So, here's a little story...
So, here's a little story...
I am continually surprised by how time has snuck by us. This episode was taped 30 months ago, with good friend of the podcast Skipper Timothy Bernardi. One of our first WDW episodes, and a great time chatting with someone who has had his hand in the Disney pot on so many levels. Also, he's just a really great guy. So, here's your ReRun for the week, and a great new episode next week!
Our first episode with Skipper Larry Kaml set records for it's first week, and we're expecting the second half of his episode to do the same. This episode features not only the best "Last Day" story in the history of the Jungle Cruise, but also perhaps the most expected Gerry York story ever. This one is an incredible roller coast of a ride, but instead of a roller coaster, it's a river, with botes on it. Enjoy!
How have we not done a re-run of this episode? Skippers Grant Baciocco and Chris Lamberth were the first Skips I had on the show who were from a different generation than I worked, and their coming on the show lined up Skips who would eventually give us some of our best interviews. This is sort of the "Patient Zero" of the TFJC podcast, and without this episode, we would have given up somewhere in Season 2. On top of that, these guys are incredibly wonderful people, and I am really happy to have gotten the chance to get to know them.
Well, it took us long enough, but we're back with a new episode. Also, it took us 3 years to line up this guest. Skipper Larry Kaml was a strong personality during the late 80's and early 90's, and his role in the Narrations program led to one of the most interesting times in Jungle history. He was universally regarded by those he worked with, and I have been chomping at the bit to get him on the show. All it took was a 7 hour drive to central California, and we were golden!
Hey everyone! We're back with all new Skippertainment. We chat with our very own Skipperette Jen about the Skipper Canteen, stand up comedy, her vacation to WDW, and the passing of beloved Skipper Andy Rinella... It's short, but it helps us catch up with you. Kungaloosh, friends!
As many of you guessed, our episode today was a bit of foolery. We'll be back on Tuesday with a brand new episode! The Tales from the Jungle Crews isn't going anywhere!
So, if you've been around the podcast for more than a few months, you remember Jungle Rummy, our card game that we did a Kickstarter campaign in the fall. One of the top rewards for pledging was an appearance on this very podcast. So this week we welcome Michael and Grace Steuver, the top supporters of the Jungle Rummy game, and the Jungle Crews podcast. We are thrilled to spend a few moments with them, and to welcome them to our family.
Greetings Adventurers! Today we dip back into our archive for a trip back to our 14th episode and a visit to 2012. Skippers Scott Kelly and Jacob Caputo may have worked in different eras, but they each have a great take on the ride. This was back when we used to live record at Trader Sam's, and even though it's early on, you can start to see what we're doing. Enjoy this re-run, and join us next week for a very special episode!
Two weeks ago we got a whole lotta love for our two Skippers, Skipper Amanda Taylor and Skipper Kellie Pitts(York). Well, as promised, here is the second half of that episode with these two lovely ladies. As I warned you the last time, this episode has a LOT more of me geeking out and being a fanboy than usual, and these amazing Skips are the reason why. I loved catching up, and am so glad that I get to share that with you.