^ What happend was we were at Hersheypark the night before and the following day. This was during that 7-10pm preview time and we were the last two for the seats so we got to stay on the train for the last 4 runs to get everyone a chance to ride in the front row. The last two rides, people who got out of the train found other seats and got back on, then on the final run Derek and I yelled to the rest of the group that they allowed them to come back up the exit for the final run of the night.
When we left we stopped by Guest Relations and gave an excellent report on how the Ride-Ops handled the two line jumpers, then giving us additional rides on SR at the end of the night. I still laugh when I heard Robb first say to the lady at guest relations, "I'd like to report on how awful this park is...just kidding."
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