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The Temple => The Heart Room => Topic started by: Olmec on June 29, 2006, 09:52:11 AM

Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on June 29, 2006, 09:52:11 AM
Can you guys post an episode log here starting tomorrow (with the episodes in their order)??? I an going on a secret project from tomorrow morning to late night July 6th, & I want my log completely updated, because I will not have access to Nick GaS on my project. So can you guys post the 2 episodes (in order) each day until I get back? Thanks! I just don't want a missing link in my log.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on June 29, 2006, 09:54:14 AM
Also, if they show "The Treasure Map of Jean Laffite", can you get the Blue Barracuda's names for me? Last time, I only could make out 1, because the guy couldn't annunciate. I know the girl was Terri, but the guy?
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: PhantomBPR on June 29, 2006, 09:56:54 AM
I myself can't seeing as how I don't get the GaS network, but I'm sure someone else will.
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on June 29, 2006, 10:05:50 AM
Well, today was:

- The Dried Apple Half of William Tell (S3)
- The Snake Bracelet of Cleopatra (S1)
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Post by: Olmec on June 29, 2006, 10:06:05 AM
OK. Ugh, I'll punch someone if they show The Walking Stick of Harriet Tubman during "the secret project".
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Post by: Olmec on June 29, 2006, 10:06:59 AM
Yeah today's the lsat day I am able to see the episodes before July 6, & if I'm lucky, I can catch the 10-11 PM shift on July 6th.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Mstrgmr on June 29, 2006, 10:12:47 AM
I'll help keep track for you
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Post by: Olmec on June 29, 2006, 10:58:55 AM
Thanks!
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on June 30, 2006, 04:36:50 AM
Yesterday:
- The Dried Apple Half of William Tell
- The Snake Bracelet of Cleopatra

Today:
- The Upside-Down Compass of Henry Hudson
- The Treasure Map of Jean Lafitte
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Post by: Mstrgmr on June 30, 2006, 04:39:10 AM
Yep, I'll try to get the Barricudas names
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Post by: Mstrgmr on June 30, 2006, 04:47:46 AM
The girl was Terri and the boy was Aaron
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Post by: Mstrgmr on July 01, 2006, 04:37:52 AM
Galileo's Cannonball (S1)
The Mask of the Man in the Iron Mask (S2)
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Post by: Mstrgmr on July 02, 2006, 01:24:38 PM
The Silver Horseshoe of Butch Cassidy
The Myserious Manuscript of Mary Shelly
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Post by: The Silver Snake on July 02, 2006, 02:06:19 PM
I'll try to provide some too. :wink:
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Post by: Mstrgmr on July 03, 2006, 01:45:48 AM
The Oracle Bowl of Delphi
The Golden Pepperoni of Catherine d'Medici
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 03, 2006, 02:49:16 AM
Two Purple Parrots temples in the same day! Wooooo! :o Weird. :P
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on July 03, 2006, 08:44:23 AM
I've seen the Oracle Bowl episode, not the Golden Pepperoni one. But thats cool that there were 2 Purple Parrots episodes in the same day. :wink:
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 03, 2006, 09:43:20 AM
Is it sad that i love The Golden Pepperoni episode? :D
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Post by: Mstrgmr on July 04, 2006, 05:04:54 AM
The Silver Cannonball of Grandy Nanny
The Missing Portrait of Hans Holbein
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Post by: Mstrgmr on July 05, 2006, 04:28:13 AM
The Diary of Dr. Livingston
The Trojan Horseshoe
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Post by: The Silver Snake on July 06, 2006, 05:15:11 AM
The Moccasins of Geronimo
The Bent Shaving Pan of Jedediah Smith
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Post by: sag_2006 on July 06, 2006, 02:58:51 PM
Ah, the famous Moccasins of Geronimo ep.  One of the top 3 best solo Runs ever.

As for the Bent Shaving Pan, that team didn't really make any mistakes, they just encountered bad luck in the Room of the Ancient Warriors (encountering the Temple Guard just one room away from the shaving pan) and time was too short for the second player to do anything.
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Post by: Olmec on July 06, 2006, 04:14:58 PM
Wow, thanks guys!!!!! You rock! Thanks for all the episodes, the Blue Barracuda's name (Aaron), & the fact The Walking Stick of Harriet Tubman wasn't on!
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 07, 2006, 10:04:44 AM
The Pearl Necklace of Gwailor (sp?)
&
The Silk Sash of Mulan

Both Blue Baracuda temples today.


Also, the only time i get to watch Legends on days that i have work is the 6-7 hour and while watching "The Pearl Necklace of Gwailor" i got too tired during the final commercial and fell asleep and missed the temple run! :cry:  I've never seen that one either and unless someone uploads it, i won't  be seeing it till it comes on again in like 60-something days. :cry:

One more thing, it's been a while since I've seen "The Silk Sash of Mulan" but i never really realized how incredibly difficult that temple layout was. :o
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on July 08, 2006, 03:05:46 PM
The Marble Armrest of Xerxes
The Bone Necklace of the Blackfeet Chief
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 09, 2006, 05:10:01 AM
The Lion-Slashed Jacket of Sacagawea
The Lost Love Letter of Captain John Smith

I remember discussing "The Stone Head of the Evil King" before and about how Tony had to put 4 snakes in the Medusa head and not knowing what other episodes that the contestants had to put 4 snakes in the head. Well, in "The Lost Love Letter of Captain John Smith", the second contestant had to put in 4 snakes as well. It didn't take her nearly as long as Tony of the stone head epsiode, however, she did have a little trouble because her partner partially put in the first snake and she didn't realize that the snake wasn't all the way in. She figured it out soon enough though.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 10, 2006, 04:42:32 AM
The Walking Stick of Harriet Tubman
The Levitating Dog Leash of Nostradomus
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 11, 2006, 01:08:42 AM
The Mussel Shell Armor of Apanupac
The Lucky Medallion of Atocha
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Post by: nicklegends on July 11, 2006, 06:06:39 AM
Wow... Two wins in the same day! They were both petty exciting, too, especially Gator's race through the temple.
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Post by: The Green Monkey on July 11, 2006, 06:13:56 AM
Oh, I SO want to see the Muscleshell Armor episode! I don't have Nick GAS where I live. I saw that episode at my cousin's house back in '04, and I've been waiting FOREVER to see it again! Can someone upload it or something, please?
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Post by: The Silver Snake on July 11, 2006, 01:51:31 PM
I will do that as soon as I get my computer back. :wink: I'm on another computer now.

Edit: Does anyone realize that you could see them posing for a picture? (TGM's avatar)
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Post by: The Green Monkey on July 11, 2006, 02:22:41 PM
Yeah, I knew that. I found it on Nick GAS's website, and I'm a Green Monkey fan, and it showed them winning, so...you do the math. :D

And thanks a lot. :wink: About how long should it take?
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Post by: The Silver Snake on July 11, 2006, 02:38:29 PM
I'm not sure when I'll get it back. But I'll let you know. :D
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Post by: Olmec on July 12, 2006, 07:47:12 AM
The Jeweled Necklace of Montezuma
Henry VIII's Great Seal
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 12, 2006, 10:20:52 AM
Awwww, i missed them today... Good thing i've seen both of them but i haven't seen The Jeweled Necklace of Montezuma in a long time and i really wanted to see her drop the monkey torso off the edge. :cry:
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Post by: sag_2006 on July 12, 2006, 01:10:31 PM
Ahh... 2 goodies today: One of two episodes where part of the Monkey is dropped, and the legendary episode where the Temple Guard scares the crap outta the poor second runner. Two of the classic moments in Legends history.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on July 12, 2006, 01:40:39 PM
lol I wonder if anyone has the episode upload for "Henry VIII's Great Seal" cuz I haven't seen that one yet.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 13, 2006, 09:25:40 AM
The Keys to the Alhambra
The Lost Lariat of Pecos Bill
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Post by: nicklegends on July 13, 2006, 09:40:23 AM
Wow, after two exciting and/or episodes yesterday, we have the most disappointing episodes today.
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Post by: sag_2006 on July 13, 2006, 09:43:35 AM
2 Season 1 eps, and two of the more frustrating Temple Runs on the show.  The first ep features one of the most pathetic backrunners the show saw, while the second half of the doubleheader sees the winners actually grabbing the artifact, but certain mistakes (including a Fogg-Up that caused the backrunner to make an unnecessary detour) prevent them from escaping.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 13, 2006, 01:12:46 PM
I actually like the Lariat episode.... but yeah... I've seen The Keys to the Alhambra like 92384732 times and i hate it more and more each time.

Something i noticed though: Lisa goes into the Tomb of the Ancient Kings (where her partner was removed and the wall doesn't break down) and the door to the shrine passage was already opened before she put the key on the  magnet panel. It was closed when the temple gaurd jumped out and grabbed her partner so for some reason, they opened the door at some point between Lisa entering the temple and entering the room.... weird.... this also probably added to her confusion.

EDIT: Just watched it again on TV, i was wrong, the Tomb-to-Shrine door opened automatically when the temple gaurd took the frontrunner out of the temple.
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Post by: GIVE ME THE PENDANT! on July 13, 2006, 01:36:16 PM
wow the second runner on the Alhambra episode is possibly one of the worst contestants to ever do the run. I felt like I was watching in slow motion. With extra confussion turned on  :wink: she went in and out of the same rooms like 5 times, what was she thinking?
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Post by: sag_2006 on July 14, 2006, 09:40:01 AM
Today's episodes:

John Sutter and the Lost Map of the Gold Mine
The Silver Saddle Horn of Hannibal

The first ep is a classic, with more Fogg-Ups than most episodes combined, and another hilarious moment at the end of the Temple Run.  The second features a frustrating Temple Run where bad luck does the team in.
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Post by: nicklegends on July 14, 2006, 09:42:13 AM
Wow, two more Season 1 episodes? They've really been going all out on those recently...
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Post by: GIVE ME THE PENDANT! on July 14, 2006, 10:15:42 AM
on the silver saddle episode did everyone catch how mad the Red Jaguar boy was getting on the steps of knowledge, I had a nice laugh at that one. I was also disappointed the Orange Iguanas didn't make it to the temple cause they killed on the moat. They were across easily a minute before the second team and proabably 2 minutes before the third. They likely would have owned if they had made it to the temple.
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Post by: Olmec on July 14, 2006, 01:14:03 PM
Haha, the Red Jaguars & Purple Parrots got pissed in the beginning of the Steps of Knowledge (in the Map to the Lost Gold Mine [John Sutter &]). After the Purple Parrots girl blew it by answering "Cape Crusader", you can hear the boy whispering something to himself along the lines of "it's OK, it's OK"
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Post by: Olmec on July 14, 2006, 01:26:07 PM
OK, The Map to the Lost Gold Mine (John Sutter &) is really freaking me out. I forgot to look for the miscounting in the first Temple Game, but don't know what you're talking about for the second. Which team had a 3rd bag? I saw a bag drop from the ground in the Blue's shaft, but I don't know if it fell from the top, or dropped from her hand. So, I thought it really was 2 & 2. But in the third game, you can see the Throne Room. On the left hand rest, leaning on the ladder, you can see a stick with a black feather on top of the stick, which is in the middle of the ladder. By left, I mean if you're sitting in the Throne of the Pretender & are looking out of the Temple. Was that an artifact that was like cut from the show? I thought it was a flag on "The Golden Ship of Elizabeth I", but the ship was not there. Weird stuff.
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Post by: Olmec on July 14, 2006, 01:40:28 PM
32 seconds for the Purple Parrots
68 seconds for Red Jaguars
118 seconds for the Green Monkeys

Haha, that's the moat things for the Silver Saddlehorn of Hannibal, after the Orange Iguanas banged the gong. I was bored haha.
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Post by: Olmec on July 14, 2006, 04:22:11 PM
Without a doubt, Kirk miscounted he first Temple Game. The second game wasn't miscounted (by the way, the bag fell from her hand). I have no clue what that black feathery thing is yet, anyone know?
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Post by: nicklegends on July 14, 2006, 08:09:04 PM
Okay, I guess I'll fix it on my site. I'm not sure what I was watching when I made that comment.
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Post by: Olmec on July 15, 2006, 05:08:45 AM
Robin Hood & Marian's Silk Ladder
The Snakeskin Boots of Billy the Kid

I <3 Billy the Kid. My first epsiode of season 2. The Blue Barracudas cracked me up in the Steps of Knowledge in Robin Hood.

Olmec: What was the title of Robin Hood's enemy?

Blue Guy: Um... Robin Hood & Marian's Silk Ladder!

Olmec: That is not one of the three choices!

Silver Guy: The Sheriff of Noddingham!

