Paper mario quiz answers
I think we can all agree that Nintendo never gave this game a chance to prosper. A whole 2 weeks after it’s release a certain hybrid-console was revealed, eliminating a majority of the discourse surrounding this game.
2023.06.07 09:47 Pascal5207 I think we can all agree that Nintendo never gave this game a chance to prosper. A whole 2 weeks after it’s release a certain hybrid-console was revealed, eliminating a majority of the discourse surrounding this game.
2023.06.07 09:44 SpectralPiano A Mario music quiz I made with software I am developing (I could only get 8/100, lol)
2023.06.07 09:39 SpectralPiano A Mario quiz video I made with software I am developing (I could only get 8/100, lol).
2023.06.07 09:34 __strawberry___ y'all let's go and set the papers on fire
the only way i'm getting an A is by starting a new career as an arsonist setting those damn mcq papers on fire so they're forced to give us all As as compensation. who's in?
no but fr the paper wasn't too bad except sm questions required so much time to be spent on them💀 like they should seriously consider extending the time for chem p1 BECAUSE HOW AM I SUPPOSED TO CORRECTLY DO EVERY CALCULATION IN THE FIRST HALF AND THEN SOMEHOW HAVE THE ENERGY LEFT FOR DOING ORGANIC😭 organic wasn't all that bad but god damn i ran outta time and had to guess and randomly answer for the first time in my life😭😭 im fucked man
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2023.06.07 09:05 gray_iPad 9701/12 Answers cross-checking
Paper was not that good and I made a lot of guesses but I wrote down my answers on my SOE. Has anyone else got all of their answers so I can cross-check it with a few people and get an idea of what I might have scored?
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2023.06.07 09:03 JuniperChaos Jim is fine, you're not looking at the whole picture if you think he's "annoying" or "is a conspiracy nut"
Since Season 1 of the show, Jim has been trying to search for answers. Like a rational human being trapped in a seemingly Silent Hill hellscape dimension.
Him and Jade spent a ton of time using their technical minds to create a communication tower. Which clearly lit a fire under others who maybe stopped trying for awhile like your Boyd's and the Priest who started looking for answers themselves. It all went to hell, but Jim got a response. Rationally he assumes it might be human. Sure it could be the monsters, it could be a lot of things. But the point that leads him to a completely rational thought of being watched like lab rats is the fact that they knew their names and exactly what his wife was doing.
Get to season 2 and NOBODY wants to talk about it. Tabitha as far as I remember has just kept all her info from Jim, and has been tunnel vision (no pun intended) about these dead children she keeps seeing and what went down in those caves/tunnels.
Jim tries to talk to Donna who is the only other person that actually heard it. But she at least told him that she didn't want him to stop, but basically she has her hands full with keeping bellies full, and now dealing with this sudden blight in the crops.
Boyd completely shut him down because he was tripping over his blood worms and the ballerina he keeps seeing. Then kills Smiley, and didn't even tell it to one of the few people like Jim or Jade who are as eager for answers themselves about it.
Jade seemingly doesn't care about this tower anymore and just wants to figure these symbols he keeps seeing. Tunnel vision like Tabitha.
So fast forward to Jim wandering around town lost in thought because nobody wants to just bring their minds together and ask some questions like a team. Skinhead Randall is just flying a kids drone around right over Jim's head.
So now Jim who has had no interaction with Randall since the collapsing house, didn't see any of his childish tantrums as far as I remember. Figures, "well I can thank him real quick and see if maybe I can borrow his help with that drone to get the only flying device in this hell and try to make contact with whatever I spoke to again".
Because I'm sure if the monsters wanted to chat, Jim would sit by the window and ask a hundred questions. But all they do is say the same things "you should come outside" "you should open the doowindow", but whatever or whoever was on that radio, sounded like someone in charge, or at least can see what is going on. He may not get them to let them go, but if he can get some kind of answer as to where they are, and what is going on. It's something to go off of as he searches for his next clue. Clue's that could be for everyone if they all just worked together!
Randall seeding the idea of a double-agent is obviously going to cause some friction, whether it's true or not. But it's also not a bad question to ask when there a plenty of oddly complacent residents who are making no effort to figure things out as far as Jim can tell since nobody wants to talk about things, and when you have a random voice on the radio tell you they know exactly who you are and what you're doing. It's not insane to think that either
A. There must be hidden camera's or something all around us. Microphones, something!
B. Someone here, who knows our name, and what we've been doing in the house, is relaying this back to whoever is pulling the strings in this Lovecraft nightmare.
So Jim has been completely fine, compared some characters who are succumbing to their hallucinations and trauma so badly they don't even want to talk to most people or any. Jade and Tabitha have basically been turning into Victor's, lost in thought, scribbling on paper, and talking to people less and less.
Randall sucks, but he's also got something Jim needs, and is literally the only person talking to him. It wasn't a drink at the bar and tell me about your thoughts on politics conversation. Randall probably isn't long for this show unless they want to make him a continuing thorn in the side of these characters.
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2023.06.07 09:03 grumpygirl333 How was it? Chemistry Paper 2 0620
How was the paper? For me I think the biggest issue was time management, because we only had like 45 minutes :( Overall though, not too hard honestly, but there were tricky questions. What did you get for the last Q's? Any Answers ?
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2023.06.07 08:49 VerniGreen Prisoner stripped of his constitutional right to marry by the DOC
My fiancé is in state prison and we had set September 2023 as our date to get married for over a year. Back then, you could get married twice a year, once in the spring (in April) and in the fall (in September), when the register of deeds would be present to check on your spouse’s identity.
In January, I reached out to the county’s register of deeds who gave me September 23rd as a pending fall date for weddings. I then started getting papers together and reached out to my homeland’s Consulate (I’m not a US citizen) to get the certificate I needed to then get my marriage certificate transcribed in my homeland.
In March, the DOC changed the wedding policy. It states than inmates are allowed to get married but there will be no celebration. Except it needs to be solemnized to be valid… the DOC came up with an illegal policy.
In April, the Register of Deeds told me they had reached out to the DOC to let them know they would no longer deliver licenses for prison weddings and that the policy needed to be revamped.
In May, I emailed the Secretary of Corrections to discuss the subject. She forwarded me to the Director of Prisons who assured me that the policy had been “ran through their legal counsel” and that it was “legal”. I asked her if she could explain me how to proceed to get married because I felt like something was missing… so she forwarded me to the DOC’s general counsel, who finally told me the policy was indeed “not compliant with State statutes”.
We’re three months and 16 days away. The DOC’s general counsel doesn’t answer my email anymore, and in my last contact with the Register of Deeds yesterday, there was no progress made.
