Just watch Disney Cruise Line:Behind the Scenes

Discussion in 'Disney Cruise Line Forum' started by acamechis, May 3, 2013.

  1. mcd2745

    mcd2745 These Mickey pretzels are making me thirsty!

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    I had DVR'd it and finally got around to watching it last night. After being on these boards a while now, the one thing that stuck out to me was that every time they showed people in the MDRs, almost everyone was wearing shorts :p .
     
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  3. aprilchem

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    Bummer. I don't think it's the same one on iTunes, and we don't have cable TV. Hopefully it'll come to Hulu or something!
     
  4. sunshine1259

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    It seems you and I travel in the same crowd. We also did the 2-day out of Los Angeles and the Pixar cruise last year.

    We did the 2-day as a way to convince my mom that she would like cruising and would not have to drink all of the water in the ocean. Well, she decided that cruising was indeed quite fun and agreed to join us in October last year on the Fantasy. Now, why is it that not only did our direct flight become a one stop flight (overcast problem) but we were also on the infamous Sandy Cruise as well? My mom was terrified of flying and just cringed knowing we would have to land and take off again.

    However, after her experience with Sandy, flying is no longer an issue:).

    Anyway, disneydeb64, a 2-day cruise is a great way to discover cruising. Oh, and by the way, we will be on the May 2014 2-day cruise as well. Look forward to seeing you there.
     
  5. DisneyNurse19

    DisneyNurse19 Mouseketeer

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    Oooh yes please someone, i would really like to see it :thumbsup2
     
  6. swooshbear

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    This show seems to be an updated version of the 2010 show that can be found on Netflix. Some of the footage seems to be the same - how they designed the ships, built the two halves in two shipyards and brought them to together. But there is lots of new footage with the new ships.
     

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