Dude, I ain't tryin' to be sexist. Maybe there could be a few Mickey traces in the kitchen, too. I'm thinking maybe hanging on a hanger near the kitchen door could be a chef's hat and apron, with the apron monogrammed "Chef Mickey". And BDF, you forgot about The Voyages of the Little Mermaid, a dark ride I mentioned in the post where I described Mr. Toad.
Now, here are some more ideas!
Frontier Country will recieve The Country Bear Jamboree, that classic show from WDW. (Don't worry, fans. The show will still be playing at WDW and TDL).
World of Tomorrow will get two new additions. One being Finding Nemo--The Musical, which will be performed on a waterfront theater. And during the finale (a reprise of "In the Big Blue World"), a dramatic "water parade" will commence on the lake behind the stage.
And a new dark ride will appear on the WoT scene, that being the Monsters Inc. Factory Tour, a wild and wacky ride through Monstropolis, originally thought up by Ricky Brigante. To learn more, check out this site:
To celebrate the country that Main Street represents, The American Adventure will be showcased in the Town Square Exposition Hall, just to the right-hand side of the train station.
And finally, a new attraction will come to the Isle of Adventure. It's called
THE JUNGLE BOOK
It will be a dark ride/water flume set inside what we think is an African wildlife preserve. After passing past life-size figures of the animals we'll find, we enter the loading area, where we board a canoe based on the art of Indian natives (like those down at the Man-village). Bagheera provides the safety spiel.
We then set off for the jungle. All is dark and mysterious as we hear Bagheera narrate: "Many strange legends are told of these jungles in India, but none as strange as the story of a young boy named...Mowgli."
We then pass by Bagheera, who smiles at Baby Mowgli from atop a branch. Then, we pass by a tableau depicting the wolves at Council Rock talking about Shere Khan. We hear Bagheera's voice again "Soon enough, I was taking Mowgli to a nearby Man-village where he'd be safe."
Then, things get dark as we hear Kaa's voice "Ssssay now, what have we here?" Then, we see his hypnotic eyes glow in the darkness, and just when we reach them, we plummet down into the daylight. We are startled by the arrival of Colonel Hathi and his elephants, who nearly trample us as we travel over the water. Then, we head into the "Bare Necessities" scene, where Baloo and Mowgli nearly pass right by us.
Then, we hear music coming from a temple as we enter the "I Wanna Be Like You" scene, where we find King Louie and his monkeys dancing alongside Mowgli and a cross-dressing Baloo. But after we pass by this happy scene, we go upwards a bit as we hear a monkey say "Hey, that's no monkey! It's Baloo!" Then, we hear a chase going on as we plummet into darkness. We hear Shere Khan say "And now, for my rendezvous with the little lost man-cub."
Then, we see the tiger himself staring right at us. "Everyone runs from Shere Khan. And so should you. Now, I'll turn my back and count to then". As he slowly counts, we plummet into the battle scene! We see Mowgli, Baloo, the Vultures and Khan in battle. It all ends when we pass by a screen displaying Khan's demise.
For a finale, we pass by Mowgli and Shanti on their way to the Man-village, as Baloo and Bagheera watch on. "Mowgli is where he belongs now." "Yeah, but I still think he would've made one swell bear". Then, we turn back into the loading area and exit out back into the Isle of Adventure.
Well, there we go--The Jungle Book River Adventure. And to think I went this far without that dumb Star Trek II thing that pops up everytime someone says Khan.
Why do I even bother?
Well, see ya later, everybody!