Olmec: That is correct!

~~~

Olmec: What kind of skills the Robin Hood & the Merry Men practice?

Blue Guy: Um... Bow & Arrow skills!

Olmec: That incorrect!

Purple Guy: Archery!

Olmec: That is correct!

By the way, they only needed to pass through 5 rooms to get to the artifact, only things they had to do were: Crawl, Spin on the Wheel, Sit on the Throne of the Pretender, Hit an Actuator, & Hit another Actuator. Almost as easy as "The Mask of Shaka Zulu" & "The Jeweled Scabbard of Sfroza". Sheesh!
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 15, 2006, 05:14:09 AM
Robin Hood & Marian's Ladder
The Snakeskin Boots of Billy the Kid <333333

Lots of notes on these episodes:
First, i have to say that Robin Hood & Marian's Ladder has to be one of the easiest temple layouts they'ver ever had (could've been an easy Purple Parrots win :cry: ) Also, the kids are extremely.... stupid... during the steps of knowledge an the Purple Parrots are constantly flailing their arms around in frustration when they don't get to answer the questions. Overall, i would say this is a good episode despite the simple temple... it's good to see the kids win even if it was practically given to them.

The Snakeskin Boots of Billy the Kid is possibly one of my favorite episodes. It's total Purple Parrots domination! They were first in the moat, they got the first three questions in the steps, 2 pendants in the temple games, and they win with 5 seconds left! This temple layout wasn't particularly difficult either, but IMO, this is a nailbiter, esepcially when Tony climbs down into the pit in the ledges while trying to escape the temple. They were an excitable team and Kirk seemed to have a lot of energy in this episode too! It's just an all around good episode. <333333333
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Post by: Olmec on July 15, 2006, 07:33:20 AM
Yeah, Snakeskin Boots has a special place in my heart, the Steps of Knowledge was stupid for Robin Hood & Marian's Silk Ladder, but hilarious.
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Post by: sag_2006 on July 15, 2006, 09:15:43 AM
2 exciting wins highlight today's Legends doubleheader.  As mentioned, the first episode sees one of the most hilarious Steps rounds in history, and in #2, we get to see one of the best Purple Parrots teams in the show's run.  Good stuff today.

EDIT: I just realized both items today were located in the Shrine.  Interesting
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 15, 2006, 10:48:45 AM
Something i forgot to mention about the Boots episode. I believe that it was the first episode of season 2 that AIRED. Why do i believe this? Well, i just remember it... like from when i was 7. I remember advertisements for the new season and i taped it and i thought "wow, everything looks so much cooler!" I also remember thinking how cool it was that the purple parrots and the green monkeys were in the temple games together (something that never happened in season 1) and that the purple parrots won (again, something that never happened in season 1... and almost practically never happened anyway). Also, it makes sense that this would be the first episode of the season that aired... It had an unusual outcome because ofthe Purple Parrots winning. Also, at that point, the Green Monkeys were considered "the other loser team" (although more highly regarded than the Purple Parrots). :P
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Post by: nicklegends on July 15, 2006, 12:53:24 PM
You could very well be right, The Purple Parrot. For some reason, that episode does ring a bell faintly...
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on July 15, 2006, 04:09:37 PM
one of (in my opinion) the best moments in the show is when the kid almost gets in the mine shaft and changes his mind and heads up the ladder to the shrine and it works
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Post by: sag_2006 on July 15, 2006, 04:41:28 PM
One more thing I just noticed after watching the first episode:  When the backrunner was exiting through the Gong Room, Kirk said he had to "Gong the gong".  2 things there: First, I think he meant to say ring the gong, and second, the kid didn't have to do anything because he had the ladder and all the doors were open, so he could just run out.  Based on those two factors, I hereby declare a Fogg-Up on that Temple Run.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 15, 2006, 05:02:33 PM
Ok, so after watching the Boots episode for like the 4th time today... it seems to me that the temple run has one of those weird Kirk voiceover commentarys in it.... Ya kno, similar to the Lucky Pillow and the Iron Nose Ring episode.... i dunno... maybe it's just me?


One more: the audience goes absolutely nuts in this episode. I love when the audience is very interactive (The Dragon Lady and The Blue Pearl & The Lucky Pillow of Annie Taylor episodes come to mind). This is something that the third season lacked in that they barely ever had audiences and when they did, there was automatic applause and cheers anyway.
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Post by: mikeofnash on July 15, 2006, 05:04:06 PM
^Yeah, 'twas definitely a voiceover.
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Post by: Olmec on July 15, 2006, 05:27:15 PM
Yeah, all I remember was when I was like 5 or 6 it was Halloween & they changed from season 1 reruns to sesaon 2 ones, so then on Halloween, they played the first season 2 episodes for the reruns & it was the Snakeskin Boots of Billy the Kid, so it has a special place in my heart, along with the Helmet of Joan of Arc, The Gordion Knot (Alexander &), & The Broken Trident of Poseidon.
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Post by: nicklegends on July 15, 2006, 06:37:00 PM
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Ok, so after watching the Boots episode for like the 4th time today... it seems to me that the temple run has one of those weird Kirk voiceover commentarys in it.... Ya kno, similar to the Lucky Pillow and the Iron Nose Ring episode.... i dunno... maybe it's just me?

Knowing the voice talent of Dee Baker, I wouldn't be surprised if he voiced them over. Why they needed to be voiced over in the first place, and why the voice was different, is a mystery.

And now it's time for a random example of his voice talent: you know Squilliam from Spongebob Squarepants? Mr. Baker voiced him.
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Post by: Mstrgmr on July 16, 2006, 01:11:34 AM
Dee has voiced a lot of characters from Nick and Cartoon Network shows
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 16, 2006, 05:11:33 AM
The Missing Eye of David
Alexander & the Gordion Knot

Missing Eye of David: I'm suspicious of the moat crossing because it really did look like the Purple Parrots rang their gong beforethe Green Monkeys but they didn't make it to the next round... Maybe it was just bad editting... This episode includes a rare four way tie on the steps of knowledge. The temple games are pretty good and the third temple game has a very close finish. The temple run is pretty comical. When the frontrunner gets into Medusa's Lair and begins to put the snakes in the bust, you can hear "LET GO!" as if a Crypt Skeleton was shouting at him...ok... so then, he puts both snakes in as far as they go and the eyes don't light up and no doors open... Production Error!!! They open the door like 10 seconds later. Then he gets taken out and it's Emily's turn. Apparently she passes the half pendant (which we never see) in Medusa's Lair. Then she makes her way to the Swamp and gets caught by a third temple gaurd, gives him her half pendant... and keeps going? Nobody realized that she should've been finished and she began entering the Dark Forest. Kirk stopped her there.

Alexander and The Gordion Knot: Pretty average episode. Good pre-temple rounds. The temple is pretty good as well as far as first season losses go. Both kids moved at a relatively good speed but their mistake was taking the well bucket instead of trying doors that lead to the Shrine. The second player most definitely picked up a half pendant in the Shrine.
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Post by: tss1011 on July 16, 2006, 07:01:51 AM
Quote from: ""Mstrgmr""
Dee has voiced a lot of characters from Nick and Cartoon Network shows


Not to mention Klaus the Fish on "American Dad".

"Missing Eye of David" has one of the best wrong Steps of Knowledge answers of all time.  "Uh...a scaffolding?"
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Post by: Olmec on July 16, 2006, 11:50:51 AM
Yeah, in The Missing Eye of David, I noticed the same thing with the Medusa's Lair "LET GO!" & the eyes not lighting up or Medusa's scream. It was a pretty good episode, just they got unlucky with a 1/2 Pendant we dont' even see.

The Gordion Knot (Alexander (the Great) &), that was my second episodes ever (first was the Helmet of Joan of Arc), so it feels special to me. Yeah, Retina picked up the 1/2 Pendant in the Shrine of the Silver Monkey, Tim moved pretty fast but got taken out, Retina moved at an average speed, she could've tried the Tomb-Shrine & Well-Shrine doors. At least Tim tried the (obviously) locked Python-Treasure door.
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Post by: Olmec on July 16, 2006, 01:26:13 PM
Also, the Missing Eye of David, how Olmec let 3 answers in the first question after all 4 teams were on the bottom step, it happened in another season 2 episode. I do not recall which one at the moment, but I am positive it happened at least once more.
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Post by: The Green Monkey on July 16, 2006, 01:53:12 PM
It happened in The Mushpot Hat of Johnny Appleseed too.
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Post by: Olmec on July 16, 2006, 02:02:57 PM
Thanks, I had a feeling it was that one, or another one of that layout.
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on July 16, 2006, 02:57:25 PM
if the half pendant was in the shrine that means that the guard had to be in the tresure room thus making it impossible to make it without 2 pendants or the guard was in the crypt making it impossible to get the half pendant
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 16, 2006, 03:55:23 PM
Does anybody else think that it's funny that the girl's name was "Retina"? I mean... look at it. :P


And I dunno why you guys are putting "ALexander" in parenthesis.... Olmec announces the legend as "Alexander & The Gordion Knot"

Much like how Olmec says "Robin Hood and Marian's Ladder" but everyone adds the word "Silk" in there (even though there is obvious evidence than it should be there.... maybe Olmec messed up?).
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Post by: Olmec on July 16, 2006, 03:58:50 PM
Yeah, but oh well, because everything else has just been "The Gordion Knot". Oh well, it doesn't matter, we know which episode we're takling about.
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Post by: The 49th Ronin on July 16, 2006, 04:54:44 PM
Many of the season 1 episodes had legend names different from the actual artifact. This was rectified in seasons 2 and 3 when the artifact and the legend were made the same.

As I understand, the legends are 'Alexander and the Gordian Knot' and 'Robin Hood and Marian's Ladder,' but the artifacts are 'The Gordian Knot' 'Robin Hood and Marian's Silk Ladder.'
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Post by: nicklegends on July 16, 2006, 05:39:28 PM
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And I dunno why you guys are putting ''ALexander'' in parenthesis.... Olmec announces the legend as ''Alexander & The Gordion Knot''

Much like how Olmec says ''Robin Hood and Marian's Ladder'' but everyone adds the word ''Silk'' in there (even though there is obvious evidence than it should be there.... maybe Olmec messed up?).

I probably started that trend (it's not easy being a definitive source :lol:), however I did it with a reason on my site. If you read my episode notation guidelines (http://http://www.geocities.com/nicklegends/notesondescriptions.html), I state that each episode is indexed according to the artifact's name, not necessarily what Olmec says at the beginning of the show. Any extra information besides the artifact name is placed in parentheses after the artifact name. :wink: I should probably have changed that method a while back, but if you need a reason, that's why.

I'm not sure about the Silk Ladder one, though. Does Kirk immediately rephrase the artifact name? If not, I'll have to fix that on my site.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 16, 2006, 06:39:36 PM
Yeah, Kirk does. Immeadiately after Olmec announces it, Kirk says "Silk Ladder" even though Olmec never said anything about it being silk. That one is understandable.
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Post by: The Silver Snake on July 17, 2006, 04:53:01 AM
The Golden Stallion of Ali Baba
The Discarded Seal of Ivan the Terrible
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 17, 2006, 04:55:06 AM
Kirk messes up when introducing the teams in the Golden Stallion of Ali Baba. He says that the Orange Iguanas and the Silver Snakes were "1 and 2 in the moat" when they actually were not. The Blue Baracudas were the second team across in the moat. :P

Also, gotta love "The Discarded Seal of Ivan the Terrible". IMO, it's one of the most tragic losses as i really cannot see anything that this team could've done differently to win. They both moved fast and they still didn't win. Overall, i think this temple run is extremely exciting though, right down to that last temple gaurd grabbing. One of my favorites.
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on July 17, 2006, 05:36:48 AM
discarded seal is offically the hardest layout
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Post by: The Green Monkey on July 17, 2006, 05:56:19 AM
No way. I think the Dried Apple Half of William Tell is the hardest, even though I haven't actually seen it.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 17, 2006, 06:07:23 AM
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No way. I think the Dried Apple Half of William Tell is the hardest, even though I haven't actually seen it.

I dunno.... The Apple Half kids didn't move as fast as the Discarded Seal kids so we'll never know where that third temple gaurd was.... Overall though, the Discarded Seal kids moved through 9 rooms and still didn't get to the artifact... and there was no other way for them to go (the Forest-Shrine passage didn't open). Also, they definitely would've reached the seal if it weren't for the third temple gaurd. The Dried Apple Half would've passed through 9 rooms before they would've gotten to the artifact as well (Assuming that the Forest-Shrine passage would've oepened). However, if they had started in the Ledges, it could've been only 8 rooms.  I'm gonna go ahead and say that, IMO, the Discarded Seal of Ivan the Terrible is the hardest layout the show has seen.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 17, 2006, 06:15:17 AM
... Is it just me or did they skip "The Bifocal Monocle of One-Eyed Jack" this time around? I recently started watching Legends again when i got home from college in like early May and "Henry VIII's Great Seal" was the first one i watched... Well, they already showed that one again, but in between then and now, they didn't show "The Bifocal Monocle of One-Eyed Jack".... is it just me, or did anyone else notice this? :?
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on July 17, 2006, 06:50:07 AM
as sad as it is the bifocal monical is the only episode i remember by name from my childhood

and t reasure my layout theory the frontrunner in the discarded seal had to make the swing back go through atleast 5 rooms before a defanite capture and the third guard did not make it any easyer

and this episode proves that sometimes the guard was hidden in the warrior that did not open the door
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Post by: Olmec on July 17, 2006, 09:26:02 AM
The Bifocal Monocle of One Eyed Jack probably isn't skipped. Sometimes, they switch the order of episodes a little bit. It should be on by the end of the month. They last showed it on May 21st.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 17, 2006, 10:27:19 AM
Well, if The Walking Stick of Harriet Tubman got skipped last time, it's possible that the Bifocal Monocle got skipped this time, right?
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Post by: PAK Man on July 18, 2006, 09:38:31 AM
Today's Episodes:

The Lost Whale Bone of Pythias
The Golden Earring of Henry Morgan

One disappointing loss and one of the most exciting temple runs of all time today. Interesting note; When I first got Nick GAS, The Golden Earring of Henry Morgan was the first episode I saw.
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Post by: Olmec on July 18, 2006, 09:39:37 AM
The Lost Whale Bone of Pythias
The Golden Earring of Henry Morgan

The Walking Stick of Harriet Tubman wasn't skipped. It just simply wasn't shown for 5 months, so I think they'll show One-Eyed Jack soon.
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Post by: sag_2006 on July 18, 2006, 09:41:16 AM
The Lost Whalebone of Pythias

The Golden Earring of Henry Morgan

The first ep is another in a long line of disappointing Runs, as the dreaded "artifact in the center of the temple" trick, coupled with a pathetically slow second runner dooms the team.  Episode #2 is one of the most exciting non-wins in the show.  Just getting the earring with the luck they had is considered a victory in my books.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 18, 2006, 10:43:00 AM
No matter how disappointing The Lost Whale Bone of Pythias was, i still like that episode. You could tell Brittany was pissed after the run was over because the whole time Damien is in the temple she's yelling "RUN DAMIEN! FASTER FASTER!" :D
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on July 18, 2006, 10:48:04 AM
it was the only time there was a guard in the mine shaft. something i dont understand in the jesters court shem uses the ladder to climb down why doesn't he just jump of the box.
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Post by: The Green Monkey on July 18, 2006, 11:42:50 AM
Was the door to the Mandarin Hand from the Storeroom open after Shem was done in that room? I couldn't tell. If so, Shem may have even been able to get the earring out in time.
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Post by: nicklegends on July 18, 2006, 11:56:04 AM
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Was the door to the Mandarin Hand from the Storeroom open after Shem was done in that room? I couldn't tell. If so, Shem may have even been able to get the earring out in time.
I don't think it is possible to tell, but I feel that Shem was a smart enough player that he would have checked that door first before going into the Observatory. But who knows?
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on July 18, 2006, 12:08:10 PM
if he was so smart than why did he use the ladder in the court why not just jump down?
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Post by: Olmec on July 18, 2006, 01:51:52 PM
*waits for more posts about how Shem was such an idiot for using a ladder to go down, then jump a box*

Dude, that would've saved like 2 seconds. It was even that important. Shem was fast, Shem was smart, Shem was one of the best players, end of story.
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Post by: Olmec on July 18, 2006, 01:55:37 PM
I like how the Orange Iguanas are being good sports about the tiebreaker & the Silver Snakes aren't like celebrating so much, the Orange Iguanas get pissed. Also, after the tiebreaker (when the Silver Snakes just found out they got it right, after they high five, well high ten), Shem rubs Kirk's hair. Sorry, that just struck me as pretty weird, but not as much as Missy & John made it to second base!
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Post by: Olmec on July 18, 2006, 04:49:18 PM
Wow, the episodes were similar. Same teams in Steps of Knowledge, same room location, same layout (basically, besides Temple Guard 2), girls go in first, Orange Iguanas in both Temple Games, cool stuff.
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on July 18, 2006, 05:15:03 PM
i stand by my ladder theory
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 18, 2006, 06:07:01 PM
There have been worse moves than Shem wasting 2 seconds climbing down a ladder.
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Post by: The Silver Snake on July 18, 2006, 06:11:04 PM
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There have been worse moves than Shem wasting 2 seconds climbing down a ladder.

Like the pair of people in The Golden Cricket Cage of Khan.
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Post by: Mstrgmr on July 19, 2006, 01:40:01 AM
Or anyone who didn't try the door from the bottom left room to The Shrine
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Post by: thesilvermonkey on July 19, 2006, 04:46:26 AM
Todays Episodes:

The Smashed Printing Plate of Fredrick Douglas
The imperial Purple Robe of Emporess Theodora
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on July 19, 2006, 06:09:41 AM
your right there have been dumber and slower players. like in the smashed printing plate. and in the purple robe episode
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Post by: The Green Monkey on July 19, 2006, 06:09:56 AM
What ever happened to Renegade? He hasn't uploaded any temple runs onto his site for a couple weeks now, and it's where I watch the temple runs.
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Post by: sag_2006 on July 19, 2006, 07:12:14 AM
2 more rather disappointing runs today.  Although, to be fair, the artifact in the first episode was pretty big, so they might not have had a chance to make it out anyway.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on July 19, 2006, 09:56:25 AM
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What ever happened to Renegade? He hasn't uploaded any temple runs onto his site for a couple weeks now, and it's where I watch the temple runs.
I think he's gonna be offline because of his job or something like that.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 19, 2006, 11:01:38 AM
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2 more rather disappointing runs today.  Although, to be fair, the artifact in the first episode was pretty big, so they might not have had a chance to make it out anyway.

Please, The Much-Heralded Helmet was easily the bigest artifact that the show had seen and she made it out. The Printing Plate was like half the size of the helmet.
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on July 19, 2006, 11:10:00 AM
yah but the helmet had a feather so you could pick it up with your hand. with the smashed plate you would have to drag it through the pit. and plus the helmet was an easy layout. the smashed printing plate his a hellishly hard layout. solo victory was impossible
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 19, 2006, 11:33:03 AM
In all honesty, the printing plate didn't really look that big to me... and it was thin as well. Essentially the layouts for The Much-Heralded Helmet and the Smashed Printing Plate were the same except there was one more room to traverse in the Printing Plate one (the Shrine-Forest doors opened, but Jason didn't take them) and there was temple gaurds along the way as well. It definitely was a harder layout than the Helmet layout though, not gonna argue that.... but really it wasn't THAT much harder.
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Post by: sag_2006 on July 20, 2006, 04:40:36 AM
The Bifocal Monocle of One-Eyed Jack
The Water Bottle of Ponce de Leon

Two of the trickiest Temple layouts of all time today.  The second team comes within a ladder's distance of the artifact, before encountering the temple guard that would end up being their downfall.
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on July 20, 2006, 04:52:26 AM
the bifocal monical is one of those rare 3rd season layouts where its possible for a solo win. and the team fails misserably. just like the uselessmap of the chefta chieftan or the broken trident
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 20, 2006, 05:00:22 AM
Yay, the Bifocal Monocle of One-Eyed Jack was on today! You guys know what this means?!? I have now seen EVERY EPISODE OF LEGENDS!!! Oh happy day! :P

So, now about the temple run of the Bifocal Monocle: It was very similar to a season 1 temple run in that it was dead-ends galore. Also, if the frontrunner didn't spend over a minute trying to climb out of the pit, they could've gotten very close.

As for The Ponce de Leon episode.... well, we all know how that turned out. Definitely one of the hardest temple layouts and there was definitely nothing they could do. Of course the frontrunner didn't really move that fast and he was confused sometimes, but honestly.... nothing... Well maybe he could've taken the Shrine-Tomb passage but that's it really.

No wait, actually, there is something. If they had started in the Cave of Size and met the first temple gaurd there, then the frontrunner would've been taken out in the Observatory. Then the temple gaurd in the Room of Harmonic Convergance wouldn't have mattered when the second runner would get there.
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Post by: Mstrgmr on July 20, 2006, 05:39:47 AM
That was an impossible layout unless they went into The Cave of Size and had two pendents, I always felt sorry for them when he ran in there and was caught
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Post by: Olmec on July 20, 2006, 09:34:23 AM
Congrats, The Purple Parrot :D

Yup, both episodes were harder. I didn't think the Smashed Printing Plate or the Much Heralded Helmet were that big. By the way, how The Very Tall Turban of Ahmed Baba & The Water Bottle of Ponce De Leon had the most number of accomplished room objectives (9), the Pendant of Kamehameha had 10. Just saying! The Bifocal Monocle of One-Eyed Jack reminds me of the Silver Cannonball of Grandy Nanny.
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on July 20, 2006, 10:33:22 AM
hey your right
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Post by: nicklegends on July 20, 2006, 10:41:04 AM
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By the way, how The Very Tall Turban of Ahmed Baba & The Water Bottle of Ponce De Leon had the most number of accomplished room objectives (9), the Pendant of Kamehameha had 10. Just saying!

That is true on a team level, however, on an individual level, The Water Bottle and Tall Turban episodes still hold the record. 9 is the theoretical maximum for completed objectives by a single player, because a player is forced to go through two temple guard rooms by their tenth room entered. One could argue the Dark Forest evasion would raise that maximum, but, meh, I'm not taking it that far. :wink:
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Post by: sag_2006 on July 21, 2006, 09:40:12 AM
The Shriveled Hand of Efoua
The War Fan of the 47 Ronin

And, two more disappointing Temple Runs.  We're majorly due for a win here.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 21, 2006, 10:17:18 AM
The Shriveled Hand was one of those impossible layouts and The War Fan was lost because of a production error. They easily would have won if it wasn't forthat error that cost them like 35 seconds.
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on July 21, 2006, 10:20:40 AM
i don't know elise was really slow and this team defanitly wasn't the smartest. and the just barly made it to the temple. plus it think this was the one of the first episodes recorded of the third season. olmecs squaky neck mouth and the prerun fotage support my theory
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 21, 2006, 11:18:42 AM
Elise wasn't THAT slow... all she had to do was complete the objective of the Room of the Secret Password and get the fan and get out. With an extra 35 seconds, she would've done it easily. She made it to the room where Jeremy was removed even without those crucial 35 seconds.

Also, the skull in The Tomb of the Headless Kings was never placed in the ceiling compartments... it was always sitting on the chair with the skeleton. That stalled them too because Jeremy was trying to complete the objective when it was halfway completed for him.... the production should be ashamed of this episode.
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on July 21, 2006, 11:47:21 AM
wasn't that slow damien of the lost whalebone of pythies was faster. plus when she got to the room of the secret password she just looked around till time ran out. (partially becuse kirk was yelling slide down) but still this team did not deserve to be at the temple.
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Post by: Olmec on July 21, 2006, 02:07:33 PM
With 26 extra seconds (for the door being closed that long), I'm not sure she could've gotten out, but I'm sure Elise could've grabbed the War Fan. Kirk said "Slide down, slide down!" but wouldn't Elise still have to shout out the Secret Password? Or would she have to pull a Fredrick Douglas & just slide down?
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Post by: Bluebarracuda7 on July 21, 2006, 02:11:02 PM
i think in both cases there was an actuator that sometimes worked.  :? but whether or not if that's true, it would take an amount of time to slide right?
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Post by: The Green Monkey on July 21, 2006, 03:46:51 PM
It should take about 3 seconds, give or take.

But yeah, you got to hate it when a stupid production error keeps the teams from winning. :(

As for the Shriveled Hand, yes, very tough layout indeed, but I thought Jeanelle and Bobby could've moved faster than they did.
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on July 21, 2006, 04:12:31 PM
stop felling sympathetic for the kids in the war fan. production error aside they were a horrable team that did not deserve to win
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Post by: The Green Monkey on July 21, 2006, 04:18:15 PM
Well, I'm just judging from the Temple Run, since that's the only part of the episode I've seen. Jeremy looked relatively solid for the most part, and I thought Elise could've gotten to the fan despite the fact that she moved a bit slow.

And I feel a little insulted at that comment, by the way.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on July 21, 2006, 04:21:13 PM
I didn't think the team was THAT bad.
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Post by: Olmec on July 21, 2006, 04:56:58 PM
Seriously, they weren't that bad. If there was no error, they could've easily gotten the Fan with roughly 25 seconds left. It would be close on the way out, probably like a Johnny Appleseed of Polynesian Girl, if she sped out of the Temple, maybe an Icarus!
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Post by: nicklegends on July 21, 2006, 05:28:56 PM
The team had the potential to retrieve the artifact, but the frontrunner's accident didn't give them a chance to show it well.
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Post by: Bluebarracuda7 on July 21, 2006, 06:19:53 PM
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stop felling sympathetic for the kids in the war fan. production error aside they were a horrable team that did not deserve to win


well...the girl did have a bad sense of memory in the temple game...but her memory was certainly better than the Red Jaguar! :lol:
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 21, 2006, 06:46:20 PM
... I stand by my opinion that the War Fan team would've won if it were not for  the production errors (The skull sitting on the chair and the door closing). :?
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Post by: Olmec on July 22, 2006, 04:07:23 AM
The Ivory Elephant of Shahrazad/Scheherazade

The intro seemed to go really fast (like where the logo comes & they zoom from left to right of the layout 1 of the Temple), & the audience seemed very excited.
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Post by: Olmec on July 22, 2006, 04:25:20 AM
I think the Ivory Elephant was the first episode of layout 3 of season 2, you can tell. Kirk does his interviews with the kids, he's more enthusiastic. This would make it episode 56. Haha, Brad was funny "the mile dash". By the way, in the second Temple Game, you can see (what I think is) the Jeweled Necklace of Montezuma. The third Temple Game is one you don't see often, I only reember it in "The Very Tall Turban of Ahmed Baba", but there were probably a few more. It's probably only a layout 3 Temple Game. The second & third Temple Games were close! Haha "We'll see if they can retrieve the Ivory Elephant of Shhh......Sharazad, right after this!" It's funny how he can't say "Shahrazad/Scheherazade (or Sforza, as a matter of fact).

Also (the Shrivled Hand of Efoua), when they zoom to the Temple for the break before the Temple Games, you can see the Crown of Queen Nzinga in the Lighning Ball Room.
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Post by: Olmec on July 22, 2006, 04:45:13 AM
The Stolen Arm of Shiva


It's a pretty average episode.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 22, 2006, 04:46:15 AM
Both of today's episodes are pretty average... but i love when the Purple Parrot slips and falls into the moat in the Ivory Elephant episode. :P
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on July 22, 2006, 09:49:50 AM
in the arm of shiva im pretty sure that evan puts his hand at the base of the shrine of the silver monky and pulls the other half pendant of of the base
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Post by: PAK Man on July 22, 2006, 10:12:03 AM
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in the arm of shiva im pretty sure that evan puts his hand at the base of the shrine of the silver monky and pulls the other half pendant of of the base


He did. That's where the 1/2 pendent was usually hidden in season one. There's another episode where that happened. I think it was The Code Book of Mata Hari, but I'm not sure.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on July 22, 2006, 10:22:13 AM
I remember there was a Season 1 episode where the half pendant was hidden somewhere else other than the the shrine was "Treasure Of Anne Bonny"
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 22, 2006, 11:25:50 AM
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in the arm of shiva im pretty sure that evan puts his hand at the base of the shrine of the silver monky and pulls the other half pendant of of the base

He did. That's where the 1/2 pendent was usually hidden in season one. There's another episode where that happened. I think it was The Code Book of Mata Hari, but I'm not sure.

The half pendant is picked up by the frontrunner in The Codebook of Mata Hari & it's picked up by the second runner in Alexander and the Gordion Knot. And yeah, the it's picked up in the Stolen rm of Shiva too.
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Post by: The Green Monkey on July 22, 2006, 12:39:49 PM
Quote from: ""Purple Parrots Fan""
I remember there was a Season 1 episode where the half pendant was hidden somewhere else other than the the shrine was "Treasure Of Anne Bonny"


Yeah. It was hanging on the ladder in the Throne Room. Kirk pointed that out for them too.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on July 22, 2006, 02:53:56 PM
Yeah, and I liked the picture of when the 2nd runner is picking up the pendant. He's like "Focus now, focus" acting as if the pendant was just gonne get up and walk away. :lol: (picture below)

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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 23, 2006, 01:27:00 AM
The Lion-Headed Bracelet of Chandragupta -
I found it interesting that the moat crossing that they had was that one where one partner was in the water and the other partner had to balance on the floating raft and none of these kids fell in the water... not even the teams that didn't make it across. Another interesting note, the steps of knowledge was a double shut-out (the green monkeys and silver snakes answered all of the first 6 questions correctly). The temple games in this episode include close competitions in all 3 events. The temple run is an extremely excting solo run. Andrea did everything right and she even waved the hidden half pendant to her partner should he need it (it was hidden in a pot in the King's Storeroom). Then of course, after Andrea makes her way out of the temple, there's that famous, oddly-placed "cut-off" in which Kirk says "They're going to the Bahamas!" and then it immediately cuts to the credits.... I'm assuming that this is the last episode that AIRED. It would make sense, right? Oh, and there was no audience for the temple run.

The Sacred Ring of Sultan Suleiman -
I actually like this episode. It has a good moat crossing. It's kinda comical because of what happens to the purple parrots when they're about to finish. The boy crosses and just leaves his partner to hang there. The steps of knowledge are good... nothing really notable happens. The temple games are pretty exciting, especially the third one. During the first temple game, you can see "The Plumed Headdress of Cosarara" in the Mine Shaft and "The Lost Lion Tail of Little John" in the Shrine of the Silver Monkey. Thetemple run was rather tragic and i blame it al on Brian, the frontrunner. He didn't try all the books in the Crypt before going down to the Ledges where he lost his pendant and wasted 30 seconds. He gets taken out in the Observatory. Gracelyn runs in but she's not particularly fast. She passes the hidden half pendant, but once again, i do not blame her... I blame Brian for not signalling to her because he was the one who hit the Observatory's actuator. Gracelyn makes her way to the King's Storeroom which was just another dead end (she could've gone straight down to Medusa's Lair from the Observatory). When she does go into Medusa's Lair, she gets removed by the third temple gaurd eventhough she tries to just give him the half pendant. This is the only Purple Parrots team to lose because of 3 temple gaurds.... but they made so many mistakes, they were gonna lose anyway.

:D
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Post by: sag_2006 on July 23, 2006, 04:13:29 AM
Well, a 50/50 day today, as episode 1 features one of the last great moments in Legends history (rumor has it that this was the last ever episode recorded, as evidenced by the cut-off to the credits The Purple Parrot mentioned.)

The back end of the doubleheader is another in the long line of tragic Temple Runs.  Parrot already gave his detailed thoughts on this one, so I'll end this post right here.
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Post by: Olmec on July 23, 2006, 04:53:47 AM
The Lion-Headed Bracelet of Chandragupta - Wow... I haven't seen this in a long time, but I totally forgot how great it was. My top 3 episodes before were: Annie Taylor, Emiliano Zapata, & Sforza. This might overthrone Sforza. Kirk was very enthusiastic in this episode (I caught some squeeking from Olmec, did you guys?)! It was great! Double Sweep on Steps of Knowledge. The "On your marks... get set... LAUNCH! (off microphone) That mean's go!" was very funny. Kirk said they were going to the Bahamas at the end, but the trip was to San Diego. It was very exciting & I love the passion of the teams. They had excellent sportsmanship too.

The Sacred Ring of Sultan Suleiman - I just caught the Plumed Headdress of Cosarara & The Lost Lion Tail of Little John in their respective rooms. This episode is pretty good, until the Temple Run. The Moat, hiliarious when Brian leaves Gracelyn on the ring, but nice recovery. The Steps of Knowledge was usual. I like how the first Temple Game links to the last, it did in another recent episode, but I forget which one (it was season 2), I'm gonna check the log now. The Imperial Robe of Empress Theodora, I think? Well, the Temple Run was pretty pathetic, but with the way they were going (I don't know if the Observatory-Medusa's Lair door as open, but I'll check at the end of the episode, it's on now), it was a very good use of "go backwards to go foward" strategy. Brian was a re-re & didn't try all 3 doors, & ran into an Temple Guard in the Ledges, that was unnecessary. Then he didn't point out the 1/2 Pendant on the Observatory-Troubled Bridge actuator. Gracelyn foolishly didn't notice it & got caught with a 1/2 Pendant. *sigh* Stupid re-res. By the way, I have this episode on tape from a rerun on Nickelodeon in like 1997-1998.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 23, 2006, 10:30:22 AM
Trust me, the Observatory-Medusa's Lair door opened. :wink:
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Post by: Olmec on July 23, 2006, 11:17:55 AM
Yeah, you can tell when she gets taken out. I liked the "go backwards to go foward" thing though. Without that, it's more like The Useless Map of the Chibcha Chieftan & the Jeweled Scabbard of Sfroza.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 24, 2006, 12:49:16 AM
The Milk Bucket of Freydis -
This is easily one of my favorite temple runs. These Purple Parrots were a great team, but it was only one Purple Parrot that mattered in the end. Tarrah was easily one of the littlest players that made it to the temple, but she did it all by herself. She seemed to get very lucky in certain rooms (The Jester's Court comes to mind). She made a wrong turn at one point and sometiems she was hesitant but she grabbed the bucket with around 30-something seconds. We all know what happens next. She goes into the pit and tries to jump across the chasm!.... but she smacks against the cliff on the other side and falls to the bottom of the pit! <3 Then she's making her way into the ledges and you can see that the bucket is broken on the bottom. She finally climbs out of the temple for a very close 1 second win!

NOTE: I'm led to believe that the other temple gaurds were in the Mine Shaft and the Crypt because those are the only rooms that Tarrah never enters besides The Room of the Mandarin Hand (which no doors open toward).

The Helmet of Genghis Kahn -
It's a pretty regular episode that results in a win for the Red Jaguars. One notable thing is that in the second temple game, the score was zero to zero so they both got the half pendant. I guess the moat crossing was pretty close too. The temple run wasn't particularly difficult but still, a win's a win. :P
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Post by: Mstrgmr on July 24, 2006, 01:18:00 AM
I noticed something when I watched the Bifocal Monocle yesterday, the second runner picked up the half pendent in The Tomb of the Headless Kings.  It was setting on the right chair, and I saw him pick it up and put it on his wrist
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Post by: nicklegends on July 24, 2006, 06:38:17 AM
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I noticed something when I watched the Bifocal Monocle yesterday, the second runner picked up the half pendent in The Tomb of the Headless Kings.  It was setting on the right chair, and I saw him pick it up and put it on his wrist

I suppose I'll have to add that to my site, then! Thank you.
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Post by: sag_2006 on July 24, 2006, 07:33:07 AM
A 2-for-2 day on the Legends block today!

The Milk Bucket of Freydis- Ah, yes... the legendary jump that was not to be.  LOL.  Definately one of the funniest moments in Legends history.  Tarrah wasn't the fastest, or the smartest runner in the world, but she got the job done, even if it did end rather painfully. :P

Not much to say about the Helmet of Genghis Kahn.  The layout was somewhat easy, so the chances were good that the Run result in a win.
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Post by: Olmec on July 24, 2006, 09:26:41 AM
The Milk Bucket of Freydis - Wow, tihs is in my top 10 favorite episodes. Tarrah was so cute! Chris was awesome too. Tarrah wasn't the strongest, fastest, or smartest, she got a little confused at one point, but she still knew what she was doing (besides one point, that only wasted like 2 seconds). So, in the end, great job Tarrah! You grabbed the Milk Bucket. Then, she tries to jump the 2 ledges in the Pit of Despair & boom! She lands face first & falls back into the Pit of Despair (kinda reminds me of Carmen on Fear Factor Season 2, when he had to jump between to ski boats. He pulled a Tarrah & flew into the water XD). What I find more exciting was Tarrah entering the Ledges. She puts the bucket on her right side & tries to get into the crawl tube! But the Milk Bucket, being a pretty wide object, she gets wedged between the wall in the crawl tube & the Bucket itself! She tries & tries & she finally gets through, crawls out through the Ledges, & it's a 1 second victory. Note, I have this episode on tape from a 97-98 rerun, just like the Sacred Ring of Sultan Suleiman, & the Helmet of Genghis Khan (I'll do my "review" of it later tonight, since I wanna watch something else now, & I'll just catch the 7:30 show).
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on July 24, 2006, 10:04:12 AM
Milk Bucket Of Freydis, a purple parrot win. I like that ep 8)
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Post by: Olmec on July 24, 2006, 04:37:29 PM
The Helmet of Genghis Khan - I didn't watch the episode, this is from memory, I'll get out the tape eventually. It was a pretty good Temple Run. It was pretty easy layout, but still a victory. This was a cool team. Was this the episode where the girl only got the head of the doll on the ramp, & not the whole thing?
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on July 24, 2006, 04:44:55 PM
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Originally Posted by Olmec:
Was this the episode where the girl only got the head of the doll on the ramp, & not the whole thing?


Yep.
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Post by: Olmec on July 24, 2006, 04:54:48 PM
YAYA!
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Post by: Kirk Fogg's Wife on July 24, 2006, 04:56:59 PM
I am watching that episode right now.
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Post by: The Green Monkey on July 24, 2006, 04:59:27 PM
*Sighs* I always resent the fact that I don't have Nick GAS where I live. I only watch episodes by downloading them or watching them at houses of my relatives that do have the channel.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on July 24, 2006, 05:39:31 PM
Yeah same here, Green Monkey.
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Post by: PhantomBPR on July 24, 2006, 05:42:27 PM
I never thought this post would go on for so long. I've decided to make it a sticky since you all seem to want to continue the log. Have fun!
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on July 25, 2006, 04:47:19 AM
lol thanks, we will have fun!
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Post by: sag_2006 on July 25, 2006, 09:49:04 AM
The Useless Map of the Chibcha Chieftain

The Lucky Pillow of Annie Taylor

The first episode today features a very quick Temple Run.  Just over half of the alotted time remains when the third Guard ends the run.

The second one, however, is a Legends classic.  Missy becomes the first contestant ever to conquer the classic "Place the artifact in the center of the temple" trick that stymied almost every other Legends team before and after her.  She was a nervous wreck throught the whole episode, but she came, saw, and conquered the Temple despite all that.
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Post by: Olmec on July 25, 2006, 09:49:14 AM
YAYA!

The second episode was The Heart-Shaped Pillow of Annie Taylor, I missed the first, but I'm pretty sure it was the Useless Map of the Chicha Chieftan. I think John got to second base twice in this episode. After they got to the bottom step in the Steps of Knowledge, I think I saw him try to get in another feel. This is my favorite episode of all time. I <3 Stuart, Jamea, John, & Missy!
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 25, 2006, 10:07:07 AM
My episode summary of the Lucky Pillow of Annie Taylor:

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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on July 25, 2006, 10:41:53 AM
Ah, the classic Heart Shaped Pillow episode 8)
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Post by: tss1011 on July 25, 2006, 10:57:14 AM
Now immortalized as a YTMND.   8)
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Post by: Olmec on July 25, 2006, 02:34:00 PM
The Useless Map of the Chibcha Chieftan - Yaya, this is a good episode. Eldorado is cool. This team did nothing wrong, just the fact they had 1 Pendant. They went pretty fast. They gotten taken out in their 5th room. All the rooms had some objective other then "press the actuator". "Elizabeth I's Golden Ship" was only 6 seconds faster, they got taken out in 4 rooms, all the rooms were press the actuator. Impressive!
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on July 25, 2006, 03:00:19 PM
Yeah, I felt sorry for that team in the Useless Map one.
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Post by: The Green Monkey on July 25, 2006, 03:08:39 PM
They were good in the run; things happen sometimes.

I've seen the Heart-shaped Pillow; it's one of the best, IMO. I thought the 2nd Temple Game was hilarious, having Missy just getting squirted over and over. :lol: And I loved her emotion after winning.
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Post by: Olmec on July 25, 2006, 05:13:43 PM
Quote from: ""Purple Parrots Fan""
Yeah, I felt sorry for that team in the Useless Map one.


Yeah, Halle looked like she was gonna cry at the end.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on July 26, 2006, 03:45:25 AM
Yeah, there were a lot of quick losses throughout the show, but Elizabeth The I's Golden ship will always hold the "quickest loss" record.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 26, 2006, 10:03:17 AM
The Golden Goblet of Atilla the Hun:
I actually think that this was a solid episode, despite the outcome. This layout is my personal favorite and my personal favorite moat-type as well. In the steps of knowledge, the Green Monkeys were complete idiots. The temple games were Red vs Purple. Of course i was rooting for Purple, but the only time the Purple Parrots ever beat the Red Jaguars in the temple games is in "The Bone Necklace of the Blackfeet Chief" (Yes, there were actually a lot of Red vs Purple episodes). Also, the games came down to a tie breaker in which the Purple Parrots have only won one time as well and it wasn't this time. So Red goes to the temple. Raechelle volunteers to go in first. She moves at a decent speed and decides to go upto the Obervatory. You can see the hidden half pendant on the Medusa's Lair actuator. She makes quick work of the Observatory and heads down to Medusa's Lair. TEMPLE GAURD! Then she puts the snakes in the bust, and wouldn't you know it: PRODUCTION ERROR! There's a delay, the eyes never light up, but a door opens anyway. She hesitates a little, but goes down to the Laser Light Room. That opens to the Jester's Court where she has a bit of trouble. The Jester's Court opens upwards to the King's Storeroom. She completes the objective there and goes into the Shrine with little time remaining. She assembles the monkey but just as she's slamming the head on, time runs out. I'm guessing that since this was easily the hardest layout of seaon 2 that the Shrine-Mineshaft door would've opened and she could've grabbed the Goblet. It's a shame.... there really wasn't much else she could do differently... She didn't have to go the the Observatory because you can see that the Pit-Medusa's Lair door opened. However, she actually moved quickly through the Observatory so i can't say just how much time she actually would've saved. Even though her partner didn't get to go into the temple, he seemed quite alright with it. He even blew kisses to Shelly after it was over. LOTHT Romance!?!?

The Helmet of Joan of Arc:
Close moat crossing, close steps of knowledge, close temple games, disappointing temple run. The temple games were red vs blue. Both of the girls were named Amanda which i found comical. So in the second temple game, it's Amanda vs Amanda. It's the game where they havet o climb up that shaft with the clear plastic covering in the front. This time they had to dig for crowns and put them on their heads and then climb up and put them on mannequin heads at the top. Red Amanda climbs upto the top twice and drops her crown. However, she put forth a great effort and ended up tying her opponent. The temple was kinda blah... artifact hidden in the Heart Room. Eddie went in first and he was fast, but was taken out in the Room of Harmonic Convergence. Amanda went in and she moved at an ok pace, but she certainly didn't make up any time. When she got into the Bamboo Forest, she tried going upward, so i do give her credit for trying doors leading towards the artifact. It didn't work of course so she was kinda stuck in that room for a little bit. Eventually she took the elevator and we all know how much the elevator ruins some temple runs. That's really all i can say.
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Post by: Olmec on July 26, 2006, 12:44:13 PM
The Golden Goblet of Atilla the Hun - Yeah, I liked this episode too. It was solid, but the Temple layout was hard! When Rachelle jammed the head ontop of the Silver Monkey just as time expired, I think I saw the Shrine-Shaft passage open. I liked this team, I found it funny how Taylor blew kisses to Rachelle/Shelley. I'm pretty sure I have this episode from a 97-98 rerun on tape.

The Helmet of Joan of Arc - w00t, my first episode ever! I love this episode. It was solid too. Eddie was fast! Funny how both girls were Amanda, though the Red Jaguars girl is sometimes referred to as Mandy, that's what I'll call her. Mandy wasn't too bad, she tried the Bamboo-Treasure door, which I give her props for. She grabbed the key in the Tomb, I think it would've opened, or at least the Well-Shrine passage. Too bad. I know I have this episode on a 97-98 rerun.
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Post by: Olmec on July 26, 2006, 12:46:29 PM
Also, I noticed that Kirk didn't tell us to join him on another great Legends of the Hidden Temple. He just said "Oh, nice try guys, we gotta go, buh-bye!", or something along the lines of that.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on July 26, 2006, 01:15:27 PM
^ which ep was that the Helmet Of Joan Of Arc or The Golden Goblet of Atilla the Hun??
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Post by: Olmec on July 26, 2006, 01:37:54 PM
Sorry, that was about the Helmet of Joan of Arc. Also, Rachelle/Shelley never got the head on straight for the Silver Monkey, so we can't tell if the Shaft-Shrine door opened.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 26, 2006, 06:59:16 PM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
Sorry, that was about the Helmet of Joan of Arc. Also, Rachelle/Shelley never got the head on straight for the Silver Monkey, so we can't tell if the Shaft-Shrine door opened.

Yeah, she slammed it on crooked and time ran out as she was doing it so i guess she just didn;t bother to straighten it... Given the circumstances, i'm guessing that the Room of the Secret Password door and the Mineshaft door both would've opened, but there would've been a temple gaurd in the Room of the Secret Password. Just my theory.

Still, even though she used the whole 3 minutes in the temple herself without reaching the Goblet, i give her tons of credit for even getting as far as she did. She passed through 7 rooms herself and almost completed her 8th room. Tough layout, tough luck.
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Post by: PAK Man on July 27, 2006, 05:44:24 AM
The Collar of Davy Crockett--One of the strangest episodes in that Kirk didn't declare victory until the collar was in his hands. Did you notice he didn't even say they won until he looked at it? I wonder what the point of that was.

The Plumed Headdress of Cosarara--I felt bad for this team, because it seemed like they didn't do anything wrong, it was the layout that got them. I think anytime you have to go up the center shaft, you're going to encounter trouble. Oh, well. At least Jessie almost made it to the Mine Shaft.
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Post by: nicklegends on July 27, 2006, 07:27:42 AM
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The Collar of Davy Crockett--One of the strangest episodes in that Kirk didn't declare victory until the collar was in his hands. Did you notice he didn't even say they won until he looked at it? I wonder what the point of that was.
I'm almost positive this was because the collar's tag was simply an ordinary pendant that was used on the show (cheap props, eh?). He just wanted to see that it really was the artifact and not a player's clever attempt at imitating it.
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Post by: tss1011 on July 27, 2006, 07:35:44 AM
Give me the collar!  Thankfully Kirk never did that again once they put in a gate.

I'm not sure I believe that about Kirk wanting to see if it's the real artifact, given that the team only had one pendant.  Besides, we're talking about Kirk here.   :wink:
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on July 27, 2006, 08:33:19 AM
how could he fool him. the snakes, they only had one pendant
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Post by: thesilvermonkey on July 27, 2006, 09:46:56 AM
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how could he fool him. the snakes, they only had one pendant


good question
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Post by: The Green Monkey on July 27, 2006, 09:48:48 AM
Um, this is off-topic, but Jon, you said you would have a new Legends episode on your site by Monday, then you moved it to Wednesday. Now it's Thursday and I'm pretty annoyed that there's nothing up there.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on July 27, 2006, 10:07:33 AM
Yeah I was wondering that too...I'm not annoyed or anything but I don't think you ever put that legends episode up yet.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 27, 2006, 11:08:03 AM
I would do episode summaries today except i just plain don't feel like it. So i'm gonna do some half-assed summaries.

The Collar of Davey Crocket is a good episode with a pretty exciting temple (though it's only one room more than the Sforza episode and the rooms are easier in Season 1...). I felt that Shannon was a very amiable contestant and the crowd was going wild during the temple run. They earned their win.

The Plumed Headdress of Cosarara.... I actually hate this episode... I just do... The moat was heavily editted because the Jaguars, the Iguanas, and the Parrots couldn't make it across. The Legend was stupid. The games were average. The temple was disappointing in that i expected so much more from Jesse. She seemed so excitable and then she got in the temple and couldn't climb ladders for her life... maybe she got nervous? M'eh, oh well. They were close...

PS, the Plumed Headdress is the basically the same layout as The Lost Hornpipe of the Pirate Captain (that is assuming that the Mineshaft door would've opened).
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on July 27, 2006, 03:34:51 PM
Well, @ least the lost hornpipe one was a win.
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Post by: Olmec on July 27, 2006, 04:58:28 PM
The Collar of Davy Crocket - Cool episode. My dad loves Davy Crocket, he likes knows 100 different verses for the song, so this has a place in my heart. They came from behind, they won. Shannon had an EXCELLENT plan, but she still didn't give up. I didn't really like Adam, but he did bring the Collar to Kirk, haha!

The Plumed Headdress of Cosarara - This wasn't a bad episode, kinda average. I remember like the interviews the most, I just remember like the weirdest things about the episodes, for this one, it was the 4 player interviews. Pretty sure I have this on tape from a 97-98 rerun.
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Post by: Olmec on July 27, 2006, 05:04:36 PM
Also, Kirk called Justin "Jessie" as he slid down the Ledges slide. He also called them the Purple Parrots twice before the run. Once, it was like "the Pur-Green Monkeys" the second time it was "the Purple Parrots, wait! Green Monkeys"
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on July 28, 2006, 03:00:10 AM
Oh yeah I remember that, maybe right after the episode was being filmed there was a purple parrot run.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 28, 2006, 03:06:01 AM
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Oh yeah I remember that, maybe right after the episode was being filmed there was a purple parrot run.


The Lost Lion Tail of Little John & The Sacred Ring of Sultan Suleiman were taped on the same day. :wink:
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on July 28, 2006, 03:08:01 AM
Cool, then no wonder he mixed up the team names. :lol:
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Post by: tss1011 on July 28, 2006, 06:23:09 AM
Not quite as classic as the time he said "Silver Monkeys", but still good.  (Here's a hint, Kirk: check their shirt color.  :wink:)
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Post by: nicklegends on July 28, 2006, 07:14:19 AM
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Oh yeah I remember that, maybe right after the episode was being filmed there was a purple parrot run.

The Lost Lion Tail of Little John & The Sacred Ring of Sultan Suleiman were taped on the same day. :wink:

And, Cosarara was on the same day as well. During a temple game (I think it was), you can see it in the background. There aren't any more instances where we know three episodes taped on the same day...
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 28, 2006, 09:23:45 AM
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And, Cosarara was on the same day as well. During a temple game (I think it was), you can see it in the background. There aren't any more instances where we know three episodes taped on the same day...


Yeah... that's what we were talking about... :P
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Post by: nicklegends on July 28, 2006, 09:34:55 AM
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And, Cosarara was on the same day as well. During a temple game (I think it was), you can see it in the background. There aren't any more instances where we know three episodes taped on the same day...

Yeah... that's what we were talking about... :P

Wait, then where did the Suleiman comment come from?
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Post by: sag_2006 on July 28, 2006, 09:42:00 AM
The Codebook of Mata Hari

The frontrunner here ends up being one room away from the codebook, but unfortunately, a Temple Guard ruins all hope of success.  The second runner had absolutely no chance after that, only managing to enter the Holes of Python before time ran out.

The Ruby Earring of Benzibab

From one of the most disappointing episodes of the series, to one of the best.  This is a great team effort, as the Snakes get the job done with a full minute left!  (The only episode in the show's history that a successfull team temple run takes less than 2 minutes).  That, combined with Kirk's unusual energy, makes for one of the best episodes in the series.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 28, 2006, 09:43:40 AM
Today:

The Codebook of Mata Hari -
I personally hate this episode. The moat was pretty good. Something to look at is how fast the girl on the Purple Parrots paddled across the moat on the inner tube... That had to be a record. On the steps of knowledge, i was really rooting for the Parrots as always, and they came so close (even answering a few questions wrong), but the Blue Baracudas rang in before them on the final question. There's no doubt in my mind that these Parrots would've beaten the pathetic Silver Snakes team had thy gotten to the games. These were the most rediculously biased temple games. Kirk had no idea was he was doing. In the first temple game, the girl on the Silver Snakes CLEARLY lost the game because the Blue Baracuda boy transfered more books than her, but Kirk said that she was "further along"which she was not. The second temple game, the Blue Baracudas won fair and square. In the final temple game, the Blue Baracuda girl was so pathetic, she couldn't even enter that snake tube thing. At the end of the game, the score is tied (both teams were pathetic) and both the Blue Baracuda and the Silver Snake were at THE EXACT SAME SPOT... but somehow the Silver Snakes were "furthest along".  :roll: The final score should've been Blue Baracudas: 2. Silver Snakes: 1. The temple run was also pathetic. The front runner was too slow and he had a touch time manuevering through the Cave of Size and the Holes of Python because he was rather chubby. The second runner was even slower. The only thing that makes me even remotely remember this temple run is that there was a temple gaurd in The Holes of Python and i thought that was cool.

Note: The frontrunner finds the hidden half pendant at the base of the Silver Monkey. The temple gaurd in the Holes of Python never exits the room when Rhonette enters as time runs out.  Kirk also says "They have to crawl through the rubble.... Barny Rubble! HAHAHA!" during the third temple game.... lame.

The Ruby Earring of Benzibab:
This was a really good episode. The moat crossing was very exciting. I was disappointed in the Purple Parrots because the first kid was the first one across the moat and his partner couldn't even climb up over the net... sad. Anyways, I actually started rooting for the Silver Snakes in this episode when i saw the girl do a total front flip over the top of the net.... That was cool. The steps and temple games were regular... the kids seemed excited. Now the temple. Annie of the Silver Snakes volunteered to go first. She met a temple gaurd in the Crypt and then again in the Tomb of the Headless Kings. She looked disappointed that she was taken out so early... she was only like 25 seconds in or whatever. However, her partner Kevin wasted no time. He moved at an awesomely fast pace. and made his way all the way across the bottom floor, up the Pharoah's Secret Passage and into the Room of the Secret Password where the Ruby Earring was located. He dashed out of the temple to record the fastest team completion that the show had seen. They definitely earned their win.

Note: Afterthe Silver Snakes find out that they won, Kevin gives Kirk a high five and in the plainest voice ever, Kirk says "That hurt. Alright..."
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Post by: Olmec on July 28, 2006, 04:17:47 PM
The Codebook of Mata Hari - This is a pretty good episode. The Moat was good, Purple Parrots 2nd player went FAST! & the Orange Iguanas 2nd player did a cool jump into the tube. The Steps of Knowledge had some of the stupidest answers, up there with "bow & arrow skills" & "a scaffolding"! Some of those include:

Mata Hari learned her dances in the Dutch East Indes. Is this now called: Indonesia, Indochina, or Indiana? Purple said Indochina

Mata Hari spied during the- Red Jaguars said Civil War

Is the act of spying called- Purple Parrots said Camoflauge

Mata Hari spied for 2 opposing counties at the same time. Is this called- Blue Barracudas said Double Jeopardy

The Temple Games were messed up. Oh well, the Temple Run wasn't much better. A classic "one away" Temple Guard strategy.
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Post by: Olmec on July 28, 2006, 04:21:17 PM
Yeah, Gareth was too fat. Rinette was too slow, ugh. I still like this episode. The first half was the key part.
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Post by: Olmec on July 28, 2006, 04:42:15 PM
The Ruby Earring of Benzibab - Good all around. Love the Silver Snakes, awesome team. Kirk was so dull, yet enthusiastic at the same time! Oww, that hurt!!! I was dying! When Kevin was running across the top of the Pit of the Pendulum with the Ruby Earring, Kirk said "he's got the watch!", so it's safe to assume this episode was filmed the same days as "The Good-Luck Watch of Empress Eugenie"
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Post by: Mstrgmr on July 29, 2006, 01:06:03 AM
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When Kevin was running across the top of the Pit of the Pendulum with the Ruby Earring, Kirk said "he's got the watch!", so it's safe to assume this episode was filmed the same days as "The Good-Luck Watch of Empress Eugenie"

I noticed that, it was pretty funny
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Post by: sag_2006 on July 29, 2006, 04:36:58 AM
The Ivory Hunting Horn of Roland

Olmec seemed to have a lot of fun in this episode.  He used the Roland pun when asked if he was ready for the moat crossing, and during the legend explaination, he made a quip about "having more tricks than David Copperfield" which I thought was funny.  The temple run itself is magnificent.  The frontrunner was pretty fast and quite smart, and makes it out in a brisk 1:49, the second fastest completion in the show's run.

The Priceless Portrait of the Polynesian Girl

A rather strange design, but a very exciting non-win.  Also, listen to Olmec's voice when he does his typical "SHRINE of the Silver Monkey" deal.  :)
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Post by: Olmec on July 29, 2006, 02:08:11 PM
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The Ivory Hunting Horn of Roland

Olmec seemed to have a lot of fun in this episode.  He used the Roland pun when asked if he was ready for the moat crossing, and during the legend explaination, he made a quip about "having more tricks than David Copperfield" which I thought was funny.  The temple run itself is magnificent.  The frontrunner was pretty fast and quite smart, and makes it out in a brisk 1:49, the second fastest completion in the show's run.

The Priceless Portrait of the Polynesian Girl

A rather strange design, but a very exciting non-win.  Also, listen to Olmec's voice when he does his typical "SHRINE of the Silver Monkey" deal.  :)


Didn't you basically copy the "Olmec had a lot of fun in this episode" part from The Room of the Mandarin Hand site? There were only a few paraphrasing differences...
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 29, 2006, 05:40:44 PM
The Ivory Hunting Horn of Roland:
I'ma just skip right to the temple run for this summary. Yakera of the Red Jaguars volunteers to go in first. She moves at a decent speed and doesn't encounter any real problems. She slightly hesitates at times, but she made it to the Shrine where the Horn was located, only encountering one temple gaurd in the Tomb of the Headless Kings along the way. One thing to notice is that she grabs the Horn, then starts running for the door that the temple gaurd normally emerges from in that room before she found the room's exit. She ran across the top floor, picked up a spider prop in the Crypt and recorded the second fastest completion that the show had seen. Good for her.

The Priceless Portrait of the Polynesian Girl:
Good moat crossing, good steps of knowledge, close temple games. For some reason, i remember the interview with the Purple Parrot girl that claims to have gotten struck by lightning from when i was like 7.... Anyways, the Silver Snakes won 1 & a 1/2 pendants to the Parrots' 1/2 so they are granted entry to the temple. Jim goes in first, meets a temple gaurd in the Crypt, swings across the pit, enters the Room of the Mandarin Hand, meets his second temple gaurd and is removed from the temple. Kristin (who talked about painting as one of her hobbies in her interview with Kirk) runs it at a good pace. She starts to go into the Mandarin Hand but quickly turns around. She then proceeds to shrug at the camera and look around. Then she grabs the hidden half pendant which was on the Observatory's acuator. What made her turn around? I will never know. It was pretty random that she turned around i thought... she must've caught a quick glimpse of the pendant before she went into the Mandarin Hand and then decided to go back. Anyways, she meets a temple gaurd in the Observatory so good thing she foundthat pendant half. Once in the King's Storeroom, she gives another big shrug to the camera before smashing the pots. Time was running low in the Shrine of the Silver Monkey, but luckily, she completes it and heads down to the Dark Forest. She actually makes up some time there and completes the objective quickly. She enters the Jester's Court, and this had to be the quickest anyone ever completed the objective in that room. Luck was on her side there. She runs into the Laser Light Room (which i thought was an odd spot for the Portrait). She grabs it! There's 14 seconds left!?!? Will she get out!?!? No... she was just entering the Ledges as time ran out... tough luck. I found it pretty funny that one of the only (if not, then THE only) contestants to ever talking about painting with Kirk was the one that grabbed the Portrait. This was the closest that anyone ever got to exiting the temple with an artifact from the bottom central room. This was a very exciting loss and i like this episode a lot.
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Post by: Olmec on July 29, 2006, 06:15:06 PM
Sweet, you got the 200th post.

The Ivory Hunting Horn of Roland - Pretty good. Solid Moat, I like that one. Olmec was funny, Steps of Knowledge were good. Temple Games were close, I like the come from behind ones. The Temple Run, Yakerra wasn't too fast or too smart, she had some hesitants & some mix ups, easy layout, but still pretty good.

The Priceless Portrait of the Polynesian Girl - Good Moat, kinda easy though. Good Steps of Knowledge. I also remember the Purple Parrots girl thing from like a young age. That was my memory thing, some of you know how I said I just remember random parts of episodes, this was one of them. Good Temple Games, Kristen was so funny with her look in the King's Storeroom. It was close, love how she likes painting & grabbed the Portrait.

By the way, not like this matters at all & I'm not trying to offend anyone, but some of Kraig's actions during the episode makes me think he might be gay, not that it matters at all, just stating it, he's still awesome & a good teammate. He cheered Yakerra on, but he wasn't backseat driving like some people (The Melted Head of Madame Tussaud & The Smashed Printing Plate of Fredrick Douglas come to mind immediately)
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Post by: Mstrgmr on July 30, 2006, 01:22:53 AM
I noticed something, in The Priceless Portrait, when Kristen goes down to The Dark Forest, Kirk says she has to take the long way, but that's the shortest way to go.  Also, a person who was going after an artifact in The Tomb of the Headless Kings completed the Jester's Court just as fast by going right to the middle one
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Post by: Olmec on July 30, 2006, 05:10:18 AM
Yeah, I noticed the "long way" comment also. I also noticed how the Temple Guard door in the was really crooked & broken when he came out to get the Pendant of Life from Jim. But when Kristen came in, the door was fixed.
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Post by: PAK Man on July 30, 2006, 05:54:34 AM
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I noticed something, in The Priceless Portrait, when Kristen goes down to The Dark Forest, Kirk says she has to take the long way, but that's the shortest way to go.  Also, a person who was going after an artifact in The Tomb of the Headless Kings completed the Jester's Court just as fast by going right to the middle one


Did you also notice that Kirk said that he hoped she wouldn't encounter a Temple Spirit? The problem was that she had already encountered three Temple Guards, so she didn't have to worry about them.
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Post by: Mstrgmr on July 30, 2006, 06:03:17 AM
I never thought about it, but I do remember him saying that.  That door thing was weird too, it looked like this ll with only the top right half opening
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Post by: Mstrgmr on July 30, 2006, 06:07:11 AM
The Two-Cornered Hat of Napoleon - Pretty good Temple Run, 15 more seconds and she would've been out

The Melted Head of Madame Tussaud - The girl (not sure on her name) could really yell!  The boy needed to be faster, and he should've went right to the middle suit of armor like he was going to do, or went up to The King's Storeroom.  It could've been close getting to the artifact, and even getting out.

Funny that both have to do with Napoleon
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Post by: Olmec on July 30, 2006, 07:34:41 AM
Haha, that was yet another Jennifer! She could yell like Rachel (The Missing Portrait of Hans Holbien) & Dana (The Smashed Printing Plate of Fredrick Douglas). Man, I can still hear all 3 of them in my head every day. I'll do the reviews in the 3-4 shift, because all I saw in the 10-11 was like the last 30 seconds of The Melted Head of Madame Tussaud.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on July 30, 2006, 02:20:58 PM
The Two Cornered Hat of Napoleon -
Pretty regular episode, but it has an exciting finish. During the second temple game, which was that mountain climbing game, you could clearly see the Crown of Queen Nzinga chillin up in the Lightning Room. Anyways, skipping to the temple. Red Jaguars won, Brian volunteers to go first. He only makes it to the Laser Light Room before letting out the most girly scream ever screamed by a boy. Carly runs in with 2 minutes to go. She makes it to the Mineshaft and tries the door to the Shrine, but it's locked so she'll have to take the elevator... DAMN IT! She goes upto the Lightning Room and plugged in the power cords which was only done twice in the show's history. Time is running down when she goes into the Shrine of the Silver Monkey. She finishes the statue with like 8 seconds left. She grabs the Hat in the King's Storeroom and makes it upto the Observatory before time runs out. There's really not much i can think of that they could've done differently to win... I guess getting lucky in the Laser Light Room would've helped (the last block revealed the light), or putting two rocks in the bucket at a time in the Rock Quarry.... or maybe even assembling the monkey faster? I dunno... but once she grabbed that hat, she was movin fast. If she woulda had another 10 seconds, this would've been a win. This is my favorite Red Jaguars temple run, despite it being a loss.

The Melted Head of Madame Tussaud -
This episode was pretty comical. Before the moat starts, Olmec and Kirk do some french stuff together. Then right when the moat starts, the Purple Parrots fall face first into the water. Then at the end of the moat, Kirk's commentary is like this "It's going to be between the Purple Parrots and.... It's the Purple Parrots!" Moving onto the Steps of Knowledge. This is one of my favorite Steps of Knowledge rounds. It seemed like it was very high tension. The Green Monkeys answer a question and it goes something like this: "Napoleon *huge pause*... Bona*mumble*..." Olmec gave it tothem anyway. Also, when the Orange Iguanas answer their final question, it's a team effort for the correct answer. When the Purple Parrots answer their final question, it goes something like this "He wanted a sculpture of his... uhm... i can't say it... face?" So it's Iguanas vs Parrots in the temple games. The temple games are pretty average. Something to take a look at is that the boy on the Orange Iguanas isn't wearing a name tag... weird. The third temple game was that one where they have to run out an retreive an item before getting hit by a huge boulder. In the beginning of the game, Jennifer of the Orange Iguanas runs out to early and is slammed back by one of the boulders... it's pretty funny. Now the temple. Nick decides to enter through the Crypt and in the pit, he chooses to go to the Tomb of the Headless Kings. This turned out to be a bad choice as we could see all 3 doors in the pit opened and Nick ended up having to climb the central shaft before moving forward. He met a temple gaurd after completing the Chamber of the Sacred Markers and his reaction was pretty  good. When he gets to the King's Storeroom he seemed to be having difficulty and Jennifer was freaking out from the sidelines. OMG, it was hysterical, unlike when Dana from the Printing Plate episode was screaming at her partner. Then in the Room of the Ancient Warriors he goes to the middle suit of armor... gets out of it and moves to the next one... HOWEVER when he is in the other suit of armor, you can see some moving shadows from the middle suit of armor. Nick then goes around the middle suit the suit closest to the central shaft... that one doesn't work either. He is helpless now so he tries the middle suit, is grabbed by a temple gaurd... These kinds of grabbings are the reason why i love the Room of the Ancient Warrior. Jennifer runs in now, she kinda hesitates in the Pit, but she goes straight upto the King's Storeroom and makes her way tothe Shrine. She doesn't quite assemble the monkey in time. During the credits, Jennifer looked really sad an disappointed. Oh well, that's how it goes.

EDIT: Whoa, sorry for the EXTREMELY LONG episode summaries this time.. doubt anyone will read them, but i felt that such episodes deserved in depth analysis. I really liked both of these episodes... even though i was rooting for the Purple Parrots in the second episode.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on July 30, 2006, 02:59:42 PM
I read them...nice summaries :wink:
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Post by: PAK Man on July 30, 2006, 03:27:50 PM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
The third temple game was that one where they have to run out an retreive an item before getting hit by a huge boulder. In the beginning of the game, Jennifer of the Orange Iguanas runs out to early and is slammed back by one of the boulders... it's pretty funny.


To this day, I rank this as one of the funniest moments in Legends history. I have this episode on tape, and whenever I see it, I have to rewind it and watch it again. Even my dad thinks it's hysterical!

Something else I noticed. Remember when Nick was in The King's Storeroom, and Kirk said he knocked the third pot right off the edge? I have a theory that he was trying to hit Jennifer, because she kept yelling at him. You can clearly see her standing below him, so it's not impossible to do. Who knows?
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on July 30, 2006, 05:05:18 PM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
Something to take a look at is that the boy on the Orange Iguanas isn't wearing a name tag... weird.


I believe it came off in his solo game. He's clearly wearing one when Kirk introduces the teams.
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Post by: Mstrgmr on July 31, 2006, 01:33:09 AM
I think that Jennifer getting hit by that boulder was the funniest moment in the show
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Post by: Headbanger15 on July 31, 2006, 04:49:00 AM
Just watched the Stone Marker of Leif Erikson - Nothing for nothing, but the teams in season 1 should have learned that whenever an artifact is in the Tomb of Anchient Kings, the door from the Bamboo forest wil obviously be locked and the door above only opens up from the Treasure Room. Yeah, the door in the Shaka Zulu episode opened (by accident) and I think that was a bit of an unfortunate influence.
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Post by: sag_2006 on July 31, 2006, 09:37:26 AM
The Stone Marker of Leif Erickson:

Oy.  The design in this episode was just horrendus.  There was absolutely no way the team was gonna succeed, especially when the frontrunner got to the Bamboo Forest, only to encounter a Guard, and a dead end that stalled her for a full minute.  Her partner did all he could, but didn't nearly have enough time to make any further progress.

The Snow Cone of Mount Kilimanjaro

And, an 0-2 day on the block today.  :(  This was a pretty mediorcre and disappointing loss, so I shan't be commenting on this one.
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Post by: Olmec on August 01, 2006, 10:15:34 AM
I need to catch up, I'm writing short reviews.

The Two-Cornered Hat of Napoleon: I like this episode. It is the best example for how a 1/2 Pendant is needed. Brian & Carly really deserved it. Note, I have this episode on tape from a 97-98 rerun, & the name "Carly" gets the red squiggle under it on Word & it is spellchecked.

The Melted Head of Madame Tussaud - Purple Parrots fall in the Moat was funny, Jennifer being knocked down was funny. Jennifer was the only yeller who actually pulled her weight. She was pretty fast, only hesitating in the Crypt & across the Pit of the Pendulum. They should've gotten it too.


The Stone Marker of Leif Erikson - I refused to watch the whole thing. It was miserable, a lot like the Paintbrush of Leonardo Da Vinci, but Paintbrush is better :D, only Temple Guard in the Bamboo Forest

The Snow Cone of Mt. Kilimanjaro - Though they didn't have too much time to do this, I wish they got caught by Temple Guards, there is clearly one in the Quicksand Bog. Or, maybe they could've at least grabbed the Snow Cone is Casey avoided the Temple Guard in the Dark Forest, busted through the wall, out in the Quicksand Bog, & Heather did the same. The Silver Monkey would've gotten them though. Once again, I didn't watch the whole episode, the Legend was one of the worst. The assistant put orange juice in the snow & he made a snow cone, that's why it was yellow :-


REVIEWS FOR THE LOST LION TAIL OF LITTLE JOHN & THE LOST LOGBOOKS OF MAGELLAN WILL BE UP TONIGHT
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Post by: sag_2006 on August 01, 2006, 03:17:05 PM
Today's eps:

The Lost Lion Tail of Little John

Yet another of those frustrating Runs where a slow-witted partner has to pick up where the speedy frontrunner left off and fails miserably.  This time, it was the boy who had to pick up after the girl, but the result was still the same: disasterous.

The Lost Logbooks of Magellan:

Not many mistakes here.  It was the lack of the second half-pendant that did this team in.  No team ever even reached an artifact located in the Dungeon, but this team came the closest.  If they had just found the missing half-pendant, they could've at least gotten the logbooks, if not escaped.
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Post by: sag_2006 on August 02, 2006, 09:40:20 AM
The Secret Map of the Bandit Queen

Not much needs to be said about this one that hasn't already been said many times on this forum and other sites.  Zac was simply a monster in the Temple.  The only real mistake this team made was Miriam's minor miscue heading into the Dark Forest, but Zac more than made up for that minor gaffe.

The Lucky Pig of Amelia Earhart

One of the few times that the frontrunner fails to grab the object AND keeps the second player from entering the temple.  The main highlight of this one is Kirk's energy.  Watch the Games here, as Kirk interviews the contestants after every game, something that never happens in any of the other episodes.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 02, 2006, 10:43:07 AM
Catching up on episode summaries:

The Stone Marker of Leif Erikson -
Average episode. Red Jaguars go to the temple. Cool temple gaurd in the Bamboo Forest. Bamboo Forest was locked, pretty much lost because of impossible layout.

The Snowcone of Mount Kilamanjaro -
Pretty bad episode, IMO. The Silver Snakes were less than impressive in the temple. The frontrunner moved so slow. Hilarious temple spirit in the Dark Forst. It was so premature in trying to grab Casey. As the tree is waving it's arms around, Casey weighs his options and since there was no key in the first tree, he just walks into the spirit tree. Heather runs in... she moves faster than her partner but doesn't make up any time. She finds the key in the Forest, opens the door climbs upto the shrine, but some sort of production error keeps her from entering the shrine. The door leading into the shrine doesn't open. Oh well, they weren't going to make it anyway.

The Lost Lion Tail of Little John -
Most people don't like this episode because the Purple Parrots won only because the Silver Snakes dropped their sign in the last temple game giving the Purple Parrots an opening. Then after all that, the Purple Parrots went on to give a not so stellar performance in the temple. Marie went in first. She went upto the Crypt but was forced down to the Ledges where a temple gaurd pulled her legs out from under her. In the Rock Quarry, Marie missed the bucket twice... I expected better from her since she basically carried the team through the entire show... Anyways, she goes into the Laser Light Room and reveals  the white light on the first block (lucky... made up for the time wasted in the Rock Quarry). Was this the only time the white light was revealed on the first pull? Anyways, a temple gaurd in the Swamp takes her out. Claude runs in. He's about to go into the Ledges but changes his mind mid-way down the slide and goes upto the Crypt..... He makes his way to the Swamp at an average pace, finds the hidden half pendant, goes into the Dark Forest, hesitates, gives the half pendant to a temple spirit, finds the key, it doesn't work on the shrine doors, time is running down, busts through the wall, seems confused about where to go next but it doesn't matter cuz time ran out. All in all, i actually like this episode. It was pretty close competitions all the way through and the temple run isn't THAT bad... so whatever.

The Lost Logbooks of Magellan -
What cost this Blue Baracudas team was two unnecessary trips into the Room of Harmonic Convergance. Basically, that decision ended their chances of winning in more way than one. There was a temple gaurd in there that took the frontrunner's pendant. Then it turned out to be a dead end so a lot of time was wasted. He went back into the Pit and tried the Heart Room where he was removed. Heather (i think that's what her name was) ran in at a slower pace than her partner but it was acceptable. She tried the Room of Harmonic Convergance as wel, but it still didn't work. She eventually makes it to the Pirate's Cove with time running down. It looks like she could make a last second grab, but a third temple gaurd removes her from the temple all together because she only had a half. So as i was saying, going into the Room of Harmonic Convergance cost them because there was a temple gaurd there, and honestly, i don't think there was any chance of them finding the hidden half pendant. Even if they did have 2 full pendants, they wasted so much time in that room because of the dead end that there wasn't enough time to grab the Logbooks and get out.

The Secret Map of the Bandit Queen -
Great episode even if Miriam did stall before going into the Dark Forest, 'nuff said.

The Lucky Pig of Amelia Earhart -
Kirk seemed to have an unusual amount of energy in this episode. It was definitely one of Kirk's personal best episodes. Anyways, Kristin of the Blue Baracudas volunteers to go first. She meets a temple gaurd in the very first room. She has trouble climbing the walls in the pit and wastes a good 40-or-so seconds. She then slowly makes her way across basically the entire temple. When she gets to the Dungeon, she has trouble finding the breakable wall... i thought that was funny. Anyways, there's like 10 seconds left as she's entering the Swamp and Kirk is getting really excited. He actually starts yelling and it sounds like he's straining his voice, but it added to the excitement. He was like "MAYBE SHE CAN GET A LAST SECOND GRAB!" and it looked like that was possible...until a temple gaurd emerged from the popcorn. The second player didn't even get to go into the temple because there wasn't enough time... Tough luck... he was a really supportive partner too.... I actually don't hate this episode even though the frontrunner basically did 2:58 of it without reaching the artifact... I was rooting for the Parrots in the temple games though. :?

NOTE: This was easily a harder layout than "The Lost Fountain of Youth" episode. The Shrine-Tomb passage didn't open in this one whereas in the Water Bottle episode, it did and the temple gaurd located right before the room where the artifact was located basically made for the same outcome.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on August 02, 2006, 12:49:10 PM
Maybe the Lucky Pig episode was the first Season 1, Layout 4 episode. Just a thought I had, considering Kirk had a lot of energy lol
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Post by: Olmec on August 02, 2006, 04:14:29 PM
The Lost Lion Tail of Little John - Eww. Marie lead the team, they only got in the Temple because Silver Snakes dropped their sign. Marie missed the bucket twice, got the laser first try. Man, Claude was so slow. He found the key, busted through the wall, then as time ran out, he put the key into the peephole for the Temple Guards in the Mine Shaft. Eww...

The Lost Logbooks of Magellan - Mehh, pretty average, but I liked it. Funny how Jennifer (another one) & Jessica's favorite groups are both SWV. They shouldn't have gone into the Room of Harmonic Convergence


TODAY:

The Secret Map of the Bandit Queen - We all know about this one, I just wanna point out some funny things. Kirk after the Moat was like "the Green Monkeys & Purple Parrots are wet, so they'll get a prize & won't leave empty handed". When they go to the Shrine of the Silver Monkey to show the Map after the Legend, you can see some lights shining through the Jester-Headless Kings door. I'll post more (& the Lucky Pig of Amelia Earhart) later.
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Post by: Headbanger15 on August 02, 2006, 05:33:22 PM
I checked out the Lucky Pig. Yeah, she was WAY too slow. Although the layout looked pretty tough. She would have had to gone throughout the entire temple to get to artifact.

Also, the producers tricked the team because they placed a guard in the entrance room that was NOT directly to the artifact. Usually, they are.

Hey, did anybody notice during the credit role, you can see the temple guard fell back asleep in the Swamp? lol
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 03, 2006, 06:02:29 AM
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Man, Claude was so slow. He found the key, busted through the wall, then as time ran out, he put the key into the peephole for the Temple Guards in the Mine Shaft. Eww...


I know that it also says that he put the key in the Mineshaft door on Nicklegends's site as well, but honestly... he did no such thing.... re-watch it... he really didn't. It did look like he was going to though...
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Post by: sag_2006 on August 03, 2006, 10:03:23 AM
Bullet-Riddled Handbag of Belle Boyd

A pair of good, intelligent players, but a tough design paired with a couple unecessary detours cost the team here.

The Bellybutton of Buddah

The frontrunner here had average speed, but seemed to know what she was doing, and aside from a few brief moments of hesitation, managed the solo win.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 03, 2006, 10:33:24 AM
The Bullet-Riddled Handbag of Belle Boyd -
This was a really solid team. During the moat, the Green Monkeys girl falls right before hitting the gong. Skipping to the temple. Leah of the Green Monkeys moved at a fast pace. She had the choice between the King's Storeroom and The Chamber of the Scared Markers in the Pit and unforunately, that was the wrong choice, as it proved to be just a detour. She made her way to the Dark Forest where she was taken out. Matthew ran in with 59 seconds left. He was also moving at a fast pace, but he made the same error his partner made and went upto the King's Storeroom when he didn't have to. Eventually he made it to the Dark Forest. There was no key in the trees so he busted through the wall into the temple gaurded Quicksand Bog. He must've been distarcted by the gaurd because he didn't try the Shrine door which most likely would've opened. So, time runs out when he was just two rooms away in the Room of the Secret Password. They would've won had they taken the most direct routes.

NOTE: The temple run music ends in a weird spot, and the team would've entered every room with an objective had they actually reached the Handbag.

The Belly Button of Buddha -
Definitely one of the better episodes of season 1. However, it's these kinds of episodes that make he Purple Parrots look bad. They didn't even get the first partner across the moat before the other 4 teams finished. Anyways, the legend was solid. The temple games were solid. The temple run was unusual, but solid. Jennifer runs in at a decent pace. She doesn't seem to be having any problems. In the Bamboo Forest, she tries the corner door leading up... of course it doesn't open though. In the Tomb of the Ancient Kings, she takes the door upwards to the Shrine. Once she completes the monkey, she runs into the Room of the Three Torches by accident. She realizes her mistake and goes into the Treasure Room where she meets a temple gaurd and gets distracted for a good 15-or-so seconds before realizing she can enter the Observatory where the Belly Button was located. So, she grabs it and runs out at top speed for a solo win.

NOTE: These two kids on the Blue Baracudas looked so freaking alike.... and during the first temple game, Kirk was calling Jennifer "him" and stuff. Guess he got confused by her boy-ish haircut. :P
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on August 03, 2006, 10:40:34 AM
IMO "The Belly Button Of Budha" seems similar to "Milk Bucket Of Freydis" I mean, both artifacts are in the Observatory, both frontrunners are girls, both frontrunners detour in the Pirates Cove/Room of the Secret Password area. But still, they're pretty good episodes. :wink:
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on August 03, 2006, 10:51:52 AM
and they are the only solo runs (broken trident excluded) pulled of with 2 pendants
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Post by: Olmec on August 03, 2006, 11:51:39 AM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
The Bullet-Riddled Handbag of Belle Boyd -
This was a really solid team. During the moat, the Green Monkeys girl falls right before hitting the gong. Skipping to the temple. Leah of the Green Monkeys moved at a fast pace. She had the choice between the King's Storeroom and The Chamber of the Scared Markers in the Pit and unforunately, that was the wrong choice, as it proved to be just a detour. She made her way to the Dark Forest where she was taken out. Matthew ran in with 59 seconds left. He was also moving at a fast pace, but he made the same error his partner made and went upto the King's Storeroom when he didn't have to. Eventually he made it to the Dark Forest. There was no key in the trees so he busted through the wall into the temple gaurded Quicksand Bog. He must've been distarcted by the gaurd because he didn't try the Shrine door which most likely would've opened. So, time runs out when he was just two rooms away in the Room of the Secret Password. They would've won had they taken the most direct routes.

NOTE: The temple run music ends in a weird spot, and the team would've entered every room with an objective had they actually reached the Handbag.

The Belly Button of Buddha -
Definitely one of the better episodes of season 1. However, it's these kinds of episodes that make he Purple Parrots look bad. They didn't even get the first partner across the moat before the other 4 teams finished. Anyways, the legend was solid. The temple games were solid. The temple run was unusual, but solid. Jennifer runs in at a decent pace. She doesn't seem to be having any problems. In the Bamboo Forest, she tries the corner door leading up... of course it doesn't open though. In the Tomb of the Ancient Kings, she takes the door upwards to the Shrine. Once she completes the monkey, she runs into the Room of the Three Torches by accident. She realizes her mistake and goes into the Treasure Room where she meets a temple gaurd and gets distracted for a good 15-or-so seconds before realizing she can enter the Observatory where the Belly Button was located. So, she grabs it and runs out at top speed for a solo win.

NOTE: These two kids on the Blue Baracudas looked so freaking alike.... and during the first temple game, Kirk was calling Jennifer "him" and stuff. Guess he got confused by her boy-ish haircut. :P



Did they enter the Ledges? I don't think they did.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on August 03, 2006, 11:52:12 AM
The team in "Blackbeards Treasure Map" won 2 pendants, but the solo run was obviously an un-successfull one.
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Post by: The Green Monkey on August 03, 2006, 02:07:43 PM
As unsuccessful as you can get with 2 pendants.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on August 03, 2006, 02:37:24 PM
Well unfortunately there have been a lot of stupid players on the show, so yeah... :roll:
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 03, 2006, 08:45:15 PM
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Did they enter the Ledges? I don't think they did.


The Ledges don't have much of an objective... Honeslty, i don't count the Ledges as a room with an objective. :?
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 03, 2006, 08:46:10 PM
Quote from: ""outer space""
and they are the only solo runs (broken trident excluded) pulled of with 2 pendants


Hmm, never realized that.... Strange.

Milk Bucket is so much more exciting. <3
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Post by: The Green Monkey on August 04, 2006, 03:07:57 AM
I'll have to agree with that. In Belly Button, there were points when I was yelling to Jennifer, "Come on! What are you doing? Hit the button!"

Wherehas in Milk Bucket, she obviously had it tougher, having to swing across a pit rather than cross a bridge, and it didn't look like she could reach that rope. Falling in just added more excitement.

And of course, I'm always a big fan of those last second victories. :wink:
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on August 04, 2006, 06:52:27 AM
Yeah, there were only 4 in the whole show. :wink:
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 04, 2006, 07:49:18 AM
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Yeah, there were only 4 in the whole show. :wink:

...  Two Green Mokeys', One Silver Snakes', and One Purple Parrots', right? Yeah, those episodes were great. <3

Funny that there were no 1-second wins in Season 3.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 04, 2006, 08:22:00 AM
The Broken Wing of Icarus -
Pretty average episode, but the temple run is anything but average. Jason of the Green Monkeys runs in first. He makes his way to the Room of the Mandarin Hand where he encounters a temple gaurd. He moves on to the King's Storeroom. When he finds the key and puts it in the right pedestal, the door to the Shrine of the Silver Monkey didn't open so he bacame a bit confused. He retreats to the Observatory and wastes few seconds there before realizing the door leading downward to the Jester's Court opened. Once he's finished there, he goes into the Dark Forest but hesitates a bit. He finds the key and the door leading to the Shrine of the Silver monkey opens! He's in the room, he grabs the Wing with 56 seconds left! He starts running out to the temple but when he runs into the Observatory... he stalls! He begins to climb downward. Kirk seems pissed at this decision. Jason then makes his way to the Pit, jumps off the ledge and climbs into the Ledges. Kirk says "He's gonna do it the hard way!" Kirk was right. Jason goes into the Ledges and climbs down into the pit where the former entrance used to be. Then with about 8 seconds left, he finds the exit. However, he doesn't make it out in time. His 3 minutes were up as he was behind Olmec. Kirk was very excited (as I'm sure everybody was) by this result. It was sooooooo close! If only he wouldn't have gone into the Observatory before going down to the Jester's Court, or if he wouldn't have hesitated in hte Dark Forest.... or if he would've just gone out the temple through the Crypt instead of the Ledges.... darn, even though this is a loss, it's such a freakin good run.... Season 2 was so good... So many runs like this one (wins and losses).

The Electrified Key of Benjamin Franklin -
When they show the location of the Key, you can see the Lucky Pillow of Annie Taylor in Medusa's Lair above. Anyways, pretty good episode all together. The temple games came down to a tie between the Blue Baracudas and the Green Monkeys. The Tie breaker went something like this: Olmec: "Benjamin Franklin was ambassador to... *Green Monkey hits gong*" Green Monkey boy: "AMBASSADOR AMBASSADOR AMBASSADOR..." Olmec: "That is INCORRECT!" The Blue Baracudas got the right answer which was France, so they earned their spot in the temple. Peter volunteered to go in first by entering the Ledges. He makes his way to the Observatory and completes the column. However, here is where he basically lost it for this team. He chose to go down into Medusa's Lair when the door to the King's Storeroom had opened. Medusa's Lair also held a temple gaurd. So he completes the unnecessary Medusa's Lair task (and omg, it's a miracle, Medusa's eyes actually lit up). He meets another temple gaurd in the King's Storeroom. Now it's Michelle's turn. She almost heads upto the Crypt which would've been disasterous (we could've had another Walking Stick of Harriet Tubman on our hands). But she makes her way to the Observatory and smartly avoids Medusa's Lair. She completes the King's Storeroom and the Shrine of the Silver Monkey and takes the Shrine-Mineshaft door. She could've taken the Shrine-Forest passge, but in this case, i don't think it would've saved her more than like 2 seconds. So, she finds the key in the Dark Forest rather quickly. There's like 8 seconds left as she opens the door to the Swamp. She flies across the Swamp in a last ditch effort, but time runs out as she opens the door to the Throne Room. Tough luck. If it weren't for that trip into Medusa's Lair, we would've had a bottom of the central shaft solo victory and this team would've gone down in Legends history..... Still an exciting loss for me.

:P
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Post by: sag_2006 on August 04, 2006, 08:31:17 AM
Hmm... 2 very exciting non-wins today.  The first being the most famous "close but no cigar" episode in Legends' run.
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Post by: The Green Monkey on August 04, 2006, 08:45:29 AM
Definitely. There were 4 mistakes Jason made that cost them the victory. If he hadn't made just one of them, they would've won.

1. Went backwards to the Observatory
2. Climbed down into the Room of the Mandarin Hand from the Observatory after getting the wing
3. Dropped into the Pit instead of swinging across
4. Crawled down to the original entrance in the Ledges instead of the new one

*Sighs* Disappointing, as Jason was a very good player when you disregard those errors. :D
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Post by: nicklegends on August 04, 2006, 08:48:15 AM
Quote from: ""Purple Parrots Fan""
Yeah, there were only 4 in the whole show. :wink:

Although, isn't it pretty remarkable that there were actually that many? Think about it. Out of 3 minutes to complete a run (180 seconds) and only 32 episodes where the team did so, 4 one-second victories is a very large number.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on August 04, 2006, 09:15:12 AM
Yeah though there could have been more wins if it weren't for all the errors the contestants made throughout the show.
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on August 04, 2006, 10:14:23 AM
but than if everyone won all the time the show would be real boring
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Post by: PAK Man on August 04, 2006, 10:36:55 AM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
The Tie breaker went something like this: Olmec: "Benjamin Franklin was ambassador to... *Green Monkey hits gong*" Green Monkey boy: "AMBASSADOR AMBASSADOR AMBASSADOR..." Olmec: "That is INCORRECT!" The Blue Baracudas got the right answer which was France, so they earned their spot in the temple.


This is the perfect example of why you should wait for Olmec's answers before you ring in with your own. The Green Monkey was doing this the whole episode, and it came back to haunt him. Kirk even reprimanded him for buzzing in early during the Steps of Knowledge.

Although I love watching the kid when Kirk tells Olmec to finish the question. The kid just puts his head down in shame. Well, it served him right for being over-confident. Now that's a player I would love to track down and ask him what he was thinking.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 04, 2006, 11:26:33 AM
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This is the perfect example of why you should wait for Olmec's answers before you ring in with your own. The Green Monkey was doing this the whole episode, and it came back to haunt him. Kirk even reprimanded him for buzzing in early during the Steps of Knowledge.

Although I love watching the kid when Kirk tells Olmec to finish the question. The kid just puts his head down in shame. Well, it served him right for being over-confident. Now that's a player I would love to track down and ask him what he was thinking.


Yeah, i noticed that. He put his head down and it lookd like his partner like walked away, haha.

Another GREAT example of that happened in "The Priceless Portrait of the Polynesian Girl". I forget the exact words, but it was something like: Olmec: "The Polynesians are... *Blue Baracuda rings in* Blue Baracuda boy: "Polynesian." Then, his own partner gives him the biggest "WTF?" look ever! It's hysterical. :D
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Post by: The Green Monkey on August 04, 2006, 11:58:57 AM
I remember in "The Golden Cricket Cage of Khan". Olmec asked how long it took Marco Polo to reach China. The choices were 3 years, 3 months, or 30 years. Silver answered 3 months and it was wrong, then Blue hesitated, and answered 3 months too! :roll:

One of my biggest peeves about the show is players that simply do not pay attention. Akela from "The Golden Pepperoni of Catherine De'medici" was a perfect example.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 04, 2006, 12:24:36 PM
Yeah, Akela passed up the half pendant AND the Pepperoni. >.<

However, if i remember correctly, she answered at least one question in the steps on her own and she won her individual temple game. :P
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Post by: The Green Monkey on August 04, 2006, 12:40:44 PM
No, I think she tied her Temple Game. I remember when I saw it last month that Green led Purple 1 pendant to 1/2 going into the third Temple Game. So she had to have lost or tied her game, and I think she tied hers.
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Post by: Olmec on August 04, 2006, 07:10:54 PM
Lots of summaries tomorrow :D
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 04, 2006, 07:15:37 PM
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No, I think she tied her Temple Game. I remember when I saw it last month that Green led Purple 1 pendant to 1/2 going into the third Temple Game. So she had to have lost or tied her game, and I think she tied hers.

She must've tied then, because I know that her partner lost.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on August 05, 2006, 05:00:13 AM
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Lots of summaries tomorrow 8)
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 05, 2006, 05:38:22 AM
The Much-Heralded Helmet of Sir Gawain -
It's episodes like this one that made the third season. The Orange Iguanas were a solid team all the way through. They won the temple games with 1 & a 1/2 pendants beating out the Purple Parrots' 1/2 pendant (Of course the Purple Parrots always lose when there's an easy temple layout...). Anyways, Tiffani runs in first. She moves at a decent pace and she even manages to swing back to the platform after swinging on the pendulum. She goes into the Chamber of the Sacred Markers keeping her decent pace. She makes her way to the Shrine of the Silver Monkey, assembles the monkey with ease, and  takes the Shrine-Forest passage (which was an extremely good decision at this point because she hadn't run into a temple gaurd yet and if she had entered more rooms than she would've had to, she would be bound to meet up with one). So, she goes into the forest, finds the key and opens the door to the Jester's Court where the Helmet was waiting for her. Now.... I'm convinced that this was the biggest artifact that the show had on it. So she's kinda making her way out slowly but surely. She goes into the pitch black Ledges (they must've forgot to turnthe lights on in there...), climbs upto the Crypt, and runs out with 11 seconds to spare. This was a great temple run, Tiffani was a great contestant, and her luck coupled with her decisions made it so that she never encountered a temple gaurd! Awesome run.

NOTE: Where were those temple gaurds? The doors to the Tomb of the Headless Kings and the King's Storeroom never opened from the pit... So i'm gonna count those rooms out... My guess is The Room of the Secret Password, the Ledges, and The Quicksand Bog.... though I thought i caught a glimpse of the Quicksand Bog and there wasn't a huge pile of blocks in there like there normally is when there's a temple gaurd in there... oh well...

The Broken Trident of Poseidon -
Ok, so this episode is pretty average up until the temple run. The Silver Snakes make it to the temple and Kimberley is going in first. She moves at an decent pace all the way across the bottom floor. She seems a bit tuckered out when she makes it to the Quicksand Bog. She has to climb up the slide and enter the Room of the Secret Password. She sys the right password and enters the Shrine of the Silver Monkey. She grabs the Trident! She begins her way out but in the Room of the Ancient Warriors where she DROPS (yes, that's right, willingly) the Trident to get in one of the suits of armor. She then hers Kirk telling her she doesn't have to do that so she exits the room WITHOUT the Tirdent *slaps hand against forehead*. So, she wastes a ton of time and has to go back for it. Unfortunately, she wasted too much time and didn't make it out. Her partner never got a chance to go in and Kimberley looked very disappointed when she finally did exit the temple. Tough luck.

NOTE: Kimberley never encountered a temple gaurd. This means that 3 of the 4 rooms that she did not enter held temple gaurds. Also, this temple design was used 4 times ("The Diary of Doctor Livingstone", "The Metal Beard of the Egyptian Queen", "The Secret Map of the Bandit Queen" being the other 3), and this is the only time it was not a win and it was the only time it was a solo run.
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Post by: Olmec on August 05, 2006, 06:10:51 AM
The Lucky Pig of Amelia Earhart - Mehh, stupid Kristen. Not really stupid, but more slow, but it was a hard layout! The Shrine-Tomb passage didn't open, don't know about the Shrine-Dungeon, but it probably did. She tried 2 different walls before the right wall in the Dungeon, she ran into the Temple Guard at the end (not like she could've avoided it), then Scott got to run up 3 stairs. She wasted about 42 seconds in the Wall Climb, so if she didn't, Scott might have been able to get the artifact, but that means he would have to move very fast.


The Belly Button of Buddha - I don't really like this episode too much, it was an average solo run, but she still made it. I always get this one confused with the Star of the Sultan Saladin, which is another average victory. Not much to say, but she did run pretty fast out of the Temple.

The Bullet-Riddled Handbag of Belle Boyd - This team was fast, & the they would've entered 10 rooms before the artifact, which is impressive. But they could've gone into the Pit-Chamber passage. Also, if they tried the Bog-Shrine passage, that should've opened, making it 8 rooms. Pretty solid episode, though.


The Broken Wing of Icarus - Ahh, how memorable. Jason entered 8 rooms (including a detour in the Observatory) & grabbed the Broken Wing with 50 seconds left. It seems you can run through 2 rooms, swing across a pit with a rope, & run out through another room all in 50 seconds. Well, not really. He was incredibly slow & took a strange route out. He jumped down into the Ledges & was "doing it the hard way". He went down into the season 1 exit for the bottom entrance room, but that happened multiple times (Snakeskin Boots of Billy the Kid comes to mind), both of those were layout 5, just saying, so that might mean something??? Well, time ran out as Jason was right behind Olmec. Sucks for them. Side Notes: Clean sweep Steps of Knowledge, Kirk almost miscounted the 3rd Temple Game, which would've made the Green Monkeys have 2 Pendants, which would've been unfair.

The Electrified Key of Benjamin Franklin - Pretty solid & exciting. Peter ran into the Temple through the top, went down from the Observatory to Medusa's Lair, Temple Guard. Across to the King's Storeroom (which was open from the Observatory). Michelle followed his path, used Observatory-Storeroomo passage, smart. She went from Shrine-Shaft, when Shrine-Forest was open, only would've saved 2 seconds. Time was out as she was climbing in to the Throne Room. Sucks, but they fought hard. I think I have this episode on a 97-98 rerun on tape.
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Post by: sag_2006 on August 05, 2006, 06:31:56 AM
So, according to The Purple Parrot, we've got two very famous episodes today:

The Much-Heralded Helmet of Sir Gawain:

Solo runs are awesome, but solo runs that manage to avoid the Guards are even more awesome.  This was only achieved twice, and this is one of those two episodes (the other being the Enormous Iron Nose Ring of Babe the Ox, my personal favorite Temple Run).  Tiffani was a decent runner, and made some smart decisions on her way to the artifact.  Nice win.

And, then we get The Broken Trident of Poseidon.  It doesn't get much more boneheaded than dropping the artifact and running out of the temple without it.  (Well, except for outright running past it.  GET THE PEPPERONI!!! :P)  Like Tiffani, Kimberly also managed to avoid the Guards, but unlike the first episode today, this run has a famously disappointing outcome.
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Post by: nicklegends on August 05, 2006, 06:53:03 AM
Wow, how about that! We won't see a single temple guard today! If only we had the Iron Ring episode to cap it off...
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Post by: The Green Monkey on August 05, 2006, 06:56:12 AM
I'm basically able to get excited in the Much-Heralded Helmet episode. And it wasn't just the Temple Run; the whole episode in general was very good. Competitive all the way through; Orange simply proved to be the best. And Tiffani, although she wasn't very fast, knew what she had to do. It's also very important that she stayed up in the Pit of the Pendelum, because if not, she probably wouldn't have been able to make it out in time.

The Broken Trident...ah, what a letdown. :( And Kimberly had been doing so well until she reached the Quicksand Bog. Why did it take her so long to make it to the Room of the Secret Password after it looked like she had made it to the top of the Pharoah's Secret Passage? Anyway, after she dropped the trident and started off without it, I was like, "No! No! What are you doing?! Go back and get the trident! You're wasting time! You got to get the trident!" I probably wasn't going as nuts as during the Golden Pepperoni Temple Run, but this was still quite nerve-wracking.

She obviously didn't watch the show hardly at all prior to going on it. If she did, she would've known that Olmec always says, "Return to the gates with the...in 3 minutes."
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on August 05, 2006, 07:00:57 AM
yah the broken trident like the bifocal monical and the usless map and the melted head of madame tussaid are vary rare examples of third season episodes where it is possible for solo victory and yet in all four of those episodes the runs end in misserable failure
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on August 05, 2006, 07:05:42 AM
oh and durring the helmet of sir gawain in the second temple game jammel had an unfair advantage the spotters couldnt get his boulder to hit him but the other boulder kept hitting josh repeatedly
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Post by: nicklegends on August 05, 2006, 07:08:09 AM
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oh and durring the helmet of sir gawain in the second temple game jammel had an unfair advantage the spotters couldnt get his boulder to hit him but the other boulder kept hitting josh repeatedly
I never liked those boulder swinging games just because of that. Occasionally, the boulder's path would get really messed up (seriously, you just needed to shove it to one side when you get hit) and that gave a clear path through. Those games were incredibly fun to watch when everything was in working order, though.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on August 05, 2006, 07:52:36 AM
Wow, 2 episodes where the player doesn't encounter a temple guard...they should have aired the Enourmous Ring one too lol
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Post by: sag_2006 on August 05, 2006, 08:07:24 AM
Oh, and one more thing I forgot to add: Today's first episode also contains Kirk's famous "Exit, Stage Right" routine when segueing into the Temple Games.  :)
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 05, 2006, 10:16:17 AM
One more note for the Much-Heralded Helmet:

The second temple game has voice-over commentary as opposed to live commentary. Kirk's microphone battery must've died.

This kindof commentary can also be witnessed in such temple runs as "The Enormous Iron Nose Ring of Babe", "The Lucky Pillow of Annie Taylor", and "The Snakeskin Boots of Billy the Kid". :P
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Post by: tss1011 on August 05, 2006, 10:32:24 AM
I always wondered why he sounded so strange in the "Babe" episode.
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Post by: Olmec on August 05, 2006, 01:35:12 PM
Quote from: ""Purple Parrots Fan""
Wow, 2 episodes where the player doesn't encounter a temple guard...they should have aired the Enourmous Ring one too lol


That should be coming in about 10 days :D
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Post by: The Silver Snake on August 06, 2006, 04:46:10 AM
Don't know the first episode, but the second episode is Blackbeard's Treasure.
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Post by: Olmec on August 06, 2006, 07:39:10 AM
The Dead Man?s Hand (Wild Bill Hickok and)
Blackbeard?s Treasure Map

It normally would've been Galileo's Cannonball instead of The Dead Man?s Hand (Wild Bill Hickok and), but they swapped them 2 months ago, played Galileo's Cannonball in July with The Mask of the Man in the Iron Mask

The Thornwood Gavel of Judge Roy Bean
The Lost Taj Mahal Turban of Aurangzeb

That's my speculation of tomorrow's episodes :D

NOTE: I'll be gone from August 8th to August 10th (be back that night, so I'll catch those episodes), so can you remember to update those days??? Thanks. Those days = August 8th & 9th.
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Post by: sag_2006 on August 06, 2006, 09:20:11 AM
The Dead Man's Hand

The first Legends episode ever recorded, and the producers expected a little too much out of the team here.  A truly nasty layout cost the Iguanas big time here.  (NOTE: This episode also contains the "Colonel Sanders" Steps of Knowledge blunder.  Also, note how the players introduce themselves with their first and last name in the Temple Games)

Blackbeard's Treasure Map

Undoubtedly the single worst Temple Run of the first season, and one of the worst of all-time.  The frontrunner didn't even make eye contact with the artifact, as he was extremely slow, and unlucky.  One of the most famous "Never send the slow-witted runner into the temple first" examples.
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Post by: nicklegends on August 06, 2006, 09:43:13 AM
Quote from: ""sag_2006""
Blackbeard's Treasure Map

Undoubtedly the single worst Temple Run of the first season, and one of the worst of all-time.  The frontrunner didn't even make eye contact with the artifact, as he was extremely slow, and unlucky.  One of the most famous "Never send the slow-witted runner into the temple first" examples.

Well, who knows? The second player could have been slower. We never got to see her entrance into the temple. :P
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on August 06, 2006, 09:45:17 AM
Just so ya know, the frontrunner was a girl, not a boy. But I can see why you mixed that up... :wink:
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 06, 2006, 10:09:55 AM
This isn't really Legends-related, but the "famous" Olivia-Emma from "The Applewood Amulet of Emiliano Zapata" episode is on "Get The Picture" as i type this. :P
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Post by: The Green Monkey on August 06, 2006, 10:30:24 AM
Speaking of "The Applewood Amulet", can someone upload the episode or Temple Run if they have it without the GAS symbol covering the clock? I've saved the episode onto my computer, courtesy of Aaron, but the symbol covers the clock and it really annoys me that I can't see how much time Olivia-Emma really has left when she jumps past Olmec.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 06, 2006, 12:25:46 PM
The Mandarin Hand has it without the logo covering the clock (and it's one of the good quality runs too). :wink:
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Post by: The Green Monkey on August 06, 2006, 02:12:24 PM
I've tried that, but the logo is covering it.
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Post by: Olmec on August 06, 2006, 05:22:14 PM
The Dead Man's Hand (Wild Bill Hickok &) - Quirky! Colonel Sanders & Fort Worth & Disasturous Denise! When Red Jaguar girl said Hickok controlled Fort Worth, Olmec shouted "incorrect" & her eyes were like "back off!". We all know about Colonel Sanders, Disasturous Denise was how both teams said that. Temple Games, it said on the King's Storeroom Kirk miscounted the first one, he didn't... Amber sounded like a robot. "Ope, don't aim there, shoot a little higher" funniest line of the first season, when Sarah hit Josh in the gonads with the ball. The teams weren't Monkeys & Iguanas, but simply Orange Team & Green Team. Josh was looking at us instead of looking towards the Temple. The music ended oddly, hard layout, you can see the Temple Guard in the Swamp in Olmec's Tepmle introductory. Pretty funny.

Blackbeard's Treasure Map - I <3'd the guy on the Orange Iguanas. His African American accent & how he was just so "memorable" in the Steps of Knowledge. Pretty stupid one, we know how Sabrina (yes, the girl went first the Temple) sucked. I have this on tape from a 97-98 rerun.
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Post by: Olmec on August 06, 2006, 05:29:46 PM
Also, when Sarah gets to the Heart Room, Kirk says "They saw both Temple Guards!" but there are 3 total. I have Josh & Sarah's names if anyone wants to stalk them.

Joshua Sullener
Sarah Beckameyer

Something like that.
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Post by: SSTwinrova on August 06, 2006, 06:05:34 PM
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Temple Games, it said on the King's Storeroom Kirk miscounted the first one, he didn't

Actually, he did -- it wasn't a miscounting that would have affected the outcome (they still tied), but each team got 3, not 2. Either count the cards as they bring them down, or look at the shot at the end (and just make note that the green player had one in his hand as time expired)
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 06, 2006, 06:22:19 PM
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I've tried that, but the logo is covering it.


Oh, you're right... my bad. I could've sworn the logo wasn't on there.. Oh well.

Actually, i was wondering if anyone had "The Dragon Lady and The Blue Pearl" without the logo covering the clock. Cuz the version of that run that i have has the clock all covered up.
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Post by: SSTwinrova on August 06, 2006, 07:46:54 PM
Since I'm aiming to get all 120 episodes on my computer within the next couple of months (and now the episodes don't suffer from the obscured clock syndrome), I'll try to find a good way to get file sizes way down (the two full episodes from the 6th ended up being in the 700 MB ballpark) and send certain episodes and/or runs to people who want them.
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Post by: The Green Monkey on August 07, 2006, 02:40:08 AM
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I've tried that, but the logo is covering it.

Oh, you're right... my bad. I could've sworn the logo wasn't on there.. Oh well.

Actually, i was wondering if anyone had "The Dragon Lady and The Blue Pearl" without the logo covering the clock. Cuz the version of that run that i have has the clock all covered up.


Yeah. Me, too. And actually, I'd like "The Broken Wing of Icarus" without the logo too, if that's not too much trouble.
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Post by: The Silver Snake on August 07, 2006, 04:59:24 AM
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The Dead Man?s Hand (Wild Bill Hickok and)
Blackbeard?s Treasure Map

It normally would've been Galileo's Cannonball instead of The Dead Man?s Hand (Wild Bill Hickok and), but they swapped them 2 months ago, played Galileo's Cannonball in July with The Mask of the Man in the Iron Mask

The Thornwood Gavel of Judge Roy Bean
The Lost Taj Mahal Turban of Aurangzeb

That's my speculation of tomorrow's episodes :o
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Post by: nicklegends on August 07, 2006, 05:02:18 AM
I didn't see the first one, but yes, the second episode is indeed the Taj Mahal Turban one!
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 07, 2006, 05:26:52 AM
The Thornwood Gavel of Judge Roy Bean -
Pretty exciting episode and the temple run was frustrating. Mike of the Orange Iguanas was making great progress. He went up from the Tomb of the Headless Kings into the Chamber of the Sacred Markers where he met a temple gaurd. He then made it all the way over to the Room of the Secret Password before being removed. His partner, Kelly, ran in. When in the pit, she doesn't go down... she goes up... into the King's Storeroom... Ok... well, she's in for some bad news because Mike didn't clear that room for her and there was a temple gaurd in there. So she wastes a lot of time clearing that room, but eventually makes it to where her partner left off. However, there in the Room of the Secret Password, she doesn't take her mouthpiece out while reading passwords and therefore you cannot understand what she says. That leads to a delayed reaction in opening the door. Whatever.... time is running out and she slides down into the Quicksand Bog and time is up... it looked like she was gonna try climbing up into the Shrine... idiot. This team should've won. Perhaps if Mike would've taken the door to the King's Storeroom rather than the Tomb, he would've saved time for himself and Kelly. Kelly was dumb though... Should've been a win.

The Lost Taj Mahal Turban -
This episode is average in every sense. The temple layout was kinda hard and the Green Monkey passed up the half pendant and in the end, it ended up costing them. With 12 seconds left, Christine was caught by the final temple gaurd in the Quicksand Bog, right below the artifact. Even if she didn't get caught, it would've been close and IMO, i don't think she would've made contact with the turban with just 12 seconds left. I say that this one is kind of a tough layout because i was expecting the door to the Room of the Secret Password to open from the Shrine, but it didn't and well, you know the result. I was rooting for the Parrots in temple games...
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on August 07, 2006, 08:45:37 AM
The Dead Mans Hand episode...I have got to see that lol
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Post by: The Green Monkey on August 07, 2006, 08:48:16 AM
Yeah. Does anyone have a video where that Silver Snake answers, "Colonel Sanders"? I gotta see that. :D
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Post by: thesilvermonkey on August 07, 2006, 09:09:42 AM
Wow yoru good :wink:. TO get file sizes to like 180mb like mine are simply download Vdub (Virtual Dub) and use that. It converts files to avi and you can make them any size (180 is standard for any 30 min show). www.virtualdub.com (http://http://www.virtualdub.com)
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Post by: tss1011 on August 07, 2006, 09:42:46 AM
I don't even need to see the whole episode, I just want a "Colonel Sanders" YTMND.  If "Um...a scaffolding" got its own YTMND, this can't be far behind.
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Post by: Olmec on August 07, 2006, 12:18:28 PM
Quote from: ""tss1011""
I don't even need to see the whole episode, I just want a "Colonel Sanders" YTMND.  If "Um...a scaffolding" got its own YTMND, this can't be far behind.


Link please, I need that YTMND
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Post by: Olmec on August 07, 2006, 12:23:52 PM
Never mind, I found it.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 07, 2006, 12:50:10 PM
I'll take one of those for the "veloca raptor" answer from "The Medal of Sir Edmund Hilary" episode. <3
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Post by: tss1011 on August 07, 2006, 01:14:07 PM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
I'll take one of those for the "veloca raptor" answer from "The Medal of Sir Edmund Hilary" episode. <3


LMAO!  I really need to watch more Season 1.  :lol:
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on August 07, 2006, 02:46:37 PM
Did anyone notice that the dot showing which room the artifact is in never "beats" in the Thornwood Gavel episode?
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Post by: The Green Monkey on August 07, 2006, 02:56:52 PM
That happens in a number of episodes. It never "beats" in The Secret Map of the Bandit Queen either.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 07, 2006, 04:11:33 PM
Surprise surprise! They were recorded on the same day! *conspiracy*
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Post by: Olmec on August 07, 2006, 05:21:11 PM
Quote from: ""The Silver Monkey""
Did anyone notice that the dot showing which room the artifact is in never "beats" in the Thornwood Gavel episode?


Yeah, I noticed it in the 3-4 shift. It was smaller then usual, also.

The Thornwood Gavel of Judge Roy Bean - Pretty solid. Moat was good, Steps of Knowledge was good, Temple Games were good, Kelly's cute. Temple Run sucked. Kelly sucked, she should've been able to get out of the Temple with about 22-24 seconds left. The Gavel was in the Temple Explanation. The dot was smaller & didn't blink. FIN

The Lost Taj Mahal Turban of Aurengzab - A lot more about thsi episode. Good Moat. The Grand Bazeer was named More Rupees >_< Solid Steps of Knowledge. First Temple Game was intense, second was intesne (Krystine's name tag falls off before she goes for the third turban), third was pretty good. Temple was good, Kirk pointed out the 1/2 Pendant to both players. Hard layout with the Temple Guards, if they had the 1/2 Pendant, she might've been able to "pull a Napoleon".
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Post by: mikeofnash on August 07, 2006, 05:52:38 PM
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Did anyone notice that the dot showing which room the artifact is in never "beats" in the Thornwood Gavel episode?

Yeah, I noticed it in the 3-4 shift. It was smaller then usual, also.

The Thornwood Gavel of Judge Roy Bean - Pretty solid. Moat was good, Steps of Knowledge was good, Temple Games were good, Kelly's cute. Temple Run sucked. Kelly sucked, she should've been able to get out of the Temple with about 22-24 seconds left. The Gavel was in the Temple Explanation. The dot was smaller & didn't blink. FIN

The Lost Taj Mahal Turban of Aurengzab - A lot more about thsi episode. Good Moat. The Grand Bazeer was named More Rupees >_< Solid Steps of Knowledge. First Temple Game was intense, second was intesne (Krystine's name tag falls off before she goes for the third turban), third was pretty good. Temple was good, Kirk pointed out the 1/2 Pendant to both players. Hard layout with the Temple Guards, if they had the 1/2 Pendant, she might've been able to "pull a Napoleon".


Are you saying that just to make me happy? :wink:
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 07, 2006, 06:08:39 PM
I really don't see how Kelly was that much cuter than most of the other girls on the show. Amanda from the Mussel Shell Armor episode is notably cuter. :roll:  *starts cute girl war* :D
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 08, 2006, 07:11:46 AM
The Mask of Shaka Zulu
&
Elizabeth I's Golden Ship

All you really need to know about these episodes is that they're both Red Jaguar temple runs, Shaka Zulu is the fastest completion in the show's history, Golden Ship is the fastest loss in the show's history, the girl on the Golden Ship team had a HUGE unibrow (oh it was so fuzzy *cringes*), and the Golden Ship kids beat the Purple Parrots in the temple games *bitter*. :P
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Post by: tss1011 on August 08, 2006, 07:26:52 AM
"How'd you do that?" -Kirk, to the Mask of Shaka Zulu kid

Yes, how did you go through four rooms and back at a moderate pace?
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Post by: sag_2006 on August 08, 2006, 07:36:15 AM
Well, two more infamous moments today.

The Mask of Shaka Zulu

The most famous production error in the series.  Not much to say about this one, as the rest of the episode was pretty average before the famous Run.

Elizabeth I's Golden Ship

From the quickest win in Legends history, to its quickest loss.  If the team had moved just a little bit faster, this run would've been over in just around 1 minute.  Also, watch for a hilariously anti-climactic second Temple Game in this one.
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Post by: The Green Monkey on August 08, 2006, 07:44:02 AM
How strange. The fastest win, followed by the fastest loss. But because the fastest win was by a production error and the layout takes them straight to the room, that makes it a little boring.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on August 08, 2006, 09:05:28 AM
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the Golden Ship kids beat the Purple Parrots in the temple games
Well that just sucks :(
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on August 08, 2006, 02:36:38 PM
Quote from: ""sag_2006""
Also, watch for a hilariously anti-climactic second Temple Game in this one.


There were only three wigs in each team's "packing peanuts", rather than four.
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Post by: thesilvermonkey on August 08, 2006, 02:52:32 PM
Want to watch the Mask of Shaka Zulu Run? Go to My Site and go under the X-Clusive Pics Section!
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on August 08, 2006, 03:21:43 PM
Yeah I just saw that one. Great video! :wink:
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Post by: SSTwinrova on August 08, 2006, 04:16:57 PM
Best part of both episodes today, IMO:

(From Mask of Shaka Zulu):
"There are three temple games, and the first one is 'Drat that Zulu Drought'"

*pause, looks back at spotters with this "Who came up with that one" look, turns back to camera*

"Really..."
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Post by: tss1011 on August 08, 2006, 08:16:03 PM
Not a good sign when Kirk thinks your pun is lame...
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Post by: sag_2006 on August 09, 2006, 05:02:49 AM
I'll check again during the 2-3 shift, but the second episode today is The Metal Beard of the Egyptian Queen.  A nice, solid One Pendant win.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 09, 2006, 05:40:48 AM
The Enormouse Iron Nose Ring of Babe (The Ox) -
This is a great episode from start to finish, ending in one of the best temple runs ever. Joel of the Silver Snakes enters the temple first. He's moving at a very fast speed through the Ledges and the Rock Quarry and the Laser Light Room. He practically dives across the entire Swamp before entering the Dark Forest. Now, in the Dark Forest, he doesn't reach inside any trees, but instead he goes straight for the MineShaft. Now, it's hard to see, but it's CLEAR that the tree closest to the breakable wall moves its arms AFTER Joeal passes it. So that means, Joel actually avoided a temple gaurd. Awesome. So anyways, Joel has some trouble putting the monkey together, but he gets the job done eventually. He grabs the Nosering in the King's Storeroom and begins to make his way out. He goes upto the Observatory and climbs all the way down to the bottom of the central shaft (a move that prooved costly to a few other teams). However, Joel had enough time and made his way out for one of the fastest victories the show had seen. Awesome solo run.

NOTE: Kirk's commentary is a voiceover.

The Metal Beard of the Egyptian Queen - <3333333333333
I LOVE THIS EPISODE! The moat crossing is close and exciting, and so are the steps.... so are the temple games! It comes down to the 1-1 pendant tie breaker between the Purple Parrots and the Green Monkeys. Now, let's get serious here.... The Purple Parrots do NOT havethebest track record when it came to tie breakers... in fact, THIS IS THE ONLY EPISODE IN WHICH THE PURPLE PARROTS HAVE WON A TIE BREAKER (and believe me, there have been A LOT of Purple tie breaker losses...) So, TJ and Randy of the Purple Parrots are going to the temple. TJ runs in first and makes great time. He gets to the Dark Forest before being removed by a temple spirit (and this temple spirit grabbing looks really cool... it like pulled him in face-first). Randy runs in at a great speed. She makes it to where TJ left off but doesn't find a key in the trees and busts through the wall. There in the Quicksand Bog she doesn't try the Shrine door (though i'm not so sure it would've opened). She enters the Room of the Secret Password with a minute left. The first Password opens the door to the Shrine where the Metal Beard was waiting for her. She grabs it with a good amount of time left. She begins her way out of the temple through the Room of the Ancient Warriors and upto the Observatory. Then she goes down to the Chamber of the Sacred Markers, and out to the Pit. Howeveer, in the Pit, she jumps off the ledge to the bottom, climbs the crawl tube into the Ledges, doesn't know where to go in there and climbs up into the Crypt. She makes her way down the temple stairs and through the gate with 4 seconds to spare. They were excited, Kirk was excited, I was excited! An excellent Purple Parrots victory! <3333333
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Post by: sag_2006 on August 09, 2006, 07:00:16 AM
The Enormous Iron Nose Ring of Babe (The Ox)

I consider this to be the best solo run of all time.  While Dee was describing the prizes, Joel told Kirk "I think I can handle it."  And, man, did he handle it!  He was really fast and agile (even managing to avoid the Temple Spirit in the Dark Forest) and despite a little bit of trouble in the Shrine, he got the Nose Ring and got out with just under a minute to spare.

The Metal Beard of the Egyptian Queen

TJ and Randy were quite fast here.  Randy did take a rather unusual path out of the Temple, but she managed to get out with 4 seconds left for a nice 1 pendant victory.  In making her trek out of the Temple, Randy managed to enter all 12 rooms.  Messy, but effective and successful.
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on August 09, 2006, 03:13:18 PM
Nooooo!!!! I missed them today! :(
Title: August 9
Post by: juan833blue on August 10, 2006, 05:18:22 AM
Yesterday on Nick Gas I saw two great episodes end with success:
-The Enormous Iron Nose Ring of Babe the Ox
-The Metal Beard of the Egyptian Queen
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Post by: juan833blue on August 10, 2006, 05:50:53 AM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
The Shriveled Hand was one of those impossible layouts and The War Fan was lost because of a production error. They easily would have won if it wasn't forthat error that cost them like 35 seconds or if the second runner went straight to the Chamber of the Sacred Markers because the pit/chamber door was open, therefore, they would have reached the War Fan but even if they got the fan, they would not have made it out in time..
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Post by: juan833blue on August 10, 2006, 05:53:26 AM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
Robin Hood & Marian's Ladder
The Snakeskin Boots of Billy the Kid <333333

Lots of notes on these episodes:
First, i have to say that Robin Hood & Marian's Ladder has to be one of the easiest temple layouts they'ver ever had (could've been an easy Purple Parrots win :cry: ) Also, the kids are extremely.... stupid... during the steps of knowledge an the Purple Parrots are constantly flailing their arms around in frustration when they don't get to answer the questions. Overall, i would say this is a good episode despite the simple temple... it's good to see the kids win even if it was practically given to them.

The Snakeskin Boots of Billy the Kid is possibly one of my favorite episodes. It's total Purple Parrots domination! They were first in the moat, they got the first three questions in the steps, 2 pendants in the temple games, and they win with 5 seconds left! This temple layout wasn't particularly difficult either, but IMO, this is a nailbiter, esepcially when Tony climbs down into the pit in the ledges while trying to escape the temple. They were an excitable team and Kirk seemed to have a lot of energy in this episode too! It's just an all around good episode.  In addition, if memory serves me well, this I believe was the First episode of season 2. <333333333
Title: 8/10
Post by: juan833blue on August 10, 2006, 06:05:32 AM
The Missing Weathermaps of Charles Lindbergh
Nick, the frontrunner was very fast.  Unfortunately, he started in the Ledges where a Temple Guard was waiting.  It didn't faze him, he blazed upwards and went into the Crypt.  Afterwards, he jumped into the pit and opened the door to the Laser Light Room.  After completing the Jester's Court objective, he went up to the King's Storeroom where he was taken out.  Kim went into the temple and did not start badly(She went straight to the Crypt rather than detouring through the Ledges).  However, she didn't move as fast as Nick and also took many wrong turns, noted when she tried to go up to the Mandarin Hand from the Laser Light Room, but the door was locked.  After completing the King's Storeroom objective, she unnecessarily retreated to the Observatory.  She finds her bearings, but then she was caught in the Shrine of the Silver Monkey.  With :11 left she completes the monkey but goes into the Room of the Secret Password where she wasn't supposed to go.  She corrects herself, but could not reach the weathermaps before time ran out.  This was a dissapointing temple run, but this was the closest that a team has reached an artifact in the Dark Forest.  If Kim hadn't made those mistakes, they would have easily reached the maps.

The Treasure of Anne Bonny
This was a very frustrating loss.  Catherine or Fred, made good time in the Temple, but was forced to detour to the Cave of Size after completing the Royal Gong objective.  Also, she gave up her pendant to a Temple Guard.  After spinning the wheel, she's taken from the temple in the Throne Room.  Ron followed Catherine's path and made it to the Throne Room.  Ron looks at the Throne Room ladder and finds the other half pendant, he needed it, there was a temple guard in the room of the Fallen Columns.  From there, he completes the Golden orbs objective and assembles the monkey and grabs the Treasure with :52 left.  Unfortunately, Ron took his sweet time getting out of the temple.  After going to the observatory, he goes downwards to the room of Fallen Columns and the throne room.  just as he was getting to the cave of size, time ran out.  If Ron didn't take those difficult routes or if Catherine started in the Cave rather than the Royal Gongs, this would have been a victory.  In addition, season 1, Layout 9 had all teams getting the artifact, but this was the only episode in Season 1, Layout 9 that was not a win.
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Post by: juan833blue on August 10, 2006, 07:45:12 AM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
The Milk Bucket of Freydis -
This is easily one of my favorite temple runs. These Purple Parrots were a great team, but it was only one Purple Parrot that mattered in the end. Tarrah was easily one of the littlest players that made it to the temple, but she did it all by herself. She seemed to get very lucky in certain rooms (The Jester's Court comes to mind). She made a wrong turn at one point and sometiems she was hesitant but she grabbed the bucket with around 30-something seconds. We all know what happens next. She goes into the pit and tries to jump across the chasm!.... but she smacks against the cliff on the other side and falls to the bottom of the pit! <3 Then she's making her way into the ledges and you can see that the bucket is broken on the bottom. She finally climbs out of the temple for a very close 1 second win!

NOTE: I'm led to believe that the other temple gaurds were in the Mine Shaft and the Crypt because those are the only rooms that Tarrah never enters besides The Room of the Mandarin Hand (which no doors open toward).  Actually, the other guards were in the Crypt and in the Mandarin Hand.

The Helmet of Genghis Kahn -
It's a pretty regular episode that results in a win for the Red Jaguars. One notable thing is that in the second temple game, the score was zero to zero so they both got the half pendant. I guess the moat crossing was pretty close too. The temple run wasn't particularly difficult but still, a win's a win. :P
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Post by: juan833blue on August 10, 2006, 08:11:12 AM
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Yeah, I felt sorry for that team in the Useless Map one.

The Useless Map of the Chibcha Chieftain
First and Foremost, if the Orange Iguanas had won the third temple game, they would have had TWO pendants instead of one.  Halle, the frontrunner starts the run by going to the Crypt, where a Temple Guard grabs her!!!  The Temple Guard himself almost took Halle out of the temple!!!  She gave him the pendant and continued.  In the pit, she failed to realize that the door from the pit to the King's Storeroom had opened and decided to go into the Tomb of the Headless Kings where she was removed.  The Second runner, Jared, fares no better.  After completing the objectives in the Tomb and the Chamber, he gets taken out in the King's Storeroom with less than 90 seconds left.  If the Iguanas went straight to the King's Storeroom rather than going into the tomb, they would have gotten the map, but it would have been unlikely that they would have made it out in time.  Because the Temple Run was so short, the end credits would roll very slowly to make up for lost time.  Also after Jared was caught in the King's Storeroom to end the run, you can see Halle crying because she made the wrong decision at the beginning of the run.  Oh, well.

The Heart-Shaped Pillow of Annie Taylor
This, in my opinion was the best episode of Legends of all time.  The Blue Barracudas won the last temple game and it was forced into a tie-breaker.  The barracudas answered correctly despite a somewhat delayed reaction by Olmec, also Missy was nervous for the entire show, but it didn't slow her down, and also this run proved that even with a single pendant, you can still win.  Missy started the run by going through the ledges, a good move considering that there was a Temple Guard in the Crypt.  After crawling through the pit, she was met by a Temple Guard in the Throne Room, but it didn't stop her.  She went through the Swamp and went into the Dark Forest where she smartly finds the key and goes up into the Shrine of the Silver Monkey, I say smartly because there was a Temple Guard in the Mine Shaft.  After assembling the monkey, she goes into the King's Storeroom with a minute left.  After putting the key in the right hole, she went straight into Medusa's Lair rather than going up into the Observatory.  Missy grabs the Pillow with :42 left and blazed back to the temple gate only :21 later.  No wonder why Missy was so excited and the Audience went nuts after the run.  Once Missy crossed the gate with the pillow, she hugs John and then, she hugs Kirk after the victory.  During the end credits, we see the Blue Barracudas hugging Kirk twice and it was no surprise, their trip to the Bahamas was very well-deserved.

SIDE NOTES:
In addition to being one of the best episodes of all time and the first time that a player retrieves the artifact in the center of the temple, we also hear Olmec's description in the Dark Forest expanded for the first time.  It said, Reach into the hole and find the key, but be careful, one of the trees could be inhabited by a spirit of a Temple Guard, if they grab you, you'll have to give up a pendant of life.  Second, it may have best celebration of a successful Temple run, and you see Missy hugging john and also you can see her cry.  Missy's tears were Tears of Joy and no wonder she was so happy.  The best episode in Legends history?  No doubt about it!!!!
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Post by: Olmec on August 10, 2006, 08:58:46 AM
Ugh, I missed 4 of my favorite episodes. Ugh, we had to go to Wildwood then! Frick!

The Mask of Shaka Zulu - I love this episode, but not for Red Jaguars. It was pretty average, actually. He didn't do much at all. But the person I loved was Phillip from the Green Monkeys. Ahh, he had so much ADHD, he's one of my favorite contestants of all time. <3 Phil.

The Golden Ship of Elizabeth I - Pretty good. I <3'd the whole Temple Game "three wigs" error. Joe & Gabby could've been caught in less then a minute if they moved faster (mainly the Wall Climb)

The Enormous Iron Nose Ring of Babe the Ox - Frick, I wanted to see this. Now, I have to wait until October. Oh well, my cousin has this on tape. I <3 this. I have a little of it on tape from a 97-98 rerun, but the tape ran out, after massive static. Joel rocks, he dodged a Temple Guard, would've shattered Shaka Zulu if he didn't go down, but it was the only person to go through the Rock Quarry with the artifact.

The Metal Beard of the Egyptain Queen - Awesome, solid overall. Good Temple Run, Randy took the most unusual route out of the Temple that I've ever seen. She deserved it, along with T.J.
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on August 10, 2006, 09:12:01 AM
i think joel took a wierder route than randy
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 10, 2006, 10:49:15 AM
hey juan833blue, i know you're new to the forum and stuff, but when you quote me, can you NOT type within the quote? It looks like you're trying to change my words around and that's just kinda a pet peeve of mine...

And i'll have to debate you about a couple of the rooms that you say held temple gaurds in them. There's no proof besides logic... and sometimes LOTHT just ain't too logical. :P
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on August 10, 2006, 11:13:30 AM
Wow, that is a lot of reviews.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: juan833blue on August 10, 2006, 12:47:30 PM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
hey juan833blue, i know you're new to the forum and stuff, but when you quote me, can you NOT type within the quote? It looks like you're trying to change my words around and that's just kinda a pet peeve of mine...

And i'll have to debate you about a couple of the rooms that you say held temple gaurds in them. There's no proof besides logic... and sometimes LOTHT just ain't too logical. :P


I'm sorry about that.
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Post by: juan833blue on August 10, 2006, 12:51:18 PM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
I really don't see how Kelly was that much cuter than most of the other girls on the show. Amanda from the Mussel Shell Armor episode is notably cuter. :roll:  *starts cute girl war* :D

Amanda from the Mussel Shell episode was really cute and besdies, she was a very smart player and she was also very excited when Gator Crossed the gate with the Mussel Shell Armor.
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on August 10, 2006, 03:20:51 PM
The Missing Weathermaps of Charles Lindbergh
The Treasure of Anne Bonny

2 Red Jaguar runs today...
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 10, 2006, 06:35:18 PM
The Missing Weathermaps of Charles Lindbergh
&
The Treasure of Anne Bonny

Both Red Jaguar temple runs. Neither are worthy of an episode description from me. The Tresure of Anne Bonny team would've won is Ron had gone in first and Fred/Katherine would've gone in second.
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Post by: juan833blue on August 11, 2006, 05:57:37 AM
Today's Episodes of Legends on Nick GAS were:
The Cracked Crown of the Spanish King
The Dragonlady and the Blue Pearl
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on August 11, 2006, 06:26:25 AM
2 orange iguana runs today, cool...
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Post by: The Green Monkey on August 11, 2006, 06:34:11 AM
Ah...a rather plain temple run, followed by a very exciting one.
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Post by: tss1011 on August 11, 2006, 06:46:21 AM
"Cracked Crown" was forgettable.  I honestly don't remember much about it.  "Blue Pearl" was exciting, even if Jennifer never figured out that crawling out to get the pearl just might be more effective.  One of the Legends "all-stars"?  Give me a break.

Allthough, to be fair to her, Albert was a retard, inept and inarticulate (see the scintillating exchange below).

(After 2nd temple game)
Kirk: Wow!  That was amazing!  How did you do that?
Albert: I don't know.
(Scene.)
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Post by: juan833blue on August 11, 2006, 08:32:46 AM
Today's second Orange Iguana temple run was exciting, even if they did not get the Blue Pearl.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on August 11, 2006, 09:29:59 AM
Yeah, the 2nd runner was only inches away from it.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 11, 2006, 11:46:15 AM
Well, i haven't watched Legends yet today, but finding out that The Dragon Lady and the Blue pearl episode is on today excites me. I LOVE this episode. The temple run makes me so giddy and it's such a close loss. Jennifer is totally an all-star in my books.

The Cracked Crown of the Spanish King however is one of the WORST temple runs of the entire series for me. I just hated it.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on August 11, 2006, 02:45:03 PM
I like the Blue Pearl one but the Cracked Crown one was like...eh nothing special.
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Post by: Olmec on August 11, 2006, 05:52:59 PM
The Missing Weathermaps of Charles Lindbergh - Average, ugh she could've gotten it, too. I think I have this on tape from a 97-98 rerun.

The Treasure of Ann Bonney - Pretty good. Should've reversed the order of players, they would've won easily. Ron is stupid.


The Cracked Crown of the Spanish King - One of the more "forgettable" episodes, mehh.

The Blue Pearl (The Dragon Lady &) - One of the most exciting Temple Runs of the first season, & the whole series. Albert moved too slow. He picked up at the Shrine of the Silver Monkey, but it was way too late. Jennifer should learn to crawl, honestly.



SIDE NOTE: For some reason, I always think of these 3 episodes together: The Lost Love Letter of Captain John Smith, The Two-Cornered Hat of Napoleon, & The Missing Weathermaps of Charles Lindbergh. Perhaps, they're all Red Jaguar Temple Runs, all who beat Orange Iguanas in the Temple Games. Just wanted to mention that. I kinda get them all confused, even though they were 3 different layouts (2, 3, & 5) & 3 different outcomes (Caught by Temple Guards, Couldn't Get Out, & Time Ran Out)
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 12, 2006, 05:23:16 AM
The Lilly-Crested Crown of Clovis I -
I think this is a pretty good episode. The moat crossing is good. The Steps are pretty good as well. The temple games include close competition between the Orange Iguanas and the Purple Parrots (However, Parrots fans, don't get your hopes up... the Purple Parrots have NEVER beaten the Orange Iguanas in the temple games). Kirk makes a mistake at the end of the temple games and says that the score was 2 to 1 when it was actually 2 to 1 & 1/2. So, the Iguanas defeat my beloved Parrots yet again. Katie volunteers to go first and she makes good time and makes no mistakes up until she goes into the Chamber of the Sacred Markers. A temple gaurd startles her and she seems to be having a hard time finding the hidden markers. She even has to feel the walls to find the final marker. So, things have turned around and suddenly aren't going so well. It's a shame because she really was doing a great job. She made it to the Shrine of the Silver Monkey with like a minute left when she was captured by her second temple gaurd. Judge ran in to pick up where Katie left off and he did the team no favors. The Pit-Chamber door was open but he didn't take it. He went upto the King's Storeroom and started running back and forth... Did he not pay attention to the path that Katie took or what? Anyways, he finally makes it to the Shrine but can't put the monkey together beforetime runs out. Obviously they could've had a chance if Katie would've found that final marker in the Chamber or if Judge wasn't so indecisive.... I was rooting for the Parrots...

The Paintbrush of Leonardo DaVinci -
