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Designing Itchy and Scratchy Land: Let's Build the Simpsons park!

Submitted: "The Simpsons" is, simply, the best damn unbuilt concept for a theme park out there. What should a Simpsons theme park look like?

From Robert Niles
Posted September 26, 2001 at 1:29 PM
OK, this topic has come up in several threads now, notably the recent discussion on IOA, and the "build your own theme park" thread.

So, I figured it was time for this idea to get its own page.

Submitted: "The Simpsons" is, simply, the best damn unbuilt concept for a theme park out there. What should a Simpsons theme park look like? Describe the lands, landmarks, rides, shows and restaurants you'd put in this park.

Here's a preliminary line-up for "Itchy and Scratchy Land" or "Springfield USA" (other title proposals welcomed):

Simpson Street
Attractions
Lisa and Homer's Flying Pigs
Treehouse of Horror
Simpson House (Walk through)
Chief Wiggum's Wild Ride
Springfield Elementary (Walk through, with playground)
Springfield Church (Underground coaster where Ned Flanders and Rev. Lovejoy take you through the fires of hell. And save you, of course.)

Restaurants/Shops
Homer's BBQ Pit
Uncle Moe's Family Feedbag
Apu's Kwik-E-Mart
Krustyburger

Downtown
Attractions
Shop-lined town square at the park entrance, with statue of Jebediah Springfield.
Krustylu Studios, featuring the Krusty the Clown Show
Itchy and Scratchy's Fun House
Mr. Burns' Mansion (Haunted dark ride tour hosted by Smithers.)
Troy McClure's Carousel of Progress (Hey, Disney ain't using it anymore, and Troy would give this warhorse just the right, uh, spin.)
Springfield Monorail (Circles the park)

Restaurants/Shops
The Frying Dutchman
Revolving Restaurant

Springfield Canyon
Attractions
Homer's Donut River Rapids
Springfield Canyon (flume ride)
Springfield Nuclear Plant (Free fall in cooling towers with queue through Mr. Burns' office and Homer's control panel.)
Murderhorn
Lake Springfield Lagoon Show (Interrupted each night by the manacial Sideshow Bob)

Comments? Additions? Changes?


Comments in chronological order. Most recent at the bottom. Scroll down to respond.

From Anonymous
Posted December 13, 2001 at 5:30 PM
Hello, I didn't know that a lot of people were actually thinking about a Simpson's theme park. I, myself, have been tooling with the idea off and on. I think it would be really cool to name the park:
Springfield, USA: A Simpsons Family Theme Park. I know it's a long title but I think it's worth it. I had it being built in Springfield, Missouri next to Branson.
For my idea on how the park would be (I think I saw someone else have this idea too) set up would be actually recreating the whole town and then building the attractions and restaurants according to the building.
I only have a few ideas though.
Springfield Elementary will house Otto's School Bus, a roller coaster. The playground would be for kids to play and inside the school would be the Cafeteria, a restaurant that makes you feel back at school again.
Krustylu Studios would house a live taping of the Krusty the Klown Show several times a day.
The Aztec Theater would be a 3D movie attraction.
I believe that if the park was recreated from the drawings of the show, then it would definitly work. And in keeping with this theme, only a few select restaurants would be featured from the show into the park like Donuts, Krusty Burger, The Frying Dutchman, The Gilded Truffle, and the sushi restaurant. I can't think of the name right now. It'll come to me. Personally, I would like to see a whole resort complex be built up just around this theme. There could be the park, a mini golf place, a water park themed around Mt. Splashmore and Duff Gardens, hotels like Rancho Resorto and several others built up around the resort so people could stay. It'll be like WDW but a whole lot better. Then atop Moe's Bar, the B-Sharps would sing several times a day. The parades would be Itchy and Scratchy and/or Springfield's Bicentennial Parade. This idea has spwned form being just an idea into something more. If it the Simpsons stays it's course, then the park could open up within ten years and still hold it's appeal.

From mark redfar
Posted December 19, 2001 at 2:05 PM
This park might actually be better as an indoor theame park with rides aswell as interactive rides.
eg shoot snowball with snowballs or Radioactive man flying coaster,cumon this is the best thread on this site and is getting nowhere.

From Kevin Baxter
Posted December 23, 2001 at 10:41 PM
Yeah, let's all start getting back to coming up with ride ideas. I would love to see a flume ride like the one at the real Itchy and Scratchy Land, where their log gets cut in half at the end. Well, not so much EXACTLY like that, but scary! We need scary log flumes!