I got the certificate from the Consulate dated April 18th and it’s valid for a year, meaning the fall date is my only change to get married because I have to redo the fastidious process (money wise and time wise) that it was to get it.
We believe that we’re getting “punished” because of the DOC’s incompetence and that he’s being stripped from his constitutional right to get married.
Should I “threaten” to sue to pressure them into revamping their policy faster? Should I contact a lawyer?
Thank you for reading this book 😬 and thank you for your help!
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2023.06.07 08:41 Future-Yoghurt1789 9701/12- guess and say Bismillah typa paper fr
Guessed like 9 questions lmaoo😭. Apart from that, the rest of the paper including organic chemistry wasn't too difficult. Only problem was WTF WAS CAMBRIDGE THINKING WHEN THEY DECIDED TO GIVE LIKE 12 CALCULATION QUESTIONS😭that too they weren't easy (apart from a few). However I'm hoping to score at least a 30. How did you guys find it? What grades are you predicting to score for chem? Any predictions about the threshold too?(Oh and ignore the flair, don't discuss answers here cos I don't wanna think about the paper anymore💀)
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2023.06.07 08:30 Shazan_Atomic_Hulk Just wait on.
Hi all. For the MCQ's, just wait till everyone is done with their papers, before sharing and discussing the questions, doubts and answers, it's just a few more hours! Or else, you will get banned.
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2023.06.07 08:25 Berenbos I have rarely been as offended as I am right now
2023.06.07 08:11 Outrageous_Paper3015 Itni himmat kha se aati hai inke paas 💀
2023.06.07 07:53 GaryGaulin POLL: Is Agnosticism now missing (on scientific grounds only) group effort "Doctrine" as did (on religious grounds only) Gnosticism?
Thomas Huxley made sure everyone was up to date in science. Agnosticism only cared about what can on scientific grounds be professed/explained. No philosophy required. A scientist level challenge.
To find out where you are in your knowledge/beliefs the first question someone like Thomas would ask you is like what I might:
What can you on scientific grounds explain about how we were "created" including an "Adam and Eve"?
Having something new for information in answer would be included in what Thomas and his friends were like scribes publishing. Gnostics had their doctrine, Agnostics had theirs in the form of science papers, which are still revered today, in academia.
Some do not want Agnosticism to teach anything, or should. But I do. And educator Thomas Huxley would expect it. Do you? All who answer yes are welcome to add their thoughts in comments, for what that would look like in this sub. View Poll
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2023.06.07 07:36 AAAInvestigator Background Check San Francisco – AAA Discreet Investigations
2023.06.07 07:31 Previous_Practice155 Microsoft Rewards Bing Entertainment News Quiz Questions and Answers (6-7-2023)
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2023.06.07 07:03 VisualCurrent8670 Chatgbt taking credit for my work?
Note I use chatgbt but only as idea generator. When I do incorporate it into my writing it is completely different then what chatgbt gave me. I checked on multiple AI checker it says 100% human written but chatgbt's answer is concerning. I even gave one of my papers I wrote before chatgbat existed and it even took credit for that.
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2023.06.07 06:54 Hot_Run_2738 Which paper Mario partner is better from the recent two games? And why?
2023.06.07 06:43 Tesla-Ranger average distance between points in a volume
(4th Edition), pg. 72 reads:
Given a region of space of volume V, and some number of points N distributed at random inside that region, then the average distance between two neighboring points is about 1.12 × cube root of (V/N). (This assumes that the region of space has a simple shape, but it doesn't have to be a sphere – a cubic volume that can conveniently be drawn on standard graph paper will do.)
Three questions, two of which might be answered by the first one:
- How is this formula derived? I can't find it online anywhere.
- Where does the constant 1.12 come from?
- Is there a different formula for use on a 2-D plane?
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2023.06.07 06:40 aGuynamedJamesinSD Abandoned by spouse
So my wife wanted a trial separation and I should support her on this it will be good for both of us. However it seems she has abandon me and our kids. I am disabled and she was the only real source of income to pay the bills and everyday living expenses. My son is paying most of it now and we rented out the extra rooms to pick up the difference. I keep hoping that she will figure it out and come hom. it seem she has entered another relationship though. So I asked why are we still married then? Her answer was that she knows if we both signed the papers that she will lose me as a friend forever and she doesn't want to ever lose that. I am wondering about that answer. Is there any reason for her to keep it for a timeframe just to show that we are ok on our own without her paying for anything so she can get out of possible judgments against her?
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2023.06.07 06:19 VajraShoyru Who should I contact about a plethora of problems I've been having in training?
A few months ago, I made a post on this subreddit asking about unrelated things regarding how I could get hired since my current job at that point in time was more toxic than I could handle. I finally got hired about a month and a half ago, and I still have many questions and one BIG concern.
As the title states, there are many problems I've had since we started, but let's start at the beginning - I am a young man with autism who is on Social Security Disability Income, or SSDI; I can only work around 20-25 hours per week in order to keep my benefits. During my search for a new job, I was reaching out to other stores desperately trying to get hired on as a pharmacy tech in-training. I finally found that the store manager of what is now my home store could see that I had the qualifications and she said "well how about I just send you a job offer right now?" I was overjoyed, having been witness to daily acts of violence from a few coworkers at my now-previous job, and as soon as I got the offer, I put my two-weeks notice in at that place.
Non-orientation shift one, I trained on the soundless computer (had some trouble understanding some modules without sound, though) with my scrubs going MIA, and ended up being there 4 hours total. I headed back to the same store on shift two, still with no scrubs, and was told "you need to do this at a training store". I was placed in contact with a scheduler person working from a store in a town an hour away from me, and as kind and patient as he is with me, therein lies my first gripe: he is annoyingly hard to get ahold of. It is like pulling teeth dealing with trying to learn my weekly schedule in advance, and even then I've not worked much since I got hired (but that's getting ahead of myself).
Shift two for real arrives, I do just fine, but when I come in for shift three, the training store's manager approaches me and asks "where are your scrubs? You can't work dressed like that" (I was wearing a nice shirt and a pair of nicer shorts). She was super-confused as to why I didn't have them...because I honestly DIDN'T have them. I contacted the home store where I had ordered them to be taken to, but they didn't have them either so I was sent home. A day or so later, though, I got my scrubs picked up finally and washed them, wore them for shift three, and it also went fine.
Things start to really unravel for me when I get to shift 4's training guide (which was really day-of-work 5, since it took me two separate days to finish the shift 3 guide, but whatever, refer to this one as 4), however. I get told upon starting that guide's recommended modules that I'll need sound to finish the entire set of modules...remember when I said that the home store didn't have sound on their training machines? Yeah, neither does the training store. I get told to just shadow again, which goes fine for a bit before I go back to try a no-sound-required module. It tells me to shadow on phone calls.
