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Friday, May 20, 2011

Captain Jack is Back

It has been four years since we last saw Captain Jack Sparrow sailing off to the Fountain of Youth in his dinghy. And now, he's back.

I'm so excited. I've always enjoyed Pirates of the Caribbean. And I'm looking forward to seeing the movie this weekend.

Will you be seeing it?

Monday, May 9, 2011

Recapping Recent Events

I'm very behind on my General Hospital.

The last two weeks have featured AP tests, which I have devoted my time around. And this weekend, I will be heading out to Walt Disney World.

So the GH recaps will have to be put on hold for a little while. But, they'll be back!

Tomorrow, I have a special column about the Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides premiere.

May 20th keeps getting closer...

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

GH Weekly Roundup: Week of April 11

Brandon is dead. And that means we have another whodunit storyline. And even if I could picture Michael (dubbed Mykill be some fans) killing Brandon because he had to "protect" Abby. And this is what gets me angry folks. So prepare for a rant!

I was happy with the new Michael. I thought he learned his lesson after he left prison. But it turns out I was wrong. Michael has become infatuated with a stripper who is 10 years older that him. He feels like he needs to protect her, and Abby goes along with it. The bimbo even dropped the charges against her would-be rapist so Michael would be ok.

Naturally, Carly wanted Abby to keep her distance during the investigation, which has included suspicions towards Jason, Michael, and Johnny. But no matter what happens with Abby, Michael still is in trouble.

Earlier in the week, Michael approached Johnny about possibly killing Brandon. Sonny and Dante are both convinced that Johnny did kill Brandon, and Sonny is worried that because he will not have Michael in his organization, Johnny wants Michael to join his. Johnny denied the murder, and even went so far as to warn Michael about what the organization does to people. Though he basically recapped what everyone else has said, Johnny also offered a unique perspective as someone who grew up in the organization and was deeply affected by it. And although he said he would never offer him a job, Johnny said that he would never turn Michael down if he wanted one.

Unfortunately, this Michael drama has overshadowed the death of Jake. And although I would have liked the storyline to focus less on Jason, it has been pretty engaging so far. Luke trashed the Haunted Star and was about to burn it, but Lulu made him stop and took care of the situation. Everyone around Luke is trying to help him. I bet Luke will go to rehab over the summer instead of going on an adventure.

In other Jake-related news, Carly also approached Sam about having a baby with Jason to help him get over his guilt at not being there for his son. I can't really sympathize with Jason because he chose to give up his son, but whatever. The point is, Carly volunteered to be a surrogate. Sam, however, turned her down.

Weeks after the tragic event, Elizabeth has stumbled upon the letter she was about to read before Jake was hit. The letter has to do with Aiden's paternity. It turns out Lucky is the father (but we all knew that already). Maxie stumbled upon the letter, and hid it from Nikolas and Lucky. She later approached Elizabeth and gave the results to her. Is this the formation of an alliance, perchance?

Oh, and Brooke left this week. But in all honesty, who really cares? It will be Nikolas's departure that will have a huge effect.

Lisa has befriended Kristina over her college acceptance anxiety, with disastrous affects. She gave the girl an "herbal" remedy to reduce the stress, but the remedy was really a couple of narcotics.

Finally, Brenda has been bonding with Lucian. Sonny is obviously not too fond of the little guy, and he sure as hell doesn't trust Suzanne. However, after a conversation with Michael, she has learned what it is like to have a child in the world of the mob. So how will she react to this?

Have you bought your copy of The Secret Life of Damien Spinelli? I'm really looking forward to reading it...

Monday, April 18, 2011


My GH column will be up tomorrow, but there's something else I'd like to discuss. By now, I'm sure you all have heard the news...

ABC has canceled two out of its three daytime soaps. The cancelation of daytime staples One Life to Live and All My Children was announced late last week. This follows the announcement of the changeover of SOAPNet to Disney Junior early next year.

All My Children will end in the fall. One Life to Live will end in January of 2012, around the same time when SOAPNet will cease to exist. The shows will be replaced by "The Chew" and "The Revolution", crappy reality shows.

My heart goes out to the millions of fans who are losing these shows. No matter how much it may hurt to lose a primetime show, it is nothing compared to losing a daytime show. Soap operas air Mon-Fri all year round, whereas a primetime show will air one new episode each week for about 22 weeks. There is a big difference, as you can see.

