In "Fart-Topia", when Terry McFist takes over McFist Industries, it is changed into Windee World and uses "wind power", which Randy refers to as "fart power". However, the wind power from cows isn't enough, so Terry starts kidnapping people. When the Ninja foils his plans, Terry gives McFist Industries back to Hannibal, who returns the place to Whoopee World.
In "Randy Cunningham: 13th Century Ninja", it is shown to have existed in ancient Norrisville with wooden attractions.
The theme park serves as the main setting for the episode "Whoopee 2: The Wrath of Whoopee 2", wherein an evil version of the mascot tries to off the original.
Rides and Attractions
- Whoopee World Frightacular
- Bumper Cars
- Spinning Cups
- Roller Coaster
- Whoopee Winner
- Whoopee Water Park
- Live on Stage
- Whoopee World is an obvious spoof of the real world amusement park Six Flags.
- Whoopee World might also spoof Chuck E. Cheese, a real life restaurant chain noted for its animatronic anthropomorphic animal figures.
- McFist Industries employees go to Whoopee World on Wednesdays.
- Because Viceroy fails to defeat the Ninja in "Viva El Nomicon", McFist buys Whoopee World and bans Viceroy.
- However, Viceroy's ban seems to have been lifted in later episodes.
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