This is an ok season 1 episode. The moat is TERRIBLY editted. Like... really bad, i'm not even joking. The Steps of Knowledge are actually the staple of this episode. They result in a 4-way tie on the final step (with no wrong answers along the way). Blue and Orange were the teams that came out on top (i'm not sure but this has to be one of the temple games combinations that happened the least). In the end it was Orange that won the games. There was a question on this forum about the origination of the phrase "temple run". Well, Kirk says it in this episode. :P  So it's time for the temple run. Katie (two Orange Iguana Katies today) goes in first and goes into the Swamp where a temple gaurd freaks her out and she launches her pendant at him and he catches it. So, the Tomb doors which would've lead to the paint brush were locked. She tries going upto the Treasure Room. That door is locked too. I really wanna know why they NEVER (cept for once) utilized this door in the frst season. It woulda made for some interesting layouts. Anyways, she is forced to go upto the Observatory where another temple gaurd is waiting. Roberto decides to do something differently than his partner. He ran upto the Room of the Three Gargoyles instead of the Cave of Size in an attempt to go into the Observatory from there... I think... But he was forced down to the Cave and he didn't make much more progress after that before time ran out. Tough luck, impossible layout... So impossible that they decided to use it again in "The Stone Marker of Leif Erikson" episode.... idiots.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on August 12, 2006, 06:22:39 AM
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(However, Parrots fans, don't get your hopes up... the Purple Parrots have NEVER beaten the Orange Iguanas in the temple games).
Perhaps maybe I should add that ep to the list of episodes I was thinking of doing over. (Ya know, like fanfics).
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Post by: PAK Man on August 13, 2006, 09:12:37 AM
Today's Episodes:

-Lawrence of Arabia's Headdress
The first episode of Legends to air on Nickelodeon. This was a very exciting episode, especially with the one-second victory. This is also the only episode where an artifact is retrieved from the Holes of Python. Notice at the beginning of the episode, Olmec calles the room the Treacherous Holes of Python.

-The Royal Torque of Queen Boadicia
Despite the fact it wasn't a victory, this was one of the most exciting losses of season three. Nate made a smart move by heading up from the Tomb of the Headless Kings instead of going through the Pit. If only he'd been a little faster, he just might have gotten out.
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Post by: The Green Monkey on August 13, 2006, 09:37:40 AM
I saw these episodes on the same day back on Easter, so I remember them. I remember for the Headdress episode, it was very competitive for the first part, and Green dominated Red in the Temple Games. Man, when David was heading through the Wheel Room with, like, 15 seconds left, I had my doubts. But he practically dropped down from the Cave of Size down to the ground and managed to beat the clock! :) While I thought Lissy did pretty well, if she had climbed back up the Pit with the wall in the middle where the step is instead of climbing up the left side where the ledge was in the way, Nate may have had a better chance to get the torque out.
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Post by: tss1011 on August 13, 2006, 10:27:40 AM
Lawrence of Arabia's Headdress - What's this?  A 1st season temple run I actually like?  Great one-second victory, by one of the few season 1 kids who really knew what he was doing in the temple.

The Royal Torque of Boadicea - One of the best losses in the history of the show.  The Pit of the Pendulum seemed to slow down a lot of teams, this being an example.  If Lissy had been able to swing back, this would have been a win, no question.  And Nate would have run out of time anyway if he had tried to go through the Ledges.
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Post by: sag_2006 on August 13, 2006, 01:39:15 PM
Lawrance of Arabia's Headdress

The first episode Nick ever aired, and they picked a dandy for its premiere.  The first "buzzer-beater" in Legends history, and one of the most famous Runs of all-time.

The Royal Torque of Boadicea

While no team ever recorded a win from the Tomb, this was the closest ever to a victory.  Both players were fast and relatively smart, but just didn't have the luck they needed to get the job done.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 14, 2006, 05:53:24 AM
The Enormous Feather of the Me Ling (sp?) -
This was overall an exciting episode even if the temple run was one of the most frustrating in the show's history. The moat included a quick but close race. The steps were also exciting as the Orange Iguanas were trailing and then they come from behind to move on the the next round. This also includes a pretty funny Olmec moment. The question was something about the speed of the Me Ling and the Purple Parrot rings in and says "really really fast!" and Olmec replies "That is really really correct!" So, the temple gmes are Orange Iguanas vs Purple Parrots.... Now if any of you have been following my episode summaries, you will know that Purple has never beaten Orange in the temple games and they've only won one tie breaker. This temple games segment came down to the tie breaker and the Orange defeated the Purple once again. It's Temple time, David goes in first. He's moving at a great speed. He makes it to the Dark Forest before getting removed from the temple by a temple spirit. Karissa runs in... and she seems to be moving fast... Then she starts hesitating... in like EVERY ROOM. The worst of it is when she gets to the Quicksand Bog... She just stands there and shrugs! HOW DO YOU NOT KNOW WHAT TO DO IN THE QUICKSAND BOG!?!?... YOU JUST HIT THE FREAKIN BUTTONS! So, she starts climbing the ladder and then she stops on the ladder and starts shrugging there too. Eventually she goes into the Shrine and assmebles the monkey at an average pace. It looks like she could make it to the King's Storeroom in time, but she meets some bad luck in the Room of the Ancient Warriors and the last suit of armor she tries opens the door. She SLOWLY makes her way upto the King's Storeroom. Kirk is getting increasingly frustrated with her. She grabs the Feather! You would think she would try to speed up but she does no such thing and runs out of time in the Pit.... I've said it before, i'll say it again: I was rooting for the Parrots. :?

NOTES: Lots of notes for this episode. The Jester's Court lights never turned off after the objective was completed. When Karissa bashes through the wall to the Quicksand Bog there is no wall-breaking sound effect. The Quicksand Bog room lights were off... maybe that added to Karissa's confusion?... I dunno. This is the only time an artifact in the King's Storeroom (season 3) was reached. That could also have something to do with there were only like 3 or 4 artifacts hidden there in season 3. Also, this is the only time an artifact in the top of the central shaft room was reached but not brought out of the temple (including all versions of the Observatory).


The Leopard-Skinned Cloak of Annie Oakley - <33333
PURPLE PARROTS DOMINATION!!!!! *evil laugh* Anyways, this episode includes one of my favorite moat crossings. I dunno, i just like the ones where they hav to crawl through the hanging innertubes. Anyways, the steps are pretty comical because the Green Monkey boy was just guessing any old answer. It ended up being the Blue Baracudas vs the Purple Parrots. Then the Parrots absolutely smashed the Baracudas in the games: 2-0. It's temple time. Chandra goes in first and she moves at a decent pace. She meets a temple gaurd in the Laser Light room and the temple gaurd drops her pendant and searches the floor for it before exitting the room. Chandra continues to make her way across the bottom floor all the way to the Mineshaft and she takes the elevator upto the Room of the Secret Password. She shouts out "Long Live Olmec!" twice before the door opens. She assembles the monkey in the Shrine and goes into the King's Storeroom where a second temple gaurd removes her. Nick runs in and follows Chandra's path. When he gets to the Dark Forest, you can see that the door to the Shrine is open but he doesn't take it. He goes into the Mineshaft as Chandra runs by the screen on her way back to Kirk. The elevator is not back down yet, so he takes the ladder to the Shrine. He enters the King's Storeroom with 10 seconds left. He finds the key and sticks it into one ofthe columns holding the railing together as time runs out... Tough luck, hard layout (as are any layouts including center of the temple artifacts). They did a really good job and it was a pretty exciting loss, IMO. However, if Chandra had not taken the elevator, this team would have won. Damn elevator.

NOTES: This is the first and only time that the Room of the Secret Password objective was completed in season 2. Kirk butchers the room's name too. Also, when Chandra starts the run through the Crypt, Kirk says "She has to pull a book from a dead skeleton."... seems a bit redundant as skeletons are already dead... I have to say, the artifact was pretty lame, IMO. It had absolutely nothing to do with Annie Oakley and it seems to be one of those artifacts where the production people were like "We have this cloak.... what story can we put it together with?"

PS, Chandra is cuter than the Kelly as well. :P
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Post by: Olmec on August 14, 2006, 05:41:00 PM
1st Purple Parrots
2nd Blue Barracudas
3rd Green Monkeys
4th Silver Snakes

1st Purple Parrots
2nd Blue Barracudas

Purple Parrots 2 Pendants
Blue Barracudas 0 Pendants
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Post by: SSTwinrova on August 14, 2006, 07:07:31 PM
Purple Parrot, just want to let you know that I enjoy reading your episode recaps to see if someone else picked up on the things I did or also to see if there was anything I missed (aside from just the general review factor). As for the first episode today, my guess is that it's spelled "Mi Ling" or something like that, but that's just based on how other similar words I know from Asian languages are spelled.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on August 15, 2006, 06:17:01 AM
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1st Purple Parrots
2nd Blue Barracudas
3rd Green Monkeys
4th Silver Snakes

1st Purple Parrots
2nd Blue Barracudas

Purple Parrots 2 Pendants
Blue Barracudas 0 Pendants
Wow, 1st in the moat, 1st in the steps of knowledge, won all 3 temple games...thats one heck of a strong team.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 15, 2006, 08:36:57 AM
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1st Purple Parrots
2nd Blue Barracudas
3rd Green Monkeys
4th Silver Snakes

1st Purple Parrots
2nd Blue Barracudas

Purple Parrots 2 Pendants
Blue Barracudas 0 Pendants
Wow, 1st in the moat, 1st in the steps of knowledge, won all 3 temple games...thats one heck of a strong team.

Yeah, and they got one room away from a center of the temple artifact. If they had gotten an easier layout, there would have been another Purple Parrots victory in the history books.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on August 15, 2006, 08:46:35 AM
Yeah, and if that temple guard didn't capture the frontrunner in the Kings Storeroom, it would have been a successfull solo run.
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Post by: The Green Monkey on August 15, 2006, 09:03:05 AM
Or if Chandra had entered the temple through the Ledges, she may have run into a Temple Guard there, and then one in the Laser Light Room, so she would've been taken out quickly and left Nick plenty of time to get to the cloak.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 15, 2006, 09:55:43 AM
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Or if Chandra had entered the temple through the Ledges, she may have run into a Temple Guard there, and then one in the Laser Light Room, so she would've been taken out quickly and left Nick plenty of time to get to the cloak.

This is true, but we can't be sure that the temple gaurd would've been in the Ledges because it could've been in the Observatory.... though that would've been a little rediculous so my guess is that there was a guard in the Ledges as well.
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Post by: sag_2006 on August 15, 2006, 09:56:16 AM
The Mummified Hand of the Egyptian King

The only episode where the backrunner enters the temple with his partner's pendant.  This is because the frontrunner literally drops her pendant, and encounters a Guard a few seconds later, leaving her partner to pick up.  Unfortunately, he ends up taking an alternate route, and runs into the Guards that ultimately end the run.

The Golden Cup of Belshazzar

A rather difficult design here, as the team encountered several detours that tripped them up.  The second runner found the Treasure Room/Shrine entrance was locked, which forced him to go down into the Swamp, where time runs out.  (NOTE: Listen to Kirk's emphatic kicking off in the moat.  This episode was taped through the Games as Layout 1, which makes it one of the first, if not the very first. episode taped.)
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Post by: tss1011 on August 15, 2006, 10:14:33 AM
Another giveaway that "Belshazzar" was taped really early: Kirk says, "One of these teams will have a chance to retrieve the cup and return it to its rightful owner".  Hey Kirk, Belshazzar passed away 2000+ years ago, and even if he were alive, he's evil.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 15, 2006, 12:33:01 PM
The Mummified Hand of the Egyptian King -
This episode is... weird... so many strange things to point out. The moat was entertaining. The Steps of knowledge were a shut-out: Only the Blue Baraccudas and the Green Monkeys answered questions. Then the temple games start and this is where the weirdness truly starts. Kirk introduces the teams and asks if the kids are ready and they're enthusiastic. Then Kirk strangely out of character goes \"Oh.. alright, YEAH I AM TOO!\" It seemed really sarcastic. The third temple game was the game where the kids stand on opposite sides of the wall and one has to grab a boulder and throw it onto the ramp above them and the other has to catch it. During the game, the Blue Baracuda girl's waist harness was falling off. This has happened before (Zac from the Secret Map of the Bandit Queen episode). Well ayways, the Baracudas win, jump down off the platform and begin to celebrate and Maggie (that was her name)'s harness fell off again and then it does this weird, completely out of place voiceover saying \"GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP, GUYS!\" and then it cuts back to Kirk walking over to the Green Monkeys saying \"I had rocks in my mouth!\"... ok... so it's temple time. I immediately noticed that The Useless Map ofthe Chibcha Chieftan is pinned on the wall where the Season 1 entrance to the Cave used to be... why?... why is it there?... Well, whatever. The run starts, Maggie goes in first. She starts up in the Crypt, makes her way to the pit, gets a good swing but it isn't quite enough to get back. Then, if you watch closely, you can see that right when Maggie drops from the pendulum rope, her pendant FLINGS off of her wrist. She then tries to climb up to the open King's Storeroom door but changes her mind and goes down to the Tomb of the Headless Kings. It's here where she passes a temple gaurd and he jumps out behind her. She hysterically runs away but then realizes she needs to give him her pendant... but she doesn't have her pendant! Everyone is confused, Josh starts to run into the temple but hesitates... then he is signalled by Kirk and begins his run. He finds Maggie's pendant in likethe corner of the Pit... HOW!?!? He must've saw it fly off of her. Anyways, he climbs up and takes the King's Storeroom route. He meets a temple gaurd in the Room ofhte Ancient Warroirs. He assembles the monkey in good time, but when he enters the Room of the Secret Password he gets caught by another temple gaurd and the runs ends there. If he would've taken Maggie's route, he might've found the half pendant in the Chamber of the Sacred Markers as pointed out by Kirk after the run is over, or perhaps they would've had an even better chance if Maggie would've gone upto the King's Storeroom and gotten taken out in the Room of hte Ancient Warriors.

NOTE: You can see someone thats not a temple gaurd or Josh when the suit of armor turns around in the Room of the Ancient Warriors.

The Golden Cup of Bellshazar -
If this really was the first epsiode of legends that was recorded (aside from the temple) then that means only one thing to me.... THE PURPLE PARROTS WON THE FIRST EVER HALF PENDANT!!! WOOOO GO PARROTS!!!
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Post by: PAK Man on August 15, 2006, 12:56:37 PM
The Golden Cup of Belshazzar is one of the weirdest episodes of all time, and I've got a bunch of notes on this episode. First of all, why was the Temple Run taped separately from the rest of the show? This also happened in The Secret Battle Plan of Nathan Hale, and it's extremely confusing. Secondly, watch how much of a cheater the Red Jaguar is during the first Temple Game. I know it's not technically his fault, because the lights didn't flash until about five seconds after Kirk said to stop, but it's still interesting to watch. I love Kirk's quote afterwards; "The Red Jaguars almost got almost all. . .well, they had almost all of theirs up." Also, watch how much trouble the Purple Parrots had during the third Temple Game.

During the Temple Run, listen to the Temple Guard in the Cave growl at Katherine, and the one in the Treasure Room cackle at her. Then, when Katherine is in The Room of Harmonic Convergence, you can hear a loud "clunk" when she tries the third combination on the steps. Finally, watch her partner (I can't remember his name) in the Treasure Room. It amazed me how many people got confused in that room, and how only one person figured out how to open the door to the room below.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 15, 2006, 01:30:04 PM
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Purple Parrot, just want to let you know that I enjoy reading your episode recaps to see if someone else picked up on the things I did or also to see if there was anything I missed (aside from just the general review factor). As for the first episode today, my guess is that it's spelled "Mi Ling" or something like that, but that's just based on how other similar words I know from Asian languages are spelled.

Oh, thanks. :D
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on August 15, 2006, 04:53:52 PM
Quote from: ""PAK Man""
her partner (I can't remember his name)


Shawn.

Also, the Temple Guard sound effect doesn't play when Katherine is captured in the Cave of Size.
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Post by: juan833blue on August 16, 2006, 09:08:45 AM
The First Episode on Nick GAS today of Legends was:
The Lost Hornpipe of the Pirate Captain
I think the second episode was the Golden Chains of Zenobia, but I'm not sure.
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Post by: sag_2006 on August 16, 2006, 09:42:05 AM
The Lost Hornpipe of the Pirate Captain

Great Temple Run here, featuring two smart and fast kids.  Jarrid almost takes a detour from the Shrine into the Room of the Secret Password, but immediately realizes his mistake and corrects it, taking the Shrine/Bog passage to the hornpipe with 35 seconds left.  He then decides to get out the way he came in, and continues up the top floor on his way out 21 seconds later.  (NOTES: This episode contains a clever ad-lib by Olmec when one of the Jaguars gives a confusing, yet correct, answer in the Steps.  Also, watch Kirk's hand movements during his celebration at the end.)

The Golden Chains of Zenobia

This run starts out well, until Jessica gets taken out in the Treasure Room.  Her partner, Justin, was slow and not too smart (instead of going up into the Gargoyle room, he decides to follow Jessica's path by entering the Cave), and his slow-wittedness dooms the team.  (NOTES: Watch Olmec's pre-Run summary.  The well bucket doesn't ascend like it normally does.  Second, listen to the music heard in the third Temple Game: it is exclusive to the first season.  Finally, this is one of only 5 episodes that includes the Bamboo Forest.)
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Post by: PAK Man on August 16, 2006, 09:47:09 AM
I don't know if anybody else noticed this, but during the Steps of Knowledge from The Lost Hornpipe of the Pirate Captain, something interesting happens in the audience. It's when Kirk is explaining the Steps to the kids. Watch directly behind Kirk. You can see about two or three people in the audience waving at the camera. The thing is, nobody else was waving! I hate when people do that, like on the news when they're reporting on a serious story and some joker is waving in the background. At least it's kind of hard to spot these people.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 16, 2006, 11:25:37 AM
The Lost Hornpipe of the Pirate Captain -
As far as I'm concerned, this is probably the best episode of Legends. The Green Monkeys and the Purple Parrots were 1 and 2 the entire episode, but the Green Monkeys just barely beat the Parrots in the temple games. The score was 1 & 1/2 to 1 making it yet another season 3 Parrots loss in the temple games. However, the Green Monkeys, Jessica and Jarrid, were going to the temple. Now, some may disagree with me, but I believe that this girl was the best female contestant that the show had seen. She was amazingly fast, knew what to do in every room, unphased by temple gaurds... she was awesome. Jessica starts off through the Crypt and she is flying. In the Pit, her only option was to go down to the Tomb of the Headless Kings. She runs into a temple gaurd in the Chamber of the Sacred Markers after completing the objective but she was unphased. She makes quick work of the King's Storeroom and heads to the Room of the Ancient Warriors. She tries the first suit but it doesn't work. She tries the second suit of armor and one of the most awesome temple gaurd grabbings occurs to end her run. Jarrid runs in at a speed matching Jessica's and he makes great time. He goes into the Shrine and grabs two pieces, accidentally tossing the middle piece aside while placing the base in it's place. So when he completes the monkey, he runs into the Room of the Secret Password with about 45 seconds left. He then realizes that he made a mistake and goes back for the Shrine-Bog door. He's in the Bog and he grabs the Hornpipe with around 35 seconds left! He climbs back upto the Shrine and cuts a path straight through the center of the temple and out through the gates for one of the best victories ever. The Monekys were very excited. Kirk did some kind of air hump and faked his emotions as he does often, but whatever, they won. I have to admit, i was rooting for the Parrots in the temple games, but this team was awesome.

NOTES: If they had started in the Ledges, i'm almost certain there would've been a temple gaurd in there. They never found the hidden half pendant which was shown in the credits to be on the other side of the pot that Jessica didn't smash in the King's Storeroom. Jarrid was SO LUCKY that there was not a temple gaurd in the Room of the Secret Password because if there was, this run would've ended in tragedy. Thankfully there wasn't. This was a very difficult temple design (I think it's safe to assume that The Plumed Headdress of Cosarara from season 2 was the same design, but that ended in a loss without even reaching the artifact), but they overcame it and the run was fantastic.

The Golden Chains of Xenobia -
Really, this episode was pretty typical of season 1. It was Orange vs Purple in the temple games... Purple got destroyed as they often did in Season 1. Jennifer of the Orange Iguanas went into the temple first. She ran into a temple gaurd in the Cave and was forced to go up into the Room of the Three Gargoyles. She slowy made her way to the Observatory and into the Treasure Room before being removed by a second temple gaurd. It's Justin's turn and he follows Jennifer's exact path. He gets to the Treasure Room only to find that the door to the Shrine where the Chains were located was locked. The Treasure Chest didn't open a path downward either and this really confused him. He then spends what feels like an eternity in the Treasure Room before going back to the Observatory, down into the Heart Room and then back to the Treasure Room...ugh... Finally he goes down to the Room of the Harmonic Convergance where he almost goes backwards.... so now there's 15 seconds left as he enters the Bamboo Forest. He gets into the Tomb of the Ancient Kings when time runs out. The door leading upward didn't open anyway.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on August 16, 2006, 12:22:10 PM
I remember those episodes, one good episode (the lost hornpipe one) and one not so good one (the golden chains one)
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Post by: juan833blue on August 16, 2006, 12:50:20 PM
The Lost Hornpipe Episode of Season 3 was the BEST episode of Legends in season three.  No wonder it is so popular now.
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Post by: The Green Monkey on August 16, 2006, 01:09:54 PM
The best team victory in Season 3, IMO. Both were very smart and very fast. And the episode in general was splendid as well. :D One of my favorites of all time.
Title: Long Awaited Summaries
Post by: Olmec on August 16, 2006, 02:41:55 PM
The Lily-Crested Crown of Clovis I ? Pretty solid all around, just a disappointed Temple Run. Not much to say, except Kirk miscounted the Pendant of Life total at the end, Katie needed to find the last marker, & Judge just needed to go a little faster.

The Paintbrush of Leonardo Da Vinci ? Pretty good, just a HARD layout. Clean sweep of Steps of Knowledge, Temple Games were usual, Temple was hard layout. Katie (haha, 2 Orange Katie?s in a day, tPP already pointed that out) was fast, just the detour. Roberto had a detour, ugh, just so disappointing!


Lawrence of Arabia?s Headdress ? One of my favorite episodes of all time. Solid rounds, Temple Run is the main part of this. What a good first episode to air! Candice started slow, but picked it up. David was fast, it looked very grim, but the wall in the Wheel Room with ease, he jumps down the Cave of Size & runs out with 1 second left.

The Royal Torque of Queen Boadicea ? Very good, one of the most exciting runs. Exciting overall, they deserved a victory. If Lissy swung back, or if Nate tried the middle painting first in the Jester?s Court, victory.


The Enormous Feather of the Mi Linh ? Terrible. David was pretty good, caught in the Dark Forest. Jester?s Court didn?t go dark. Karisa was not ?really really fast?. She looked at the camera & shrugged about 3 times, twice in the Quicksand Bog, which was a ?hit the actuator? room, once after she opened the door to the Shrine of the Silver Monkey from the Quicksand Bog. She climbs, presses it, just starts back down & stares. She should?ve gone faster, easy win.

The Leopard-Skin Cloak of Annie Oakley ? PURPLE PARROT PWNAGE! First, first, 2 Pendants, should?ve won. Chandra is cuter then Kelly, I admit. No way to not avoid this one really. <3 this.


The Mummified Hand of the Egyptian King ? Mehh, it was alright. Solid Moat, sweep crappy Steps of Knowledge (Legend was retarded). Temple Games were pretty good, Maggie was the cutest contestant (her hair was down in the Temple Games, so it was cuter). Temple Run, mehh. Maggie flung her Pendant down by the platform you go off of when you swing, Josh found it? in the corner by the Tomb of the Headless Kings door. When Josh runs up the stairs, to the King?s Storeroom, you can see the ? Pendant in the Chamber of the Sacred Markers (same place it was in another episode, I forget which one. It was to the left, above the door that goes up from there. Josh got caught, eww.

The Golden Cup of Belshazzar ? Ahh, first episode glories. Moat was very good, Kirk had some extra enthusiasm. Steps of Knowledge were good, nothing too special. Temple Games: PURPLE PARROTS WON THE FIRST HALF PENDANT OF LIFE!!!!! W00T!!!!! Red Jaguars tried to cheat, kinda. Funny how all 3 Temple Games were completed before 60 seconds were up. Temple Run, kinda like Blackbeard?s Treasure Map, but the team at least recovered. I wanted to see them go down the Treasure Chest :?(. I think without the bottom floor confusion, they could?ve had victory. I would assume that from the Swamp, the Tomb-Shrine door, or the Dungeon-Shrine door would?ve opened, making 6 or 7 room minimum (when Katherine spun the sundial, she only spun it a little bit, but when Sean spins it more, the door clearly opens, Sean hesitates a little bit, deciding to go to the Heart Room or the Treasure Room, he chose the Heart Room).
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Post by: PAK Man on August 16, 2006, 05:20:55 PM
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David was fast, it looked very grim, but the wall in the Wheel Room with ease, he jumps down the Cave of Size & runs out with 1 second left.

The only episode where a contestant does not use the ladder to climb up the wall in the Wheel Room. I always thought that was impressive, and it's a shame nobody ever tried it again.

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The Mummified Hand of the Egyptian King ? Mehh, it was alright. Solid Moat, sweep crappy Steps of Knowledge (Legend was retarded).

What do you mean? I can't believe you didn't love the story about Achmed and his clumsy brother Nachmed!  :D

Yeah, that story always bothered me, too. Even when I first saw this when I was eight years old, I didn't like this legend (or most of the other season three legends)

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(when Katherine spun the sundial, she only spun it a little bit, but when Sean spins it more, the door clearly opens, Sean hesitates a little bit, deciding to go to the Heart Room or the Treasure Room, he chose the Heart Room).


Although if you look closely, the door in the Treasure Room didn't open. It probably was open, Sean would just have had to open it manually (one of the reasons early season one bothered me). Notice when he starts to spin the sundial, the audience starts chanting "Go, go, go!" Was this done on purpose, or was it just an ironically placed chant? We may never know.
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Post by: Olmec on August 16, 2006, 05:23:07 PM
Quote from: ""PAK Man""
Quote from: ""Olmec""
David was fast, it looked very grim, but the wall in the Wheel Room with ease, he jumps down the Cave of Size & runs out with 1 second left.

The only episode where a contestant does not use the ladder to climb up the wall in the Wheel Room. I always thought that was impressive, and it's a shame nobody ever tried it again.

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The Mummified Hand of the Egyptian King ? Mehh, it was alright. Solid Moat, sweep crappy Steps of Knowledge (Legend was retarded).

What do you mean? I can't believe you didn't love the story about Achmed and his clumsy brother Nachmed!  :D
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Post by: The Green Monkey on August 16, 2006, 06:26:42 PM
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David was fast, it looked very grim, but the wall in the Wheel Room with ease, he jumps down the Cave of Size & runs out with 1 second left.

The only episode where a contestant does not use the ladder to climb up the wall in the Wheel Room. I always thought that was impressive, and it's a shame nobody ever tried it again.


It was actually pretty easy for David, because he could just hold onto the holes in the wall while still holding the headdress in that same hand. Most others had solid objects so it wouldn't be as easy.
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Post by: juan833blue on August 17, 2006, 05:26:36 AM
The Comet-Embroidered Battleflag of William the Conqueror

After the Green Monkeys dominated the Temple Games, Olivia enters the temple first.  In the Crypt, she is stalled by a Temple Guard, but goes into the the pit.  After knocking over the column, she wastes valuable time climbing up, but then she goes into the Tomb of the Headless Kings where she was removed.  Jonathan moved at a faster pace and was able to complete the objectives in the Tomb and the Jester's Court.  In the Dark Forest, he finds the key, but the upward door to the shrine was locked.  In the Quicksand Bog, he took the ladder to the Shrine and was able to assemble the monkey fairly quickly.  In the Room of the Ancient Warriors, the first suit of armor opens the door, but he was forced into the second suit where a temple guard took his pendant.  Luckilly, Jonathan had just enough time to get the Battleflag in the Chamber of the Sacred Markers, but little else was done before time ran out.  Although this was an exciting loss, just getting to the artifact in the Chamber was quite an accomplishment in itself.

Side notes:
No audience during the Temple Run
The alternate Pre-Temple footage was run

The Golden Spiderweb of Robert the Bruce

No wonder Cheaters never prosper and this temple run was why.  In the First Temple Game, Jeremy of the Green Monkeys had a commanding lead.  However, he took the short-cut to the top and was forced to go back, giving the Silver Snakes the first game.  The Green Monkeys won the next two and were going into the temple.  Christine was not very fast as she started in the ledges, but was forced to go up into the Crypt.  She wasted some time in the pit when she was forced to climb up.  In the King's Storeroom, she was caught by the first guard and not long after, she's taken out in the Room of the Ancient Warriors.  Jeremy moved at a quicker pace, but the layout proved brutal.  He assembles the monkey, but the door to the Dark Forest didn't open.  A temple guard in the Quicksand Bog ends the run with :29 left.  However, they would not have reached the Golden Spiderweb regardless of what they did.  This is one of two episodes in season 3 where a temple run ends in the Quicksand Bog via Temple Guard, the other episode was the Lost Taj Mahal Turban of Aurangzeb.
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on August 17, 2006, 08:38:43 AM
note: in the comet embroidered battle flag. when johnathon enters the ancient warriors instead of getting the view of the camera man in side we get a far out pan of the room from one of the stage cameras
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Post by: Headbanger15 on August 17, 2006, 04:37:49 PM
Yeah, and you can see the cameraman lying on the floor when Jonathan entered. LOL
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Post by: sag_2006 on August 18, 2006, 09:39:57 AM
The Applewood Amulet of Emiliano Zapata

Undoubtedly the all-time classic last-second Temple win.  Robert gets taken out fairly quickly on two consecutive Temple Guards.  Olivia-Emma takes over, and makes it up to the Viper's Nest.  It takes a bit to make it to the amulet, but when she does, she makes a mad dash out of the Temple.  She jumps into the Pit and starts climbing the ledges with 10 seconds to go.  After making it out of the Ledges with 4 seconds to go, she dashes to the gates, and the camera switches to a wide-angle view as Olivia-Emma jumps from the entrance and lands on the ground just before the time runs out.  (NOTE: The third Temple Game is my all-time favorite.  Both teams were on a spinning horse and had to stay on for as long as they could.  Well, it was obvious that both teams wanted the Temple.  Neither team budged and all four players managed to stay on their horses for the duration of the game.  Just an unbelievable show of strength and courage.  Those four could've gone on GUTS the way they were hanging on for dear life.)

The Golden Jaguar of Atahualpa

A pretty average episode, with a couple funny moments.  One being Kirk's "From the looks of things, you look a bit soapy" comment after the second Temple Game, and the other being Chris's entering the Cave the wrong way.  The team successfully grabs the artifact, but due to Chris's detours, have no chance of making it out successfully.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 18, 2006, 10:05:36 AM
Didn't feel like doing summaries yesterday. I feel better about not doing summaries since like the worst temple run of season 3 was on (The Golden Spider Web).

Today:
The Applewood Amulet of Emiliano Zapata -
This episode is famous for many many things. To me, it was yet ANOTHER Purple Parrots tie breaker loss :cry: on an easy layout. This episode could've been a Purple Parrots victory... However, I would not change this episode because the result was awesome. The entire episode was awesome. Anyways, Robert of the Green Monkeys goes in first. He's moving at a good speed. In Medusa's Lair, he meets a temple gaurd with a head cam. Then in the King's Storeroom his runs ends when another temple gaurd emerges. Olivia-Emma runs in. In the Pit she passes the OBVIOUS half-pendant (Thank God she didn't stop for a second and grab it... explained later). She wastes no time completing the objectives in the King's Storeroom or the Shrine of the Silver Monkey. That's all she had to do! She's in the room! She's looking around for the amulet. She finally grabs it and she's making he r way out of the temple. It's gonna be close. There's 10 seconds left when she enters the Ledges. The audience starts coutning down! They're going crazy! 3-2-1! SHE MADE IT!!! OMG!!!!! Closest victory the show has seen. It was so awesome. It still gives me chills! She would have lost if she took a second longer doing anything (even grabbing the hidden half pendant! *gasp*). Wow.... awesome.

The Golden Jaguar of Atahualpa (yeah, good luck on spelling that) -
Pretty good episode. Heavily editted moat. You can tell this because one second the first member of the Orange Iguanas is climing across the rope and in the next shot, the second Orange Iguana is almost across. The Steps of Knowledge were pretty average. It came down to the Blue Baracudas and the Purple Parrots (Wooo!). The temple games were good. The Purple Parrot boy was climbing that mountain so fast. And yes, this is the episode with that famous "You look a bit soapy!" Kirk quote after the second temple game. Well, the Parrots won the individual games and the Baracudas won the team game so it was a 1-1 tie. OF COURSE the Blue Baracudas won the tie breaker. Are you kidding me? How many times do we have to go over this? The Purple Parrots don't win ties breakers *frustration*. Anyways, Chris starts his temple run by running into the space between the Cave of Size and Olmec which led to the back of the temple. Whoops. He then corrects himself, goes through the Cave, through the Pit and intothe Throne Room. He goes up from there and meets a temple gaurd and a dead end in the Heart Room. He's forcedto go back down and through the Holes of Python. In the Tomb of the Ancient Kings, the door leading upwards does not open so he smashes through the wall and uses the ladder to climb into the Shrine. A temple gaurd was waiting for him there. Tracy runs in and she's not quite as fast as Chris but she's moving at an acceptable speed. However, she kinda slows down in the Holes of Python. She doesn't assemble the monkey that quickly either and time is really running short now. With about 4 seconds left, she runs into the Treasure Room and grabs the Jaguar but there wasn't enough time to get out.

NOTE: Was this the only time that an artifact was grabbed from that room space in season 1? I can't remember.


Also, i got bored so i decided to make a list of episodes in which the Purple Parrots lost tie breakers:
The Golden Jaguar of Atahualpa
The Lucky Pillow of Annie Taylor
The Applewood Amulet of Emiliano Zapata
The Silver Horseshoe of Butch Cassidy
The Levitating Dog Leash of Nostradamus
The Marble Armrest of Xerxes
The Lucky Medallion of Atocha? (I might be wrong about that one)

Well... look how many of those runs end in victory. :roll:
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Post by: juan833blue on August 18, 2006, 10:08:05 AM
Of all the one-second left temple wins, there is no doubt the Applewood Amulet of Emiliano Zapata is my favorite one-second left win.  This also concluded perhaps one of the best episodes of season 2, the only that is better is the Heart-Shaped Pillow of Annie Taylor.  All in all, the Applewood Amulet is a legends classic last second win and no wonder Robert and Olivia-Emma deserved their trip to Space Camp.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 18, 2006, 10:08:43 AM
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Only 3 out of the 7 you listed were a victory...

The Golden Jaguar of Atahualpa
The Lucky Pillow of Annie Taylor
The Applewood Amulet of Emiliano Zapata
The Silver Horseshoe of Butch Cassidy
The Levitating Dog Leash of Nostradamus

The Marble Armrest of Xerxes
The Lucky Medallion of Atocha?

Uhm... the bloded ones are wins. :D

However, i'm still not sure if the Atocha team beat the Parrots by tie breaker... i can't remember.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on August 18, 2006, 10:11:59 AM
Oops my bad, I knew there were too many I were missing. (I haven't seen some you listed). Yeah its too bad the Purple Parrots lost too many times in the tie breaker.
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Post by: The Green Monkey on August 18, 2006, 10:21:09 AM
Could someone please upload the Applewood Amulet Temple Run? I have it on my computer, but the GAS logo is covering the clock and it's really annoying.
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Post by: juan833blue on August 18, 2006, 10:31:05 AM
The Purple Parrots did not even make it to the Temple Games in the Atocha Episode.  The Red Jaguars and Orange Iguanas played in the temple games and after the Iguanas won the Tie-Breaker, Ty makes history.  Enough said.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 18, 2006, 10:52:33 AM
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The Purple Parrots did not even make it to the Temple Games in the Atocha Episode.  The Red Jaguars and Orange Iguanas played in the temple games and after the Iguanas won the Tie-Breaker, Ty makes history.  Enough said.

My bad.
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Post by: PAK Man on August 18, 2006, 10:55:18 AM
Quote from: ""sag_2006""
(NOTE: The third Temple Game is my all-time favorite.  Both teams were on a spinning horse and had to stay on for as long as they could.  Well, it was obvious that both teams wanted the Temple.  Neither team budged and all four players managed to stay on their horses for the duration of the game.  Just an unbelievable show of strength and courage.  Those four could've gone on GUTS the way they were hanging on for dear life.)

Yeah, but did you see them afterwards? They all looked like they were about to vomit right there. That's also the game where Kirk supposedly swears (there's a video about it on YouTube) but I don't think he's swearing. What he says is "Oh, she-he's tired."

This was also the one where the Snakes were sent back by mistake. An interesting note; watch the Barracudas in the moat. They hit the gong so hard, the buzzer came off! The boy then sheepishly picks it up and puts it back on. It's a very intersting sight. When I first saw this, I thought they replaced the Barracudas because they broke the gong. As it turns out, it's because they were the last team to cross the moat.

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the other being Chris's entering the Cave the wrong way.  The team successfully grabs the artifact, but due to Chris's detours, have no chance of making it out successfully.


I always laugh at that, but at the same time you realize that he jeopardized his team's chances at victory, as well as with running into the Heart Room. Had he not done that, this would have been a solo victory.
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Post by: sag_2006 on August 18, 2006, 01:24:33 PM
Just encountered something interesting while watching the 7:00 replay of the first ep.  I do believe the music used in the first temple game is reused in the third temple game.  Odd.
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Post by: Bluebarracuda7 on August 18, 2006, 01:57:37 PM
Forgive me if this was repeated, but weren't the Blue Barracudas in that episode transferred to another episode? I've seen them somewhere else on the show before...
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Post by: PAK Man on August 18, 2006, 03:31:03 PM
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Forgive me if this was repeated, but weren't the Blue Barracudas in that episode transferred to another episode? I've seen them somewhere else on the show before...


You bring up an interesting question. I have no idea if they did that, but it wouldn't surprise me if the production crew decided to give them another chance. After all, it wasn't the Blue Barracudas fault the error happened.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 18, 2006, 04:14:47 PM
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Forgive me if this was repeated, but weren't the Blue Barracudas in that episode transferred to another episode? I've seen them somewhere else on the show before...


Ya know.... i couldn't help but to think "That girl looks SO farmiliar!"

....Was she the Purple Parrot girl that got struck by lightning in the Priceless Portrait of the Polynesian Girl episode?.... i can't put my finger on it.
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Post by: juan833blue on August 18, 2006, 04:30:08 PM
Actually, Olivia-Emma was on "Get the Picture" in 1992.
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Post by: The Green Monkey on August 18, 2006, 04:50:58 PM
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Could someone please upload the Applewood Amulet Temple Run? I have it on my computer, but the GAS logo is covering the clock and it's really annoying.
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Post by: juan833blue on August 18, 2006, 05:16:34 PM
There were three episodes during the Legends run were the same music for two of the three temple games was used:
The Applewood Amulet of Emiliano Zapata
The Sacred Ring of Sultan Suleiman &
The Melted Wax Head of Madame Tussaud
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Post by: SSTwinrova on August 18, 2006, 06:47:50 PM
Quote from: ""The Green Monkey""
Could someone please upload the Applewood Amulet Temple Run? I have it on my computer, but the GAS logo is covering the clock and it's really annoying.

Not exactly the smallest download ever (just over 200 MB), but here you go  :)

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=3QKA3JEL (http://http://www.megaupload.com/?d=3QKA3JEL)
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Post by: Bluebarracuda7 on August 19, 2006, 04:18:31 AM
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Forgive me if this was repeated, but weren't the Blue Barracudas in that episode transferred to another episode? I've seen them somewhere else on the show before...

Ya know.... i couldn't help but to think "That girl looks SO farmiliar!"

....Was she the Purple Parrot girl that got struck by lightning in the Priceless Portrait of the Polynesian Girl episode?.... i can't put my finger on it.


yea! that's it!  :D
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Post by: juan833blue on August 19, 2006, 05:47:06 AM
Saturday 8/19/2006 Legends Episodes:
The Secret Battleplan of Nathan Hale
Most of the episode is Season 2-Layout 1, but after the Silver Snkaes proved themselves worthy, it became season 2-layout 5.  Needless to say, not finding the other half-pendant would cost the team, a temple guard in the King's Storeroom ended the run with 69 seconds left.

The Jewel-Encrusted Egg of Catherine the Great
The Red Jaguars showed great teanwork throughout the show and this temple run was a success.  Kris, spelled K-R-I-S gets taken out only 31 seconds into the run.  Luckily, Kristen was a little faster and using the forest-shrine passage was smart too.  She has some trouble assembling the monkey, but after she puts the monkey together, she dashes into the Room of the Ancient Warriors and grabs the egg with 45 seconds left, only 21 seconds later she crosses the gate with the egg.  Wonderful Teamwork!!!!
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Post by: tss1011 on August 19, 2006, 05:56:21 AM
Kristin also pulled off one of my favorite moves, a head-first dive into the Tomb of the Headless Kings.

Secret Battleplan wasn't nearly as good an episode.  Lousy temple run, stupid legend ("I'm a Dutch schoolteacher!"), and weird change of temple layout...what was the battle plan doing in the Throne Room?  But it was memorable for a great Fogg-Up: "The dreadly...dreaded temple guards".

For that matter, The Jewel-Encrusted Egg featured a good Fogg-Up too.  He completely screws up the line, "Only one team will earn the right to enter Olmec's temple".
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Post by: PAK Man on August 19, 2006, 06:12:33 AM
The Secret Battle Plan of Nathan Hale is one of the most horribly edited episodes in the whole series. It started with the fact that it was one of the first episodes of the season filmed, then combine that with the layout switch, as well as clearly seeing the artifact in another room shows the poor editing done. This is most obvious when Olmec announces the artifact, and for several reasons. First, notice that the artifact isn't shown when he says the location. Also, he seems to say this; "The Secret Battle Plan can be found in THE SHRINE OF THE SILVER MONKEY" in a completely different tone of voice, making it obvious that wasn't originally what he said.

Then there's the Temple Run. James took precious time away from his run to point out the location of the half-pendent, and his partner just walks right by it. This is one of those times where the backrunner should have gone in first.
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Post by: juan833blue on August 19, 2006, 07:00:53 AM
In other words, if Christina had gone first, she would have got taken out in the observatory, but James would have easily found the second half-pendant.  But Christina of the Silver Snakes should be all to blame for this loss.  In the second temple game called the coded wall, Christina put a set of letters upside-down and it cost the team a full pendant.  If the Silver Snakes had tied the second game, they would have gone into the temple with 2 pendants instead on 1 1/2.  Oh, well, this had to be the WORST episode of Season 2.
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on August 19, 2006, 07:49:59 AM
they did have the disadvantage of knowing it was going to be in one room then being told it was in another

also the secret batle plan and the gloden cup at belshazar might not be the only episodes in which a temple run was recorded on a different day  than the temple games. it probably happened atleast once during the third season
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Post by: tss1011 on August 19, 2006, 08:05:54 AM
No doubt, but at least in Season 3 they put the artifacts in the right place.
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Post by: nicklegends on August 19, 2006, 08:08:54 AM
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also the secret batle plan and the gloden cup at belshazar might not be the only episodes in which a temple run was recorded on a different day  than the temple games. it probably happened atleast once during the third season

That is a very good point, but there really isn't any evidence that can prove it, seeing as there was only one layout. In fact, the only clue I can think of is Olmec's color change, but no episodes, to my knowledge, would have been proven with that method.
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Post by: PAK Man on August 19, 2006, 08:31:47 AM
Maybe that's why they only had one layout throughout the whole season, in addition to the fact that it was probably easier on the crew to not change the rooms every day..
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Post by: tss1011 on August 19, 2006, 08:34:05 AM
No kidding.  It amazes me that they even got through Season 1 at all, with all the room switching.
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Post by: sag_2006 on August 19, 2006, 09:13:56 AM
The Secret Battle Plan of Nathan Hale

One of the most confusing and heavily edited episodes of all-time.  The artifact is never seen in the room Olmec says it is, and the layout switched from Layout 1 in the Temple Games to Layout 5 when Olmec was describing the Temple.  As for the run itself, the biggest blunder here was bypassing the half-pendant.  If the backrunner had paid attention, he would've found it, and would've at least avoided the premature end.

The Jewel-Encrusted Egg of Catherine the Great

Fantastic episode, made famous for the nifty camera work.  The post-Temple Game commercial lead-in is the best in the series, as Kirk is "chased" into the Pit.  Great stuff.  The run itself isn't too bad, either.  Kris (with a K) gets taken out rather briskly, leaving Kristan to clean up, which she does nicely.  She makes the smart move of using the Forest-Shrine entrance, and, after having minor difficulties assembling the monkey, grabs the egg and dashes out through the top floor with 21 seconds to spare.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 19, 2006, 09:23:07 AM
I don't feel like doing episode summaries today either, but did anyone notice that Kirk miscounted the 2nd temple game in "The Secret Battle Plan of Nathan Hale"? He subtracted a point from each team... the outcome would've been the same i guess. Also, there was no way that Cristina was gonna beat that behemoth child she was up against... that boy had to be hte tallest contestan Legends had seen. Also, i didn't think the temple run was very fair... Like, whoever went in first was going to meet a temple gaurd in the Crypt no matter what since the Ledges doors were locked... cheap.

As for "The Jewel Encrusted Egg of Catherine The Great", I like this run because when Kris gets taken out, Kristen has like a delayed reaction, then turns and runs in. Then in the pit, she does an awesome head first dive into the Tomb of the Headless Kings.

:P
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on August 19, 2006, 09:54:16 AM
Quote from: ""nicklegends""
Quote from: ""outer space""
also the secret batle plan and the gloden cup at belshazar might not be the only episodes in which a temple run was recorded on a different day  than the temple games. it probably happened atleast once during the third season
That is a very good point, but there really isn't any evidence that can prove it, seeing as there was only one layout. In fact, the only clue I can think of is Olmec's color change, but no episodes, to my knowledge, would have been proven with that method.


the metal beard was probably recorded at a diferent time. see the lion headded braclet thory topic for my reasoning
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Post by: Headbanger15 on August 19, 2006, 07:01:17 PM
And Kris was going down....town lol
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Post by: tss1011 on August 19, 2006, 07:03:07 PM
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And Kris was going down....town lol


Make his heart beat!  Make it beat!
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Post by: Olmec on August 20, 2006, 07:20:30 AM
Lost Hornpipe of the Pirate Captain - Amazing, one of the best taems ever, amazing victory, we all know about this. Jessica + Jarrid = Pure love.

Golden Chains of Zenobia - Mehh, retarded.


Comet-Embroidered Battle Flag of William the Conqueror - Pretty good, longest title. Jonathan really wanted it, at least they got 2 prizes.

Golden Spider Web of Robert the Bruce - Cheaters never win, winners never prosper, prosperers never cheat, something like that. Jeremy cheated in the Temple Games, so he was DQ'd making only 1.5 Pendants into the Temple. They got caught because of the missing 1/2 Pendant. Serves them right.


Applewood Amulet of Emiliano Zapata - My 2nd favorite episode ever. Man, awesome. PP Pwnage, but oh well if they lost the tiebreaker, the outcome was still amazing. If Olivia-Emma did one thing different, she would've lost. Simply amazing.

Golden Jaguar of Atahualpa - Average, but hilarious in 2 ways. 1. "By the looks of things, it looks like you're a bit soapy" & "Um... that's the wrong Cave of Size"


The Secret Battle Plan of Nathan Hale ? Ahh, this sucks. The Moat was good, I think this possibly could?ve been the first episode season 2 episode. The Steps of Knowledge, Olmec sounds a little deeper, no ?Shriiiiiiiine of the Siiiiiiilver Monkey? pronunciation, different view of the Steps (camera a little lower maybe?), use of a season 1 question (which one of these words is the act of spying? It was also used in the Codebook of Mata Hari). During the Moat consolation prize, no applause. Coming back from commercial into the Temple Games, no applause. I wanted Green Monkeys to win. ?Dreadly dreaded dreaded Temple Guards?. Olmec is just very low voice toned. Weird, but I only remember the use of the first Temple Game (the crawling out to the cubes & grabbing things while avoiding swinging bags) in other Layout 5 episodes (The Milk Bucket of Freydis & the Golden Earring of Henry Morgan come to mind instantly). Why was the artifact seen in the Throne Room? Temple Run was stupid, stupid, stupid. Pathetic. I have this episode on tape from a 97-98 rerun for the most part, but there was some bad static that made me miss some of the Moat, until the end of the Steps of Knowledge (starting with the ?I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country? question).

The Jewel-Encrusted Egg of Katherine the Great - Awesome. Solid all around, awesome victory. Kris & Kristin pwn you. This had the 2 best fade into commercial sequences (First person shot of running through the Crypt into the Pit of the Pendulum & Kirk diving into the Pit of the Pendulum with the camera chasing him).
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Post by: PAK Man on August 20, 2006, 09:20:56 AM
I know the first episode today was The Mystical Spellbook of the Imperial Wizard, but I didn't catch the second one.

Although it wasn't a success, they probably would have reached the artifact if the frontrunner didn't make a few bad mistakes. He completely stalled after encountering the guard in the Room of the Ancient Warriors, then wasted absolutely unneccessary time in the Dark Forest by looking for the key. I blame Kirk because he told the kid to find the key. Boy, that backrunner was fast, though. If she had a few more seconds, she probably could have reached the book.
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Post by: juan833blue on August 20, 2006, 09:38:20 AM
The Second episode today was The Mush Pot Hat of Johnny Appleseed.
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Post by: sag_2006 on August 20, 2006, 09:41:28 AM
The Mystical Spellbook of the Imperial Wizard

One of the more unique layouts in Legends, and because of this, this run posed quite the challenge.  There were more than a few dead ends and detours here, and the team only makes it as far as the Bog before time runs out.  A nice effort by the Monkeys, but a tricky layout did them in.  (NOTE: Listen for Kirk's rather odd segue to the Silver Snakes' consolation prize).

The Mush Pot Hat of Johnny Appleseed

Both players here were relatively fast, but it was the backrunner's Pit problems that cost the team here.  They did grab the artifact, but time runs out as the second player was escaping the Ledges.  If not for the Pit problems (or if the frontrunner had started in the Ledges instead of the Crypt), this would've been a close finish, probably even a win.
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Post by: PAK Man on August 20, 2006, 11:11:46 AM
Anybody notice the backrunner from the Mush Pot Hat episode broke the handle on the pot when she tripped as she headed into the Observatory? I also just noticed that these episodes had very similar layouts in that the artifact was hidden in the farthest room on the top floor and the team had to use the room underneath in order to access it.
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Post by: tss1011 on August 20, 2006, 12:12:37 PM
Quote from: ""sag_2006""
(NOTE: Listen for Kirk's rather odd segue to the Silver Snakes' consolation prize).


Featuring one of the greatest Fogg-Ups of all time.
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Post by: Headbanger15 on August 20, 2006, 02:25:37 PM
The Silver Monkeys lol

Mystical Spellbook - Probably one of the most messed up temple runs of all time. Frontrunner had to go down to the Ledges and knock over the collum then climb up the wall ledge and get to the King's Storeroom. And then he had to go down to the Dark Forest (where he tried to find a key which is a bit silly because the wall was right there) and he got caought by a guard in the Quicksand Bog. The girl just wasn't fast enough to get up that slide :(

Moshpot Hat - Another artifact in the Secret Password in just one day lol! The real reason for this loss was because the girl was so freaking slow going through the temple. If she were faster they could have made it.
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Post by: The Green Monkey on August 20, 2006, 04:57:24 PM
It was actually the Viper's Nest where the Mushpot Hat was hidden in.

For the Mystical Spellbook, yes that was a very tough layout. But if you look closely while Katie is climbing out of the Pit, you can see the top door from the Ledges was open, so Jared could've gone that way, and he could've had a chance to avoid climbing the wall entirely. And yes, while Jared was in the Dark Forest searching for a key, I was like, "You don't need a key! What are you doing?! You're wasting time!"

For the Mushpot Hat, Chris and Angela were actually a good team. But of course, Angela was quite slow, but not the whole time. Just climbing out of the Pit of Dispair and while in the Shrine of the Silver Monkey.
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Post by: Olmec on August 20, 2006, 05:08:28 PM
The Mystical Spellbook of the Imperial Wizard - Solid & close Moat. Legend pissed me off, pretty racist (not all Asian girls are named Ling Ling, Ring Ling, & Wing Ding). Steps of Knowledge were really good. Temple Games were OK. The first one was really good, with a bad Kirk thing about how he can?t see them anymore, because they?re into the bamboo forest, which was a season 1 room. The second one was bad, because they were delayed until they knew they could go behind & get the item. The third Temple Game was close, Green Monkeys have 2 Pendants, Silver Snakes have 0 Pendants. Or should I say the Silver Monkeys? Temple Run, kinda hard. They wasted 31 seconds. Jared wasted 11 seconds in the Crypt, had to knock over the column with his hands, climb out to the King?s Storeroom, wasted 20 seconds in the Dark Forest trying to ifnd the key when he had to bust through. Katie could?ve gotten out without those wastes.

ADVANCED STATS:


1st Purple Parrots
2nd Green Monkeys
3rd Blue Barracudas
4th Silver Snakes

1st Silver Snakes
2nd Green Monkeys








The Mush Pot Hat of Johnny Appleseed - Moat was good & close. I think that was the fastest Moat they did with that one (where there was the shaky log that they had to hold. It was the Moat in a lot of season 2 layout 2 episodes, they had the heavily edit it in the Stone Head of the Evil King). The Steps of Knowledge, they pull a Missing Eye of David, with 3 wrong answers.

Olmec: According to Legend, how far did Johnny run in order to warn the settlers.

Blue Barracudas: 80?

Olmec: I?m sorry, that is not one of the three choices. 30 miles, 30 kilometers, or 300 days?

Orange Iguanas: 30 kilometers?

Olmec: Incorrect

Green Monkeys: 30 miles?

Olmec: That is correct.

So continuing, it was pretty good. First Temple Game, mountain climbing. Second Temple agme is the swing  across the platforms on the zipline one. It was in the Shriveled Hand of Efoua. Green Monkeys get a lead, but Orange Iguanas catch up. Third Temple Game is the one where you sit in the see saw thing & run around in a circle grabbing things & putting them in the basket. This time, harvesting apples. Final scores. FIRST GAME: 3-2 Orange. SECOND GAME: 4-4 Tie. THIRD GAME: 4-4 Tie. Green 1.5, Orange 2. Orange Iguanas Temple. In Olmec?s Temple summary, cameraman in the Crypt. Chris goes first. There was a black kickball in the Pit of Despair, on the floor under the Heart Room door. Weird, probably from one of the layout?s ?knock over the soldiers? game. Chris had Temple Guard in the Crypt, stayed on the top, Temple Guard in the King?s Storeroom with 2:05 left. I don?t really know your problems of Angela in the Pit of Despair. She only wasted about like 7 seconds, which I don?t think would?ve been enough. As she heads into ?the Pottery Room? she opens the door at a weird camera angle. Shrine of the Silver Monkey, she assembles the statue averagely. She has to do down into the Mine Shaft, eww the elevator. Or ?the Well? as Kirk calls it with 0:38 left. She grabs the Mush Pot Hat with 0:21 left. She blazes across the top floor, trips at the Observatory & breaks the handle. She jumps into the Pit of Despair & enters the Ledges crawl tube when time runs out. Second closest loss with the artifact, first being the Broken Wing of Icarus.

ADVANCED STATS:


1st Orange Igugnas
2nd Silver Snakes
3rd Green Monkeys
4th Blue Barracudas

1st Orange Iguanas
2nd Green Monkeys
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 20, 2006, 05:46:03 PM
^^^ The Priceless Portrait of the Polynesian Girl was just as close as the Mushpot loss.

And i agree, Angela wasn't all that slow. I mean, yeah she got confused when the Shrine-Viper's Nest door didn't open, but she really only wasted like 15 seconds tops climbing out of the pit. However, it was those 15 seconds that she needed i suppose.
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Post by: sag_2006 on August 21, 2006, 04:54:01 AM
The Jeweled Scabbard of Sforza

Quite possibly one of the easiest designs in history, this one required the team to pass through only 5 room en route to the artifact.  Even so, this was a fun episode, featuring some extra energy from Kirk, some nice, tight Games (including a 0-0 tie in third game, but to be fair, they were using kickballs instead of the usual boulder shaped balls they normally use for that type of game), and the Green Monkeys answering the tiebreaking question in such detail that Olmec proclaims, "That is ABSOLUTELY correct!" Good stuff.

King Tut's Cobra Staff

The frontunner was slow and made some pretty big errors.  Just grabbing the artifact is considered a win in my books, and her partner did that despite her mistakes.  Unfortunately, he could only make it to the Holes before time ran out.  If not for the frontrunner's hesitation (coupled with a possible production error in the Observatory), a good 45 seconds would've been shaved, which might have given them the time needed to escape with the win.
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Post by: juan833blue on August 21, 2006, 05:20:58 AM
8/21/2006
The Jeweled Scabbard of Sforza
King Tut's Cobra Staff
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Post by: PAK Man on August 21, 2006, 08:51:01 AM
I'm almost 100% sure the Jeweled Scabbard of Sforza and The Good Luck Watch of Empress Eugenie came from the same taping. They have the same moat crossing, and the same final temple game with the kickballs flying everywhere.

Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think The Jeweled Scabbard of Sforza may have been the third season premiere. It was either that or The Bullet-Riddled Hand Bag of Belle Boyd, because I remember the first season three episode I ever saw was an artifact in The Room of the Ancient Warriors, and the Monkeys went to the Temple.

I can't stand King Tut's Cobra Staff. Did you notice when the frontrunner went into the Gong Room she tried hitting the side of the Cave's door? That indicates to me she had no idea of what the objective was. I can't believe she tried to move the rock slab in the Wheel Room and go back out. Definitely one of the most slow-witted people in the Temple's history.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 21, 2006, 09:59:02 AM
The Jeweled Scabbard of Sforza -
Even with the zero-zero tie and the easy temple layout, i think this is an exciting episode. The kids were excited, Kirk was excited and it was just overall a good episode. The deserved their win... not much more to say... except OMG there was so much fog in the pit!

King Tut's Cobra Staff -
I... like this episode... YES that's right, i like it. Moat crossing was solid. The steps were pretty average. The temple games were good. Correct me if i'm mistaken, but there's a temple game that is unique to this episode. The team game were they have to wrap each other like mummies. Was that done in any other episode? Well, the Purple Parrots completed it so quickly that i think when they tried this game again in "The Dragon Lady and the Blue Pearl" episode, they had the kids lay down and roll over to transfer the wrap. (This also leads me to believe that "King Tut's Cobra Staff" was recorded before the Dragon Lady episode). When it came temple time, I expected more from Eusinia. She won her individual temple game, she said that one of her hobbies was reading horror stories, she ran fast.... but girl did NOT know what she was doing... ugh. She was looking for acuators in the Royal Gong room.... When she gets to the Observatory,  she spins the celestial lights but no doors open. Just when she's about to run out, a door opens and she goes down to the Heart Room. She then proceeds to go down the the Throne Room and she's like half way out of the room before a late temple gaurd get s her. She jumps on the throne (she doesn't sit on it) and the only door that opened would lead her out to the Wheel Room... which she tries to enter but the stone slab is down...ugh... Anyways, she finds her bearings and goes back upto the Heart Room where it takes her a few seconds to realize she needs to enter the Treasure Room. She then gets taken out by a second temple gaurd inthe Shrine of the Silver Monkey. David runs in and he moves at a decent pace. He hesitates at times but he assembles the monkey and is forced to get in the well bucket. The well bucket stalls (maybe he wasn't holding the buttons down?) and the audience begins to count down. He gets out, and with 3 seconds left, he busts through the wall, grabs the Cobra Staff and enters the Holes of Python where time runs out. Too bad.

NOTE: I remember this episode SO CLEARLY from childhood... I'm pretty sure it was the first time i saw the Purple Parrots go to the temple (as it probably was the first time the Purple Parrots went to the temple). After the temple prizes are announced, you can see a temple gaurd in the Cave of Size which would've made it impossible for this team to get to the Cobra Staff (they only had 1&1/2 pendants and the Heart Room and Shrine gaurds were unavoidable)... I'm not sure, but i thought i saw the hidden half pendant on the Treasure Room/Shrine door acuator.... I probably imagined it... David drops his half-pendant after he grabs the Staff.

EDIT: Wow, as I am typing this, the Cobra Staff episode is on, and i was right: The hidden Half-pendant is located on the Treasure Room/Shrine door acuator. You can see it when Eusinia hits the button to open the door. Someone should get a screenshot of this. The version of the "King Tut's Cobra Staff" temple run i have is pretty low quality and there's like this weird border around it....
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on August 21, 2006, 11:15:26 AM
Quote
The team game were they have to wrap each other like mummies. Was that done in any other episode? Well, the Purple Parrots completed it so quickly that i think when they tried this game again in "The Dragon Lady and the Blue Pearl" episode, they had the kids lay down and roll over to transfer the wrap. (This also leads me to believe that "King Tut's Cobra Staff" was recorded before the Dragon Lady episode).
Oh I remember that game lol I definately think those 2 eps were filmed on the same day.
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on August 21, 2006, 02:09:33 PM
no one noticed this so i will point it out. every one always says that zac in the secret map of the bandit queen has the fastest compleation by a second runner 1:08. but asher in the jeweled scabard pulls of his win in 1:04 so asher actually has the record for fastest complietion by a second runner
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Post by: nicklegends on August 21, 2006, 02:27:54 PM
Quote from: ""outer space""
no one noticed this so i will point it out. every one always says that zac in the secret map of the bandit queen has the fastest compleation by a second runner 1:08. but asher in the jeweled scabard pulls of his win in 1:04 so asher actually has the record for fastest complietion by a second runner

While this is true, one should also consider the number of rooms they had to pass through in that time.

Zac (Secret Map):
4 rooms pre-cleared to pass through,
3 uncleared rooms to pass through, and
5 rooms to pass through en route to the exit, with
0 temple guards encountered.

Asher (Jeweled Scabbard):
3 rooms pre-cleared to pass through,
2 uncleared rooms to pass through, and
4 rooms to pass through en route to the exit, with
0 temple guards encountered.

Zac did far more work, but that isn't to say Asher wasn't a great contestant also. :)
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Post by: tss1011 on August 21, 2006, 03:32:24 PM
Not to take anything away from Asher, he did his job, but the numbers by themselves aren't always everything.  Some of the fastest temple runs are very boring to watch, for example.  Yes, he was a little faster than Zac, but "The Secret Map of the Bandit Queen" is very tough to beat for an exciting run.
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on August 21, 2006, 03:50:06 PM
i know it wasn't as exciting but it was the fastest. and whether it was exciting enough or not doesn't matter
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on August 21, 2006, 04:10:49 PM
Was it me, or did the temple run theme sound different in the Jeweled Scabbard?


Cobra Staff note: When Eusinia jumps on the Throne, the "Objective Complete" tune from the Room of Harmonic Convergence plays.

And I do believe that there was a production error in the Observatory, as the stone slab blocking access to the Treasure Room was down when Eusinia entered that room.
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Post by: Headbanger15 on August 21, 2006, 04:52:10 PM
AGAIN Olmec's eyes lit up when Dee Bradley Baker was announcing the prizes in the Scarab episode. Those sound-activated eyes must be pretty sensitive.
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Post by: Olmec on August 21, 2006, 05:08:17 PM
1st Silver Snakes
2nd Red Jaguars
3rd Blue Barracudas
4th Green Monkeys

1st Green Monkeys
2nd Blue Barracudas

Solid Moat. Good Legend, haha Kirk can?t say ?Sforza?. Good Steps of Knowledge, Silver had an early lead, but Green & Blue caught up from behind. First Temple Game, amazing. Outstanding score. Second Temple game, still good. ? Pendant each. Third Temple Game, for the Temple, it?s stupid because of the material. 0-0, tiebreaker. The Green Monkeys answer the answer perfectly, getting an ?absolutely correct!? Amazing Temple Run, they deserved it. <3 Lacey & Asher. This is my third favorite episode of all time, tied with the Lion-Headed Bracelet of Chandragupta

1st Red Jaguars
2nd Blue Barracudas
3rd Purple Parrots
4th Silver Snakes

1st Blue Barracudas
2nd Purple Parrots

Moat was good, haha Green & Orange got no one across. Legend & Steps of Knowledge are pretty good. First Temple Game was OK. Second Temple Game was OK. Third Temple Game was OK. These Temple Games are OK, it seems like it?s gonna be a good Temple Run :wink: WRONG WRONG WRONG WRONG WRONG WRONG WRONG!!!!! Eunisia or whatever, she is one of the few players to go down into the Throne Room (Silver Horseshoe of Butch Cassidy & Map of the Lost Gold Mine (Not sure about this one, it was an early season 1 episode, though) were the others). But she tried to go through the [still down] rock slab. *slaps forehead* She gets caught in the Shrine of the Silver Monkey. David takes over, he did pretty good with the time he had left. The ? Pendant was on the Treasure Room-Shrine of the Silver Monkey actuator, as pointed out. He grabs the Cobra Staff with 3.5 seconds left & gets into the Holes of Python when time runs out.

Side Note: The Purple Parrots have 3 victories, but this is one of the 2 times that they grabbed the artifact, but couldn?t get out. The other being ?The Bone Necklace of the Blackfeet Chief?.
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Post by: juan833blue on August 22, 2006, 05:08:02 AM
8/22/2006:
The Very Tall Turban of Ahmed Baba
The Good Luck Watch of Empress Eugenie
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Post by: sag_2006 on August 22, 2006, 08:24:30 AM
The Very Tall Turban of Ahmed Baba

An impressive solo win.  Shane managed to complete 9 room objectives, and still get the turban and get out successfully.  The only other episode that required the team to pass that many objectives was The Water Bottle (aka the Fountain of Youth) of Ponce De Leon.  Unlike that episode, this one ends in an excellent victory.  (NOTE: The third Temple Game is an ultra-rare no-time limit-first to complete the objective wins game)

The Good-Luck Watch of Empress Eugenie

The frontrunner here had average speed, and delayed a few times, especially in the Pit.  After getting taken out in the Shrine, Jay takes over and does a fairly nice job.  He gets stuck in the Jester's Court, but manages to grab the watch.  However, time runs out before he can go any further.
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on August 22, 2006, 10:59:44 AM
note: in the good luck watch of emperess eugenie

after jay tries the middle and  first  painting. a voice is somewhat audible. jay looks out to a stagehand does kind of a nod. kirk says try the middle one again and so jay tries the middle painting again before he tries the final painting and sure enough the middle one works

my thoery: the stagehand didn't set of the room so to avoid guilt of the team falling one room short. he told jay to go back and do the middle painting. maybe if he had set it of the first time jay could have gotten to the watch and made it out
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Post by: mikeofnash on August 22, 2006, 01:41:27 PM
Something to watch for in the 10:30 EST airing of the Good-Luck Watch episode: how horrendously the girl from the Orange Iguanas falls backwards off the fishing net during the moat round. Girl was lucky she didn't break her neck.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 22, 2006, 04:19:47 PM
Quote from: ""mikeofnash""
Something to watch for in the 10:30 EST airing of the Good-Luck Watch episode: how horrendously the girl from the Orange Iguanas falls backwards off the fishing net during the moat round. Girl was lucky she didn't break her neck.

ROFL!

I was dying of laughter! :P
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Post by: nicklegends on August 22, 2006, 04:29:06 PM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
Quote from: ""mikeofnash""
Something to watch for in the 10:30 EST airing of the Good-Luck Watch episode: how horrendously the girl from the Orange Iguanas falls backwards off the fishing net during the moat round. Girl was lucky she didn't break her neck.
ROFL!

I was dying of laughter! :P

Seriously, though. The Moat is at most 42 inches deep. She could have easily caused major injury to herself. You know how they tell people not to dive into swimming pools?
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Post by: Olmec on August 22, 2006, 04:36:11 PM
1st Green Monkeys
2nd Silver Snakes
3rd Purple Parrots
4th Red Jaguars

1st Green Monkeys
2nd Purple Parrots

The Very Tall Turban of Ahmed Baba - Solid Moat, kinda simple, but still good. Legend was good. Steps of Knowledge good. Silver Snakes early lead, Green Monkeys beat them, Purple Parrots come from behind & beat them haha. Red Jaguars got a question in there somewhere haha. Temple Games, pretty good. Temple Games. Kirk doesn't know which goes first, guys or girls. Guys do. First Temple Game, they had to use the 2 ropes to climb to the top. Also used in the layout 3 episode "The Two-Cornered Hat of Napoleon" Purple Parrots knock over a turban, Green Monkeys get one. Purple gets one. Purple gets two. Green Monkeys get two. Purple Parrots almost get three, but drop it right outside of the bucket, oh dear. So the first Temple Game is a 2-2 tie. Second Temple Game, they have to "shimme up the backbone" of the camel, basically crawl up a slighly slanted log, leading to a head at the top. Spin the head & run back down. They do this over & over while the camel spits at them & their feet can't touch the ground whlie going up. Purple gets a lead, but touches the ground. They soon come back & get 1 spin. Green Monkeys get 1 spin shorly after. Purple Parrots get 2 spins with 24 seconds left. Purple Parrots get 3 spins with 9 seconds left. Time runs out as both are lunging for a spin, but missing. "If they had this much water goinga cross the Sahara, they'd be in good shape". Haha, Kirk... Purple Parrots beat Green Monkeys 3-1. So Purple Parrots have a full Pendant, Green Monkeys have a half a Pendant. Third Temple Game, they have to climb up the "minaret" & palce the dome at the top. Basically ,they have to climb up a tower of inflatable "ancient Babylonion tubes", as referred to in the season 4 Moats they're used in. At the top, they have to put on this hat thing that they were carrying the whole time. The hat is huge. It's not timed, because it's hard. Purlpe Parrots have a great lead, but they can't figure out how they'll lift up the huge cap. Green Monkeys catch up. Both are flailing the hats & it seems like the usual Temple Games music is gonna have to start over sono, because it's getting into phases we've never seen. Eventually, the Green Monkeys get the cap on, lift their hands in the air (they had to do that also, didn't mention that) & win. Final score is Purple 1, Green 1.5 Green Monkeys go to the Temple. Yet another Purple Parrots loss, but at least the Green Monkeys "avenged them". Temple Run is amazing! Shane was amazing. Throug the lEdges with 2:49, compelted the Rock Quarry & headed into the Laser Light Room with 2:34, almost taking the ? Pendant. He startled for a little bit, maybe up into Medusa?s Lair, but eventually heads into the Swamp with 2:15. TEMPLE GUARD!!!!! Yaya, he has a Pendant :D Into the Dark Forest with 2:03. Well he couldn?t get rhough the net. So through the wall & going up into the Lightning  Ball Room with 1:34. He plugs in the four power cords (only done in this episode & in the Two-Cornered Hat of Napoleon) & heads into the Shrine of the Silver Monkey with 1:18 left. He grabs the base immediately & gets the middle & head same time. Into the King?s Storeroom with 0:46. Second pot had key, second hole opened the door. Grabs the Very Tall Turban with 0:30 left, races across the Troubled Bridge, almost going into Medusa?s Lair, through the Crypt, & victory with 0:15 left! As you can see, Shane has an ?obsession? with Medusa?s Lair haha. Though he startled at points, & got the middle part of the monkey messed up, victory nonetheless.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 22, 2006, 04:47:06 PM