Many GH fans are worried now. There are some who are aggrivated with head writer Robert Guza. And that is understandable. But we must not give up on our soap opera. Brian Fons, head of ABC Daytime, stated that GH will not be affected by this. But this is the same man who a short time ago stated that all of the ABC soaps were safe. Hopefully, people will turn to General Hospital after their soaps have ended for their daytime fix. Invite friends to watch, too.

In the meantime, I will be posting people to contact later this week to make your voices heard.

Let's hope the age of the soap opera is not about to end just yet...

Monday, March 28, 2011

On Stranger Tides

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides is, without a doubt, one of the most anticipated movies of the summer. Are you ready to join Captain Jack Sparrow and the rest on a voyage to the fountain of youth? Speaking of which, here are the main cast:

Also, here is the latest trailer that was released. It tells more of the story, and interestingly enough, The Black Pearl has been captured again.

Disneyland is also hosting a special preview of the movie on weekends, complete with Meet and Greets with the infamous Jack Sparrow.

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides sets sail into theaters on May 20, 2011.

Saturday, March 12, 2011

Could This Week be Any Worse?

It's been a pretty lousy week. The 8.9 earthquake has left who knows how many dead, and many more injured. The effects of the quake can be felt around the world. I'm praying for those affected by this terrible tragedy, and i hope you are, too. Please donate what you can to help those affected!

Meanwhile, closer to home, I lost my grandma this week. In light of this, I will be taking a little time off. I'll still try to to my Fringe coulumn for this week, however.

Thanks for understanding. God Bless.

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Monday, March 7, 2011

GH Weekly Roundup: Week of February 28

Sam survived the explosion. But all was not well. For most of the week, Sam was deaf due to the bomb's blast. Molly decided to help her by teaching her sign language. Of course, Sam was able to speak with everyone, and could "hear" what they were saying. But that thought was very sweet.

Sometime last week, when Sam went to go stretch her legs, she fainted. This is always a sign that a woman is pregnant. Is that the case this time? I guess we'll see...

Jason was very, very concerned with Sam's well-being. He barely moved from the hospital during the time she was in the hospital. Nothing else mattered. If only Jason was like that when Sam's healthy. Who cares about Carly or Brenda?

Just when Michael starts becoming likable when Chad Duell takes over the role, the progress stops. It appears as though Michael once again wants to prove to his dad that he can "handle it", whatever the hell that means. NEWSFLASH Michael. You have a long life ahead with enough money to do whatever the hell you want. Do something productive. Get the hell out of the mob.

Anyway, so Michael was told by Molly who she thought the almost-killer of Shawn was, and he went after him. The guy pulled a gun on Michael, and Michael threatened him. Thank God Dante was able to intervene.

Dante took the guy into question him. And Sonny showed up. If you remember, Dante lost any like he had for the man when he found Sonny trying to torture Shawn. Throughout last week, Dante kept fighting with Sonny about how to go about finding Brenda- through the proper legal channels, or Sonny's way. But they found a way to compromise. Sonny paid the gunman's bail, and would take charge of him. It will be interesting to see how this plays out.

Dante and Sonny were not the only ones to disagree. Sonny came to The Metro Court to ask Carly for info any info that Theo might have left. But Jax refused to relinquish this info for Sonny, leaving Sonny angry. However, in a stunning move, Carly agreed with Jax. She later told him that she hoped her kids would turn out like Jax instead of Sonny.

Brenda is now in the clutches of Theo. However, that waiter guy appears to be on Brenda's side as well. He even wanted tried to give Sonny info on Brenda, but ran away because another one of the Balkan's men was watching him. Suzanne may also be on Brenda's side. Theo and Suzanne are currently second guessing each other. Theo believes that Suzanne knows more than she's telling. And Suzanne is starting to feel remorse, such as when she visited Sam.

Something tells me we will be discovering Aiden's real paternity soon. It will be a day of relief when the truth is finally revealed. I wonder if Helena will be back when this occurs?

Lastly, Franco called Jason again talking about his "very busy weekend". He also announced he will be back in Port Charles soon, and that he has a present. What could it be?

Monday, February 28, 2011

GH Weekly Roundup: Week of February 21

Only in a soap opera does a single day last an entire week. We were treated to a week long celebration of Sonny and Brenda's wedding, which in true GH fashion, had many twists and turns.

Carly, of course, was a bitch had hunted Brenda down to show her what she had found. But that didn't scare Brenda away. Brenda walked down the aisle to marry Sonny, but when it came time to "speak now or forever old your peace", Brenda objected. It thrilled Carly, and confused Sonny. Carly explained everything she thought she knew to the entire crowd. But she was wrong.

