I went to my own Grad Nite back in 95, and I worked probably five or six grad nights in the late 90's. It was strange, some nights the kids would be just fine and seemed like they were there just to have fun, and other nights it seemed like all of the kids were there trying to figure out what they had to do to get thrown out of the park. Back then the chaperones all hung out at the Plaza Inn all night and didn't go on the rides, and we as cast members were told that city hall was closed and no one could file a complaint against us, so we were free to do whatever we had to in order to survive the night. I generally tried to have fun with the grads. Most of them would come up to my churro or popcorn wagon and try and get free stuff, and I'd tell them that if they could come up with a really good reason why I should give them something free, I would. If they didn't have a good story (I remember one kid coming up to me telling me that he bought a churro from someone else and a bird swooped down out of the air and snatched the churro right out of his hand, and he wanted another one, and I told him it was 3:00AM and there were no birds out at night)I would tell them to wait 10 minutes and then come back later on with a better story.