Okay, this week I'm bringing you my plan, my idea for where in the wonderful world that is Disney World Hitchhiker's should go. I've studied the maps, I've looked for open spaces, I've thought about how it could all fit in. I've even come up with a solution. Where is it not going to go? Where Wonders of Life used to be in EPCOT. Sure, great space, but the wrong location, it doesn't fit with the rest of the EPCOT milieu.
Sunday, July 12:
8:00 - 9:00PM
Nature - “Arctic Bears.” I hope that they have armor and are helping out the Magistrate. Through extensive reading and film-watching I've learned that bears in the Arctic do as much. They also can speak and are really cool about people riding on their backs.
9:00 – 10:30PM
Masterpiece Mystery! – "Mrs. Marple, Series IV – Murder is Easy." Wow. I'm not sure I'd be advertising that fact. I mean, do the people in the know really want others to know how easy it is to commit murder? I don't see that as a message PBS wants to be putting out there. But, then again, they probably know what they're doing.
10:30 – 11:00PM
Ribbon of Sand. Things change. It's the way of the world. It just happens. Things change. Get used to it. In this documentary Meryl Streep tells us all about how things change off the coast of North Carolina, in North Carolina's Outer Banks, to be specific. The sand shifts, the beautiful islands that exist now may not exist in the future. Things change.
Monday, July 13:
8:00 - 9:00PM
Antiques Roadshow - “Philadelphia (Hour Two).” I am hoping someone brings in the Liberty Bell — that, or the Rocky Balboa statue. Seriously, how much fun would that be, watching the appraisers take a look at the Liberty Bell, see the huge crack in it and deem it worth about $100? Good times.
9:00 – 10:00PM
History Detectives. They’re back again! Those History Detectives are going to be puzzling out clues, working the scene of the crime, and hoping against hope to solve that greatest mystery of them all: how did FredFlintstone manage to run fast enough that his big, heavy car started to move? Seriously now, that ’s a question about history and one I feel ought to be answered sooner rather than later.