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  • Stolen5487

    Is Izzy a hero or villain?

    September 10, 2017 by Stolen5487

    I have been thinking about this for quite some time. Would Izzy be considered a hero or a villain? Like if she was a contestant in TDAS would Chris put her on the Heroic Hamsters or Villainous Vultures? Now Izzy is a downright nutjob, she's even labeled "The Psycho Hosebeast" but I am not sure if she would really be considered a villain. I mean most of the time she doesn't really seem to be intending harm, just having fun. And while she doesn't have a whole lot of friends most of the contestants don't seem to hate her. I am not sure if I would call someone who was on the RCMP's top 10 most wanted, likes to blow up things and dresses as a bear to torment her team a "heroic" person. I don't know, Izzy always seem like one of those morally gr…

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  • Stolen5487

    Now we know in Sundae Muddy Sundae Courtney tried to get back on Gwen's good side and convince her to vote with her rather than against her after she was caught making an elimination chart planning to backstab Gwen and Scott despite promising to bring Gwen to the finale with her. Gwen however made the offer, that if Courtney votes for herself she will vote for Scott and talk Zoey into doing the same. The episode ending makes it a bit ambigous whether Courtney did her part and voted for herself or not. However, Chris does state that Courtney had three votes against her before flushing her. Now if Courtney voted for herself as Gwen said, and Gwen and Zoey voted for Scott then this DOES make sense. That means the votes would be:

    Courtney - Court…

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  • Stolen5487

    I hear a lot of people talking about how much a lot they are, I am here to prove they are written almost completely differently. Taylor is portrayed to be merely a Spoiled Brat while Amy is portrayed as being downright evil. To clarify, Taylor was raised to believe everything in life belongs to her and that it's fine to whine and hold your breath until you get what you want. Taylor was raised to believe that parents are servants who cater to their children's every whim, from her perspective there is nothing wrong with how she treats mother, it's perfectly acceptable and normal behavior. She was raised to believe that you don't need to work any for awards and trophies, that you can sit on your ass and talent will just come to you. That's wh…

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  • Stolen5487

    Aftermath Episodes

    March 21, 2017 by Stolen5487

    How do you guys feel about the Aftermath episodes? I personally never liked them, they felt like such obvious padding so that the seasons can reach their 26 episode limit, and boring padding at that. Like I can't recall any Aftermath I legitmately liked. While I am not a huge fan of the 13 episode seasons, I like that they did away with the Aftermath episodes. I really hope they don't go back to making Aftermaths if the show gets any new seasons.

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  • Stolen5487

    First blog! ]

    My question would this show really qualify as a show made for children? It has nudity, swearing, groin and breast jokes, quite a bit of violence, etc. The first episode alone has numerous inappropitate for children dialogue that I don't see how it would fly on a kids show such as Heather telling Duncan to "get bent" or DJ saying "Oh crap!" at the end of the episode. One of the World Tour challenges is singing about how they have to strip a guard down. It has several implications of inter-species romance such`as Blaineley intimately hugging a bear and lets not forget that plant named Larry who's baby looks very much like Chris. There's also gay jokes like Chris and Chef's occasional flirting with each other, one episode has Chri…

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