It would seem this show plays on the ending narration of the Pan '04 movie, which finished up with something like "that was last time I ever saw Peter again, except for one other time, but that's another story for later..." I don't know if this is quite the way to continue that or not, but it sounds like it connects things pretty well. I imagine the audience participation moment is the same thing as "I believe in fairies." I find it kind of odd that Hook doesn't grow up either in Neverland, but maybe if I knew the story that would make more sense.
Continuing with this week's MiceChat theme of complaining about how characters look in relation to their on-screen persona, I guess they couldn't find a fit teenager to run around with his shirt off for this show, huh?
I've already aired my opinions on that in several threads. Al was just on a tripping and gushing about how LA is such a great place with such beautiful people. Whatever. I'd still hate to ever have to live there again. Aside from Disneyland the whole valley is one my least favorite places in the nation, and the snob approach that's prevalent there and in Marin County make me glad to be out of California at last.
Pesonally, I think a lot of face characters at WDW do a lot more events and such than the DLR ones. Most the character meals at DL are fuzzies.
But he did bring up some good points. They may not be an opinion shared by many but some of his observations match what I have been seeing as well.... As for CA, just the cost of housing alone would drive me out.