Originally Posted by MelonballerI'm just glad this did not happen under Eisner's reign. I can see it now, the boys are escorted to his office, where they are hired/promoted to the heads of toll collecting. They would become permanent fixtures on the bridge, excpet they would now charge $5 a person to cross. They would also have Bill Goats Gruff costumes and be touted as the newest attraction at California Adventure. "From the Brilliant Minds that brought you Superstar Limo and the Maliboomer. Come see the newest attraction at Disney's California Adventure... The Three Billy Goats Gruff. Watch the magic as they live up to their fairy tale legends and demand money to allow you to cross a bridge. Delight as they knock non-paying cheapskates over the side of the bridge. Now doing daily appearances on the rope bridge on the Redwood Challenge Trail in Disney's California Adventure."
Classic and I could have totally seen it happen in the dark days of Eisner.