"Well, we don't get a lot of calls, so just skip that one and don't do it..." the pharmacist on duty told me. This raised a red flag to me immediately - I can imagine in my line of work now I will be receiving and taking many calls. How am I meant to learn it without...y'know...learning it? The rest of the shift goes pretty awkwardly, too, with a rise in orders that either use expired drugs, or are somehow different than a run of the mill prescription.
Then payday comes, and with it, the most devastating news regarding a new job I've taken that I think I've ever experienced.
I was not paid for training shifts 2 through 5 whatsoever. I was given a few reasons why, but I don't think any of them add up for any reason other than incompetence. You see, I was told quite a few times that "while you're at the training store, do not run the drive through, do not clock in and out using their computer since you're not an employee at that store, but please do turn in your paper pay slip before your next payday". I had followed that advice to the letter, but I was only paid for the first shift I had done at the home store - the four-hour one with no scrubs worn, no training store involved - with absolutely zero of the training store shifts counted. I called the pharmacy manager at my home store - he didn't really apologize as much as make excuses ("you brought your pay slips in after the pay period cutoff date!" which was NOT true, nor what I was told to do initially) and a half-assed attempt at saying "I'll put it in for an off-schedule payment but it won't be until Wednesday or Thursday that you'll get it". I called HR and they weren't super helpful either, suggesting that the reason was ONLY because I had not clocked in or out using the time clock on the computers up-front. To top it all off, I spoke with my scheduler guy (the dude who's really hard to contact) and while he did apologize for the confusion about it all, he also insultingly scheduled me only one day this week (tomorrow as of this post, which has even more insult to injury as that's actually my IRL birthday, meaning I had to cancel some plans)...and that's it.
I have had some pretty wild conversations with my father about getting a new job squared away with training, but needless to say, neither of us are impressed with how CVS has handled any of this. He was absolutely floored when I told him "hey Dad, I got a work schedule for this week, ten AM to three PM tomorrow, and that's all I got!" Everyone's answer as to why I was not paid properly for my current training seems to be different, and I'm kind of at a loss. On top of that, I do not feel like a single day out of a five-day work week would be enough to teach me much of anything and have it stick wtih me, especially when the machines have no sound when sound is required to hear what the modules are saying!
I've already put in a ticket on myHR. I'm not sure what to do until then...I do love the people at my training store; they're kind and teach me well, but they don't have any hours to take me in, and I really would rather not return to my assigned home store at this point. My home store is also 20 minutes away from me, compared to under 5 for another store in my area that I could probably get hired at, (but that's another story entirely); it made sense at the time to just take the job no matter how far away it was, but to try and confront the pharmacy manager about this again if it doesn't get resolved is kind of wasting gas in my car, not to mention the kind manager that hired me in the first place left the company around my fourth day of work. I honestly feel like they're going to miss the second and third days I worked on this rectification, since I had to call my home store's pharmacy manager and verbally tell him when I worked for those shifts, and that was before all the "I didn't get paid" stuff happened!
What should I do? I'm kind of shocked that this happened at all...
EDIT for a tl;dr - I was given a bunch of conflicting directions for the very few shifts I've worked since being hired recently, and it resulted in me not being paid for four shifts.
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2023.06.07 05:30 xtremexavier15 TSROTI 6 (pt 2)
"What do you mean I'm liable if the yeti eats Lindsay?" Chris asked frantically, his cellphone now against his ear while he continued to fan himself. "It's not my fault she's popular!" The camera zoomed out to show the host on the Dock of Shame, the two teams watching him intently a few feet away. "Gotta go," he quickly told the person he was talking to, quickly transitioning into a laugh as he turned his attention back to the campers.
"He-he-hey! For our next challenge, the two teams will...," he paused to think, "compete to rescue Lindsay!" he announced, causing the campers to share confused and disbelieving looks with one another. "Yup, that's it! Everyone grab a canoe and head to Boney Island!" The campers promptly ran off down the dock, leaving Chris to laugh nervously. "It's all good!" he reassured himself.
The scene flashed ahead to the two teams rowing across the lake, the Rats in a red canoe in the background with the Maggots in green in the fore.
"So it turns out the 6-way outfit we put on for the yeti did not suit his tastes," Anne Maria sighed.
"I'm sorry, guys," Katie apologized to her team. "Usually, my family and friends back home love my fashion tips. I thought it'd apply to the yeti as well."
"If it makes you feel any better, I enjoy your fashion tips," DJ comforted her.
"You do?" Katie's eyes lit up in anticipation.
"Absolutely. You just wanted us to feel involved in a way, even if it did backfire," DJ said. "It was almost, katchy, to say the least."
"You're too sweet," Katie cheered up.
Molly noticed a fog back. "Brace yourselves. We're about to enter Boney Island."
"That's good to know," Katie said as the fog moved away and cut to the island they were approaching, the skull-shaped mountain looming ominously as hollow, whooping cries echoed across the water.
A seamless cut ahead took the scene to Scarlett, Trent, and Scott running through the slightly-barren woods of Boney Island one right after the other. "Lindsay! Where are you?" Trent called, and the camera zoomed in on Scott's rather scheming face.
"Chris is gonna merge the teams any day now," Scott said. "It's time to start getting serious. Trent is a nice guy, and I'll need someone like him to help with the votes."
Trent was shown panting as he ran along with worry in his eyes, and the camera panned back to Scott as he cleared his throat. "Trent, can I talk to you for a second?"
Hearing that one, Trent looked back and promptly slowed down as Scott ran up closer to him. "Could it wait? We have to rescue Lindsay from that sasquatch."
"I know that," Scott said. "I just wanted to say that I feel bad for Leshawna taking your guitar from you."
"I just don't get why she'd take my most prized possession," Trent sighed. "That guitar was given to me by my uncle, and I promised to never let anything happen to it."
Scott showed a bit of remorse after hearing that. "That's... really tragic," Scott responded. "But hey, Leshawna's gone, and even if we don't have B on our team, that doesn't make us stupid or weak."
"So maybe Scott has a sensitive side to him," Trent confessed.
Scott simply shrugged and let out an "eh" sound.
The scene skipped ahead again, showing Geoff coming to a halt. "Guys!" he called out panting, pointing up and ahead. "The sasquatch!" The camera panned up and ahead to a cliff with scaffolding set up on its face and Sasquatachanakwa sitting with Lindsay at the top.
