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Totally off topic.
Our family ( w/ a 16 and 14 yr old) are spending a week in LA during the last week of March.

Questions:
1) does it matter what day to go to Disney/Cal? Which might be less crowded? Easter is on the 31st.

2) like to go to a taping of a show or 2. Anyone know how to get tickets? Most game shows are likely out, due to age limit.

TIA for any help!

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Hi Redwing,

couple of tips:

1) Disney/Cal: wednesday/thursday during normal work week are (statiscally :rolleyes: ) the less crowded days... For the most popular attraction (ie: Indiana jones, space mountain, splash mountain, california Dreamin, etc...), fastpath is the best solution so take as many ticket as you can as early as you can (Fastpath allows you to block a time in line at a latter time and to come back to the attraction and do only 15-20 minute queue instead of the 1.5 to 2 hours that can sometime occur.

2) Seeing a show: if you want to be on the tonight show with Leno, just hang around the chinese theater around noon and there are people over there that giveaway ticket for the same day recording (starts at 4 in Burbank till about 6). If you go visit Universal Studio, there is a booth in the park of a company that gives away ticket for show recordings as well. Otherwise, the best one is probably Audience Unlimited (http://www.tvtickets.com) who has ticket for most of the big shows (Friends, Everybody loves raymond, Spin City, That 70's show,...). Don't get hang up on a big name show: they overbook ticket to make sure they fill up everytime and you may end up queuing for nothing. And every show recording (even the one you DON'T watch) are usually a good laugh during the recording :D :D :D . Most show tape at night (6-9 or 8-11) and you can't leave till it's done. Now for the bad news: most show require everybody to be 18 or more (with a few 16 years old exception.)

Hope this help! If you need more info on any of those issue, let me know unless it bothers anybody else in this forum (as I recognize this is not a MDX thread).
 

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Fredo,
Thanks for the link. It looks like it might be some help, but to no surprise, many shows have an age restriction. I've been to Dworld many a time and it sounds like the same gig works at Dland.
Thanks again for the response!

Happy Xing
 
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