Episode 4: Blue Monday

September 23rd, 2011

So here we go, the long awaited premiere of Skipper Trevor and Skipper Joey, live in front of the SkipCast microphone. (Grammatically I know it is "Microphones", but I only have one. It's a really nice one, though.) We had a lovely chance to sit down on an anonymous piece of grass and chat about their path to (and from) Jungle, and some of the fun they have had after.

I cover this in the podcast intro, but this episode is a bit more "adult", so no kiddies should be listening, ok? Skippers are known for their ribald humor, and their use of archaic terms like "ribald", and this time we get a little more loose with the "Disney Spirit". Actually, it may sound like we drank too many "Disney Spirits", but in fact it was just the drinks at Trader Sam's, which may or may not have any alcohol in them.

So, keep the faith, Internet Adventurers, and let your friends know about the podcast. We keep growing by leaps and bounds, and we will hit our first 1000 downloads sometime next week. (if you include iTunes.)

Thanks everyone, and Kungaloosh!

Skipper Kyle

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  • Michael



    Sep 27, 2011 at 3:19 am
  • Wayne

    Enjoy the Podcasts, Kyle. Seem to go all around the track with what is being talked about, not just Jungle Stories. Have you thought about trying to get past Skippers, 60’s, 70’s to come on and talk about their experiences? Or maybe even some of the crazy things that have happened in the past? Even stories of those skippers who don’t have rehires or will not go back? Keep up the good work, because I do enjoy listening Wayne

    Sep 27, 2011 at 11:26 pm
  • junglecrews

    I have a big backlog of people I am trying to sit down with, but schedules are always challenging to work with. Lots of Jungle Stories, but also I want to get a feel for why people end up at Jungle, and kind of the whole Disney experience as well. Things are definitely in the works, it’s just a matter of time.


    Sep 28, 2011 at 5:44 pm
  • alison

    i’d love to hear about a ladies perspective of working jungle. bitches need to be represented.

    Sep 29, 2011 at 12:52 am