"Aw, it's okay, yeti." Lindsay cooed, patting the purple sasquatch on the arm. "The world just isn't ready for beauty like yours." The sasquatch wiped a tear away from his eye. "You're like a snowflake, but like a lot bigger. Like, I mean, a lot."
"What's with all the scaffolding?" Scott asked, the camera cutting back to ground-level to show that the rest of the cast had arrived.
"I'm turning Boney Island into my personal resort," Chris explained as he and Chef arrived. "The Health Department said it was unfit for human life, but I sent in workers anyway," he continued, the cast giving each other incredulous looks. "Hmm...wonder where they went?" the host asked with an oddly sly smile.
A flash took the focus to a gruesome scene of human bones and workers' clothes scattered around some rocks in the forest. The camera panned to the right along gnawing sounds, and a trio of wooly beavers coming into view chewing on bones and wearing hard hats and pouring out a cup of hot coffee from a thermos.
"Don't hurt him!" Lindsay called down to the campers. "He just has big, hairy body issues!"
"Luckily, that's not a problem for me! We gotta take that yeti out!" Dave declared to his team.
"I know what to do!" Katie immediately declared. She threw her makeup bag and watched as it flew up and hit Sasquatchanakwa.
The bag exploded to reveal that he was now wearing Molly's headband, Scarlett's glasses, Anne Maria's blouse, DJ's shorts, Katie's socks, and Dave's sneakers, but they were colored all in pink unintentionally.
Everyone laughed at Sasquatchanakwa, but this only angered the sasquatch even more, causing him to jump up and down.
"In retrospect, we probably should've double checked to see if there was any pink dye in our bag!" Dave confessed sheepishly.
"I wasn't trying to make the sasquatch look bad. I was trying to stop him from kidnapping people," Katie told the viewers. "That sounds about right."
The raging ape-man jumped across the clifftop, his landings shaking through the stone and causing parts of the scaffolding to come lose – the right side of the top level, then the left side of the next, then right side of the level below that, and the left side of the very bottom level providing a convenient series of ramps up the side of the cliff. He then took off the clothes designed on him, rolled it into a ball, and chucked it at Katie, knocking her out.
The camera panned over to the Maggots, the members huddled together with the exception of Katie. "There are four poles holding up the scaffolding and five of us. Anne Maria, Molly, Dave, and I will climb the poles to draw the yeti's attention. As the strongest and most comparable to the yeti in size, DJ can run up the platforms and confront it directly," Scarlett told the plan to her team.
"I'll go up to the yeti, but I don't want to harm him," DJ said. "It's just not me."
"As long as we rescue Lindsay, I'm fine with what we're doing," Molly shrugged.
"And what about Katie?" Anne Maria pointed to the sleeping girl.
"Let her rest until she regains consciousness," DJ told his team. "She got hit pretty bad."
"How are we gonna rescue Lindsay before they do?" Scott asked as the focus cut over to the Rats watching their rivals put their plan into action.
"We could get someone prettier than Lindsay to lure the yeti away?" Geoff suggested.
"With me, Scott, and Geoff being males, there's no chance of the both of us charming him," Trent said.
"I have makeup, but without a mirror, I can't see what I'm doing," Sierra sighed.
Sammy saw everyone looking at her. "There is no getting out of this one."
"I know what I told Sammy before," Sierra confessed, "but she could develop her boldness here by stopping the yeti."
"Go Team Maggot!" Anne Maria called as she, Scarlett, DJ, Molly, and Dave were shown beginning their ascent, DJ taking the scaffolding itself while the other members climbed up the scaffolding's support beams. Sasquatchanakwa quickly noticed them and picked up a barrel from a nearby pile, then tossed a barrel at Dave, then DJ. Both boys let out pained grunts and the camera cut to the sasquatch as he threw more barrels, the girls letting out grunts of their own. The camera cut to Anne Maria, Molly, and Scarlett as they landed on top of their male teammates.
The camera focused on Katie as she woke up from her unconscious state. "What the?" she wondered as she saw her teammates on the ground in pain and looked up to see Sasquatchanakwa holding Lindsay captive. "So it seems they tried to do the challenge, but were unlucky. I could flirt with the sasquatch, but that's, like, gross." She let out a quick whimper at the sight of it.
"I'll just have to distract the yeti in some way," Katie concluded before running up the scaffolding.
The Maggots got up in time to see their perky teammate run up to Sasquatchanakwa. "Wow. Katie's going for it," Dave sighted her.
Katie saw the barrels coming her way and jumped above all of them.
"Katie, watch out," Scarlett warned her.
Katie saw a hammer in her path and picked it up. "Thanks for letting me know! Now I can distract him!" She continued to jump over the barrels.
"Are you sure this will make me look good?" Sammy asked with a hint of skepticism in her voice as the scene cut to the Rats, her back to the camera as Sierra got to work with a powder puff in one hand and a make-up brush in the other. The boys watched with variable interest behind Sierra.
"Of course," Sierra reassured her. "My mother used this makeup for parties and it usually attracts attention from everybody that's in the room."
"I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but the Maggots are already ahead of us," Trent looked at their direction.
Geoff was shocked to hear that and grabbed Sierra's puff and brush. "We gotta hurry or else we'll be on the biggest losing streak!" he yelped and quickly applied makeup to Sammy.
"Finally!" Sammy said in relief. Trent gasped in shock and DJ, who was merely passing by, took a look at her and shrieked and fainted in terror.
Sammy puffed up proudly. "So that's what Francesca means about drop dead gorgeous. Alright yeti!" she called out as the camera showed her from the neck down walking away. "Your princess is here!"
"Why'd you rush the makeup process?" Scott asked after Sammy had left.
"I didn't think the yeti would be shallow," Geoff answered.
Back at the top of the scaffolding, Katie had gotten tired from all the running she had to do and resorted to dragging her hammer on the floor. She took a leap when she saw an oncoming barrel and fell face first on the floor. "I really need to be motivated right now."
"You're almost there. Get up," Dave called out supportedly.
"Go take down that giant hairball!" Molly encouraged.
"Don't fall off the scaffolding, Katie!" DJ advised her loudly.
Katie heard their encouragement and got up. "They're counting on me. I'm not gonna let them down."
Picking up her hammer, she dashed bravely to Sasquatchanakwa and threw the hammer at him, but he caught it with zero effort. He then grabbed Katie's head and effortlessly tossed her off the scaffolding, resulting in her landing in front of the Maggots with a thud.
"Are you gonna be okay?" Anne Maria bent down to check on her friend.
Katie got her head up. "I'm fine-kay!" she mumbled goofily.
