Category: disney themed fun

BUMPS AND SHIVERS….YES, EVEN AT DISNEY!

   They go bump in the night and send shivers down your spine. Your nightmares.  The stairs creak because a ghost is walking. Do these things keep you awake at night? Then you probably shouldn’t keep reading.

        Something that feels so right has to be.. wrong, right? Or at least eerily spooky? Disney is so much fun that there have to be some skeletons hiding in the closet, or “secret underworld” that lies behind the scenes.  

Ever wonder why the light is kept on in the apartment above the firehouse on Main Street in the Magic Kingdom? No, there are not firefighters in there. That is Walt Disney’s actual apartment.  After Walt died, Disney employees tried to turn the light off but it always turns back on.. 

 

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  • The Pirates of Caribbean Ride is constructed with real bones, I have mentioned this before.  Do cast member still conveniently dispose bodies there? That’s for you to guess and for me to never find out. 

     

  • Disney’s Main Street is haunted by more than just Walt Disney.  A lady in white wonders the streets at all hours. She was killed on Main Street’s grounds before Disney built his empire. She has never been put to rest, and is constantly wandering the streets and checking storefronts for her children. Legend has it that she has been known to have guided actual lost children to the Baby Care Center. Would you trust her with your kids? Instead of telling my kids to look for “the lady in white” I usually make sure that we all decide on a designated area should they get lost.. but that’s just me. 
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  • Do you ever ride the monorail? One teenager tried to sneak into Disneyland in 1966 by climbing a fence, a fence that led right to the monorail tracks. He was then decapitated, run over by the same train that was supposed to take him to experience the joy of Disney.  If you look closely, more than a few people have spotted him running alongside the train. 
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  • Several people report that a small boy stands at the exit of the Haunted Mansion, crying. When a guest or employee tries to speak to him, he ignores them as if they are not there.  Well, he is not there. He is of another dimension. Possibly one of the ashes scattered around the Haunted Mansion.  Click here to learn more. 

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Is your spine tingling yet? There are more real life accounts of employees who have passed in very gruesome ways, but I will save these for another day.

 

TOP FIVE THINGS NOT TO DO ON ITS A SMALL WORLD

“It’s a Small World” is probably the most popular ride- traditionally- in the Magic Kingdom. It is family friendly, for all ages and sizes. But there are still some things you should never do on “It’s a Small World”. 

  1.  Don’t put your hands in the water while riding the boat. This ride made its mark at the 1964 World’s Fair. I doubt you are riding in filtered water. You could be riding in basically the same water they had in 1964. That is water that is over forty years old! And dirty! Also, we have never heard of an alligator sighting, but be careful – and keep your hands in the boat!close up of bottle pouring water on glass
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  3.  Don’t worry about a Fast Pass (on non holidays). The line for this ride usually moves pretty quickly because there are so many boats. You do not have to run like crazy to get on this ride and beat the crowd. The one perk of a fast pass? Your name MAY show up somewhere along the ride. So do it for that reason only.people doing marathon
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  5.  Don’t go on this ride looking for thrills and chills. As I said before, this is NOT a scary ride. You do not go fast or upside down. You go on here to relax. There is no screaming on this ride. Please do NOT scream. You will upset people.
  6.  Do NOT plan on learning a new language on this ride. Yes, seven languages and twenty five countries are represented on the journey. But you will be so busy looking at all of the beautiful scenery that I doubt you will pick up a language that quickly.  If you want to try: English, Portuguese, German, French, Chinese, Spanish, and Italian! The ride can be found at five Disney Parks and Three Continents so go ahead and try.
  7.  Don’t be afraid to sing a long. Below are the lyrics to get you started
  8.   Finally, DO look up as the ride is beginning. People often hold up signs from the Pinocchio Haus

   It’s a world of laughter, a world of tears. It’s a world of hopes and a world of fears.
               

There’s so much that we share

That it’s time we’re aware
It’s a small world after all

 It’s a small world after all
 It’s a small world after all
 It’s a small world after all

It’s a small, small world

There is just one moon and one golden sun
And a smile means friendship to everyone.

Though the mountains divide
           And the oceans are wide
           It’s a small world after all

            It’s a small world after all
            It’s a small world after all
            It’s a small world after all
            It’s a small, small world

 

CHECKLIST FOR THOSE HEADED TO A DISNEY RESORT

No need to worry if where your are going is as good as we’re you’re been.

