After that, I headed over to Screams and Dreams Volume II at the Pictorium. Being a 90s kid and a coaster geek, this was just damn awesome to see. I was a little sad watching half of the people walk out in the first five minutes. This really has a lot of technical terminology and stories that aren't entirely accessible to the GP so I understood. Better they leave five minutes in than sit there and whine for the full thirty. This was probably the best part of my day too, for a very special reason. When they covered the Southwest Territory segment, they showed the commercial that I was cast in. I got so freakin' excited seeing my 9-year-old self 50 feet tall on the Pictorium screen!
Wow, thanks for mentioning this. It's probably because of the horrendous musicals craze/fad of recent years that I assume anything at a park that has a scheduled showtime attached to it will just be something that panders to that crowd. More often than not, that's the case. I'm almost looking forward to visiting the Pictorium for the first time in years more than I am to give the new ride a spin.