A flash took the focus back to the top just as Sammy ran on to the scene, finally revealing the new look Geoff had given her – which amounted to large amounts of blue crayon as eye shadow and the bottom half of her face a swirl of red and green lipstick.
"Uhh...hey there...big yeti...," Sammy said awkwardly. "How's it like being... tall?"
Lindsay and Sasquatchanakwa stared at the made-up girl. "See? That's another what not to do." the blonde said to the ape-man before they burst into fits of laughter.
"Okay. I'm done here!" Sammy scowled, running forward to the surprise of the two non-competitors. She suddenly and swiftly kicked Sasquatchanakwa between the legs, sending him flying off the scaffolding.
DJ helped Katie off the floor. "You did good up there on your own."
"I may not be using technology right now, but that doesn't mean I can rely on it forever," Katie quoted before Sasquatchanakwa fell down at the spot she was just in.
"Team Rat, you've got immunity," Chris announced as he flew up with his jetpack, and the Rats on the ground cheered.
"Aww!" Molly griped as the camera panned to the disappointed faces of her and the Maggots.
Lindsay was currently applying makeup to herself until Sammy snatched it from her. She gasped, and then looked down at Geoff. "I would be mad, but I'm just glad this is all over."
"Time to head back to camp," Chris said, "Maggots," the shot cut down to them as they shared a nervous look, "you've got some voting to do."
An owl hooted as the footage flashed ahead to a shot of the island at night then zooming in to the campfire pit. Unusually, both teams were present – the Rats on the left, and the Maggots on the right.
"Well that was a complete fiasco!" Chris opened, him and Chef standing ready with their respective marshmallows. "Scarlett, your plans kept blowing up in your face and the yeti's," he said, the brainiac in the front row looking unnerved. "And Katie," the camera moved behind Scarlett, "you dropped the barrel on this one." She started to look nervous.
"As a result," the host continued, picking up two marshmallows from his tray as the camera cut to his close-up, "the first two to get their marshmallows are Dave and Anne Maria."
They caught their treats with smiles. "Also safe is Molly and DJ."
Molly smiled when she caught her marshmallow, though DJ looked a bit concerned.
"Now then, the Toxic Marshmallow of Loserdom goes to," Chris said as Chef took out the toxic marshmallow. As the tension built, the camera cut to close-ups of Scarlett's wide-eyed gaze, then to Katie's tensed-up face, and finally to Chris's impish smile as he announced...
The Influencer looked down and groaned. The toxic marshmallow bounced off her head and she winced.
"Sorry I messed up the challenge for us," Katie said as she stood up. "I really should depend less on using my vlogging experiences in situations."
"I'm just glad you were able to not go crazy without talking to your tablet," Dave smiled at her.
"I am going to miss your fashion skills," Anne Maria said to Katie.
"I'll miss you too," Katie promised before being grabbed by the back of her white hoodie courtesy of Chef and taken to the Hurl of Shame.
"Thank you Chef," Chris said with a smile. "Now for something very special. Toxic Rats, you're probably wondering why I asked you to sit in on this elimination ceremony." The shot cut to the team of five, all of them watching the host with anxious suspicion. "I'll need a strong volunteer from each team," he told them.
"Right here," Geoff said, standing up proudly from the Rats' front row.
"I'll volunteer!" DJ added from his seat next to Anne Maria.
"Pack your baa~ags!" Chris told them impishly.
"You're hurling them, too?!" Sierra asked in shock.
"Nah," Chris dismissed, "I don't give people time to pack before they get hurled! These two are switching teams!"
Everyone gasped but the two guys in question, who just smiled and walked towards their 'new' teammates, exchanging high-fives as they passed each other.
Geoff sat next to Anne Maria, who smiled lightly. "Looks like we're teammates now," Anne Maria said happily.
"This is gonna be sweet!" Geoff cheered, to which Scarlett took notice.
The shot cut to DJ as he stood in front of his new team. "Glad to have you on our team," Trent welcomed the friendly giant.
"I appreciate it, but there's something I have to do before I settle in with you guys," DJ informed his new team before jogging away.
The scene flashed to the docks, Katie sitting sadly in the bucket of the Hurl of Shame as Chris approached her. "Any last words before your ride to loserdom?" he asked in a taunting manner.
"Yeah," Katie nodded, the camera panning out to show Chef playing a game on her tablet. "Since I'm out of the game, can I have my tablet back?"
Chef finished the last level he was on and tossed the tablet back to Katie, who hugged her electronic cheerfully before putting it inside her pocket.
"Don't launch the catapult yet!" DJ yelled off-screen before coming into view and in front of Katie's eye.
"Wow! You came to see me before I left?" Katie chinned up with delight.
"Sure I did," DJ nodded.
Katie pulled out her slip of paper from the first episode and gave it to him. "If you want to see more of me, head over to my channel, like, comment, and subscribe."
DJ chuckled a bit from her line and pulled out a necklace and two bracelets made out of last episode's breakfast. "I made this for you just to give you something to remember me by."
Katie put on the meat-like necklace and bracelets. "Great minds really do think alike. Before I go, I just want to let you know that I've always been into YOU!" she yelled as she was catapulted off into the night.
DJ watched her fly off into the night, then dawned a look of sadness while walking back to his team. "I've always been into you too."
Chris laughed. "Oops," he turned and told the camera as the series's capstone theme began to play. "Who will be the next loser hurled? How much can we humiliate them first? And how will Dave try to hold in his bladder for another hour?"
"Hey!" Dave was heard saying.
Chris ignored him and finished his outro. "Find out next time, on Total! Drama! Revenge, of the Island!"
(Roll the Credits)
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2023.06.07 05:29 xtremexavier15 TSROTI 6 (pt 1)
Toxic Rats: Geoff, Scott, Trent, Sammy, Sierra
Mutant Maggots: Anne Maria, Katie, Molly, Scarlett, Dave, DJ
Episode 06: Runaway Model
"Previously, on Total Drama Revenge of the Island!" Chris opened over a stock shot of Wawanakwa, the capstone theme starting up in the background. "The campers got deep," the recap montage opened with Sierra and Molly sinking to the lake bed in their antique diving suits, the former quickly getting held back by Fang, "in an underwater scavenger hunt."
"Sierra quickly got under her team's skin as soon as she came back," Sammy was shown upset with Sierra for taking a picture of her, "and Anne Maria and Geoff began to develop feelings for each other," the two were shown having a conversation with each other in the morning.
"In the end, Leshawna was tossed for swiping everybody's stuff," Sammy was shown tossing out everyone's belongings from the bag, "even though it was really Scott. Sneaky," the host added over Scott admitting his role in the confessional.
