Attractions – The Show – Sept. 19, 2013 – Unleash The Villains, Not So Scary party, and more

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Hosts Banks Lee and JeniLynn Knopp bring you this week’s theme park and attraction news. On this week’s episode:

• News In The Queue: New film series from J.K. Rowling set in the Wizarding World; Food trucks coming to Downtown Disney; Attractions Blogger Bowl recap; Fall 2013 issue of Orlando Attractions Magazine; Penguins 3D now showing at Orlando Science Center; The Florida Mall celebrates the 75th anniversary of The Wizard of Oz
• Hidden Mickey of the Week
• Highlights from the Unleash The Villains event on Friday the 13th as part of Limited Time Magic
• JeniLynn and her kids see what’s new at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party
• Travel Tip
• Weekly giveaway
• Fan Shoutouts
• Shout-Outs
• Bloopers

Attractions - The Show - Sept. 19, 2013 - Unleash The Villains, Not So Scary party, and more

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  1. Can you keep us updated on the new plans for both Regular guests and those with Disabilities? That new system of “come back later” won’t work for us: mom is in a scooter AND my son is autistic. In the past under the old system: We usually didn’t go right to the front of the line, we just had a much shorter wait…or waited off to the side. Which is what persons with autism need. Last time my son was in a ‘regular’ line, his behaviors were disturbing to the other guests and everyone felt embarrassed. I wound up crying…not our most cherished Disney Memory. For what it costs to go to Disney Parks, I will be rethinking our Theme Park Selection for the next Florida Vacation. To be honest: I would think that even “Regular” Guests will be overly limited with the new fastpass system imposed on them. If I understand correctly, the new electronic system Limits them to just 3 events (dinners or attractions) per day? And I dont know anyone who wants to micro-manage their daily vacation plans. Like if an unexpected rainy day happens on vacation, we switch from Epcot to Magic Kingdom where we are more like to stay dry. Keep up the good work and Keep us “warned” of these new programs that are Limiting the vacation fun.