Excited about an upcoming Disney Trip? Wondering what you will need? 

I’ll speak to those who leave for Disney on a jet, or any type of plane.  Those who drive may have a bit more flexibility as far as packing

If you are flying into Disney early, I highly suggest packing on the plane LIGHT, so that you don’t have to worry about leaving a bunch of carry on luggage in the hotel while you walk around waiting for your room.  By light, I mean, think about WEARING your bathing suit on the plane. For ladies, I suggest two piece so that you don’t have to have any difficulty heading to the bathroom on the plane! Kudos to anyone bold enough to just wear a bathing suit!! I usually opt for a skirt and top. No need for towels, most hotels have them at the pool. 

Are you one of those people that likes to wear their heaviest shoes on a plane? I suggest that you try and change that habit if you are. Not only would heavy shoes weigh you down in the event of any emergency, but it’s hard to relax in small spaces with clunky attire. I suggest flip flops or sandals that are comfortable when walking. You are going to a warm climate. You will be on the plane for a while. You don’t need to be squishing around heavy sneakers in the pool. 

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Bring one carry on bag, not one for everyone. Pack two activities for the plane. Let’s face it, kids barely use them and every time i TRY to read it never happens. Bring several pairs of headphones, for kids I suggest the noise cancelling one. 

Pack an extra change of underwear/ bathing suit/clothes in a ziplock bag. Baby Wipes. Travel Size sunblock.

Bring a snack.  Keep in mind that a bag of groceries may get confiscated at security.

As far as suitcase needs: Bring two dresses, two pairs of shorts, about five pairs of underwear. Dress up clothes for the kids. That’s all. There is always laundry somewhere. I wouldn’t even bother with detergent, people usually leave left over detergent in the laundry room. You can just wash your clothes. There is no need to pack a ton of stuff. Trust me.  But do pack things you may not want to buy: Toothpaste. Sunscreen(in a safe travel friendly container). Feminine Products. tooth brush. Deodorant. Consider mailing diapers (if you need them) to the resort a head of time. Any bulky items, even groceries, can be mailed ahead of time. Just check with your hotel. 

If anything, we have learned that the best way to travel to Disney is Without being weighed down. You want enough room in your suitcase for everything you are bringing back!

No matter what you say now, you will be bringing some things back.

 

I THINK TO MYSELF.. IT’S AN INCREDIBLE WORLD

 

On November 5, 2004, what was first named “The Invincibles” became “The Incredibles”. Produced by Pixar, the movie stars the voices of Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter, Sarah Vowell(“This American Life”), Spencer Fox, Jason Lee, Samuel L. Jackson, and Elizabeth Pena.  Writer and Director Brad Bird Voices Edna Mode. Fourteen years later, the Incredibles 2 has arrived!! And the family hasn’t seemed to age a bit!

The film follows a family of superheroes who are forced to hid their powers and live a quiet suburban life. Being a superhero is “against the law”, because of the damage to the city caused by their crime fighting in Metroville (based on Superman’s Metropolis). 

Have you seen the Incredibles 2 yet? Believe it or not, I saw the Incredibles 2 last night without ever seeing the Incredibles 1.  While there may have been some small hints at the first movie, I quickly grasped the concept and was able to dive into the second plot without missing much.

Someone, we won’t say who. Develops these specialities

  • Demon Flame Baby
  • Full Metal Baby
  • Hobgoblin Baby
  • Hobgoblin Flame Baby  
  • Laser eyes  
  • Shooting Eyes
  • Floating
  • Teleportation (intradimension)
  • Interdimensional wormhole creation and travel (not to be confused with teleportation, which involves simply vanishing)
  • Walking through matter 
  • Telekinesis
  • Piecemeal shape-shifting (morphing specific body parts to resemble others’)
  • Rocket-propulsion sneezes
  • Duplication (self-cloning)
  • Rapid Expansion (e.g., Giant Baby Mode)
  • Flying
  • Elasticity

This was definitely better than the Fantastic Four Reboot. Very family friendly, for all ages. The audience burst into applause at the end of the film in my movie theater. But, without giving anything away, my favorite part was the dumpling. 

