I was just wondering if you guys had a favorite themed six flags coaster (other than BM:TR)
For me it would have to be Viper @ SFoG. While it wasnt top notch it was very fitting. An excerpt from playride.com..................
The ride exited through the Swampwater Jack's shop which played off the theming found in the queue of a bayou swamp. A complete creek was built, an abandoned building, a small dock with boat, and opening year a burlap bag full of moving Viper snakes. The side of the station had a bayou mural and was topped with festive cajun Christmas lights.
And to add to this there were speakers around the area that played the sounds of crickets (spelling??) and night southren creatures. Another thing i liked about this ride is that it was always a walk on when i was there so the que actually felt as if you were on a trail to the backwoods of a georgia swamp.........
Viper at SFGAm is great too, love the snake effect (when it is working). Other then that, SFFT's Road Runner Express is well done, but the non mentionable (B:TR, specifically SFGAm) is still the best theming Ive seen at a SF park.
I like Deja Vu's theme. Every time someone goes to the que entrance, there's a sign that says "Deja Vu is closed today." And every time, people think to themselves, "Wow, I swear I've seen that before somewhere..."
I hope you're not talking about SFStL's Mr. Freeze, because it has no outdoor theming whatsoever. I seems more like a forest feel to it. The inside queue has no theming either, other than the fact that it is cold. The only theming I see to the coaster is the station.