From Anonymous
Posted January 1, 2002 at 11:32 AM
Here are MY ride ideas.
A special christmas ride, Santa's Little Helper's adventures, takes a cart round a building with animatronic Simpson characters.
A Tour of Springfield simulater would be good and and The Monorail roller Coaster would be good as well.

A good section of the park would be based on all the theme parks in Springfield e.g.:Blocko Land , DizneyLand etc. BYE

From Anonymous
Posted January 2, 2002 at 2:38 PM
There needs to be a Main Street type area called Evergreen Terrace.

Not sure if anyone mentioned the Leftorium, but there definitely needs to be a Leftorium.

Has anyone brought up Kamp Krusty? There could be a Kamp Krusty playground-type area, or a ride from it.

There could be a monorail transportation system, complete with Homer operating it and the family of possums.

The Barrel Roll is the coaster Bart rides at Duff Gardens. Could stick that in.

I'd love to see someone walking around in a Duff Man costume, with music and all.

Remember the episode where Bart joined the Boy Scouts and they went river rafting? That could make a great ride.

The Stonecutters could be worked in somehow... A dark ride, perhaps? This idea needs work.

How about a Radioactive Man ride? Complete with Radioactive Man, Fallout Boy, and the 40-foor wall of sulfuric acid.

There needs to be 'Bort' license plates for sale somewhere.

We could have a Maison Derriere for some entertainment.

Remember when Homer ate the chili that made him see things? Can you imagine the possibilties??

Just some ideas.
-DJ Phob

From Anonymous
Posted January 23, 2002 at 11:22 PM
So are you going to build the park and change the name of the Murderhorn

From Joe Lane
Posted January 24, 2002 at 12:05 PM
I think somebody needs to sit down and draw an example out, wouldn't you agree? Who's up for the challenge? We could have a couple of different concept drawings and then compare them to see which elements are the best to combine.

From Mister Wonder
Posted January 26, 2002 at 12:45 AM
Hey, I think im up to the challenge of drawing this out, I draw parks normally, might as well let others get a peak. I was Playing Simpsons Road Rage for XBOX and read some posts, and this is what i got:

Evergreen Terrace
1. Simpsons House
2. Sringfield Public
3. Church
4. Kwik - E - Mart
5. Other Mock houses

Entertainent District
1. Moes
2. Krusty Burger
3. Rusty Barnicle
4. Tattoo Parlor
5. Planet Hype
6. Sir Putt - A - Lots
7. Aztec Theater
8. Googleplex
9. Barneys Boleramma
10. Noiseland Video Arcade
11. Duff Brewery

Downtown
1. Central Park
2. Area 51-A
3. Sit - N - Rotate Room
4. Black Box Bar
5. Sushi Yes
6. City Hall
7. Channel Six
8. Happy Sumo
9. County Courthouse
10. Copy Jalopy
11. Stadium
12. Android’s Dungeon and Baseball Card Shop
13. Monorail
14. Nelsons House
15. Springfield Drive In
16. Lard Lad Donuts
17. Esclator to Nowhere

} Charles Montgomery Burns Parade {

Nuclear Power Plant
1. Cooling Towers
2. Springfield War Memorial Stadium
3. Springfield Community Center
4. Mr. Burns Office
5. Run off Stream Boat Ride
6. Lard Lad Donuts
7. Springfield Mall~~~~~~~~~~
It’s A Wonderful Knife
Mikrodachboden
Greasy Hut
Malaria Zone
Bansom Notes
Shayla’s Toys
Philip’s Glass Emporium
Worthless Junk Under A Buck
The Vast Waistband
Thongs 4 U
Plundering Pete’s
Canyon Of The Dolls
Nick’s Bowling Shop
Popular Books
The Leftorium
The Modest Tea Co.
Gum 4 Less

Springfield Dam
1. Stonecutters
2. Jitty Joes Coffee Shop
3. Interesting Home
4. Rancho Relaxo
5. Quimby Mansion
6. Kamp Krusty

Springfield Mountins
1. Tire Fire
2. Biggest Toilet
3. Gold House
4. Pet Cemetery
5. Mr. Burn’s Mansion
6. The Murderhorn

OTHERS
Itchey & Scratchy Land
Springfield Harbor
Bartman Coaster
Homer Donut River Rapids
Radioactive Man
Futurama
Duff Gardens

I E-mailed Robert, and I asked him if he would put it up, so its up to him. I dont know how long it would take me to plan it out, draw it, and have it be good. Probally only a couple of months, i hope you all can wait that long. While im here, anyone have anything i should add, take out, or change a bit? Well tell me what you think

From mark redfar
Posted January 26, 2002 at 7:29 AM
A vital part to this park will be the thousands of impsons characters roaming the park.

