So, the Hitchhiker's ride doesn't fit in England in EPCOT (I'm thinking there's not space) and while it might work where Star Tours is, but let's face it, they're not pulling Star Tours (and probably shouldn't). Could it fit where that amphitheatre is between Buzz Lightyear and Carousel of Progress in Magic Kingdom? Maybe, maybe.
Sunday, July 19:
8:00 - 9:00PM
Nature – "Superfish.” I imagine a superfish to be able to walk on land like a man, fly through the air like a bird, and stomp through the mountains like a Sasquatch. Apparently I'm wrong. Superfish are closer to marlins, sailfish, spearfish, and swordfish. Wow, what a letdown.
9:00 – 10:30PM
Masterpiece Mystery! – "Mrs. Marple, Series IV – They do it with Mirrors." Yikes. Can you imagine Miss Marple having a mirror over her bed? I know that may not be what they're talking about here, but it sounds awfully, awfully fish to me. Come on, doesn't it?
10:30 – 11:00PM
Nova - "Anatomy of a Hurricane." How exactly is a hurricane constructed? What exactly is one made of? Oh! I know! The National Hurricane Center in Miami, Florida can tell us. They can! They can! They did! They did! This is, after all, a repeat; it originally aired back in 2006 and was filmed two years before that.
Monday, July 20:
8:00 - 9:00PM
Antiques Roadshow - “Philadelphia (Hour Three).” 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 Fred Flintstone 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.