2012 Best Attraction Tournament: Waterworld vs. Clyde and Seamore
Welcome to the first match of Round Two of the 2012 Theme Park Insider Tournament
. Today, we're voting in the Best Show bracket, as top seed Waterworld faces off against 16-seed Clyde and Seamore.
Waterworld - at Universal Studios Hollywood, Universal Studios Singapore and Universal Studios Japan
Clyde and Seamore - Known as Clyde and Seamore Take Pirate Island at SeaWorld San Diego, Clyde and Seamore's Cannery Row Caper at SeaWorld San Antonio and Sea Lions Live! at SeaWorld San Diego.
Voting is open for 24 hours. Campaign for your favorite in the comments.
Tomorrow: We move over to the Best Themed Ride bracket as The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man takes on Revenge of the Mummy.
I voted Waterworld. Clyde and Seamore seems suspicious, as if they are the kid friendly versions on Terrance and Phillip...
I voted for Waterworld simply because it doesn't involve animal slavery. I'd like Seaworld better if they didn't force the animals to perform. The last time I was there, I vowed would be the LAST time I was there.
I voted for Clyde and Seamore because I like animal slavery. In fact, I love it. I wish I could vote twice.
Animal slavery? Oh dear. Someone will be claiming human rights for whales next....
Animal slavery? Last time I checked, the animals don't have to perform if they don't want to. It actually happens more often than not. None of the animals are forced to do anything they don't want to do. Stop swallowing the crap PETA feeds you.
Annoying animals? NO!
Dear God they are Terrance and Phillip! Also Robert, the first Terrane and Phillip is in Orlando, not San Diego.
Clyde and Seamore is awesome fun. Allways something goes wrong and even the pre show is awesome.
Clyde & Seymour is good but the best part of the show is the pre-show, so I voted waterworld. Jet Skis, aeroplanes and action.
Let me think this through....
I missed the vote but would have voted for Seaworld because it really has set the bar very high. Although I like Clyde & Seamore ( on both coasts ) I was surprised that the vote was so close.
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