Make it with lots of room for expantion cause new ideas are always possible with the simpsons.

A statue of jebidiah springfield.

Chief wigums police chase

and the simpsons park logo.........
mount rushmoor with the simpsons family faces on it.

From Anonymous
Posted January 28, 2002 at 5:59 PM
I think if you should stay true to how the actual town is bui;t, then you'd have no problem with building the theme park.

From Anonymous
Posted July 7, 2002 at 8:12 AM
Wouldn't the Quickie Mart attraction be best experienced by giving one the goal of shoplifting/robbing the store? Daily prizes for the person who was able to take the most? Of course I would never hurt Apu, what with all those children to feed... but a Lucy dance in the slushy machine... or swiping a cyrogenically frozen Marge from the freezer case.... mmmmmmmmmmmm......

From Anonymous
Posted July 7, 2002 at 8:17 PM
In order for Simpsons to ever be a theme in needs to be part of a bigger park. Fox needs to create its own park and it should be like a Universal.

You can have a starwars section, a simpsons section, an anastatia section fr kids, You can have a horror/sci-fi section with an alien vs predator river raft ride, some show on Rocky horror, and something with x-files. Tere can be an L.A. wit a Die Hard Stunt Show and a Speed rollercoaster/Dark ride. The the ark's first area can be a european village with a model of Titanic with a restaurant inside and A moulin Roug musical revue.

From Richard Wilson
Posted July 7, 2002 at 9:04 PM
FOX did try their luck at building a theme park. In Sydney Australia, FOX opened FOX Studios "Backlot Tour".

When originally planned, it was to be a full fledged theme park, with coasters, rides and the works. As the project went ahead, it was, for some stupid reason, reduced to a studio tour, and a few rides, such as a Titanic 20 minute simulator.

It opened fine, in around 1998 or 1999. They charged $80 for tickets, and did okay the first few months.

However, the park had nothing to offer that the Northern Gold Coast parks didn't have, and for about half the cost.

Entrance fees were then removed completely, in an attempt to get people in, and to make it back with merchandise, and other stuff.

This didn't work though, the park closed last year, now consisting of nothing more than a Hollywood style Boulevard with restaurants and cinemas, with some studios out the back, where a few movies and shows have been filmed (the past two Star Wars films, and The Matrix trio among others).

FOX, all in all, went about entering the theme park industry in the totally wrong way. Consequently, they failed, and I expect Rupert got a bit of a fright from it, and probably won't be in any hurry to try again.

---------------------------

As for a Simpsons Park - well, if it is done, I'd say probably not under FOX's name. The contract with FOX is up in around two seasons, and almost all signs point to FOX ditching them, or Groening not renewing it.

As for what would be seen in this park. Well, I remember last year there was a competition where you could win a replica Simpsons house. I think they did a pretty poor job with it. They gave it a Universal "Suess" feeling, with wacky angles and perspective tricks etc.

I'd like to see it plain, just like the cartoons.

Of course have Evergreen Tce. A few of the houses will be walk-throughs, obviously the Simpson's house. Make Ned's home a wacky-house, (the exception to the anti-Universal) with all the weird things like in the episode "Hurricane Ned".

Maybe theme the entrance to Praiseland's entrance, with the statue of Maude in the middle, and a mister coming from the garden to simulate the gas.

Maybe an Itchy & Scratchy set of coasters - dueling coasters ala Dueling Dragons.

Putting Golf is a must, and when your ball doesn't come out in the Windmill hole, you stick your hand in to try and get it, and instead grab a nice handful of Homer or Marge's skin.

Thats just my million or so two-cents.

From mark holderness
Posted July 12, 2002 at 7:25 PM
SPRINGFIELD LANE
shops
-Kwik E Mart
-Homers candy shop
-Springfield magic shop
-Troy McClueres movie gift shop
-Mr. Smithers dolls and toys shop
-regular shop
restraunts
-Moes tavern
-Homers BBBQ (extra b for bring your own boes
-Marges homemade kitchen
-Lisa's salad, sandwiches and soup restraunt.

