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  • Rick Dees Voyage to Disneyland

    Did anyone else see this on KTLA this afternoon (4:00). They talked about the making of Nemo, Pirates, Princess and YOAMD.


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    I channel surfed right by it. There's no way I could sit there and watch a show hosted by that guy. Even if he was at Disneyland. I think I'd rather have forks dipped in soy sauce plunged into my eyes.

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      Re: Rick Dees Voyage to Disneyland

      I watched a bit of it and it was horribly edited. They were talking about the new additions on Tom Sawyer Island while showing scenes inside Pirates of the Caribbean...

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        Originally posted by Olympicnut View Post
        I think I'd rather have forks dipped in soy sauce plunged into my eyes.
        inch: In some countries that may be considered a delicacy :wave:
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          Re: Rick Dees Voyage to Disneyland

          Originally posted by Olympicnut View Post
          I channel surfed right by it. There's no way I could sit there and watch a show hosted by that guy. Even if he was at Disneyland. I think I'd rather have forks dipped in soy sauce plunged into my eyes.
          Gad, don't torture yourself for him. The best we could have hoped for was that the hatch on the submarine would have leaked profusely and when it was opened at the end of the ride, the CM would have simply said while looking at a floating Dees...'Nemo is that you?'
          Vance DeBar "Pinto" Colvig was born on September 11, 1892. I was born on September 11, 1959. Goofy huh?
          OOPS.....

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