Even though, Sonny looked furious at Dante and Brenda. But Dante then stepped forward and told everyone the truth. And the truth, as I suspected, was about Alexander actually being the father of the child. Dante claimed to be the father to protect Brenda and the baby. And though Sonny was still mad at this revelation, he begged Brenda to marry him because he loved her so much. And she did.

And the wedding seemed to be going well. There was no sign of the Balkan. Jason and Sam were able to recruit Shawn on to their side. The Balkan had planned to meet with Shawn, and it looked like things were going right.

Michael kissed Abbey if you remember, but to be honest, I hate this relationship. I have no sympathy for Abbey's place she is in first of all, and second of all, all she does is whine. Plus the age thing is just weird for me. That's all I will say at this time.

But things took a turn for a worse. After a night of celebration, as Sonny was preparing to accompany Brenda in the limo, it exploded. And all hell broke lose.

Ethan swiftly took the kids home, who were very upset. To calm them down, they played some cards. But later that night, Kristina told Ethan that she still liked him and that she would wait for him until his marriage with Maya was over. Now where did this come from? (Off-topic, but did anyone see Haley Pullos, who plays Molly, on House? That girl was able to hold her own against Hugh Laurie. Kudos to her, she's a great actress!).

Jax's reaction may have been a little over the top (telling Sonny to kill himself), but the scene was intense. And now that Carly's plan seems to have stalled, maybe she will try to work on her marriage with Jax.

While the fallout was occurring, Jason and Shawn were attacked by gunmen. Shawn was shot, but Jason got away. He then went to comfort Sonny, which was touching.

The last thing to be revealed was that Sam was actually in the limo when it blew up. How did that happen? Was it the Balkan's fault? Or was it Franco, who called Jason and asked him if he "enjoyed the fireworks"? We don't know, because Franco had a big event to go to (Academy Awards, anyone?) (remember, he was also "between a rock and a hard place). Could the reference to Brenda Franco made before he left last July have anything to do with this?

It's been a great week on GH, and I suspect this will continue next week!

Saturday, February 26, 2011

Fringe: "Subject 13"

I can never get tired of the 80s retro-themed Fringe intro. Or Walter's hair, either. Do you?

Several months after the events in the season 2 episode "Peter", Peter wanted to get back to his home at the bottom of the lake. Unfortunately for him, his real home is much farther in dimensional space than the lake. His home in in the alternate universe, where Walternate and Alt-Elizabeth are grief stricken.

Their marriage is falling apart. Walternate, who has built the "Star Wars" defense system has turned to drinking, and buries himself in his work at Bishop Dynamics.

But, back to our universe... Peter no longer trusts Walter or Elizabeth and continues to tell them that they are not his real parents. Both Walter and Elizabeth chalk this up to Peter's sickness, but it falls on deaf ears. Worried that Peter might try to kill himself, Elizabeth takes Peter to Jacksonville where Walter is doing the Cortexiphan trials on several kids, including Subject 13, aka Olivia Dunham.

Olivia, as she would explain to an adult Peter many years later, was abused as a child by her stepdad. As we saw last night, during times when she was scared, Olivia would be able to travel Over There for a few moments. After one trip, she drew a picture of a blimp that she saw Over There. (Also remember, that Olivia told Peter years later that she shot her stepfather when she was 9, though she didn't kill him. Shortly after that, the man left).

Walter realizes that Olivia can travel to The Other Side, and performs several tests to see exactly how she can travel to The Other Side. Because if she can, then Peter can go home. After several different tests, Walter concludes that fear is the reason she can travel. But when he tests this hypothesis, Olivia sets the room on fire. After this, Olivia runs away. Peter later goes after her, where the two meet in a field of white tulips. Peter convinces Olivia to return with him and face her fears.

They both return to the Day Care Center, where Olivia is notified that her stepdad is on his way over. Olivia is terrified, and begs to see Walter. She runs into his office, hands over her sketchbook, and tells Walter that her stepdad is hitting her. Upon telling him this, someone else comes in the room- Walter.

For a brief moment (which completely fooled me), Olivia traveled to The Other Side and told Walternate about everything that happened. She ends up telling Walter the same thing. Walter threatens Olivia's stepdad to not hurt her again.

Meanwhile, Peter approaches his "mother" and tells her he believes her and Walter. And even calls her Mom. Apparently, Olivia inspired Peter in the same fashion that he inspired Olivia. This huge secret causes Elizabeth to begin drinking, which will ultimately lead to her suicide years later over the guilt.

