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    Is it different at all from the last few years? I know with the regular HM they changed the attic. Are there any aspects of the NBC on HM that are different? Thanks.
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    No obvious changes this year

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    • #3
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      Only change this year is a picture of Jack in the atic where the new bride would be. Nothing else is changed.
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        Last year was my first time riding it, so I can't really say what is different over the last several years.

        This year when I rode it, it seemed like the dancing ballroom/dining room looked different. Was it? It seemed like they had more in there this year.

        I also seemed to remember last year they still had the ghosts dancing (and the ghosts with the draw), and this year I didn't notice them.

        That was the only thing that stood out to me.

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        • #5
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          They do still have the ghosts dancing in the ballroom scene. I noticed that the table centerpiece in the ballroom scene is different this year, last year it had the monster wreath tearing apart the gingerbread house in the middle, and this year it's like a pair of monster hands tearing it apart from the inside.
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          • #6
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            I never notice changes, but a lot of stuff looked new to me. It could be because I only went on it once last year and I just don't remember ...LOL

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            • #7
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              I didn't see it last year, but have seen it the years before that. I noticed that the gingerbread house in the ballroom scene was different than it was in the past...but I'm not sure if that was new this year or last year.

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                There are no more "scarols" in the queue (thank God!)...

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                • #9
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                  Originally posted by sunnygirl View Post
                  They do still have the ghosts dancing in the ballroom scene. I noticed that the table centerpiece in the ballroom scene is different this year, last year it had the monster wreath tearing apart the gingerbread house in the middle, and this year it's like a pair of monster hands tearing it apart from the inside.
                  Yes, it goes so fast and there's so much to look at in that scene- I was wishing it would stop for a moment so I could take it all in :-) I should've gone on it again.

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                  • #10
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                    Originally posted by Scream162 View Post
                    There are no more "scarols" in the queue (thank God!)...

                    LOL, thank you! I nearly forgot about how bad those were!


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                    • #11
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                      Hey don't knock it. At least I get a steady gig turning the wheel of fortune from October to January. That along with my royalties from the movie being re-released, I might be able to afford that extention to the toilet I've always talked about.
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                        Originally posted by OogieBoogie View Post
                        Hey don't knock it. At least I get a steady gig turning the wheel of fortune from October to January. That along with my royalties from the movie being re-released, I might be able to afford that extention to the toilet I've always talked about.
                        You are truly living the American dream, Oogie.

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                        • #13
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                          the scenes are a lot more luminescent which i like.

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                          • #14
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                            Originally posted by SavannaQueen View Post
                            You are truly living the American dream, Oogie.
                            Nah. If I was living the American dream, I'd be running the Disneyland computer system. Easy job.. just sit back and play on a computer all day and get a steady income. I tired for it, but they said I had too many bugs, so I went to work for Microsoft.
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                            • #15
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                              The only major thing I noticed was all the "stuff" in the attic behind the NBC things. The regular HM stuff was piled up in back, and I found myself checking that out more than the NBC decor.

                              The ballroom was different--can't put my finger on it though.

                              I've been all six years and this was the first time I was underwhelmed by it. I still love it though...and I'll still come down for the overlay until they stop doing it.

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