 

OUR TRIPLE CROWN PREDICTIONS AND THE HISTORY BEHIND A VERY DIFFERENT KIND OF RACE

Nachos, Deviled Eggs, or a spoonful of sugar? 

While some are celebrating the Mexican Army’s difficult victory over the French Empire at the Battle of Puebla, on May 5, 1862, under the leadership of General Ignacio Zaragoza, others are preparing for the 144th Annual Kentucky Derby – still others are  obsessed with a very different kind of race: 

Would you rather watch the Derby? Or Mary Poppins magically bringing carousel horses to life for the race of a lifetime. 

For those that choose Mary Poppins, here are a few fun facts to think about while you watch the wooden horses make a break for it:

  • Some carousel advertisements in early nineteenth century America stated that the ride was highly recommended by physicians as an aid in circulating the blood.
  • Reputedly, one of the C.W. Parker Company’s most notable former employees was Dwight D. Eisenhower, Supreme Allied Commander of D-Day in World War II and later U.S. President, who, as a young lad, was said to have sanded carousel horses at the Parker factory located near his home in Abilene, Kansas.
  • The St. Bernard is one of the carousel’s most rare menagerie figures (animals other than horses).
  • Between 2,000 and 3,000 carousels were produced in the U.S. during its golden age of wooden carousels (early 1880’s to early 1930’s); today, there are less than 150 still left operating.
  • The earliest known use of the term merry-go-round is found in a poem written by Englishman George Alexander Stevens in 1729.
  • Contrary to popular belief, golden age carousel figures were not carved out of a single piece of wood; instead, several body panels were connected using wooden blocks, the whole of which was then worked over to create a basic (hollow) body; the head, legs, and tail were then attached, having been crafted by the manufacturer’s most talented carvers since the detail of these elements was essential in defining the figure’s personality.
  • To relax before taking off on what became the first successful solo nonstop trans-Atlantic flight in 1927, American aviator Charles Lindbergh ventured down to Coney Island to ride the carousel.
  • Carvers from the golden age would sometimes craft the mane of a horse figure so as to create a pocket where the hand could grasp it to help swing the rider into the saddle.
  • The oldest operating platform carousel in the United States, named the Flying Horses, dates from 1876 and is located on Martha’s Vineyard in Massachusetts.
  • Carousels have been featured in such popular Broadway musicals as Carousel and such famous movies as Mary Poppins and The Sting.
  • The town of Mansfield, Ohio, may be the only one in America to have initiated its downtown revitalization efforts with a brand new wooden carousel, completed and unveiled in 1991.
  • All carousels manufactured by Peter Petz Productions of Germany are pre-dated by 100 years (thus 1998 becomes 1898) to give his period pieces an even greater nineteenth century feel.
  • Figures on America’s golden age carousels were typically arranged by size according to their concentric row, with the largest situated on the outer edge progressing to the smallest in by the center pole.
  • There are less than ten carousels with operating brass ring machines left in the U.S.
  • At its annual conventions in the late 1920’s, IAAPA held carving contests entered by a number of America’s premier carousel manufacturers.
  • Measuring 80 feet wide, weighing 35 tons, and containing 269 hand-crafted animals, the carousel at The House on the Rock in Spring Green, Wisconsin, USA, is the world’s largest.
  • In the early 1940’s, Prime Minister Winston Churchill ordered that Britain’s carousels be reopened, despite widespread material shortages, in an effort to boost morale during World War II.
  • The original entrance sign to the shop of one of America’s earliest carousel pioneers, Gustav Dentzel, is on display at the Merry-Go-Round Museum in Sandusky, Ohio, USA, and dates from around 1867.
  • Patriotic trappings such as flags and eagles were often incorporated into figures crafted by the many immigrant carvers who helped create America’s golden age of wooden carousels.
  • Many amusement parks and attractions around the world employ a carousel theme in one section of their facility with names like Carousel Kingdom or Square or Cove or Circle.
  • The U.S. Postal Service has twice issued commemerative stamps honoring the carousel, in 1988 and in 1995.
  • Located in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Horsin’ Around is one of America’s few carousel figure carving schools.
  • Golden age carvers in the United States occasionally inscribed their initials in a figure and, even more rarely, their full name.
  • Along with roller coasters, carousels are the oldest amusement ride still in use.
  • The only operating steam-powered carousel left in the U.S. is hard at work every Labor Day weekend at the annual Western Minnesota Steam Threshers Reunion in Rollag, Minnesota.
  • Germany’s Peter Petz Productions makes both hand-cranked and solar-powered carousels.
  • Menagerie figures are enjoying a current resurgence in popularity, a trend no doubt benefiting from the labors of The Carousel Works in Mansfield, Ohio, USA, which makes a carousel whose figures consist entirely of endangered species.
  • America’s earliest known carousel seems to have appeared in 1799 in Salem, Massachusetts, and was advertised as a wooden horse circus ride.
  • Carousel chariots from the golden age typically had two seats to accommodate ladies and small children, as the customs of that era precluded women from sitting astride the machine’s horses; chariots allowed them the thrill of a carousel ride without sacrificing their dignity.
  • The smooth galloping motion so familiar to today’s riders actually had quite a few competitors in its early days: some figures rocked, either forwards and back or from side to side, while others used a grasshopper mechanism (attached to the platform at the rear of each figure) to spring forward.
  • In the early 1900’s, Euclid Beach Park in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, possessed quite a unique carousel: it tilted at a 10-degree angle. The aim, one would assume, was to create a more thrilling ride, yet no other versions of this machine are known to have been built.
  • Some golden age carvers like John Zalar and Daniel C. Muller received formal instruction in fine arts and sculpture either before or during their carousel careers.
  • Spurred by a surge of patriotism following the Boer War (1899-1902), centaurs appeared on several British-made carousels; these double-seater horses replaced their usual heads with lifelike, waist-up carvings of domestic political or military heroes.
  • Some horses produced during the golden age were originally outfitted with a mane and/or tail made of real horsehair.