The Very Tall Turban of Ahmed Baba -
Moat was ok. Steps were good (Purple Parrots come from behind and answer 3 questions in a row). Temple games were very close. I'm so upset with that Purple team. They HAD the third temple game. It was the one where they had to climb to the top of those innertube towers and put the onion dome on the top. The Purple Parrots were at the top of the tower for forever! They just couldn't get hte dome on and the Green came from behind. Shane of the Green Monkeys goes into the temple first. He goes down the Ledges, through the rock quarry, almost takes the hidden half pendant off of the Laser Light-Rock Quarry actuator. He finds the white laser and goes into the Swamp where he meets a temple gaurd. Then, Shane has trouble getting into the Dark Forest and the temple gaurd like walks over to him... weird... Anyways, Shane busts through the wall and takes the elavator to the Lightning Ball Room and puts the power cords in (one of two times this room objective is completed). He sorta has trouble with the monkey, but gets it done, goes into the King's Storeroom and finds the key. After all of that, he finally gets to the Observatory and he grabs the Very Tall Turban (which wasn't very tall at all). He's out of the temple shortly after. Congrats.

NOTE: I compare this episode to "The Leopard-Skin Cloak of Annie Oakley" a lot because the only differences are that the artifact location (then again, it was just different rooms, but both in the central shaft) and the Cloak was a harder layout because of the Jester's Court replacing the Swamp.  Chandra of the Cloak episode actually made better time than shane did even though they took the same pathes through the temple. However, when a temple gaurd snatched her up a room away from the Cloak, it meant that this team had lost. Shane had better luck with the temple gaurds and was able to pull off a solo win. It's just dumb luck i suppose.

Also, The Ivory Elephant of Shaherazade (wow, spelling?) is in Medusa's Lair when they show the turban in the Observatory.

The Good Luck Watch of Empress Eugenie -
I happen to like this episode a lot even if it is a miserable Purple Parrots defeat in the temple games. The moat crossing was VERY excting i thought. The Orange Iguana girl's fall was spectacular, rofl. Temple time. Janeen goes in first and she seems very hesitant... almost petrified... She's not moving at a very fast pace either. Eventually she makes it to the Shrine of the Silver Monkey where she cowers in fear when her second temple gaurd emerges. Jay runs in a seems to be making up time. He completes the monkey and the only door that opens is the Dark Forest passage (that doesn't happen often... does it?) So he goes through the Dark Forest and into the Jester's Court. Some weird stuff happens in there. You can hear a voice and Jay looks out of the temple.... someone was telling him to try the middle painting which he already tried. Kirk then shouted out loud for him to try the middle one again. Time is running low but he finally gets the the Tomb of the Headless Kings where the watch is. He grabs it but cannot exit the room before time runs out. Good job.

NOTE:.... no notes! :P
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Post by: Olmec on August 22, 2006, 06:53:04 PM
The Good-Luck Watch of Empress Eugenie -

1st Red Jaguars
2nd Blue Barraucdas
3rd Purple Parrots
4th Green Monkeys

1st Green Monkeys
2nd Purple Parrots

Good Moat, Orange Iguanas girl did almost break her neck haha. HAHA, priceless. Purple Parrots guy had a spill also. Good Legend, more interesting. Close Steps of Knowledge. Tie on the second step. Green Monkeys vs. Purple Parrots Temple Games. D?j? vu? First Temple Game, they had to stay on that horse. Purple falls about 10 seconds in. & 20 seconds in. & 30 seconds in. But 45 seconds, not 40 haha. So Janeen (Green Monkeys) got 4 points, should?ve been 5, Courtney fell at the end. Courtney (Purple Parrots) got 0 points. Second Temple Game, they have to crawl on that Olmec circle thing. They?re spinning, they?re falling, you get it. Final score: Jay (Green Monkeys) 11 rotations. Nate (Purple Parrots) 7 rotations. So it?s Green 1, Purple 0. Final Temple Game, they gotta use the cannonballs to throw over the chute & your partner will catch it. Pulling a Sforza with kickballs. They?re catching, they?re missing, etc. Final score: Green Monkeys: 7 cannonballs. Purple Parrots: 5 cannonballs. Green Monkeys got a sweet, 2-0. Janeen did pretty good, she went Crypt-Pit-Storeroom & got in the King?s Storeroom with 2:16 left. TEMPLE GUARD! Molestor??? Third pot, third hole. Third book in the Crypt. Mr. Temple Guard frazzled her, Kirk comments. Shrine of the Silver Monkey, taken out with 1:29 left. Jay is going really fast. He assembles the monkey pretty fast & goes down into the Dark Forest with 0:48 left. He grabs the key & goes into the Jester?s Court with 0:33. Second painting, not working. First painting, not working. Goes to the third, but goes back to the middle one, which opens it. Goes into the Tomb of the Headless Kings with 0:08 left, grabs the Good-Luck Watch with 0:04 left & the door opens when time runs out.
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on August 23, 2006, 09:38:23 AM
The Golden Cricket Cage of Khan (the episode that causes me to *headDESK* into eternity)

The Dried Ear of Corn of Sojourner Truth
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Post by: sag_2006 on August 23, 2006, 09:43:53 AM
The Golden Cricket Cage of Khan

Worst. Run. Ever.  Neither player knew what they were doing, and stalled through all 4 (yes, four) rooms they traversed.  These numbskulls don't even make EYE contact with the artifact!  A classic episode, for all the wrong reasons.

The Dried Ear of Corn of Sojourner Truth

Average temple loss here.  Kirk refers to the frontrunner as "Fast Eddie", which he was... until he encounters his first Guard.  In fact, if the players hadn't gotten so distracted by those Temple Guards, this might've been a win.  So, Eddie is taken out in the Room of the Ancient Warriors, where Tess took over, and encountered many of the same problems other players had.  Her biggest problem was in the Forest.  She became horribly confused, and it only got worse when a Temple Spirit emerged.  She eventually makes it to the Jester's Court and the corn, but by the time she lays her hands on it, time has run out, making this officially a one-prize loss.
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Post by: juan833blue on August 23, 2006, 09:47:28 AM
8/23/2006
The Golden Cricket Cage of Khan
The Dried Ear of Corn of Sojourner Truth
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Post by: juan833blue on August 23, 2006, 09:52:43 AM
If memory serves me correctly, the temple games that were used during the dried ear of corn episode were the same as the lost whalebone of Pythias, except instead of barnacles, fish and anchors, there were scrolls, loaves of bread and bags of loot.  The Dried Ear of Corn Episode was taped about the same day as the Lost Whalebone of Pythias, or so I believe.
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Post by: Headbanger15 on August 23, 2006, 10:32:10 AM
The Golden Cricket cage pissed me off. Did the two kids realize they could have gone up to the Observatory? IDIOTS! >__<
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Post by: PAK Man on August 23, 2006, 11:14:25 AM
The Golden Cricket Cage of Khan:
-Ugh! What an awful episode. These kids were by far the dumbest in Legends history. They top Kim from John Henry's Lost Hammer, Damian from The Lost Whalebone of Pythias, and that girl from The Keys to the Alhambra. At least she almost made it to the artifact, and tried accessing the Shrine. Even my eight and nine year old cousins who were watching the episode with me thought they were dumb.

The Dried Ear of Corn of Sojourner Truth:
-It wasn't a success, but it was a lot better than the other Dried food item episode this season. As juan833blue said, this came from the same taping as The Lost Whalebone of Pythias. Not too much to say, except that if the players had not been distracted by the guards, this could have been a successful run.
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Post by: tss1011 on August 23, 2006, 01:26:14 PM
Quote from: ""PAK Man""
Damian from The Lost Whalebone of Pythias


Hey now, I don't think he's quite in that category, he just wasn't fast enough.  Besides, Brittany wasn't exactly Speedy Gonzales herself. :roll:    But that's another discussion, another time.

I still haven't seen the Golden Cricket Cage.  Something tells me it is the Legends equivalent of watching a cadaver being sawed open.

I remember the Dried Ear of Corn from when it first aired, and was disappointed that they came so close but blew it.  Oh well.  Not to slight the accomplishments of Sojourner Truth, but even as a kid I thought that basing an episode around her was lame.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 23, 2006, 01:59:49 PM
The Golden Cricket Cage of Kahn -
Not worthy of an episode summary from me. Definitely the worst temple run of the entire series. Purple Parrots got to the temple games but they did lose fair and square so i can't be bitter.... sucks.

The Dried Ear of Corn of Sojourner Truth -
Why didn't they just name this episode "The Lost Whalebone of Pythias 2"? It's basically the same except with a different temple run. Eddie made good progress in the temple and got taken out by a cool temple gaurd grabbing in the Room of the Ancient Warriors. Tess ran in at a slower pace, but made it to where Eddie left off. She wastes some time by getting in a suit of armor while the door is already opened. She eventually makes it to the Dark Forest, just one room away. She tries the first tree and finds nothing. She tries the second tree and she encounters a temple spirit. She seems really frazzled by the temple spirit and takes up a lot of time putting her pendant in the tree and getting the key out. Then it takes her some time finding the right keyhole. Time is ticking down, as she opens the door to the Jester's Court where the Corn is. She runs and grabs the Corn! Did she make it in time!?!? NO! Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwww, if only she would've had like 3 more seconds, she would've gotten to it in time. Tough luck.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on August 23, 2006, 02:33:47 PM
Quote
I still haven't seen the Golden Cricket Cage.
Believe it or not I haven't seen it either.
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Post by: The Green Monkey on August 23, 2006, 03:08:15 PM
I just missed the first part of the moat the one time I saw the Golden Cricket Cage.

In all terms, the episode in general was pretty good, up until the Temple Run. The teams were good at the moat, the Steps were alright (Apart from one question where two teams answered with the same answer), and it was competitive between Purple and Silver in the Temple Games. Both teams looked good, and I was expecting quite a bit in the Temple Run. :(

Three words describe it: terrible, terrible, and terrible. Oh, did I mention terrible? :p I bet their only plan was to go straight to the Spider's Lair along the bottom floor, and no alternate plan. :roll: Morons.
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on August 23, 2006, 03:14:56 PM
I missed the Golden Cricket Cage (Thank God!), but if Tess didn't stall in the the Dark Forest, she could've gotten to the corn.
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Post by: juan833blue on August 23, 2006, 03:42:51 PM
This shows how scary the dreaded temple guards are, and the dried ear of corn episode showed why in the Dark Forest, you can not be lost with little time left.  Poor Tess, if she was not distracted by that temple spirit, she would've reached the corn and maybe a successful run was in the cards, oh well.
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on August 24, 2006, 03:40:20 AM
Note during the credits of the Golden Cricket Cage of Khan.

The door in the Room of the Golden Idols to the Heart Room is open, but - as you may recall - the door in the Heart Room didn't open.  Hence, this was a production error.  Granted, being borderline retarded probably would have prevented Tia from ever reaching the artifact.

Also, I think John was on Get the Picture also.  GAS loves to show this one with this really stupid kid on the yellow team that answers the most ridiculous answers (and is also a goony kid with glasses).  I wonder if they are one in the same.
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Post by: nicklegends on August 24, 2006, 03:58:14 AM
Quote from: ""Renegade Pancake""
Note during the credits of the Golden Cricket Cage of Khan.

The door in the Room of the Golden Idols to the Heart Room is open, but - as you may recall - the door in the Heart Room didn't open.  Hence, this was a production error.  Granted, being borderline retarded probably would have prevented Tia from ever reaching the artifact.

Also, I think John was on Get the Picture also.  GAS loves to show this one with this really stupid kid on the yellow team that answers the most ridiculous answers (and is also a goony kid with glasses).  I wonder if they are one in the same.

Not necessarily. I think the crew opens up a number of the doors after runs a temple guard doesn't end, for easy access out of the temple. I can't say this happened every episode, but I have seen contestants walk back through a number of rooms once the run has ended during the credits.
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on August 24, 2006, 04:38:47 AM
08.24.06

The Medal of Sir Edmund Hillary
The Crown of Queen Nzinga
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 24, 2006, 05:28:30 AM
The Medal of Sir Edmund Hilary -
I actually really really like this episode which is surprising especially since the Purple Parrots don't make it past the moat and it's season 1. However, it includes some exciting stuff. I personally LOVE the steps in this episode for the following reason:
Olmec: Which is the following legendary creatures did Hilary also set out to find? The Jaberwock, The Abominable Snowman, or the Veloca Raptor.
*Blue Baracudas ring in*
Baracuda Girl: Veloca rap....
Olmec: That is incorrect!
Crack's me up every time. Ayways, it came down to the Red Jaguars (or should i say Jagwires? Kirk was saying that a lot this episode) and the Silver Snakes. The Silver Snakes shut'em out, but these were pretty exciting games over all. Temple time. Danny goes in first. The artifact is located in the Room of the Three Torches and they start on the upper floor, but Danny meets a temple gaurd in the first room. He runs across the Troubled Bridge and the door is locked. He goes back down through the Cave and the Wheel Room. Then he sits on the throne in the Throne Room, tries the door to the Holes of Python, but it's locked so he heads upto the Heart Room where he's removed from the temple. Tara runs in and she starts off well by heading right into the Cave instead of going up. She's moving at a quick pace and she's making up time. She gets to the Treasure Room, passes through there without trying the treasure chest, and starts to assemble the monkey in the shrine. She has a little trouble (which i blame on Kirk... you'll know what i mean when you see the episode). She gets the monkey together and the door to the Room of the Three Torches doesn't open so she is forced to go down into the Well. Time is now running out and the well is going as slow as ever. She gets out at the top and grabs the Medal (which Kirk started calling it a pendant). She has 20 second to get out! SHE'S MOVING FAST! It looks good! However, she takes an unexpected turn and climbs from the Observatory down to the Throne Room. Time runs out as she is entering the Wheel Room. :( They could've won had the team started on the downward path, or if Tara would've just gone across the top on her way out, obviously.

The Crown of Queen Nzinga -
This episode is average in every sense of the word, but the temple run is not. I guess it includes a rare Jaguars vs Parrots temple games sequence... of course the Parrots lose... *bitter* and the artifact is in the Lightning Room. The temple run is pretty unexciting. Ben runs in first and meets consecutive temple gaurds in the Laser Light Room and the Swamp. Renee doesn't have much better luck as she passes the half pendant in the Swamp (which we never see) and meets a temple spirit in the Dark Forest which ends the run.

NOTES: This is the only time a temple spirit ends a run and this is the only time an artifact is hidden in the Lightning Room. My theory for the temple gaurd being in the stage-left tree (the tree not near the breakable wall) is that the breakable wall would not break down (because it would've been easier to break the wall and take the elevator than to go up into the Shrine)..... Wow... i can't believe i just said "it would've been easier to take the elevator....
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Post by: juan833blue on August 24, 2006, 05:50:51 AM
Some notes on the two episodes:
on the first episode if the frontrunner had started in the cave, he would have been taken out in the shrine, but Tara would have had a clear path to the shrine, but then she would have riden the well up into the torch room where the medal was.  A full 20-25 seconds would have been saved if the team had started in the cave.  Oh, well.  But, it was a very tricky layout for the door to the torch room did not open from the shrine which forced the second runner to use the well elevator upwards, and it forced the team to go through 8 rooms before getting the medal, quite an accomplishment.

In the Crown of Queen Nzinga episode, this was a dissapointing temple run for that the temple guards were placed in three consecutive rooms, the laser light room, the swamp and the dark forest where the temple run ended.  If Renee had found the other half pendant, they would have easily reached the crown and it may have been a win, too bad.
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Post by: Olmec on August 24, 2006, 06:03:50 AM
Quote from: ""juan833blue""
Some notes on the two episodes:
on the first episode if the frontrunner had started in the cave, he would have been taken out in the shrine, but Tara would have had a clear path to the shrine, but then she would have riden the well up into the torch room where the medal was.  A full 20-25 seconds would have been saved if the team had started in the cave.  Oh, well.  But, it was a very tricky layout and it forced the team to go through 9 rooms before getting the medal, quite an accomplishment.

In the Crown of Queen Nzinga episode, this was a dissapointing temple run for that the temple guards were placed in three consecutive rooms, the laser light room, the swamp and the dark forest where the temple run ended.  If Renee had found the other half pendant, they would have easily reached the crown and it may have been a win, too bad.


It wasn't that tricky, & they only had to go through 7 rooms, they just added an additional 2.
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Post by: Olmec on August 24, 2006, 06:12:07 AM
The Golden Cricket Cage of Khan - Solid Moat, long though. Legend & Steps of Knowledge were pretty good. The Temple Games. First one, they had to crawl through the tube. Purple Parrots pwnage. Second one, they had to climb up the shaft, Silver Snakes won. Third Temple Game, crawl on the soapy thing while attached to bungee cords to transport spice bags, Silver Snakes won. Temple Run, pathetic. 4 rooms in a full 3 minutes. I let my parents see this one, my mom though Tia was gonna get them the Space Camp. She changed her mind soon after. When Tia was climbing up the Wall Cimb to the Heart Room with about 10 seconds left, my dad was like "Oh yeah, that's smart, Tia. Climb up into that room, you don't know what up there, since you only stuck your head out of there a minute ago!"

The Dried Ear of Corn of Sojourner Truth - Good Moat & Legend. Soldier of Truth, haha funny. Green Monkeys got a sweep, Orange Iguanas (or whatever the other team was) got 2 questiosn right, Blue Barracudas got one, Orange Iguanas got one. Temple Games, didn't really watch, but a lot of Lost Whalebone of Pythias-ness. Temple Run, Eddie was pretty good, got distracted in the Chamber of the Sacred Markers, though. Tess was slower, but still fairly good. Temple Guard in the Dark Forest, she found the key after that, but couldn't find the correct door. On her fourth try, she got the door, but entered the room just as time ran out. As Eddie said "one more second & she would've gotten it". I don't think she was distracted by the Temple Guard at all haha.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 24, 2006, 07:59:26 AM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
Second one, they had to climb up the shaft, Silver Snakes won.

They tied. :wink:
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on August 24, 2006, 08:19:10 AM
Yeah, theres a YouTube video that shows that temple game (and the 3rd temple game). But I'm too lazy to bring it up lol
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Post by: Olmec on August 24, 2006, 11:11:17 AM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
Quote from: ""Olmec""
Second one, they had to climb up the shaft, Silver Snakes won.
They tied. :wink:


Oh yeah! I had like no time, because I had to tape 4 hours of Survivor & Project Runway (making 5 hours total), so I could only watch briefly.
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Post by: Olmec on August 24, 2006, 04:15:56 PM
The Medal of Sir Edmund Hilary - Yeah, pretty good. The Moat was kinda long, but still good. Legend was pretty good, the "Velocaraptor" is hilaious. Clean sweep Steps of Knowledge. Temple Games, pretty good. Nothing much to comment, but the Silver Snakes looked good for the Temple Run, & they were. Temple Run, pretty good. Danny had an extra 2 rooms, but made up for lost time. Tara was pretty good, but she had to take the worst route out of the Temple. Judging from my calculations, had she just stayed high, she could've gotten out with about 4 seconds left.

1st Blue Barracudas
2nd Red Jaguars
3rd Green Monkeys
4th Silver Snakes

1st Silver Snakes
2nd Red Jaguars

2 Pendants Silver Snakes
0 Pendants Red Jaguars
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Post by: juan833blue on August 25, 2006, 09:16:43 AM
The first episode for 8/25/2006 was:
the Pendant of Kamehameha.
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Post by: juan833blue on August 25, 2006, 09:16:49 AM
The first episode for 8/25/2006 was:
the Pendant of Kamehameha and I believe the second was the Red Sash of Tokagawa Leyasu.
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Post by: juan833blue on August 25, 2006, 09:17:00 AM
The first episode for 8/25/2006 was:
The Pendant of Kamehameha
The Red Sash of Tokagawa Leyasu
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Post by: sag_2006 on August 25, 2006, 09:17:38 AM
The Pendant of King Kamehameha

Two smart players here, but unfortunately they had the bad luck of having only 1 pendant, and having their run abruptly end because of it.  The frontruner was extremely fast, but gets taken out less than 30 seconds in.  His partner, while not quite as fast, has good planning, and actually gets within one room of the artifact, but a Temple Guard emerges from the Dungeon (possibly, as one reviewer in the Nicklegends site review points out, due to either a door malfunction or a missed cue) and ends all hope.  Had the team had that extra pendant, they would've no doubt made it to the Pendant, and maybe gotten out with the victory.
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Post by: sag_2006 on August 25, 2006, 09:18:11 AM
DOUBLE POST.  Please ignore this post.
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Post by: juan833blue on August 25, 2006, 09:20:43 AM
Quote from: ""sag_2006""
The Pendant of King Kamehameha

Two smart players here, but unfortunately they had the bad luck of having only 1 pendant, and having their run abruptly end because of it.  The frontruner was extremely fast, but gets taken out less than 30 seconds in.  His partner, while not quite as fast, has good planning, and actually gets within one room of the artifact, but a Temple Guard emerges from the Dungeon (possibly, as one reviewer in the Nicklegends site review points out, due to either a door malfunction or a missed cue) and ends all hope.  Had the team had that extra pendant, they would've no doubt made it to the Pendant, and maybe gotten out with the victory.

If Robbie had gone straight to the Heart Room rather than detouring through the Throne, he would have been taken out in the Dungeon, but Tina would have had a clear path to the Pendant in the Spider's Lair and it might have been a successful run.  All I can say is tsk, tsk.
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Post by: sag_2006 on August 25, 2006, 09:28:04 AM
The Red Sash of Tokagawa Leyasu

One wrong turn costs the team here.  After completing the Shrine objective, the frontrunner starts up to the Bog, but changes her mind and instead goes into the Room of the Secret Password, where a Temple Guard ends her run.  Her partner ends up making the same mistake, and then took the Passage to the Bog, where the third Guard emerged.  In short, had it not been for the frontrunner's detour, this could've ended successfully.
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Post by: juan833blue on August 25, 2006, 09:36:43 AM
Quote from: ""sag_2006""
The Red Sash of Tokagawa Leyasu

One wrong turn costs the team here.  After completing the Shrine objective, the frontrunner starts up to the Bog, but changes her mind and instead goes into the Room of the Secret Password, where a Temple Guard ends her run.  Her partner ends up making the same mistake, and then took the Passage to the Bog, where the third Guard emerged.  In short, had it not been for the frontrunner's detour, this could've ended successfully.

If Brandy had gone straight to the Quicksand Bog, she would have been taken from the temple, but Quentin would have had a clear path to the Sash if he went straight to the Bog from the shrine and it also would have been a win, too bad it did not happen as this was a lengthy and tough layout.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 25, 2006, 10:43:25 AM
The Pendant of Kahmehameha -
Pretty regular episode up until the temple. I actually think this is one of the first season's most exciting temple runs. Robbie goes in at a blazing speed. I think he only spent like 18 seconds in the temple before being removed in the Heart Room. Tina took a detour from Robbie's path up into the Room of the Three Gargoyles (which could've been soooooo costly) then in the pit, she got back on Robbie's track and went up into the Heart Room via the Throne Room. She was a little hesitant before putting the monkey together but she got it done. She spun the wheel in the Pirate's Cove and climbed down into the Dungeon. she busts through the wall and begins to open the coffin to find the key, but a temple gaurd kinda just slips into the Tomg of the Ancient Kings from the busted Dungeon Wall to end the run. Robbie looked upset, Kirk had no idea what was going on..... Kirk was getting so riled up in this temple run. Anyways, Tina comes back over to Kirk and he says that they still get the remote control cars (woooo).... There was such an awkward silence followed by an "Awwwwwwwwwww" when everybody finally realized what happened. Tough luck... they would've won if they would've had that other pendant, or as it was pointed out already, if Robbie had gone straight into the Heart Room rather than the Throne Room where he met a temple gaurd.

The Red Sash of Tokugawa Ieyasu (sp?... too lazy to check) -
Another pretty average episode. Temple games came down to Red vs Blue (which i don't think happened very often after season 1). Blue won 2 pendants so they went to the temple. Brandy went in first and she made great time. She even grabbed the rope in the Pit of the Pendulum. When she gets into the Shrine of the Silver Monkey, you can clearly see that the door to the Room of the Secret Password is already opened.... weird.. She assembles the monkey anyway and the door to the Quicksand Bog opens. She was about to take it, but changed her mind and went into the Room of the Secret Password where she met her second temple gaurd. Quinton ran in and took over where Brandy left off. However, he didn't really make up anytime because he went into the Room of the Secret Password as well. He met the final temple gaurd in the Quicksand Bog (Brandy would've been removed no matter what path she chose). Quinton made fast work of the Dark Forest and the Jester's Court but now there's only 4 seconds left!
He's in the room!... but time runs out. Awwwww, close but no cigar. There were so many things they could've/should've done differently and this would've been a win. Oh well.

EDIT: I would've liked to see Brandy just skip completing the monkey and go right into the Room of the Secret Password. :P
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on August 25, 2006, 11:04:07 AM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
EDIT: I would've liked to see Brandy just skip completing the monkey and go right into the Room of the Secret Password. :P


thats probably why it was open. so that the player would just skip the objective and run into the temple guard but unfortunatly brandy both compleated the objective and ran into the secret password
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Post by: juan833blue on August 25, 2006, 11:08:49 AM
The Barracudas would have easily reached the red sash and had a victory by simply avoiding the Room of the Secret Password altogether, oh, well.
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Post by: juan833blue on August 25, 2006, 11:11:23 AM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
The Pendant of Kahmehameha -
Pretty regular episode up until the temple. I actually think this is one of the first season's most exciting temple runs. Robbie goes in at a blazing speed. I think he only spent like 18 seconds in the temple before being removed in the Heart Room. Tina took a detour from Robbie's path up into the Room of the Three Gargoyles (which could've been soooooo costly) then in the pit, she got back on Robbie's track and went up into the Heart Room via the Throne Room. She was a little hesitant before putting the monkey together but she got it done. She spun the wheel in the Pirate's Cove and climbed down into the Dungeon. she busts through the wall and begins to open the coffin to find the key, but a temple gaurd kinda just slips into the Tomg of the Ancient Kings from the busted Dungeon Wall to end the run. Robbie looked upset, Kirk had no idea what was going on..... Kirk was getting so riled up in this temple run. Anyways, Tina comes back over to Kirk and he says that they still get the remote control cars (woooo).... There was such an awkward silence followed by an "Awwwwwwwwwww" when everybody finally realized what happened. Tough luck... they would've won if they would've had that other pendant, or as it was pointed out already, if Robbie had gone straight into the Heart Room rather than the Throne Room where he met a temple gaurd.  This would have been a solo win if Robbie had gone straight to the Observatory from the Pit.

The Red Sash of Tokugawa Ieyasu (sp?... too lazy to check) -
Another pretty average episode. Temple games came down to Red vs Blue (which i don't think happened very often after season 1). Blue won 2 pendants so they went to the temple. Brandy went in first and she made great time. She even grabbed the rope in the Pit of the Pendulum. When she gets into the Shrine of the Silver Monkey, you can clearly see that the door to the Room of the Secret Password is already opened.... weird.. She assembles the monkey anyway and the door to the Quicksand Bog opens. She was about to take it, but changed her mind and went into the Room of the Secret Password where she met her second temple gaurd. Quinton ran in and took over where Brandy left off. However, he didn't really make up anytime because he went into the Room of the Secret Password as well. He met the final temple gaurd in the Quicksand Bog (Brandy would've been removed no matter what path she chose). Quinton made fast work of the Dark Forest and the Jester's Court but now there's only 4 seconds left!
He's in the room!... but time runs out. Awwwww, close but no cigar. There were so many things they could've/should've done differently and this would've been a win. Oh well.

EDIT: I would've liked to see Brandy just skip completing the monkey and go right into the Room of the Secret Password. :P
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Post by: The Green Monkey on August 25, 2006, 11:11:38 AM
For the Pendant temple run, I noticed when Tina was in the Observatory, after she spun the sundial, the bars went up on both sides of the room, meaning both doors opened, so it surely would've been a solo victory if Robbie had headed straight up there from the Pit of Dispair.
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Post by: juan833blue on August 25, 2006, 11:15:45 AM
Thanks for the Tip and have a wonderful weekend!
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Post by: Aiselne on August 25, 2006, 12:36:35 PM
Quote from: ""juan833blue""
If Robbie had gone straight to the Heart Room rather than detouring through the Throne, he would have been taken out in the Dungeon, but Tina would have had a clear path to the Pendant in the Spider's Lair and it might have been a successful run.  All I can say is tsk, tsk.


Whose to say the door would have opened anyway, it's not like they would have let all three doors unlocked, that would be too much of an advantage for the players. The Observatory was definately locked and The Heart Room would be up for debate (about 60-40 chance opened.)

*bangs gavel*

I find in favor of the lazy Temple Gaurd and Robbie (for being fast) and declare The Pendant of Kamehameha to be a tough but fair loss.

NEXT!!!
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on August 25, 2006, 12:50:15 PM
the observatory would have openend but you guys are blowing over the huge thing. it wasnt part of robbies plan. his plan was the straight line theory. to go into the throne room and into the spiders lare which almost never works.
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Post by: Aiselne on August 25, 2006, 01:08:57 PM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
The Red Sash of Ummm.....Yoshiru or something.-
Awwwww, close but no cigar. There were so many things they could've/should've done differently and this would've been a win. Oh well.


Only two.

1.) Brandy wasting her time in the Shrine when she could have just skipped into the Secret Password and got eaten directly instead of delaying it  (around 34 seconds)

(When she says "Long Live Olmec" and the Guard gets her from behind....priceless.)

2.) Quinton not just heading into the Bog and taken his Temple whooping like a man. (costed about 25.8 seconds)

Since he had four seconds left in the Artifact'ed room, if just one of the mistakes didn't happen, they would have claimed victory. I find in favor of...well none of them. They both fail, because they couldn't open their eyes.

EDIT:

I'm sorry. Outer, I missed that.

Lock him up for mental instability as well.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 25, 2006, 01:15:00 PM
Quote from: ""Aiselne""
Quote from: ""juan833blue""
If Robbie had gone straight to the Heart Room rather than detouring through the Throne, he would have been taken out in the Dungeon, but Tina would have had a clear path to the Pendant in the Spider's Lair and it might have been a successful run.  All I can say is tsk, tsk.

Whose to say the door would have opened anyway, it's not like they would have let all three doors unlocked, that would be too much of an advantage for the players. The Observatory was definately locked and The Heart Room would be up for debate (about 60-40 chance opened.)

*bangs gavel*

I find in favor of the lazy Temple Gaurd and Robbie (for being fast) and declare The Pendant of Kamehameha to be a tough but fair loss.

NEXT!!!


No... there's no way that BOTH the Heart Room and the Observatory doors  would've been locked. That would've meant that there was no way for them win. :?

I think it's very possible that all 3 doors could've been unlocked given the layout. I think all 3 doors opened in the Melted Head of Madame Tussaud, right?
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Notundercovercop327 on August 25, 2006, 02:50:35 PM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
Quote from: ""Aiselne""
Quote from: ""juan833blue""
If Robbie had gone straight to the Heart Room rather than detouring through the Throne, he would have been taken out in the Dungeon, but Tina would have had a clear path to the Pendant in the Spider's Lair and it might have been a successful run.  All I can say is tsk, tsk.

Whose to say the door would have opened anyway, it's not like they would have let all three doors unlocked, that would be too much of an advantage for the players. The Observatory was definately locked and The Heart Room would be up for debate (about 60-40 chance opened.)

*bangs gavel*

I find in favor of the lazy Temple Gaurd and Robbie (for being fast) and declare The Pendant of Kamehameha to be a tough but fair loss.

NEXT!!!

No... there's no way that BOTH the Heart Room and the Observatory doors  would've been locked. That would've meant that there was no way for them win. :?

I think it's very possible that all 3 doors could've been unlocked given the layout. I think all 3 doors opened in the Melted Head of Madame Tussaud, right?



all three of the doors in the pit of despare were unlocked. this layout is pretty much the same layout as the golden kricket cage of kahn and the stone head of the evil king. all three contain a posibilty for solo win and a possible capture by three temple guards without placing a guard in the crypt of cave of size
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on August 25, 2006, 03:11:00 PM
Quote from: ""Aiselne""
Quote from: ""juan833blue""
If Robbie had gone straight to the Heart Room rather than detouring through the Throne, he would have been taken out in the Dungeon, but Tina would have had a clear path to the Pendant in the Spider's Lair and it might have been a successful run.  All I can say is tsk, tsk.

Whose to say the door would have opened anyway, it's not like they would have let all three doors unlocked, that would be too much of an advantage for the players. The Observatory was definately locked and The Heart Room would be up for debate (about 60-40 chance opened.)

*bangs gavel*

I find in favor of the lazy Temple Gaurd and Robbie (for being fast) and declare The Pendant of Kamehameha to be a tough but fair loss.

NEXT!!!


That doesn't make sense. The Observatory Door opened, & the Temple Guard & Robbie aren't on the same team. It wasn't fair. If the Temple Guard didn't come out at the right time, then don't come out at all. & for everyone who thinks he is under the floor & the tarp, & Tina stepped on him, he's not. When Tina is in the Tomb of the Ancient Kings (Kirk says the Tomb of the Silver oh, Temple Guard!), you can see the Temle Guard walk out of the wall (same place he is in the Mine Shaft season 2), through the opening in the rock wall Tina broke down.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on August 25, 2006, 04:38:29 PM
1st Silver Snakes
2nd Orange Iguanas (TIE)
2nd Purple Parrots (TIE)
4th Red Jaguars

1st Red Jaguars
2nd Silver Snakes

The Pendant of Kamehameha ? I personally love this episode. The Moat was good, pretty quick, but Blue Barracudas & Green Monkeys didn?t have a chance. The Legend was just about how Kamehameha united all the islands of Hawaii & how he wore some cool Pendant. I guess I like the whole exoticness. Wow, I?m writing this on Word now, & ?exocticness? is actually a word. Well, the first time it said it was. Oh well. Steps of Knowledge, pretty good. Nothing so special, pretty easy questions, kinda hesitant players. Ironic, was in the ?fade to commercial? sequence after the Steps of Knowledge, you can here a ?loo loo loo loo loo? sound, almost like a Hawaiian chant. How ironic. Interviews, I like Robbie?s sense of humor, Maria?s jump roping thing sounds cool. Mike doesn?t seem too cool, Tina seems alright. The first game was ?Petroglyph Puzzle?, which isn?t a real word, or I butchered the spelling. Mike & Robbie have to climb up the wall using the blocks & assemble a petroglyph. Robbie has a lead throughout the whole thing, he?s awesome. Kirk says the Robbie got his all put together, yet there was no bottom half. Silly Kirk. Second Temple Game, Maria & Tina have to push a giant boulder with their backs up a ramp spitting water, use the boulder to clog the water volcano & slide down wins. Maria & Tina, but Tina has a slight lead. Both are having problems near the top, Maria catches up last minute, but falls down trying to put her boulder in & ?he takes a gnarley plunge?. After the game, when Tina clogs the volcano, he tells Maria ?that was a great, great splash! I loved it?. Third game, they had to jump up & down, pick coconuts & put them in the buckets. Silver Snakes might?ve won, but they knocked 2 coconuts off near the beginning. That gave the game to the Red Jaguars. Also, in the middle, Tina?s bounces out of the bucket. A Silver Snake coconut falls & hits the Red Jaguars spotter, haha. Kirk took a long time to figure out both teams got all the coconuts. Some how, the Silver Snakes had 6, & the Red Jaguars had 8. Tiebreaker!!!!! ?In 1959, did Hawaii become the: 50th state, the 49th state-? Robbie says 50th, & the Silver Snakes go to the Temple! Mike & Maria go home with a computer adventure ?Stay Tuned?. Robbie was one of the fastest people I?ve seen. Tina was pretty quick, but slower. When she got to ?the Observation Tower? Both doors opened, so she could?ve saved time. Haha, Kirk ?The Shrine of the Three Silver Monkey?. She was pretty hestitant in the Shrine of the Silver Monkey, oh well. She was pretty fast, but the Temple Guard got her in ?The Temple of the Silver uhhh Temple Guard!? Pretty disappointing.

The Red Sash of Tokugawa Ieyasu later.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Aiselne on August 25, 2006, 04:54:22 PM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
That doesn't make sense. The Observatory Door opened, & the Temple Guard & Robbie aren't on the same team. It wasn't fair. If the Temple Guard didn't come out at the right time, then don't come out at all. & for everyone who thinks he is under the floor & the tarp, & Tina stepped on him, he's not. When Tina is in the Tomb of the Ancient Kings (Kirk says the Tomb of the Silver oh, Temple Guard!), you can see the Temle Guard walk out of the wall (same place he is in the Mine Shaft season 2), through the opening in the rock wall Tina broke down.



If she'd a handled her business in the Temple Games, she wouldn't have had a temple pest problem. See, it all comes back to the player. I rarely feel sorry for the 1 pendent teams.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on August 25, 2006, 05:48:00 PM
Quote from: ""Aiselne""
Quote from: ""Olmec""
That doesn't make sense. The Observatory Door opened, & the Temple Guard & Robbie aren't on the same team. It wasn't fair. If the Temple Guard didn't come out at the right time, then don't come out at all. & for everyone who thinks he is under the floor & the tarp, & Tina stepped on him, he's not. When Tina is in the Tomb of the Ancient Kings (Kirk says the Tomb of the Silver oh, Temple Guard!), you can see the Temle Guard walk out of the wall (same place he is in the Mine Shaft season 2), through the opening in the rock wall Tina broke down.


If she'd a handled her business in the Temple Games, she wouldn't have had a temple pest problem. See, it all comes back to the player. I rarely feel sorry for the 1 pendent teams.


So, she didn't handle her business in the Temple Games, yet she won hers? I'm sorry, but I just don't comprehend.
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Post by: juan833blue on August 25, 2006, 05:58:44 PM
If the Silver Snakes had just TWO more coconuts in the final temple game, they would have had two pendants and a sure victory.
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Post by: juan833blue on August 26, 2006, 04:48:03 AM
8/27/2006
The Star of Sultan Saladin
The Stone Head of the Evil King
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Post by: sag_2006 on August 26, 2006, 05:49:22 AM
The Star of Sultan Saladin

Impressive, as all solo wins typically are.  The frontrunner did have a few moments of hesitation, but she knew what she was doing and was always trying the doors leading directly to the artifact.  She grabs the star and makes it out with a healthy 27 seconds left.

The Stone Head of the Evil King

Another run where it seems that the production crew overdid it on the layout.  Both players were pretty fast, but the layout (and moments of extreme hesitation by both kids) end up dooming the team here.  (NOTE: Due to the length of the Moat crossing, the opening of the episode is shortened, and begins straight with Olmec's intro.)
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Post by: tss1011 on August 26, 2006, 06:21:59 AM
The Star of Sultan Saladin

I saw this one as a kid, and I remember being excited to FINALLY see somebody win (hadn't seen many victories at that point).  Nowadays, it's not the most impressive solo victory ever, but Leah still did a good job.  A lot of pre- and post-run interviews, which were important to reveal her strategy of going directly to the Observatory.   :D

The Stone Head of the Evil King

Not one of the better temple runs I've seen.  Tony was pretty dim, but to be fair to him, Medusa's Lair slowed down EVERYBODY (OK, not as much as the one minute it took Tony, but still...).  And four snakes are too many, especially when the crew obviously didn't test the room properly.  Also, for a severed body part, the artifact was pretty lame.
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on August 26, 2006, 02:29:18 PM
Star Note: When Leah is exiting the temple, you can clearly see the guard in the Cave of Size.

Stone Head Note: During the moat, the fog disappears between the Orange Iguanas and Green Monkeys.

And how about Heather's troubles on the Steps of Knowledge? Surprised no one "stole" the question. And where was the key in the Storeroom?
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Post by: Olmec on August 26, 2006, 02:38:49 PM
The Star of the Sultan Saladin - Pretty good all around, but the main thing to talk about is the Temple Run. Leah was pretty fast. She tried doors towards the artifact, but she made up for it, with a rather frightening Temple Guard in the Tomb of the Ancient Kings. With Kirk having many Fogg-Ups including "The Throne of the Golden Idols", Leah did good. She grabbed the Star of the Sultan Saladin & got out. Kirk had some insanely long interviews, which added together (pre & post run) were probably more then the 3 minutes for the Temple! I'll comment on the Moat, Legend, Steps of Knowledge, & Temple Games when I actually see them. I'm having a rather busy day today. Temple Guard in the Cave of Size. I probably won't see the Moat, Legend, Steps of Knowledge, & Temple Games.

The Stone Head of the Evil King - I really like this episode, to be honest. Probably the nostaliga, I remember coming home from the YMCA one day to see this episode. There was no scenes through the lush jungle, just cutting to Olmec for the intro. I'm not doing statistics, because they're on the King's Storeroom. The Moat was long, arguably the hardest Moat of the entire series. Heavy editting made the fog mysteriously vanish. I don't think the artifact was lame at all, probably just my whole mythology love, especially Greek. The Legend, awesome. I <3 the whole Perseus-Medusa-Pegasus story (check out my fan fic "The Enchanted Wing of Pegasus" haha, one of my favorites I wrote). The body part wasn't exactly severed, but it "fell off". The Steps of Knowledge, I like the whole unity. The Blue Barracudas named "Medusa" "Gorgons" & "Athens" at the same time, while on the Silver Snakes, their third answer "Turned to stone" was said in unity as well. It made me think both teams really wanted it, so I like both of them. Blue barracudas & Silver Snakes, even down the Steps of Knowledge, Green Monkeys & Red Jaguars got a question in there. Also, I love the whole sportsmanship of all four teams in the Steps of Knoweldge, all high fiving each other at the end. Sometimes, you see the winning teams high five each other, but they also were ince to the teams that didn't make it. Funny how the Silver Snakes were Chris & Kristin. Those are pretty common names in "Legends", but Jennifer will always be number 1. First Temple Game, they had to shimmee up Pegasus' backbone & place a wing on his shoulder, while Pegasus is spitting on you. You can't touch the ground. It was Heather vs. Chris. Heather basically pwns Chris, while the hole "get your lower legs ontop of the backbone" strategy. Heather soon gets 2 while Chris is 1/4 way up the second one. Kirk says she "frogged" her way up there. Easier way to describe it. Second Temple Game, they had to climb up the mountain with the 2 pegs, climb to the top while carrying the backpack (containing Medusa's head), & put the backpack on Athena's shield. This is probably the hardest variation of the mountain climbing game. Tony is a high adventurer who wants to climb the cascades. Kristen is the track star. I like both of them already :D. Also, while the Stone Head of the Evil King is visible in the Swamp, so are the Imperial Purple Robe of Empress Theodora & The Mush Pot Hat of Johnny Appleseed. Tony was at the top for the last half, he just couldn't get the back on the shield. In the end, it was pretty close, but Tony was further up, so they won the 1/2 Pendant of Life. Now, Blue Barracudas have 1 Pendant, Silver Snakes have nothing. Third Temple Game, they had to knock the statue of the Stone King down. They just had to slingshot the columns down. Both teams get one on their first try. Then, they had some problems, close but no cigar. Blue Barracudas scored with 37 seconds left. They scored again with 29 seconds left. Then Silver Snakes cored with 24 seconds left, almost getting 2 down. Blue Barracuas got part of the string on the last dummy, but didn't fall down. They also hit it twice, but it never fell down. Silver Snakes kept lobbing them into the Pit of Despair. So final score was 3-2, Blue Barracudas. Blue Barracudas just clean sweep against the Silver Snakes. I wish both teams could've gone to the Temple. The Temple Run: Heather went in first. She had to go from the Crypt to the Ledges, because she only tried 1 book. Apparently she knows about acrobatics. She does great. Temple Guard in the Throne Room, but she?s still going fast. Haha, the Temle Guard is shown talking to her, haha. Medusa?s Lair (how ironic), she gets taken out. Tony follows her path, & he gets into Medusa?s Lair with 1:30. He doesn?t put in all 4 snakes, until there is 0:21 left. He spent 1:09 completing the room. I guess Medusa gave Tony & Perseus problems. He holds the record for the longest time to complete any objective. Then he goes into the King?s Storeroom. Temple Guard (three consecutive ones)! He breaks the pots by putting one hand on the top, & whamming his other hand through them. Poor poor poor, he probably made the key go out of the Temple. Time runs out.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: tss1011 on August 26, 2006, 03:47:29 PM
Quote from: ""The Silver Monkey""
Star Note: When Leah is exiting the temple, you can clearly see the guard in the Cave of Size.?


Yes, I loved that.  Weren't they supposed to vanish?
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Post by: The 49th Ronin on August 26, 2006, 03:52:32 PM
According to Olmec, they are suposed to vanish, but in reality, the temple guards just become very very apathetic about guarding the temple.
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Post by: tss1011 on August 26, 2006, 04:11:11 PM
OK, so I guess he meant "vanish" metaphorically.
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Post by: juan833blue on August 26, 2006, 04:47:10 PM
Did you notice in the Star of Sultan Saladin episode when Leah grabbed the Star in the Observatory?  As she was climbing down into the Cave of Size, you can clearly see the Temple Guard cheering on leah, weird.
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Post by: tss1011 on August 26, 2006, 05:09:41 PM
"Hey, temple guard!"
"'Sup?"
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: sag_2006 on August 26, 2006, 05:22:54 PM
Quote from: ""tss1011""
"Hey, temple guard!"
"'Sup?"


:lol:
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 26, 2006, 05:28:30 PM
I go back to school tomorrow.... aka no more DirecTV aka no more watching Legends for me aka no more episode summaries from me (unless i'm home for the weekend and i feel like doing'em). :cry:

It was fun while it lasted.

Oh, and when the Pearl Necklace of Gwalior comes on again, I'm going to have to ask someone to upload it for me as that is the only temple run that i have not seen (and i don't remember it from childhood). I'm not sure if anyone remembers, but back when that episode aired most recently, i fell asleep on it right before the temple run. :?
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Post by: The Green Monkey on August 26, 2006, 05:45:13 PM
These are the only Temple Runs I haven't seen, and don't remember seeing back when I was young.

The Dead Man's Hand
John Henry's Lost Hammer
The Map to The Lost Gold Mine
The Lost Logbooks Of Magellan
The Paintbrush Of Leonardo Da Vinci
The Stone Marker Of Leif Erikson
The Silver Saddlehorn of Hannibal
The Golden Stallion Of Ali Baba
The Silver Cannonball of Grandy Nanny
The Lucky Medallion of Atojah
The Lost Love Letter to Captain John Smith
The Ivory Hunting Horn of Shahrazad
The Jeweled Necklace of Montezuma
The Missing Eye of David
The Golden Goblet of Atilla the Hun
The Bonnet of Dolley Madison
The Lion-Slashed Jacket Of Sacagawea
The Mummified Hand of the Egyptian King
The Dried Apple Half Of William Tell
The Bent Shaving Pan Of Jedediah Smith
The Enormous Feather Of Me Linh
The Dried Ear Of Corn Of Sojurner Truth
The Bifocal Monocle Of One Eyed Jack
The Melted Hand Of Madame Tussaud
The Lily Crested Crown Of Clovis the First
The Pearl Necklace of Gwalior
The Bullet Riddled Handbag of Bell Boyd

If there's anyone who can upload the Temple Runs, that would be super. :D
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: juan833blue on August 26, 2006, 05:54:19 PM
Quote from: ""The Green Monkey""
These are the only Temple Runs I haven't seen, and don't remember seeing back when I was young.

The Dead Man's Hand
John Henry's Lost Hammer
The Map to The Lost Gold Mine
The Lost Logbooks Of Magellan
The Paintbrush Of Leonardo Da Vinci
The Stone Marker Of Leif Erikson
The Silver Saddlehorn of Hannibal
The Golden Stallion Of Ali Baba
The Silver Cannonball of Grandy Nanny
The Lucky Medallion of Atojah
The Lost Love Letter to Captain John Smith
The Ivory Elephant of Shahrazad
The Jeweled Necklace of Montezuma
The Missing Eye of David
The Golden Goblet of Atilla the Hun
The Bonnet of Dolley Madison
The Lion-Slashed Jacket Of Sacagawea
The Mummified Hand of the Egyptian King
The Dried Apple Half Of William Tell
The Bent Shaving Pan Of Jedediah Smith
The Enormous Feather Of Me Linh
The Dried Ear Of Corn Of Sojurner Truth
The Bifocal Monocle Of One Eyed Jack
The Melted Hand Of Madame Tussaud
The Lily Crested Crown Of Clovis the First
The Pearl Necklace of Gwalior
The Bullet Riddled Handbag of Bell Boyd

If there's anyone who can upload the Temple Runs, that would be super. :D
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on August 27, 2006, 05:24:53 AM
I never did anything for the Red Sash of Tokugawa Ieyasu

The Red Sash of Tokugawa Ieyasu - Good, just kida production error, like the whole Room of the Secret Password being open, the producers would never keep a door open, you should know that by now. Brandy & Quenton were fast, but I was rooting for Troy & Melody, those are actually like 2 of my favorite names. They would've had it without completely the Monkey & going straight to the Quicksand Bog.

Today was John Henry's Lost Hammer & The Bonnet of Dolly Madison, reviews later.
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Post by: PAK Man on August 27, 2006, 05:36:35 AM
John Henry's Lost Hammer:
-Ugh! Do I really need to say anything about Kim? Let me just say that she belongs on the list of worst players in Legends history. She's only outranked on my list by the Cricket Cage people. Yes, Billy was a little slow at some points, but at least he tried to climb up the Spider's Lair net to the Room of the Golden Idols. You have to give him credit for that.

NOTES:
-This is the episode where the Green Monkeys are disqualified from the moat. If you look closely, you can see the girl was holding on to the board when she should have been paddling.

-Did the Silver Snakes think John Henry was a Yankee Dancer, or did I mishear them? Either way, what they said was definitely not Gandy Dancer.

-FOGG-UP: Kirk calls the Heart Room two different names; The Center of the Room, and The Shrine (?!)

-Notice Billy didn't press the actuator when he headed to the Tomb of the Ancient Kings. He just barged right in!

The Bonnet of Dolley Madison:
-An average episode. Matt was a pretty fast player, and he seemed to make up for his dead end in the Ledges by going pretty quickly through his remaining rooms. Too bad he got taken out in the King's Storeroom. Ashley was average, but her confusion cost the team their victory. At least she reached the artifact, but she tried going up to the King's Storeroom, which slowed her down greatly.

NOTES:
-That was one of the most bizarre Legends in the history of the show. "While Tiffany played airplane with the General's creamed corn?" Give me a break. Reminds me of The Great Linguini offering Catherine de'Medici advice.

-Poor Ashley just had bad luck throughout the episode. First, she gets all the wrong answers in the Steps of Knowledge, (although she redeemed herself in the second Temple Game) and then she got confused in The Dark Forest. I thought she was going to cry! And how about that nasty fall she took as she headed for the Temple?

-Was it me, or did Kirk say Von Boyage in the first Temple Game?

-Did anybody else see Kirk rocking back and forth right before Olmec announced the prizes?

-The King's Storeroom broken pot sound effect doesn't play when he shatters the second pot.

On a personal note, I have this episode recorded from its original broadcast in 1994, complete with the old commercials. Did you know Legends used to lead into Hey Dude?
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on August 27, 2006, 06:47:15 AM
Quote from: ""PAK Man""
John Henry's Lost Hammer:
-Ugh! Do I really need to say anything about Kim? Let me just say that she belongs on the list of worst players in Legends history. She's only outranked on my list by the Cricket Cage people. Yes, Billy was a little slow at some points, but at least he tried to climb up the Spider's Lair net to the Room of the Golden Idols. You have to give him credit for that.

NOTES:
-This is the episode where the Green Monkeys are disqualified from the moat. If you look closely, you can see the girl was holding on to the board when she should have been paddling.

-Did the Silver Snakes think John Henry was a Yankee Dancer, or did I mishear them? Either way, what they said was definitely not Gandy Dancer.

-FOGG-UP: Kirk calls the Heart Room two different names; The Center of the Room, and The Shrine (?!)

-Notice Billy didn't press the actuator when he headed to the Tomb of the Ancient Kings. He just barged right in!

The Bonnet of Dolley Madison:
-An average episode. Matt was a pretty fast player, and he seemed to make up for his dead end in the Ledges by going pretty quickly through his remaining rooms. Too bad he got taken out in the King's Storeroom. Ashley was average, but her confusion cost the team their victory. At least she reached the artifact, but she tried going up to the King's Storeroom, which slowed her down greatly.

NOTES:
-That was one of the most bizarre Legends in the history of the show. "While Tiffany played airplane with the General's creamed corn?" Give me a break. Reminds me of The Great Linguini offering Catherine de'Medici advice.

-Poor Ashley just had bad luck throughout the episode. First, she gets all the wrong answers in the Steps of Knowledge, (although she redeemed herself in the second Temple Game) and then she got confused in The Dark Forest. I thought she was going to cry! And how about that nasty fall she took as she headed for the Temple?

-Was it me, or did Kirk say Von Boyage in the first Temple Game?

-Did anybody else see Kirk rocking back and forth right before Olmec announced the prizes?

-The King's Storeroom broken pot sound effect doesn't play when he shatters the second pot.

On a personal note, I have this episode recorded from its original broadcast in 1994, complete with the old commercials. Did you know Legends used to lead into Hey Dude?



Haha, that & the whole "First Dolly Madison Hoedown", that totally made this episode great. Ashley's fall was nasty. I think that I have this on tape, but from a 97-98 rerun, then, Legends of the Hidden Temple led into GUTS.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: juan833blue on August 27, 2006, 07:12:21 AM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
Quote from: ""PAK Man""
John Henry's Lost Hammer:
-Ugh! Do I really need to say anything about Kim? Let me just say that she belongs on the list of worst players in Legends history. She's only outranked on my list by the Cricket Cage people. Yes, Billy was a little slow at some points, but at least he tried to climb up the Spider's Lair net to the Room of the Golden Idols. You have to give him credit for that.

NOTES:
-This is the episode where the Green Monkeys are disqualified from the moat. If you look closely, you can see the girl was holding on to the board when she should have been paddling.

-Did the Silver Snakes think John Henry was a Yankee Dancer, or did I mishear them? Either way, what they said was definitely not Gandy Dancer.

-FOGG-UP: Kirk calls the Heart Room two different names; The Center of the Room, and The Shrine (?!)

-Notice Billy didn't press the actuator when he headed to the Tomb of the Ancient Kings. He just barged right in!

The Bonnet of Dolley Madison:
-An average episode. Matt was a pretty fast player, and he seemed to make up for his dead end in the Ledges by going pretty quickly through his remaining rooms. Too bad he got taken out in the King's Storeroom. Ashley was average, but her confusion cost the team their victory. At least she reached the artifact, but she tried going up to the King's Storeroom, which slowed her down greatly.

NOTES:
-That was one of the most bizarre Legends in the history of the show. "While Tiffany played airplane with the General's creamed corn?" Give me a break. Reminds me of The Great Linguini offering Catherine de'Medici advice.

-Poor Ashley just had bad luck throughout the episode. First, she gets all the wrong answers in the Steps of Knowledge, (although she redeemed herself in the second Temple Game) and then she got confused in The Dark Forest. I thought she was going to cry! And how about that nasty fall she took as she headed for the Temple?

-Was it me, or did Kirk say Von Boyage in the first Temple Game?

-Did anybody else see Kirk rocking back and forth right before Olmec announced the prizes?

-The King's Storeroom broken pot sound effect doesn't play when he shatters the second pot.

On a personal note, I have this episode recorded from its original broadcast in 1994, complete with the old commercials. Did you know Legends used to lead into Hey Dude?


Haha, that & the whole "First Dolly Madison Hoedown", that totally made this episode great. Ashley's fall was nasty. I think that I have this on tape, but from a 97-98 rerun, then, Legends of the Hidden Temple led into GUTS.
The old commercials(parting gifts) in the Bonnet of Dolley Madison were:
The Return of Jafar videotape
Eastpak Backpacks
a $50 savings bond from Nestle Quik
Hard to believe that more than a decade has passed.
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Post by: sag_2006 on August 27, 2006, 07:12:41 AM
John Henry's Lost Hammer

Yet another example of why you should never send the slow-witted player to the Temple first.  Kim was very slow and clueless, and helplessly knocked on the doors in the Wall Climb instead of actually hitting the actuators.  Finally, she gets taken out in the Throne Room, but by then, it's far too late for Billy to do anything productive.  He actually does make it as far as the Throne Room, but due to Kim's slow-wittedness, time runs out.

The Bonnet of Dolly Madison

Both players were very smart, but one major moment of hesitation cost them victory.  It happens as the second player enters the Forest.  She completely stalls, and can't figure out where to put the key, trying all sorts of odd places.  When she finally discovers what to do, time is running short.  She grabs the bonnet, but that's all she can do before time runs out.  Again, two smart kids who didn't make a whole lot of mistakes.  It was just the Dark Forest hesitation that became their downfall.
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Post by: juan833blue on August 27, 2006, 07:14:09 AM
Quote from: ""PAK Man""
John Henry's Lost Hammer:
-Ugh! Do I really need to say anything about Kim? Let me just say that she belongs on the list of worst players in Legends history. She's only outranked on my list by the Cricket Cage people. Yes, Billy was a little slow at some points, but at least he tried to climb up the Spider's Lair net to the Room of the Golden Idols. You have to give him credit for that.

NOTES:
-This is the episode where the Green Monkeys are disqualified from the moat. If you look closely, you can see the girl was holding on to the board when she should have been paddling.

-Did the Silver Snakes think John Henry was a Yankee Dancer, or did I mishear them? Either way, what they said was definitely not Gandy Dancer.

-FOGG-UP: Kirk calls the Heart Room two different names; The Center of the Room, and The Shrine (?!)

-Notice Billy didn't press the actuator when he headed to the Tomb of the Ancient Kings. He just barged right in!

The Bonnet of Dolley Madison:
-An average episode. Matt was a pretty fast player, and he seemed to make up for his dead end in the Ledges by going pretty quickly through his remaining rooms. Too bad he got taken out in the King's Storeroom. Ashley was average, but her confusion cost the team their victory. At least she reached the artifact, but she tried going up to the King's Storeroom, which slowed her down greatly.

NOTES:
-That was one of the most bizarre Legends in the history of the show. "While Tiffany played airplane with the General's creamed corn?" Give me a break. Reminds me of The Great Linguini offering Catherine de'Medici advice.

-Poor Ashley just had bad luck throughout the episode. First, she gets all the wrong answers in the Steps of Knowledge, (although she redeemed herself in the second Temple Game) and then she got confused in The Dark Forest. I thought she was going to cry! And how about that nasty fall she took as she headed for the Temple?

-If Matt had started in the crypt rather than the Ledges, a successful run and a possible legends record would have been set.

-Was it me, or did Kirk say Von Boyage in the first Temple Game?

-Did anybody else see Kirk rocking back and forth right before Olmec announced the prizes?

-The King's Storeroom broken pot sound effect doesn't play when he shatters the second pot.

On a personal note, I have this episode recorded from its original broadcast in 1994, complete with the old commercials. Did you know Legends used to lead into Hey Dude?
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Post by: Aiselne on August 27, 2006, 10:08:53 AM
She had the right mindset of going up after getting the Bonnet. If She wasn't slowed down by the Dark Forest so much, it would have been a win or a photo-finish loss.
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Post by: juan833blue on August 27, 2006, 10:22:45 AM
This would have been an Icarus or Freydis finish if Ashlie, spelled A-S-H-L-I-E, had not been so confused in the Dark Forest.
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Post by: Olmec on August 27, 2006, 11:37:40 AM
I think it would've been the second closest lost, only behind Icarus. Probably like fully through the crawl tube, then time rus out.

EDIT: I have a different feeling about the whole Green Monkeys DQ'd in John Henry's Lost Hammer: First, the footboard was pulled from her before she got out, so it seems like she was in the water just swimming. & also, the guy put the footboard out first, then got out. Kirk said the Orange Jaguars were gonna be first. >_<

That's how I feel.
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Post by: Headbanger15 on August 27, 2006, 01:44:32 PM
I saw John Henry's lost hammer. Yeah, it was pretty pitiful. HIT THE BUTTON!

The second player did alright. He tried climbing the Spider's Web to the golden Idol room but couldn't make it. That door proabably wouldn't open anyway. It never does.

I think this was one of the very first ep. of Legends because when the second player entered the Tomb he didn't know where the key was. Olmec really should have said "Find the key in the coffin" during the temple summary, or maybe that was just a way to challenge them.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on August 27, 2006, 02:05:36 PM
Well that episode was from Season 1, Layout 2 but yeah it was definately @ the very beginning of the series.
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Post by: Olmec on August 27, 2006, 02:06:25 PM
Well, this was season 1, layout 2. Layout 1 had 2 episodes, Layout 2 had 4, so this was one of the first six epsiodes.
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Post by: Olmec on August 27, 2006, 05:22:24 PM
John Henry's Lost Hammer:


1st Silver Snakes
2nd Orange Iguanas
3rd Red Jaguars
4th Purple Parrots

1st Orange Iguanas
2nd Silver Snakes


The Moat was good, Green Monkeys DQ?d, the ?Orange Jaguars? weren?t first haha. Legend was just about the gandy dancer folk legend John Henry. Orange Iguanas got a sweep, Silver Snakes came in 2nd. 1st Temple Game, they had to crawl through the tubes, kinda lame. Silver Snakes won. 2nd Temple Game was the shaft one, lame Silver Snakes won. 3rd Temple Game, transfer the spikes, lame. Tie. Silver Snakes go to the Temple. Kim spent 30 seconds trying to go to the Heart Room, mehh. Billy was faster.

The Bonnet of Dolley Madison:


1st Orange Iguanas
2nd Green Monkeys
3rd Purple Parrots
4th Red Jaguars

1st Purple Parrots
2nd Orange Iguanas

The Moat was the simpler one, but they didn?t get it haha. Kirk called the Orange Iguanas the Red Jaguars. The Red Jaguars pulled the partner by the foot, good job. Legend was all about Dolley playing airplane with the General?s cream corn XD! Steps of Knowledge, Orange Iguanas get 3 wrong answers, including James Madison being the 2nd president, The Battle Hymn of the Republic being written in the War of 1812, & Dolley organizing the galla event ?The First Electoral Ball? to commemorate James Madison?s presidency. The Purple Parrots were first early on, then the Orange Iguanas pulling a fast one. Kirk called Ashley ?Akila?. If you don?t know, Akila was the girl from the Golden Pepperoni of Catherine de? Medici. Same layout, so probably filmed back to back. First Temple Game, was the boat one. Only remember that in the Milk Bucket of Freydis & the Golden Earring of Henry Morgan. Makes sense, same layout again. Orange Iguanas (Matt beat Dwayne) won. Or ?Orange Monkeys? as Kirk says. Second Temple Game was to jump up & grab the president portrait & put them in chronological order of presidency. Once again, Orange Iguanas (Ashlie beat Jessica) won. Third Temple Game, they had to swing across to transfer the silver between their feet. Orange Iguanas beat Purple Parrots in a score of 2-1. Temple Run: Matt was pretty fast, but got taken out early. Ashlie fell really hard while running up the Temple stairs & she was like crying the rest of the time. She got confused in the Dark Forest from 1:01 to like 0:17. She found the key, but couldn?t find the panel. She even tried the Mine Shaft. She grabbed the Bonnet with 0:16 left, it could?ve been between an Icarus & Johnny Apleseed, but she spent a lot of time hanging on the ladder, trying to use it as leverage to get into the Laser Light Room door, which she was almost in before she tried the ladder. Ugh.
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Post by: juan833blue on August 28, 2006, 04:16:34 AM
8/28/2006:
The Snake Bracelet of Cleopatra (from its original 1993 broadcast)
The Dried Apple Half of William Tell (from its original 1995 broadcast)
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 28, 2006, 05:00:59 AM
Quote from: ""juan833blue""
8/28/2006:
The Snake Bracelet of Cleopatra (from its original 1993 broadcast)
The Dried Apple Half of William Tell (from its original 1995 broadcast)

That means we've logged all 120 episodes in here... right? :P
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Post by: Olmec on August 28, 2006, 05:14:33 AM
Yeah, I was watching in bed, because I was so tired & woke listening to Lauren screaming her head off. Yeah, she's another screamer of season 3 (joining Jennifer, Dana, & Rachel). I'm like "weren't these the episodes I watched before I went to Disney [& started the log]???" Well, congratulations to us, we successfully reviewed all 120 episodes.

LET'S DO IT AGAIN!!!!!
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on August 28, 2006, 05:55:44 AM
6/29/06 to 8/28/06
8/29/06 to 10/28/06
10/29/06 to 12/28/06 and so on :)
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Post by: Olmec on August 28, 2006, 06:18:45 AM
Yaya, I start trying to capture all 120 episodes on Friday. Tape them from September 1st-October 30th.
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Post by: sag_2006 on August 28, 2006, 08:19:10 AM
Snake Bracelet of Cleopatra

Exciting temple run.  The frontrunner moves extremely fast, making it all the way to the Golden Orbs (his fifth room) in a scant 35 seconds.  It is there where he is taken out.  His partner, while not quite as fast, still fared quite well.  She grabs the bracelet with 1:01 to go, and takes a rather strange route out of the temple, but still manages to get out with 20 seconds to spare.

The Dried Apple Half of William Tell

Undoubtedly the toughest Temple layout ever, and the players were nowhere near up to the challenge.  Brett was fast, but unlucky, as the crew decided to force him to detour into the Ledges, where Temple Guard #1 was hiding.  Then, he got stuck in the Pit, and tried opening the Forest-Ancient Warriors passage to no avail.  He gets taken out in the Tomb with 59 seconds left.  His partner is very slow, and only manages to make it out of the Pit, but it matters not, as these two did not have a prayer to begin with.
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Post by: juan833blue on August 28, 2006, 08:27:24 AM
In the Dried Apple Half Episode you made a mistake, it was the King's Storeroom/Room of the Ancient Warriors Passage and also, the dried apple half episode had the same temple games as the mysterious manuscript of Mary Shelley.  These two episodes were taped on the same day.
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Post by: Olmec on August 28, 2006, 09:35:54 AM
Quote from: ""sag_2006""
Snake Bracelet of Cleopatra

Exciting temple run.  The frontrunner moves extremely fast, making it all the way to the Golden Orbs (his fifth room) in a scant 35 seconds.  It is there where he is taken out.  His partner, while not quite as fast, still fared quite well.  She grabs the bracelet with 1:01 to go, and takes a rather strange route out of the temple, but still manages to get out with 20 seconds to spare.

The Dried Apple Half of William Tell

Undoubtedly the toughest Temple layout ever, and the players were nowhere near up to the challenge.  Brett was fast, but unlucky, as the crew decided to force him to detour into the Ledges, where Temple Guard #1 was hiding.  Then, he got stuck in the Pit, and tried opening the Forest-Ancient Warriors passage to no avail.  He gets taken out in the Tomb with 59 seconds left.  His partner is very slow, and only manages to make it out of the Pit, but it matters not, as these two did not have a prayer to begin with.


Her route wasn't strange at all, it was the exact way she got there. There was a production error, because the Treasury of the Golden Orbs-Observatory door was still locked when she was coming out, it should've bene open, so the way she took was the fastest.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on August 28, 2006, 09:56:54 AM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
Yeah, I was watching in bed, because I was so tired & woke listening to Lauren screaming her head off. Yeah, she's another screamer of season 3 (joining Jennifer, Dana, & Rachel). I'm like "weren't these the episodes I watched before I went to Disney [& started the log]???" Well, congratulations to us, we successfully reviewed all 120 episodes.

LET'S DO IT AGAIN!!!!!
Wow, we reviewed all 120 episodes...I'd like to do it again. (Or, I could @ least read the reviews) lol :wink:
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Post by: PAK Man on August 28, 2006, 02:16:44 PM
I hadn't seen The Dried Apple Half episode in ages, but I can still remember Lauren screaming, "RUN! RUN BRETT!" and "BRETT YOU CAN DO IT!!!" My god, I've never heard anybody scream like that! Anyways, it was a tough layout, but regardless of that, the players weren't in the type of shape that they could have really done anything.

The Snake Bracelet of Cleopatra was the first season one episode I saw when I first got Nick GAS back in 2004. The backrunner had kind of an unorthodox way of exiting the Temple, but it still worked out for her. This is definitely one of the better season one episodes, and I for one really enjoyed it.

I can't believe we've reviewed all 120 episodes! Now we can start rating the talents on Figure it Out! :D
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Post by: Olmec on August 28, 2006, 03:08:07 PM
Once again, Tracy's route wasn't unorthodox, there was a production error, causing the Golden Orbs-Observatory door to never open, even after Tracy grabbed the Snake Bracelet. It was the best way she could've done.

The Snake Bracelet of Cleopatra ?

1st Orange Iguanas
2nd Silver Snakes
3rd Green Monkeys
4th Purple Parrots

1st Silver Snakes
2nd Orange Iguanas

The Moat was pretty good, that limited season 1, layout 9 (aka 1.9) ?crawl across the floating tubes?. The Legend was awesome. I love the whole story with Mark Antony & Cleopatra. That & the whole ?Esmeralda! You forgot to close the clasp! Now die for it!? That?s possibly the best line in Legends of the Hidden Temple history, tied with ?While Dolley played airplane with the General?s creamed corn?. So the actual Steps of Knowledge, Purple Parrots had an early lead. Haha ?LMAO? ?Archimedes?? That?s hwat the Green Monkey?s answer for ?Which of these rulers preceded Mark Antony & was also in love with Cleopatra?. The other choices were Hannibal & Julius Caesar. By the way, while Silver Snakes got the final question, Olmec said ?That is correct, sir!? The Purple Parrots lost their domination. Robert & Tracy both seem cool, I remember Robert?s thing about moving. Joshua & Samantha seem alright, I remember Kirk thinking Samantha?s dog has her own roller blades. First Temple Game, (Robert vs. Joshua) was the Cleopatra?s Needle. It was so obvious no one was gonna finish, like most of these kind of season 1 Temple Games. Silver Snakes dropped their needle when they were at the top, but they recovered. Second Temple Game, (Tracy vs. Samantha) they had to slide up the ramps putting 3 blocks to make a pyramid. Samantha had an early lead, but had a really bad transition getting the block on the podium, then Tracy caught up, but Samantha took it back & time ran out. Funny thing was when they slid down, both of their blocks stuck haha. So now it?s ? Pendant each. Third Temple Game, they had to transport gold across the soapy field, because Cleopatra crossed the Mediterranean with a barge full of gifts. It was pretty close, but the final score was 6-4 Silver Snakes. Robert was extremely fast, he should?ve been an all-star. Got taken out in his fifth room after 34 seconds. Tracy was kinda a cheater, trying to lift the bar up & go through to the Treasury of the Golden Orbs, skipping the Room of the Fallen Columns. She got the Snake Bracelet with 1:01 left & she got out with 0:20 left. Production error: the Golden Orbs-Observatory door never opened, even after she grabbed the Snake Bracelet. Kirk waited for the Snake Bracelet to touch him.
