The stellar parents were out last night. Saw mom, dad, son and daughter and the poor daughter was absolutely, utterly freaking out. Apparently they had made it through the line to the entrance of one of the soundstage houses and she flipped. It wasn't that minor "I'm just kinda scared" crying but full throttle "I'm terrified and need to get out here" freaking. They were trying to pressure her to go in...uh, duh! If she's scared just by looking in the door, how is she going to react when she's in the darkness with scareactors jumping out at her? And if they have to stop and remove her, it spoils things for everyone else around their family. Why do people have to try to force their kids? I know they paid the money, but maybe they should have used a little common sense. And if their child is freaking out, a good parent just "eats" the money and doesn't try to guilt or force the kid into going along. Heck, I was immune to almost any kind of scary stuff from toddler age on due to my family's penchant for Halloween, horror movies, etc. but even I had a meltdown once. They took me to the Chamber of Horrors at the Old Town wax museum, and for some reason I had a total meltdown. Granted, I was maybe only 4 but I still don't know why it scared me since I generally loved scary stuff. Thankfully my family just removed me and didn't try to force me through...I guarantee there was nothing they could have said to calm me down. I saw a couple people with babies in strollers heading to the soundstage houses too. I can only hope they were going to do child swap.