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Now that I have that out of my system, on with the review.

So we start off with Cameron trying to fix his glasses, which have the ability of magically fix themselves, even the parts that aren't being held together by duct tape. Gwen and Cameron bond over the fact that they're not as evil as the rest of the villains. Why? Because Cameron isn't a villain. He's just not. Al seeks revenge against Heather because she dishonored his famirry. Strange, because I don't recall Heather really doing anything to humiliate him. Unless of couse he's referring to World Tour which was I don't know, two years ago?

Then we have Evil Mike, or "Malv" or "Mal" or whatever (either way it's not a real name) who broke Duncan's pocket knife. Just by the fact that his knife is suddenly broken is enough of a hint that Mal broke it. But you know, because the fanbase is obviously brain-dead and can't figure it out by themselves, they put an extra scene in there showing him breaking the knife.

"YOUR EARS ARE WRONG...AND SO IS YOUR FACE"

Speaking of brain-dead, Duncan thinks he's turning nice due to being on the Heroes team, so he comes up with a plan to be as unfunny as possible in order to hopefuly be switched back to the Villains. He even goes as far as to pronounce intestines "intestINEs". That's a little cringe-worthy.

It turns out the Chris Idol that was supposedly on Boney Island was never really on the island in the first place. Well, it was, but it was in a closed-off area saved specifically for that challenge. So I guess this challenge is a mix of Rapa-phooey, and Enchanted Franken-forest or something. What's with all the TDRI challenges? Why not do a challenge from one of the less suckier seasons? Honestly, I'm starting to warm up to the whole Scottney thing, their interactions are actually pretty good. Besides, every dirt farmer needs a hoe. -w-

A new season is confirmed featuring the "sweethearts vs. the bigger sweethearts" with less insane people. Sounds interesting enough. We get more awkward, uninteresting, cringe-worthy Mike-Zoey interactions, no idea what they're trying to accomplish here. I thought we were over this last season.

Please.

Chris f**ked a plant, and Courtney wonders how the TDRI contestants were able to get through such a bizzare season filled with mutant creatures. Thank you, Courtney. We see Heather going around trying to get people to vote off Alejandro. Good for her, she's actually starting to really play the game--WTF WHAT IS THIS.

...I take back what I just said. She find the idol and decides to PUT IT BACK IN CASE SHE NEEDS IT LATER. "OH THERE'S NO ONE WATCHING ME FROM BEHIND THAT ROCK LET ME JUST BLATANTLY PUT IT SOMEWHERE FOR SOMEONE ELSE TO FIND I'M SO CLEVER AND SMART."

"Wait for me and my pretty head!"

Zoey suggests bashing Mike's head in with a rock in order to bring his other personalities back, and Mike doesn't think that's a good idea. Gee, I wonder why. it wouldn't givd him a concussion and possibly leave a large dent in his skull or anything. And isn't that your boyfriend?

Duncan delivers more forced, dumb lines, and he's still on the Heroes team. Mike and Zoey are suddenly able to carry a giant, 500-pound egg nest with 40 giant eggs inside, and they win. Heather returns for idol, only to find it suprisinly missing. She thinks Chris took it for whatever twisted reason. Honestly, the whole thing with Heather is dumb. She would not have made these mistakes in TDI, and certainly not in Action or World Tour. Her and Duncan probably drank a half-gallon of stupid juice or something because they're really off their game. Seriously.

Meanwhile, Gwen pulls Courtney into a bush possibly giving her several scratches and asks her to vote with her or something, which she agrees to. Al is voted out, but in a SUPER SHOCKING twist, he pulls out Heather's idol, which of course she didn't see coming. Better yet, the one vote that counted was Al's, and he voted Heather.

So because of her sudden drop of IQ, she's out. Oh yeah, and Duncan recognizes Mike's whistling, saying "Mal" ran the juvie he was in. Kind of saw it coming. Man, what a headache. Not to say the episode was that bad, though I guess anything's Oscar-worthy after Moon Madness1. Some of the jokes were funny, and...that's about it. Other than that it was just showing the death of the two most focused-on characters. Chris f**ked a plant.

Pros: Couple funny lines, Scottney is growing on me
Cons: Heather and Duncan went full ret**d, Cameron isn't a villain, Al's still walking on his hands
Rate: 6/10

Mygeto came up with that.

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