- "More flags, more fun. Six Flags!"
- ―Mr. Six[src]
When Dan Synder took control of Six Flags and installed Mark Shapiro as CEO of the company on November 29, 2005, one of their first plans of action was to retire Mr. Six despite his massive popularity.
Mr. Six's Pandemonium
- Main article: Mr. Six's Pandemonium
Mr. Six's Pandemonium (now Pandemonium) was a spinning roller coaster at Six Flags New England. Manufactured by Gerstlauer and designed by Werner Stengel, it opened on April 16, 2005, and was conceived as a new roller coaster that families would be attracted to. For unknown reasons, the Mr. Six theming was removed in 2007, and the ride was renamed to simply "Pandemonium".
Mr. Six's Dance Coaster
- Main article: Mr. Six's Dance Coaster
Mr. Six's Dance Coaster was a cancelled theme for the relocation of Road Runner Express from Six Flags Magic Mountain. It was officially announced on January 28, 2010 as one of the park's new attractions for the 2010 season, but it's opening was later delayed to 2011 due to construction delays.
Mr. Six's Splash Island
Six Flags Magic Mountain version
- Main article: Mr. Six's Splash Island (Six Flags Magic Mountain)
Mr. Six's Splash Island was a water play area in Hurricane Harbor at Six Flags Magic Mountain. It was announced in 2010, and was originally set to open along with Mr. Six's Dance Coaster, though the roller coaster was delayed to 2011 due to construction delays. It opened on May 29, 2010.
Six Flags New England version
- Main article: Mr. Six's Splash Island (Six Flags New England)
- ↑ Nudd, Tim (November 30, 2005). Six Flags' Mr. Six to get deep-sixed. Adweek.
- ↑ Grant, Megan (January 16, 2018). Who Is The Six Flags Dancing Man? Danny Teeson Is Actually A Choreographer & The Internet Is In Love. Bustle.