"It's now Team Maggot versus Team Rat," the host said, the Maggots' logo appearing on-screen against a radiant golden background. The logo rotated around into the Rats' logo, and a five-way split-screen of the Rats' remaining members rose up from the background – Trent in the upper left against a brownish-red backdrop; Geoff in the upper right against dark blue; Sierra in the middle top against orange; Sammy in the bottom left against turquoise; and Scott in the bottom right against yellow. "Will the Rats man up before they're a man down? Let's hope not," Chris said as the scene cut to him standing at the end of the dock with Chef. "There's nothing more entertaining than a man down."
As if on cue, the wood under Chef started to creak and crack, breaking away and sending Chef plunging into the lake with a startled scream. Chris laughed. "More where that came from, right now, on Total! Drama! Revenge of the Island!"
The sun was already high in the sky as the episode opened, and a loon cried out in the distance as the camera panned down onto DJ and Dave looking rather distressed outside the communal bathroom. The normal guy knocked on the door and asked "Is it our turn next?"
"Keep your panties on!" Anne Maria called out as the camera cut to the inside of the bathroom. The mirror on the back wall was too cracked and smudged to use, the trash can was grimy, and the strip of fly paper hanging in the corner was in need of a change, but nevertheless, Molly, Anne Maria, Katie, and Scarlett were still gathered along the countertop – Scarlett was sitting on the far left, Molly was plucking her unibrows, Katie was happily filing her nails, and Anne Maria was spraying her hair.
"Anne Maria?" Molly said. "Could I borrow some lipstick from you? I forgot it back at the cabin."
"You can help yourself, but don't go touching my hair spray," Anne Maria answered. She finished spraying her hair, and flicked it to show how bulletproof it was as it briefly shined. "Now that is how you do hair!"
"I prefer having a natural appearance," Scarlett clarified. "I'm mostly just here to wash my face and brush my teeth."
They later saw that Katie had pulled out a bag containing a makeup kit.
"What's that bag for?" Molly asked the influencer while brushing her hair.
"This is my portable makeup kit," Katie said. "If I need to get myself ready in the morning, this'll do the job in five minutes max."
"Do you carry that around with you at all times?" Anne Maria looked at the bag.
"Only when I'm traveling to places," Katie answered as she put on her lipstick. "I've done a lot of makeup tutorials with this thing, and they've skyrocketed my channel up to one million views."
"That's interesting to hear," Scarlett rolled her eyes. "Now if you'll excuse me, I'll be taking my leave."
Katie watched Scarlett and Anne Maria go, and turned to Molly. "By the way, you can borrow my lipstick too if you want."
"Chris still has a hold of my tablet," Katie confessed. "I'm sure my subscribers are wondering why I'm inactive, but some of them will probably understand that I'm competing on a TV show."
"Katie's been a lot more helpful to us with her device taken away, and now she wants to help me with fashion," Molly explained. "If that means she's not mad at me anymore, I'll take what I can get."
The scene flashed to the girls' side of the Rat cabin as Sammy said "I can't believe what happened last episode." The shot cut inside to show her sitting in her bunk bed. "Not only did people's belongings get taken, but Leshawna was pinned for it."
Sierra was using her phone until she heard Sammy. "What makes you so sure it wasn't Leshawna if the bag was under her bed?" the blogger emphasized.
"Someone else could've slipped it under there, and Leshawna's too respectful to touch our things!" Sammy enforced.
"I'll have to think about that more," Sierra said. "You know, this is the most I've ever heard you say."
"What do you mean?" Sammy asked.
"You're mostly silent, and also nervous most of the time," Sierra claimed.
"I just prefer keeping to myself," Sammy said. "I'm introverted."
"Have you managed to have any friends in your life?" Sierra wondered.
"I do, but I only have five friends," Sammy responded while holding her arm. "We make up the cheerleading team back home, and they really love and care about me, but they tend to forget about my own opinions."
"Have you ever told them it bothers you?" Sierra asked again.
"Not really. I don't want them to hate me," Sammy said sadly.
"I never had many friends, so I don't know how to help you there, but if you want to let them know something is wrong, just do it," Sierra shrugged. "I'm sure it can't hurt."
"Sierra may have a point. She's eccentric, but she definitely can be smart." Sammy admits. "My friends can drag me into activities I'm not interested in, although cheerleading is something I like to do."
The whining ring as the scene cut to a shot of one of the island's loudspeakers heralded a broadcast from Chris. "Iiiit's challenge time!" he began. "Campers~! Meet me on the other side of the island~!" he announced in an almost sing-song voice.
The footage immediately skipped ahead to the two teams already nearly assembled on two sets of low bleachers in a clearing lined with a handful of stage and spotlights. The five Rats were seated on the stands to the right of the camera, while DJ was just now filing in with his teammates on the left.
"Yo Katie," DJ greeted the girl. "Your hair is looking fantastic today.
"It's all thanks to this makeup kit," Katie showed her bag as DJ took his seat next to her. "It's really helpful for your looks."
The perspective inverted to reveal that the two teams had gathered before a large stage and runway, complete with a short catwalk and a large curtained-off backstage area. Chef was already waiting in the pink dress he'd worn to ceremonies back in season two, and Chris shortly joined him by way of descending from above with his jetpack. The host was wearing a sharp gray suit and fashionable glasses with tinted lens, but more noticeable were the changes to his hair – it was now pure white and long enough for him to sport a short ponytail.
Chef walked up as he landed and took the jetpack of his back, then walked away as Chris spread his arms and smiled. "Welcome to your challenge," he opened. "The Weird and Wild Fashion Spectacular!" He took a paper fan out of his breast pocket and waved it a bit as he spread his arms even wider.
"We're doing a fashion challenge? Awesome!" Molly cheered.
"Fashion? Now you're talkin'!" Anne Maria sprayed her hair about while complimenting Chris.
"You won't be walking the catwalk," Chris started to fan himself, "no-no-no-no. No amount of fashion can help you people."
"You don't say?" Dave mumbled to himself.
"Here's how it's gonna work," Chris continued. "Each team gets a wardrobe of clothes," the camera cut to a dresser, clothes rack, and several pieces of luggage on the side of the stage, "a make-up kit, and ten minutes to dress and make up a model." Chef held up an hourglass and glared mutely at the camera. "Which, you'll send down the runway," the shot zoomed in on the host's fan as he walked his fingers across it, "to be judged by myself, Chef, and today's Total Drama classic competitor, Lindsay!"
One of the suitcases on the side of the stage popped open, revealing the former contestant. "Yay! Don't you just love my new, special fashion boots?" Lindsay asked the campers, raising a leg to show off blue boots different from her regular brown ones.
