.680
i can’t take any of it

0:47:53.440,0:47:56.480
so we tossed it and started all over

0:47:55.680,0:48:00.160
again

0:47:56.480,0:48:02.720
um then he brought in um some people

0:48:00.160,0:48:05.040
to kind of help him you know write it

0:48:02.720,0:48:08.240
and ended up doing you know some

0:48:05.040,0:48:10.480
some co-show running um but it ended up

0:48:08.240,0:48:13.280
being a 90-hour work week

0:48:10.480,0:48:13.760
and it absorbs everything in your life

0:48:13.280,0:48:16.079
and

0:48:13.760,0:48:18.000
he said when he got done he was pretty

0:48:16.079,0:48:21.119
much exhausted and he said

0:48:18.000,0:48:24.160
i don’t know if i could you know

0:48:21.119,0:48:26.319
do a third season at this point um

0:48:24.160,0:48:27.200
so rather than fighting for another

0:48:26.319,0:48:29.520
season

0:48:27.200,0:48:31.359
he said that netflix executives asked

0:48:29.520,0:48:33.599
him if they would rather

0:48:31.359,0:48:35.119
you know he rather what he rather work

0:48:33.599,0:48:37.200
on and that’s when

0:48:35.119,0:48:38.160
this new movie that he he’s working on

0:48:37.200,0:48:41.760
the manc

0:48:38.160,0:48:42.800
um kind of came to be he said listen for

0:48:41.760,0:48:45.440
the viewership

0:48:42.800,0:48:47.280
that it had it was an expensive show we

0:48:45.440,0:48:48.160
talked about finish bank and then see

0:48:47.280,0:48:49.839
how you feel

0:48:48.160,0:48:51.440
but i honestly don’t think that we’re

0:48:49.839,0:48:54.079
going to be able to do it

0:48:51.440,0:48:55.760
for less than what i did season 2 for

0:48:54.079,0:48:57.920
and on the same level you have to be

0:48:55.760,0:48:59.200
realistic about dollars having equal

0:48:57.920,0:49:02.319
eyeballs

0:48:59.200,0:49:04.240
so i don’t know maybe it’ll be something

0:49:02.319,0:49:06.720
in a couple of years

0:49:04.240,0:49:07.920
you know he decides to to go back and

0:49:06.720,0:49:10.880
finish it or maybe

0:49:07.920,0:49:11.200
you know a different producer comes in

0:49:10.880,0:49:13.839
and

0:49:11.200,0:49:15.119
and you know takes it because that’s you

0:49:13.839,0:49:17.599
know happened before

0:49:15.119,0:49:18.800
with various shows that still had a

0:49:17.599,0:49:20.960
following

0:49:18.800,0:49:23.200
you know but they kind of changed you

0:49:20.960,0:49:24.960
know changed hands

0:49:23.200,0:49:27.359
it was a very well written show

0:49:24.960,0:49:31.760
incredibly subliminal

0:49:27.359,0:49:33.440
and incredibly well acted and produced

0:49:31.760,0:49:34.880
if it doesn’t come back it’ll be missed

0:49:33.440,0:49:39.839
it’d be nice if it came back

0:49:34.880,0:49:39.839
yeah yeah so now

0:49:41.599,0:49:44.960
yeah so this morning news broke that the

0:49:44.000,0:49:47.119
scottish actor

0:49:44.960,0:49:49.280
best known for his portrayal of james

0:49:47.119,0:49:50.720
bond being the first to bring the role

0:49:49.280,0:49:53.040
to the big screen

0:49:50.720,0:49:53.760
and appearing in seven of the spy

0:49:53.040,0:49:57.119
thrillers

0:49:53.760,0:49:58.000
has passed away um sean connery died

0:49:57.119,0:50:00.720
peacefully in his