 

For those who pick today’s Kentucky Derby: 

I’m going with one of the following two (stats are taken from THE COURIER): 

6. GOOD MAGIC
Why he can win:
The third start of his 2-year-old campaign was the Breeders’ CupJuvenile, which Good Magic won and parlayed into the Eclipse Award for top juvenile male. The Derby will be his third start as a 3-year-old, and he looks to be on a similarpath.
Why he won’t:
His Beyer Speed Figure numbers this year are a cut below the best in the field. The Blue Grass victory was nice, but how strong was that field?
Morning-line odds:
 12-1.
Last time out:
Won the Grade 2 Blue Grass by 1 ½ lengths over Flameaway on April 7 atKeeneland.
Running style:
Has some early speed but generally a middle-of-the pack runner.
Owners:
 e Five Racing Thoroughbreds (Bob, Kristine, Cassidy, Riley and DelaneyEdwards) and Stonestreet Stables (Barbara Banke).
Trainer:
 Chad Brown.
Jockey:
Jose Ortiz
11. BOLT D’ORO
Why he can win:
 There’s little question he’s one of the most talented 3-year-olds in the country, and he already has two Grade 1 victories and a Grade 2 win. He’s a battle-test colt who has been through the wars.
Why he won’t:
 What does he have left after a pair of grueling battles at Santa Anita duringthe prep season? He was placed first after McKinzie was disqualified in the San Felipe,which may have been the most exciting prep race of the year. And as hard as he tried, he couldn’t catch Justify in the Santa Anita.
Morning-line odds:
 8-1.
Last time out:
Second place — 3 lengths behind Justify — in Santa Anita Derby on April 7.
Running style:
Likes to be near the front early, though not on the lead. A stalker.
Owner:
Mick Ruis.
Trainer:
 Mick Ruis.
Jockey:
 Victor Espinoza

 

Check out the race yourself, today at 6:46pm ET. Or else let me know if I picked correctly!

As far as food selections, we may try all three – it is supposed to be a triple kind of day, isn’t it? 

 

Who put the kumbucha in Disney?

The short answer is noone. But I think that at some point Disney is going to jump on the kombucha bandwagon. I mean, why wouldn’t they? It’s healthy – and a new craze.  

So what is kombucha? Kombucha is produced by fermenting tea using a symbiotic mixture of bacteria and yeast. – I know, doesn’t that sound delicious??? But it really is. It has been claimed that Kombucha teas cure asthma, cataracts, diabetes, diarrhea, gout, herpes, insomnia and rheumatism. They are purported to shrink the prostate and expand the libido, reverse grey hair, remove wrinkles, relieve haemorrhoids, lower hypertension, prevent cancer, and promote general well-being. 

