El Pasoan’s Disney Light Show Featured on ‘Some Good News’
If you've read some of my previous articles, then you already know my love for Disney. You may also know how much I'm a fan of local man Rick Car's awesome light shows! Rick Car is notoriously known for putting his projector to good use. If you remember, I was super bummed last year when I missed his "Haunted Mansion" light show for Halloween. This past Christmas season he debuted a "Happily Ever After" Christmas light show and invited the community to enjoy it. To top it off, he celebrated Mother's Day by creating a drive-in theater for his family to enjoy.
Now, I'm not the only one who is happy to share Rick's work with the world because he has now been featured on John Krasinski's "Some Good News" web series! "Some Good News" is a series created and hosted by actor and filmmaker John Krasinski. The show, which is hosted on YouTube, is "a news show dedicated entirely to good news" with Krasinski operating inside his home during the COVID-19 pandemic. This past Sunday, "Some Good News" aired their "Community Episode" as their season finale. Krasinski threw it to "Some Good News: Saigon" who mentioned Rick's "Fantasmic" show!
If you haven't checked out "Some Good News" you can find all the episodes streaming now on YouTube. He has great interview with tons of celebrities and even a very heart-warming wedding episode that features all our favorites from "The Office"! You can also check all of Rick's epic light shows on his YouTube page by clicking here, and you can see more on his official show page: Rae Of Light.