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Dive “Under the Sea” with This Week’s WDWNT Podcast!

Posted on June 2, 2011

Have you heard this week’s WDW News Today Podcast? If you haven’t, here’s what you can expect:

Join me, Tom Corless, and a cast including Jason Diffendal, Scott Smith, Zach Larson, and Conner Purzycki for a variety show dedicated to the Walt Disney World Resort and its many fans. Plenty of Walt Disney World information and fun awaits you on this edition of the WDW News Today Podcast!

Welcome to another edition of the WDWNT Podcast. This is episode #196 for June 1, 2011. On this week’s show, we have a huge edition of you Walt Disney World Resort News and Rumor Report. In this week’s report, we discuss Blackbeard joining the crew of Pirates of the Caribbean, major updates to the Imagination! pavilion at Epcot, the return of the Enchanted Tiki Room to the Magic Kingdom, and last, but certainly not least, DLNT’s Conner Purzycki joins us to take an early look inside the “Under the Sea: Journey of the Little Mermaid” attraction that will soon be coming to Walt Disney World, but is already open at the Disneyland Resort. All this and more Walt Disney World information and fun awaits you on this week’s WDW News Today Podcast.

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  • Anonymous

    When you all talked about the mist effect in the Pirates ride, you mentioned how it isn’t easy to see the projection.  I remember when this effect was first installed, it was not only very clear, but the mist flowed in such a way that you almost couldn’t tell it wasn’t water. I remember not knowing that it was mist until I was right under it.  It was very convincing, whereas now it doesn’t look like it’s meant to be anything other than mist-you wouldn’t even know that the effect at one time had been done so that it legitimately looked like it was really a waterfall.  I personally think it is a maintenance issue, and I was fully expecting that it was going to have been restored for the Blackbeard switchout.  So I think anyone upset about the visibility has a right to bring it up, since there was this expectation that it would get some attention for this event.