The DLNT Podcast Episode 100 (2/15/12) – Enhanced Edition
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Join me, Sean Dickey, and a cast including Jamie Nakagiri, Conner Purzycki, Brian Martsolf, Chris Lastrapes, and Tom Corless for a variety show dedicated to the Disneyland Resort and its many fans. Plenty of Disneyland information and fun awaits you on this edition of the Disneyland News Today Podcast!!!
On this week’s show we turn 100!!! Join us as we take a look back at our journey and celebrate this amazing milestone with us! Then join us as we induct Conner Purzycki into the WDWNT Hall of Fame. After that, say goodbye to Disneyland Don’t Forget the Lyrics by playing along with the DLNT crew. Who will be victorious? Finally, we introduce our brand new segment, The Disneyland Compendium where we open the big book of Disneyland knowledge and tell you the history of the monorail. As always, we truly appreciate all of you for listening to our show. Without the support of our listeners none of this could have been possible. Thanks for sticking with us through the years!
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