Ride Rehab Podcast Episode 4 – “Tyler, Thomas, and Nathan’s World Showcase Adventure” (Part 2 of 2)

Welcome to Episode 4 of Ride Rehab, a new podcast brought to you by WDWNT.

In this episode, special guest Nathan Hartman joins the fun as our trio of hosts journey around World Showcase at Epcot, sharing their favorite and not so favorite, rides, attractions, and pavilions, and what they would do to rehab them, in the conclusion of this spectacular two-part episode.

If you had unlimited time, money, and Imagineers at your disposal, what about Walt Disney World would you fix? Host and WIGS Member Tyler Mann and co-host Thomas Kiernan will delve into the details of what’s “broken” at Walt Disney World, coming up with creative ways of fixing, replacing, improving, and rehabbing our favorite, or not so favorite, rides, shows, and other attractions.

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Jacky
Jacky
3 years ago

I almost signed up for Twitter just to yell at these guys for forgetting about Pinnocchio when discussing the Italy pavilion. Will keep listening for the times when they aren’t wrong because they are entertaining to listen to.

Jeff B
Jeff B
3 years ago
Reply to  Jacky

Yeah – one of them referred to Morocco as a European country last time.

Jeff B
Jeff B
3 years ago

I wish these gentlemen would do a little research before a broadcast like this. For instance, they complained that only “developed” countries are represented and the no “third world” countries are in the World Showcase. Most lists do include Mexico and Morocco among third world countries. Also, World Showcase is an area known for compact collections of representative architecture; how could Disney represent a “non-developed” country in a small area? It seems that Disney actually built an entire park that represents the less developed areas of the world.