Let It Blow Your MIND! During our April trip with my parents, I had Howard experience this attraction for the first time ever. I told him that it would blow his mind, but he wasn't sure if I was being serious or sarcastic. VIDEO: The Attraction That'll Blow Your Mind There really are no words for Captain EO! We did end up just missing the start of the previous show, but we were in no rush to go anywhere so we just decided to sit down against the wall and relax a bit. Can't you just feel the slightly outdated color scheme and design? I have to say though that it's really an awesome attraction, haha. I think it's much better than "Honey, I Shrunk the Audience." I just love how nonsensical the plot is and how serious Michael Jackson is when he's in a cast with the weirdest creatures ever! VIDEO: Waiting for Captain EO Time for the Pre-Show! I like all the background, behind-the-scenes footage that they showed. We were let into the theater, and I was so excited for all the special effects! I do yelp a bit when you feel the air that's supposed to be the whips around your legs. I also really love the fact that the entire theater bounces in tune to the song. After we saw this show for the first time together in April, we had to listen to it on YouTube once in a while because it was just so catchy! I highly recommend experiencing this if you haven't before even just for nostalgic reasons. After our own minds were blown, we walked around and saw a CM change the Wait Time for the Character Spot. Howard had thought about waiting in that line to get the autographs of the Fab 5 on a big white Vinylmation figurine, but the line was never short enough during our trip. We instead headed to Innoventions to check out the Sum of All Thrills! I got super excited that they had formulas written on the glass. It's kinda difficult to see, but there's the formula for the circumference of a circle = 2 x pi x radius (or it could just be pi x diameter). I try to get my students to memorize the formulas and NOT mix them up, but there are always a select few who choose not to take the time to memorize it even when there are the fun ways to review it like, "Cherry Pie's Delicious" (C = pi x diamenter) and "Apple pies are too" (A = pi x radius squared). Anyway, we were excited to get our ride on and not really worry about mathematical formulas, haha. I knew for sure that I did not want to do anything crazy, of course, so no flips or loops! There was a tiny bit of a wait but nothing like what we saw during our Christmas trip! Plus, you get to wait right next to the windows and watch other riders. It's crazy seeing how some people just have loop after loop as they get turned upside down! We were cut off from making it into the room to hear the pre-show spiel. The pre-show is hilarious if you haven't seen it before. The guy who looks a bit like Chandler from Friends has the creepiest eyebrows! They are just way too perfect and plucked. After you listen to the explanation, you are let into the Design lab, which you can see to the left of the room. You have a certain amount of time to design your ride and see if it'll work out. The faster you work, the faster you can go up to wait in line for one of the Kuka arms. We had a really fun ride even though we chose the bobsled (the calmest choice). It was still a thrill for me! I have to say that I get the slightest bit nervous about this ride because of the role it played in Kingdom Keepers though! Haha, even though it was in Disney Quest (from what I remember), it was still the same ride and someone bumped into the protagonists and switched their rider card! I hold on to that baby like there's no tomorrow! Don't want any Overtakers to give us a crazy ride where the emergency stop won't work! Haha, hope I didn't spoil it for anyone!