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Post by: Olmec on August 28, 2006, 05:55:53 PM
The Dried Apple Half of William Tell ?

1st Red Jaguars
2nd Orange Iguanas
3rd Green Monkeys
4th Silver Snakes

1st Silver Snakes
2nd Green Monkeys

The Moat was the one were they had to crawl on the three inflated floating platforms using the plank, kinda hard, the teams were dropping like flies, besides Red Jaguars & Orange Iguanas, who never fell once. The Legend was one that you like kinda know it happened, but not in like detail. All you know is that some guy named William Tell shot an apple off his son?s head, but we don?t know the whole story. The Legend told it, in a pretty neat fashion. William Tell was a Swiss archer from the 1300?s. Herman Guessler was the governor, & he put a hat on a stick & told people to bow to it. William Tell didn?t want to bow, so he was sent to the kind. His son, Walter Tell, was bragging about his archery skills, how he can shoot an apple off a tree from 100 feet away. So he took 2 arrows from his quiver, & shot the apple off his son?s head from 100 paces, just like Guessler wanted. The second arrow was for Guessler, if William Tell had missed. So Walter kept the apple half & now it?s in the Temple. The Steps of Knowledge, Silver Snakes answered the first question with the answer ?archer? in unison, a la Stone Head of the Evil King. Silver Snakes got 2 in a row, Red Jaguars got 1, Green Monkeys got 1, Silver Snakes got 3, first team. Green Monkeys got 2, Red Jaguars got 2 ?you could hear the girl ?what is?? while the guy says ?governor?, so it was like ?what is the governor?. This isn?t jeopardy girl! Orange Iguanas got 1. Green Monkeys got 3, second team. The first Temple Game, they had to crawl under the tiles & pop up grabbing a colored arrow & apple, matched the colors, pierce the arrow through the apple, & put it in your quiver. First to 3 wins. Lauren (Green Monkeys) got 1, then Desiree (Silver Snakes) got one after her. Lauren got another one, then Desiree got another en seconds later. So they tied, because no one got the final one (there were 5 pairs total). The second Temple Game, they had to spin on the wheel, & each rotation is ?one Austrian expelled? so they have to expel as many Austrians as possible. Because this game is so fast paced & stuff, I don?t want to write like all that stuff, but in one sentence. In the end, with Brett?s huffing & puffing, the score was 16-10, Green Monkeys won. The third Temple Game, they had to throw an inflatable hat up in the air, their partner will slide along the cable, & try to drop it on the pole. They were missing a lot, but eventually, Green Monkeys got 1 with 38 seconds left. They scored again around 25 seconds left, but they couldn?t get the big pole. Final score 2-0, Green Monkeys. In fade to commercial, Kirk said ?the Dried Apple Half of William Mattel, hahaha, that?s a funny. The Temple Run is hard, but horrendous. Brett tries all three books, to go down in the Crypt, to an out of place Temple Guard. You can see shadows in the Crypt, which makes me think production error, especially with the Temple Guard by the Legends entrance. He knocks over the column with his hands & has to climb up to the King?s Storeroom. He finds the key & starts putting it on the stone slab blocking the Room of the Ancient Warriors. He finally gets down into the Chamber of the Sacred Markers with 1:30 left. He puts the markers in their correct spots & goes down into the Tomb of the Headless Kings with 1:00 left & gets taken out with 0:56 left. Lauren walks up the stairs, contemplates about going straight down the slide, but finally does. She sits in the crawl tube & starts climbing from the Pit of the Pendulum to the Observatory with 0:23 left. She can?t climb to save her life. She bangs on the Chamber of the Sacred Markers door like Kim, & crawls (literally) up the stairs & time runs out as she is about to enter the King?s Storeroom.
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Post by: juan833blue on August 29, 2006, 06:18:14 AM
8/29/2006:
The Treasure Map of Jean Laffite
The Upside-Down Compass of Henry Hudson
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Post by: Headbanger15 on August 29, 2006, 07:30:30 AM
Unfortunately, both sucked. I got to check the Treasure map episode because they said there was a sound glitch in the Steps of Knowledge.
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Post by: sag_2006 on August 29, 2006, 09:16:14 AM
The Treasure Map of Jean Laffite

The Barracudas got to the temple on account of the Jaguars incorrect answer in the tiebreaker.  (Season 1 rules state that if the team that buzzes in answers incorrectly, the opposition gets the automatic right).  Both players took different routes, a very risky move considering they had less than the full 2 pendant maximum.  Time runs out as the second player enters the Shrine

The Upside-Down Compass of Henry Hudson

Purple Parrot domination, up until the Run, which forced the Parrots to enter a typical difficult design.  Also, the second player actually drops the middle piece of the monkey just before time runs out.  The Parrots were a good team, they just encountered some bad luck.
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Post by: juan833blue on August 30, 2006, 05:31:40 AM
8/30/2006
The Mask of the Man in the Iron Mask
Galileo's Cannonball
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Post by: Olmec on August 30, 2006, 06:53:46 AM
(sorry I didn't get to be on yesterday, 16 straight hours of Spyware is tough)

The Treasure Map of Jean Laffite - Pretty average, Blue Barracudas got to the Temple on a lucky break (Red Jaguars answered like windless, when the answer was cutless). The Temple Run was one of the more interesting season 1 non-victories, because Terry Kay & Aaron both took opposite paths (which eventually merged in the Heart Room), which was very risky, because they only had 1.5 Pendants. Oh well, they didn't make it.

The Upside-Down Compass of Henry Hudson - Sweetness, Purple Parrots pwnage until the Temple Run, reminded me a lot of the Leopard-Skin Cloak of Annie Oakley. The Temple Run was hard, but last second, the guy dropped the piece of the monkey over the edge, almost like he threw it down into the Dark Forest, because it was hitting the branches.
Title: Galileo's Cannonball
Post by: Kamehameha on August 30, 2006, 08:29:53 AM
YAHOO!  Galileo's Cannonball is on today!  I had never seen it before and it was amazingly, spectaucularly, wonderfully, awesomely awesome.  In my opinion, the only episode that surpasses it is Lawrence of Arabia's Headdress (I'm a 1-second win person).  The other episode was the Mask of the Man in the Iron Mask, or as Olmec peculiarly calls it, "The Iron Mask of the Man in the Iron Mask".  I had never seen that one, either.  Galileo's Cannonball sure makes up for the abysmal Upside-down Compass of Henry Hudson.   P.S.  Who is Benzibab?
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Post by: sag_2006 on August 30, 2006, 08:45:34 AM
The Mask of the Man in the Iron Mask

This run had potential, but one dead end spelled disaster.  Both runners were pretty smart, but the frontrunner was forced into the dead-end Medusa's Lair.  She gets taken out in the Swamp.  The second runner does a sweet headfirst slide to avoid any Temple Spirit that might be hiding.  A nice move that no other player ever attempted.  Time runs out just as he completes the Shrine objective.  In short, had it not been for the Lair being a dead end, this would've been a successful run.

Galileo's Cannonball

A classic last-second victory.  Both players were fast, and the frontrunner made an excellent path, before being taken out in the Shrine.  Jon is equally fast, and manages to get the Cannonball (despite having to take the ever so slow Mine Shaft elevator) with 44 seconds remaining.  He makes the rather smart choice of taking the top route out of the Temple, but just as he enters the Cave, he drops the artifact!  Fortunately, he quickly recovers it, and races to the finish line to record the buzzer beater.  In an ironic twist, the team also earned a telescope, in addition to their Bahamas trip.  Also, watch Kirk's priceless reaction when Olmec launches into the part where Galileo allegedly invented pepperoni pizza.
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Post by: Olmec on August 30, 2006, 10:42:31 AM
Quote from: ""sag_2006""
The Mask of the Man in the Iron Mask

This run had potential, but one dead end spelled disaster.  Both runners were pretty smart, but the frontrunner was forced into the dead-end Medusa's Lair.  She gets taken out in the Swamp.  The second runner does a sweet headfirst slide to avoid any Temple Spirit that might be hiding.  A nice move that no other player ever attempted.  Time runs out just as he completes the Shrine objective.  In short, had it not been for the Lair being a dead end, this would've been a successful run.

Galileo's Cannonball

A classic last-second victory.  Both players were fast, and the frontrunner made an excellent path, before being taken out in the Shrine.  Jon is equally fast, and manages to get the Cannonball (despite having to take the ever so slow Mine Shaft elevator) with 44 seconds remaining.  He makes the rather smart choice of taking the top route out of the Temple, but just as he enters the Cave, he drops the artifact!  Fortunately, he quickly recovers it, and races to the finish line to record the buzzer beater.  In an ironic twist, the team also earned a telescope, in addition to their Bahamas trip.  Also, watch Kirk's priceless reaction when Olmec launches into the part where Galileo allegedly invented pepperoni pizza.


Haha, I was thinking the exact same thing.
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Post by: Olmec on August 30, 2006, 02:14:35 PM
The [Iron] Mask of the Man in the Iron Mask ?

1st Blue Barracudas
2nd Green Monkeys (Kirk said Green Parrots- Monkeys as they banged in)
3rd Orange Iguanas
4th Red Jaguars

1st Green Monkeys
2nd Blue Barracudas


Pretty good, I think. The Moat was one of 3 ?ancient Babylonian rings? one, this being the one where you had to swing across them by yourselves (the other 2 variants being swing with your partner, but only 3 tires compared to the usual 8 or so, or crawl through the tires, only used in 2.4 (season 2, layout 4). Anyways, the Legend was really good, I liked it a lot. The Steps of Knowledge were kinda average, one of the times in a French-themed episode where Kirk was all ?nice pronunciation?. He said that also in either the Two-Cornered Hat of Napoleon (2.3), or the Golden Pepperoni of Katherine de? Medici (2.5). Oh well, the first Temple Game was the one where you used the ropes to climb up to the top & grab a mask & fall down with it. The Green Monkeys missed the bucket twice, so the final score was 3-0, Blue Barracudas. The second Temple Game, now I might be wrong, but I think this was the least used Temple Game of the series, with only 2 appearances (the other being the Missing Weather Maps of Charles Lindbergh (2.5), which is weird, because those are 2 different layouts. They had to swing from board to board & collect an item, this time keys, which brought one of the worst Kirk quotes ever ?The key to the game is? the key.? The Blue Barracudas got 6 keys first, so they won again. Now, this team looks pretty good. The third & final Temple Game was to shoot markers (balls) at your teammate, who will climb a rock type wall & place the markers in 4 spots (in this case, steps of escape the Bastille, which were to find key to cell, climb over wall, swim across moat, & freedom. The Blue Barracudas never missed, so they won with about 25 seconds left. Amazing, 2 Pendants, good job guys! Now, Danielle goes in first, she stays on the bottom, & goes up into Medusa?s Lair when she gets a double whammy: Temple Guard & dead end! So she goes down & into the Swamp, where she is taken out. Then Justin goes in, stays on the bottom, then to avoid a Temple Guard in the Dark Forest, he dives across the bottom floor, only knocking down about 2 stones in the rock wall, but the wall manages to stay up, since he slide through the bottom corner. Then he uses the ladder & goes into the Shrine of the Silver Monkey. Time runs out just as he enters the King?s Storeroom. Without the detour in Medusa?s Lair, victory no doubt, unless there was a Temple Guard in the King?s Storeroom, then it would?ve been close. Tough luck. Note: I have this (pretty sure) on tape from a 97-98 rerun.

Galileo?s Cannonball ?

1st Silver Snakes
2nd Green Monkeys
3rd Orange Iguanas
4th Blue Barracudas

1st Silver Snakes (SWEEP)
2nd Green Monkeys

Wowo, this was amazing. The Moat was good, classic, but still good. The Legend was hilarious, with the whole inventing pizza, I still laugh at that. The Steps of Knowledge, Silver Snakes get a sweep, Blue Barracudas had a kinda funny answer (?Gravity is studied in what subject: Physics-? & the Blue Barracuda boy answers ?science?. I love how the choices for what makes objects fall & attract to each other were friction, gravity, & dropsy, dropsy?s cool, haha). Anyway, Green Monkeys come 2nd. The first Temple Game was to climb the shaft & throw cannonballs out. It was Jon vs. Kevin, Jon (Silver Snakes) won. The second Temple Game was to climb up the soapy ramp attached to a bungee cord & stick little balls on a circle. Jennifer vs. Beth, Beth wins 1-0. Jennifer threw hers, but it went through the hole, when it was supposed to stick to the donut thing. Third Temple Game, assemble the two 3-piece telescopes, by jumping up & down on the pulleys. Silver Snakes won. Now, the Temple Run has a lot of things. First, the first prize was a telescope, how ironic. Jennifer goes first, Temple Guard in the Throne Room, she almost follows him into his backstage door. Then she gets taken out in the Shrine of the Silver Monkey. Jon goes in, follows her path, takes a long look at the Treasure of Anne Bonny, weird stuff. He assembles ?the monkeys? as Kirk says, then goes into the ?Room of the Three Four Torches? as Kirk says. He takes the slow elevator & grabs the Cannonball with 0:44 left (the all doors opening effect doesn?t sound). He goes up the ladder into the Shrine of the Silver Monkey (apparently, the Tomb of the Ancient Kings (or Sarcophagus Room as Kirk says) door to the Shrine of the Silver Monkey was locked). He goes drops the Cannonball in the Cave of Size with 6 seconds left, grabs it, turns around, & runs through the gates with 1 second left, where he throws the Cannonball out of camera sight & Kirk gets it for them. Awesome.
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Post by: juan833blue on August 31, 2006, 05:09:18 AM
8/31/2006
The Mysterious Manuscript of Mary Shelley
The Silver Horseshoe of Butch Cassidy
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Post by: nicklegends on August 31, 2006, 06:34:48 AM
Would it be possible for somebody to send me or post the entire schedule of Legends episodes (since it is consistent)? I'd love to get that on my site!
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Post by: sag_2006 on August 31, 2006, 08:26:42 AM
The Mysterious Manuscript of Mary Shelley

While not the fastest kids in the world, the Barracudas here had a pretty good map of the Temple, and even made it to the Shrine, one room away from the artifact.  Unfortunately (or rather humorously, depending on how you see it), Larry had serious difficulty putting the monkey together.  It turned into Frakenstein's Monkey! :P  Time runs out because of this.  NOTE: In an unique twist, Kirk lets the frontrunner do his usual closing spiel.

The Silver Horseshoe of Butch Cassidy

One of the best solo runs of all-time.  What makes this run even more impressive is that the team came in with only 1 pendant.  In fact, Kirk dubs this team "The Comeback Kids".  They were behind most of the episode, but managed to come back every time and earn their vacation.  Paula was quick and smart, and encountered her only Temple Guard (Spirit) in the Dark Forest.  She grabs the horseshoe with 1:25 remaining, and then races for her life like there were only 10 seconds to spare.  She makes it through the gates with a healthy 53 seconds still on the clock.
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Post by: Olmec on August 31, 2006, 10:35:00 AM
Quote from: ""nicklegends""
Would it be possible for somebody to send me or post the entire schedule of Legends episodes (since it is consistent)? I'd love to get that on my site!


Well, I have my episode log since February 1, 2006.
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on August 31, 2006, 10:42:41 AM
the silver horse shoe: paula and matt got really lucky. in the final temple game paula hit the ground but pulled herself up one more spin and this teams hope of making it to the temple would have been destroyed. also at the temple, paula's original plan was the simple straight line thoery (which usually leads to disaster) but fortunattly (luckly) the door to the kings stooroom did not open so she headed down into the throne room and followed the bottom path. a stratagy which worked. this team truly was the lucky comebackers
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Post by: Headbanger15 on August 31, 2006, 10:59:58 AM
Mysterious Manuscript: The legend was pretty spooky even if it seemed unrealistic. The Temple Run wasn't that good, but it was famous for it's finale: The monkey got all disasembled, the belly was upside down and it was pretty much the end of that temple run.

Silver Horseshoe: The Orange Iquanas, also known as the Comeback Kids came back in that last Temple Game and won the Tie breaker. The solo run through was pretty awesome even though Paula tried to go to the King's Storeroom vie the Heart Room, but that door didn't open. She got caught by a Temple Spirit, but still got to the artifact and BLAZED out of the Temple. YAY.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on August 31, 2006, 11:24:57 AM
I dunno if i'm the only one, but I hate the Silver Horseshoe episode. The temple was too easy and the Purple Parrots lost in the tie breaker.... Yeah... :roll:
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on August 31, 2006, 02:27:49 PM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
I dunno if i'm the only one, but I hate the Silver Horseshoe episode. The temple was too easy and the Purple Parrots lost in the tie breaker.... Yeah... :roll:
the orange iguanas weren't the smartest or strongest but the were the luckiest
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Post by: tss1011 on August 31, 2006, 03:38:09 PM
The Mysterious Manuscript: Pretty decent legend despite one of the worst puns ever uttered on the show ("be where").  Not much to say about the games, except the Blue Barracudas dominated, and the third game featured a big-time dud of a "joke" by Kirk, "Ring around the monster!"  Since Blue did so well in the games, I was expecting them to do better than they did.  For all her enthusiasm, Katie was kind of a flake (notice how Kirk had to prompt her to say, "I am!").  And we all know about Larry's troubles with the monkey...

Haven't seen the Silver Horseshoe.
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Post by: Olmec on August 31, 2006, 06:09:14 PM
The Mysterious Manuscript of Mary Shelley ?

1st Red Jaguars
2nd Blue Barracudas
3rd Green Monkeys
4th Silver Snakes

1st Blue Barracudas (SWEEP)
2nd Silver Snakes

The Moat was good, Orange Iguanas & Purple Parrots were doomed once they fell. The Legend was kinda funny ?be where?? The Steps of Knowledge, gotta love Kate. Gotta love Clyde, too bad their on separate teams. The First Temple Game, they had to crawl under the little pop up things & grab chapters of books. They tied, but Kate was further along, but it?s not season 1, so screw that, Ashlee & Kate tied. Second Temple Game, spin in the wheel. 13-12, Larry beat Clyde, so now it?s 1 Pendant Blue Barracudas & ? Pendant Silver Snakes. Third Temple Game, ?Ring Around the Monster? gotta love Kirk for that. Blue Barracudas won, so Kate & Larry in the Temple Run. In the Temple, Kate was going first, I love her enthusiasm. She went into the Crypt then into the Pit of the Pendulum, dang it, she almost was able to swing back. So she has to climb up the wall & goes into the Chamber of the Sacred Markers, Temple Guard in the scary spot. It?s so funny, she?s like shrugging her shoulders at the Temple Guard, then you see him point to where he came out, then go in his hiding door. She goes up into the King?s Storeroom & heads into the Room of the Ancient Warriors, & sadly gets taken out with 1:12, as she put the middle piece on first, but upside down. Larry was pretty slow, he was walking through a lot of parts. He skips through the Room of the Ancient Warriors, & has 30 seconds to make a Frankenstein, literally. Base was still off, middle was upside down, head was sideways. Wowo.

The Silver Horseshoe of Butch Cassidy ?

1st Red Jaguars
2nd Purple Parrots
3rd Green Monkeys
4th Orange Iguanas

1st Orange Iguanas (SWEEP)
2nd Purple Parrots

The Moat was good, Paula sucked, making it across when second Purple Parrot player was a little behind her. She got across, Matt used his arms across the whole thing, narrowly beating the Blue Barracudas. The Legend was pretty good, Matt swup the Steps of Knowledge for the Orange Iguanas. This was one of the few season 2 episodes where Kirk had talking interviews with the kids. The first Temple Game, Paula vs. Terry, crawl out & grab the bags & go back without hitting the swinging obstacles. Though one of Terry?s bags was knocked off by the obstacle, he still won. The Second Temple Game, Matt vs. Wendy, they had to collect the gold on the see-saw harness thing. Wendy won. The Third Temple Game, they had to hang onto the horse. Terry fell off, but Wendy, Matt, & Paula stayed on, forcing a tiebreaker. Matt answered ?The Pony Express? & won for the Orange Iguanas. This was one of the first episodes, if not the first. Kirk, instead of saying the teams who made it across the Moat in backwards order (like Silver-Purple-Orange-Green-Blue-Red) said it in reverse order that they made it, so he said Orange-Green-Purple-Red. Wow, these were the comeback kids. Paula went first. Stayed on the bottom (though the camera was in the Crypt in the beginning, it switched back to where Paula was, the Ledges) went into the Heart Room, down into the Throne Room, only season 2 player to do that, then stayed on the bottom more. Temple Guard in the Dark Forest, but we kept looking at the rather gold tree, that didn?t have a Temple Sprit. Paula grabbed the Silver Horseshoe with 1:25 left & raced across the top (haha, when all doors are open, apparently, the King?s Storeroom Temple Guard hiding spot was too!), went through the Ledges, & won with 0:53 left. Amazing. Side Notes: Paula?s rooms were all ?press the actuator? & Kirk called the Mine Shaft ?the Well?.
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Post by: juan833blue on September 01, 2006, 04:38:16 AM
9/1/2006
The Golden Pepperoni of Catherine De' Medici
The Oracle Bowl of Delphi
(Both bad Purple Parrot Temple Runs)
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Post by: Headbanger15 on September 01, 2006, 04:48:56 AM
A lot of people love the Purple Parrots but these runs have to be their worst ever. And what's even more weird is that both runs ended in the same upper-left room thing.

I refused to watch the Golden Pepperoni and I ain't watching the Oracle Bowl either
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 01, 2006, 07:11:01 AM
GOLDEN PEPPERONI!!!! <333333333333333333


I LOVE that episode! I personally think the temple run is very exciting because it comes down to the last second and she passes it up! Her partner's reaction is priceless. :lol:

As for the Oracle Bowl.... well, Jackie was one of the most clueless contestants ever. Pathetic really. :?
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Post by: sag_2006 on September 01, 2006, 08:46:30 AM
The Golden Pepperoni of Catherine De' Medici

GET THE PEPPERONI!  That's all that needs to be said about this one.

The Oracle Bowl of Delphi

Shane speeds through his part of the Temple, but sadly, gets taken out in the Swamp, setting the stage for one of the dumbest players in the show's history.  She obviously wasn't paying attention, and helplessly tried every door she could find.  She finally makes it to the Cove, where she wastes the final 30 seconds learning the room's objective.  Consequently, time runs out, but it can't have come soon enough.  Had Shane not been partnered up with an idiotic backrunner, they might've at least gotten to the artifact.
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Post by: juan833blue on September 01, 2006, 09:21:42 AM
During Season 1, Eusinia and Jacqueline had two things in common:
First, they were both on the Purple Parrots;
and Second, these were two of the most dimwitted contestants during season one in legends.
At least Eusinia during the King Tut episode went first, allowing her partner to reach the cobra staff, but Jacqueline was so dumb, she should not have been with the Parrots during the Delphi episode.  Chances were if Jacqueline went first, she would have gone up to the Gargoyles, where the first temple guard was and she would have been removed in the swamp, but Shane would have moved much faster and he could've been the one to bring the bowl out of the temple.  TOO BAD!!!
Also: when Olmec tells where the Golden Pepperoni is, we see the Missing Weathermaps of Charles Lindbergh in the Dark Forest, which meant that the pepperoni episode was taped the same day as the Missing Weathermaps and also, Olmec tells that the Pepperoni was in the "Secret Password Room" instead of the Room of the Secret Password.  Akila should have been on the Legends hall of shame for passing up the pepperoni in the last four seconds of the run.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on September 01, 2006, 10:22:22 AM
Okay since i've been offline for a few days, this means now I'm in another house right now, and they have nick Gas too! :D So I'm gonna be doing my first ever reviews. :wink:

Gloden Pepperoni Of Catherine de Medici
moat crossing was pretty good, they had to stand on these tubes and climb on this poll. Green Monkeys were first, Purple Parrots were 2nd, Orange Iguanas were 3rd, and silver finished 4th. Steps Of knowledge was almost a sweep, both teams were enthisiastic and kind of smart. green finished 1st, and purple finished 2nd. Temple Games: Green vs. Purple. The first game is when they have to crawl through to retrieve the thingys (forgot what it was called) but they had to avoid the swinging boulders. Both teams get the 1/2 pendant 2 the end. 2nd game they had to climb up a boulder and pick up those grey pieces on top. Purple scrambled quite a bit and green ended up getting the 1/2 pendant. Temple game 3 they had to climb through this rope to see if they coild find crowns for these heads. both were doing a pretty good job but purple finished 1st so they got to the temple! Temple run: pitiful if you ask me. Chris jeads straight for the Crypt where hes caught be a temple guard immediately. the swings across the pit trying to open the 2 doors on top, but falls to the bottom where he signals Akila the 1/2 pendant. right after that hes taken out and Akila takes over. She moves pretty slowly and goes pass the 1/2 pendant. (eventually goes back for it). Once she makes it to the Shrine Of the silver monkey she puts the monkey together and then goes into the secret password room where instead of getting the artifact, she goes up to the mine shaft instead. when time runs out Chris falls to his knees.

I'll put up my review for "Oracle Bowl Of Delphi" later. I know, ^ that was a bad review.
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Post by: juan833blue on September 02, 2006, 04:38:53 AM
9/2/2006
The Marble Armrest of Xerxes
The Bone Necklace of the Blackfeet Chief
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Post by: juan833blue on September 02, 2006, 04:39:39 AM
9/2/2006
The Marble Armrest of Xerxes (Green Monkeys)
The Bone Necklace of the Blackfeet Chief (Purple Parrots, your favorite team)
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Post by: sag_2006 on September 02, 2006, 04:39:50 AM
The Marble Armrest of Xerxes

The dreaded "artifact in the center of the temple" trick is pulled yet again.  The frontrunner runs into trouble in the Pit of the Pendulum, as she manages to miss the pendulum, and tried climbing back up the wall before realizing she could just push the thing with her hands (one of the few players to do so.  Even without that problem, however, it was nigh impossible for this run to be successful.

The Bone Necklace of the Blackfeet Chief

Not much to say about this one.  The team delayed going through the Temple, but still managed to grab the necklace.  Had it not been for their delays, this would've been a close finish.
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Post by: tss1011 on September 02, 2006, 04:52:44 AM
The Marble Armrest of Xerxes

A less-than-competent team, as demonstrated by their inability to swing out to the column or climb the Pharaoh's Secret Passage, coupled with a really hard layout that would have killed their chances of victory anyway.  I'm not a big Purple Parrots fan, but it's too bad they didn't win the tie-breaker.  We will never know if Zac's younger brother would have been equally spectacular in the temple.

This episode provides the only known clue as to how the artifacts end up in certain rooms once they reach the temple.  After the legend, Kirk asks Olmec, "Where did you put the Marble Armrest?", implying that Olmec himself moves them there.  Of course, Kirk never knows what he's talking about, and this is probably just a Fogg-up...or did he stumble upon a window into the inner workings of the temple?   :wink:
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 02, 2006, 05:18:20 AM
I'm home this weekend so that means more episode summaries from me! I know you're all so excited! :P

Temple run:
It's a solid Purple Parrots run. Leah goes in first. She slowly crawls through the Ledges and makes her way through the Pit and into the Throne Room. Then, before she even enters the Swamp, a temple gaurd jumps up and grabs her pendant. She hesitates before trying the Dark Forest door. She decides to try going up into the King's Storeroom. Of course the door doesn't open. In the Dark Forest, she's a little more hesitant. The second tree she tries takes her out. Even with Leah's hesitation, things were looking good for Brandon. He had a good amount of time and he seemed to be moving fast. However, by the time he got to the Dark Forest, it seemed like an eternity. He moved at a good pace but he really didn't make up any time. He gets a key from the tree and goes upto the Shrine of the Silver Monkey. He didn't have any problem assembling hte statue and he raced into the King's Storeroom to grab the Bone Necklace! He starts going upto the Observatory but changes his mind and heads for Medusa's Lair, then goes down to the Throne Room wheretime runs out. If it wasn't for hestations on both of the players' parts, this would have been a win. Can't blame Leah for trying to go up from the Swamp. Good effort.

NOTE: This is an early season 2 episode because had they gone into Medusa's Lair, they would have had to put 4 snakes in the bust. Also, this is the only time the Purple Parrots have beaten the Red Jaguars in the temple games. There was no audience, which is strange for a season 2 temple run.

According to our episode log, today's episodes should have been The Silver Cannonball of Grandy Nanny & The Missing Portrait of Hans Holbein.  The Marble Armrest and the Bone Necklace should have been in a few days. Looks like Nick GaS changed it up on us. :P
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Post by: nicklegends on September 02, 2006, 07:07:46 AM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
NOTE: Is it just me, or is the Marble Armrest also one of the hardest layouts the show had ever had? I mean, the team would have had to go around the bend of the temple and they would have had to enter a minimum of 9 (count'em, NINE!) rooms! This team in particular would have had to do 10 because of the Crypt detour. Chances are that since the second player didn't find the hidden half pendant in the dark Jester's Court, they would've been caught by the third temple gaurd anyway.

By my count, it's only seven. Levi could have chosen to go up from the Dark Forest to the Shrine as the door opened (at least, that's what my summary said), so that would remove two rooms from the minimum. Nonetheless, a center-of-the-temple artifact-hiding makes any temple difficult. Perhaps they slicked down the slide intentionally so the players couldn't ascend it and would have to find a different path?
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 02, 2006, 07:38:20 AM
Quote from: ""nicklegends""
By my count, it's only seven. Levi could have chosen to go up from the Dark Forest to the Shrine as the door opened (at least, that's what my summary said), so that would remove two rooms from the minimum. Nonetheless, a center-of-the-temple artifact-hiding makes any temple difficult. Perhaps they slicked down the slide intentionally so the players couldn't ascend it and would have to find a different path?


But the Forest door opening had to be a production error. They never found a key in the Dark Forest. Besides, i don't think that the Shrine cabinet-like door at the top was opened.

and Levi was the Purple Parrot that lost the tie breaker. Pat was the Green Monkey that made it to the temple. :P
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Post by: nicklegends on September 02, 2006, 07:45:55 AM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
Quote from: ""nicklegends""
By my count, it's only seven. Levi could have chosen to go up from the Dark Forest to the Shrine as the door opened (at least, that's what my summary said), so that would remove two rooms from the minimum. Nonetheless, a center-of-the-temple artifact-hiding makes any temple difficult. Perhaps they slicked down the slide intentionally so the players couldn't ascend it and would have to find a different path?

But the Forest door opening had to be a production error. They never found a key in the Dark Forest. Besides, i don't think that the Shrine cabinet-like door at the top was opened.

and Levi was the Purple Parrot that lost the tie breaker. Pat was the Green Monkey that made it to the temple. :P

Whoops! That's who I meant, I guess, but the name Levi was stuck in my mind. :lol:
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Post by: juan833blue on September 02, 2006, 09:24:27 AM
In the marble armrest episode, it appeared that the forest/shrine door had opened, but if Noelle had reached into the tree in the Dark Forest and found the key, the door would have opened to the shrine and the Temple Guard in the Quicksand Bog would have been eliminated.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 02, 2006, 09:49:52 AM
But she did reach into the tree.... BOTH trees.

No one seems to be seeing what i'm sayin here. The Forest door was somehow opened by itself.
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Post by: Olmec on September 02, 2006, 10:13:32 AM
I get what you're saying. I didn't see it today, so I can't judge. Haha, Levi is Zac's little bro.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on September 02, 2006, 10:32:35 AM
Okay my reviews for today:

Marble Armrest Of Xerxes:
Moat was when both players had to climb on this rope to get across. Orange is first, purple is second, green is 3rd, and red is 4th. Steps of Knowledge purple parrots sweep through it and are the 1st done. Temple Games green vs. purple. In the 1st temple game, it was like another moat crossing IMO, they had to get across and that was about it. noelle from the green monkeys was one step further so she won. In the 2nd temple game the kids had to throw balls in the opponet's hole. Purple was blazing but green seemed to have trouble, (@ one point it looked lik he was gonna give up). Sooooo, purple gets the half pendant. the 3rd game was when they were on opposite sides and they had to throw these balls in order for their partner to catch it. Both teams had kind of a hard time andonly managed to get 2. So its a tie, with green and purple having 1.5 pendants. Noelle ends up getting the tie breaker qestion right so they go off to the temple! Temple run: yet another "center of the room" episode. noelle had to be forced into the ledges from the Crypt. she spends a long time in the Pit but eventually knocks the column down with her hands. In the Tomb Of the Headless kings a temple guard takes her pendant and she then heads off to the Jestors Court, where she signals the half pendant. In the Dark forest she busts through the wall where in the quicksand bog, she is taken out. Pat goes in and follows her path, but could only make it to up the slide in the quicksand bog where time runs out. Note: Zac turney's younger bro was the purple parrot in the temple games. Too bad he didn't win...

The Bone Necklace of the Blackfeet Cheif
moat was where you had to build a bridge and get across. Green was first, blue was second, red was 3rd, and purple was 4th. Steps Of Knowledge purple is first and red is 2nd. Temple Games: red vs. purple in the first game they had to climb up this boulder and put these gray squares 2 the top. (i think thats it) It's neck and neck but purple finishes first and gets the half pendant. 2nd temple game they had to row a boat to make it to the booey (sp?) Brandon of the purple parrots ends up winning. Temple Game 3 was when they had to climb up and place these balls on these green circles. both teams got the full pendant but Red had 1 pendant and Purple had 2 so they go to the temple! Temple Run: Leah goes in first and heads to the ledges. she continues to the bottom floor, but is taken out in the Dark forest. Brandon goes in and follows her path. Once in the Dark Forest he finds to key to go to the Shrine Of The Silver Monkey, assembles the statue and makes it to the kings storeroom, where he grabs the bone necklace. He exits through Medusa's Lair and then to the Throne Room where time runs out. If he had just kept going stright, it would have been a win.
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on September 02, 2006, 10:38:17 AM
Quote from: ""juan833blue""
In the marble armrest episode, it appeared that the forest/shrine door had opened, but if Noelle had reached into the tree in the Dark Forest and found the key, the door would have opened to the shrine and the Temple Guard in the Quicksand Bog would have been eliminated.



okay here is what happened in the dark forest noelle does not find the key (that doesn't mean it was not in one of the trees) she busts through the wall and gets captured. pat enters makes it to the dark forest the door clearly is not open. but he pulls it open with his hands (something no other contestant tried) obviosly the door to the shrine was not open so he enters the bogg tries to climb the slide and fails. the end
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on September 02, 2006, 11:21:22 AM
I might as well put my review for "Oracle Bowl Of Delphi" up since I haven't already done so:
Moat: It seemed like everyone was going @ the same time, but purple was first, orange was 2nd, green was 3rd and silver was 4th. Steps Of Knowledge Purple was first to finish, green and orange got 1 right each, and silver was 2nd done. Temple Games: purple vs. silver. The 1st temple game was where they had to push these rocks up to clog the leak while they are facing the back. Shane of the Purple Parrots finished very quickly and got the 1/2 pendant. When the game was finished, Kirk interviewed Shane asking how he did that so fast. 2nd Temple game: teams had to place these rubies on these walls. Silver scrambled a lot and purple won the game getting another 1/2 pendant. 3rd temple game was where they had to put these rings on the boulders. both teams got 5 2 the end and the silver snakes had 1 pendant, but purple parrots had 2 pendants so they went to the temple! Temple run: Pitiful. Shane races up to the gargoyle room where a temple guard captures him when he's in the crawl tube heading towards the troubled bridge. The room to the Obsevatory was locked so he retreated back to the cave, where he progressed very fast until he gets taken out in the swamp with 2:04 remaining. Jackie was very slow and took forever trying to find her way out of the pit. Once she make it to the Tomb Of The Ancient kings, she finds the key to the Shrine but busts through the wall instead. (She didn't push fast enough on it 2 1st). Once she gets to the Pirates Cove, she spends the last 40 seconds trying to figure out what to do...and when she does time runs out. This episode is a perfect example of a tactical genius being paired up with a slow witted player.
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Post by: juan833blue on September 02, 2006, 02:59:55 PM
You know what happens when a speedster is forced to meet with an absolute dimwitted slowpoke in a temple run, Disaster!!!!  The Purple Parrots in the Marble Armrest Episode should have been the team that went into the temple and as for the Oracle Bowl Episode, Jacqueline was a magazine reader, apparently, she spent way too much time reading magazines and not enough time studying the temple and furthermore, she did not make any shortcuts to the artifact.  In season one, I think that Jacqueline of the Purple Parrots (Oracle Bowl), and Kim of the Silver Snakes (John Henry's Lost Hammer) should have gone into the Hall of Shame for their absolute dimwittedness in the temple.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on September 02, 2006, 03:38:42 PM
Yeah, I kinda think purple should have won in the Marble Armrest episode, but they probably wouldn't have won, as that was a difficult layout. As for Jackie, lol who knows maybe she was too wrapped up with reading teen magazines she barely paid attention to the temple layout!
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Post by: juan833blue on September 02, 2006, 05:07:49 PM
Happy Labor Day weekend and keep up the good work!
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 02, 2006, 06:28:15 PM
I think Jackie was better than Kim. At least Jackie moved at a decent pace (once she was out of the Ledges that is). Kim was just atrocious.... didn't know how to open the push-button doors....wow...
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Post by: kamehemeha on September 03, 2006, 01:36:14 AM
Kim was from John Henry's Lost Hammer.  At least she wasn't obsessed wih teen magazines.  And I have one burning question: Can anyone tell me who BENZIBAB was?[/i]
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 03, 2006, 04:18:04 AM
I wouldn't say Jackie was obsessed with teen magazines just because she talked about liking them in her interview.... we don't even know her personally.

Anyways, if you're seriously asking who Benzibab was....Well, according to Legends, he was some chick's bodygaurd who was gonna asassinate her and then they deciphered a code leading them to find out Benzibab's plan. They identified him by his ruby earring and then he was jailed. The end.
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Post by: juan833blue on September 03, 2006, 04:39:03 AM
9/3/2006
The Keys to the Alhambra (Red Jaguars)
Pecos Bill's Lost Lariat (Green Monkeys)
Side Note: Benzibab was the Bodyguard to the Queen of Sheba whose name was Belkis.
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Post by: tss1011 on September 03, 2006, 04:52:37 AM
Ah yes, two episodes I saw when I was a lad but haven't since.  Pecos Bill's Lost Lariat was the very first episode I saw.  I hardly remember anything, except getting pissed off at the temple runners from both episodes.

Not surprisingly, my Google search for "Benzibab" yields no results except the episode title.  Yet another thing to "unlearn" from watching Legends, along with The Great Linguini being the most influential figure of the Italian Renaissance.
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Post by: Headbanger15 on September 03, 2006, 06:45:41 AM
I saw the Lost Lariat. What was frustrating about it was that the bar from the Observatory to the Treasure Room didn't open until the girl went down into the Heart Room. A bit unfair.

And then the second player made it to the lariot, and was about to go up into the Shrine, but then Kirk told him to follow the bottom path through the Holes of Python. The bottom level of the Temple in Layouts 8 and 9 was the hardest I've ever seen. You have to go through the Python Holes and climb a 4 foot ledge, then the bottom door from the Wheel Room to the Cave of Size is blocked off by the wheel and you have to climb up a ladder to get into the Cave. Just so flippin hard and yet it deffinately gave the players a challenge because a lot of the earlier layouts had a simple hit the button objective.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 03, 2006, 06:55:09 AM
I HATE The Keys to the Alhambra. Oh god.... it's basically one of many reasons why i hate the Red Jaguars. Their temple runs really are my least favorite.

As for Pecos Bill's Lost Lariat, it's a pretty good episode. If Chris wasn't incompetant they would have won making the Green Monkeys's record for the first season 3 wins outta 4 runs! Some say that Colleen the frontrunner is to blame for the loss because it could've been a solo run if she hadn't gone down to the Heart Room from the Observatory. However, i really can't hold that against her. The bar blocking the path to the Treasure Room delayed before opening. Sure Colleen saw this, but you have to make quick decisions in the temple or else lose precious time. So it turned out to be not the best decision but at least she was moving.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 03, 2006, 06:56:45 AM
Quote from: ""Headbanger15""
I saw the Lost Lariat. What was frustrating about it was that the bar from the Observatory to the Treasure Room didn't open until the girl went down into the Heart Room. A bit unfair.

And then the second player made it to the lariot, and was about to go up into the Shrine, but then Kirk told him to follow the bottom path through the Holes of Python. The bottom level of the Temple in Layouts 8 and 9 was the hardest I've ever seen. You have to go through the Python Holes and climb a 4 foot ledge, then the bottom door from the Wheel Room to the Cave of Size is blocked off by the wheel and you have to climb up a ladder to get into the Cave. Just so flippin hard and yet it deffinately gave the players a challenge because a lot of the earlier layouts had a simple hit the button objective.

I gotta say though.... I love the Holes of Python. Definitely my favorite room from season 1. Not to mention that's the room that caught up Jennifer in the Dragon Lady and the Blue Pearl episode. <3 :twisted:
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on September 03, 2006, 06:58:50 AM
keys to alhambra the only red jaguar run with one pendant
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Post by: kamehemeha on September 03, 2006, 08:06:51 AM
Sorry to get off topic, but who here has seen the Ruby Earring of Benzibab?  I have seen the temple run, but not the rest.  So, who is Benzibab?  Can anyone tell me?
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Post by: kamehemeha on September 03, 2006, 08:12:43 AM
Oh, I just noticed the Purple Parrot had told me who that Benzibab fellow was.  Interesting.
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Post by: juan833blue on September 03, 2006, 08:15:18 AM
Benzibab was the bodyguard to the Queen of Sheba, Bilqis and not only that, but she was also related to Solomon.  Benzibab threatened to kill Bilqis, but instead took the Ruby Earring and the rest is history.
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Post by: Olmec on September 03, 2006, 08:20:43 AM
Wowo, I get to tape two season 1 episodes today, yaya. Now, I have 6/120 episodes after today.
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Post by: sag_2006 on September 03, 2006, 09:59:08 AM
The Keys to the Alhambra

Shane races in carrying the team's only pendant and moves at a quick pace, before getting taken out 31 seconds in.  You'd think they'd have plenty of time to at least get the keys, but in comes Lisa, who not only stalled in the Tomb, but actually went backwards into the Cave!  Pitiful.  If Shane hadn't been taken out, or if the producers hadn't partnered him up with Lisa, this would've likely been a successful run.

Pecos Bill's Lost Lariat

Much like the above episode, this episode sees a speedy frontrunner paired up with a slow witted partner.  This team actually does make it to the artifact, but Kirk commits one of his most notorious Fogg-Ups be telling the second runner to bust through the wall when he was doing just fine going through the Wall Climb into the Shrine.  Although, as another reviewer on the Nicklegends site points out, Colleen could've had a record solo victory had she noticed the open door to the Treasure Room in the Observatory.
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Post by: juan833blue on September 03, 2006, 10:17:15 AM
Did you notice that before the Temple Games in the lost lariat episode, the girl on the Blue Barracudas did an impersonation of a horse, only fitting that this episode was about Pecos Bill.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on September 03, 2006, 12:39:32 PM
Okay I'd write my reviews for today, but I deleted the post by accident cuz I thought I double posted. so I prolly won't review for today and if i do, i'll write the reviews later.
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on September 03, 2006, 03:35:24 PM
sag: It's Steve, not Shane.

And for the notes:

Keys to the Alhambra:

You can clearly see the keys when Olmec is going through the rooms of the temple.

Pecos Bill's Lost Lariat:

Just before the screen fades to the Reebok logo (after the temple run), you can clearly see Chris climbing through the Cave of Size.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on September 03, 2006, 04:00:11 PM
I suppose I'll try my review again, hopefully I won't delete it this time :roll: btw The Silver monkey is right its Steve, Shane is from "The Oracle Bowl Of Delphi" Now here we go...

The Keys To Alhambra:
Moat crossing was unlike any moat I've ever seen in Season 1. (Or 2 least IMO). One player had to swim acorss the moat with a rope and then tie it around the poll. then the partner had to climb across it. I don't really feel like saying who finished first, so steps of knowledge: average IMO. quite a few wrong answers though. Temple Games: Red vs. Silver. Kirk doesn't interview the contestants liek he normally does, he justs asks for their name and age. Temple Game 1 was when you had to climb up and match the colors of the pieces of a wall. Silver and red did pretty good, but Silver finished first and got the 1/2 pendant. Temple Game 2 was when they had to climb this soapy chute where they had to insert keys to the silver square. Red scrambled quite a bit and silver got the 1/2 pendant. the 3rd game was where the girls had to throw balls @ the contestants. they were all doing pretty good and getting quite a lot of balls, but in the end red jaguars won. So its a tie, Kirk asks the final question and silver gets the wrong answer, giving red a trip to the temple! Temple Run: Yet another example of a smart player being paired up with a slow witted player. Steve races into the temple @ a very fast speed and follows the bottom path until he is taken out in the Tomb Of the Ancient Kings. Lisa takes over and moves very slowly, once she gets to the tomb she takes a long time. Since the wall didn't break down, instead of her going to the Shrine Of the Silver Monkey, she goes all the way back to the wall climb and even detours to the Heart Room. I honestly just wish there was a 3rd guard in the Heart Room so the game would just end right then and there. Very disappointing and pitiful if you ask me...

Pecos Bills Lost Lariat
Moat was where you were on a tube and had to pull yourself across using a rope. Then flung your partner the tube so he or she would do the same. Steps Of Knowledge, again average nothing too memorable happened. Temple Games: Blue Vs. Green. Kirk and both teams had a lot of enthusiasm in the pre-game interviews, especially the blue barracuda girl. First Temple game: you had to climb and put these ropes on top. Chris Of the Green monkeys win that game. 2nd game you had to brand each of the posts. (its kind of like the 2nd game in "Oracle Bowl Of Delphi" sorry can't really explain it...) Colleen of the Green monkeys scrambles quite a bit and blue gets the 1/2 pendant. 3rd temple game uses that soapy chute used in some of those rare Season 1, Layout 7 temple games. The team had to collect these pieces and put it in their basket. Both teams spent a pretty long time getting ready but they got it done and it was quite close if you ask me. Green Monkeys win and go to the temple! Temple Run: kinda disappointing. Colleen runs into the Royal Gong Room then runs across the bridge to the Obsevatory, where instead of going to the Treasure Room, she goes down to the Heart room, where a temple guard takes her pendant. Then in the next room she is taken out. Chris takes over and runs pretty slowly. Once in the Observatory he goes straight to the Treasure Room and eventually he grabs the lariat too. But it was @ that time where Kirk told him to bust through the wall instead of climbing the ladder to the Shrine Of The Silver Monkey. Once Chris reaches the Wheel Room, (on the ladder going to the cave) time runs out. If it wasn't for Colleen taking that detour to the Heart Room, it would have been a successfull solo run, and even a quick finish too.
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on September 03, 2006, 04:58:13 PM
2:00 AM
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10:00 AM
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2:00 PM
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11:30 PM. NOTE: the new LOTHT times RESON: Finders Keepers go's off nick gas
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on September 03, 2006, 05:07:45 PM
Just a question what timezone is that in??
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on September 03, 2006, 05:09:08 PM
that's the east cost :)
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on September 03, 2006, 05:11:44 PM
Oh okay, cuz I'm in Central Time now. Thanks for clearing that up. :wink:
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 03, 2006, 05:46:09 PM
Quote from: ""lotht-lover""
2:00 AM
2:30 AM
10:00 AM
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2:00 PM
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7:30 PM
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11:30 PM. NOTE: the new LOTHT times RESON: Finders Keepers go's off nick gas
Quote from: ""lotht-lover""
that's the east cost :P
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Post by: Bluebarracuda7 on September 03, 2006, 05:46:58 PM
i'm guessing if Legends is gonna be on more slots in the day, they'll have more episodes???  :o
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Post by: kamehemeha on September 03, 2006, 11:57:37 PM
WHAT THE?  I turned on the TV to see  Legends at 5, but it was Finders Keepers!  Strange.
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Post by: juan833blue on September 04, 2006, 04:40:22 AM
LABOR DAY 9/4/2006
The Silver Cannonball of Grandy Nanny
(Orange Iguanas)
The Missing Portrait of Hans Holbein
(Blue Barracudas)
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on September 04, 2006, 06:09:30 AM
Reviews For Today:

Silver Cannonball Of Gandy Nanny:
Most crossing was where you had to walk on these ropes, but you had to be careful cuz they would rotate a lot. (I think thats what it was) Steps Of Knowledge, nothing too special IMO. Temple Games was red vs. orange. First game they had to put these balls between their feet and drop them into these squares. Red had a tough time and orange gets the 1/2 pendant. 2nd game was the squirting game, (just like in "Heart Shaped Pillow Of Annir Taylor). Red got squirted a lot and orange barely did so she got the 1/2 pendant. 3rd game was knocking over these boulders with cannonballs. Red Jaguars scrambled the whole time, and only knocked over 1 @ the last second, orange kocned over 3 giving them another pendant. Final Score: Red Jaguars no pendants and Orange Iguanas 2 pendants so they go to the temple! Temple Run: Johnathan starts off in the ledges, where a temple guard takes his pendant. He continues into the throne room, where he is confused on what to do next. He eventually goes up to the Heart room, and continues into the Kings Storeroom, where a temple guard takes him out. Then its amber's turn who follows Johnathan's path...until she completes the Kings Storeroom task. She then retreats to the Observatory where she wastes time completing that objective. She then goes back to the Shinre Of the silver Monkey, where 2 the last second a temple guard grabs her. But if they had more time during that capture, she would have been able to go on.
Notes: This is definately the Season 2 premiere. @ the moat Kirk says "They are gonna have to cross the moat, and this is how they will have to do it today...Olmec!" Then in the temple games Kirk interviews the teams like he did in Season 1. When thats done he says "And this game is called...Olmec tell us about it."

Missing Portrait Of Hans Holebin
(I actually saw this on Jon's site not too long ago)
Moat was where you had to put this plank on these green tubes in order to get across. Blue was 1st, Green was 2nd, red was 3rd, and purple finished last. Steps Of Knowledge was very easy, Holebin does a potrait of Henry VIII which he hates cuz he thinks is too fat. There was barely any wrong answers (expect for 1, which was by the Green Monkeys). Temple Games: blue vs. purple. 1st Temple game was where you had to spin around on these hamster wheels and then get out and destory the henry VIII paintings. purple scrambled a lot and blue blazed through it and got the 1/2 pendant. 2nd game was where they had to spin around and put ears, noses, etc. on Henry VIII. both of them seemed to struggle but blue got the most and ended up with another 1/2 pendant. 3rd game was where one person had to throw the rock to his or her partner, and then try to konkc over the boulders. Blue barracudas won yet again, and since they won all 3 temple games they went to the temple! Temple run: just your typical "Center Of the Room" loss. Rachel heads up first and is caught by a temple guard immediatley in the Crypt. Then she is forced to go through the ledges. In the pit the door to the kings storeroom opened up and she took a while climbing uo there while in the pit. She continues to the kings storeroom, and then in the Room Of the Ancient Warriors were she is taken out. then its Keith's turn who runs @ a very fast speed. He follows Rachel's path and continues into the Room of the Secret Password where a temple guard takes his pendant. (Good thing they had 2 pendants handy). Once he reaches the Dark forest, time runs out. Too bad the layout was difficult, i mean the team didn't really do anything wrong.
Notes: I definately think this was filmed on the same day as "Discarded Seal Of Ivan the Terrible" for these reasons. First off, the moat crossing was the same, and the 3rd temple game had the same type of objectives, and the temple run grand prize was a trip to monarch ski resort. Maybe I'm wrong but I just noticed this...
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Post by: tss1011 on September 04, 2006, 06:37:19 AM
The Missing Portrait of Hans Holbein

Moat crossing was the "two island and an ancient wooden plank" one.  The teams didn't do as well as other episodes (like "The Discarded Seal"), falling a lot more.  Legend was alright.  I like legends where Dee gets to bust out his German accent; he uses the same voice here as he does on "American Dad" as Klaus the Fish (see also "The Plumed Headdress of Cosarara" and "The Leopard Skin Cloak of Annie Oakley" for more of the Klaus voice).  Steps of Knowledge invovled a bunch of painting questions, so how could the teams get any of these wrong?  Oh wait, one kid said "squeegee" towards the end.  HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!  Now, onto the temple games.  "She wants to work with the dolphins...the animals, not the football team."  Cute, Kirk.  The Blue Barracudas swept the Purple Parrots in the temple games.  Neither team did very well in the second game, but the first and third games involved Blue pretty handily kicking Purple's butts.  The games' ties to the legend were lamer than usual.  Now, onto the temple run.  While it's always tough to reach the artifact when it's hidden in the center of the room, it's nigh impossible when the team has to go around counterclockwise and enter the room from below, as they had to do here (see also "Ponce de Leon").  Keith and Rachel were an alright team, and I think they were just defeated by the layout more than anything else.  Two things would have helped improve their chances of victory though: first, Rachel couldn't swing back and pull herself up in the Pit of the Pendulum, and that added some time.  Second, Keith went straight to the Room of the Secret Password instead of checking to see if the Forest or Bog door was open (but I liked his nice, strong readings of the passwords).  Their chances of victory were very slim anyway, though, so I can't fault them too much.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on September 04, 2006, 06:50:22 AM
I don't even think the Forest/Shrine passage opened up so I think Keith was kind of forced to go into the Room Of The Secret Password, which was why the layout was so difficult. Just a thought I had...
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Post by: tss1011 on September 04, 2006, 06:51:40 AM
In that case, there's no way that even the best team, on their best day, could have won.  Going through all 12 rooms just to get to the artifact?!?!

One last thing abut the episode that I forgot to mention, and it's a Fogg-up of sorts.  Kirk repeatedly pronounces "Hans" like the word "hands" (guess it's his Midwestern roots).  No, I don't expect him to be a fluent German-speaker like Dee, but c'mon, Kirk can't get Hans right?   :wink:
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 04, 2006, 08:29:14 AM
Keith looked like Danny Bonaduce. :P
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on September 04, 2006, 09:01:21 AM
missing portrait of hans holbien
the discarded seal of ivan the terrible
the dried apple half of william tell

what two things do these episodes have in common
1 they were filmed on the same day
2 they were the 3 hardest layouts ever used on the show
they crew must have been felling really hard on teams that day
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Post by: Olmec on September 04, 2006, 09:01:56 AM
Haha, he does a little bit. Rachel was a screamer >_<

These episodes were supposed to play the day they showed The Marble Armrest of Xerxes & The Bone Necklace of the Blackfeet Chief, so I got kinda confused, but now we're kinda back on schedule :D
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on September 04, 2006, 09:03:58 AM
Yeah, apparently Nick Gas likes to skip around when it comes to showing episodes lol
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Post by: Olmec on September 04, 2006, 09:07:07 AM
Yeah, they skip around for a few, then they just keep on task. But I'm happy because 3 of my favorite episodes in the next 2 days (The Diary of Dr. Livingston, The Trojan Horseshoe, & The Moccasins of Geronimo).
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on September 04, 2006, 09:08:58 AM
Yeah, but I think I'm gonna lose Nick Gas access those days cuz I'm gonna be offline September 6th and 7th, and @ my new house (I've been in the process of moving) I prolly won't get the channels (including Nick Gas) for a while.
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Post by: Olmec on September 04, 2006, 09:11:36 AM
Dang, that sucks :'(

Yaya, I'm getting used to stopping during commercials for the taping of Legends. Today is episodes 7 & 8.
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Post by: juan833blue on September 04, 2006, 09:14:47 AM
The Missing Portrait layout was similar to the Ivory Elephant of Scherazade, which even if they grabbed the artifact, they would have visited all 12 rooms of the temple, so it was an accomplishment to go as far as the Dark Forest.  This was a tough layout for the Blue Barracudas and Keith and Rachel didn't have a prayer in reaching the portrait in the chamber and also going counter-clockwise to the Tomb of the Headless Kings and going up to the Chamber with the artifact was very difficult when the artifact was in the center room of the temple but they didn't go any further than the Dark Forest when time expired.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on September 04, 2006, 09:18:00 AM
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Dang, that sucks :'(

Yaya, I'm getting used to stopping during commercials for the taping of Legends. Today is episodes 7 & 8.

Cool, I'm glad I was able to catch these eps and review the episodes, and who knows maybe i'll actually get Nick Gas once i'm settled into my new house. (when all the channels will come in I'm not sure). Anyways this (not counting juan's post above me) is getting a little bit off topic, so I'll prolly back off from this thread until I have more notes or if I write another review.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 04, 2006, 10:11:23 AM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
Rachel was a screamer >_<

:?

She barely screamed at all and when she did it was much more encouraging than say Dana from the Printing Plate episode who was just plain bitchy.

If you're gonna call shouting out "You can do it!" as "screaming" at their partners, then John from the Lucky Pillow episode and Robert from the Applewood Amulet episode should be considered "screamers" as well.


There's a difference between shouting words of encouragement and shouting out of frustration.
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on September 04, 2006, 10:49:38 AM
2 Silver Cannonball Notes:

When Jonathan Enters the temple, the music doesn't start right away.

When Amber reaches down to pick up the key in the King's Storeroom, there's TWO keys laying on the ground.
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Post by: kamehemeha on September 04, 2006, 11:51:20 AM
Oddly, Loudmouth Dana was on a contest called Rock Star: Supernova, but was voted off.
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Post by: tss1011 on September 04, 2006, 11:53:35 AM
Quote from: ""kamehemeha""
Oddly, Loudmouth Dana was on a contest called Rock Star: Supernova, but was voted off.


Too bad, she definitely had the volume to do the job... :roll:
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 04, 2006, 02:16:54 PM
Quote from: ""kamehemeha""
Oddly, Loudmouth Dana was on a contest called Rock Star: Supernova, but was voted off.

Wait wait wait... THAT Dana is the same Dana that was on Legends?!?!? :shock:  I didn't watch Rockstar early enough to see her perform at all but i knew that there WAS a Dana.... That's pretty funny. Somebody contact her loudmouth ass and interview her! :D
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Post by: Olmec on September 04, 2006, 06:24:43 PM
Dana was on RockStar Supernova?! I only know the show because it's on after BB.

I'm not trying to say Rachel was an annoying screamer, I'm just saying when she screamed "GO KEITH! GO!!!!!", that was one of the things I remember about the episode, I think I told you guys that I remember particular things from episodes, this was what I remembered.
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Post by: kamehemeha on September 05, 2006, 01:19:56 AM
I know someone related to someone on Big Brother.  Today's episodes are...

The Musselshell Armor of Apanupac
The Lucky Medallion of Atocha

I LOVE these episodes.  They'll come back to the Trojan Horeshoe soon enough but for now... we have the best Season 3 ever.  I love the Mussellshell Armor of Apanupac... I love it.
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Post by: Olmec on September 05, 2006, 02:34:27 AM
Yeah, kinda mad they got me pumped for nothing, but this is just as good.

Who was the person on Big Brother??? What season?
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Post by: juan833blue on September 05, 2006, 02:43:36 AM
Hey, I knew that those two episodes of legends were great.  9/05/2006 They are:
The Lucky Medallion of Atocha (Orange Iguanas)
The Mussel Shell Armor of Apanupack (Green Monkeys)
Side note:  The Mussel Shell Armor episode had a moat crossing that was fitting for this episode.  Kids had to cross three floating icebergs to get to the other side without using their hands.

The Lucky Medallion Episode had one of the longest moat crossings in Legends History.
The Mussel Shell Armor Episode had one of the quickest moat crossings in the show's history and only the Pearl Necklace of Gwalior episode had a quicker moat crossing.
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Post by: Olmec on September 05, 2006, 03:04:42 AM
OK, as some of you might know, I have my own website, so my summaries are going on there more & coming on here less. Apologies for that, but I have some dienotes I want to write down before I forget.

-In the credits for the Mussel Shell Armor of Apanupac, you can clearly see the Bent Shaving Pan of Jedediah Smith in the King's Storeroom.
-In the Lucky Medallion of Atocha, before they start the second Temple Game, they pan out to show part of the Temple in the background. In this shot, you can see the Applewood Amulet of Emiliano Zapata in the Viper's Nest.
-If Ty had entered the Crypt instead of the Ledges in the start, he would've entered all rooms of the Temple, & [most likely] have done so avoiding all Temple Guards. There is never a Temple Guard in both entrance rooms, usually just one or none.
-If he did enter the Crypt instead of the Ledges, he would've done an amazing feat, but he would've lost another amazing feat of Jennifer [I think it's someone other then her, just my opnion] tossing the Pendant.
-The Temple Guard sound effects don't play when Ty runs into a Temple Guard in the Ledges.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 05, 2006, 03:12:30 AM
Anyone who actually thinks "Jennifer" threw the pendant to Ty is very gullible. :)
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on September 05, 2006, 05:40:33 AM
Ah, 2 goodies today. Now for the reviews:

Mussel Shell Armor Of Apanupec:
Moat crossing was very, very quick. It was when you had to cross the 3 floating icebergs without using your hands. It was very quick and silver finished 1st, green finished 2nd, blue finished 3rd and red finished 4th. Steps Of Knowledge average IMO. Temple Games red vs. green. First game was where you had to fly upside down and place the fish into the basket. Amanda of the Green Monkeys won the 1/2 pendant. 2nd game was like the one in the "Sir Gawain" episode. You had to jump on these trampolines and on the top you had to place these toy seals in the "Seal Haven" box. (Or on top of it @ least). Red took a long time and Gator of the Green Monkeys won the 1/2 pendant. 3rd game was where you had to knock over 4 boulders. Both red and green got 2 down so in the end the Red Jaguars had 1 pendant, and the Green Monkeys got 2 pendants, so they went off to the temple! Temple run: AWESOME! One of the best runs of all time. Amanda starts off @ an average speed, in the pit she has trouble knocking the collumn over, so Gator shouts for her to "jump off" and she does. then she goes to the Tomb Of The Headless Kings where a temple guard takes her pendant. Then she continues the take the bottom level until the Dark forest, where she is taken out. Then its Gator's turn who is very fast and follows amanda's path. In the Dark Forest he busts through the wall and once in the quicksand bog, he takes the ladder to the shrine. (which was a very smart move). In the shrine the 3rd guard takes his pendant but it doesn't matter they can still go on. In the Room Of the Ancient Warriors you can hear Amanda cheering him on, and once he completes the objective, he goes into the Chamber Of The Sacred Markers and retrieves the artifact and then races out of the temple, (while some of the mussel shells fall off) and he escapes with 10 seconds to spare, recording a rare "Center Of The Room" win.

Lucky Medallion of Atocha
Moat crossing was when you had to climb upside down on this poll to get across. It was a very long moat crossing and Green Monkeys and the Silver Snakes had a very tough time. Steps Of Knowledge, again average IMO. Temple games: red vs. orange (there were a lot of temple games throughout the entire show that had red vs. orange). First game was where you had to climb this wall and kick in the squares that would help you climb it. Ty of the Orange Iguanas finished very quickly and got the half pendant. 2nd game was where you were spinning around on this boulder, trying to hang on for dear life. Another quick finish to a temple game, the red jaguar girl fell off, giving Jennifer of the Orange Iguanas the 1/2 pendant! 3rd game was where you went around and collected the money bags and placed it in your bucket. The final score was Orange Iguanas with 9 bags and Red Jaguars with 11 bags. So its a tie, as both teams have 1 pendant. Ty answers the right question and gives the Orange Iguanas a trip to the temple! Temple Run: very memorable. Ty heads to the Ledges where he drops his pendant. So Jennifer (or so I've heard) tosses him the pendant. And then seconds alter the temple guard just takes the pendant. Then he continues into the Observatory, then into Medusa's Lair, where from there he takes the whole upper floor of the temple, until he reached the Mine Shaft. Thats where he grabs the Medallion and escapes with about 8 seconds to spare. If Ty had started in the Crypt instead of the ledges, it would have been one of those runs where a player doesn't encounter a single temple guard.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 05, 2006, 07:00:22 AM
Everything is "boulders" to you, isn't it PPF? :P
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Post by: juan833blue on September 05, 2006, 07:31:27 AM
In the lucky medallion episode, the second temple game required the girls to hold on to dear life on a spinning horse, meaning that the medallion episode was taped the same day as the "Applewood Amulet of Emiliano Zapata."
Trust me, those two episodes were easily the most memorable temple runs in Legends history on featured the second player throwing a dropped pendant back to the frontrunner before a temple guard captures him and it turned out to be a successful run anyway, while the other had the closest win in legends history as Olivia-Emma crossed the gate with the Amulet with a little less than a second left.  AMAZING!!!!
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on September 05, 2006, 07:44:24 AM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
Everything is "boulders" to you, isn't it PPF? :)
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Post by: Olmec on September 05, 2006, 08:27:18 AM
Quote from: ""juan833blue""
In the lucky medallion episode, the second temple game required the girls to hold on to dear life on a spinning horse, meaning that the medallion episode was taped the same day as the "Applewood Amulet of Emiliano Zapata."
Trust me, those two episodes were easily the most memorable temple runs in Legends history on featured the second player throwing a dropped pendant back to the frontrunner before a temple guard captures him and it turned out to be a successful run anyway, while the other had the closest win in legends history as Olivia-Emma crossed the gate with the Amulet with a little less than a second left.  AMAZING!!!!


The fact that it's the Temple Game doesn't mean that it was taped the same day. The Silver Horseshoe of Butch Cassidy had that game. The Plumed Headdress of Cosarara had that game. Those were different layouts, & the fact that you can clearly see the Applewood Amulet in the Viper's Nest when the camera pans out before the start of the game.
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Post by: sag_2006 on September 05, 2006, 08:35:41 AM
Mussel Shell Armor Of Apanupec

Gator was the star of the show here.  After Amanda gets taken out in the Forest, Gator (or should we call him Cheetah?) blazed through the temple with speed only matched by Zac in the Secret Map of the Bandit Queen.  He completed the monkey, bashed through the wall, chose the correct armor in the Ancient Warrior room, and grabbed the artifact and ran out with a good 10 seconds still on the clock.  Had Amanda been paired with another kid, this would not have been a win.

Lucky Medallion of Atocha

A few weeks ago, GAS aired a Legends episode where the backrunner was forced into the Temple carrying his partner's pendant, which she lost before encountering a Temple Guard.  It almost happened here as well.  Fortunately, the partner here was on the spot and managed to retrive his pendant and give it to him right before the Temple Guard seized it.  Had that not have happened, the outcome would've been much different.  Ty's only hesitation was in the Viper's Nest, and even then, it was a moot point, as he grabbed the medallion and made it out with 8 seconds to spare.  Officially, it goes in the books as a solo win, but Jennifer is as much responsible for this run being successful.
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Post by: juan833blue on September 05, 2006, 10:11:16 AM
The Spinning Horses in season 2 were also seen in the Golden Goblet of Atilla the Hun, The Leopard-Skin Cloak of Annie Oakley and the Cracked Crown of the Spanish King.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 05, 2006, 10:34:44 AM
Quote from: ""juan833blue""
In the lucky medallion episode, the second temple game required the girls to hold on to dear life on a spinning horse, meaning that the medallion episode was taped the same day as the "Applewood Amulet of Emiliano Zapata."
Trust me, those two episodes were easily the most memorable temple runs in Legends history on featured the second player throwing a dropped pendant back to the frontrunner before a temple guard captures him and it turned out to be a successful run anyway, while the other had the closest win in legends history as Olivia-Emma crossed the gate with the Amulet with a little less than a second left.  AMAZING!!!!
No to mention the Lucky Pillow was recorded on the same day.  It's easier to tell by the moat crossings. :wink:

Quote from: ""Purple Parrots Fan""
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
Everything is "boulders" to you, isn't it PPF? :)

Whoa whoa whoa, what's with the rolling eyes? I wasn't trying to be rude or anything, just messin from one Purple Parrots fan to another. :P
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Post by: kamehemeha on September 05, 2006, 11:16:48 AM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
Yeah, kinda mad they got me pumped for nothing, but this is just as good.

Who was the person on Big Brother??? What season?


Josh, Season 3.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on September 05, 2006, 11:38:17 AM
Quote
Whoa whoa whoa, what's with the rolling eyes? I wasn't trying to be rude or anything, just messin from one Purple Parrots fan to another. :) smiley right next to it?? Anyways sorry if I come up with horrible names for temple games and what not but hey, what else would I call it?? :wink:
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 05, 2006, 12:18:54 PM
Quote from: ""Purple Parrots Fan""
I know, I was just joking around with the :roll: smiley, how else would I have put the :P

Quote from: ""kamehemeha""

Josh, Season 3.

Oh.... I'm sorry... I've seen his penis. :wink:

PS, the Gwalior episode is gonna be on soon, i can feel it! 8)
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Post by: Olmec on September 05, 2006, 12:28:59 PM
*cough*SHOULDBEINTHREEDAYS*cough*

Sweet, Josh was pretty cool I guess, but man he was like a gorilla, really hairy. He totally got the spotlight on the first episode, I love my BB3 DVDs.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 05, 2006, 01:10:02 PM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
*cough*SHOULDBEINTHREEDAYS*cough*

Sweet, Josh was pretty cool I guess, but man he was like a gorilla, really hairy. He totally got the spotlight on the first episode, I love my BB3 DVDs.

That should tell all your cappers to get ready to cap that epsiode and upload the temple run for me. :x  And hairy. :wink:
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Post by: juan833blue on September 05, 2006, 01:49:46 PM
Side note on the Lucky Medallion Episode:
Ty became the second player to successfully retrieve an artifact from the Mine Shaft.  The only other player who successfully retrieved an artifact in the Mine Shaft was Jammin' Jon in season 1 (Galileo's Cannonball).
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Post by: Olmec on September 05, 2006, 02:08:17 PM
Maybe Josh was the really hairy guy I saw a Typhoon Lagoon years ago?
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Post by: juan833blue on September 06, 2006, 05:01:28 AM
9/6/2006 featured two center-room artifacts
The Lost Whalebone of Pythias (Orange Iguanas, Failed)
The Golden Earring of Henry Morgan (Silver Snakes, acquired aritfact, but time expired)
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on September 06, 2006, 06:40:25 AM