"Wait, we get to dress an actual model!" Trent got excited.
"Uh-huh," Chris said, scraping some white powder off his shoulder with his fan. "Right after you catch one."
"Catch a model?" Geoff wondered. "Why would one even come to this island?"
"Did I say human models?" Chris corrected, fanning himself again as he walked across the stage. "Don't think so! No, your models are in there!" He thrust his finger off to the right, forcing Lindsay to duck under his arm. The camera quick-panned to the woods just as an earth-shattering roar shook the area.
"They're wild! They're mutated!" Chris told the campers, the camera moving behind his back. "And like me, they despise teenagers." The five Rats were shown looking shocked and concerned.
"Okay fashionistas," the host said in a campy accent, "go!" He blew his airhorn again, and the campers ran off.
The footage flashed ahead to a trail in the woods, Sierra and Geoff searching behind a rock and Sammy looking at a bush in the background while DJ walked by in the foreground. The camera panned to the right and stopped on Anne Maria and Scarlett, who were warily looking upwards.
Something croaked above them and the shot cut to a small frog, seemingly normal aside from an eye stalk on the top of its head, sitting on a branch. With a grunt of effort, Molly pounced on it from the right, and smiled when she opened her hands and saw she'd caught it. Unfortunately for her, the mutant frog produced an odd noise and flash of light, blinking out of sight but quickly reappearing on top of the confused young woman's head. With another noise and flash of light it disappeared, this time bringing Molly with it, and they blinked back into existence in mid-air a few yards away. Molly screamed as she started to fall, and the mutant frog teleported away to presumed safety before its failed assailant landed with a crash on the forest floor.
In another part of the forest, Trent was looking around absentmindedly while approaching what appeared to be a gigantic turtle shell, a short and spiky tail poking out of one end. The boy tapped the tail with his foot, but gasped when the tail suddenly wrapped around his leg and pulled him inside the shell. The beast inside growled and stood up, its stout legs and turtle head popping out of the shell's holes...along with Trent. With another growl, the mutant punched him away, and he landed in a heap with a pained groan.
The camera cut next to what appeared to be an ordinary beaver sitting perfectly still just at the edge of a bush. Dave rose, grinning from another bush in the background, then pounced upon it. His jubilation quickly faded into confusion as the unmoving beaver was somehow lifted up by its tail, taking Dave with it.
The shot cut outward to reveal the beaver has no more than a lure of a large bipedal anglerfish-like monster, which promptly roared. Katie, who was standing nearby, promptly ran away, and was soon followed by Dave and the angler mutant.
Another flash moved the focus to a close-up of a slice of pepperoni pizza, lying on the ground in the middle of a loop of rope that led off to the left. "Pizza? What's this doing here?" Scott said, the camera zooming out to show him looking down at it. He looked up and tilted his head, and the shot cut over to none other than Fang not quite hidden behind a tree, an axe in one hand and the anchored rope of his snare trap in the other.
Scott knew what was going to happen, but decided to have a little fun. "Too bad there's pepperoni on it, otherwise I'd totally eat that," he said loud enough for the shark to hear as he walked off.
Fang palmed his face and walked over to the slice and started picking the toppings off of it. Meanwhile, Scott used his shark tooth to cut the rope of the snare.
The effect was instant. Fang was hoisted up in the air by his wrist, and Scott came over to where the pizza was. "Oh perfect! No pepperoni!!" He picked up the pizza and ate it as he left, the shark growling at him as he was hung up.
The scene cut abruptly to a massive mutant brawl between a massive two-headed rabbit, two spiny woolly beavers, and a hairless squirrel zapping them with its eye-lasers from a nearby branch. The camera panned left as a giant hermit crab scuttled up and snapped its claws, with Trent, Sammy, and Geoff watching from behind a bush in the background with wide eyes.
"So which one do we use?" Geoff asked.
"Uh, maybe we should find something that can't eat us," Sammy replied.
A whine signaled the loudspeaker turning on once again, and soon enough Chris's announcement rang through the air. "Five minutes, people!"
"Hey, Rats!" Sierra quickly followed, directing her teammates' attention to their right. "Why don't we use that rat?" he asked, the shot cutting to a close-up of a small rat happily chewing on a leaf atop a fallen log. A large hairless rat jumped onto the log, quickly stuffed the rat into its mouth, then chittered and looked around.
"It'd be easy to catch and dress. It just needs a little more domestication," Trent proudly said.
"That's a good plan," Scott supported with a grin.
"Stand back," Geoff told everybody and went towards the rat's direction. "I have an idea for the fashion style."
"Don't give up yet! There's gotta be something on this island we can catch!" Molly told her teammates, the Maggots now hunkering down behind a bush.
"How about that critter?" DJ looked over the bush, and the shot cut to none other than Sasquatchanakwa walking into a cave, oblivious to the teens watching him.
"How are we gonna get him out of that cave?" Dave asked.
Scarlett smirked. "I've conducted a plan, but I need a bag for this," she told her teammates.
The Maggots were back on the stage watching Scarlett seated near Katie's makeup bag. She folded a few clothes together, squirted it with glue, and shook the bag together.
"This is what I call a "Detonating Duffel Bag," Scarlett talked about her creation. "It can and will dress any target within its sixty foot blast radius! With a mix of glue and clothes it'll be unremarkably simple to just launch the bag at the animal."
Confessional: Anne Maria
"I like her way of thinking," Anne Maria told the camera, "even if I don't understand what she's saying half the time."
Katie picked up her bag and looked at what was inside. "Puffy sweater vests? Plaid skirts? High knee socks? It seems you just put together an outfit that resembles yourself, Scarlett."
"Katie has a point," Dave told the brainiac. "You clearly made the outfit something you yourself would like instead of what everyone would like."
Scarlett was annoyed. "So what else should we use instead?"
"How about we compare our fashion styles and see what we'll all agree on," Katie suggested.
"That can work," DJ nodded. "To our cabins!"
The scene immediately flashed away to the Rats where their own rat has been dressed by Geoff.
"This rat looks ready to party and have fun!" Geoff described his choice as the rat was wearing a black collared shirt, a brown cap, a black chain necklace, and gray sneakers.
The rat expressed its dislike of the party style by ripping the clothes into shreds.
"Seems the rat isn't a big fan of the choice of fashion," Scott said.
A sudden ringing got the team's attention, and Chris announced "Three minutes remaining!" over an unseen loudspeaker.
"If you guys don't mind, I'll take a crack at it," Sammy offered.
The scene cut back to the Maggot cabin, where the team were inside the girls' side of the cabin.
