Thanks to our friends Jenn and Morgan from the Dateline Mousetalgia podcast for joining us this week to take on the Disney Tag! This week they’re celebrating their 100th episode so make sure to head over to their Instagram check them out and say hello!
The Disney Tag Questions
If you’d like to take on the Disney Tag yourself, here are the questions:
- A scene in any Disney movie you wish you could experience
- An unforgettable experience you’ve had at the parks
- What non-Disney song reminds you or brings back memories of Disney and or the parks
- When was the first time you went to a Disney park
- If you could choose any characters to be your best friend who would you choose
- Who is your favorite Disney princess
- Name a scene/moment in any Disney movie that never fails to make you cry
- What is your favorite Disney movie
- Overrated Disney movie
- Underrated Disney movie
- Favorite Disney song
- Least Favorite Disney song
- Most Memorable Disney villain
- Favorite classic Disney/ favorite modern Disney
- Favorite Disney score
- Favorite live action
If you post your answers tag us so we can feature your answers in our IG stories!
Dance, Dance, Dance
In this episode we talked about swing dancing at the parks. One of our favorite performers are the guys from Phat Cat Swinger! The video below is one of their (complete) performances from the Festival of Holidays in December 2019. If you want to listen to the song we referenced in the episode (Dance, Dance, Dance) go to about 6:10 in the video.
You can watch the live performance of Magic Happens from the last D23 Expo below. The performance started around the 15:45 mark in the video. What do you think of the music to Magic Happens? Leave a comment below!
Disney Tag 2016
The inspiration for this episode was this original Disney Tag video from back in 2016! If you haven’t had a chance to see it, check out the video to see how Heyzen’s answers compare to this time around!
In the last episode we talked about the important Black Lives Matter movement. Although we didn’t talk about it on the podcast we didn’t want to share the CNN townhall about racism featuring some of the characters from Sesame Street. It was great way for children to understand a little more about what is currently going on in the world and some of the things we can teach them to try to create a better world. Unfortunately, the entire townhall hasn’t been reposted by CNN yet but we did find someone else that shared it on YouTube so the video quality isn’t 100% but it’s the message that’s important (we’re hoping the video doesn’t get taken down).
Also, we’re including all the information we posted in the post for the last episode regarding resources for this movement in case you missed it; you can find that info below.
This last week has seen protestors trying to advocate for change. The Black Lives Matter movement is a campaign aimed to help drive change. Per their website:
…will focus on issues concerning racial injustice, police brutality, criminal justice reform, Black immigration, economic injustice, LGBTQIA+ and human rights, environmental injustice, access to healthcare, access to quality education, and voting rights and suppression.
If you would like to make a donation, you can go to their website at:
or you can use the button below to be taken to their donation page.
Here is a list of organization put together as outlined by Backstage.com to help educate yourself (and others) about the Black Lives Matter movement:
For additional resources, including films and advocates, please visit Backstage’s post: