We had reservations at the Epic Theater for the 12pm Nickelodeon Slime Time Live! show, so we headed in about 30 minutes early to get decent seats.
The stage was pretty cool looking. They had apparently pre-chosen two families of four on the ship because they brought them out and introduced them.
They began by competing in a game against each other to see who could put on 50,000 pairs of underwear the fastest. This was a hoot to watch, and I can remember having my kids do this with their diaper pull-ups when they were little...hehehe.
Followed by some kind of chicken dance game. They did pull quite a few kids out the audience to participate, which was nice.
The next game was Fairly Odd Parent themed. Adults stood inside these shower curtain things while kids tossed in different costume pieces. One adult had to dress like Wanda and the other had to dress like Cosmo. The first one to do it won.
Of course they made them dance around when they finished.
The last game consisted of slime being passed down a line to the two adults sitting in a constantly moving swivel chair with their feet on big rubber balls. They had to fill a tub with the slime being passed to them by the glassful to win.
The Blue Team lost BIG. In the interim between the physical games, each team was asked trivia questions about Nickelodeon characters. This family did not know squat and out of four trivia questions, they got them all wrong. They were really easy questions, too. It's been four or five years since my kids were into Nick shows or characters, but we all still know the answers to the questions.
For example, one of the questions was "Is Blue a girl or a boy?" The little blue dog in Blue's Clues is a girl, but they guessed she was a boy. I remember watching Blue's Clues every day with both girls (I had an unhealthy and unmoral infatuation with the only human on the show, Steve Burns. He was soooo cute! Then he left and they brought in Joe, who sucks big time, and we stopped watching).
The losing team got to shove a pie in their face. Quite the constellation prize, eh?
The winning Red Team (excuse me, but don't the dudes in the Red Shirts always die? When does that happen?) get to be slimed. I was a tad disappointed with the actual slime act - they had to stand under the archway in a kiddie pool while a stream of thin green slime fell on them. Where's the SLIME, people? I wanted to see buckets of the stuff splashing everywhere...but alas, it was not meant to be.
We decided to try lunch in the Manhattan Room only to find that the lunch menu is the same every day for both freebie dining rooms, Taste and the Manhattan Room. Sigh...
|Roasted Corn and Potato Chowder|
|Penne Pasta with Alfredo Sauce|