Episode 124: Impressions de Leon: The Professional

A spontaneous MobileCast turns into a two-parter, in which Bart discusses digging dinosaurs, preschool teacher politics, and whether a Jetsons movie would still work. Then after a short 8 hour break, comes back with a bleedin' nose to talk about the new "bar" at Epcot's Canada pavilion, and what international celebrities should host new Circle-Vision 360 movies in World Showcase.

Show Notes:

My favorite dinosaur display from my childhood, located at the Milwaukee Public Museum.

The best scene in the 1998 Godzilla remake. "More cream."

 

Wanna get tanked and act all Canadian and polite?!? If you can't get to Epcot, check out where you can find Labatt's Bourbon Barrel Ale near you here!

Episode 123: Deep Purple (Farewell to the Prince)

In which Bart pays tribute to three lost celebrities this week; Doris Roberts, Chyna, and of course, Prince Rogers Nelson. Plus fast-casual Middle Eastern food, channeling Epcot, "setting the stage", and a quick strip to the EoS Library to discuss the literary works of Jimmy Buffett. 

Episode 122: To The Left

A little delayed, it's another Monday(ish) MobileCast. Bart rides with the windows down, rants about people who won't get out of the way, and asks you, the listeners if you'd be interested in wearing the proper . . . uh, body gear.

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Episode 121: Ridin' the Storms Out

A not-so Monday MobileCast in which Bart talks the weather, riding out a real life twister, and why Cars Land will always remind him of bad weather. Then after a short 8 hour break, returns to discuss drinking at the Hollywood Tower Hotel, imagines his own Hanna-Barbera super team, before witnessing an almost tragic-turned-not-so-bad situation.

Episode 120: Something In The Water

In which Bart gets hyped about new music by Jesse Blaze Snider, figures he should probably stop swearing on the show given the official announcement he makes, welcomes the end of American Idol, discusses both new trailers from Disney this week -- The BFG and Rogue One, and dips back into his own writing history with a story from the past.

Show Notes:

Check out the video for Jesse Blaze Snider's "Symptoms" and find more at www.jessesnidermusic.com

Please support talented EoS friends and listeners like www.simplyoli.com

The Official trailer for Disney & Steven Spielberg's The BFG

And of course, the teaser for Rogue One: A Star Wars story

 

 

Episode 114: Zootopian Chocolate

In which Bart feels off, but discusses the new Kong vehicles in Islands of Adventure, the new steam punk chocolate-themed restaurant in Universal City Walk, and finally reviews Zootopia, and dreams of a Zootopian world he can visit.

Show Notes:

Check out the enormous ride vehicles for Reign of Kong: http://blog.universalorlando.com/whats-new/reign-of-kong-vehicle/

Willie Wonka, steampunk style at Universal City Walk: http://blog.universalorlando.com/whats-new/toothsome-chocolate-factory/

 

Episode 113:MobileCast - Pizza Run

Ride along as I pick up pizza from Lou's, coffee from the Double D, talk more Twister, wonder why Universal Orlando didn't go a different way, and make a minor announcement. All live from the Honda Odyssey!

Show Notes

You can order Lou Malnati's deep dish from anywhere in the continental United States: http://www.tastesofchicago.com/category/Lou_Malnatis_Pizza

To check out the WDW Today De Las Puertas Festival go to: www.dlpfest.com

Episode 112: Ride or De Las Puertas

In which Bart is up too late on a school night and discusses the return of 88 Fingers Louie, his own younger, wilder days, watching Fantasia 2000 16 years late, and the special WDW Today even, De Las Puertas!

Check out the boys at of WDW Today: www.wdwtoday.com

For info and tickets to De Las Puertas go to: www.dlpfest.com

Florida peeps, go mosh it up (you might hear the EoS theme song!): http://www.bandsintown.com/88FingersLouie

 

Episode 110: Time Flies When You're Having Rum

In which Bart discusses the Wonderful World of Disney's Disneyland 60th special, how he doesn't remember Pete's Dragon, trying to get to Halloween Horror Nights, and goes over the menu and musical entertainment of the upcoming Epcot Flower & Garden Festival.

It's not even spring but the time to plan for Halloween Horror Nights is here: http://www.halloweenhorrornights.com/orlando/events.html

Want to check out the food selections at the Epcot Flower & Garden Festival for yourself? https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/events-tours/epcot/flower-garden-outdoor-kitchens/

While you're there, listen to some bad music by people loosely connected to the original band: http://www.wdwinfo.com/wdwinfo/guides/epcot/events/ep-flower-garden.htm

Lighting test at Reign of Kong (taken by @Attractions - follow them on Twitter.)

Lighting test at Reign of Kong (taken by @Attractions - follow them on Twitter.)

Lighting test at Reign of Kong (taken by @Attractions - follow them on Twitter!)

Lighting test at Reign of Kong (taken by @Attractions - follow them on Twitter!)


Episode 109: Good For What Ails Ya'

In which Bart tries a special home brew for Paczki Day, reads some long overdue listener email revealing where you all want to be "poured out" after you slip off this mortal coil in honor of Ash Wednesday, and does a little imaginary Ultimate Disney Trip planning, because you asked.

Episode 107: It's a Kind of Magic

In which Bart gets all magical. From the Harry Potter Celebration at Universal Orlando to The Magicians on SyFy to Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on the stage in London. Also obsesses about this weekend's Elgin Literary Festival in Elgin, IL and what he's going to say throughout his multiple appearances.

Are we getting an 8th Potter book? Probably not, but it's cool to think about: http://www.mugglenet.com/2016/01/is-cursed-child-being-printed-as-a-book-sooner-than-we-thought/

Is it possible the Muppets pizza restaurant will come to Disney's Hollywood Studios after all this time? Again, same answer - probably not, but . . . http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/The_Great_Gonzo's_Pandemonium_Pizza_Parlor

Are you watching The Magicians on SyFy? You should be. http://www.syfy.com/themagicians

Did Klaus Kinski disrupt my panel last year at the Elgin Literary Fest? Absolutely. No question.