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Modern Mouse Radio #109: What’s Next for the Muppets?

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Josh is joined by Jordan Duncan, a coordinator at the Museum of Puppetry Arts and a long time Muppets fan. They discuss the recent cancellation of The Muppets on television and ask, “What’s Next for the Muppets?” As Disney grows, it seems like every division continues to be a homerun. Marvel, Pixar, Star Wars, and so on, have all found their stride and are major successes for Disney, but The Muppets franchise continues to feel lost without knowing where to really go with it. Is it a nostalgia act? Can it be modern? Is it for adults? Is it for children? We try to answer all of these questions and more!

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Modern Mouse Radio #95: Nostalgia vs. The Future

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The 3rd and final time Josh is going solo in 2015. This week he brings up the idea of those who long for the past and those who look forward to the future and the rift between those two sides. There have always been those against change at the Disney parks but there are those who enjoy the new innovative ideas that come to the parks as well. Who is wrong? Nobody, but the complaints, criticisms come rolling out everyday.¬†Josh offers up his opinion on the matter as well as some in depth thoughts on Walt Disney World and Disneyland’s pasts and futures.

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