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  • [Other] Behind the Magic Disney Holidays

    This is an excellent show for those who haven't seen it yet. Can't believe the detail they're sharing!

    Here's the program schedule ~

    Behind the Magic: Disney Holidays : Home & Garden Television

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    Thanks for sharing that. Will have to check it out.

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      Thanks for sharing this link. While it was great too see the WDW part of this,
      the host drove me up the wall.

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        I actually watched this on Sunday. I liked it... VERY interesting. I just wish they had it on Disneyland :\ since I have never been to Disney World.

        ~babs


        Thank you Solitary!

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          Originally posted by flotsam_mike View Post
          Thanks for sharing this link. While it was great too see the WDW part of this,
          the host drove me up the wall.
          I have to agree, it was great to see what it takes to get the parks ready, but whoever this host is did not do a very good job. One of my biggest pet peeves was that every time the woman from Disney tried to speak he kept interrupting her.

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            I just watched it tonight. I caught it on demand instead of waiting until the 11th when it would air again. I agree with everyone else the host made me want to reach through the TV and slap him. If you watch again you'll notice that when he is in a studio doing voice over work he's ok but he seemed very unprofessional when he was on camera. Samantha Brown( sigh best job ever) did a brief behind the scenes look in the Holiday Services department and comparing the two was pretty pathetic for HGTV. My favorite part was when the Disney lady said "Sir there is something I'm trying to tell you" and he didn't even seem to notice. Other than that it was really cool stuff to see. I can't even imagine what it would be like to do that. I would love to be part of Holiday Services and be in the park or a hotel the next morning to hear people talk about the decorations.

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              Thanks for the heads up. Funny thing. Immediately after reading this I went to set the DVR before I could forget. Turns out it was already set to record. My wife watches that channel non-stop, so she likley saw a commercial and set it up.
              Finally something on that channel Iwant to watch. Thanks

              Regards,

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                WOW.......who was the Host?
                My Mom watched this show while I was visiting Walt Disney World. I hope to catch it later this month.
                Kim
                author, "Sharing the Magic"
                Columnist, www.wdwdailynews.com
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                  I would like to know who the host is too... missed the very beginning. He looks famliar.

                  This is a great show, really interesting.
                  Good morning, son
                  In twenty years from now
                  Maybe we'll both sit down and have a few beers
                  And I can tell you 'bout today
                  And how I picked you up and everything changed
                  It was pain
                  Sunny days and rain
                  I knew you'd feel the same things...


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                    He's on some design show. Can't remember the name. Gosh, THAT was a big help, huh?



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                      His name is David Bromstad. He's the host of Color Splash.
                      It's a Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah...Tip for Today!









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