Chapek: "I wrote the script myself."
REEDY CREEK, FL -- There's a new stage show coming soon to the Walt Disney World Resort & Spa & Alternative Lifestyle Exploration Center! In a new bid to drive the Disney Company into the ground and keep California's lights on, the Forecourt Stage at Cornelius (formerly Cinderella) Castle (she's a dude now) will host a cavalcade of Disney characters dressed in rainbow colors, all chanting and singing nothing but the word "gay" for 25 minutes!
Oh, there will still be "bears."
MAGIC KINGDOM, FL -- The Walt Disney World Resort and Spa and Center for Societal Change has announced a new project, sure to excite parents of all genders! Disney is continuing its current project (called "Woke Kingdom," according to insiders) by re-theming the beloved attraction Country Bear Jamboree.
We caught up with Disney (the company) spokesbeing Jun Disney (no relation) to find out more.
"This is just one more step in solving all of the world's problems! ...
The Uncle Walt's Insider (Step) Moms Panel answers your real questions with their own totally reliable advice. [Lawyer-mandated disclaimer: do NOT rely on this advice. Our panel of experts may or may not be actual stepmoms, but they are definitely evil.]
"Is it weird to go to Disney world as a single, childless adult?" - Zach Harris, Hartwick NY
It depends on your intentions, but in general, I'd say it's not weird. Everyone has their happy place, and maybe Disney is yours. ...
It worked for Monster's Inc. Laugh Floor!
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL -- The Magic Kingdom's Country Bear Jamboree is a beloved but poorly-attended attraction. Now, though, a new late-night review -- geared for mature audiences only -- may breath life into this aging show.
You must be this old to ride
As Uncle Walt's Insider reported in August, Disney first experimented with risque material with the Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor. Since then, the Magic Kingdom has seen its late-night crowds swell, and most are ...
"Now it won't just be the monsters that are blue."
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL -- It's an attraction that even the most generous Disney fans say has grown stale. But now Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor is getting "refreshed" with the addition of late-night shows filled with adult-oriented humor.
"There's only so many times the average guest can tolerate Buddy Boil and his awful puns," Disney (the company) spokesperson Jun Disney (no relation) tells Uncle Walt's Insider. "So we're changing things up. Now Monsters ...