Hello and welcome to The WDW Radio Show – Your Walt Disney World Information Station. I am your host, Lou Mongello, and this is show #163 for the week of March 28, 2010.

This week we get to know the Dads from the 2010 Walt Disney World Moms Panel, and discuss some of their tips and recommendations, and things for guys to do on their “mancation.”

We’ll continue our detailed tour through Mickey’s Toontown Fair, as Jim Korkis and I do a DSI: Disney Scene Investigation through Minnie and Mickey’s Houses as well as Donald’s boat, pointing out the details, secrets and history before Toontown makes way for the expansion of Fantasyland.

I’ll have some announcements about The Dream Team Project charity at the end of the show before playing more of your voicemails, so sit back, relax, and enjoy this week’s episode of the WDW Radio Show.

You can email the show at lou@wdwradio.com or call the voicemail TOLL FREE at 888-703-2171.

Thanks for listening! Be sure to tune in next week!


Walt Disney World Mom’s Panel

Part One of our Virtual Tour/DSI of Mickey’s Toontown Fair with Jim KorkisShow # 158 – February 21, 2010

The Dream Team Project

Donate to the Dream Team Project at the Make-A-Wish web site

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3 Responses to "Show # 163 – March 28, 2010"

  1. Adam says:

    What a great show! Jim Korkis is just a fountain of knowledge – I can only imagine what it must be like to walk around and talk Disney with him!

  2. Jeremy McBryar says:

    Lou, Great annconcement lastnight. Cant wait to see the Live 24 hour show in May. Very informative show this week, Keep Moving Forward!:)


  3. Chuck Zitta says:

    Dads rock! Like the mancation tips, whether it’s a ‘guy’ trip or a trip with my boys, who are older now. Enjoyed listening to you and Jim discuss more of Toontown Fair. RIP. At least they kept the Barnstormer! The revamped Fantasyland and the addition of Storybook Circus DOES help, but still need to keep the history alive. Thanks again for another fantastic show, Lou and Jim!!!

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