The line for Sorcerer Mickey was very long, but there was one line just starting so I walked behind the big map and was the third person inline. I still had a little while to wait, but eventually I saw this guy. By then Mickeys line was shorter, so I jumped in. Joe and Lesley called while I was in line. I was sort of hoping theyd catch on and jump in another line so I could get another signature by just passing the shirt on, but they were very happy to sit back & watch the crowds. I missed Mary Poppins freak out because a little garden snake got in the building. oh well. After I had a visit with Sorcerer Mickey (who showed me a great way to hold the shirt for signatures) we realized it was time to move on. Just as we were leaving our room that morning, Joe received a phone call. If you read my TR from last year, you might remember that a friend of Joes works for WDW and was able to line us up with VIP seats for Lights! Motors! Action!. Shed heard it was our 20th anniversary, and wanted to make is special. Shed put our names on a VIP list to the Indiana Jones stunt show. WAHOO! We headed over to the show. I have to say that this friend also put our names on the VIP list for LMA and Fantasmic, which wed really wanted to see. but we knew that we had late dinner ressies in France, and it was darn near impossible for us to make it back to see Fantasmic that night. We arrived at the Indiana Jones show, and had seats front and center in the theater. We were in the second row, and were right along side the little tech hub in the center of the stage/area. we had awesome seats!!! I love seeing this show and we had not seen it since our very first trip in 2007. The other wonderful tie in was that our first date was to see Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. So it had extra special meaning to us. The show was really fun, though Joe noticed one or two changes in the special effects, particularly in the plane scene, that changed since the last time. We thoroughly enjoyed the antics of the volunteers for the show, and had a great time. Did I mention what a lovely relief it was to not be in the sun. After the show we did a little bit of browsing and shopping in the outdoor shop, and then made our way to a much anticipated meal. You may have noticed that we are not generally big lunch eaters the counter service meal is usually just perfect for us. But today was the one day that we could work in an ADR that we were really looking forward to. We made our way down and checked in to the 50s Prime Time. Wow, this place is great! It was our first visit, and while the waiting area was quite crowded, I didnt mind much. I took it as a chance to wander and explore. I loved the old wall decorations, furniture, tvs and old clips. I especially loved this lamp! Joe noticed that the door handles on the old kitchen is the same as our kitchen now, and the cabinets looked just like the cabinets in his grandmothers kitchen. Finally we were seated we just loved checking out all of the props, the old tables and chairs (just like we had in my kitchen and my grandparents kitchens growing up). I splurged on a drink with a glow cube in it, and Joe and Lesley both ordered their sodas in special R2D2 soda steins. uh oh elbows on the table. better watch it, dont want to be told again LOL. We ordered our dinners and were taking photos with our phones when we were promptly told No toys at the dinner table. Put those away We had a fun server, who was just the right combo of being in character and being a generally fun woman who enjoyed her job. across from us were two booths with families from Im guessing England by their accents, which each had young children. Our server sat between the two tables and chatted up with the kids, giving them stickers and finding out how they were enjoying their trip. Finally lunch came. OH MY GOSH this food was a delicious as it looked! Pot roast for Lesley, and the combo plates for Joe and I. WOW. The fried chicken was soo awesome, as was the meatloaf and the pot roast. Finally a meal served with veggies, too. I secretly passed my greens to Joe he said they reminded them of a dish his grandmother used to make and he loved them. I personally prefer leafy greens to be fresh and crispy, not fried or mushy. That lunch was filling too. When it came time for dessert, I didnt want to go too nuts. Joe and Lesley both splurged on Dads Brownie Sundae. WOW, HUGE!!! I opted for a sundae. Our awesome server, whos name I wish I could remember, told me the choices were strawberry or caramel. I was torn, and could not decide, so I asked her to surprise me. She did she gave me a strawberry AND caramel sundae. Yummmmmm Hands down we LOVED this restaurant and would absolutely go back. The hardest choice would be what to choose, as the sampler proved all the dishes were excellent.