0:49:58.000,0:50:02.079
sleep in the bahamas having been unwell

0:50:00.720,0:50:04.640
for some time

0:50:02.079,0:50:06.880
his son had said his acting career

0:50:04.640,0:50:09.520
spanned five decades and he won an

0:50:06.880,0:50:10.800
oscar in 1988 for his role in the

0:50:09.520,0:50:13.520
untouchables

0:50:10.800,0:50:14.160
sean’s other films included your

0:50:13.520,0:50:16.720
favorite

0:50:14.160,0:50:18.559
uh the hunt for red october one thing

0:50:16.720,0:50:22.319
only

0:50:18.559,0:50:24.800
highlander there can be only one

0:50:22.319,0:50:26.240
indiana jones of the last crusade signs

0:50:24.800,0:50:27.520
what oh no sorry that was a different

0:50:26.240,0:50:30.160
movie

0:50:27.520,0:50:31.040
and the rock we named the dog indiana

0:50:30.160,0:50:32.800
there you go

0:50:31.040,0:50:35.359
see i knew you’d be i knew you wouldn’t

0:50:32.800,0:50:37.760
disappoint uh his son had said

0:50:35.359,0:50:38.960
that his father had had many of his

0:50:37.760,0:50:40.960
family who could be

0:50:38.960,0:50:42.480
in the bahamas around him when he died

0:50:40.960,0:50:45.520
overnight in nassau

0:50:42.480,0:50:45.920
much of the bond film much of the bond

0:50:45.520,0:50:47.599
film

0:50:45.920,0:50:50.319
thunderball had actually been filmed

0:50:47.599,0:50:51.359
there he said we are all working at

0:50:50.319,0:50:53.680
understanding

0:50:51.359,0:50:54.640
this huge event as it only happened so

0:50:53.680,0:50:56.640
recently

0:50:54.640,0:50:57.760
even though my dad had been unwell for

0:50:56.640,0:51:00.559
some time

0:50:57.760,0:51:02.559
a sad day for all who knew and loved my

0:51:00.559,0:51:04.319
dad and a sad loss for all the people

0:51:02.559,0:51:07.440
around the world who enjoyed

0:51:04.319,0:51:10.960
the wonderful gift he had had uh

0:51:07.440,0:51:12.880
as an actor his publicist had said that

0:51:10.960,0:51:14.559
there would be a private ceremony

0:51:12.880,0:51:16.880
followed by a memorial

0:51:14.559,0:51:18.240
yet to be planned once obviously the

0:51:16.880,0:51:20.880
virus had pla

0:51:18.240,0:51:22.880
had ended and he leaves behind a wife

0:51:20.880,0:51:25.280
and two sons

0:51:22.880,0:51:28.079
that is unfortunate he was one of my

0:51:25.280,0:51:29.520
favorite actors of all time

0:51:28.079,0:51:32.559
he’s one of those people that could

0:51:29.520,0:51:34.960
could slip into just about any role

0:51:32.559,0:51:36.640
and pull it off yeah yeah which he

0:51:34.960,0:51:37.280
proved when he was in the rock because

0:51:36.640,0:51:40.319
that was

0:51:37.280,0:51:44.160
so out of character yeah yeah

0:51:40.319,0:51:47.119
it really was so he will be missed

0:51:44.160,0:51:48.640
absolutely uh and that is all we had for

0:51:47.119,0:51:51.359
entertainment news we’ll be

0:51:48.640,0:51:52.000
back in a moment with our insightful

0:51:51.359,0:51:54.450
picks

0:51:52.000,0:51:58.480
of the week

0:51:54.450,0:52:01.119
[Applause]

0:51:58.480,0:52:02.720
go for your insightful pick so my

0:52:01.119,0:52:05.720
insightful pick of the week

0:52:02.720,0:52:07.040
is definitely a themed uh

0:52:05.720,0:52:10.880
[Laughter]

