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Saturday, October 29, 2011

Disney References (And Fans) Are Everywhere

I don't know if you ever watch financial advisor Suze Orman on CNBC. If you do (or if you have seen Kristen Wiig's impersonation on Saturday Night Live)) then you know that she not only gives good financial advice but she's also quite a character. On tonight's Halloween-themed installment of The Suze Orman Show, her "Financial Fright Night" show, a major fan of Disney's Herbie from The Love Bug (1969), called into the show for the "Can I Afford It?" segment to see if had enough money to throw a $4000 Herbie-themed Halloween party. (Suze thought he could not afford the party and he was "Denied.") Just goes to show there are Disney references—and Disney fans of one kind or another—everywhere.

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