Neculer funland
attractions
-powerplant extravaganza (dark ride)
-Mr. Burn's house of wack
(like haunted mansion with a smithershost.)
-melt down run (like the backdraft set in Universal Hollywood with an nucluer melt down.)
shops
-Mr. Burns' gifts for all (falls mr. burns' ride)
-The powerplant shop
Simpsonworld (like toontown but not as kiddish.)
attractions
-Simpson's home of torture (where you tour the house by foot, but special suprises appear.)
-Barts death trap (a free fall ride where bart is like rod stewart.)
-Homers beer cooster (indoors where you ride on beercarts through a wacky drunk vision of what Homer sees.)
-the whole place is lined with the houses of famous characters.

Next time i will send two more lands with more attractions
PEace

From andrew hartsig
Posted July 13, 2002 at 2:20 PM
This sounds so cool! What about Marge's sisters, Patty and Selma. Something could be tied in with that one. Also, what about a dark ride called "Otto's Wild Bus Ride" that is like Spiderman. That would be neat

From Anonymous
Posted July 23, 2002 at 9:35 AM
We could put a tower of terror themed ride in the Krusty studios. We could theme it as Mr Burns mansion, oh and what about a hotel????? That could be themed as the nuclear power plant or as Krusty camp.

From Anonymous
Posted July 23, 2002 at 9:39 AM
we could do a tommorow land themed as futurama, with different sections like
Moon street or the space ship and the downtown area?

From Anonymous
Posted July 30, 2002 at 8:32 PM
This is one of the coolest ideas. For rides they should have a itchy and scratchy dueling coaster but they should do something unique like actually have a winner (can be random or some pre ride event) and show a movie of the loser getting decapitated or killed.
I think they chould have a awsome bartman or radio active man flying coaster. Also remember the episode with the little toy car and the loop. that chould be a cool kids coaster. A free fall ride at the nuclear plant whould be cool they chould make a story like there is goign to be a nuclear melt down unless you push the button at the top of the tower (like the one episode where homer gains weight to stay home from work)

From Anonymous
Posted July 31, 2002 at 3:03 AM
Yes, build a Simpson's Park. I like to catch up on sleep on my vacation.

From Daniel Williams IOA Fanatic
Posted August 1, 2002 at 11:57 AM
I think this ideas great. Havent got any good ideas for it myself but if Universal could get the rights to it and put it as a land in their third orlando park it would be amazing...

From Anonymous
Posted August 29, 2002 at 2:26 PM
That would be SOOOOO Cool! I LOVE the simpsons! I wonder if we could do that...

From Ben Mills
Posted October 14, 2002 at 2:08 PM
It would be more likely to become a Disney idea, as they have a much closer link with Fox than Universal.

From Frank Melgeorge
Posted October 14, 2002 at 7:17 PM
How about riding the simpson family car to see Truckasaurus and u get lifted up by it and almost get eaten,and a coaster driving the car that Homer built! LOL that would be funny!

From Coaster Enthusiast
Posted November 23, 2002 at 4:02 AM
Yeah, ...
Homer:

~(_8^(|) Doh!

Emoticons rule : /


From Anonymous
Posted November 24, 2002 at 10:00 AM
I think it wou'ld be a very cool idea! MAbe there cou'ld be, " Prof.Frink's Time Machine" ride kinda of like the "Back to the Future" ride. Or A rollar coaster Sideshow Bob thing.

From Anne Evans
Posted November 25, 2002 at 11:55 AM
Or how about The Fantabolous Adventures of Professor Frink in his Laboratory. Or It's a Meat world for lisa.

From Coaster Enthusiast
Posted November 25, 2002 at 1:01 PM
Any "Maggie" ride would just suck, suck, suck, suck ...

From xavier xo
Posted November 28, 2002 at 10:49 AM
It doesn’t take a genius to figure out that The Simpson’s sooner or later will end up in a theme park. Now the question is will they be licensed out to an exciting theme park ala Dr. Seuss' creations at Island of Adventure or will he make a lot of peoples dream come true by creating an entire theme park dedicated to his creations Life In Hell, The Simpson’s and Futurama? This is what Mr. Groening had to say on the subject a few years ago while being interviewed by Kevin Kelly executive editor of Wired
Kevin Kelly
“So you were impressed not by his (Walt Disney) cartoon genius, but by his theme park? “
Matt Groening
“Yes, it was Disneyland in particular. My great unfulfilled ambition - to do my own amusement park - is really why I am doing Futurama. I'm not kidding. If this show takes off, I'm going to do an amusement park.”

From Ben Mills
Posted November 28, 2002 at 1:42 PM
So we can kiss goodbye to the Simpsons park then, unless Matt Groening goes crazy and does another series of Futurama, which ain't gonna happen...

