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Episode 092

In this episode, Adam and Patrick give their thoughts on the Disney Rainbow Collection celebrating Pride Month 2020 and benefiting GLSEN. The guys share how you can support those affected by the coronavirus pandemic via the Coronavirus Relief Fund established by Crooked Media and talk about their decision to continue producing episodes in the wake of George Floyd's murder and the recent protests and riots. Adam and Patrick announce the winner of their first of four weeks of Pride giveaways, share how you can enter to win their week 2 giveaway: a new 'Feeling the Fantasyland' t-shirt and talk about how all sales of their t-shirts in June will benefit the Trans Justice Funding Project. The guys cover the latest Disney news and, for their feature segment, head to Disney's Hollywood Studios for A Walk in the Park (Part I). As always, Adam and Patrick close out the episode with some Quick D.

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When visiting Disney's Hollywood Studios, be sure to DROP by 'The Twilight Zone' Tower of Terror!

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padric1
Jun 15, 2020

Thanks for keeping up with these podcasts in these trying times, they always offer an hour or so of joy. Loved your walking tour of the studios; Tower of Terror is one of my favorite rides in the parks. As an LA resident, it's fun to note what hotels inspired the Hollywood Tower Hotel, from the gardens of Chateau Marmont to the lobby of the Biltmore, to the Spanish Colonial Revival style of the Roosevelt in Hollywood and the Mission Inn in Riverside. Did you know the Moorish turrets atop the tower were placed because guests could see the hotel in the sightline from Morocco in World Showcase?

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