Aelric - 2008-06-20 i went to DZ once with my mom to pick up my cousin. i saw all the laughing children and wished i were one of them. i begged and begged my folks to take me. they never did. now i'm gay.
Jeff Fries - 2008-06-20 Until The Jungle showed up, then it was some little kid shit.
Xenocide - 2008-06-20 Yeah, after I began reading Upton Sinclair novels I had no time for Discovery Zone.
Aubrey McFate - 2008-06-20 Loved some Discovery Zone back in the day.
almo - 2008-06-20 I bet those balls are coated in aged urine.
13.5 - 2008-06-20 Kids barf in the little tubes. Grown men have to crawl into these tubes practically holding the barf-cleaning rag in their mouths to get access and clean it up. Alert Friedrich Engels.
Camonk - 2008-06-20 Ho. Lee. Shit. That looks awesome. -1 star because they won't let me in now that I'm a growed up.
DMKA - 2008-06-20 DZ went bankrupt and shut down in like 1999.
I never got to go to one. My grandma was trendy and only took us to Chuck E. Cheeses instead.
This commercial brings back memories though.
Caminante Nocturno - 2008-06-20 I knew someone who worked at at DZ. He said that child urine was basically an unavoidable part of everyday life there.
RockBolt - 2008-06-20 Between DZ and Big Fun my immune system never had a chance to get fat and lazy and start picking fights with peanuts and gluten instead, haha
Xenocide - 2008-06-20 There was never one of these anywhere near me, so I had to settle for Chuck E. Cheese instead. Their ballpit was smaller than in the commercials, and contained far less discovery.
However, it blew DZ away for terrifying animtronic animal bands.
panipuri - 2008-06-20 I too went to a DZ as a child. I remember the tubes smelling like socks and body odor. Man it was a great time.
Senator_Unger - 2008-06-20 Does the fact I can now remember commercials from RetroJunk.com make me old?
1394 - 2008-06-20 A commercial less than 10 years old? No, it does not.