Crap, forgot that one. Used that quite a bit as well.
Also, IllumiNations and Wishes (the Epcot and Magic Kingdom fireworks respectively) are shown every day. Fantasmic at Disney Hollywood Studios is not. So make sure you get over there to see it on the day it’s shown and get in line early, cos it’s ungodly popular since they reduced the amount of times it’s shown a week.
One of the more interesting experiences on my trip was the “pre-show” leading up to Fantasmic. The time of year I went was very popular with tour groups of teenagers from Brazil. They filled much of the Fantasmic stadium the night I went, and leading up to the show they did “The Wave” for a solid 10-15 minutes. It was quite a sight.
They usually do two Fantasmic shows a night, and the second show tends to be less crowded, so it’s usually better to go to the second one.
And as to Animal Kingdom, I don’t get why it’s “fake” either. It’s not like they have a bunch of audio-animatronic animals instead of the real ones - Dinosaur! excepted of course for obvious reasons. My only real complaint with it was that the safari ride was the only way to see many of the animals. Busch Gardens in Tampa has African animals beside the ride part of the park, allowing you to walk along and see the animals in addition to their safari ride. I’m also used to the large natural-habitat zoo we have here in North Carolina, which has an extensive African section.