What’s BROKEN in Disney World? Extinct Disney Attractions? | PNP Disney Podcast #33

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    What’s Broken in Walt Disney World? Why is Epcot abandoned? Will Ellen’s Energy Adventure in Future World become an extinct attraction?

    On this episode we do a little armchair Imagineering with our kids, Tristan and Kairi. In this episode of the Disney podcast we talk about attractions we think could use a little more TLC at the four WDW parks: Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom, Magic Kingdom and, of course, Epcot! Opinions vary on what needs done and what we’d like to see, but one thing is for certain: Ellen DeGeneres rocked that pointy stick!
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