And here are the reviews for today:

Lost Whalebone Of Pythias
Moat crossing was where you had to crawl on this bridge in order to get across. Steps Of Knowledge was almost a double sweep if it wasn't for the Purple Parrots ringing in. And I don't think the Silver Snakes asnwered any questions. Temple Games: yet again...red vs. orange. First game was when you had to spin around and place these fish on the green scoreboard. Both Damien and Patrick scrambled but eventually they got the hang of it. In the end, Damien of the Orange Iguanas got the 1/2 pendant. 2nd game was where you were upside down and had to place barnicles in the bin. Both Alison and Brittany got the 1/2 pendant. 3rd game was where you had to jump on this trampoline and onto a net where you had to pull the anchors down. Both teams scambled as they were constantly getting caught in the rope. @ the end of the game they each pulled 2 out of the 4 down. Final score on pendants: Red Jaguars 1 1/2 pendants, and Orange Iguanas 2 pendants so they go to the temple! Temple Run: just your typical "center of the room" loss, but the players here moved MUCH too slowly. Brittany doesn't get up to the Crypt until 2:52 on the clock, and then she progresses to the Tomb Of the Headless Kings where a temple guard takes her pendant. Once she reaches the Dark Forest, she doesn't even bother with the ress so she busts through the wall and climbs to the Shrine Of The Silver Monkey, where she is taken out. Damien was even slower, but he still made it to @ least the Room Of the Ancient Warriors when time ran out. After that kirk says "You can't slow down too much or the temple will get you."

Golden Earring Of Henry Morgan
Moat Crossing was the same as the one in "Golden Pepperoni Of Catherine de Medici." You had to stand on these stacked tubes and climb across this poll. Steps Of Knowledge were pretty good, I don't think anyone got any questions wrong. Temple games: orange vs. silver. 1st game was where you had to avoid these swinging boulders (yes, boulders again lolol) just like you had to in Temple Game 1 in the golden pepperoni episode. Orange got hit a lot of times and Ashley of the silver snakes got the 1/2 pendant. 2nd game was where you had to climb this rope and retireve the gold from the top. whichever bin weighed the most won the game. Silver's weighed more so Shem got the 1/2 pendant. 3rd game was where you had to row these boats and retireve the gold stack and then pull yourself back to the starting line. Silver Snakes scrambled the whole time and Orange Iguanas ended up tying with both teams having 1 pendant. So @ the tie breaker Shem rang in with the correct answer and won a trip to the temple! Temple Run: another "center of the room" episode, and both players seemed excited even after they lost. Anyways...Ashley goes in first and does a pretty good job. She takes the whole bottom floor until the Mine Shaft, where she is taken out. Then its Shem's turn who is very fast and makes up for some very good time. Once in the Mine Shaft, he takes the shrine ladder, assembles the monkey, breaks the kings storeroom pots, and then heads up to the Observatory and aligns the puzzle. Then in the Mandarin Hand room he grabs the earring with 2 seconds to go, but obviously doesn't make it out on time.
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Post by: tss1011 on September 06, 2006, 06:47:01 AM
In quasi-defense of Damien, he was too slow, but for all the flak he gets, Brittany was equally responsible for this loss.  Eight seconds to get to the Crypt?
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 06, 2006, 07:47:16 AM
Even though Brittany was slower than average, she knew exactly what she was doing in each room and she cleared the entire bottom floor and put the base of the monkey on before getting removed with 1:20 left. That was MORE than enough time for Damien to get upto the shrine, asemble half of the monkey and complete the Ancient Warriors room objective... but NO. It took him a full minute to reach the shrine (cleared objectives and everything). Could you just imagine if Damien went in first!?!?  :shock:  Brittany never even would've entered the temple. This should have been a win. Pity.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on September 06, 2006, 08:12:29 AM
Yeah, I guess you're both right, but we never knew whether or not Damien knew what he was doing cuz he was just following Brittany's path. If Damien went first, it prolly would have been the same, being taken out with 1:20, and Brittany following his path.
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Post by: sag_2006 on September 06, 2006, 08:14:46 AM
Huh, Nick GAS must really like showing "artifact in the center of the Temple" episodes suddenly.

Lost Whalebone Of Pythias

Shoula, woulda, coulda.  Neither player was very fast at all, Damien being the slowest of the two.  It's a miracle they even made it to within a room of the whalebone with their speed.

Golden Earring Of Henry Morgan

Again with the center of the temple artifact trick, but this team actually makes contact with the artifact.  Both players moved fast, with Shem (heh, first Gator and now Shem.  GAS must also have acquired an infatuation for showing contestants with interesting names) being speedier than his predecessor.  Interesting note: In the Crypt, the third book opened the Pit door, where the third door opened to the Court, where it was the third wall painting opened the door, and in the Storeroom, the third pot and the third pedestal opened those doors.  Anywho, Shem manages to grab the earring just as time expires.  NOTE: This is the only artifact placed in the Mandarin Hand room.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on September 06, 2006, 08:34:13 AM
Yeah, 3rd thing for everything during their run in the temple. Weird...
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Post by: Olmec on September 06, 2006, 08:43:49 AM
Even though it's out of 8 & not 3, it was the third panel pulled to show the white light.
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Post by: Olmec on September 06, 2006, 08:44:40 AM
Even though it's out of 8 & not 3, it was the third panel pulled to show the white light.
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Post by: juan833blue on September 06, 2006, 09:08:33 AM
Even if the Golden Earring of Henry Morgan episode was a temple run loss, it was exciting because Shem waited until there was 2 seconds left before he got the earring, and Ashley's delirious reaction said it all.  The Snakes managed to get the artifact in the center room and it was also a miracle that Shem was not even caught by a third DREADED Temple Guard.  No doubt this was one of the more exciting temple runs of the second season.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on September 06, 2006, 10:55:28 AM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
Even though it's out of 8 & not 3, it was the third panel pulled to show the white light.
Yeah, even though once Ashley revealed the white light she kept pulling the other pannels down anyways.
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Post by: kamehemeha on September 07, 2006, 01:21:17 AM
Two GREAT episodes are on today.

The Milkbucket of Freydis (Season 2)
The Helmet of Genghis Khan (Season 1)

Boy, Nick GaS is really jumping around with these episodes, but they brought us two AMAZING wins.
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Post by: juan833blue on September 07, 2006, 02:14:15 AM
I think that the Milkbucket run was a lot more exciting than the Helmet of Genghis Khan.
Although the Red Jaguars got a pretty simple layout, they still got Genghis Khan's Helmet and still won with 10 seconds left.  Their trip to U.S. Space Camp was well-earned.  Also, during the temple run, there is a Kirk Fogg-up, he says that the Observatory was the observation tower.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 07, 2006, 03:17:05 AM
Milk Bucket of Freydis <3333333333333333333333333333333333
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on September 07, 2006, 05:32:29 AM
2 more goodies today, and more jumpung around with the episodes. So here are the reviews:

Milk Bucket Of Freydis:
Moat was the same as the golden earring episode and the golden pepperoni episode, stand on these crawled tubes and/or climb on the poll on top. Steps Of Knowledge was almost a double sweep, but red jaguars rang in with a right question soooo...Temple Games were purple vs. silver. First game was the same as the one in "golden pepperoni" and the "golden earring episode" purple and silver got the 1/2 pendant. 2nd game was where you had to climb up and place a bell on the head on top, while it spits water @ you. Silver scrambled a lot and kept touching the gorund, and Tarrah of the purple parrots got the 1/2 pendant. 3rd game was the same as the "golden earring" episode. Row your boat to pick up treasrue like artifacts, and then pull yourself back with a rope. Final score on the pendants are: Purple Parrots 2 and Silver Snakes only a 1/2 so they go to the temple! YAY! :D

Helmet Of Genghis Khan
Moat was the same as the one in "Keys To Alhambra" one person sims across with a rope and then the other climb across. Steps Of Knowledge kind of average if ya ask me. Temple games were red vs. blue. 1st game was where you had to climb up, attach a brick to your helmet, then put it in your bucket. Taylor of the Red Jaguars got the 1/2 pendant. 2nd game was where you had to climb up a soapy ramp and retireve these "soldier" like artifacts and put it in your bucket. Both of them took a ridiculously long time and scrambled like crazy. So @ the last second Becca from the Red Jaguars ended up pulling one of the soldiers heads off, but it was a scoreless (sp?) tie so they both got the half pendant. 3rd game you had to tipi this building thing, and @ the end the red jaguars got al the tipi thingys up, so they go to the temple with 2 pendants! Temple Run: easy layout, but still a good episode. Becca heads in first and is caught by a temple guard immediately in the Cave Of Size. From there, she is forced up into the Gargoyle Room, where she jumps into the oit and climbs up to the Obsevatory. She takes the top path until the shrine, whre she is taken out. Taylor follows her path and retrieves the helmet too! He exits through the Heart Room for some weird reason, but he escapes with 9 seconds to spare. Once he crosses the gate, him and her partner are so excited that Kirk struggled to keep them in camera frame. note: once Taylor leaves the temple, you can still see the cave of size temple guard.
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Post by: sag_2006 on September 07, 2006, 11:54:03 AM
Milk Bucket Of Freydis

A classic Temple Run made memorable not just for its finish, but for the event leading up to that finish.  Tarrah decided to skip the rope and just jump across the pit.  Needless to say, it doesn't work out so well, and she falls flat against one of the ledges and ends up breaking the bucket.  Undaunted, she climbs up the Ledges and crosses the gate with a mere second to spare.

The Helmet of Genghis Khan

A rather simple layout + two fast and smart kids = a nice win.  The Jaguars only needed to cross 6 rooms en route to the helmet, but it was still a solid effort and a well-deserved win.
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on September 07, 2006, 12:06:50 PM
two underdog teams dominat and win today
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on September 07, 2006, 12:41:17 PM
Quote from: ""juan833blue""
Also, during the temple run, there is a Kirk Fogg-up, he says that the Observatory was the observation tower.


The Helmet of Genghis Khan is chock full of Fogg-Ups.
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Post by: Olmec on September 07, 2006, 12:54:00 PM
Wowo, have both of these on tape from like 97-98 reruns.
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Post by: juan833blue on September 07, 2006, 12:58:02 PM
Well, not necessarily.  The Helmet of Genghis Khan episode was from its original 1993 broadcast with among other parting gifts, Hershey's Syrup and other retro stuff.
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Post by: Olmec on September 07, 2006, 01:13:48 PM
Quote from: ""juan833blue""
Well, not necessarily.  The Helmet of Genghis Khan episode was from its original 1993 broadcast with among other parting gifts, Hershey's Syrup and other retro stuff.


What I mean is that I have maybe 10-20 episodes on tape from reruns on Nickelodeon that I taped from 1997-1998, both of today's episodes being in the select few. Get it now?
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Post by: sag_2006 on September 07, 2006, 02:11:20 PM
At the tail end of the Helmet of Genghis Kahn, Dee announces "Portions of this program were edited not affecting the outcome of the game", a standard game show phrase, but one that (to my knowledge) was never heard again in a Legends ep.
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on September 07, 2006, 02:26:06 PM
Quote from: ""sag_2006""
At the tail end of the Helmet of Genghis Kahn, Dee announces "Portions of this program were edited not affecting the outcome of the game", a standard game show phrase, but one that (to my knowledge) was never heard again in a Legends ep.
it was said in the blue pearl and the dragon lady
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on September 07, 2006, 02:42:11 PM
Quote from: ""sag_2006""
At the tail end of the Helmet of Genghis Kahn, Dee announces "Portions of this program were edited not affecting the outcome of the game", a standard game show phrase, but one that (to my knowledge) was never heard again in a Legends ep.

Several season one episodes had that.  They replaced that in seasons two and three with the yellow words that stated the same.
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Post by: Headbanger15 on September 07, 2006, 02:47:32 PM
A lot of the crap in Season 2 and 3 was used over and over again. It really gets annoying. Anyway, the episodes.

Milk Bucket of Fredyis - One of the great rare Parrots wins where the frontrunner has the nastiest fall in the show, but still won with only a few seconds left! And you know what's weird. Kirk called the second Parrot (I forget his name) Brandon....which is my name :p, a bit of a weird Fogg-up, but a great run nonetheless.

Helmet of Ganghis Kahn - The layout was pretty much a direct route to the Pirate's Cove, but the team just made it a bit hard on themselves, taking random routes. And WHAT is with the guard always appearing in the Cave of Size while the player is making his way out of the temple?! You'd think there would be a door, but no! He just sits there on his bum watching the players pass and sometimes actually cheering them on. Wow, he's even lazier than the one in the Dungeon J/K  :o
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Post by: tss1011 on September 07, 2006, 02:56:23 PM
Like the Star of Sultan Saladin, I thought the temple guards had vanished!  If you're too lazy to vanish...
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on September 07, 2006, 03:09:48 PM
Quote from: ""tss1011""
Like the Star of Sultan Saladin, I thought the temple guards had vanished!  If you're too lazy to vanish...


"way to go uh i mean *roar*" said the temple guard
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Post by: kamehemeha on September 08, 2006, 01:24:32 AM
Wiith yesterday's spectacular episodes, I thought another amazing win  would show today.  Instead, we got:

The Two-Cornered Hat of Napoleon (Season 2)
The Melted Head of Madame Tussaud (Season 3)

Darn!  I will review yesterday's and today's episodes.
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Post by: juan833blue on September 08, 2006, 01:27:55 AM
A French Friday 9/8/2006:
Napoleon's Two-Cornered Hat (Red Jaguars, Exciting Loss)
The Melted Wax Head of Madame Tussaud (Orange Iguanas, Failure)
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Post by: sag_2006 on September 08, 2006, 05:21:11 AM
The Two-Cornered Hat of Napoleon

After the frontrunner is taken out rather quickly, the second runner finds the (obvious) half pendant hanging in the wall in the Rock Quarry, and he'd need it, because a Temple Guard was waiting seconds later in the Swamp.  He manages to grab the hat, but even with the team's luck, they fail to get out in time.

The Melted Head of Madame Tussaud

Strange layout here, as all the Pit doors opened.  Unfortunately, the frontrunner decides to take the bottom floor, which only slows the team down and prevents victory.  His partner made the smart move of taking the direct route to the Storeroom, but could only complete the monkey before time runs out.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on September 08, 2006, 05:51:16 AM
Reviews for today: (these are my last reviews for a while, as I'm gonna be losing both TV and computer access later today and until next Wednesday).

Two-Cornered Hat of Napoleon
Moat was where you had to climb on these tubes in order to get across. Unlike any moat crossing I've seen in Season 2. Steps Of Knowledge very, very long a lot of right and wrong answers. Temple Games: (do I need to say it?! :roll: ) red vs. orange...once again. 1st game you had to climb on thede 2 ropes and go to the top and get the crowns. Both managed to get 2 crowns so they both get the 1/2 pendant. Temple Game 2 you had to climb this mountain thing. both teams scrambled but I think the orange iguanas got the 1/2 pendant. Temple Game 3 you had to swing your partner around in order to knock the buildings down. Red won that game so it was orange iguanas 1 pendant, and Red Jaguars 1 1/2 pendants so they go to the temple! Temple run: frontrunner goes in first and is caught by a temple guard in the Crypt immediately. Then he is forced into the ledges and into the Rock quarry. In the next room he screams like a girl and is taken out of the temple. Then its Carly's turn and she follows Brian's path. She picks up the 1/2 pendant and continues into the Swamp, where the 3rd guard takes the pendant anyways. Then in the Mine Shaft she takes the elevator up into the Lightning Ball Room. Then, she assembles the silver monkey and even grabs the hat with about 5 seconds to go, but doesn't make it out in time.

Melted Head of Madame Tussaud
Moat crossing you had to stand on these green floaties and try to get across on the ropes. Steps Of Knowledge very very close it could have been any team going to the temple games with the Orange Iguanas. Temple Games were orange vs. purple. (I think you already know who wins...) 1st game you had to push this large ball into the opponet's buildings. I think the orange iguanas won that game. 2nd game was I think untimed, it was where you had to spin on this hamster wheel (lol) and collect the tickets. Brook of the purple parrots collected the most tickets so she got the 1/2 pendant. 3rd game you had to pick these waxed heads up to avoid the moving ball. The orange iguanas won with 1 1/2 pendants so they go to the temple! Temple run: Nick (that was his name, right??) heads up first where in the pit it looks as if all 3 doors open, but he takes the bottom route...only to run up the whole central shaft. Jennifer (yes another Jennifer) was being really loud and annoying, kind of like that girl Dana. Anyways Nick is taken out in the Room Of The Ancient Warriors and then its Jennifer's turn. She goes right up to the Kings Storeroom and makes it up to the shrine, where her time runs out.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Notundercovercop327 on September 08, 2006, 10:34:12 AM
Quote from: ""sag_2006""
The Two-Cornered Hat of Napoleon

After the frontrunner is taken out rather quickly, the second runner finds the (obvious) half pendant hanging in the wall in the Rock Quarry, and he'd need it, because a Temple Guard was waiting seconds later in the Swamp.  He manages to grab the hat, but even with the team's luck, they fail to get out in time.



in the two cornered headed hat of nepolean the second runner was a girl
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on September 08, 2006, 11:19:53 AM
Quote from: ""sag_2006""
The Two-Cornered Hat of Napoleon

After the frontrunner is taken out rather quickly, the second runner finds the (obvious) half pendant hanging in the wall in the Rock Quarry, and he'd need it, because a Temple Guard was waiting seconds later in the Swamp.  He manages to grab the hat, but even with the team's luck, they fail to get out in time.


Why are most of your summaries almost taken word for word from nicklegends.com/geocities. Most of them seem like from "Der Komissar" or someone like that (I butchered the last name), but this was almost the exact same as nicklegends' summary. Don't you know about plagarism, unless you are Der Komissar (If so, then deepest apologies, haha)? My schools teach a lot about plagarism.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: nicklegends on September 08, 2006, 11:27:37 AM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
Quote from: ""sag_2006""
The Two-Cornered Hat of Napoleon

After the frontrunner is taken out rather quickly, the second runner finds the (obvious) half pendant hanging in the wall in the Rock Quarry, and he'd need it, because a Temple Guard was waiting seconds later in the Swamp.  He manages to grab the hat, but even with the team's luck, they fail to get out in time.

Why are most of your summaries almost taken word for word from nicklegends.com/geocities. Most of them seem like from "Der Komissar" or someone like that (I butchered the last name), but this was almost the exact same as nicklegends' summary. Don't you know about plagarism, unless you are Der Komissar (If so, then deepest apologies, haha)? My schools teach a lot about plagarism.

Yes, thank you for saying that before I did. I didn't mind it the first time or two (you could have just read my summary for comparison with your own thoughts and subconsciously uses some of the wording I did) but I really don't want my summaries to be consistently "reattributed" to others. I do not feel that is fair to me. Perhaps next time you could write and post your summary first before reading mine? :|
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Mandarin Hand on September 08, 2006, 11:40:13 AM
sag_2006:  Plagiarize again and I'll see that you're banned.  Simple.

Edit by nicklegends: This type of decision will be handled via a moderator discussion should it happen again.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Notundercovercop327 on September 08, 2006, 12:40:21 PM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
Anyone who actually thinks "Jennifer" threw the pendant to Ty is very gullible. :)


i know it is kind of late for this but i don't want to wait another 2 months to be able to say this. i just saw the tape of the lucky medalion of atocha. someone does throw ty the pendant. whoever it was was barehanded. jennifer was wering gloves on both hands. it couldn't have been her it must have been a camera man
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Bluebarracuda7 on September 08, 2006, 01:18:57 PM
this may be late, but has "The Two-Cornered Hat of Napolean" always been paired up with "The Melted Head of Madame Tussuad"?
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: juan833blue on September 08, 2006, 01:53:10 PM
In the Melted Head of Madame Tussaud episode, if Nick had taken the top path to the King's Storeroom, this temple run would have been a win because the Temple Guard in the Chamber would have been eliminated.  This was a strange temple layout and even after Jennifer (Orange Iguanas, Season 3) finished the monkey just as time expired, it was likely the door to the Quicksand Bog would have remained locked and the only door that would have opened was to the Room of the Secret Password.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 08, 2006, 05:16:13 PM
The Two-Cornered Hat of Napoleon is one of the only Red Jaguar temple runs that i like. I actually think it's exciting. :P
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on September 08, 2006, 05:28:55 PM
Quote from: ""Bluebarracuda7""
this may be late, but has "The Two-Cornered Hat of Napolean" always been paired up with "The Melted Head of Madame Tussuad"?


It was as of April 2006.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 09, 2006, 04:46:28 AM
The Much-Heralded Helmet of Sir Gawain
&
The Broken Trident of Poseidon

No temple gaurds today. I'm home again this weekend, but I'm pretty sure i've already done episode summaries for these episodes. So, no episode summaries. :P
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: sag_2006 on September 09, 2006, 05:46:09 AM
The two extremes of Temple Run quality feautred today.

The Much-Heralded Helmet of Sir Gawain

Tiffani may not have been the fastest runner in the world, but she was smart and had a good map of the Temple.  She managed to avoid the Temple Guards and grabbed the helmet with 53 seconds left.  She did move slowly getting out, but that's understandable considering the size of the helmet.  Regardless, she had enough time to make it out and record the solo win.

The Broken Trident of Poseidon

Poor Kimberly.  As soon as she layed her hands on the trident, she got so frazzled by the doors opening that she took off and left the trident behind.  By the time she corrected her error, there was not nearly enough time to get out successfully.  This is the only one of the three Temple Guard-free episodes that does not end in victory, and you can see why.


EDIT - Plagiarism will not be tolerated, and you've been warned of this.  One week ban.  - RP
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: tss1011 on September 09, 2006, 06:45:17 AM
Temple guards get the day off, eh?

The Much-Heralded Helmet of Sir Gawain

Moat crossing was the "ancient swinging bridge".  It was a FAST moat crossing, too, neck and neck all the way, as Kirk is fond of saying.  Although I like King Arthur stories, the legend was a little stupid.  Gawain, doing his best "Spinal Tap" cockney voice, gives up his magical helmet to save some maiden who broke a window.  Yes, because she's so worth that sacrifice.  Steps of Knowledge was pretty uneventful, aside from Tiffani not knowing that Arthur pulled a sword from the stone.  Temple games was Orange vs. Purple.  Donna wins the first game, and Kirk almost calls her "Jahmel".  Classic.  Jahmel (although Kirk calls him "Jamal") wins the second game.  Orange wipes the floor with Purple in the third game.  They're going to the temple, 1.5 pendants to Purple's 0.5.

Now the famous temple run.  Quite good as far as solo runs go.  Tiffani belongs to two categories to which I'm usually not kind: female contestants and slower-than-average contestants.  However, she earned my respect for one reason in particular: she was one of the VERY few contestants who pulled herself back up after knocking over the column in the Pit of the Pendulum.  Also, she did a good job making it across the bottom floor with the helmet, considering how big and unwieldy it was.  Good show, Tiff.  Have fun in the Bahamas.

The Broken Trident of Poseidon

In the moat, the teams had to cross the icebergs.  This is the only episode I've seen with this moat...do they always fall this much?  Legend was about Poseidon looking for his missing trident (or "tri-dent", as Olmec would say).  It is in the Shrine of the Silver Monkey, and this episode gets a pretty low Shriiiiiiiiine Pronunciation Rating, or SPR, scoring a 4.  It was an odd falsetto, lacking the mystery of Olmec's season 2 "shriiiiiiiiiines" or the all-out wackiness of the magnificiently over-the-top "Secret Map of the Bandit Queen" reading.  I don't remember much about the steps, except afterwards they show a close-up of Olmec moaning.  Only one Olmec-gasm per episode, please...isn't the gate-lowering enough?  Anyway, let's go on to the temple games.  Green vs. Silver, and it's a Silver shutout.  The games were left over from Season 2, and the ties to the legend weren't particularly good.  You know they were relieved to find out Poseidon was the god of horses.  "Great, we can use the horse machines again!"

Notorious temple run.  Why did they put temple guards in rooms that the contestants, unless they were completely retarded, wouldn't enter?  Oh well.  Kimberly was doing well until after she got the artifact.  Dropped the trident and had to go back for it.  However, that wasn't the only mistake she made.  She still could have won had she stuck to the top floor.  Instead, she went down to the bottom floor, throwing away her chances of victory.  I maintain that this poor exit planning would have sunk her anyway.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Notundercovercop327 on September 09, 2006, 07:04:26 AM
Quote from: ""tss1011""
The Broken Trident of Poseidon

In the moat, the teams had to cross the icebergs.  This is the only episode I've seen with this moat...do they always fall this much?  Legend was about Poseidon looking for his missing trident (or "tri-dent", as Olmec would say).  It is in the Shrine of the Silver Monkey, and this episode gets a pretty low Shriiiiiiiiine Pronunciation Rating, or SPR, scoring a 4.  It was an odd falsetto, lacking the mystery of Olmec's season 2 "shriiiiiiiiiines" or the all-out wackiness of the magnificiently over-the-top "Secret Map of the Bandit Queen" reading.  I don't remember much about the steps, except afterwards they show a close-up of Olmec moaning.  Only one Olmec-gasm per episode, please...isn't the gate-lowering enough?  Anyway, let's go on to the temple games.  Green vs. Silver, and it's a Silver shutout.  The games were left over from Season 2, and the ties to the legend weren't particularly good.  You know they were relieved to find out Poseidon was the god of horses.  "Great, we can use the horse machines again!"

Notorious temple run.  Why did they put temple guards in rooms that the contestants, unless they were completely retarded, wouldn't enter?  Oh well.  Kimberly was doing well until after she got the artifact.  Dropped the trident and had to go back for it.  However, that wasn't the only mistake she made.  She still could have won had she stuck to the top floor.  Instead, she went down to the bottom floor, throwing away her chances of victory.  I maintain that this poor exit planning would have sunk her anyway.



actually in the mussle shell armor of apanupac they play the iceberg game and it was one of the fastest moat crossings in the shows history.

as for temple guard placement the same thing can be said about the bifocal monical of oneeyed jack. the crew pretty much gives the team the win and they totally blow it.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 09, 2006, 07:13:52 AM
Quote from: ""tss1011""
 This is the only episode I've seen with this moat...do they always fall this much?

Why did they put temple guards in rooms that the contestants, unless they were completely retarded, wouldn't enter?

It was also used in the Mussel Shell Armor and the Red Sash of Tokugawa Ieyasu. No, they don't usually fall that much.... not even nearly that much.

And as for your second question.... This is Legends we're talking about. Yes some of the kids are completely retarded. :P
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: juan833blue on September 09, 2006, 07:34:05 AM
Even after Kimberly dropped the Trident, if she had taken the top floor this would at least have been a close finish or a win.  Instead, Kimberly goes down from the Chamber to the Tomb and can't make it past the pit before time ran out.  This would have been a successful run if four of these things happened:
1) If she had NOT dropped the trident and ran away from it.
2) If she stayed on the top floor of the temple, she would have still had 3 or 4 seconds left on the clock.
3) It would have been better if Tony had gone into the Temple first.
4) If she was faster and knew that all the doors had opened.
This is an example of a great temple run gone awry.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Silver Monkey on September 09, 2006, 02:28:07 PM
Quote from: ""juan833blue""
1) If she had NOT dropped the trident and ran away from it.
2) If she stayed on the top floor of the temple, she would have still had 3 or 4 seconds left on the clock.


And If she moved a little bit faster  :wink:
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: PAK Man on September 09, 2006, 06:14:13 PM
Anybody notice how dark the Ledges were in The Much Heralded Helmet episode? I mean, I know it's supposed to be dark, but this time it was pitch-black. Tiffani was very smart to go up to the Crypt. Can you imagine seeing her getting stuck in the Ledges? That could have been a really tragic loss if she didn't know what she was doing.

As for the Broken Trident of Poseidon, what's to say about this episode that hasn't already been said? I will comment on the Legend, though. The season three Legends really bugged me, and this is the perfect example of one of them. "A near-sighted stingray?" Come on. The cheesiest part was definitely the second Temple game, saying Poseidon was the God of Horses. Now, I've heard a lot about Greek legends, but I don't think I've ever heard that before. It definitely seems like something the Legends writers would make up for the show.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 09, 2006, 06:16:13 PM
It looked to me like ALL of the rooms were darker in the Helmet epsiode, but the Ledges were the most significantly darkened.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: tss1011 on September 09, 2006, 07:01:27 PM
Quote from: ""PAK Man""
"A near-sighted stingray?" Come on.


Ha!  Poseidon actually bought Cretus' cock-and-bull story?  He should have smote him for not coming up with a better lie.   :wink:
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: kamehemeha on September 10, 2006, 12:32:05 AM
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

They are showing the Broken Trident and the Helmet of Sir Gawain AGAIN!  :(
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Headbanger15 on September 10, 2006, 03:03:30 AM
Helmet of Sir Gawin was actually a pretty good episode. The girl's reaction after trying to carry the Helmet through the Pit and banging her head on the crawl tube was pretty funny.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on September 10, 2006, 04:19:15 AM
I know, this is so weird.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 10, 2006, 04:43:11 AM
WTF is GaS doing? :?  They must have heard that i wanted to see the Pearl Necklace of Gwalior and decided to change the line-up. :roll:
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: kamehemeha on September 10, 2006, 11:36:37 AM
Gwalior, Shmalior! I want the Ruby Earring of Benzibab!  I've never seen it before!  As far as wins go, the Helmet of Sir Gawain is my second-least-favorite, my least-favorite win being Robin Hood and Marian's Ladder.  I hate to say this, but I don't really care for the Helmet of Sir Gawain.  Three words: Exit stage right.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: PAK Man on September 10, 2006, 03:33:37 PM
I thought I was dreaming this morning when I turned Legends on at 9:30 a.m. and Olmec said it was The Broken Trident of Poseidon. Then I came here and learned that Nick GAS repeated themself. This is weird, even for Nick GAS.

Well, I have nothing more to say. Hopefully it'll be back to normal tomorrow.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on September 10, 2006, 03:34:34 PM
Boy, it better. I miss the Temple Guards.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: tss1011 on September 10, 2006, 03:38:50 PM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
Boy, it better. I miss the Temple Guards.


*ROAR* *weird drum noise*

Hope that filled the void, at least a bit.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: juan833blue on September 11, 2006, 11:33:17 AM
9/11/2006; we will never forget 9/11/01:
The Applewood Amulet of Emiliano Zapata (Green Monkeys, The most exciting one-second left victory in legends history)
The Golden Jaguar of Atahualpa (Blue Barracudas, had the front runner of the barracudas not taken two detours in the temple, this would have been a solo win, but the second player manages to grab the gold jaguar just before time ran out.)
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 11, 2006, 12:31:46 PM
What do ya know, 2 Purple Parrot tie breaker losses. :x

However, the temple runs are both exciting for their own obvious reason.

... The Parrots can't win all the time...
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Green Monkey on September 11, 2006, 12:53:53 PM
Could someone please upload the Applewood Amulet Temple Run without the Nick GAS logo? I asked for it before and someone did it for me, but all I got was sound. Thanks a bunch!
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on September 11, 2006, 02:14:26 PM
I think the first Temple Game in the Applewood Amulet of Emiliano Zapata (Tierra y libertad!) was the Temple Game used the least out of the whole series. I believe it was used a total of three times: The Applewood Amulet of Emiliano Zapata (Tierra y libertad), The Mask of the Man in the Iron Mask (Grab the keys from the locks), & The Missing Weathermaps of Charles Lindbergh (Spirt of St. Louis). Funny how those aren't even same layouts.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: kamehemeha on September 12, 2006, 02:11:23 AM
Double NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Two bad episodes today:

The Golden Cricket Cage of Khan
The Dried Ear of Corn of Sojourner Truth

WHY, WHY, WHYYYYYYYYY??????????  At this rate, they'll never show the Ruby Earring of Benzibab!  People who previously wanted to see The Walking Stick of Harriet Tubman are probably in my shoes.

Episodes that I have never seen
_________________________

.The Ivory Hunting Horn of Roland
.The Codebook of Mata Hari
.The Sacred Ring of Sultan Suleiman
.The Priceless Portrait of the Polynesian Girl
.The Lion-Headed Bracelet of Chandragupta and...

THE RUBY EARRING OF BENZIBAB!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  Can't they show it already?  If anyone will upload the Ruby Earring, I would be very happy.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: juan833blue on September 12, 2006, 03:12:15 AM
Actually, the Golden Cricket Cage Run was in a word, PITIFUL!!!  The Dried of Corn run should have seen the second player grab the corn within three minutes, but she gets frazzled severly by a temple guard spirit in the Dark Forest.  By the time she gets into the court, she can't grab the corn in time.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 12, 2006, 04:08:40 AM
I like the Dried Ear of Corn episode.


And kahmehaha, just go download the Benzibab temple run from The Mandarin Hand website. I'm sure Renegade won't mind.... because that's what they're there for, right? :x
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Green Monkey on September 12, 2006, 12:10:20 PM
Quote
Could someone please upload the Applewood Amulet Temple Run without the Nick GAS logo? I asked for it before and someone did it for me, but all I got was sound. Thanks a bunch!
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: kamehemeha on September 12, 2006, 12:21:16 PM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
I like the Dried Ear of Corn episode.


And kahmehaha, just go download the Benzibab temple run from The Mandarin Hand website. I'm sure Renegade won't mind.... because that's what they're there for, right? :x


I SAW the Temple Run.  I wanna see the rest.  Jon, please upload that episode next time you post a download.  It just so happens I saw (and taped) Galileo's Cannonball (yes, it was I who e-mailed you about it), so now I'd like the Ruby Earring!
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: kamehemeha on September 13, 2006, 02:12:44 AM
DARN IT! Nick GaS must have heard that I wanted to see the Ruby Earring of Benzibab, but sadlly, we have

The Treasure Map of Jean Lafite, an average episode, as well as
The Upside-Down Compass of Henry Hudson, a pitiful episode.   [/list]
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: kamehemeha on September 13, 2006, 02:13:10 AM
DARN IT! Nick GaS must have heard that I wanted to see the Ruby Earring of Benzibab, but sadlly, we have

The Treasure Map of Jean Lafite, an average episode, as well as
The Upside-Down Compass of Henry Hudson, a pitiful episode.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: juan833blue on September 13, 2006, 02:53:12 AM
The Upside-Down Compass run was pitiful because in the last five seconds of the run, Derek drops the middle piece of the Monkey and Sadly, Time ran out.  This run also had the temple guards in a odd sequence, yet they were just one room away before time ran out.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 13, 2006, 04:09:54 AM
I don't see how the Upside Down Compass is so pitiful.

So he dropped the monkey piece with 2 seconds on the clock.... big deal. They got one room away which is more than can be said for a lot of teams. :?
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on September 13, 2006, 11:37:47 AM
I love how they're showing episodes that were shown LESS THEN A MONTH ago!!!!!
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: kamehemeha on September 14, 2006, 01:56:53 AM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
I love how they're showing episodes that were shown LESS THEN A MONTH ago!!!!!


And I hate it.  I just want to see the Ruby Earring of Benzibab!  But today's episodes are...

The Silver Cannonball of Grandy Nanny
The Missing Portrait of Hans Holbein
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 14, 2006, 04:09:56 AM
Wow, those episodes were shown like... a week ago. :?
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: nicholasm79 on September 14, 2006, 05:43:41 AM
They were shown September 4th. This angers me because I have been trying to get all 120 since July 23rd, and I'm up to 85 episodes (missed a couple here and there) and now they're repeating. Aargh!
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on September 14, 2006, 10:02:27 AM
Same here, but I'm on 24 episodes :D Since September 1st. UGH I HATE HATE HATE FRICKING REPEATS!!!!!!!!!!!
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: juan833blue on September 14, 2006, 10:12:10 AM
Although you may dislike repeats, on the silver cannonball epsiode a few days ago I did NOT see the Temple Games, the Orange Iguanas dominated, but this temple run was like a typical season 2 loss with many detours.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: kamehemeha on September 15, 2006, 01:29:51 AM
Even if they are amazing wins, I just HATE it when t show episodes that were shown less than a month ago, especially is they are shown LESS THAN A WEEK AGO!  :evil:  :evil:  :evil:  :!:  :!:  :!:  :!:  :x    The Ruby Earring of Benzibab was on more than a month ago (I missed it! I MISSED IT!).

The Musselshell Armor of Apanupac
The Lucky  Medallion of Atocha

Were not.   It isn't fair!  How will I see the Ruby Earring now?
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: juan833blue on September 15, 2006, 05:36:17 AM
9/15/2006
The Lucky Medallion of Atocha (Orange Iguanas, success)
The Jeweled Necklace of Montezuma (Red Jaguars, temple run most famous for the second runner not only dropping the middle piece of the silver monkey, but giving up as well.)
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Headbanger15 on September 15, 2006, 07:57:53 AM
Lucky Medallion was pretty good
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on September 15, 2006, 09:56:07 AM
*woos at another repeat*

At least I get 1 new episode for the tapes.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: juan833blue on September 15, 2006, 10:02:07 AM
It's been a while since a new episode of Legends has come into cirulation.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Notundercovercop327 on September 15, 2006, 12:36:35 PM
Something about the lucky medalion. kirk saying "jennifer throws him the pendant and he gives it to the temple guard nice move." had to be a voiceover, Why you ask? first off jennifer did not throw him the pendant second, through out the entire run kirk keeps saying things like, "jennifer might enter if he loses that pendant" and "he's still got that pendant." long after ty loses the pendant to the temple guard. meaning kirk still thought he had it.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: juan833blue on September 15, 2006, 05:08:38 PM
Lucky Medallion of Atocha; Great Episode and a tremendous solo win.

Jeweled Necklace of Montezuma; An average episode and an infamously memorable temple run as Kelly drops the middle piece of the Monkey and cannot get it together in time.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 15, 2006, 05:10:33 PM
I'm home once again this weekend and i was fortunate enough to catch The Jeweled Necklace of Montezuma. I hadn't seen that one in forever, and i had a good laugh at Kelly dropping the monkey body over the edge, THEN still not being able to assemble it when they throw it back to her. If she would've gotten that monkey together quick enough, this episode could've been a close call. :)
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Post by: Bluebarracuda7 on September 16, 2006, 06:04:32 AM
(I was only able to catch today's second episode) :(

The Golden Earring of Henry Morgan: a great second season episode with the Silver Snakes being a smart team, but they had bad luck in the King's Storeroom. But it was funny after the tiebreaker when Shem messed up Kirk's hair  :lol:
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 16, 2006, 06:07:09 AM
Today (Sept 16th, 2006):
The Lost Whale Bone of Pytheas
&
The Golden Earring of Henry Morgan

So, one frustrating loss and one exciting loss. I never really realized how troublesome and time-consuming the objective of the King's Storeroom could be until i saw The Goldren Earring of Henry Morgan episode. Getting unlucky in thta room really makes a difference sometimes.

As for the Whale Bone, Brittany left more than enough time for Damien to get the job done. He enters that temple with 1:21 left on the clock and traverses the bottom floor using the Bog-Shrine ladder to get to the Shrine. By the time he enters the Shrine, there's a mere 25 seconds on the clock.... SLOWEST CONTESTANT EVER! This should have been a win, easily.  :roll:
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Post by: Olmec on September 16, 2006, 07:06:03 AM
Eww reruns.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: nicklegends on September 16, 2006, 09:00:44 AM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
Eww reruns.


Ha! :lol: We've been in them for eleven years, now.

...

Yes, I know what you actually mean. :wink:
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Headbanger15 on September 16, 2006, 10:08:55 AM
I saw the Whalebone just last week!  :x

The Earing of Henry Morgan was good though, even though it was a loss.

But I want either the Benzibab episode, the Heart Pillow or the Nose Ring of Babe the Ox (even though Kirk didn't comentate the temple runs)

ANY temple run that was the best in the series.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Notundercovercop327 on September 16, 2006, 10:26:30 AM
Quote from: ""Headbanger15""
I saw the Whalebone just last week!  :x

But I want either the Benzibab episode, the Heart Pillow or the Nose Ring of Babe the Ox (even though Kirk didn't comentate the temple runs)



yes he did
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: juan833blue on September 16, 2006, 11:18:12 AM
Here are the top five episodes of legends during its three year tenure:
5. The Levitating Dog Leash of Nostradamus (The Floating Leash according to Kirk)
4. The Lost Hornpipe of the Pirate Captain (Kirk sounds like a pirate twice during that show, making it more enjoyable)
3. The Ruby Earring of Benzibab (the only successful team run in less than two minutes and the perhaps the best team run in legends history)
2. The Iron Nose Ring of Babe the Ox (Joel handled the temple and then some.  He never encountered a temple guard and got by a temple spirit in the dark forest.  If he hadn't gone down the central column, this would have been an unbreakable legends record.)
1. The Heart-Shaped Pillow of Annie Taylor (This episode I absolutely love, literally.  This was the only episode that a pillow was the artifact and Missy was the first player to successfully retrieve an artifact in the center of the temple and doing it solo gives me more applause.  Truly the best episode of season 2, if not the entire series.)

Honorable Mention:
The Mussel Shell Armor of Apanupac
The Much Heralded Helmet of Sir Gawain
The Very Tall Turban of Ahmed Baba
The Snake Bracelet of Cleopatra
The Secret Map of the Bandit Queen
The Milkbucket of Freydis
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Headbanger15 on September 16, 2006, 01:37:06 PM
Quote from: ""outer space""
Quote from: ""Headbanger15""
I saw the Whalebone just last week!  :x

But I want either the Benzibab episode, the Heart Pillow or the Nose Ring of Babe the Ox (even though Kirk didn't comentate the temple runs)


yes he did


Yeah, but it was sped up...sort of
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Silver Monkey on September 16, 2006, 03:20:06 PM
In the Golden Earring episode, If Ashley used the key she found in the Dark Forest, this could've been a successful run
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: jfeathe on September 16, 2006, 03:36:29 PM
Quote from: ""Renegade Pancake""
Quote from: ""sag_2006""
At the tail end of the Helmet of Genghis Kahn, Dee announces "Portions of this program were edited not affecting the outcome of the game", a standard game show phrase, but one that (to my knowledge) was never heard again in a Legends ep.
Several season one episodes had that.  They replaced that in seasons two and three with the yellow words that stated the same.


It was used again in the Stone Marker of Leif Erickson
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Notundercovercop327 on September 16, 2006, 04:04:04 PM
in the third season when someone entered the kings stoorroom did any one ever just knock all three pots into the bin at once and then look for the key? it seems like the best stratagy instead of breaking one pot at a time and hoping you find the key
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Post by: The Green Monkey on September 16, 2006, 04:25:42 PM
I don't think anyone did, but I haven't seen all the Temple Runs of Season 3 did. But that's a strategy I would use if I were ever in the temple.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: sag_2006 on September 16, 2006, 04:39:10 PM
Hey guys.  I was kicked out due to plagerism issues, but I'm back.  Seeing as Nick GAS is in a new cycle, and I've already done reviews for almost all the episodes, I'll just be commenting on episodes when I see fit, to avoid further complications.

And, again, sorry for any inconvience I might have caused when writing my reviews.  I tried (and failed) to prose them in my own words.  So, apologies.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: PhantomBPR on September 16, 2006, 04:46:53 PM
Quote from: ""sag_2006""
Hey guys.  I was kicked out due to plagerism issues, but I'm back.  Seeing as Nick GAS is in a new cycle, and I've already done reviews for almost all the episodes, I'll just be commenting on episodes when I see fit, to avoid further complications.

And, again, sorry for any inconvience I might have caused when writing my reviews.  I tried (and failed) to prose them in my own words.  So, apologies.


It's all good man. Just avoid doing it again in the future....or it's Malobolge for you.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: kamehemeha on September 17, 2006, 01:26:39 AM
Quote from: ""Headbanger15""
I want the Benzibab episode


So do I.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: sag_2006 on September 17, 2006, 10:33:52 AM
9/17 Episodes:

Milk Bucket of Freydis (Season 2, painful, but successful run)

Helmet of Genghis Kahn (Season 1, success)

Wow, GAS is acting really odd lately, as far as Legends is concerned.  Two more episodes that were just shown no more than 2 weeks ago.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Mandarin Hand on September 17, 2006, 11:33:20 AM
Perhaps the cancellation of Finders Keepers caused the cycle of shows to start over.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: nicklegends on September 17, 2006, 02:07:00 PM
Quote from: ""Renegade Pancake""
Perhaps the cancellation of Finders Keepers caused the cycle of shows to start over.

That's as logical a reason as I've seen... hopefully they won't be taking away any of their other shows soon.
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Post by: juan833blue on September 17, 2006, 03:02:34 PM
I don't know this, but they just showed the Plumed Headdress of Cosarara on Nick GAS.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on September 17, 2006, 03:10:11 PM
Like today?!
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Post by: juan833blue on September 17, 2006, 05:03:41 PM
Four Episodes today instead of the Usual 2:

Morning/Afternoon:
The Milkbucket of Freydis
The Helmet of Genghis Khan

Evening/Night:
The Collar of Davy Crockett
The Plumed Headdress of Cosarara
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on September 17, 2006, 05:06:22 PM
OK, The Collar of Davy Crocket & The Plumed Headdress of Cosarara better be on tomorrow, or I'll seriously cry.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: SSTwinrova on September 17, 2006, 06:10:27 PM
That actually wouldn't be a bad rotation (same episodes Day 1 Evening/Night and Day 2 Morning/Afternoon)...
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Post by: tss1011 on September 17, 2006, 07:51:05 PM
Showing two sets of episodes would justify all the time slots they give to Legends (besides the fact that it's their best show, of course).
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on September 18, 2006, 01:16:18 AM
No, it wouldn't be good, SSTwinrova, at least for me. I have school in the AM & cross country all fall, so I wouldn't get home until after the morning/afternoon episodes, leaving me only with the evening/night episodes. Unless I wake up freakishly early (as I did today), & I can catch the 6-7 shift.


TODAY'S EPISODES:

The Two-Cornered Hat of Napoleon
The Melted Head of Madame Tussaud
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 18, 2006, 04:14:04 AM
EW, those episodes were just on REALLY recently. :?
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Post by: kamehemeha on September 19, 2006, 01:16:58 AM
Yuck!  More repeats, when they could show the Ruby Earring of Benzibab!  WHY?  Why are they showing the Much-Herralded Helmet of Sir Gawain and the Broken Trident of Poseidon?  I a fed up with their showing a few episodes over and over again!  Can someone upload the Ruby Earring of Benzibab PLEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEASE?
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Post by: juan833blue on September 19, 2006, 03:41:43 AM
Be Patient sir, the Ruby Earring should come up very soon.  Don't Panic, it's going to be all right.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: sag_2006 on September 19, 2006, 10:02:30 AM
Sheesh!  Didn't we just see these episodes last week?!  What the frak is going on here?!
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: kamehemeha on September 19, 2006, 10:45:00 AM
Quote from: ""juan833blue""
Be Patient sir, the Ruby Earring should come up very soon.  Don't Panic, it's going to be all right.


SOON!  Maybe like 5 MONTHS!!! At this rate, it might never air!
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: juan833blue on September 19, 2006, 11:32:37 AM
Hold it, it may be a problem with the Nick GAS Scheduling of Legends each day.  Once that is resolved, it will be back on order.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on September 19, 2006, 11:34:01 AM
I figured by now that once the show Montezuma again in recent reruns (& maybe Davy Crocket & Cosarara :D), they should start with newer episodes, which means maybe Benzibab!
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: juan833blue on September 19, 2006, 11:36:54 AM
Benzibab and maybe Annie Taylor, Babe the Ox and the Pirate Captain, too!!
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 19, 2006, 11:41:01 AM
Or the frickin Pearl Necklace of Gwalior which truly hasn't been shown longer than all of the above mentioned episodes. :roll:
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Post by: juan833blue on September 19, 2006, 03:27:15 PM
Don't forget to bring back Ivan the Terrible, Belle Boyd, the Bandit Queen, Chandragupta, Nostradamus and more.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: kamehemeha on September 20, 2006, 02:10:06 AM
Quote from: ""juan833blue""
Benzibab and maybe Annie Taylor, Babe the Ox and the Pirate Captain, too!!


I have seen Annie Taylor, Babe the ox and the Pirate Captain.  All great episodes.  Sorry to burst your bubble, but I have a LOT of great episodes on tape, including Annie Taylor, Babe the Ox and the Pirate Captain.  To see how many episodes I DON'T have on tape, read my comment below.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: kamehemeha on September 20, 2006, 02:14:47 AM
Quote from: ""juan833blue""
Don't forget to bring back Ivan the Terrible, Belle Boyd, the Bandit Queen, Chandragupta, Nostradamus and more.


Again, I have seen Ivan the Terrible, Belle Boyd, the Bandit Queen and Nostradamus.  I have never seen the Chandragupta one.


EPISODES THAT I HAVEN'T SEEN
.The Ivory Hunting Horn of Roland
.The Codebook of Mata Hari
.The Lion-Headed Bracelet of Chandragupta
.The Priceless Portrait of the Polynesian Girl
.The Sacred Ring of Sultan Suleiman and...

THE RUBY EARRING OF BENZIBAB!!!!

EPISODES THAT I HAVE SEEN, BUT NEED TO TAPE
.The Trojan Horseshoe
.The Pearl Necklace of Gwalior
.The Silk Sash of Mulan
.The War Fan of the 47 Ronin (I hate that episode so much, when I saw it I didn't want to tape it)
.The Bifocal Monicle of One-eyed Jack
.Ponce de Leon and the Lost Fountain of Youth
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Post by: juan833blue on September 20, 2006, 05:32:17 AM
No repeats today!!!!
9/20/2006

The Cracked Crown of the Spanish King
The Dragonlady and the Blue Pearl
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: sag_2006 on September 20, 2006, 06:45:57 AM
Good: Finally, new episodes!

Bad: They're not exactly the best of the bunch.  (Although the second one is very famous.)
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 20, 2006, 08:04:58 AM
The Dragon Lady and the Blue Pearl is definitely the best (if not then only second best the John Sutter and the Map to the Lost Gold Mine) episode of the first season for me. :P

However, the Cracked Crown of the Spanish King is one of the worst episodes ever.
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Post by: The 49th Ronin on September 20, 2006, 08:36:31 AM
I agree with Purple Parrot. An episode doesn't have to be a win to be awesome. And the last-ditch effort grab makes it more dramatic than an average win.

This, along with the Purple Robe of Princess Theodora and the Golden Earring of Henry Morgan are three of the most heart-pounding episodes.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: juan833blue on September 20, 2006, 09:40:27 AM
Trust me, even if the second runner did not get the blue pearl, the Audience still went crazy and their enthusiasm was most prevalent in the blue pearl episode.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 20, 2006, 09:51:07 AM
I like the close losses better than most of the wins.

And yeah, the audience was going NUTS in the Blue Pearl episode! :P
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on September 20, 2006, 11:58:56 AM
if you ask me a close lose is more exciting than close win
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: nicklegends on September 20, 2006, 12:17:24 PM
Quote from: ""outer space""
if you ask me a close lose is more exciting than close win

Really? That was often the case in Legends, but even then I can't say that close acquisitions of the artifact were more exciting than one-second wins... I'd have to think about that.
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Post by: juan833blue on September 20, 2006, 02:55:34 PM
Of the three heart-pounding episodes, only the Golden Earring had the team actually grabbing the artifact, the other two were CLOSE losses without grabbing the lost artifact.
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Post by: TBombMadeEZ on September 20, 2006, 07:38:53 PM
It would be awesome, if you could erase your memory, and watch them all again, and rate which ones are your favorite.

That way you could watch each show from beginning to end, and you wouldn't know who won each round of games, and would be excited for a temple run, just like you were when you were young.

Too bad that is impossible.


I personally think, the race to the gate, is much more exciting and heart pounding than grabbing the artifact in time.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: tss1011 on September 20, 2006, 08:14:29 PM
Yes, if only there was a way we could erase our memories and watch episodes anew...

"Smithers, get the amnesia ray."
"You mean the revolver, sir?"
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: kamehemeha on September 21, 2006, 01:12:13 AM
Quote from: ""outer space""
if you ask me a close lose is more exciting than close win


ARE YOU CRAZY :?:  :?:  :?:  :?:  :?:  :?:  :shock:  :shock:  :shock:  :x

One-second wins rule!
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 21, 2006, 04:11:42 AM
Well, I'm pretty sure i had seen the Dragon Lady and the Blue Pearl episode when i was younger and had forgotten all about it, so when i saw it for the first time in years a couple months ago, it was like seeing it for the first time. :D


PS, the one-second wins are awesome too. I can't decide which i like better... I just know that Galileo's Cannonball really doesn't excite me all that much. :roll:
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Post by: tss1011 on September 21, 2006, 05:24:01 AM
I really like all the one-second wins, with the exception of "The Milk Bucket of Freydis".
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 21, 2006, 07:39:21 AM
You don't liek the Milk Bucket!?!?! *scoffs*

That's my favorite one. :P
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Post by: juan833blue on September 21, 2006, 08:11:53 AM
The Applewood Amulet is my absoulte favorite one-second left victory, although the layout in that episode was too easy.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: kamehemeha on September 21, 2006, 10:26:12 AM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
Well, I'm pretty sure i had seen the Dragon Lady and the Blue Pearl episode when i was younger and had forgotten all about it, so when i saw it for the first time in years a couple months ago, it was like seeing it for the first time. :D


PS, the one-second wins are awesome too. I can't decide which i like better... I just know that Galileo's Cannonball really doesn't excite me all that much. :roll:


WHAT :?:  :?:  :?:  :?:  :?:  :?:  :?:  :!:  :!:  I LOVE Galileo's Cannonball and the Milkbucket of Freydis!  They're my second and third favorite episodes!  Out of the four one-second wins, I like the Applewood Amulet least.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: kamehemeha on September 21, 2006, 10:28:19 AM
Quote from: ""tss1011""
I really like all the one-second wins, with the exception of "The Milk Bucket of Freydis".


YOU'RE CRAZY!  Okay, then if you tell what you think, I'll tell what I think.  I DISLIKE THE MUCH-HERRALDED HELMET OF SIR GAWAIN!  Yes, it's true.  I don't like that episode.
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Post by: juan833blue on September 21, 2006, 10:31:34 AM
9/21-2006
The Comet Embroidered Battleflag of William the Conqueror
(A second runner's mistake in the Ancient Warriors room cost them the trip on the Big Red Boat, but still grabbed the flag in the Chamber before time ran out.)

The Golden Spiderweb of Robert the Bruce
(This show had the biggest cheater in Legends history.  Jeremy of the Green Monkeys cheated in the first temple game, then he passes up a half-pendant in the pit and a Temple Guard in the Quicksand Bog ends the run with less than 30 seconds left, but they would not have reached the spiderweb anyway.)
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: tss1011 on September 21, 2006, 10:35:57 AM
Quote from: ""kamehemeha""

YOU'RE CRAZY!  Okay, then if you tell what you think, I'll tell what I think.  I DISLIKE THE MUCH-HERRALDED HELMET OF SIR GAWAIN!  Yes, it's true.  I don't like that episode.


Um...OK.  Wow, do you always go ballistic whenever someone states an opinion contrary to yours?
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Post by: sag_2006 on September 21, 2006, 10:43:52 AM
Two more "new" episodes.  Looks like GaS is finally starting to get its act together.

And, yes, Jeremy is completely to blame for the Golden Spiderweb loss.  He cost his team the sorely needed second half pendant in his Temple Game by nefarious means, and then, he passed up the half-pendant that should've been his in the first place, and deservedly got ejected by the third temple guard, ending the run.  Of course, the spiderweb was hidden in the center of the Temple, so the team probably wouldn't have made it out, but they could've at least made it to the artifact if it wasn't for Jeremy's boneheadedness.  Last note: Listen for a hilarious Fogg-Up when Kirk intros the Temple Games.
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Post by: juan833blue on September 21, 2006, 11:44:19 AM
During the Golden Spiderweb run, even if the Green Monkeys were thrown out of the Temple in the Quicksand Bog, there was a very good chance that they did not reach the artifact and chances were if they got the artifact, they would have gone through every room of the temple.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Notundercovercop327 on September 21, 2006, 11:49:14 AM
Quote from: ""sag_2006""
Two more "new" episodes.  Looks like GaS is finally starting to get its act together.

And, yes, Jeremy is completely to blame for the Golden Spiderweb loss.  He cost his team the sorely needed second half pendant in his Temple Game by nefarious means, and then, he passed up the half-pendant that should've been his in the first place, and deservedly got ejected by the third temple guard, ending the run.  Of course, the spiderweb was hidden in the center of the Temple, so the team probably wouldn't have made it out, but they could've at least made it to the artifact if it wasn't for Jeremy's boneheadedness.  Last note: Listen for a hilarious Fogg-Up when Kirk intros the Temple Games.


it doesn't even matter that he didn't have a full pendant. even if he did he had 29 seconds to get to the chamber. i doubt that was going to happen
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 21, 2006, 12:11:47 PM
Trying to reach an artifact in the center of the temple from underneath is just impossible... Like, absolutely no chance. Almost all of the episodes in which they would've had to get it from underneath ended in a room pretty far away from the center room, ie. The Missing Portrait, the Ivory Elephant, the Golden Spider Web, the Wattle Bottle/Fountain of Youth.

and as for me not liking Galileo's Cannonball: The camerawork was terrible... shaking the entire time. It's hard for me to watch. Not to mention the layout was simple (as were most season 1 episodes). All that team really had to do was put together the monkey and ride the elevator and run. Jennifer really didn't know where she was going either. Thankfully she was removed before she really screwed up.

The end. :P
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: kamehemeha on September 22, 2006, 02:23:46 AM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
Trying to reach an artifact in the center of the temple from underneath is just impossible... Like, absolutely no chance. Almost all of the episodes in which they would've had to get it from underneath ended in a room pretty far away from the center room, ie. The Missing Portrait, the Ivory Elephant, the Golden Spider Web, the Wattle Bottle/Fountain of Youth.

and as for me not liking Galileo's Cannonball: The camerawork was terrible... shaking the entire time. It's hard for me to watch. Not to mention the layout was simple (as were most season 1 episodes). All that team really had to do was put together the monkey and ride the elevator and run. Jennifer really didn't know where she was going either. Thankfully she was removed before she really screwed up.

The end. :P


Camerawork, shmameawork!
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: juan833blue on September 22, 2006, 05:46:30 AM
More new episodes today on Nick GAS, 9/22-2006:

The Medal of Sir Edmund Hillary (Silver Snakes, ran out of time but acquired artifact)

The Crown of Queen Nzinga (Red Jaguars, Caught by three temple guards and the only episode where a temple guard spirit in the Dark Forest ends a temple run)
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 22, 2006, 08:35:00 AM
The Medal of Sir Edmund Hilary!!!!! BEST INCORRECT STEPS OF KNOWLEDGE ANSWER EVER!!! :D  :D

Olmec: "What mythical creature was Hilary searching for on Mt. Everest? The Abominable Snowman, Jaberwock, or a veloca raptor?"
Blue Baracuda girl: "Veloca Rapt...."
Olmec: "THAT IS INCORRECT!"

Priceless! Rofl!

Anyways, the temple run frustrates me because Tara clmbed down the central shaft to get out of the temple when she would've won had she just taken the bridge. :P


For the Crown of Queen Nzinga, my theory stands: The wall would not have broken down, and Renee would've been forced to find the key and go upto the shrine to assemble the monkey. However, she was doomed for accidentally passing the hidden half pendant. You could tell that once Kirk had pointed that out, she wanted to go back and look for it but figured "screw it" and reached into the tree without trying the busted wall....so we'll never know if it was going to break down or not.

...I was rooting for the Parrots. :?
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Post by: Olmec on September 22, 2006, 11:40:30 AM
Bobby was an awesome Parrot :D
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Post by: sag_2006 on September 23, 2006, 10:32:21 AM
9/23/06:

The Treasure Map of Jean Lafitte
The Upside-Down Compass of Henry Hudson
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Post by: juan833blue on September 23, 2006, 10:50:50 AM
Nyech!!!!      More repeats
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: kamehemeha on September 24, 2006, 01:39:53 AM
As Krankoff would say, Nyech!  Even more repeaats today!

The Silver Cannonball of Grandy Nanny
The Missing Portrait of Habs Holbein
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: juan833blue on September 24, 2006, 05:21:42 AM
More Repeats again??!!!, I'm watching the NFL Today.
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Post by: Olmec on September 24, 2006, 05:39:41 AM
While I'm going to mall, doing homework, & watching The Amazing Race, Celebrity Fit Club, & Flavor of Love.
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Post by: tss1011 on September 24, 2006, 06:46:28 AM
Third time in less than a month...I doubt these two episodes are that popular.   :roll:  Oh well, I'd be watching football anyway, regardless of what episodes are on.
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Post by: Olmec on September 24, 2006, 07:29:30 AM
Better have the Collar of Davy Crocket & the Plumed Headdress of Cosarara tomorrow.
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Post by: nicklegends on September 24, 2006, 07:36:53 AM
Quote from: ""tss1011""
Third time in less than a month...I doubt these two episodes are that popular.   :roll:  Oh well, I'd be watching football anyway, regardless of what episodes are on.

Maybe Nick GaS is trying to make us dislike the channel so it can disappear... There isn't any reason to show the same episodes three times in a month.
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Post by: kamehemeha on September 24, 2006, 07:45:35 AM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
Better have the Collar of Davy Crocket & the Plumed Headdress of Cosarara tomorrow.


Better have the Ruby Earring of Benzibab tomorrow. I have those episodes on tape.  I also have Cosarara on DVD.  You can download that episode from Aaron's site.
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Post by: sag_2006 on September 24, 2006, 10:36:47 AM
Quote from: ""kamehemeha""
As Krankoff would say, Nyech!  Even more repeaats today!

The Silver Cannonball of Grandy Nanny
The Missing Portrait of Habs Holbein


Not to mention, two more not so good episodes.  It's gonna be football for me as well.
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Post by: kamehemeha on September 24, 2006, 12:03:52 PM
I'm watching the Moccasins of Geronimo and the Lucky Pillow of Annie Taylor, or maybe Galileo's Cannonball, the Lost Horn Pipe of the Pirate Captain, or any of the huge collection of episodes that I have on tape.
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Post by: PAK Man on September 24, 2006, 03:22:11 PM
There are so many weird things to notice about The Silver Cannonball of Grandy Nanny. First of all, look how hyper Jonathan (from the Orange Iguanas) is. He's so anxious to jump off the bottom Step of Knowledge, he nearly "runs right out of the arena" after the first temple game, and he takes off his helmet and starts jumping around after winning the third Temple Game. Secondly, notice what terrible luck the Red Jaguars have. After the second Temple Game, the girl just shakes her head in despair, and during the third Temple Game, the Jaguars kept getting the cannonball stuck in between two soldiers, and a couple of times they lost the ball in the slingshot altogether. Also, the contestant introductions are longer than they usually are, the fog is absent from the moat, and the Steps of Knowledge seemed edited.

Also, was it just me, or did the Silver Snakes get sent back during the moat for absolutely no reason in The Missing Portrait of Hans Holbein? They're on the second lilypad, then out of nowhere they turn around and start going back. Maybe it's just me, but I'm pretty sure there was no reason for them to get sent back.
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Post by: tss1011 on September 24, 2006, 04:30:17 PM
Quote from: ""PAK Man""
Also, was it just me, or did the Silver Snakes get sent back during the moat for absolutely no reason in The Missing Portrait of Hans Holbein?


Yes, that confused me as well.  The camera is on the Silver Snakes when they get sent back, and it might have been because the second player's foot touched the water after she crawled onto the second island.  Tough break, but if the Silver Snakes really wanted to win, they wouldn't have fallen a second time.
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Post by: kamehemeha on September 25, 2006, 01:44:11 AM
I am very sorry for pestering Jon and Aaron.  Two repeats, but still, two great episodes.

The Musselshell Armor of Apanupac
The Lucky Medallion of Atocha
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Post by: juan833blue on September 25, 2006, 02:50:08 AM
You may still be watching repeats of Legends, but tonight is the Return of the NFL in New Orleans as the Saints host the archrival Atlanta Falcons in the Superdome for the first time since Hurricane Katrina.
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Post by: Headbanger15 on September 25, 2006, 12:54:51 PM
I haven't seen either episode in quite a while. They were both good.

lol Gator
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Post by: sag_2006 on September 26, 2006, 10:32:19 AM
9/26/06:

Lost Whalebone of Pythius
Golden Earring of Henry Morgan
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 26, 2006, 11:08:42 AM
Still repeating. :?
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on September 26, 2006, 11:51:50 AM
>_<
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Post by: juan833blue on September 26, 2006, 11:51:52 AM
I know the episodes are still repeating but I have a couple of notes from the Golden Earring episode:
1) In the first temple game, Shannon of the Orange Iguanas jumps the gun and kirk made her go back and also when Kirk said "Go!", it took the players a couple of seconds to get started.
2) The Steps of Knowledge had to be the best part of the episode, while it was edited a little bit.

Still a good episode, though.
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Post by: Olmec on September 26, 2006, 12:56:46 PM
I'm just happy it's reruns, because I don't really have time to watch on certain days, like today. I just got back from a cross country meet & have to go to church tonight.
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Post by: kamehemeha on September 26, 2006, 01:15:28 PM
NOOOOOOOO :!:  :!:  :!:  We Want BEN-ZI-BAB! We want BEN-ZI-BAB! Come on, if you've never seen this episode (like me) or want to see it again! We want BEN-ZI-BAB! We want BEN-ZI-BAB! We want BEN-ZI-BAB! BEN-ZI-BEN-ZI-BEN-Zi-BAB! We want BEN-ZI-BAB! We want BEN-ZI-BAB! We want BEN-ZI-BAB! We want BEN-ZI-BAB!...
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 26, 2006, 01:37:11 PM
Actually, we want the Pearl Necklace of Gwalior. :)
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on September 26, 2006, 02:16:38 PM
Quote from: ""kamehemeha""
NOOOOOOOO :!:  :!:  :!:  We Want BEN-ZI-BAB! We want BEN-ZI-BAB! Come on, if you've never seen this episode (like me) or want to see it again! We want BEN-ZI-BAB! We want BEN-ZI-BAB! We want BEN-ZI-BAB! BEN-ZI-BEN-ZI-BEN-Zi-BAB! We want BEN-ZI-BAB! We want BEN-ZI-BAB! We want BEN-ZI-BAB! We want BEN-ZI-BAB!...

I want kamehameha banned, seeing as how we've warned you of this crap in the past.

You've failed to adhere.

Goodbye.
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Post by: nicklegends on September 26, 2006, 04:14:06 PM
Anyway, back on topic... The Whalebone episode was okay overall, but the Golden Earring episode is one of my all-time favoires. If you ask me, it's the most exciting "loss" in the show's history, considering the only goal attainable during the last seconds was to lay hands on the earring, which (was it Shem?) successfully did.
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Post by: Olmec on September 26, 2006, 04:35:12 PM
Yes, it was Shem. I found it funny when he rubbed Kirk's head after the tiebreaker.

Something going on outside of the show?  :shock:
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on September 26, 2006, 06:02:30 PM
Quote from: ""nicklegends""
Quote from: ""Renegade Pancake""
Of course, you probably don't have the intellectual capacity to handle that - or comprehend the burn you just received -  so I'll give you about a week or so to figure it out.
I hate exercising my ability to be a mod of a mod, but Renegade Pankake, there is no reason to flame, which you have blatantly done. I understand you are not content with kamehameha, but we're trying to be a community here...

Understood.  I got caught up in the whole "he clearly doesn't get it" moment.

On-topic: I love the Golden Earring episode.  Shem kicked butt.
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Post by: jfeathe on September 27, 2006, 07:16:20 AM
This may sound weird, but I can stand this temple run. The girl finds the blasted key, and doesn't even try it. She takes the easy way out, plows through the stone wall and is caught by the temple guard. It would have worked because when the boy assembles the monkey, the door from the Shrine to the Forest flies opens. She could have had a incredible solo run had she taken the time to try the key. Also I do believe that the door from the King's Storeroom to Medusa's Lair did open although I'm not completely positive.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 27, 2006, 09:30:00 AM
Yes, it's true that Ashley could've had an amazing solo win, but so could have like a quarter of the contestants. She found the key but got a little confused so she had to make a quick judgement: Either take the time to look for the key hole or move on. She chose to move on and unfortunately it was the wrong decision, BUT it still made for an exciting episode. :P
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Post by: juan833blue on September 27, 2006, 09:50:59 AM
MORE REPEATS AGAIN??!!!!

9/27/2006
The Milkbucket of Freydis (pronounced Free-Das)
The Helmet of Genghis Khan

Nick GAS should stop showing repeats or I am playing video games.
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Post by: sag_2006 on September 27, 2006, 10:06:47 AM
Again with episodes not seen more than a month ago!  Well, at least they're both winners today.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 27, 2006, 01:59:59 PM
At least it's the Milk Bucket of Freydis. <3
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Post by: Headbanger15 on September 27, 2006, 02:38:06 PM
True. Another rare Purple Parrots win.

And a Red Jaguars win....which was as easy as the Mask of Shaka Zulu  :?
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 27, 2006, 03:18:28 PM
All of the Red Jaguar wins were supremely easy layouts.

The only Red episodes that i like are The Two Conered Hat, The Jeweled Necklace, and The Jewel-Encrusted Egg. The rest are pretty suck. :?
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Post by: sag_2006 on September 28, 2006, 05:32:09 AM
They did it again!  They're showing yesterday's episodes again today for some unknown reason.  Gah!
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Post by: nicklegends on September 28, 2006, 08:53:07 AM
Quote from: ""sag_2006""
They did it again!  They're showing yesterday's episodes again today for some unknown reason.  Gah!

Nick GaS is definitely trying to turn our heads away from the show so they can abandon the network.
