Eric returns for his first episode of 2019. We talk about the early celebrity deaths the year has had so far, and changes we’d like to make for the new year. Chris opens up about his rediscovery of his favorite band, Oasis. Tina tells all about the Teen Titans Go! figures she ordered from Wish and her new-found hobby, Pokemon Go! Tina is doing all the Go! stuff.
From smurfs.fandom.com : In 1984, Carowinds added Smurf Island, which was a children’s play area located on the 1.3-acre (5,300 m2) island surrounded by the Carolina Sternwheeler. Access to Smurf Island was gained in one of two ways – across the Carolina Sternwheeler and a ramp built on the island side of the boat, or on diesel-powered “Smurf Boats” launched from the area beside Harmony Hall. Children could enjoy two ball crawls and a climbing area complete with ropes, cargo nets, wood platforms, a rope tunnel and a 60-foot (18 m) tubular slide. Smurf characters roamed the island and led guests to the hidden Smurf village with four Smurf houses that children could enter. Smurf Island was eventually closed, and later demolished to make space for the BORG Assimilator, a Star Trek themed flying roller coaster.
The character of Super Dave Osborne was part of the Canadian sketch comedy show Bizarre from 1980-1985, and the Canadian variety show Super Dave from 1987-1991. (Source)