0:52:07.040,0:52:13.920
for for this season uh it is eli roth’s

0:52:10.880,0:52:16.880
history of horror um there are two

0:52:13.920,0:52:19.359
seasons uh the current season on amc

0:52:16.880,0:52:21.599
is season two there have been three

0:52:19.359,0:52:24.000
episodes so far in this season

0:52:21.599,0:52:25.280
and season one you can actually find it

0:52:24.000,0:52:27.359
on amazon

0:52:25.280,0:52:29.040
um but you actually have to it’s not

0:52:27.359,0:52:29.680
part of amazon prime you actually have

0:52:29.040,0:52:32.880
to pay

0:52:29.680,0:52:34.240
for the episodes or have some sort of

0:52:32.880,0:52:35.839
add-on to be able to

0:52:34.240,0:52:37.760
to watch them because i was going to try

0:52:35.839,0:52:39.359
and go back and and watch some of the

0:52:37.760,0:52:43.040
older ones so that kind of

0:52:39.359,0:52:46.720
stunk but anyway um so masters of horror

0:52:43.040,0:52:49.760
icons and stars who define the genre

0:52:46.720,0:52:52.319
join writer producer director eli roth

0:52:49.760,0:52:54.960
to explore horror’s biggest themes and

0:52:52.319,0:52:58.400
reveal the inspirations and struggles

0:52:54.960,0:52:58.720
behind its past and present each episode

0:52:58.400,0:53:00.960
is an

0:52:58.720,0:53:03.520
hour long and it features a-list

0:53:00.960,0:53:06.559
storytellers like stephen king

0:53:03.520,0:53:08.559
quentin tarantino jordan peele jason

0:53:06.559,0:53:11.839
bloom

0:53:08.559,0:53:15.280
robert engel linda blair rob zombie

0:53:11.839,0:53:15.839
jack black john landis and jamie lee

0:53:15.280,0:53:18.160
curtis

0:53:15.839,0:53:20.000
who had dust who discussed how horror

0:53:18.160,0:53:22.800
has evolved through the years

0:53:20.000,0:53:23.440
and impacted society as well as how the

0:53:22.800,0:53:27.040
genre

0:53:23.440,0:53:29.920
remains its fan base and why audiences

0:53:27.040,0:53:31.200
are addicted to fear what’s really cool

0:53:29.920,0:53:34.720
is each

0:53:31.200,0:53:36.880
episode is a different theme so

0:53:34.720,0:53:38.000
one they talked about just haunted

0:53:36.880,0:53:41.200
houses

0:53:38.000,0:53:44.800
and just how the house itself in

0:53:41.200,0:53:45.040
certain movies was the main character

0:53:44.800,0:53:47.119
and

0:53:45.040,0:53:48.640
and how it made you feel and you know

0:53:47.119,0:53:51.839
the the houses that

0:53:48.640,0:53:53.920
looked nice and pristine but yet had a

0:53:51.839,0:53:55.359
dark secret to it versus you know

0:53:53.920,0:53:56.960
the the houses that as soon as you

0:53:55.359,0:54:00.480
looked at it you knew it was a

0:53:56.960,0:54:01.359
haunted house um so really kind of

0:54:00.480,0:54:04.800
interesting

0:54:01.359,0:54:05.520
and and again they they show these

0:54:04.800,0:54:07.839
scenes

0:54:05.520,0:54:09.200
of of movies and and they talk about

0:54:07.839,0:54:12.720
them and then

0:54:09.200,0:54:14.480
they they talk with not only uh

0:54:12.720,0:54:16.400
people that made the movies or people

0:54:14.480,0:54:17.280
that starred in the movies or wrote the

0:54:16.400,0:54:19.839
movies

0:54:17.280,0:54:21.280
um you know but they give you a

0:54:19.839,0:54:23.920
different perspective

0:54:21.280,0:54:24.640
you know on it and they even give you

0:54:23.920,0:54:27.040
you know

0:54:24.640,0:54:28.079
some little backstories that you might

0:54:27.040,0:54:30.079
not have known

0:54:28.079,0:54:32.480
how you know this one was paying homage

0:54:30.079,0:54:32.960
to this one and and this one was kind of

0:54:32.480,0:54:35.680
this

0:54:32.960,0:54:36.240
and you know and you know they even talk

0:54:35.680,0:54:38.799
about how

0:54:36.240,0:54:40.240
certain films when they came out you

0:54:38.799,0:54:42.640
know

0:54:40.240,0:54:43.920
tanked but then ended up getting a cult

0:54:42.640,0:54:46.559
following

0:54:43.920,0:54:48.480
later on and or you know who was kind of

0:54:46.559,0:54:50.400
pushing the boundaries of this

0:54:48.480,0:54:51.520
and and you know why we like to be

0:54:50.400,0:54:54.720
scared so

0:54:51.520,0:54:56.559
really interesting uh it does get gory

0:54:54.720,0:54:59.119
so it’s definitely not something

0:54:56.559,0:55:00.079
you know for the kids to watch um

0:54:59.119,0:55:02.960
because they do

0:55:00.079,0:55:04.880
show you uh you know some gory scenes

0:55:02.960,0:55:08.240
but if you’re into horror and

0:55:04.880,0:55:09.680
like that genre it’s a very interesting

0:55:08.240,0:55:13.839
documentary

0:55:09.680,0:55:13.839
to watch cool pic thank you

0:55:15.350,0:55:20.640
[Applause]

