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This is directly the result of the passing of Doris Roberts. Don't ask why. It just happened that way. So what are your favorite rides? Do they have a history? A website? A WIki Page? Did they survive the onslaught of the 2000s or have they been modified/moved/sold for scrap? Not just coasters now. Flumes and things that spin around and those ridiculous cars you pretend to drive. anything you loved. My all time favorite: The River King Mine Train WIki for The best there ever was It was a wooden roller coaster made in 1971. It was not the biggest at Six Flags St Louis (that was the Screamin' Eagle). It was not the fastest (that was the Jet Scream) but it was easily the most likely to kill you (and it killed possibly multiple people, although one may have been a murder...yeah...) LOOK AT THAT SHAMBOLIC WRECK! It was the ricketiest thing you ever set eyes on and it wrenched you back and forth because it felt like the wooden tracks didn't quite hook up right or were warped or something. It was painful and scary and not in the fun way and I loved it for being so bad at being a roller coaster. LOOK AT THIS SHAMBOLIC WRECK!!!! This is the fence that did not stop you from trying to get the hat that fell off even though a kid totally got decapitated doing that here or maybe somewhere else or maybe that never happened or maybe it happened once a year. It constantly blared the Ecstasy of Gold out of some tinny little speakers. By the mid 80s no one really wanted to ride it and one day near when it closed down my best friend and I rode it 46 straight times because the line was empty. The straight-up murder that happened on it: CURRENT STATUS: ALIVE BUT BIFURCATED From the Wiki: - Today, the ride operates with its original name. - In 1988, it (the second track) was sold to Dollywood where it was renamed Thunder Express and later moved to Magic Springs and Crystal Falls as Big Bad John where it operates with modifications today. Hot Springs, Arkansas, HERE I COME!!!!
Drama or comedy, live action or cartoon, and anything in between: This thread is for the roughest, toughest, most memorable knock-down, drag-out brawls in the history of the small screen. I'll start us off with Dan Dority vs Captain Turner (w/pre-match build): Shane Vendrell vs Tavon Garris: Pete Campbell vs Lane Pryce: Burt's line takes the last fight from good to great.