 

I definitely see a kombucha cart coming to Epcot, don’t you? Maybe somewhere in the Asias?

 

SPACE RANGER SPIN – MIDWAY MANIA’S FORGOTTEN COUSIN

There’s a great new dance out there, it’s called “doin the robot”. Ever do the robot dance? Okay. maybe it’s not a new dance. It’s definitely not a new dance. If you wanna be a robot, check this out: 

When I first met Buzz Lightyear I THOUGHT he was a robot. But it turns out he moves like one thanks to Pixar animation and his space suit. Very futuristic and high tech. Which is why Buzz is located in Tommorowland, very close to his Space Ranger Spin Ride in the Magic Kingdom. 

For those who can’t get a ride on Toy Story’s Midway Mania, this is the next best thing. Because you get to actually put yourself in a space ship and target evil aliens. And rack up points (much like the Toy Story Ride). 

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Don’t forget to look for your picture at the end of the ride – because the alien’s get a shot of you during the battle! Not sure if it was cyclops alien or alien monster. It didn’t matter because we won.

 

 

THE POPULARITY OF THIS TOY STORY RIDE WILL NEVER FADE – IT’S NOTHING TO TOY WITH!AND NOTHING TO DO WITH SANTA CLAUS

Have you been on the toy story ride? For all of those that know, it has nothing to do with Christmas. 

Christmas has come early, though, for anyone who gets a fast pass for this ride. For those that don’t be prepared to wait anywhere from 45 minutes to 2 hours.

You get a pair of 3D glasses and are ready to go!!!

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You arrive in Andy’s toy box. 

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While in the toy box, you’ll see how detailed this toy story world is – can you imagine how great Toy Story Land is going to be? 

And practice makes perfect! The more points you get every time the closer you get to making the top of the scoreboard!

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WHAT ACTUALLY HAPPENS AT THE MAGIC KINGDOM WHEN THE LIGHTS GO OUT?

What actually happens at the magic kingdom when the lights go out? No, not on one of the magic hours evenings, or during one of the special parade nights. On a regular night. After the evening parade and fireworks. Midnight on a regular day.  Some might say that all the statues come alive. They start to move.  This is the moment when they get to try the rides. They finally get to enjoy the “Magic”. 

Each of the 44 presidents in the Hall of Presidents get to mingle, they take a presidential march down main street, and then trot when they see the two lanters lit up in Liberty Square to indicate that the British are coming by sea – (yes, even the new one) click here. 

One statue in particular, the Cinderella Statue, close to the carousel, is often spotted climbing the 189 foot structure in order to get into her VIP suite. Why try and get into her own kingdom that way? Who knows. What I have heard is that the lavish VIP suite inside the castle can’t even be toured because it was originally intended for Walt and his family. It is only available to VIPs like Suri Cruise. Cinderella herself can’t even officially try the luxurious bedding in the finest suite in the castle. So she climbs in at night.

 

The five grooms in the wedding portraits in the Haunted Mansion start a game of poker. The winner gets the bride. (Did you know that the same bride is in ever portrait? You will figure it out when she comes after you with her hatchet!)

Suddenly Goofy appears – he got up from his bench in front of Tony’s restaurant because he wanted to try and pull the sword from the stone.  Even though the statues have mostly come alive, the magic of the sword comes alive and only a true king can pull out Excalibur. So Goofy is out of luck.  Click here for more info on the sword and the stone.

Goofy doesn’t like walking around the old and empty kingdom by himself. He’s looking to hold one of the hidden Mickey’s hands. Although approximately 1,000 Hidden Mickeys have been recorded throughout Disney, there has never been a list made up. The most common Hidden mickey is a formation of three circles that may be perceived as the silhouette of the head and ears of Mickey Mouse, the “Classic Mickey”. Mickeys can be painted, made up of objects, or even references such as a character wearing mouse ears.  They don’t all have hands, though.

Finally, Goofy finds the partners statue, and gets to hold Walt’s hand personally, with Mickey still on the other side. 

If you are ever lucky enough to be “stuck” at Disney when all this magic is going on, where would you eventually lay your head? 

