Talk show about american major sports including NFL, NBA, NHL and UFC.
Type: Talk Show
Runtime: 90 minutes
Trash Talk - Push the Talking Trash Can - Netflix
Push the Talking Trash Can is a radio-controlled robot which makes daily rounds throughout Tomorrowland at Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park, Hong Kong Disneyland park, Disneyland Paris, Tokyo Disneyland in Japan and formerly the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World. PUSH was created by Daniel Deutsch, and entertained guests at the Magic Kingdom from February 1995-February 2014, and at one point was the focus of a grass roots effort to elect him as “Mayor of Tomorrowland”. PUSH's Registered Trademark was originally applied for in 1996, then was renewed by Deutsch's company “Real Simple Ideas, LLC.” On February 10, 2014, despite a social media campaign particularly on Twitter using the hashtag “#savePUSH”, Push the Talking Trash Can was retired at Walt Disney World.
Trash Talk - Similar robots - Netflix
A recycling bin version of Push (named Pipa) can be found at Disney's Animal Kingdom in the Rafiki's Planet Watch area. Pipa means “container” in Swahili, fitting the Animal Kingdom theme. The bin’s regular steel liner hides the radio control system and plastic trash bag should a guest peer inside. Since 1958 the Dutch theme park De Efteling in Kaatsheuvel has similar recycling bins named and designed after the fairy tale character of Hollow Bulging Gijs (Holle Bolle Gijs), a young boy that always shouts for 'more food', and sucks up garbage thrown into his mouth. There is also Wes Palm a talking Palm Tree, located at the front entrance to Disney's Animal Kingdom.
Trash Talk - References - Netflix