From Coaster Enthusiast
Posted November 28, 2002 at 3:05 PM
Futurama was a good show. It was just too close in proximity with the height of Simpson's popularity to succeed.

While I LOVED the dimwitted, over-brow buffoonery, my friends seldom understood the humor. A bit like SpongeBob. Some get the joke, some don't. It's too bad the show has to go away : (

When Matt Groening creates a *fourth* iconoculture we may have the means to design a complete Matt Groening World or Groeningland Park:

Themed Areas
Springfield, featuring The Simpsons.
Itchy & Scratchy Land for the kiddies, ... NOT!
Life in Hell, ... Fuzzy and cute on the outside, a little demented in the middle.
Futurama, ... Help deliver a pizza to a mysterious cryogenics lab and wake up 1,000 years in the future working for “Planet Express.”
Groen'bits, animation studio tour.
Coming Soon, whatever Mr. Groening has in store for us.


From Anonymous
Posted November 30, 2002 at 4:16 AM
I think it would B great. you should have a
1. spook house in MR Burns manson
2. rollarcoaster in Springfield gorge like when homer jumps it on the skateboard
(that all i could think off,
well there not good ideas)
PEACE OUT

From Anonymous
Posted December 11, 2002 at 8:06 PM
Make it at Disney World. You get bored going to Disney World to see the same old mouse, let's have a ride where Itcy and Scratchy try to kill Mickey!!!
And a ride involving HANK SCORPIO TAKING OVER THE WORLD.

From Anonymous
Posted December 22, 2002 at 7:52 AM
Hi all! I love this thread! Even if the Simpsons suddenly ended, I think this theme park would still have merit. Anyways, I believe there should be a Simpsons part and a very minor Futurama part. More on both parts later... gotta go to bed... BYE

From Anonymous
Posted December 22, 2002 at 8:01 AM
I have resources to help plan it...
books galore
cd roms
videos
god knows what else...
I truly believe a Simpsons theme park should be scaled as the true Springfield. Perhaps the Futurama section could only be visited through a certain ride. Although that ride would probably need alot of staff and maintenance. I think the Futurama section should only be the space delivery building complete with space ship plus a few other things like a small scale "Old New York". Maybe a restaurant there should be the one managed by that blue chef who Bender likes.. Sorry, don't remember his name. The Simpsons section should have a rollercoaster in a Canyon area, the Nuclear Power Plant and even a kiddie one at Springfield Elementary where Bart is trying to escape Skinner. I hope you find those ideas good. I'll be back with more later. BYE

From Anonymous
Posted December 23, 2002 at 2:32 AM
Hi. I'm the guy that has posted the last two messages and this 1. I think the park should be a scaled Springfield (as I've already said) and I think the rides should be based on the tv show situations. Eg 1. Springfield Nuclear Plant-meltdown. 2. Springfield Gorge-Bart skateboarding down it, etc. I also want to add the mystery spot (mentioned in the ep when mr burns hired professionals for baseball). I think it is a gold mine opportunity for a ride. BYE

From Ben Mills
Posted December 23, 2002 at 1:19 PM
Bye.

From Anne Evans
Posted February 17, 2003 at 12:10 PM
Springfield USA: simpsons Resort.
SPRINGFIELD PARK

Springfield Street
Attractions
Springfield Tour
Monorail coaster
Mr X's News Cinema
Itchy and Scratchy Parade
FOOD/Shops
Moes
Krusty Burger
Gil's Souvenir Stand
King Tut's Toy Shop
Kwik-e-mart

Evergreen Terrace
attractions
The Simpson's house
Homer's road trip
Holy Coaster
Treehouse of HORROR
Lisa's Jazz Stand
Santa's little helper's Adventure (christmas only)
part 2 coming soon...

From Anonymous
Posted June 23, 2003 at 6:32 PM
So....when do we get to see this..this so called "theme park"?Of what I read,this is going to be a superb manifestation of amusment and festivity.For how much you talk about the amusment park,you should at least show what it looks like;video presentation,pictures,comput-erized blueprints ect...I am simply giving you some smart ideas,something you probably aren't familiar with.I'd love to stay and introduce you to A GENIUSTIC BRAIN but I must go use mine on something wortwhile,not wasting it on pathetic you.Ta-ta!I'd love to see the day you smarten up honey!

