- Honestly, Harold more or less did succeed. While he may not have actually won a point, there were a lot of other contestants who did far worse than him. On the other hand, people like Heather and Trent did not face their fears nearly as bravely as others. Man, they really need to fire the guy in charge of these recaps.
- Why is it shocking that Tyler chickened out. Pretty sure that was obvious.
- Also, more needless cruelty to Tyler.
- This line. Has no. Energy
- Holy cow! This island really is haunted! They got a ghost to paint little red dashes on the map! This show had curses going around way before Beth got her hands on that idol.
- I get the joke about Geoff being empty-headed, but even if he didn't have a brain or skull…
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Okay, so everyone's doing this, so I'm gonna do it too.
Instead of just doing predictions, I want to also include things that I want to happen, even if they're less likely.
So, I'm doing a returnee season, just like everyone else. Wubdee doo, I'm original. I don't have a specific theme as far as challenges or contestants, but in terms of setting, I'd bet it'd be on an Island again. Boney Island is a possibility, but I think it'd be more likely to have a new island altogether. For now, let's just call it "Island #3."
Ideally, we'd have a cast of 20-24. I wouldn't mind if it was around 18, like World Tour, but I wouldn't want it to get lower than that. 26 episodes for sure. I'm gonna go with 24 contestants. There are 14 first generation contesta…
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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 ScrawnyLittleWhiteBoy, and this week, we'll be appreciating the Homeschooled Guy, Ezekiel!
Ever since Ezekiel first arrived to Camp Wawanakwa back in Season 1, he was... odd. Naive, sheltered, and clueless, Ezekiel proves that though he may have had a good education growing up, he knows nothing about the real world. He has the distinction of being the first conestent ever eliminated from the series. Despite doing well in the challenge, Ezekiel's social game came crashing dow…
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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 ScrawnyLittleWhiteBoy, and this week, we'll be appreciating the Normal Guy, Dave!
Dave was introduced with the rest of the third generation contestants, in the premiere of Total Drama Pahkitew Island. Among the wacky cast of wizards, princesses, beatboxers, evil villains, and pagenat queens, Dave immediately stands out as being just a run of the mill, normal guy. We see that he is very critical of others, and is easily frustrated and annoyed. He also very quickly proves that…
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In this series of blogs, I will analyze how Total Drama Island would have turned out differently if a given character had not done the one thing that landed them on the Boat of Losers. Of course, not all contestants can really be covered, as a lot of them didn't really do anything to cause their elimination, such as Bridgette, Justin, Courtney, Duncan, Leshawna, etcetera. They will not be covered. Also, some characters who were eliminated late in the series, like Heather, won't be covered, becasue the analysis would be incredibly short.
Also, I want to clear a couple things up. First of all, these blogs are not contingent on each other. Each one will be a fresh start. What happens in one of them will in no way affect the next, and everythin…Read more >