10 Sitcoms That Traveled to Disneyland or The Magic Kingdom For a Very Special Episode
Some mashups are almost too good to be true, like when our favorite sitcoms pack up and film an episode at Disney. There’s something about seeing the people we let into our homes every week take over the Happiest Place on Earth that’s just totally captivating. It also doesn’t hurt that they are usually staying in some of the nicest hotels and get the VIP treatment, giving us a close-up look at parts of Disney World and Disneyland we don’t always get to see.
These 10 sitcom episodes range from ’90s classics like Blossom and Step by Step to modern favorites like Black-ish and The Goldbergs, and you can still watch every single one of them online. Click through to see how your favorite TV families do Disney.
This 1993 episode of the hit sitcom Blossom finds the entire cast spending a day at Disneyland after dad Nick gets a job there as an Elvis performer. The day is going great for everyone (except Joey who wants to meet a girl, but spends most of his day with a nun) until Blossom and Six go for a ride in the Sky Buckets, and Blossom spots her boyfriend Vinnie kissing another girl. Of course, you hope for them to make up, but what’s most exciting about this episode is getting to see Disneyland as it was in the early ’90s.
Watch Blossom‘s Disneyland episode on Amazon.
Step by Step
This one is another two-parter, because, let’s face it, it’s hard to cram an entire Disney World trip into a 23-minute television episode. Grandma comes to town to announce she is giving everyone their inheritance early in the form of a trip to Orlando. The kids’ individual adventures seem to keep the family from spending any actual time together on their family vacation, but it pays off for us because we get to see so much of Disney World, including the now-defunct Pleasure Island.
Watch Step by Step‘s Disney World episodes on Amazon.
Boy Meets World
Most “Disney episodes” require a convoluted series of events to get the main characters to the parks. For Boy Meets World, that included an essay contest that landed Corey’s current crush Kristin, his ex-girlfriend Topanga, and school heartthrob Ronnie at Walt Disney World. Corey and best friend Shawn, unbeknownst to their families, follow the group to Florida to ensure Ronnie and Topanga don’t get too close at the Most Magical Place on Earth.
Watch Boy Meets World‘s Disney World episodes on Amazon or Disney+.
Sabrina the Teenage Witch
Sabrina’s dream vacation comes about when another witch puts the principal under a spell, leading him to announce the whole class is going on a trip to Disney World! What makes this particular trip unique is we finally get to see the Animal Kingdom, though they for some reason begin their trip at the front gates of the park where they then receive their hotel room assignments. There’s plenty of non-Disney magic in this episode, like when Sabrina’s friends turn into zebras and her aunts conjure a caveman.
Watch Sabrina the Teenage Witch‘s Disney World episode on Hulu or Amazon.
When the Johnson family decides to visit Disney World, dad Dre springs for the full VIP treatment with the hopes of giving his children the Disney trip he dreamt of as a kid. They stay at Animal Kingdom Lodge and have their very own VIP tour guide to usher them to the front of every line. Sounds like our kind of Disney trip.
Watch Black-ish‘s Disney World episode on YouTube or Hulu.
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