My first choice might be The Beast’s Castle. But this choice is only for the brave, given all the enchantment that takes place in the castle even in the daylight. 

Just imagine the nighttime enchantment. I personally love the idea of experiencing all seasons at once: The forest in the fall, the snow. But I would never sleep in the West Wing. 

Having trouble imagining all this? Having trouble listening to all I’ve said? Don’t worry, your mind is NOT playing tricks on you. Or is it.

This really happens. 

 

 

 

 

WHERE ARE YOU GOING IF YOU WIN TONIGHT’S SUPERBOWL?

Whoever wins today is… going to Disney World, I think. 

Tom Brady has been a bunch of times. 

Joe Flaco went in 2013

And the Patriots went to Disneyland in 2015..

Here’s Eli Manning and the Giants

And the Steelers. 

We could go on listing the commercials and travel announcements.. but you get the idea.

Disney has run its iconic superbowl commercial soon after the end of each superbowl, since 1985.  There has been a commercial every year EXCEPT 2005. The day after the superbowl, there is a victory parade in either Disneyland or Disneyworld. The location of the parade depends on the location of the superbowl (whichever is closest). 

Here’s a list of the celebrities by year who have experienced the thrill of victory and gone to Disney

  • 2017 Super Bowl 52 (James White, Patriots) click here for article
  • 2016 Super Bowl 51 (Peyton Manning, Broncos)
  • 2015 Super Bowl 50  (Julian Edelman, Malcolm Butler, Patriots)
  • 2014 Super Bowl 49 (Malcolm Smith, Seahawks)
  • 2013 Super Bowl 48 (Joe Flacco, Ravens)
  • 2012 Super Bowl 47 (Eli Manning, Giants)
  • 2011 Super Bowl 46 (Aaron Rodgers, Packers)
  • 2010 Super Bowl 45 (Drew Brees, Saints)
  • 2009 Super Bowl 44 (Santonio Holmes and Ben Roethlisberger, Steelers)
  • 2008 Super Bowl 43 (Eli Manning, Giants)
  • 2007 Super Bowl 42 (Tony Dungy and Dominic Rhodes, Colts)
  • 2006 Super Bowl 41 (Hines Ward & Jerome Bettis, Steelers)
  • 2004 Super Bowl 39 (Tom Brady, Patriots)
  • 2003 Super Bowl 38 (Jon Gruden & Brad Johnson, Buccaneers)
  • 2002 Super Bowl 36 (Tom Brady, Patriots)
  • 2001 Super Bowl 35 (Trent Dilfer, Ravens)
  • 2000 Super Bowl 34 (Kurt Warner, Rams)
  • 1999 Super Bowl 32 (Terrel Davis & John Elway, Broncos)
  • 1998 Super Bowl 32 (John Elway, Broncos)
  • 1997 Super Bowl 31 (Desmond Howard, Packers)
  • 1996 Super Bowl 30 (Emmit Smith, Cowboys)
  • 1995 Super Bowl 29 (Jerry Rice & Steve Young, 49ers)
  • 1994 Super Bowl 28 (Emmit Smith, Cowboys)
  • 1993 Super Bowl 27 (Troy Aikman, Cowboys)
  • 1992 Super Bowl 26 (Mark Rypien, Redskins)
  • 1991 Super Bowl 25 (Otis Anderson, Giants)
  • 1990 Super Bowl 24 (Joe Montana, 49ers)
  • 1989 Super Bowl 23 (Joe Montana, 49ers)
  • 1988 Super Bowl 22 (Doug Williams, Redskins)
  • 1987 Super Bowl 21 (Phil Simms, Giants)

Why nothing in 2005? Some people think the reason has something to do with this: 

Did you know that Justin Timberlake is returning to the 2018 halftime show? This time, supposedly there will be no Janet Jackson but that remains unseen. We hear Prince’s hologram may be making an appearance. 

If you choose to try and make the famous victory parade, it usually takes place just before the 3pm parade. Residents of the Super Bowl team’s winning state can get a special offer at a select Disney hotel, click here. 

If the Eagles win the Super Bowl, the parade will be in Orlando. 

If the Patriots win the Super Bowl, the parade will be in Orlando. 

Where are you going? I’m going to Orlando.