After looking through Olivia's sketchbook, Walter finds a drawing of Olivia and Peter. He calls up his wife, and tells her he has discovered what happened to Peter. The war between the Universes has begun.

Subject 13 was a really great episode. I'm curious how often we will be getting these type of episodes. After all, we are left with some questions. Why can't Peter and Olivia remember the stuff when they were young? And the longer we go without seeing Nina Sharp in the Alternate Universe, the more important I think she is.

Unfortunately, Fringe is not on next week. But we'll see a new episode in two weeks. Until then, this week's glyphs translate to:


Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Coming Soon!

Hello readers,

Coming in March, not only will I resume my Disneyland Updates, but I will also start covering Walt Disney World, too.

I'd also like to take this time to announce my next Disney vacations.

-Walt Disney World: May 13-16
-Disneyland: August 12-22

I hopefully will also begin focusing more on The Walt Disney Studios productions in the near future.

Now back to your regularly scheduled blogging...

Monday, February 21, 2011

GH Weekly Roundup: Week of February 14

Do you want to know something odd? I was watching The X-Files on BBC America the other day, and I saw a pretty long ad for Sonny and Brenda's wedding. I've never seen a GH ad on another channel before, so I'm wondering if this was a special occasion to mark Sonny and Brenda's wedding after all these years.

Naturally, I have to open this week's column with the brand new revelation- Theo "The Balkan" Hoffman is married to Suzanne Stanwyk. And their son in Alexander. Though some might have suspected it, this caught me completely off-guard. Suzanne always seemed like she truly liked Brenda and that a friendship is there. So it really surprised me when it was revealed she was plotting to make Brenda pay.

Although I wasn't really surprised when it was revealed that Suzanne was trying to sabotage the wedding. But she apologized and Brenda forgave her. The way the interact, and Suzanne's reaction to Theo's wine toast before the wedding make me believe that Suzanne will try to help Brenda. Maybe it's just that Suzanne doesn't seem like a villain to me.

Carly, on the other hand, is bent on stopping this wedding. She really needs to just knock it off. Sonny took the precautions to stop Carly at any cost. And that includes having Max and Milo look after her. I love Max and Milo, but they seriously are inept. Sonny should have known that. Carly was easily able to get past the guards and run to the church where the wedding is being held up. We last saw her threatening to reveal Brenda's secret to everyone. If I were to bet, my guess is that Brenda has already told Sonny the truth about what happened in 2007. And only Sonny knows.

Meanwhile the wedding the being held up due to Jason's absence. Spinelli found out through DNA evidence that Theo is The Balkan. He was able to piece all the other occurrences together, and Sam, Jason, and Spinelli went to go contact Theo at his office. But when they got there, they found Molly. Molly had just overheard Theo say that he is the Balkan. As Molly and Spinelli went to the chapel, Sam and Jason were off to the Metro Court to take care of Theo.

Shawn is also crashing the wedding. He has his orders to kidnap Brenda, but thus far has been unable to do his job. He should have asked Carly for help. I'm sure Carly would be very happy to do anything to stop this wedding.

After several weeks, Lucky and Siobhan were finally able to find Megan and are about to rescue her. Of course, there's some gunfire right now, but what rescue doesn't involve a little gunfire?

The wedding is just about to get really good. The previews are promising. Will Sonny and Brenda really marry? Will Brenda be kidnapped? Will the truth be revealed to everyone? Will Jason walk Brenda down the aisle?

In other news, supposedly Rebbecca Hearst will not be leaving GH! And thank God! I'll continue to track these rumors and be back soon!

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Fringe: "6B"

I feel bad that I have not been doing my Fringe columns. Especially because Fringe is my favorite show that is currently on TV. And the possibility that this could be Fringe's last season. Of course, I don't want to believe that. So let's just hope that viewership goes up.

I've heard this episode being compared to The Twilight Zone, which I think is justified. Now, I wasn't alive when t\The Twilight Zone was on, but I have seen repeats of it. And though I can usually guess how each episode will end, I was unable to guess how "6B" would end.

The episode started like the usual Monster of the Week storyline, but with several twists. Two people arrive at a party and then the woman begins to choke. At first, I thought this must have something to do with the case. But then screams were heard from the balcony. And then people began to fall one after another. ("Like a flash mob... but suicide" as Walter would say). But what was doing this?

