Just because the Bugs Bunny area isn't listed, doesn't mean it won't be there. Triple Play is not listed, and I asked them, and said it will be operating next year. I also asked them about the Lazy River in the waterpark, and they said it's still going to be there. That's not listed on there website.
The only rides that won't be operating next year for sure are: Space Shuttle America, Deja Vu, and Splash Water Falls. I'm guessing that Trailblazer will still not be fixed, and they will probably do nothing with it. Theatre Royale won't have shows in it either.
I highly doubt that the Bugs Bunny area is going anywhere. Six Flags is focusing on more family fun and appealing more to the toddler and young child set, so I don't see them removing a kids area, especially for something that would require a huge capital hit to build.
That another person thinks the Chicago park is doomed from new thrilling coasters?
If you guys can't accept what Shapiro is doing right now, then by all means, don't visit the park. The family aspect is in full swing right now to balance out these parks. I am more then willing to be patient and see what happens in the future.
Family aspect of the Six Flags parks! "Mommy, why are they gettin on now!?" ... "Because, honey, they have more money than we do." Still makes me very sick just to think they would even offer such a thing.
Now if it was like 5x as expensive, and the money went to a good cause, then we might be able to talk about it.
Still wondering why jeremy is using y'all...too much Paula Deen perhaps? :)
P.S. For good reading right now, I have to recommend "I am America (and so can you!)." I am Stephen Colbert's second-biggest fan. That's as far as you can go...Stephen is the master of his own fan-dom. ;)