Walt Disney Imagineering is made up of some of the most clever people around, so it’ll come as no surprise to hear that many of the gags hidden in Disney Parks are also the work of the Imagineers.
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Many jokes, gags, and references are made especially to cater to the adults and parents bringing the kids to Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resort. And apparently, things are no different over in Mickey’s Toontown, a heavily themed area in Disneyland Park.
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Mickey’s Toontown recently underwent a massive refurbishment, making the themed land more accessible and more toonish than ever before. In Mickey’s Toontown, Guests can enjoy attractions such as Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway, Roger Rabbit’s Car Toon Spin, CenTOONial Park, and more.
Guests can also meet Mickey Mouse at his house and explore Minnie Mouse’s house, Donald’s Duck Pond, and Goofy’s How-To-Play Yard.
One Guest recently posted a video of Goofy’s house, and the audience spotted something familiar hanging up on the wall.
Can you spot the A Goofy Movie and Goof Troop easter eggs in Goofy’s house? Max has the best Disney dad. #Powerline #Toontown #agoofymovie #disney100 #disneyparks #fyp #nineties #ninetiesbabies #disneychannel #gooftroop #themeparks
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This video shows all of the neat Easter Eggs hidden in Goofy’s house, but it can’t be denied that the poster looks a little familiar.
One TikTok user writes, “They ain’t slick, that’s the stepbrothers poster.”
Another writes, “Not Disney using max and goofy to recreate the step brothers poster.”
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Sure enough, there’s a resemblance between this father and son portrait and the poster for the R-Rated film, Stepbrothers (2008).
While it’s definitely a silly gag that would make most of us chuckle, it’s still a reference you wouldn’t expect a Disneyland Resort theme park to make!