The Wesaysoland

The Wesaysoland, also known as "WESAYSOLAND" and "WESAYSO Land", is a sprawling corporate-run family amusement park built by the WESAYSO Corporation that was a classic example of a Circus of Fear and the central antagonists of the episode "Variations on a Theme Park" of the 1991 family sitcom TV show Dinosaurs, in which the Sinclair family were forced into going to the theme-park due to Baby Sinclair's constant whining.

Wesaysoland was built and owned by WESAYSO as a magical way for WESAYSO employees and their families to take advantage of the newly instituted "vacation," and to spend money. Their target market is the young, the young at heart, and according to B.P. Richfield, "fat worthless tubs" like Earl Sinclair and Roy Hess.

This family entertainment park was created in a single day, following the institution of vacations, through imagination, ingenuity, and a relaxed attitude towards building codes.

At first, WESAYSO Land seemed to be a rather unpleasant but by no means evil place, with rides that either did not function or that were simply ways to con people out of money - however as WESAYSO Land soon became a real threat as it was revealed that once one entered the park they were literally imprisoned there in a style not unlike a police-state.

The park is a wasteland of unfinished rides, expensive concessions, and cheerful corporate mascots such as Moola the Cash Cow. Television in the park's hotel is limited to a stream of infomercials, all featuring B.P. Richfield, extolling the virtures of Wesaysoland.


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  • The Wesaysoland park is a thinly veiled parody of Disneyland and Walt Disney World


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