"Bad show" at WDW?

While waiting in line to ride Mission: Space last month, I looked up and saw what appeared to be some kind of VIP lounge on the second floor of the pavilion, with a TV turned to the Today show in full view.

This, IMO, is “bad show.” If your attraction is trying to convince me that I’ve stepped into the year 2035 and I’m training for a mission to Mars, I shouldn’t be able to see an interview with Savannah Guthrie on a nearby screen (unless she’s been aged about 20 years).

Anyone else experience other examples of “bad show” at WDW?

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Not that I can think of. Your story reminds me of a documentary I saw on the building of WDW. Walt didn’t like seeing a CM dressed as a cowboy walking through Tomorrowland at DLR because it ruined the impression that you were in a different world in Tomorrowland. That’s why he wanted tunnels at WDW so that the CMs could traverse the park unseen. Based on your story, Walt would be disappointed.

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