41 – Disneyland, Star Wars and Character New Year’s Resolutions

On this episode of everyone’s favorite Disneyland and Star Wars podcast Scott and Aaron talk about their goals for the show and things they hope to accomplish related to Disneyland and Star Wars. The Mouskateenager shares her thoughts and then the Bantha Boys spin the Disney Character wheel and come up with New Year’s Resolutions for random characters.

40 – A Very Merry Mando Christmas Episode and Highlights from our First Year

On this very merry Christmas episode of the best Disneyland and Star Wards podcast, Bobsleds and Banthas, Scott and Aaron talk about Christmas traditions, what the first year of podcasting has meant to them and get into all the craziness that was the Mandalorian Season 2 finale. Thank you for being a banthateer for listening and laughing with us in 2020.

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To say this duo was dynamic would be misnomer considering they never change.

Aaron Robbins

Aaron Absolute Humidity is a writer of regretful tales, professional markateer and amatuer waffle artist. He’s been the host of three previous Disneyland podcasts, likes talking and loves being listened to. While Aaron claims to have watched Star Wars Episode IV over 200 times, he still misquotes dialogue and believes the Clone Wars were about perfume. A little known fact about Aaron, he doesn't like when other hosts try to make their bio longer than his and has been known to add pointless sentences at the end of his own bio to make it appear longer. He thinks the best part of Star Tours has always been the queue.

Scott Storm

Scott Storm is a husband, dad, podcaster, and former Disney Royalty. He’s explored every inch of the Utilidors, took up residency in Cinderella’s Castle, and has slept overnight on Main Street, U.S.A.. He’s likely the only lawyer who’s ever studied for the Bar Exam on the back of a parade float and equally likely to have missed his true vocational calling as a game show host. He owns a mint Blue Snaggletooth and once shared an apartment with Darth Vader. Next to his wedding and the birth of his children, Scott’s happiest day on Earth was when Disney purchased Lucasfilm. He denies the existence of the Star Wars Special Editions.