Then, for some inexplicable reason, Disney went and "re-imagined" the ride. (What? were they high?!) The makeover did not overwhelm the senses quite like the original. In fact, it took out all of the fun and wonder! It became all about science, and experiments and tests- not about IMAGINATION at all! They still sang Figment's song, but it didn't help. I get that Epcot Center (the side across the bridge from the world showcase anyway) became a playground for family friendly displays of modern technology and learning, but WHY get rid of Honey I shrunk the Audience? Or the amazing body pavilion?! Epcot took away the only fun things to do on that side of the park (including a simulation ride that took guests inside the human body, a fun "mind control" show inside the head of a teenage boy and a "touch" playground complete with mystery textures and crazy objects.
Now, the Imagination pavilion has been closed down completely (including the theater that once held "Honey I Shrunk the Audience" and the very disappointing Captain EO starring Michael Jackson) prompting two rumors: 1. Epcot is getting rid of the ride and show all together and 2. Epcot Center big wigs are smart enough to bring the old version of the favorite ride back? (After seeing the success of The Tiki Room's trip back in time and restoration to the original version, this seems like a no brainer.)
What do you think should happen?