View Poll Results: Where should the next E Ticket go?

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  • Magic Kingdom

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  • Disney MGM

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  • Animal Kingdom

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    What's next for WDW

    So now that Expedition Everest is open, what do you think Disney needs to focus on next?

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    Re: What's next for WDW

    I think for Magic Kingdom's anniversary there should be a new E Ticket ride, a new parade and a new show.

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    Re: What's next for WDW

    MK.

    Definitely and unequivocally.

    Although I've been told by folks at WDI they are seriously looking at major attractions for (in order) Epcot (yes, again) and DAK.

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    Re: What's next for WDW

    Quote Originally Posted by CaliforniaAdventurer
    I think for Magic Kingdom's anniversary there should be a new E Ticket ride, a new parade and a new show.
    I agree, but more than just an E-Ticket and new parades and shows... they need a totally new Fantasyland and Tomorrowland makeovers... Not to mention a good scrubbing with lysol and bleach in virtually every area of the park...from bathrooms to sidewalks to benches to ... well *everywhere*.

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    Re: What's next for WDW

    When are they getting a Space Mountain remodel?

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    Re: What's next for WDW

    I voted for DMGM, but I would say it's a toss-up between that and DMGM (for different reasons). I think the next park that gets an e-ticket should be the one that most needs it. And attendance numbers would show that DMGM is the lowest of the 3 (I'm not counting AK because we don't know how EE will affect its numbers). However, I'm also thinking it might be Epcot because of its 25th anniversary. AK doesn't need one for a few years & MK doesn't need one (imo) as it's the AFV of Disney themeparks (been around for a long time, yet still has fantastic numbers).
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    Re: What's next for WDW

    Quote Originally Posted by TDLFAN
    I agree, but more than just an E-Ticket and new parades and shows... they need a totally new Fantasyland and Tomorrowland makeovers... Not to mention a good scrubbing with lysol and bleach in virtually every area of the park...from bathrooms to sidewalks to benches to ... well *everywhere*.
    I think I've just seen an all-new reality TV show. TDLFAN and those old British broads from 'How Clean is Your House?' starring in 'How Dirty is Your Theme Park?' ... on Lifetime.

    I want to direct.

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    Re: What's next for WDW

    Quote Originally Posted by CaliforniaAdventurer
    When are they getting a Space Mountain remodel?
    There are plenty of rumors floating around, but nothing has been decided.

    But it has to be done sooner than later and with John Lasseter soon to be watching over WDI projects, there 'might' just be reason for optimism.

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    Re: What's next for WDW

    Quote Originally Posted by TDLFAN
    I agree, but more than just an E-Ticket and new parades and shows... they need a totally new Fantasyland and Tomorrowland makeovers... Not to mention a good scrubbing with lysol and bleach in virtually every area of the park...from bathrooms to sidewalks to benches to ... well *everywhere*.
    I would be happy with just the cleaning and no makeovers!

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    Re: What's next for WDW

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    Re: What's next for WDW

    MK or MGM. I'll get to this in the TR.

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    Re: What's next for WDW

    I voted mgm. Yeah MK needs a good scrubbin', but it has plenty of rides for now. Epcot is big enough. I've been there a number of times and still haven't done/seen everything. Animal Kingdom obviously just got Everest. At MGM, I just think there needs to be a major new ride (not show, but an actuall ride) on the opposite side of the park from Sunset Blvd, to try and suck out some of the crowds lingering down by the Tower and such. Oooo! Maybe the new rumored-for-years star tours!

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    Re: What's next for WDW

    I think that a new parade at MK and maybe a new show in toon land would be good. What they need to do is to up date tomorrowlands rides and put a ride in Fantasyland that is like mister todes wild ride. They also should look at what is working good as a selling point in FS.The FS prices maybe to much or to less for the cosumers. They should also have a refill price for the mugs people get.

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    Re: What's next for WDW

    Well is MK really that bad? I hear a lot from both sides, but I've never been. And if they add something to MK, what anniversary? The 35th is in October, and the 40th is in 2011? Couldn't they clean it up for not just a milestone but for everyday, because it is special occassion for many people to be at the park.

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    Re: What's next for WDW

    Quote Originally Posted by WDW1974
    I think I've just seen an all-new reality TV show. TDLFAN and those old British broads from 'How Clean is Your House?' starring in 'How Dirty is Your Theme Park?' ... on Lifetime.

    I want to direct.
    :: dies laughing ::

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