0:55:17.680,0:55:23.040
so my pick this week is a documentary

0:55:20.640,0:55:26.400
but it is theme to the season but not

0:55:23.040,0:55:29.520
to halloween it’s themed more to

0:55:26.400,0:55:30.640
the political season my pick is a

0:55:29.520,0:55:34.640
documentary called

0:55:30.640,0:55:37.760
why we fight on amazon prime

0:55:34.640,0:55:40.079
winner of the 2005 grand jury prize at

0:55:37.760,0:55:43.760
the sundance film festival

0:55:40.079,0:55:46.079
eugene jackie’s groundbreaking doc

0:55:43.760,0:55:46.799
documentary dissects the political

0:55:46.079,0:55:49.520
economic

0:55:46.799,0:55:51.280
and historic reasons behind our

0:55:49.520,0:55:52.799
increasingly aggressive military

0:55:51.280,0:55:56.240
strategy since the end

0:55:52.799,0:55:59.119
of world war ii fans of oliver stone’s

0:55:56.240,0:56:02.319
jfk will recognize the opening moments

0:55:59.119,0:56:03.680
of writer director eugene i can’t

0:56:02.319,0:56:07.760
pronounce his name

0:56:03.680,0:56:10.480
jerecchias dekkis why we sure

0:56:07.760,0:56:11.440
in which outgoing president dwight

0:56:10.480,0:56:13.680
eisenhower

0:56:11.440,0:56:16.079
warns of the pernicious and growing

0:56:13.680,0:56:19.200
influence of what he called the quote

0:56:16.079,0:56:22.079
military industrial complex

0:56:19.200,0:56:22.720
but stone’s movie which uses the same

0:56:22.079,0:56:25.680
footage

0:56:22.720,0:56:28.079
was a work of fiction while those who

0:56:25.680,0:56:29.200
disagree with the decidedly leftist

0:56:28.079,0:56:31.119
point of view

0:56:29.200,0:56:33.920
in this documentary will probably

0:56:31.119,0:56:36.960
consider the product of a paranoid

0:56:33.920,0:56:38.720
liberal fantasy as well there’s enough

0:56:36.960,0:56:40.880
credible material

0:56:38.720,0:56:42.720
much of it supplied by the targets of

0:56:40.880,0:56:45.520
jarecki’s criticisms to make

0:56:42.720,0:56:46.400
eisenhower look like a prophet and

0:56:45.520,0:56:48.880
everyone else

0:56:46.400,0:56:51.599
uneasy about the dark confluence of

0:56:48.880,0:56:55.599
politics money and war that controls

0:56:51.599,0:56:58.319
the country’s fortunes the message here

0:56:55.599,0:56:58.799
is that while there may be who uh some

0:56:58.319,0:57:01.599
who

0:56:58.799,0:57:04.640
sincerely believe that america’s various

0:57:01.599,0:57:07.119
military engagements in iraq vietnam

0:57:04.640,0:57:08.400
grenada panama and elsewhere since world

0:57:07.119,0:57:10.799
war ii

0:57:08.400,0:57:12.079
are the product of our god-given duty to

0:57:10.799,0:57:14.240
spread freedom

0:57:12.079,0:57:16.559
and halt the influence of evil

0:57:14.240,0:57:19.680
ideologies around the world

0:57:16.559,0:57:20.240
the real reason we fight is that war is

0:57:19.680,0:57:23.839
good

0:57:20.240,0:57:25.280
for business and that is the sad reality

0:57:23.839,0:57:28.240
of it

0:57:25.280,0:57:28.240
we’ll be back in a minute

0:57:29.440,0:57:35.119
[Applause]

0:57:31.760,0:57:38.559
so that is all we have for today

0:57:35.119,0:57:43.040
sure is did you have any afterthoughts

0:57:38.559,0:57:45.280
um i love you i love you too sweetheart

0:57:43.040,0:57:46.799
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