Plumbing the Depths of Gonzo's ... Plumbing

Of late, Disney's Hollywood Studios is getting a bad rap. First, DHS enthusiasts were forced to weather the closing of of Streets of America (and with it -- gasp -- The Osborne Family Spectacle of Dancing Lights -- ed), Lights, Motors, Action!, Writer's Stop (that carrot cake cookie!) -- pretty much the entire backlot. Next, we're struggling with making DHS a wholly-fun experience while dealing with a decidedly not-whole park. And, let's not even mention that DHS lost some really memorable loos in the recent demolition. What's left for the Hollywood Studios enthusiast while (im)patiently waiting for Star Wars and Toy Story Lands' completion? What can the die-hard DHS fan enjoy when all he/s

Announcing the WDW Loo Review Inaugural Bladder Buster Awards

Wow, what a year, right? Listen, we know 2016 was rough on everyone. We'll be happy to wave bye-bye to it here at the blog as well. That said, 2016 marked WDW Loo Review's first year in existence. With the help of an energized fan base (yes, silly -- we mean you!), our blog saw tons of traffic and we've scored over 9000 Facebook likes in less than a year! Given none of us here at the home office ever thought we'd get 100 followers, we're simply floored. Thank you! To show our thanks, we're hosting the Inaugural Bladder Buster Awards! We're hoping to turn this into an annual tradition, and with your help, we think we can! Vote for your favorite WDW loo in several different categories (

We're Really Bad Eggs ....

We're back in Magic Kingdom's Adventureland this week for another loo review, folks; though, this time, it's a nighttime review! You may recall a prior visit to Adventureland took us to Tortuga Tavern's well-themed and less-traveled loo (check it out here if you haven't yet read that review -- it's one of our favorites). You may also recall we've done a nighttime review before as well -- that one of the Aunty Gravity's Loo in Tomorrowland (if you haven't, be sure to read that one as well: clicky-clicky). All that said, we've never before visited Adventureland at night ... but, we are this week! All of the parks at night are a different experience when compared to their daytime versions,