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VIDEO: Turtle Talk With Crush Brings Laughs With a ‘Karen’ Impersonation

Turtle Talk With Crush is a favorite experience at The Seas With Nemo and Friends in EPCOT, especially for Guests visiting Walt Disney World with kids and families. The show offers Guests a totally interactive experience where they are able to speak one-on-one with the loveable turtle from Finding Nemo (2003).

And, while this type of attraction is perhaps geared toward younger Guests, this video by @_disney._stuff_ proves the Turtle Talk With Crush can indeed provide laughs for all ages:

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During this showing of Turtle Talk with Crush, kids in the audience help Crush to understand that he’s wearing sunglasses like a human, which prompts the turtle to impersonate all kinds of human behavior.

From cracking jokes about “reaching out about your car’s extended warranty,” to asking to speak to a manager like a “Karen,” the show was full of laughs from both kids and adults.

Don’t miss Turtle Talk with Crush during your next Walt Disney World vacation. The show can be found at The Seas With Nemo and Friends in EPCOT, nearby the ride with the same name, as well as two floors of exhibits showcasing all kinds of marine life. In the pavilion, Guests can spot everything from seahorses to manatees, and there is even a Finding Nemo-inspired photo op featuring Bruce the shark.

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If you enjoy Turtle Talk with Crush, be sure to check out Monsters Inc. Laugh Floor in the Magic Kingdom. While the plot of this show is entirely different, it uses similar technology to create an interactive experience for Guests that is sure to have the whole family laughing at this Disney Park.

Looking for more Nemo at Walt Disney World? Finding Nemo: The Big Blue…and Beyond opens later this month at Disney’s Animal Kingdom! The newly updated version of the previous theme park musical will take place in the setting of Finding Dory (2016). We can’t wait to see it!

Check times for both of these family-friendly attractions, and plan your upcoming Walt Disney World vacation on the go by using the My Disney Experience app, or plan your visit from home at DisneyWorld.com.

About Brittany DiCologero

Brittany is a New England-based writer focused on the history of the Walt Disney World Resort. She is the author of "Red, White, and Disney: The Myths and Reality of American History at the Walt Disney World Resort," and "Brittany Earns Her Ears."