The name of that restaurant in Lost River Delta is Miguel's El Dorado Cantina. It's located beside Mystic Rhythms.
Originally Posted by JoeInJpn
"Miguel's El Dorado Cantina" in Lost River Delta. They are eating in the lower floor near the boarding area to the "DisneySea Transit Steamer Line". The restroom they use, however, is on the upper floor of the restaurant near the counter for ordering.
Thanks! Too bad the quality of the image on YouTube stinks, because then I'd ask what they are drinking with their plate of nachos. It looks like beer if you check out the original, hi-res version over at the main site.
Originally Posted by TDR_Fan
Listening to Disney music or actually going to a Disney park is a good way to cheer anybody up.
Not in all cases. I've been known to use "It's a Small World" as a mean of torture.
Just watched all these (that you've graciously subbed) again. So awesome. And such a shame that this kind of long-form emotional and personal advertising would utterly fail in the US. Eagerly awaiting the remaining eps!
Well, they had something close to it, but it lacked the ability to relate to the characters.
Remember the commercial for the Disney Cruise where the little girl was talking all about her trip to a random stranger and said how her little brother was their "suvineer?" How about the baby that was trying to learn how to walk so they could go to Disneyland and ended up taking her first steps AT Disneyland? The most recent one (and possibly last one ever made in that series) was the one where the kids couldn't go to sleep because they were going to WDW the next day only to close the commercial with the father saying the exact same thing.
Those commercials are in the same idea bubble as the TDS shorts films. The sad thing is, Domestic Disney didn't capitalize on this idea and pushed it the way TDS did. Instead, if they wanted to tell a story that "just so happened" to be in the park that still advertised rides and attractions, they looked at what popular sitcom they can get a bid out to. I don't remember any of those shows (Full House, Family Matters, Boy Meets World) ever having the same heart as these shorts have.
Oh, it's suitable for the forums. I'm just not going to meantion it for the sheer entertainment value it will instill. You know, cause I'm evil like that.
What parts were comical? It was the "white bread" comment, wasn't it?
Yeah that was quite good and them bumping into her boss who was making a complete fool of himself.Also the friend was funny getting all excited about watching all the new shows and buying all the merchadise.