The entire episode was really about love. It was revealed that many people believed the apartment complex was haunted. However, Walter didn't believe in ghosts. He hypothesized that in actuality, the universes were going to collide again, this time resulting in a black hole vortex similar to Madison Square Garden and other locations on The Other Side. This theory was confirmed when Olivia saw the widow's husband, but Peter could not.

But why could the widow see The Other Side? Olivia and Peter believed that the widow's deep love for her husband who died in a freak accident was the reason she could see him. And the widower on The Other Side could see the widow on Our Side because of his deep love for his wife who died in the same freak accident on The Other Side. (Sorry if that sentence was confusing!).

As Peter and Olivia tried to save the apartment building from being destroyed, Walter recalled one of their earliest cases together. Remember the bus with the people on it who were trapped in amber? Walter wanted to do what Walternet did on The Other Side- stop the vortex by encasing the complex in amber. They were able to construct the amber, and were fully prepared to use it.

But Peter and Olivia convinced the widow that the person she was seeing was not her husband. Though she didn't believe it at first, the widower's statement that "The girls miss you" convinced her that the man she was seeing was truly not her husband. And with that, she was able to let go, and balance to the universes was restored.

We then flashed over to The Other Side and saw the case from their Point of View. Fauxlivia and Lincoln were investigating the possibilities of a vortex forming in the same location. But upon arrival, they found nothing wrong. When they questioned the widower, he said nothing was wrong. After Fauxlivia and Lincoln left, the widower was seen looking at his photo album full of memories. The widow was doing the same thing.

The events that occurred in this week's case directly impacted Peter and Olivia's relationship. Walter failed trying to bring them together over pancakes, but Peter's statement to the widow about her love for her husband proved something to Olivia. Olivia was finally able to let go of whatever she was feeling towards Peter and Fauxlivia's relationship and want to be with Peter. The show ended with them traveling to Peter's bedroom to make love. The only bad thing was we weren't able to see it. (Perverted? Maybe. But after all that sexual tension, it would finally bring resolution to their relationship).

Meanwhile, Walter is grappling with what separates him from Walternet. We already learned there are somethings Walternet cannot do (harm children). Do the two share more than just looks? Perhaps we will find out next week, which appears to be a flashback that takes place after Peter was taken from The Other Side.

I have recently discovered what the Glyphs before the commercial breaks of Fringe mean. I'd like to end each column now revealing what they mean. This weeks glyphs are translated to:


Monday, February 14, 2011

GH Weekly Roundup: Week of February 7

Who destroyed Brenda's dress? At first, I thought it was Carly. After listening to Robin and Brenda talk badly about her, I assumed she destroyed the dress out of anger. And sure a hell, I wasn't the only person who believed this. Robin and Brenda think ti was Carly, as does Sonny. So what does this mean? It means Carly isn't the culprit. I'm sure she think of something to try to stop the wedding. Like Brenda's baby secret.

Oh yeah, I thought Brenda was going to tell Sonny about that? Well honey, the clock sure is ticking. I'm still betting the baby isn't Dante's.

Before Mac and Alexis shared a sweet Valentines Day dinner, Theo "The Balkan" Hoffman bullied her. Why doesn't Alexis fire his ass? I hope she's at least a little suspicious of the Balkan. He does like to bully a lot of people. You can add Dante and Brenda to that list. Oh, by the way, If I hear "wrongful death suit" once more, I'll crack. Maybe I should start a drinking game?

Theo tried to "help" Siobhan when Lucky fake arrested her. He must know by now that Siobhan and Lucky are not in Port Charles right now. I wonder what will happen then?

And please, just get Mac and Alexis together. For over a year now, they've been being set up together. Make it official already!

Also getting together on Thursday are Dante and Lulu. They're headed to the Opera, like old times. Yuck. But anyway, Lulu also knows about Michael. And when Dante told her he might quit the force after a doubt in his beliefs, Lulu and Michael convinced him to stay on the force. If GH needs anything, it's more likable cops like Dante. And less of people like Ronnie. Yuck again.

Is Sam pregnant? That's a question that is on everyones mind, especially mine. This is because when Sam was pregnant with Sonny's kid that she lost, I first started watching the show. I'm rooting for Sam, and I hope you are, too!

I'm so sick of Terrel. He's annoying and quite an imbecile. So I won't talk about him.

On Friday, GH played Patrick and Robin's wedding that occurred several years ago. And to be honest, I did not like it. I do like watching the occasional classic episodes. Episodes that are really engaging and worth a second look. Sweeps episodes, for example. Or a classic episode that I have never seen before.

