I chuckled when Pressler was defending DCA...I was impressed Pressler showed up for an interview--he had to know he'd be painted as the villain. Meanwhile Eisner comes off as a wise old sage looking back over his life.
I realize they don't fit the narrative being told (and Rohde, the star up of the show, has a bug up his butt about the one), but sad DisneyQuest was reduced to a visual footnote and Pleasure Island and Typhoon were excluded entirely. Unique first-of-their-kind experiences I'd love more backstory on. Maybe saving for a second season or spin-off.
I reject the premise that that's a mistake.Only just watched Ep 4. The series just gets more and more interesting, really loving it.
The tone of this episode seemed to suggest Disney has learned from it's mistakes, but that doesn't really line up with Bob Chapek still having a job/being in power...
She's been an MVP for most of this series, considering just how much she's been given a light of for her past endeavors with the family background.Kim Irvine is the absolute MVP of Episode 5.