- 1 Major Episodes
- 2 Back Home
- 3 Books
- 4 General
- 5 Home Videos
- 6 Mickey Monitor
- 7 Photography
- 8 Pins
0651 14’50”: Someone asks how he should get his Disney fix when not on vacation.
0576 22’30”: Martin from CA had the post-Disney blues.
0543 5’00”: ccline413 asks about making the magic last. Scopa suggests doing a Trip Report. See also Episode 501.
Joe wants to know what local parks give us a fix between trips to Walt Disney World.
Tony wants to know good websites for Walt Disney World videos.
Len says YouTube is a starting point.
Matt says he has videos of Tower of Terror and Rock ‘n Roller Coaster.
Mike Newell likes Mousebits.
Mike Scopa doesn’t think the videos really give you a good sense of the attraction.
Matt says watching videos is great for getting a Disney fix.
Malacky also wants to know what happened to the Disney World specials on TV.
Len says the Disney Channel is far more focused on the tween age set.
Len says he likes Nickelodeon.
Dan of FL wants to know if there’s a Disney channel playing the classic shows with Len.
Len says YouTube has it.
Mike Scopa heard a rumor of a new Disney channel playing the old Disney Vault stuff.
Shane of GA wants to know things to do at the parks that are good for making memories for free or cheap.
Joe of IL wants to know about likelihood of him having counterfeit Disney pins.
Len says it’s possible to counterfeit them as the technology exists but doubts it is a counterfeit.
Joe also liked Mike Scopa’s article.
Ralph comments that there is a kiosk at the exit to Small World that sells Small World merchandise.
Rick wants to know about the eBay site where Walt Disney World surplus items are sold.
Len says it’s MouseSurplus.
Len also says there’s a recent article by Jim Hill on MouseSurplus.
Matt mentions Mark Goldhaber also recently wrote an article on MouseSurplus.
1145 6:04 Ian from the UK asks about home videos of WDW trips
Jane wants to know how soon she can expect to receive her issue of the Mickey Monitor.
Mike Scopa says you won’t receive the Mickey Monitor unless you have an activated annual pass.
Matt recommends calling the Annual Pass Holder phone number (407) 560-PASS.
1328 26:52 Erica from Indiana discusses pin trading
1301 20:41 Joe from Florida asks about Pin Trading
0677 10’25”: Brett from NH asks who would buy bathroom pins.
0657 31’50”: Melissa from Texas extols the virtue of pin-trading.
0630 21’00”: Megan from NJ would like a show about pin collecting.
LS36 80’40”: Amy from Kentucky says that her Millennium pin still works.
Becky wants to know if Disney pins not from the parks but from Disney are tradeable.
Len thinks so, especially with the Cast Members.