Associated Press - Dateline January 13, 2010
In a suprise move, CEO of Wonderbread Inc. Jeff Johson, has anounced that Wonderbread LCC will be the official sponsor of the former Test Track ride at Epcot. The new name of the new ride will be "Test Kitchen". Guests will experience the test and adjust experience each loaf goes through before becoming WB Approved. Some of the highlights include, high temperature baking, spraying with mistery perservatives, cuminating in a 60 mph ride through packaging process. Local Citizen "Horizons" is quoted as "Shedding a Tear Over The Death Epcot".
It now has been a little over three years since they closed all the attractions at Epcot's Wonders of Life pavillion. The Making of Me was certainly one of the more infamous attractions which it may be the only sexual eduactional movie created for a theme park. Well, at least the only one at a Disney theme park. There are a few places, especially the first 30 seconds of the movie where it is very blurry, but you still can listen to the audio in these parts. Anyways, enjoy!
"Paging Barry Hom... Mr. Barry Hom. Your show's revival has arrived!"
In all seriousness, thanks for sharing this with us Erik! I never got to see The Making of Me during my visits to the Wonders of Life pavilion, so this is an interesting experience for me. That being said, I still prefer Martin Short when in Canada.
Change the scheme, Alter the mood! Electrify the boys and girls if you would be so kind!
Thanks for sharing this, Erik. I'm probably the only one that misses the Wonders of Life pavilion because when I was younger, I always used to love riding around on those bicycles with the TV monitors attached to them showing scenes from around WDW.
Alas, its gone, and the last pictures I've seen from inside had most of the attractions covered up and mold getting to some of the theming.
-My butt has touched 112 roller coasters, how unfortunate.
I also very much miss this area of the park. I really thought the entire pavillion was well done and all the attractions were great! Cranium Command will still be one of my favorite "Epcot Shows" and I think I'm most bummed out about losing that one.
Body Wars was my favorite simulator (not sure why), but I liked it a lot more than Star Tours.
And Making of Me was...well, funny for being very serious!
robbalvey wrote:I also very much miss this area of the park. I really thought the entire pavillion was well done and all the attractions were great! Cranium Command will still be one of my favorite "Epcot Shows" and I think I'm most bummed out about losing that one.
Yuck. I hated WoL. I always thought it was poorly themed, and didn't fit the rest of Future World very well. I'm not sad it's gone, as I only went in it twice, and that was enough for me!
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