Hello, I'm Raised By Wolves and welcome to my Total DramaRama Reviews! Today, we'll be reviewing the second episode of the show. The episode just came out, so needless to say...
The episode starts off with everyone playing outside, when Chef Hatchet announces that story time is beginning. This was really cute, I loved story time as a kid. Meanwhile, Duncan is still at his antics from the previous episode, trying out escape plans. This time, his plot is a little less complex than last time with the vents. He's put in-universe version of Pop Rocks candy onto clay, and he's planning on using it to make the gate of the daycare explode. Izzy, in her normal adorable fashion, is fascinated by Duncan's creation (a possible allusion to Up the Creek?)…
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Hello, I'm Raised By Wolves and welcome to my Total Dramarama Reviews! Today, we'll be reviewing the very first episode of the show. The episode just came out, so needless to say...
The plot begins with Owen showing off his new "Uber bouncy ball" to Noah, Duncan and the others. He gets warned that Chef takes all toys brought from home, but then peer pressured into showing everyone how cool the ball is. As foreshadowed, Chef arrives and takes the ball from Owen, putting it in his safe. Izzy sees the code, which opens up the rest of the plot. Duncan inspires everyone to help Owen recover his ball – which was really just a cover up for his real plan, to escape the daycare. They go through the vents, and manage to open the safe. They come upon a…
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Hey everyone! Welcome to Total Drama Island, But Everyone is LGBTQ+, a collaboration blog by me, Raised By Wolves, The Flaming Sword of Fury, and Gogogadget831. As is quite evident in the show, everyone's sexuality is straight. In this blog, we're analyzing how Total Drama Island would be different if it included LGBT+ characters*. For the sake of exploring as many possibilities as possible, nearly every character's sexuality has been changed.
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Welcome to Character Appreciation, a blog series that will run for the whole year alongside Project 10. Each week we'll take a look at one Total Drama character, what we like and dislike about them, how they've grown, and what we hope to see from them in the future. I'm Raised By Wolves, and this week, we'll be analyzing one of my all-time favorites, The Jock, Tyler!
Tyler debuts in Not So Happy Campers - Part 1 as a member of the first generation cast and the Killer Bass. He gains an interest in Lindsay, and is the second person to jump off the cliff in the very first challenge. He's also the second person to ever receive a symbol of immunity in the entire show. While his screentime goes to the back burner in The Big Sleep, Tyler provides e…
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Hello, and welcome to Total Drama: Survival Edition, where twenty-four teenagers are locked in a large mansion together and forced to escape. There's only one exit, and only one person can go through before the exit collapses on itself, making it impossible to pass through. This means that the teens have to make sure they're the only ones who can possibly go through. How do you accomplish that? By eliminating the competition, of course. A wide array of weaponry and other useful things for murder have been provided for your convenience by the mastermind of this killing game.
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The last thing you remember is driving to the mall with your best friends, when the car crashed, and you were tied up and blindfolded. Strang…Read more >