-celine,11

From Anonymous
Posted June 23, 2003 at 6:32 PM
So....when do we get to see this..this so called "theme park"?Of what I read,this is going to be a superb manifestation of amusment and festivity.For how much you talk about the amusment park,you should at least show what it looks like;video presentation,pictures,comput-erized blueprints ect...I am simply giving you some smart ideas,something you probably aren't familiar with.I'd love to stay and introduce you to A GENIUSTIC BRAIN but I must go use mine on something wortwhile,not wasting it on pathetic you.Ta-ta!I'd love to see the day you smarten up honey!

-celine,11

From Anonymous
Posted June 24, 2003 at 4:28 PM
Your 11? No wonder your post made no sense and you had no spaces after your punctuation.

Anyway, I think a Simpson's park would be great. So far, it's probably the 'Dream Park' idea thats interested me the most. I disagree with the idea that the park should be a scale Springfield though. I think a better layout would be:
-Evergreen Terrace(entrance of park)
-Downtown Springfield (Center of Park, sort of a hub)
-Itchy and Scratchy Land(a theme park within a theme park! a first!)
-A Futurama land of some sort
-Duff Gardens (another park within a park sorta dealy)
-Some sorta kiddie land, as far as the name/theme, I'm not sure but I guess it should deal with Maggy

From Anonymous
Posted July 2, 2003 at 5:10 PM
I think this is a swell idea. I would be up to the challenge of getting this theme park going. However, in order to do this; pictures, drawings, concepts, and models will have to be created. It will take a team to be able to this. Also, a specific area of land strategically placed will be needed to allow expansion and yet remain economical. All this can be done if investors can be convinced. Again, a team needs to formed and must work together to create the concepts needed. I say lets do it!!!

From Anonymous
Posted July 2, 2003 at 10:15 PM
I think all the rides that have been on the show (Duffland) and Maudeland(storybook land) yoinks. It would definetly NOT politically correct. Maybe Someone in Vegas would do a theme park outside of the city. With Gambling $1 chips would have bart's head etc..Maybe it'll just be THE SIMPSONS CASINO, with about 10 rides. Like a Circus Circus on steroids.

From Andrew Spada
Posted July 3, 2003 at 3:50 PM
The entrance would have the wall of which divided Springfield (a.k.a. the Berlin Wall).

You would than stroll through Downtown Springfield with actual shops and stuff. At the end of this street would be the park's castle: the nuclear power plant.

Going clockwise from left: Evergreen Terrace; Springfield Canyon; Itchy and Scratchy Land; Krustylu Studios; and Futurama.

If this looks eerily similar to Disneyland that's because because it is a spoof of Disneyland just like The Simpson's is a spoof of American culture.

No offence to those worshiping Disneyland and/or any of it's subsidaries as well as those patriotic to George Bush and the land of opportunity.

From Anonymous
Posted July 3, 2003 at 4:19 PM
I think it definitely needs some sort of Shelbyville attraction too...

From Anonymous
Posted August 1, 2003 at 6:05 AM
I think that there should be an underground rollercoaster inside the school. This would be a good idea because you could have the "cars" on the track resemble school desks in some way. Also I know this would be a drastic change but you should think about changing the name to something that incorpirates Springfield a little more and make "itchy and scratchy land" a different place you can go inside the park. Like if you want to go to "itchy and scratchy land" you have to get on a tram and and go down a road a mile and then it will be like you have made it from springfield to itchy and scratchy land instead of naming the whole park "itchy and scratchy land", when that is not really the point, the only reason you want to name it that is because of a funny pun. Good day and have fun...

From Anonymous
Posted August 1, 2003 at 11:43 AM
The park would have to have a comic book shop. :-)

From Anonymous
Posted August 2, 2003 at 12:47 PM
How about a bakery shop inside the park called:

D'OugH !

Inside the entrance, you could have an animatronic Homer Simpson saying:

"ummmm...Donuts!"

From steve lammert
Posted August 10, 2006 at 3:12 PM
I have a great idea if anyone comes on to this thread anymore. Why don't they make a Log flume called, " Mr. Burn's Radioactive Rush " ? You could go through the Power Plant trying to avoid an explosion by pressing a button like in King-size Homer? They could put light green lights in the water so it looked like you were floating thru radioactive waste! You would ride in Giant radioactive waste barrels. I hope somone sees this.

From Gareth H
Posted August 10, 2006 at 9:33 PM
I did, that would be really cool actually.

Now are we talking Rip saw falls type log flume with a drop at the end or a Pirates kinda ride with a story line???

From steve lammert
Posted August 11, 2006 at 9:14 AM
Kind of like Splash Mountain with a story and a giant drop at the end.

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