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    Re: Wild Bill's Dinner Theater CLOSED?!

    I am STARVING and I know have visions of Mrs. Knott's Chicken and Po'Folks breakfast foods!! Curses!!

    I've never done either dinner show either, but I think my boys would dig the Pirates one!
    http://www.piratesdinneradventure.com/cali_media.htm
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    Re: Wild Bill's Dinner Theater CLOSED?!

    Quote Originally Posted by DifrntDrmr
    Blasphemy!
    Hey, I can't help it if it's true....LOL...
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    Re: Wild Bill's Dinner Theater CLOSED?!

    Quote Originally Posted by Demigod
    Hey Goonie, Po'Folks actually has better chicken than Knott's, is just down the road from there, and it's cheaper! LOL!!!
    Yeah, but it's not Mrs Knotts!!!
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    Re: Wild Bill's Dinner Theater CLOSED?!

    Mmmmmmmmmmmm Mrs. Knott's. Mmmmmmmmm boysenberry.
    All I have to say to Kyler is "Mrs. Knott's" and he gets this huge "I want me some fried chicken" toothless grin



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    Re: Wild Bill's Dinner Theater CLOSED?!

    Quote Originally Posted by Kevy Baby
    Yeah, but it's not Mrs Knotts!!!
    Soooooo?

    Sorry. I still think Po'Folks is better... Not saying Knott's isn't good....
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    Re: Wild Bill's Dinner Theater CLOSED?!

    Quote Originally Posted by Demigod
    Hey Goonie, Po'Folks actually has better chicken than Knott's, is just down the road from there, and it's cheaper! LOL!!!
    Me and my two friends went to PO'Folks a couple years ago and they got some serious ahem "pooping" problems from it.But I still like it and Wild Bills to.many memories
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    Re: Wild Bill's Dinner Theater CLOSED?!

    I haven't had KNOTT's chicken and been to WB in years. I should go eat the chicken sometime. Too bad about WB. But now I'm excited for the Pirates Dinner. I think there's one in or near Orlando, FL.

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    Re: Wild Bill's Dinner Theater CLOSED?!

    Incase anyone is still interested about the "Pirates Dinner Adventure" opening up in Buena Park you can visit their website at www.piratesdinneradventure.com to find out more about it. Their is even a video clip you can watch. Enjoy... :-)

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    Re: Wild Bill's Dinner Theater CLOSED?!

    The only good thing I can say about Wild Bills was the Whip Girl, she was hot. The rest of the show and the food was not nothing to write home about.

    Mr's Knott's Chicken Dinner Restaurant has gone down hill since I worked there in the early 80's. It is now way over priced and the chicken just does not taste the same since they went to a conveyer belt fryer years ago. When they had the old hand basket fryers the fry cook made all the difference in the taste of the chicken. Now it is just a few long conveyer timed fryers which has no way of knowing if a piece of chicken is done or not (no universal sized pieces of chicken).

    For a better value and eat all the chicken you want got to the Sunday brunch.

    The Pirates Dinner show looks interesting, has anyone been to the Orlando location? With the advertising of most interactive show, this could be a fun date outing.

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    Re: Wild Bill's Dinner Theater CLOSED?!

    Did you see the prices? 48.00 for an adult, and 31 for a child. Lets see....a family of four would be around $170 or so with tax? Thats insane.
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    Re: Wild Bill's Dinner Theater CLOSED?!

    ^ That is about what Medieval Times charges...

    Heck, people pay $56 for some dessert and a reserved seat to see Fantasmic!, and that is after they paid to get in.....

    $50 for a dinner and a show... not bad.
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    Re: Wild Bill's Dinner Theater CLOSED?!

    Quote Originally Posted by Darkbeer
    $50 for a dinner and a show... not bad.
    If the show is good.

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    Re: Wild Bill's Dinner Theater CLOSED?!

    Quote Originally Posted by Justlittleoldme
    Did you see the prices? 48.00 for an adult, and 31 for a child. Lets see....a family of four would be around $170 or so with tax? Thats insane.
    $26 will feed a family of four at Po'Folks (the take home chicken picnic), and I still think it's better.
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    Re: Wild Bill's Dinner Theater CLOSED?!

    Looks like the company who took over are not worried about redoing the facade of the building. They have taken out the cowboy and have now added a pirates face to the building and a pirate flag. Looks rather cheesy to see an old west themed building with a pirate head on it. But then again it is still early and I hope they surprise me before they open.

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