Recently back in 2012, Dug and Russell have replaced Flik's meet-&-greet spot by "It's Tough to be a Bug!" at Disney's Animal Kingdom. And the regular character meet-&-greets for Flik have been discontinued. Flik could also be seen with Princess Atta in the Pixar Pals' Countdown to Fun parade at Hollywood Studios, which ended on April 6th, 2013.
Now there are no character appearances of Flik and Princess Atta at Walt Disney World anywhere! So we have to save them now! I love "A Bug's Life" and Flik and Princess Atta are my favorite characters from the movie. Many people should like it.
Since "It's Tough to Be a Bug!" is an "A Bug's Life" attraction in Animal Kingdom, I declare that they should have a permanent and regular character meet-&-greet spot next to the entrance of the attraction with Flik and Princess Atta. Because I do remember meeting Flik there back in December 2011, that made a lot of sense. For Flik is the host of "It's Tough to Be a Bug!" and the Tree of Life is the home of "A Bug's Life."
So to be sure that if we still want the wilderness to be explored in Animal Kingdom, we should consider moving Dug and Russell in their "Wilderness Explorers Animal Kingdom Meet Up" to the trail that leads from Africa to Asia near Bradley Falls by Discovery River. That way, the Wilderness Explorers look more like they're in the jungles of Paradise Falls, South America.
While within that, we shall transform the character spot at "It's Tough to be a Bug!" where the Fastpass machines used to be, into a total and complete "Bug's Life" character meet-&-greet called "It's a Bug's Life in Paradise" where Flik will continue to meet and greet with Princess Atta permanently on a daily basis.
New character arrangements for Disney's Animal Kingdom that are bound to happen shortly. So let's sign, support, and bring Flik and Princess Atta back to Walt Disney World forever.
Please save them all!
I like the sound of this. I could use all the help to save my friends from "A Bug's Life."
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- I loved Flik and Princess Atta. In fact, my little brother came up to me one day saying, "I want to be like Flik, because no matter what anyone told him about messing things up, he always tried to fix the damage he did." I have never felt more proud as a sister that way. By taking him away, he would never meet his idol. Please do not do that to my brother.
- There's no need to retire characters from the parks.
- I love Disney, but removing Disney characters is crossing the line.