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TDIR2: Not So Happy Campers Part 2“Last time on Total Drama Island, thirty-seven teens found themselves at a crappy summer camp!” Chris announced. “Forced to endure disgusting food and less-than-desirable living arrangements, the drama is already starting to heat up on Total Drama Island!”More Like This
Cue theme song.
“The first part of your very first challenge is to jump off this one thousand foot high cliff into the lake!” Chris announced to the crowd of teens with a broad smile on his face.
“You cannot be serious!” DJ said.
“Piece of cake.” Bridgette commented to Cameron, who was looking doubtful.
“If you look down, you will see two marked areas. The wider ring represents the part of the lake that we have filled with psychotic, man-eating freshwater sharks! And insider that area you can see a smaller area - that is your target area; the part of the lake that we're about ninety percent sure is safe.”
“What do you mean 'ninety percent sure
TDIR1: Not So Happy Campers Part 1“Yo! We're coming at you live from Camp Wawanakwa, somewhere in Muskoka, Ontario! I'm you're host, Chris Maclean.” The man with shaggy black hair began to walk down the length of a dock, with a camera following his movement. “And we're dropping season one of the hottest new reality show on television right now!”More Like This
“So here's the deal: thirty-seven teens have volunteered spend ten weeks at this crummy old summer camp. They will compete in challenges against each other and then have to face the judgement of their fellow campers.” Chris looked increasingly pleased with himself. “Every two days, one team will either receive a reward or have to send one of their teammates home. For good.” Chris began to chuckle at a seemingly private joke. “We told our contestants that they'd be staying in a five star resort, so if they seem a little ticked off, that's probably why.”
Cue theme song.
“Everyone gather 'round! We nee
SanctuaryAfter their years being tortured on Total Drama, it was no wonder that such bonds had been forged between the competitors that several of them had chosen to live together once they all moved out on their own. But after years enduring some pretty awful shit as a team, some of the former contestants of Total Drama Island had such strong friendships that not living together seemed preposterous.More Like This
Izzy and Owen were back together again, and Noah hadn't seen either of them all morning, but he could take a hint from the “please join” sign that Izzy had hung on the her bedroom door and the suspicious lack of the ginger-haired psycho hosebeast that morning at breakfast. He really didn't want to think about what two of his best friends got up to behind closed doors, or why Izzy had a sign requesting additional participants.
If Cody hadn't been at Sam's for nearly three days straight for the Halo Tournament that Sam was hosting, Noah suspected that the blue eyed geek would have heeded
House Hunting"Noah. . ."More Like This
"Not again." I groaned at my girlfriend's tone. I was perhaps shorter with her than I ought to have been. "What's wrong with this one? Did the butterflies tell you bad things about this place? Is there a squashed spider on the wall or something? Oh, no, let me guess. A squirrel died in the attic half a century ago and their spirit is still restless."
She failed to notice the fact that I was mocking her alternative beliefs. "Don't worry, I still want to move in with you. And we will, but the energy in this house just isn't right for us."
"Of course." I snapped. She'd said the same thing about the other twenty-three apartments we'd looked at.
"I've seen it in the stars," she told me. "we'll be in our new place by Beltane."
Beltane was one of the many weird pagan holidays that Dawn celebrated, and one that she required me to celebrate with her. Beltane, a holiday exalting some long-forgotten fertility goddess, was one of the few bizarre ritual celebrations that I actually didn