"So these are what we normally wear," Katie said as she presented a row of clothes on the bunk bed. From left-to-right, it showed clothes belonging to Scarlett, Anne Maria, DJ, Dave, Molly, and Katie.
"That's correct," Anne Maria agreed, "but why are our clothes all lined up?"
"You know how some teams normally can't agree on anything, right?" Katie started her conversation.
"You're right about that," Molly said.
"So what if instead of arguing, we just combine our fashion styles into one big burrito?" Katie said extravagantly.
"A fashion mesh? That's a weird way to go, but I don't want to argue right now," Dave told them.
"If I had my sewing kit, I'd whip up a line of clothing suited to fit our animal, but since we're running out of time, let's just try to stuff all our clothes into the bag," Molly suggested.
"I'll add some dye colors inside just to make our colors clash," Katie said.
"I'll assist as well, but let's make sure to actually fold our clothes," Dave emphasized.
"Agreed," Scarlett said. "We want to make our outfit mash look as clean and fresh as possible."
"Now that we have a plan, let's get right to it," Molly encouraged the team.
"I don't like to give away my clothes, but once I realized that I only have to give two pairs, I went along with the plan," Dave admitted.
The scene flashed back to the Rats, the camera positioned close to Sammy's face but focused on her four teammates behind her. The camera zoomed out as they watched her tighten a piece of cloth over their rat model.
"That should be about it," Sammy said. "Me and my friends tend to design clothes during our sleepovers."
"It's not bad, Sammy," Geoff started to say.
"I think you did a wonderful job," Trent critiqued.
Another ringing got their attention, and they looked up towards an unseen loudspeaker as Chris announced "One minute!"
"It's good enough," Scott declared. "Let's get back to Chris."
The scene flashed back to the Maggots hiding behind a rock near Sasquatchanakwa's cave.
"This DDD is ready for action," DJ held up the bag.
"What does it stand for exactly?" Anne Maria asked him.
"Detonating Duffel Bag," DJ made it more clear before tossing the bag over to Katie. "Go long!"
Katie ran towards the cave with the bag in hand as the scene cut to the inside. Sasquatchanakwa was sitting in a wooden armchair, drinking a can of soda and watching some jaunty-themed show on an old television set when Katie's bag landed in his lap. With a curious grunt he looked at the bag.
That's when the explosion happened, and when it did, the yeti let out a frightening roar, scaring the Maggots.
"That doesn't sound good!" Katie panicked.
"I don't know if running away from Sasquatchanakwa is worse than hurting him," Katie said. "I'm not the fastest runner, but I'm not going to die."
The scene cut to a spotlight as it turned on; then a couple stage lights turning on as well; then a mutant squirrel hopping up next to a book-reading bear which lowered its book to reveal its three eyes, both animals looking at something curiously; then the stage and catwalk, Chris front and center with Chef and Lindsay – the former in sort of rapper-ish outfit with a red tracksuit and hat, earphones, and gold chains – sitting at the judge's table.
"It's freaky forest fashion time!" the host announced. "Rat-istas," he turned and pointed his fan backstage, "show me somethin' fierce." The five Rats walked out on stage, Geoff, Trent, and Sierra on the left with Sammy and Scott on the right.
"Chef, drop that needle!" Chris commanded next, the shot cutting to a close-up of a record turntable as the needle was dropped onto the spinning disc and a trendy tune began to play. The camera zoomed out, and Chef gave the host and campers a thumbs-up.
"This small rodent is wearing a fresh, popstar fashion style like no one else's," Sierra began smoothly, motioning to the gap between her and Sammy as their model reluctantly scurried out on all fours but continued down the runway on its hind legs. It was wearing a pink wig and a purple dress with white stripes. The camera followed it as it walked along looking both nervous and awkward, Sierra continuing her piece all the while. "Her pink hair matches well with her diva attitude and her dress screams fame." She finished with a grimace.
"A bit typical and overly glamorous," Chris said as the rat reached the end of the catwalk. "I give it an 8.5," the host announced as he held up a placard with his score.
The Rats shouted cheers of victory.
Chef held up an 8.0.
Lindsay held up a 1.8 to the uproar of the Rats. She realized her mistake and flipped her placard upside down, showing an 8.1. "Oops."
"Okay," Chris said tersely, looking back towards the catwalk. "Show me what you've got, Maggots!" he called out, the trendy music resuming as the shot cut back to the stage, showing it utterly empty. The camera zoomed in and the music kept playing, but for several more seconds there was still no movement backstage. "...Maggots?" Chris called out again and finally Katie ran out screaming at the top of her lungs.
"As you can see, the yeti is wearing a mix of several different styles based upon us," Katie said as her team quickly ran out to join her.
All six looked towards the backstage curtain, and the furious sasquatch growled and chased after them. His outfit consisted of several different styles – white sneakers resembling Katie's, long white socks resembling Scarlett's, pants resembling Anne Maria's, a blue and yellow collared shirt resembling Dave's, glasses resembling Molly's, and a hat resembling DJ's.
"The outfit consists of a variety of garments applied forcefully to random parts of his body," Katie said, cringing in terror as her team's model quickly tossed Scarlett, Dave, and Molly away again while DJ and Anne Maria quickly got off the stage. The ape-man grabbed her after she finished.
The music stopped, and Sasquatchanakwa finally noticed the three judges just as the first one spoke up. "That thing is huge," Lindsay gasped at the sight of the model before her, "but the outfit had too many themes. Maybe stick to just one next time."
"I agree with Lindsay," Chris admitted, fanning himself again. "It hardly complements the Yeti's husky physique."
"Going with Scarlett's first idea for the yeti would have been boring," Katie groaned in disappointment, "but at least the yeti probably wouldn't have gotten as mad right now."
Still holding Katie, Sasquatchanakwa saw what he was wearing. Angry at the 6-way outfit put on him, he threw Katie away, took off the hat and glasses, kicked off the shoes and socks, and ripped off the pants and shirt.
"Chris is right. The team are too different-" Lindsay tried to say, but was cut off when the yeti suddenly reached forward and grabbed her by the head, yanking her out of her seat. The shot zoomed out as an engine whirred to life, revealing that Sasquatchanakwa had also commandeered Chris's jetpack. With the captive dumb princess in his arms, he took off into the air.
"Hey, he took my jetpack!" Chris quickly protested. The shot cut back to the ape-man and dumb blonde as Lindsay screamed, and Saquatchanakwa flew off to the foggy and ominous crags of Boney Island.
"Uh-huh...," Chris said blankly, still fanning himself. "Will Lindsay survive?" he asked the camera, lifting up his shades. "And am I legally liable if she doesn't? Find out, after the break."
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