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The exterior of The Seas with Nemo and Friends at nighttime at EPCOT

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  1. Rox

    On what planet is Nemo controversial?

    1. Patrick

      Good question. But it’s themeing probably doesn’t fit with the Way of Water nearby so bye bye Seagulls. Hopefully they find a way to repurpose the Seagulls as they are somewhere else in WDW.

  2. Doris

    What happened to freedom of speech or my opinion so you don’t post my comment

  3. Doris

    I WANT TO SEE Black Bambi
    Black Pluto
    Black Donald Duck
    Black Goofy
    I could go on and on
    I grew up watching the original Mickey Mouse Club

    1. Kara

      WOW lady you seem very rageful. I hope some pixie dust finds its way into your heart. YIKES.

      1. Teddy Gingerich

        Yikes indeed. Someone definitely needs to calm down.

  4. Pat

    Before it became Nemo and Friends. Living With the Seas was always empty. Now people go in with family. Little ones love the ride, Crush, mini playground and watching the sea life. I wonder with Disney what they are thinking lately.

  5. C. Crockett

    You have got to be kidding!!! STOP this idiocy ! Why is Disney listening to people who have nothing better to do with their time then find fault fantasy and who do not have an imagination. As a Magic Key Holder, Disney is always about the survey, so do a survey and let the people decide what is controversial or politically correct.
    Don’t allow the minority to deprive the majority and the children the fantasy and imagination. We all could use a lot more imagination and an day without reality a place like Disneyland or Walt Disney World we would not have a place to escape to.

  6. Michael

    I wasn’t aware there was any controversy. I did like the previous iteration and think that it does provide a great opportunity to return to a science and technology theme within EPCOT.

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  8. WJ

    Oh my goodness, how much unrelated crap could you jam in before the actual story you were ‘reporting’ on. This has to be one of the longest ever.

    And then the first sentence of the ‘story’ is literally not a complete sentence. It’s just an unfinished word salad thought.

    And what is ‘controversial’ about Finding Nemo?

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