Folks, we have a wedding on Friday. Will it happen? Will Sonny and Brenda finally be married after almost 17 years? Stay tuned...

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Happy 10th Birthday, Disney's California Adventure

10 Years ago, DCA opened with not so much pomp and circumstance.

But if you fast forward to today, much has changed. I really don't need to go into what was wrong with DCA. But most of the things that were wrong are gone.

Think about it. DCA is truly on its way to becoming a great park. It's already become a full day park, with World of Color keeping guests inside late at night to witness the great show and see the park when it truly shines (pun intended).

Here is a pretty cool history of DCA. Take a look a see what's different, and what's to come.

There's still more to do, but I am now eagerly awaiting visiting DCA this summer. Are you?

Happy Birthday DCA, and many more to come!

Monday, February 7, 2011

GH Weekly Roundup: Week of January 31

The revelation finally came. Micheal admitted to Jason he was raped during some pretty compelling scenes. Of course, this revelation came after he witnessed Abbey being beat and almost raped. After experiencing some apprehension, Michael sprang into action to save Abbey, hurting her would be rapist in the process.

Dante was smart, and reported the crime, which will result in a court case for the stalker guy.

Slowly, others began to find out about what happened to him. Carly was first. Dante was next. And now Sonny knows, which Micheal doesn't seem to happy about. But when Carly found out, she ripped Dante apart. Carly, I hate to break it to you, but you also had a hand in sending Michael to prison, an even bigger hand than Dante. But will she ever admit that? No. Instead, she'll blame Dante over and over again.

Carly also has problems of her own. She once again wants a divorce from Jax. Jax never told her that his business trip to London involved searching for information about Jerry and Brenda. When Brenda spilled to Carly, she was furious. But what the hell is she going to do if she divorces Jax? Sonny doesn't want her because he finally has Brenda. Who else is left for her?

Brenda revealed what happened to her baby. She was pregnant, but had a miscarriage. I'm still betting that the baby is not Dante's. But I guess we'll see...

What's with this Shawn guy? He first helps Molly with PTSD, and then he's revealed to be a mercenary for the Balkan. He has thrown Johnny around and has also attacked Lucky and Siobhan. Perhaps he is being set up for redemption?

Also new to GH is this Terrel guy, an old flame of Lisa's who is going to seduce Robin to sleep with Lisa again. How fake is he? Who can't see that he is THROWING himself at Robin? It's pretty sick. I just hopes that Robin and Patrick will be able to fight Lisa's small, but growing army of fools.

Finally, why the hell has GH fired Liz? She is such a great actress, and has a long history with the show. She has the potential for a great storyline, yet she is still being fired. And what about the whole Aiden storyline? What about the other kids? What about Lucky?

Kill Lisa off. Kill Terrell off, while you're at it. You can get rid of all the Balkan people, in fact. Get rid of Abbey (her constant whining annoys me). Less Michael and Kristina are always a good option (even though Chad Duell has redeemed Michael in my eyes). But please, keep Elizabeth.


Wednesday, January 26, 2011

New Paradise Pier Posters

Hey y'all,

It's been a while since a Disney related post. But I thought this was cool...

For a while, I've been saying that Disney needs to make some DCA posters. Instead, we got some new Disneyland posters, which while really cool and appreciated, is not what I really wanted to see.

But now, Disney has released these posters. Which are really sweet!

The posters don't stop here. There are also World of Color, Tower of Terror, and other posters in the works. Where will these reside? Hopefully, across Paradise Pier. As for now, they'll be in the new Blue Sky Cellar Exhibit that opens on Firday.

The new Exhibit will feature new stuff about The Little Mermaid, some more of Carsland, and some info about the new Disney Junior show that is replacing Playhouse Disney. There are even going to be some sneak peeks about Phase II in Hollywoodland.

I'll cover the new Blue Sky Cellar when it opens. Until then, I guess we'll continue watching what's happening right now instead of what is to come.

Monday, January 17, 2011

Thank You, Martin Luther King Jr.

While it is always nice to have a day off. But, like always, it seems that many forget about what the day is truly about.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. did not just help Afircan Americans. He helped all Americans. And we honor him among the other great Americans for doing so.

Thank you for everything, Dr. King.

Saturday, January 1, 2011

Happy New Year!

I wish all of you a year filled with Happiness and Prosperity! May 2011 be your year!

Happy New Year!