- Jul 5, 2005
-Best/Worst Places to eat on the dining plan
Best and Worst Area/Resort Music.
Best and Worst Immersive Area or Ride
Best and Worst Use/Waste of Space at the Parks.
Best and Worst rides that will last the rest of time. If you had to pick ONE attraction from each park to live on forever and ONE to get rid of.
I have a few suggestions for shows they hopefully have not done:
Those are a few of my ideas
- Ride Que areas?
- Extra paid tours( i.e. Behind the Seeds, keys to the Kingdom)
- Restaurants for 1st timers
- Things you must do each time you visit
- Favorite areas of the park (i.e. the light up pavement at Epcot, Spacheship Earth at night
- Souvenirs to get for each trip
I don’t think they should get rid of the “Sucks, Doesn’t Sucks” format completely but just make it a segment in the regular Dis shows instead of a whole showI would be happy if they got rid of the “sucks or doesn’t suck” format. It doesn’t really contribute anything to an otherwise enjoyable show except make it sound juvenile. To say something doesn’t suck isn’t really a compliment. It’s like saying everything in Walt Disney Word is either average or bad, when in reality most of it is pretty great.
I don’t think the show should go away, I enjoy the analysis of whatever they are reviewing. I just think that it should stick to the best and worst terminology.I don’t think they should get rid of the “Sucks, Doesn’t Sucks” format completely but just make it a segment in the regular Dis shows instead of a whole show
Awesome suggestion. I second this....Best and worst individual moments in attractions. Should be pretty specific
One of my favorite moments is the Splash mountain drop into the dark laughing place.
Worst for me: chili dog in Stich, Super stretch in rock n roller coaster pre show. Etc
Looking for specific moments in attractions.
Best and Worst Desserts (or Hot Fudge Sundaes would be my personal fave), although sugar free or NSA would be more what I SHOULD have - that would make for a (IMHO) different and informative show, and even though Pete is keto now, would have been right up his alley in the past!
I really like that!!Since I have had really GOOD and really BAD experiences with Management at different hotels in response to a problem, How about Best and Worst resort response to a problem. For myself, this best and worst question came to me when thinking about Wilderness Lodge. I love the resort, it's beautiful, but the management stinks. During our stay all the elevators were down and we were checking out. We never found out until we saw the sign on the elevator. We were lugging our big bags down the stairs and several employees passed us without a word. Another time I requested a woods view and was given a parking lot view and told because there were trees in the walkway it was considered a woods view. I asked for a different room and was said there wasn't any other rooms available. Once I had to stay for one night, not my choice, I was given a room with a view of many roofs, which there were used personal items that someone threw out there window, I guess, I reported it, but nothing was done about it. Like I said, I love the lobby, the hotel is beautiful and I love the boat to MK, but the Management just seems like they don't care. I wouldn't stay there again. Also, that pool is way too small for so many guest. They should make it bigger or add a second one.
I don’t think they should get rid of the “Sucks, Doesn’t Sucks” format completely but just make it a segment in the regular Dis shows instead of a whole show