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Podcast: The Ride

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Description

A show about theme parks hosted by three childless men in their thirties. Strap in as Mike Carlson, Jason Sheridan and Scott Gairdner share the WAY-too-many things they know about Disney, Universal, and beyond.

Customer Reviews

One of the best

The guys and their humor are great - this has quickly become one of my go-to podcasts. Also the subject matter is interesting - I never thought I cared about theme parks, but it turns out I really do..

My husband made me do this

My husband loves the show but already wrote a review so he’s making me write one. From all I hear from him about the show, it sounds good. He adamantly insists they do good research and always check their facts. That was something he harps on all the time and stressed that I added it to my review. Apparently, if you like theme parks and some hosts who make you feel like they’re your friends, this is the podcast for you. Also, I’m suppose to say that i would have a cravat for my cartoon character? Something about a Hanna Barbara episode requirement? I don’t know. Subscribe and listen so my husband will leave me alone about this podcast.

My kind of theme park podcast

I started listening from the beginning and had to write a review after the Mickey and Friends Parking Garage episode because any podcast that discusses the intricate web of transportation infrastructure of theme parks is quality content. (Almost as good as the discussion of Tomorrowland’s municipal building names.)