We're officially one week into the season, and with last episode's non-elimination, we've still got 15 teams in the game (meaning I can't give an alternative to whatever the losing team might be doing right now. Maybe Laurie is continuing to maul Don up until their departure this episode? Go girl).
Now that the airings have caught up with the OnDemand/online spoilers, I don't have to write these despite knowledge of upcoming episodes (I kind of had to do that for Ellody/Mary early on, and even more unfortunately, for the group eliminated in this episode). It also means my reviews probably won't be up as quickly next week, since I can't start writing in advance (unless they pop up on Youtube or OnDemand *again*).This was also the episode tha…Read more >
Episode 5, and we're down to 15 teams. Ellody and Mary were left behind on the beach, where they're probably ignoring cute boys in favor of some washed-up jellyfish.
Yesterday's review was a bit too much of 'here's exactly what they did,' so I'm going to try to summarize a bit more today. I also mention that I had headcanon for one of this week's last 2 episodes, but it *isn't* today's. You'll have to come back tomorrow to see the biggest potential missed plotline that I had in mind. With that, here we go on today's updates!
Tom and Jen: They run screaming through the geyser field, with Jen's scream shattering a camera (told you her scream was grating!) They completely skirt the 'telephone' challenge by complimenting the girl's dress, which …
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I'm back folks! And so are 16 teams, ready to head to the South of France (they gave a specific location, but I have no idea how to properly spell it). Meanwhile, Gerry and Pete sail off into the Parisian night on a wheel of cheese...maybe that means Gerry saw the moon for the first time in 12 years!
Here comes some character updates for this episode. I've also got a little bit of how-I-would-have-done-it headcanon in mind based on this episode and its elimination, but I'll share that once the reviews are up! So stay tuned . . .
Tom and Jen: Tom fixes his hair as much as I do. Love how they channel Anne Maria with the spray tan. Naturally they meet a prince and score a yacht ride. Tom almost becomes shark-bait, and shrieks. PENALTY. For thei…
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Day 2 of my Ridonculous Race reviews, and the teams are off to Paris, minus Leonard and Tammy, who are probably still fruitlessly wandering in the Moroccan wilderness.
Like yesterday, I'll be updating my character analyses based on this episode, their plotlines, interactions, and potential. There have been some comparisons made between this round's contestants and previous Total Drama competitors, so I'll address just a few of those as the reviews go on. So, without further ado, here we go!
Tom and Jen: They are still my spirit animals. They're the cutest. It's also nice to see that they were concerned about Dwayne and Junior after their injuries (even though they caused it, whoops). Of course *they* would have free time in Paris. I like th…Read more >
First off, hey people, I'm new here. Long-time Total Drama fan, and a surprisingly long follower of this Wiki (since the World Tour days, basically), considering I haven't been a part of it until now. I tend to have some pretty deep opinions when it comes to the shows I watch (this, real-life reality TV, whatevs), so I figured, why not start blogging a bit once The Ridonculous Race comes out? So here I am now.
Early confession to get out of the way - yes, I've seen all 6 episodes that have come out on OnDemand already. Yes, I loved them. But no, you won't hear about episodes 3-6 here, because I'm new, and getting banned after 20 minutes on here would be particularly unfortunate. I'll offer some character opinions based on the first 2 episod…Read more >