My family and I were at parks yesterday and had a great day. I was especially excited for our 2 year old to see RDCT because she's seriously obsessed with Tinkerbell and had never experienced DL fireworks. We staked out a pretty awesome spot in the street in front of the castle and waited for about 40 minutes for them to start. When they started my husband and I got ready to stand up because every other time we've watched them from this area everyone else stood up. When we noticed that no one else was standing we quickly sat down and apologized to everyone around us. I turned to the woman behind me and said "Sorry I thought everyone stood up for this show last time I saw it" to which she snottily replied "Well, then I guess you haven't seen it very much." Being a frequent visitor I was taken aback and sat up a little taller out of spite. (which was really silly because I'm 5'1'' and had no hope of blocking her view of anything much less fireworks that happen in the sky!) In truth I haven't seen RDCT in quite a while, not this year at all, but I still remember everyone standing as soon as they started. I even remember a CM telling me to stand when I had a "front row" seat once. And I thought the show wasn't as exciting while I was just sitting there. But then I thought am I hallucinating? Have people always remained seated during Remember? Say it aint so Micechat, say it aint so!