It's George Foreman's favorite holiday!
UNCLE WALT'S INSIDER H.Q., SVALBARD -- Because Uncle Walt made us work answering a (Step) Moms Panel question yesterday, he's graciously allowed us to take off Boxing Day today. We plan to spend the day watching all of the boxing match telecasts! How about you?
Give him a left, you big lug!
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A special "thank you" for your support. Exactly the same as last year's "special thank you."
UNCLE WALT'S INSIDER H.Q. -- We here at Uncle Walt's Insider love the holiday season, and this year we are [Ed.: again] especially grateful for you, our reader. [Ed.: By "you, our reader," we mean the person reading this right now. We're not suggesting that we only have one reader total. It would be pretty moronic to spend hours churning out quality theme park reporting day after ...
We're very sorry for the mixup.
UNCLE WALT'S H.Q., SVALBARD -- In yesterday's Uncle Walt's Insider article, "Opinion: They shouldn’t have killed Baby Yoda in the next episode," the author claimed to have received an advance copy of this week's episode of The Mandalorian. The article complains of the needless death in the episode of such a cute character.
It turns out we were mistaken. The show the author watched was not The Mandalorian, but an instructional video on how to play the mandolin. We apologize ...
Seriously, what were they thinking?
UNCLE WALT'S H.Q., SVALBARD -- Disney+'s original series in the Star Wars universe, The Mandalorian, has introduced pop culture to the lovable unnamed character pictured above. Referred to online as "Baby Yoda," he has sparked endless memes and internet references.
And he's about to die.
A preview screening copy
Your humble author was provided with an advance screening copy of Week 7's episode of The Mandalorian, which will be released to the public tomorrow. Normally I try not to have ...
Thank goodness we're all normal now.
BURBANK, CA -- A 1930's era photograph of Mickey Mouse Club members found in the Disney archives shows one thing very clearly: Disney fans used to be super-creepy.
Just look at that photo. Seriously, look at it. A sizeable percentage of that group turned into serial killers, we're guessing. Or Cast Member Leads.
Thankfully, Disney obsession no longer results in creepy, weird behavior, or puts us outside of societal norms. Now please excuse me while I put on ...