So immature. He's being a big poopy-head.
A GALAXY FAR, FAR AWAY -- In a recent appearance on The Star Wars Show, Disney Chairman/CEO/Weekend Custodian Bob Iger teased that he knows the name of "The Child," aka "Baby Yoda", from the failed Disney+ series, The Mandalorian.
When pressed to share the name, Iger simply stuck out his tongue and then chanted over and over, "I'm not going to tell you. I'm not going to tell you, nanny nanny boo boo, stick your ...
Some people are getting ahead of themselves.
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL -- The hugely popular Hall of Presidents attraction at Disney's Magic Kingdom was unexpectedly closed today to re-install the Donald Trump audioanimatronic figure. Disney (the company) spokesperson Jun Disney (no relation) sent us the following statement:
"Some overzealous Cast Members, like many in Congress, failed to understand that just because the House of Representatives [Ed.: I've always found that name ironic] voted to impeach the President, it does not mean he is ...
Onlookers were entertained by Jefferson and Madison rapping about Alexander Hamilton.
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL -- Cast Members arriving for their normal work day were met with protests by Presidents at the Magic Kingdom's Hall of Presidents. Led by George Washington, the majority of the past Presidents joined forces to protest the division that is gripping D.C.
"This fine Union that we built is turning into shambles!" Washington shouted. "The patriots who fought to not only build, but sustain and protect this fine ...
Walt insisted we keep "beloved" in the title.
UNCLE WALT'S INSIDER H.Q., SVALBARD -- Hi fans, thanks for visiting.
It has come to my attention that my totally original, first of it's kind idea for a Food Blog, along with a totally not ripped off idea for a logo and theme, was recently abused by the staff of UWI. Specifically, Ub.
X did a beautiful job writing about the awesome Mickey Bars. I wasn't happy that the very first article wasn't about ...
"Space Hill" just doesn't have the same ring to it.
ORLANDO, FL -- What's in a name? Well, for Space Mountain, and perhaps the other "Disney Mountains," quite a bit! In a shocking development, researchers at the Disney Institute have concluded that Space Mountain no longer qualifies for mountain status. It is only a hill, and must be renamed.
This follows years after the same researchers concluded Pluto does not qualify as a planet. It was downgraded to a whole new, made-up ...