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Post by: Olmec on September 28, 2006, 11:26:21 AM
No, I want my episodes. I'm up to 31!
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Post by: sag_2006 on September 29, 2006, 10:32:55 AM
Yep, you guessed it, more repeats.

Much Heralded Helmet of Sir Gawain

Broken Trident of Poseidon
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Post by: juan833blue on September 29, 2006, 10:52:02 AM
9/29/2006
Bad News;  More repeats

Good News; It's My Birthday!!!!
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Post by: LazyKenny on September 30, 2006, 01:34:17 AM
9/30/06
The Cracked Crown of the Spanish King
The Dragon Lady and the Blue Pearl

Oh hello people.
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Post by: Olmec on September 30, 2006, 05:21:59 AM
Hi LazyKenny!
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Post by: Headbanger15 on September 30, 2006, 05:32:58 AM
Two more repeats, two more losses, but one unforgettable loss.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on September 30, 2006, 06:51:24 AM
The Girl on the Cracked Crown episode has to be one of the slowest in Legends history. >.<

Anyone notice how long the moat took for this episode? It was like, The Purple Parrots crossed the moat, then all the fog disappeared. There was still like 3 minutes-worth of moat after that too.

I think this is one of very few episode in which Red and Silver both don't make it out of the moat. The only other episodes that i can think of where that happens is The Bullet Riddled Handbag and the Lost Taj Mahal Turban.


As for The Dragon Lady and the Blue Pearl, I just plain love that episode in every way. :P
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Post by: tss1011 on September 30, 2006, 07:21:02 AM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
Anyone notice how long the moat took for this episode? It was like, The Purple Parrots crossed the moat, then all the fog disappeared. There was still like 3 minutes-worth of moat after that too.


Yes, it goes on FOREVER.  It could be the 45-minute moat crossing to which Kirk was referring in the interview.  Come on, how hard is it to walk across a friggin' plank?
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Post by: sag_2006 on September 30, 2006, 09:29:57 AM
Quote from: ""LazyKenny""
9/30/06
The Cracked Crown of the Spanish King
The Dragon Lady and the Blue Pearl

Oh hello people.


Welcome aboard, LazyKenny.
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Post by: Olmec on September 30, 2006, 11:18:13 AM
Tomorrrow's the first day of October. Maybe new month=new episodes?
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Post by: LazyKenny on October 01, 2006, 01:37:13 AM
10/1/06

-The Comet-Embroidered Flag of William the Conqueror
-The Golden Spider Web of Robert the Bruce

I've always wanted to see that one kid try to cheat and get caught. Good day for me.
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Post by: Olmec on October 01, 2006, 09:01:57 AM
They really need to show some episodes that weren't on in September. Or Davy Crocket/Cosarara combo, but I won't get into that. :wink:
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on October 01, 2006, 11:59:51 AM
The Mystical Spellbook of the Imperial Wizard and the Golden Spider Web of Robert the Bruce on Halloween, anyone?
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Post by: PAK Man on October 01, 2006, 12:29:28 PM
Some interesting notes about these episodes;

In The Comet-Embroidered Battle Flag of William the Conqueror, when Kirk is introducing the Green Monkeys, he says "They both have braces!" Did they ask Kirk to announce that on national TV, or did he notice that and think he was being funny?

Also, in the Golden Spider Web of Robert the Bruce, Kirk comments on how the pendents of life protect us from the dreaded temple games. He then continues talking about "us" and how "we'll" go to the temple. Then, he keeps going in and out of a Scottish accent during the third temple game. At the end, he finally gives up and talks normally.
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Post by: nicklegends on October 01, 2006, 12:36:48 PM
Quote from: ""PAK Man""
Also, in the Golden Spider Web of Robert the Bruce, Kirk comments on how the pendents of life protect us from the dreaded temple games. He then continues talking about "us" and how "we'll" go to the temple. Then, he keeps going in and out of a Scottish accent during the third temple game. At the end, he finally gives up and talks normally.

Ah, so THAT was the epiqose he messed that up in. I've been searching for it for a while.
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Post by: LazyKenny on October 02, 2006, 01:34:56 AM
10/02/06

-The Golden Cricket Cage of Khan
-The Dried Ear of Corn of Sojourner Truth

I have been wanting to see the infamous cricket cage run for months.
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Post by: Olmec on October 02, 2006, 05:46:57 AM
I've just been waiting for episodes not from September, haha.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on October 02, 2006, 09:58:30 AM
M'eh, i didn't watch the Dried Ear of Corn the last time it was on so i decided to watch it today before i went back to school.

It's much better than i remember.... really exciting. For some reason the Room of the Ancient Warriors camera looked really dark though. Did anybody else notice the gnarly fall that Eddie took when he let go of the pendulum rope. He slammed right onto the platform! Rofl! When Tess got stuck in the Dark Forest, i had flashbacks of the Bonnet of Dolley Madison (someone needs to upload these two temple runs online :P ). Watching the door open just as time runs out was really exciting to me for some reason. Of course there was plenty of things that this team could've done differently for the win, but oh well.
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Post by: Headbanger15 on October 02, 2006, 02:34:23 PM
Yeah, the Cricket Cage WAS pretty infamous. GO UP TO THE OBSERVATORY! >__<
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Post by: LazyKenny on October 03, 2006, 01:35:38 AM
10/03/06

-The Treasure Map of Jean Lafitte
-The Upside-Down Compass of Henry Hudson
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Post by: Headbanger15 on October 03, 2006, 03:07:21 PM
thank god I didn't watch those today..
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Post by: LazyKenny on October 04, 2006, 01:34:12 AM
Last 6:30 AM episode list until Monday

10/04/06

-The Silver Cannonball of Grandy Nanny
-The Missing Portrait of Hans Holbien

The Silver Cannonball of Grandy Nanny. Featuring an orange iguana who takes off his helmet and throws it in the air a few times celebrating that his team is going to the temple.
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Post by: Headbanger15 on October 04, 2006, 01:44:48 PM
Darn it, neither team made it out....AGAIN! >__<
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Post by: Olmec on October 04, 2006, 02:02:51 PM
Well darn for no Davy Crocket or Cosarara.
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Post by: tss1011 on October 04, 2006, 04:57:51 PM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
Well darn for no Davy Crocket or Cosarara.


Trying to fill the void Kamehameha has left, I see.   :wink:
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Post by: Olmec on October 04, 2006, 05:28:48 PM
At least it's not in all caps in the Room of the Royal Gongs, lmao. I'm not trying to. I just have to emphasize it once in a while. My main focus here is to finish my new fan fic, which I'm in the middle of the Temple Games. Busy schedule with cross country.
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on October 04, 2006, 06:48:38 PM
Quote from: ""tss1011""
Quote from: ""Olmec""
Well darn for no Davy Crocket or Cosarara.

Trying to fill the void Kamehameha has left, I see.   :wink:

Olmec isn't doing this at quite the rate Kamehameha did, so I'm not concerned.

Yet.
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Post by: tss1011 on October 04, 2006, 07:38:11 PM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
At least it's not in all caps in the Room of the Royal Gongs, lmao. I'm not trying to. I just have to emphasize it once in a while. My main focus here is to finish my new fan fic, which I'm in the middle of the Temple Games. Busy schedule with cross country.


Haha, it's all right, man.  Thanks for refraining from typing in all caps.
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Post by: sag_2006 on October 05, 2006, 10:32:56 AM
And, yet again, we get the Musselshell Armor of Apenupec/Lucky Medallion of Atocha combo.  I'm beginning to think GAS thinks the other episodes don't exist.
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Post by: Olmec on October 05, 2006, 12:54:40 PM
Ugh. At this point, who cares about Davy Crockett or Cosarara?! I should have 70 episodes by now. I have 31...
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Post by: PAK Man on October 05, 2006, 03:57:29 PM
Quote from: ""nicklegends""
Nick GaS is definitely trying to turn our heads away from the show so they can abandon the network.


I agree 100% with what you said. If Nick GAS really cared about their viewers, they wouldn't repeat the same episodes over and over again. This doesn't really affect me since I have all 120 episodes on tape, but I feel bad for the people who haven't seen all the episodes yet. It's really unfair that Nick GAS is doing this. Hopefully this will all be straightened out soon enough.

Is Legends the only show they're doing this with?
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on October 05, 2006, 04:51:51 PM
Wow, this makes me pretty grateful I didn't have Nick Gas access for over a month.
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Post by: PAK Man on October 06, 2006, 10:34:29 AM
Don't know if anyone cares, but here are today's episodes;

The Lost Whale Bone of Pythias
The Golden Earring of Henry Morgan

Interesting Notes:
-Look at the expression on the girl from the Orange Iguana's face from the Lost Whale Bone episode. You just know she hates Damien so much for delaying just by that expression.

-After Kirk introduces all the teams in the Golden Earring, look behind him at the Temple. The Room of the Mandarin Hand is the Heart Room! It's the most bizarre thing I've ever seen.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on October 06, 2006, 12:26:01 PM
Quote from: ""PAK Man""
Don't know if anyone cares, but here are today's episodes;

The Lost Whale Bone of Pythias
The Golden Earring of Henry Morgan

Interesting Notes:
-Look at the expression on the girl from the Orange Iguana's face from the Lost Whale Bone episode. You just know she hates Damien so much for delaying just by that expression.

-After Kirk introduces all the teams in the Golden Earring, look behind him at the Temple. The Room of the Mandarin Hand is the Heart Room! It's the most bizarre thing I've ever seen.


Haha, i know exactly what you're talking about there. Brittany looked piiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiissssed. :P
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Post by: Headbanger15 on October 07, 2006, 05:38:10 AM
AAAGGGHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

THE SAME DAMN REPEATS! THE HELMET OF GENGHIS KAHN...and I didn't see the first episode but if it's the Milk Bucket of Fredus, I'm clueless!!!
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Post by: PhantomBPR on October 07, 2006, 07:01:37 AM
Something tells me that GaS seems to do repeats constantly........
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on October 07, 2006, 08:55:16 AM
I know, I don't know why that is. Like I said, I'm pretty lucky I didn't have Nick GaS access (and still don't) for over a month.
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on October 07, 2006, 09:13:16 PM
Quote from: ""PhantomBPR""
Something tells me that GaS seems to do repeats constantly........

I know.  It's as if they haven't shown a new episode of a show in years.

Oh, wait.
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Post by: kamehemeha on October 08, 2006, 01:44:30 AM
I'M BACK! How? I have no. idea.  But I'm glad to be back.  GREAT NEWS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  Episodes that weren't on in September!

The Lost Lion Tail of Little John
The Lost Logbooks of Magellan
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Post by: Kate on October 08, 2006, 04:00:09 AM
Finally, they're showing some different episodes! I hope they continue..

As much as I love the Milk Bucket of Freydis, I was tired of seeing it once a week.

Yeah, and hi, because I'm new. I've been reading posts for a while, I just never registered.
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Post by: PAK Man on October 08, 2006, 06:12:33 AM
Welcome to the forum, Kate!

Did anybody notice that the Temple Game introductory music was playing when Kirk was telling the kids about the temple during the Lost Logbooks episode?

I'm not a big fan of the Lost Lion Tail episode. Both of the players, especially Claude, the backrunner, seemed very slow. The team they were facing in the Temple Games would have won if it weren't for them dropping the "Petite Jean" sign during the third one. How embarrassing!

As a side note, I have both of these episodes on tape from 1994. The Lost Lion Tail episode is from its original airing.
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on October 08, 2006, 07:02:04 AM
Quote from: ""PAK Man""
Welcome to the forum, Kate!

Did anybody notice that the Temple Game introductory music was playing when Kirk was telling the kids about the temple during the Lost Logbooks episode?

I'm not a big fan of the Lost Lion Tail episode. Both of the players, especially Claude, the backrunner, seemed very slow. The team they were facing in the Temple Games would have won if it weren't for them dropping the "Petite Jean" sign during the third one. How embarrassing!

As a side note, I have both of these episodes on tape from 1994. The Lost Lion Tail episode is from its original airing.


Now if i were on the silver snakes and had dropped the sign I probably would have cried all day.
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Post by: PhantomBPR on October 08, 2006, 07:03:13 AM
Quote from: ""kamehemeha""
I'M BACK! How? I have no. idea.  But I'm glad to be back.  GREAT NEWS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  Episodes that weren't on in September!

The Lost Lion Tail of Little John
The Lost Logbooks of Magellan


Um dude, do you even read your email? I sent you two emails telling you about the length of your ban time, it was a one week ban.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on October 08, 2006, 07:09:41 AM
Yay new (well... old...) episodes! :P

I personally really like the Lost Lion Tail of Little John. Maybe it's just because ofthe Purple Parrots came out on top, BUT i actually think that the temple games are the highlight of this episode. :wink:

The Lost Logbooks of Magellan is a good episode. If the team didn't take unnecessary detours into the Room of Harmonic Convergance, this could've been a win. Oh well.
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on October 08, 2006, 07:12:20 AM
one thing i noticed watching the lost lion tail. this episode plays the "ancient wheels" moat game. yet after the third temple game during a pan to the audience we see notted rope as ussed in the swing across the moat on the rope version of the crossing.

oh and both of todays items are "lost"
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Post by: Olmec on October 08, 2006, 07:39:09 AM
Yaya, I will have 33 episodes now!
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Post by: tss1011 on October 08, 2006, 07:44:56 AM
Welcome aboard, Kate!

I hate the Lost Lion Tail.  Two dim-witted players, the second of whom took forever to figure out he could bust through the wall in the Dark Forest.  I'm not sure how much better the Silver Snakes would have fared in the temple, but it was heartbreaking to see them choke in the third game after having the lead.  Also, before I saw the episode, I thought it was about Robin Hood.
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Post by: kamehemeha on October 08, 2006, 12:18:10 PM
The Temple Run was bad because of dim-witted contestants, but I liked the Legends and Temple Games.  "Sacre Bleu!"
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on October 08, 2006, 12:29:37 PM
How was the frontrunner in the Lost Lion Tail dimwitted? Her only real problem was in the Rock Quarry where she missed the bucket.

The second runner on the other hand. He was pretty clueless. >.<
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Post by: juan833blue on October 08, 2006, 05:31:31 PM
Did you also notice that during the moat crossing, the Green Monkeys hesitated on hitting the gong.  This was an awful episode, to say the least.
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Post by: Olmec on October 08, 2006, 05:35:17 PM
Quote from: ""juan833blue""
Did you also notice that during the moat crossing, the Green Monkeys hesitated on hitting the gong.  This was an awful episode, to say the least.


I was dying. *sigh* This episode's always good for some laughs. Sadly, that's about all it's good for.
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Post by: Headbanger15 on October 08, 2006, 05:44:14 PM
The Lost Logbooks of Magellan....well, it's obvious the door from the Swamp to the Tomb wasn't going to open and the door up to the Room of the Golden Idols NEVER opens from the Swamp. Yeah, pretty much an exact replica of DEvinci's Paintbrush.

One question...WAS there a button from the Swamp to the Golden Idols room?
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on October 08, 2006, 05:50:12 PM
Quote from: ""Headbanger15""
The Lost Logbooks of Magellan....well, it's obvious the door from the Swamp to the Tomb wasn't going to open and the door up to the Room of the Golden Idols NEVER opens from the Swamp. Yeah, pretty much an exact replica of DEvinci's Paintbrush.

One question...WAS there a button from the Swamp to the Golden Idols room?

Um... the door from The Room of the Harmonic Convergence to the Swamp was locked.... The Harmonic Convergence was a dead end all together.

Yes, there was a button for the upward door. Many contestants have tried to use it and have hit the buttons.
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Post by: kamehemeha on October 09, 2006, 01:15:17 AM
Last night, I saw a shooting star.  I wished the Ruby Earing of Benzibab would be on today.  Instead, we got..

The Much-Heralded Helmet of Sir Gawain
???????????????????????????????????
I just hope the second one is not the Broken Trident.  I don't know why, but I HATE the Helmet of Sir Gawain episode, and every time it comes on, I begin to hate it more and more.  Am I the only one?
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Post by: Kate on October 09, 2006, 03:48:05 AM
Thanks for the welcome!

Ugh... not this episode again.. Just when I thought they might start showing some different episodes.  :roll:
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Post by: juan833blue on October 09, 2006, 03:54:04 AM
Trust me, I'm watching the Ravens in Denver tonight on "Monday Night Football".
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Post by: Olmec on October 09, 2006, 06:18:34 AM
Quote from: ""juan833blue""
Trust me, I'm watching the Ravens in Denver tonight on "Monday Night Football".


It'll be Wife Swap for me.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on October 09, 2006, 06:29:34 AM
Wow, another re-run? Weird, lucky for me if I wanted to watch the Sir Gawain episode I could just go to YouTube.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on October 09, 2006, 08:45:51 AM
Well, at least they showed signs of catching on by showing less recent episodes yesterday... Hopefully they'll pick it up soon.
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Post by: juan833blue on October 09, 2006, 09:21:01 AM
Hopefully, with a little luck and patience, we might get to see Gwalior, Annie Taylor, Billy the Kid, Ahmed Baba, Benzavov and others before the end of the year.
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Post by: kamehemeha on October 09, 2006, 09:30:30 AM
Quote from: ""juan833blue""
Hopefully, with a little luck and patience, we might get to see Gwalior, Annie Taylor, Billy the Kid, Ahmed Baba, Benzavov and others before the end of the year.


What's so good about Gwalior?  It was a good episode, but It wasn't stellar.  I forgot to tape it when It came on, so
I'd be glad to see it.  I have Annie Taylor, Billy the Kid and Ahmed Baba on tape (I have Annie Taylor on DVD as well, along with Cosarara, Geronimo, Icarus and Emiliano Zapata.)
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Post by: kamehemeha on October 09, 2006, 10:58:11 AM
Here is a list of episodes that I have seen.
*= have yet to tape
?= Cannot find tape episode is on
DVD= Have on DVD as well as tape

Galileo's Cannonball
Wild Bill Hickok and the Dead Man's Hand
Elizabeth I's Golden Ship
John Henry's Lost Hammer
The Golden Cricket Cage of Khan
John Sutter and the Map to the Lost Gold Mine
The Helmet of Genghis Khan
The Keys to the Alhambra
The Pendant of Kamehemeha
The Star of Sultan Saladin
The Trojan Horseshoe*
Henry VIII's Great Seal
The Lost Logbooks of Magellan
The Lucky Pig of Amelia Earhart
The Moccasins of Geronimo DVD
Blackbeard's Treasure Map
Ponce de Leon and the Lost Fountain of Youth?
The Golden Cup of Belshazzar
The Oracle Bowl of Delphi
The Paintbrush of Leonardo Da Vinci
The Treasure Map of Jean Lafitte
The Belly Button of Buddha
The Golden Chains of Zenobia
The Helmet of Joan of Arc
The Stolen Arm of Shiva
The Stone Marker of Leif Eriksson
The Golden Jaguar of Atahualpa
Alexander and the Gordian Knot
The Mask of Shaka Zulu
The Medal of Sir Edmund Hillary
The Silver Saddle Horn of Hannibal
King Tut's Cobra Staff
Pecos Bill's Lost Lariat
Robin Hood and Marian's Ladder
The Dragon Lady and the Blue Pearl
Lawrence of Arabia's Headdress
The Collar of Davy Crockett
The Snake Bracelet of Cleopatra
The Treasure of Anne Bonny
The Golden Stallion of Ali Baba
The Silver Cannonball of Grandy Nanny
The Silver Horseshoe of Butch Cassidy
The Apple Wood Amulet of Emiliano Zapata
The Bone Necklace of the Blackfeet Chief
The Cracked Crown of the Spanish King
The Diary of Dr. Livingstone*
The Electrified Key of Benjamin Franklin
The Lucky Pillow of Annie Taylor DVD
The Imperial Purple Robe of Empress Theodora
The Lost Love Letter of Captain John Smith
The Lucky Medallion of Atocha
The Mush Pot Hat of Johnny Appleseed
The Stone Head of the Evil King
The Walking Stick of Harriet Tubman
The Crown of Queen Nzinga
The Enormous Iron Nose Ring of Babe the Ox
The Ivory Elephant of Scheherazade
The Jeweled Necklace of Montezuma
The Lost Lion Tail of Little John
The Mask of the Man in the Iron Mask
The Missing Eye of David
The Plumed Headdress of Cosarara DVD
The Shriveled Hand of Efoua
The Two-Cornered Hat of Napoleon
The Very Tall Turban of Ahmed Baba
The Golden Goblet of Atilla the Hun
The Leopard Skin Cloak of Annie Oakley
The Silk Sash of Mulan*
The Snakeskin Boots of Billy the Kid
The Bonnet of Dolley Madison
The Broken Wing of Icarus DVD
The Golden Earring of Henry Morgan
The Golden Pepperoni of Catharine de' Medici
The Levitating Dog Leash of Nostradamus
The Milk Bucket of Freydis
The Missing Weather Maps of Charles Lindbergh
The Secret Battle Plan of Nathan Hale
The Bent Shaving Pan of Jedediah Smith
The Bifocal Monocle of One-Eyed Jack?
The Broken Trident of Poseidon
The Bullet-Riddled Handbag of Belle Boyd
The Comet-Embroidered Battle Flag of William the Conqueror
The Discarded Seal of Ivan the Terrible
The Dried Apple Half of William Tell
The Dried Ear of Corn of Sojourner Truth
The Enormous Feather of the Me Linh
The Golden Spider Web of Robert the Bruce
The Good-Luck Watch of Empress Eugenie
The Jewel-Encrusted Egg of Catherine the Great
The Jeweled Scabbard of Sforza
The Lily-Crested Crown of Clovis I
The Lion-Slashed Jacket of Sacagawea
The Lost Hornpipe of the Pirate Captain
The Lost Taj Mahal Turban of Aurangzeb*
The Lost Whalebone of Pytheas
The Marble Armrest of Xerxes
The Melted Head of Madame Tussaud
The Metal Beard of the Egyptian Queen
The Missing Portrait of Hans Holbein
The Much-Heralded Helmet of Sir Gawain
The Mummified Hand of the Egyptian King
The Mussel Shell Armor of Apanupac
The Mysterious Manuscript of Mary Shelley
The Mystical Spellbook of the Imperial Wizard
The Pearl Necklace of Gwalior*
The Red Sash of Tokugawa Ieyasu
The Royal Torque of Queen Boadicea
The Secret Map of the Bandit Queen
The Smashed Printing Plate of Frederick Douglass
The Snow Cone of Mount Kilimanjaro
The Thornwood Gavel of Judge Roy Bean*
The Upside-Down Compass of Henry Hudson
The Useless Map of the Chibcha Chieftain
The War Fan of the 47 Ronin*
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Post by: Olmec on October 09, 2006, 02:13:51 PM
Quote from: ""kamehemeha""
Quote from: ""juan833blue""
Hopefully, with a little luck and patience, we might get to see Gwalior, Annie Taylor, Billy the Kid, Ahmed Baba, Benzavov and others before the end of the year.

What's so good about Gwalior?  It was a good episode, but It wasn't stellar.  I forgot to tape it when It came on, so
I'd be glad to see it.  I have Annie Taylor, Billy the Kid and Ahmed Baba on tape (I have Annie Taylor on DVD as well, along with Cosarara, Geronimo, Icarus and Emiliano Zapata.)


Well Purple Parrots Fan (or The Purple Parrot, get them mixed up. The one who doesn't have GaS at his college or something) fell asleep the last time they showed it. It's like how I was with Walking Sick (& now with Collar & Plumed Headdress), & how you are with Ruby Earring.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on October 09, 2006, 03:26:15 PM
No, I haven't seen the Pearl Necklace Of Gwailor, period. The Purple Parrot was the one that fell asleep while watching it. Also, its Renegade (sp?) who doesn't get GaS @ his college. Just thought I'd clear things up. :wink:
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on October 09, 2006, 03:44:38 PM
It's me that fell asleep during the last airing of Gwalior, but i also don't get GaS at college.... who does? :shock:  I guess people living off campus could get it if they could afford it, but i live in a dorm.
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Post by: kamehemeha on October 10, 2006, 01:19:51 AM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
It's like how I was with Walking Sick (& now with Collar & Plumed Headdress), & how you are with Ruby Earring.


Did you know that you can DOWNLOAD the Plumed Headdress?
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Post by: Kate on October 10, 2006, 02:36:50 AM
Today's Episodes(10/10):

The Cracked Crown of the Spanish King
The Dragon Lady and the Blue Pearl
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Post by: Olmec on October 10, 2006, 12:30:11 PM
Quote from: ""kamehemeha""
Quote from: ""Olmec""
It's like how I was with Walking Sick (& now with Collar & Plumed Headdress), & how you are with Ruby Earring.

Did you know that you can DOWNLOAD the Plumed Headdress?


My computer doesn't have enough space for that.

& can't you also download the Ruby Earring of Benizbab, at least the Temple Run? From Renegade Pancake's site (The Room of the Mandarin Hand)?




I'm happy for no new episodes, since I have other things to do.
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Post by: LazyKenny on October 10, 2006, 07:28:06 PM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
& can't you also download the Ruby Earring of Benizbab, at least the Temple Run? From Renegade Pancake's site (The Room of the Mandarin Hand)?


Rapidshare doesn't last forever. Benzibab and some other runs does not work because the file is "expired" or whatever.
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Post by: kamehemeha on October 11, 2006, 01:14:08 AM
I burned the Benzibab Temple Run to DVD.  But, I want to see all of it, let's change the subject.
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Post by: Olmec on October 11, 2006, 11:59:46 AM
Anyone know today's episodes? I'll catch the 7-8 shift.
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Post by: PAK Man on October 11, 2006, 06:47:56 PM
The first episode was the Comet-Embroidered Battle Flag of William the Conqueror. Didn't see the second one, but it was most likely a repeat.
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Post by: Kate on October 12, 2006, 02:34:14 AM
The second one yesterday was The Golden Spiderweb of Robert the Bruce.

Today's Episodes:
The Golden Cricket Cage of Khan(ugh)
The Dried Ear of Corn of Sojourner Truth
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Post by: Headbanger15 on October 12, 2006, 02:33:59 PM
we are so screwed -_-
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Post by: kamehemeha on October 13, 2006, 01:12:04 AM
Ugh, Friday the 13th repeats.

The Treasure Map of Jean Laffite
The Upside-Down Compass of Henry Hudson :roll:  :x   :x

When I saw that it was a Season 1 episode, I hoped it would be the Codebook of Mata Hari (I have never seen it) but it was Jean Laffite... Again!
"NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!" I yelled.
I'm begining to think Nick GaS thinks the other episodes (Including Benzibab and Chandragupta) don't exist.  Will I ever see the Ruby Earring? Will I ever see the Lion-Headed Bracelet? Will I ever see the Ivory Hunting Horn of Roland?  Will I ever see The Codebook of Mata Hari or the Priceless Portrait or the Sacred Ring?  Or will the dreaded people who work at Nick GaS make the larger portion of episodes long forgotten? Luclily, I have 108 episodes on tape.  But what of the 6 episodes I need to get on tape?   And the 6 episodes that I have never seen and need to get on tape?  Will I be able to tape all 120 episodes?
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on October 13, 2006, 12:51:26 PM
Wow, they are showing those again? That's just weird...
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Post by: juan833blue on October 13, 2006, 01:01:09 PM
I'm watching baseball today; specifically the ALCS & NLCS.
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Post by: PAK Man on October 14, 2006, 05:43:28 AM
Saturday's episodes:

The Silver Cannonball of Grandy Nanny
The Missing Portrait of Hans Holbein

Not sure if I've posted this already, but I have the Silver Cannonball episode from its original airing in 1994, and the same goes for the Missing Portrait in 1995.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on October 14, 2006, 09:52:20 AM
More repeats...I remember seeing both episodes before I moved into my new house last month.
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Post by: juan833blue on October 14, 2006, 09:55:07 AM
I'm watching College Football, the ALCS (A potential Detroit Tigers Sweep), and the NLCS Today.  I hate repeats.
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Post by: Olmec on October 15, 2006, 06:05:00 AM
SUNDAY 10/15/06:

The Mussel Shell Armor of Apanupac
The Lucky Medallion of Atocha
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Post by: kamehemeha on October 15, 2006, 07:13:08 AM
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Post by: juan833blue on October 15, 2006, 07:40:27 AM
I'm watching the NFL and the NLCS Today.
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Post by: Headbanger15 on October 15, 2006, 08:54:26 AM
Quote from: ""juan833blue""
I'm watching the NFL and the NLCS Today.


Today, it's the Giants against Atlanta. Go Giants...even though this is completely off-topic from the thread lol
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Post by: sag_2006 on October 15, 2006, 10:46:00 AM
If I may make a suggestion... I think a lock is probably in order, seeing as GAS keeps insisting on airing the same episodes over and over.  Just a suggestion.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on October 15, 2006, 11:27:11 AM
Yeah...by the looks of it, they haven't aired a different group of episodes in a very, very long time. Plus no one is really writing reviews for episodes anymore. But keep the topic around though, its still pretty interesting to read.
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on October 15, 2006, 12:03:50 PM
i think we should keep it but just not mark in it unless gas airs something different.
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Post by: kamehemeha on October 15, 2006, 12:21:58 PM
Here is something I am doing.  Every day, I will create a wikipedia entry for every episode.  Today, I made an incredibly detailed decription of Galileo's Cannonball.
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Post by: PAK Man on October 15, 2006, 12:57:25 PM
Quote from: ""sag_2006""
If I may make a suggestion... I think a lock is probably in order, seeing as GAS keeps insisting on airing the same episodes over and over.  Just a suggestion.


Don't forget, they aired two different episodes a couple weeks ago. I disagree that the topic should be locked, but if Nick GAS continues to air reruns of Legends constantly, then something should be done about the topic. Locking it is a bad idea, though.
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on October 16, 2006, 06:33:12 PM
Quote from: ""kamehemeha""
Here is something I am doing.  Every day, I will create a wikipedia entry for every episode.  Today, I made an incredibly detailed decription of Galileo's Cannonball.

Now that's a productive addition to the forum atmosphere.
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Post by: tss1011 on October 16, 2006, 09:00:45 PM
Quote from: ""kamehemeha""
Here is something I am doing.  Every day, I will create a wikipedia entry for every episode.  Today, I made an incredibly detailed decription of Galileo's Cannonball.


Just looked at the Galileo summary and I liked it.  On a side note, "Actor/director/singer" Kirk Fogg cracked me up...now I want to hear Mr. Fogg's vocal stylings.
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Post by: LazyKenny on October 17, 2006, 01:33:07 AM
10/17/06

-The Useless Map of the Chibcha Chieftain
-The Lucky Pillow of Annie Taylor

I thought for sure the first episode was gonna be The Much Heralded Helmet of Sir Gawain.

One thing to look out for in the useless map run, the door to the observatory opened when the frontrunner knocked down the thing in the pit. Had she climbed up and went directly into the King's Storeroom, the results of the run would have been very different.

I think the series of "repeats" is over.
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Post by: kamehemeha on October 17, 2006, 02:09:21 AM
Quote from: ""tss1011""
Quote from: ""kamehemeha""
Here is something I am doing.  Every day, I will create a wikipedia entry for every episode.  Today, I made an incredibly detailed decription of Galileo's Cannonball.

Just looked at the Galileo summary and I liked it.  On a side note, "Actor/director/singer" Kirk Fogg cracked me up...now I want to hear Mr. Fogg's vocal stylings.


I've heard him sing before.  I think it was called "Darkness in the Center".
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Post by: juan833blue on October 17, 2006, 04:38:39 AM
Good Golly, Annie Taylor is Back!!!!!!
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Post by: tss1011 on October 17, 2006, 05:19:21 AM
Ah yes, I think Kirk mentioned the singing in his radio interview.  Also be sure to look for his upcoming album of standards, "A Fogg-y Day" (alternate title: "Come Fogg With Me").

Really, where have any of our lives been without Missy?
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on October 17, 2006, 08:27:33 AM
Missy = Best. Contestant. Ever.

Just an overall amazing episode. <3

Hopefully things are back on track on the GaS channel. :wink:
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Post by: Kate on October 17, 2006, 10:52:11 AM
This morning I was so surprised to see Annie Taylor on! I really hope they're starting to show different ones after this..

It's one of my favorite episodes. Missy's great.
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Post by: Headbanger15 on October 17, 2006, 11:30:42 AM
HORRAY! The lucky pillow! ^__________^
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Post by: sag_2006 on October 17, 2006, 02:37:29 PM
Finally, an episode they haven't shown in less than a month!  Let's hope this stays like this.
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Post by: juan833blue on October 17, 2006, 02:42:38 PM
A bad temple run followed by an absolutely fantastic temple run, cool.
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Post by: kamehemeha on October 18, 2006, 01:17:20 AM
Quote from: ""tss1011""
Ah yes, I think Kirk mentioned the singing in his radio interview.  Also be sure to look for his upcoming album of standards, "A Fogg-y Day" (alternate title: "Come Fogg With Me").

Really, where have any of our lives been without Missy?


he never mentioned he never said that in his radio interview!  I remember on a radio channel stumbling upon this song called "Paerntal Guidance: Explicit Content", a very weird heavy metal song, and ever five times the guy singing it (in this intance, Kirk) cursed, he yelled out the number.  When I heard it, I noticed that the person singing was Kirk Fogg!  I also heard the afformentioned "Darkness in the Center on the radio.  I am almost positive that Kirk was singing both of them, although I am not 100% sure.
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Post by: LazyKenny on October 18, 2006, 01:34:31 AM
10/18/06

-The Two-Cornered Hat of Napoleon
-The Melted Head of Madame Tussaud

I seriously think if the Mine Shaft-Shrine door opened, the Napoleon run would have been a victory.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on October 18, 2006, 04:09:45 AM
Quote from: ""LazyKenny""
10/18/06

-The Two-Cornered Hat of Napoleon
-The Melted Head of Madame Tussaud

I seriously think if the Mine Shaft-Shrine door opened, the Napoleon run would have been a victory.

Technicallly, they're bth Napoleon episodes. :P

But yeah, i get what you mean and i agree. Carly wouldn't have had to takethe elevator and she would've had more than enough to time get out.
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Post by: Olmec on October 18, 2006, 09:48:14 AM
Yeah, I found it a cool coincidence (if it is one) that both are from the same era, both in France. I also find it that they're reruns.
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Post by: juan833blue on October 18, 2006, 10:42:26 AM
I know those episodes are repeats, but they were not shown in over a month.
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on October 18, 2006, 11:42:42 AM
Quote from: ""LazyKenny""
10/18/06

-The Two-Cornered Hat of Napoleon
-The Melted Head of Madame Tussaud

I seriously think if the Mine Shaft-Shrine door opened, the Napoleon run would have been a victory.


the door might have opened but the problem was it was so dark in the mineshaft she couldn't find the actuator
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Post by: LazyKenny on October 19, 2006, 01:32:48 AM
10/19/06

-The Much Heralded Helmet of Sir Gawain
-The Broken Trident of Poseidon

Heres a message from GaS to this forum: PSYCHE
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on October 19, 2006, 02:51:05 AM
for a second there I had hope
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Post by: sag_2006 on October 19, 2006, 10:09:46 AM
Quote from: ""LazyKenny""
10/19/06

-The Much Heralded Helmet of Sir Gawain
-The Broken Trident of Poseidon

Heres a message from GaS to this forum: PSYCHE


Are you sure these are the episodes for today?  'Cause I'm seeing the Thornwood Gavel of Judge Roy Bean in the 2:00 PM block.
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Post by: LazyKenny on October 19, 2006, 10:15:46 AM
Quote from: ""sag_2006""
Quote from: ""LazyKenny""
10/19/06

-The Much Heralded Helmet of Sir Gawain
-The Broken Trident of Poseidon

Heres a message from GaS to this forum: PSYCHE

Are you sure these are the episodes for today?  'Cause I'm seeing the Thornwood Gavel of Judge Roy Bean in the 2:00 PM block.


Absolutely certain although that was the 6 AM block. I just turned it on and they're showing the Thornwood Gavel of Judge Roy Bean too...

Could this mean that we're now going to get more than 2 episodes a day or GaS aired the 2 episodes on the 6 AM block by accident
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Post by: sag_2006 on October 19, 2006, 10:36:19 AM
And, the 2:30 episode is...

The Lost Taj Mahal Turban of Aurangzeb

Hmm, I don't recall the last time GaS aired this one.  A tough design here, containing Temple Guards that were hard to avoid.  Christine passes up the half pendant in the Pit and subsequently runs into the Temple Guard that ends the run.
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Post by: Kate on October 19, 2006, 11:51:54 AM
They did show The Much Heralded Helmet at 6 AM, I saw it too. I turned it on at 3, and was happy to see some non-repeats on.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on October 19, 2006, 12:47:20 PM
Oh, so they did show less recent episodes today? That's good news. :P
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Post by: juan833blue on October 19, 2006, 12:50:19 PM
Good News: New Episodes
Not-so Good News: Both losses; one run ran out of time while the other ended via temple guard in the
QuickSand Bog.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: TBombMadeEZ on October 19, 2006, 08:37:28 PM
Does anyone know if they've actually been showing different episodes throughout the day?

I though earlier in the thread, there was mention of this, and then it got blown off.

Maybe they show an episode, everyone on the board reads it, and then doesn't watch later in the day (why would you?)

What if the episodes that people wanted to air, aired and nobody knew it?
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: kamehemeha on October 20, 2006, 01:55:13 AM
If I miss Benzibab, boy will I be enraged.  I did have a dream last night that I saw the Ruby Earring.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: nicklegends on October 20, 2006, 04:50:57 AM
Quote from: ""kamehemeha""
If I miss Benzibab, boy will I be enraged.  I did have a dream last night that I saw the Ruby Earring.

We haven't figured that out already...

Stop with the Benzibab! There are a number of people on this board who haven't seen quite all the episodes, but you are the ony one who resorts to posting about the episode every single day it does not appear. It annoys others, and it's not productive in the slightest. You have been warned time and time again for saying things like this. How much further will you stretch it?

...Anyway, I'm not sure about that different episode thing. I don't get a chance to watch the show in the afternoon nowadays, but I might be able to check from time to time.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Silver Monkey on October 20, 2006, 04:39:18 PM
10/20/06

The Cracked Crown of the Spanish King
The Dragon Lady and the Blue Pearl

Gah, more repeats >_<
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: juan833blue on October 20, 2006, 05:11:53 PM
Did you notice in the Cracked Crown episode that the girl on the Green Monkeys was named Winter?
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: tss1011 on October 20, 2006, 08:16:40 PM
I would have loved to hear Olmec say, "Very well, Winter!"
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: kamehemeha on October 21, 2006, 01:40:25 AM
So would I!
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on October 21, 2006, 06:29:35 AM
She sucked at her temple game. It was that "hold onto the spinning horse" game and she fell off within like 8 seconds. :shock:
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: sag_2006 on October 21, 2006, 10:35:55 AM
*headdesk* Well, we were doing so well, but here come the repeats again.

Comet Embroidled Battle Flag of William the Conquerer

Golden Spider Web of Robert the Bruce
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on October 21, 2006, 02:08:31 PM
I thought we had somewhat of a system going again (new episodes every other day), but I guess it's not :'(
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on October 22, 2006, 01:07:52 PM
The Golden Cricket Cage of Khan
The Dried Ear of Corn of Sojourner Truth
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: juan833blue on October 22, 2006, 03:48:19 PM
Damn, Repeats??!!!, I'm watching Game 2 of the World Series tonight.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: sag_2006 on October 23, 2006, 07:54:41 AM
It's bad enough that the Golden Cricket Cage of Kahn is undoubtedly the single most horrid Temple Run of all time, but when GaS insists on airing it at least once a week, it gets even more aggrivating.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Silver Monkey on October 23, 2006, 01:04:49 PM
What are today's episodes?
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: juan833blue on October 23, 2006, 02:52:11 PM
Sadly, more Repeats, oh, boy
The Treasure Map of Jean Laffite
The Upside-Down Compass of Henry Hudson, UGH!!
I'm watching the Giants-Cowboys tilt on MNF tonight.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on October 23, 2006, 03:10:24 PM
Wife Swap <33333

Repeats
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Nickgas-misser on October 24, 2006, 01:32:50 AM
the days EPS:
The Silver Cannonball of Grandy Nanny
The Missing Portrait of Hans Holbein
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Mandarin Hand on October 24, 2006, 09:49:55 AM
I've actually never seen the Grandy Nanny episode.  It'd be dandy if someone could cap that.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: kamehemeha on October 24, 2006, 12:20:31 PM
Get Nick GaS and you're gonna see it in a week (I hpe not)!
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on October 25, 2006, 03:44:44 PM
Today was the Mussel Shell Armor of Apanupac & The Lucky Medallion of Atcoha. More reruns.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: juan833blue on October 26, 2006, 09:49:40 AM
More repeats AGAIN???!!!!!  Damn It!!!!
The Lost Whalebone of Pythias
The Golden Earring of Henry Morgan

I am watching game 4 of the world series tonight!
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: sag_2006 on October 27, 2006, 10:09:02 AM
Looks like it's the Milk Bucket of Freydis/Helmet of Genghis Kahn combo today.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on October 27, 2006, 01:37:11 PM
Dang dang dang!
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Notundercovercop327 on October 27, 2006, 02:42:18 PM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
Dang dang dang!


language olmec!!!
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: nicklegends on October 27, 2006, 06:29:25 PM
Once more, let's try to keep this thread on-topic. Thanks. :wink:
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on October 27, 2006, 07:25:08 PM
Yay Milk Bucket of Freydis!!! <3

If I was home, i'd definitely be watching that. :wink:
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Post by: sag_2006 on October 29, 2006, 05:52:20 PM
It was the Much Heralded Helmet of Sir Gawain/Broken Trident of Poseidon pair today, FYI.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Mandarin Hand on October 30, 2006, 07:10:45 AM
Did anyone catch what aired on Sunday?
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: kamehemeha on October 30, 2006, 09:31:46 AM
Today, I watched the Collar of Davy Crockett (on tape) instead of the Cracked Crown of the Spansh King, and I noticed a Blue Barracuda getting ready for a Temple Game in the credits.  Wasn't the Collar of Davy Crockett the last episode of Season 1?
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Mandarin Hand on October 30, 2006, 11:53:17 AM
Please stay on topic, kamehameha.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: juan833blue on October 30, 2006, 12:12:50 PM
I'LL TELL YOU WHAT, THE PEOPLE @ NICK GAS SHOULD BE IN TROUBLE WITH LEGENDS.  MORE REPEATS, AGAIN????  UGH!!!!!

THE CRACKED CROWN OF THE SPANISH KING

THE DRAGONLADY & THE BLUE PEARL

IT'S MNF FOR ME TONIGHT; PATS @ VIKES
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: nicklegends on October 30, 2006, 01:24:33 PM
^ I said it once, and I'll say it again: Nick GaS is closing itself down by distracting potential viewers (like us). I'm not expecting the channel to make it to 2007.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Notundercovercop327 on October 30, 2006, 02:22:21 PM
Quote from: ""nicklegends""
^ I said it once, and I'll say it again: Nick GaS is closing itself down by distracting potential viewers (like us). I'm not expecting the channel to make it to 2007.


it will probably be changed to nickelodeon classics channel and by classics i mean crap like reruns of fairly odd parents, drake and josh and zoey 101. wow i cannot wait. but the subject needs to be stoped here lets start a hole new subsection
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Post by: Olmec on October 30, 2006, 04:32:36 PM
Ugh I want more episodes!
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: PhantomBPR on October 31, 2006, 05:25:47 PM
Quote from: ""outer space""
Quote from: ""nicklegends""
^ I said it once, and I'll say it again: Nick GaS is closing itself down by distracting potential viewers (like us). I'm not expecting the channel to make it to 2007.

it will probably be changed to nickelodeon classics channel and by classics i mean crap like reruns of fairly odd parents, drake and josh and zoey 101. wow i cannot wait. but the subject needs to be stoped here lets start a hole new subsection


In the case of that happening, this topic will be locked, but untill Nick GaS completely shuts down, this topic will remain open.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: kamehemeha on November 01, 2006, 01:59:21 AM
If Nick GaS shuts down, can anyone upload the episodes that I haven't seen?  It's easy; there's 6 of them.

The Lion-Headed Bracelet of Chandragupta
The Codebook of Mata Hari
The Ivory Hunting Horn of Roland
The Priceless Portrait of the Polynesian Girl
The Sacred Ring of Sultan Suleiman, and...
You-Know-What.

Before I started taping the episodes, I saw

Ponce de Leon and the Lost Fountain of Youth
The Trojan Horseshoe
The Silk Sash of Mulan
The Pearl Necklace of Gwalior
The Bifocal Monical of One-Eyed Jack, and...
The Diary of Dr. Livingstone.
I have seen the above episodes, but I have yet to tape them.  So, if Nick GaS closes, I would really like it if someone uploaded those 12 episodes.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: PAK Man on November 02, 2006, 02:37:48 PM
Didn't see the first episode, but I know the second was The Upside-Down Compass of Henry Hudson.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: juan833blue on November 02, 2006, 04:35:48 PM
This is the reason I am NOT watching NICK GAS tonight;

Today's Reruns are:
Jean Laffite's Treasure Map
The Upside-Down Compass of Henry Hudson
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: kamehemeha on November 03, 2006, 12:48:02 AM
Ah, at least I have 111 eoisodes on tape.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on November 03, 2006, 04:49:27 PM
Ah at least I have... 37.

Today's episodes were:

The Silver Cannonball of Grandy Nanny
The Missing Portrait of Hans Holbein
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: PAK Man on November 04, 2006, 06:40:48 PM
The Mussel-Shell Armor of Apanukpak
The Lucky Medallion of Atocha
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Headbanger15 on November 05, 2006, 05:55:07 AM
The crap has officially hit the fan...
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: kamehemeha on November 05, 2006, 11:07:15 AM
What do you mean?  In my opinion, whoever chooses the episodes should be fired or i'll place a bounty on their head.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on November 05, 2006, 04:20:30 PM
Quote from: ""PAK Man""
The Mussel-Shell Armor of Apanukpak
The Lucky Medallion of Atocha


Um... 10-11 I saw Lost Whalebone of Pytheas & Golden Earring of Henry Morgan. Another 4 episode day than?
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on November 06, 2006, 10:48:19 AM
Milk Bucket of Freydis
Helmet of Genghis Khan
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Purple Parrot on November 06, 2006, 12:08:59 PM
Make that a quadruple post. :shock:


And if anything good comes out of the GaS channel showing constant week-old repeats, at least the Milk Bucket of Freydis is one of those episodes. :P
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Post by: TBombMadeEZ on November 06, 2006, 12:52:43 PM
More Purple Parrots Bias!!!  :D

Such a classic run though.

This and the Helmet Of Sir Gawain (is that spelled right?) were the first two episodes I watched on NickGas sometime in April.

It's fun getting drunk and watching Legends with all of your friends, and jumping around when the team wins..........
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Purple Parrot on November 06, 2006, 03:19:56 PM
Quote from: ""TBombMadeEZ""
More Purple Parrots Bias!!!  :D

I personally wasn't drunk, but a buncha my friends were and The Dragon Lady and the Blue Pearl temple run was on and when time ran out and she just misses the pearl, all my drunken friends were like "YOU SUCK! OMG! HOW DID SHE MISS THAT!!?!? SO STUPID!"

Haha, that's why i love that run.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: ElJarhead on November 06, 2006, 10:30:30 PM
Haha, drunk Legends? Sounds like a grand idea.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Mandarin Hand on November 07, 2006, 06:19:27 AM
On-topic.  Please.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: PAK Man on November 09, 2006, 10:32:10 AM
Just thought I'd post this since nobody's done so for a couple days.

Episodes for Thursday, November 9, 2006:

The Cracked Crown of the Spanish King
The Dragon Lady & the Blue Pearl
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Silver Monkey on November 09, 2006, 03:29:47 PM
A couple of notes for TDL&TBP

Just after the Orange Iguanas reach the final step on the Steps of Knowledge, you can see a microphone clipped to Albert's (The Orange Iguana Boy) shirt.

When Olmec is going through the rooms of the temple, you can see the pearl in the Holes of Python.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Purple Parrot on November 10, 2006, 03:58:43 PM
Quote from: ""The Silver Monkey""
A couple of notes for TDL&TBP
Just after the Orange Iguanas reach the final step on the Steps of Knowledge, you can see a microphone clipped to Albert's (The Orange Iguana Boy) shirt.


Isn't there ALWAYS a microphone on the kid standing on the right?.... and by right, i mean stage right. :P
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Silver Monkey on November 10, 2006, 04:02:04 PM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
Quote from: ""The Silver Monkey""
A couple of notes for TDL&TBP
Just after the Orange Iguanas reach the final step on the Steps of Knowledge, you can see a microphone clipped to Albert's (The Orange Iguana Boy) shirt.

Isn't there ALWAYS a microphone on the kid standing on the right?.... and by right, i mean stage right. :P


Not from what I've noticed...

Today's Episodes:

The Comet Embroidered Battleflag of William the Conqueror
The Golden Spider Web of Robert the Bruce
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on November 12, 2006, 06:43:22 AM
YESTERDAY'S EPISODES:

The Golden Cricket Cage of Khan
The Dried Ear of Corn of Sojourner Truth

Sadly, it's the same episodes today :'(
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Post by: kamehemeha on November 13, 2006, 01:30:10 AM
WHAT????  What are they doing? Let's sue them!
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on November 13, 2006, 09:51:20 AM
Today...

The Silver Cannonball of Grandy Nanny
The Missing Portrait of Hans Holbein
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Mandarin Hand on November 18, 2006, 10:05:36 AM
11.18.06
The Two-Cornered Hat of Napoleon
The Melted Head of Madame Tussaud
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: tss1011 on November 18, 2006, 12:25:54 PM
I saw the Melted Head temple run for the first time...wow, that girl's annoying.  Even worse than Dana.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Notundercovercop327 on November 18, 2006, 12:50:36 PM
Quote from: ""tss1011""
I saw the Melted Head temple run for the first time...wow, that girl's annoying.  Even worse than Dana.


I'm afraid i must disagree with you my aquaintance
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Purple Parrot on November 18, 2006, 12:55:56 PM
Quote from: ""outer space""
Quote from: ""tss1011""
I saw the Melted Head temple run for the first time...wow, that girl's annoying.  Even worse than Dana.

I'm afraid i must disagree with you my aquaintance

I disagree too. Jennifer was just over-excited. Dana seemed downright bitchy.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: tss1011 on November 18, 2006, 05:22:37 PM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
I disagree too. Jennifer was just over-excited. Dana seemed downright bitchy.


Fair enough.  Let's just say they were both banshee-voiced Hell spawn and leave it at that.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Mandarin Hand on November 18, 2006, 07:09:37 PM
I say Jennifer from the Madame Tussaud episode and Elisa from the Discarded Seal episode are sisters.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Mandarin Hand on November 19, 2006, 11:43:08 AM
11.19.06
The Cracked Crown of the Spanish King
The Dragon Lady and the Blue Pearl
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Mandarin Hand on November 20, 2006, 10:29:45 AM
11.20.06
The Comet-Embroidered Battle Flag of William the Conqueror
The Golden Spider Web of Robert the Bruce
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Mandarin Hand on November 21, 2006, 10:31:56 AM
11.21.06
The Golden Cricket Cage of Khan
The Dried Ear of Corn of Sojourner Truth
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Mandarin Hand on November 22, 2006, 05:31:24 PM
11.22.06
The Treasure Map of Jean Lafitte
The Upside-Down Compass of Henry Hudson
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: PhantomBPR on November 22, 2006, 09:01:39 PM
I think i see a pattern.......
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Mandarin Hand on November 23, 2006, 10:06:58 AM
11.23.06
The Silver Cannonball of Grandy Nanny
The Missing Portrait of Hans Holbein
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: jfeathe on November 25, 2006, 06:19:01 AM
11/24/06-more repeats:

The Muscle Shelled Armor of Apanupac
The Lucky Medallion of Atocha

I am beginning to lose all hope for the future of Nick Gas :(
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: aaronptrck on November 25, 2006, 06:23:30 AM
Quote
11/24/06-more repeats:


Math- Legends of the Hidden Temple was on in 1995 of course there are repeats and besides hope in Nick Gas ahas been lost since 2004
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: TBombMadeEZ on November 25, 2006, 06:57:38 AM
We have been over that already dude.

But we're talking about repeats of the shows we've seen way too many times in the last month.

And also, Always keep the faith!

:D
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Post by: Olmec on November 25, 2006, 08:33:27 AM
Same episodes as yesterday :'(
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Purple Parrot on November 25, 2006, 12:22:02 PM
I was pretty happy to see the Lucky Medallion of Atocha today. I haven't seen it since the summer and since i only have basic cable at school, it was cool to see it. It's pretty exciting.

Also, i think it's the only time that a player passes through the Throne Room (sits and rotates) on the way out in season 2.... unless you count the Bone Necklace which was a loss... andhe climbed down into the Throne Room.
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on November 25, 2006, 04:41:01 PM
I had actually never seen the Lucky Medallion of Atocha before today.  Pretty good episode.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Purple Parrot on November 26, 2006, 05:54:03 AM
The Milk Bucket of Freydis
&
The Helmet of Genghis Kahn


VERY happy to have seen the Mlk Bucket today before i drive back to school! :P
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on December 04, 2006, 10:59:10 AM
Nobody posted here in a while. Today was the Apanupac/Atocha mix.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: PAK Man on December 04, 2006, 02:36:23 PM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
Nobody posted here in a while.


I hate to say it, but I don't think anybody cares anymore.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Mandarin Hand on December 04, 2006, 02:55:58 PM
Probably true, for this thread is dead.

But now you can say the post count is OVER ONE THOUSAND!!!!!!!!!!!
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Notundercovercop327 on December 04, 2006, 03:28:47 PM
Quote from: ""Renegade Pancake""
Probably true, for this thread is dead.

But now you can say the post count is OVER ONE THOUSAND!!!!!!!!!!!


Is that a refrence to something?
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Mandarin Hand on December 04, 2006, 04:14:20 PM
Quote from: ""outer space""
Quote from: ""Renegade Pancake""
Probably true, for this thread is dead.

But now you can say the post count is OVER ONE THOUSAND!!!!!!!!!!!

Is that a refrence to something?

Change one to nine, and yes.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Notundercovercop327 on December 04, 2006, 04:17:26 PM
Quote from: ""Renegade Pancake""
Quote from: ""outer space""
Quote from: ""Renegade Pancake""
Probably true, for this thread is dead.

But now you can say the post count is OVER ONE THOUSAND!!!!!!!!!!!

Is that a refrence to something?
Change one to nine, and yes.


gottcha
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Purple Parrot on December 04, 2006, 05:50:38 PM
Is anyone even checking Legends to make sure GaS isn't changin it up on us?...
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: kamehemeha on December 05, 2006, 01:52:30 AM
I am.  I even tried calling and e-mailing them, both of which resulted in no reply.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on December 05, 2006, 11:07:30 AM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
Is anyone even checking Legends to make sure GaS isn't changin it up on us?...


I am, just for my log. I think it's Pytheas/Henry Morgan today.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on December 10, 2006, 10:48:16 AM
The Comet-Embroidered Battleflag of William the Conqueror
The Golden Spider Web of Robert the CHEATED
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: kamehemeha on December 14, 2006, 02:07:16 AM
Let's hope we have seen the end of these repeats.
Today's episodes are...
The Smashed Printing Plate of Frederick Douglass
The Imperial Purple Robe of Empress Theodora
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Purple Parrot on December 14, 2006, 02:35:57 AM
Wooooo! Two new(er) episodes!
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: nicklegends on December 14, 2006, 05:27:30 AM
This is good news. Perhaps GaS felt sorry for this forum and just had to keep the new shows rolling...
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: PhantomBPR on December 14, 2006, 07:37:11 AM
Quote from: ""nicklegends""
This is good news. Perhaps GaS felt sorry for this forum and just had to keep the new shows rolling...


Wouldn't that just be too good to be true?
Egads! What am I saying?!
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: tss1011 on December 14, 2006, 08:04:33 AM
Quote from: ""kamehemeha""
Let's hope we have seen the end of these repeats.
Today's episodes are...
The Smashed Printing Plate of Frederick Douglass
The Imperial Purple Robe of Empress Theodora


I hope so too.  It's a sad sign when we're actually relieved to hear, "Come ON, Jason!!!!!!!!!!!"
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on December 14, 2006, 08:40:16 AM
Coincidentally, I go home tomorrow where I can encode runs.  Hopefully I get some new ones outside of the . . . 90 or so I have up.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: jfeathe on December 14, 2006, 11:59:54 AM
This is great news! Let's just hope that this isn't a one time occurence!
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: kamehemeha on December 15, 2006, 02:08:14 AM
It sure isn't!

The Bifocal Monicle of One-Eyed Jack
Ponce de Leon and the Lost Fountain of Youth
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Mandarin Hand on December 15, 2006, 04:29:40 AM
Can someone get the names of the contestants for One-Eyed Jack?  (I think the guy's name is Thomas, but I've no clue on the girl's.  Maybe it starts with a W?)
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Notundercovercop327 on December 15, 2006, 08:08:10 AM
I could be wrong but I think that the Bifocal Monical of One-eyed Jack has the record for the longest time before the first temple guard shows up.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Mandarin Hand on December 15, 2006, 09:44:05 AM
Quote from: ""outer space""
I could be wrong but I think that the Bifocal Monical of One-eyed Jack has the record for the longest time before the first temple guard shows up.

I'll raise you a "The Broken Trident of Poseidon", "The Enormous Iron Nose Ring of Babe" (although some say there was a Dark Forest spirit that didn't get Joel), and a "The Much-Heralded Helmet of Sir Gawain".*

*I still hold that there was supposed to be a guard in the Chamber of the Sacred Markers, but the door didn't open.  Poor Temple Guard.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Notundercovercop327 on December 15, 2006, 10:10:06 AM
Quote from: ""Renegade Pancake""
Quote from: ""outer space""
I could be wrong but I think that the Bifocal Monical of One-eyed Jack has the record for the longest time before the first temple guard shows up.
I'll raise you a "The Broken Trident of Poseidon", "The Enormous Iron Nose Ring of Babe" (although some say there was a Dark Forest spirit that didn't get Joel), and a "The Much-Heralded Helmet of Sir Gawain".*

*I still hold that there was supposed to be a guard in the Chamber of the Sacred Markers, but the door didn't open.  Poor Temple Guard.


in which a temple guard shows up. key words shows, up the guard acctually had to show up. ones where the guard doesnt come out dont count.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on December 15, 2006, 10:38:27 AM
I'm not sure about the one-eyed jack episode having the longest time before a guard shows up, but I think the "upside down compass" episode would be a likely candidate as well. Sherra, (the frontrunner) was caught by her first temple guard with about 1:15 on the clock. (Not sure on the exact time, I know its around a minute though).
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Post by: ElJarhead on December 15, 2006, 10:57:10 AM
Quote from: ""Renegade Pancake""
Quote from: ""outer space""
I could be wrong but I think that the Bifocal Monical of One-eyed Jack has the record for the longest time before the first temple guard shows up.
I'll raise you a "The Broken Trident of Poseidon", "The Enormous Iron Nose Ring of Babe" (although some say there was a Dark Forest spirit that didn't get Joel), and a "The Much-Heralded Helmet of Sir Gawain".*

*I still hold that there was supposed to be a guard in the Chamber of the Sacred Markers, but the door didn't open.  Poor Temple Guard.


Sometimes they never return from the Chamber of the Sacred Markers ...
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Post by: jfeathe on December 15, 2006, 11:37:24 AM
I agree that there were temple guards in the Gwaine and Babe the Ox episodes, but what about the Broken Trident of Poseidon? Kimberly took the most obvious path to the artifact but still no guards? Any ideas?
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on December 15, 2006, 11:39:45 AM
Quote from: ""math""
I agree that there were temple guards in the Gwaine and Babe the Ox episodes, but what about the Broken Trident of Poseidon? Kimberly took the most obvious path to the artifact but still no guards? Any ideas?


One of the dark forest tree's?
or mabye they were just being bizarely nice only to have it end in miserable failure.
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Post by: jfeathe on December 15, 2006, 11:42:42 AM
I completely forgot the Dark Forest tree! Maybe the Ledges as well. And perhaps in the Room of the Ancient Warriors. The door opened to the King's Storeroom. (But honestly, who would waste their time climbing up?)
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Post by: Olmec on December 15, 2006, 11:49:57 AM
Yaya! I'm so happy we got episodes. I really liked the Bifocal Monocle of One-Eyed Jack, even though it was a terrible run. I remember when Mstrgmr (I wonder where he's been these days) said that Thomas grabbed a half-pendant in the Tomb of the Headless Kings. I watched it & he was right.
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Post by: tss1011 on December 15, 2006, 12:42:45 PM
Quote from: ""outer space""
I could be wrong but I think that the Bifocal Monical of One-eyed Jack has the record for the longest time before the first temple guard shows up.


It's certainly possible, although the first temple guard showed up pretty late in "The Belly Button of Buddha".
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Notundercovercop327 on December 15, 2006, 01:20:45 PM
Quote from: ""tss1011""
Quote from: ""outer space""
I could be wrong but I think that the Bifocal Monical of One-eyed Jack has the record for the longest time before the first temple guard shows up.

It's certainly possible, although the first temple guard showed up pretty late in "The Belly Button of Buddha".


oh i totally forgot about that one
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Post by: Olmec on December 15, 2006, 02:45:35 PM
Yeah, I think it might be Buddha.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Purple Parrot on December 15, 2006, 02:54:30 PM
Quote from: ""tss1011""
Quote from: ""outer space""
I could be wrong but I think that the Bifocal Monical of One-eyed Jack has the record for the longest time before the first temple guard shows up.

It's certainly possible, although the first temple guard showed up pretty late in "The Belly Button of Buddha".

That's what i was gonna say.


Anyways, some notes on the Bifocal Monocle. Veronica is the name of the girl on the Orange Iguanas. To me, it seemed that the Iguana logos on the Orange Iguanas' shirts were a strange shade of green instead of bright yellow... Olmec looked like he had a peculiar amount moss on him, too... Maybe i just never noticed. Also, it took over a minute for Veronica to exit the pit. Indeed, Thomas found the other half pendant in the Tomb of the Headless Kings. Looked like he picked it up off one of the thrones. There was no audience for this run (which i found weird since this run has the same moat crossing as The Much-Heralded Helmet, is speculated to be recorded on the same day, and the Helmet had no audience as well).
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on December 15, 2006, 03:36:25 PM
Did the Bifocal monical have alternate prerun fotage
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on December 15, 2006, 04:26:15 PM
WAHOO!!!!!!

"New" episodes, baby!

It's an early Christmas gift!
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Purple Parrot on December 15, 2006, 06:49:50 PM
Quote from: ""outer space""
Did the Bifocal monical have alternate prerun fotage

Oh, i'm not sure... i didn't pay attention to that at all.
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Post by: Olmec on December 16, 2006, 06:32:19 AM
OK. Today was the Milk Bucket of Freydis & the Helmet of Gengis Khan. Trust me, this was supposed to happen. They're starting to show the cycle from late July. It looked like this...

WEDNESDAY 07/19/06:

The Smashed Printing Plate of Fredrick Douglass
The Imperial Purple Robe of Empress Theodora


THURSDAY 07/20/06:

The Bifocal Monocle of One-Eyed Jack
Ponce de Leon & the Lost Fountain of Youth/The Water Bottle of Ponce de Leon


FRIDAY 07/21/06:

The Shriveled Hand of Efoua
The War Fan of the 47 Ronin


SATURDAY 07/22/06:

The Ivory Elephant of Shahrazad/Scheherazade
The Stolen Arm of Shiva


SUNDAY 07/23/06:

The Lion-Headed Bracelet of Chandragupta
The Sacred Ring of Sultan Suleiman


MONDAY 07/24/06:

The Milk Bucket of Freydis
The Helmet of Genghis Khan



...

So they shoewd it 4 days earlier, so what? I still feel like we're gonna get the episodes shown above.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on December 16, 2006, 09:44:20 AM
Well, it was nice while it lasted.

I'm never complaining about having to watch the Milk Bucket of Freydis though. :D
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 16, 2006, 12:54:46 PM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
Trust me, this was supposed to happen. They're starting to show the cycle from late July. It looked like this...

WEDNESDAY 07/19/06:

The Smashed Printing Plate of Fredrick Douglass
The Imperial Purple Robe of Empress Theodora


THURSDAY 07/20/06:

The Bifocal Monocle of One-Eyed Jack
Ponce de Leon & the Lost Fountain of Youth/The Water Bottle of Ponce de Leon


FRIDAY 07/21/06:

The Shriveled Hand of Efoua
The War Fan of the 47 Ronin


SATURDAY 07/22/06:

The Ivory Elephant of Shahrazad/Scheherazade
The Stolen Arm of Shiva


SUNDAY 07/23/06:

The Lion-Headed Bracelet of Chandragupta
The Sacred Ring of Sultan Suleiman


MONDAY 07/24/06:

The Milk Bucket of Freydis
The Helmet of Genghis Khan



...

So they shoewd it 4 days earlier, so what? I still feel like we're gonna get the episodes shown above.


Am I the only one who remembers they took a one-day break from the 20-or-less-episode cycle somewhere in October? They showed The Useless Map of the Chibcha Chieftain and The Lucky Pillow of Annie Taylor, and I was hoping that would end the cycle.  But no, they started it up again the next day.

Olmec, I really hope you're right, but with another  repeat of a pair of episodes we've seen eight times in two months, it seems kinda unlikely. (And to think if they're not staring up the cycle again they skipped over 6 episodes I never seen.  :( )
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Post by: jfeathe on December 16, 2006, 05:12:11 PM
I nearly had a seizure when I saw the Milkbucket episode. Let's just pray that they start showing new episodes.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 16, 2006, 05:14:39 PM
I hear ya.  And to think they were almost out of the cycle.  I was REALLY hoping to see the Shriveled Hand of Efoua and the War Fan of the 47 Ronin.  I know they're bad episodes, but I've never seen them before.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: kamehemeha on December 17, 2006, 02:51:32 AM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
Quote from: ""Olmec""
Trust me, this was supposed to happen. They're starting to show the cycle from late July. It looked like this...

WEDNESDAY 07/19/06:

The Smashed Printing Plate of Fredrick Douglass
The Imperial Purple Robe of Empress Theodora


THURSDAY 07/20/06:

The Bifocal Monocle of One-Eyed Jack
Ponce de Leon & the Lost Fountain of Youth/The Water Bottle of Ponce de Leon


FRIDAY 07/21/06:

The Shriveled Hand of Efoua
The War Fan of the 47 Ronin


SATURDAY 07/22/06:

The Ivory Elephant of Shahrazad/Scheherazade
The Stolen Arm of Shiva


SUNDAY 07/23/06:

The Lion-Headed Bracelet of Chandragupta
The Sacred Ring of Sultan Suleiman


MONDAY 07/24/06:

The Milk Bucket of Freydis
The Helmet of Genghis Khan



...

So they shoewd it 4 days earlier, so what? I still feel like we're gonna get the episodes shown above.

Am I the only one who remembers they took a one-day break from the 20-or-less-episode cycle somewhere in October? They showed The Useless Map of the Chibcha Chieftain and The Lucky Pillow of Annie Taylor, and I was hoping that would end the cycle.  But no, they started it up again the next day.

Olmec, I really hope you're right, but with another  repeat of a pair of episodes we've seen eight times in two months, it seems kinda unlikely. (And to think if they're not staring up the cycle again they skipped over 6 episodes I never seen.  :( )


Are those the 6 episodes that I have never seen?
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Post by: Olmec on December 17, 2006, 05:32:09 AM
:'(

Two-Cornered Hat & Melted Head
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 17, 2006, 05:54:55 AM
Quote from: ""kamehemeha""
Are those the 6 episodes that I have never seen?


I'm sorry if they are.  I was ready to smash a hole thru the plasma in the kitchen as soon as I heard Olmec say "The Two-Cornered Hat of Napoleon." I was right? it's like what haqpened back in October.
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on December 17, 2006, 08:31:29 AM
Well, if it's any consolation, the two runs today are two I don't have.  It looks like I have to bust out the camera.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 17, 2006, 09:02:44 AM
Somebody remind me not to watch The Melted Head of Madame Tussaud.  I HATED Jennifer from that run? she kept nagging even when her partner was doing okay, and she was straining her voice thru the whole thing.  Am Ithe only one who thinks Jennifer was worse than Dana?
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Post by: tss1011 on December 17, 2006, 10:10:21 AM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
Am Ithe only one who thinks Jennifer was worse than Dana?


No.  It's a very hard call to make between the two, but Dana was a *little* justified in her bitchiness, considering how much Jason screwed up.  The boy on in the "Melted Head" episode wasn't the brightest either, but Jennifer was screaming at him even when he wasn't doing anything wrong.  And decibel-wise, she had Dana beat.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on December 17, 2006, 10:12:25 AM
Dana is much worse. She looked angry the entire time. Jennifer seemed a bit overexcited, but not mean spirited.
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on December 17, 2006, 10:49:33 AM
Jennifer was over-excited the whole damn episode.  It was almost to the point where her excitement looked staged.  (Worse than Lacey's from the Sforza ep.)
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on December 17, 2006, 01:47:53 PM
I agree. She was like giving thumbs up and number 1 symbols to the cameras all the time. She definitely wanted to be on TV.
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Post by: Olmec on December 17, 2006, 01:55:32 PM
Jennifer>Dana
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Mandarin Hand on December 17, 2006, 03:23:23 PM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
Jennifer>Dana

This (http://http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iaVTOwUul3I) begs to differ.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Headbanger15 on December 17, 2006, 05:44:56 PM
Quote from: ""Renegade Pancake""
Quote from: ""Olmec""
Jennifer>Dana
This (http://http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iaVTOwUul3I) begs to differ.


Ow lol
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on December 18, 2006, 01:31:46 AM
12/18
the Much Heralded Helmet of Sir Gawain
Broken Trident of Poseidon
:evil:
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Post by: Olmec on December 18, 2006, 12:14:37 PM
*sigh* We want more episodes!
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on December 19, 2006, 10:03:01 AM
12.19.06
The Cracked Crown of the Spanish King
The Dragon Lady and the Blue Pearl
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on December 19, 2006, 01:00:47 PM
Well, at least I got to see The Dragon Lady and The Blue Pearl today.
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Post by: Olmec on December 19, 2006, 01:11:26 PM
Yaya for The Purple Parrot seeing Blue Pearl!

Naya for old episodes!
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 19, 2006, 02:06:35 PM
Well, at least it helps me with my "What was the longest Moat?" thread.
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on December 20, 2006, 01:06:14 AM
12/20
The Comet Embroidered Battleflag of William the Conqueror
The Golden Spider Web of Robert the Bruce
:evil:
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Post by: jfeathe on December 20, 2006, 11:14:13 AM
I really need a shoulder to cry on.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 20, 2006, 12:47:40 PM
Let me guess: tomorrow's Jean Lafitte/Henry Hudson, the day after that's Granny Nanny/Hans Holbein.  But at least I'll see The Mussel Shell Armor of Apanupac in three days, it's one of my top 5 episodes. (The others are The Secret Map of the Bandit Queen, The Ivory Hunting Horn of Roland, The Levitating Dog Leash of Nostradamus (also the first episode I saw on Nick GaS,) and everyone's #1 The Lucky Pillow of Annie Taylor.)
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on December 21, 2006, 01:07:22 AM
12/21
The Golden Cricket Cage of Khan
The Dried Ear of Corn of Sojourner Truth
:evil:

if you see this :evil: old ep
if you see this :D  newER ep
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on December 21, 2006, 07:31:17 AM
Yay, recording day!
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on December 22, 2006, 10:01:08 AM
12.22.06
- The Treasure Map of Jean Lafitte
- The Upside-Down Compass of Henry Hudson
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on December 22, 2006, 10:21:39 AM
Weeeee! I'll finally be able to figure out for sure who the Parrots beat in the temple games on the Compass episode!
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on December 22, 2006, 10:29:12 AM
I just hope they get around to airing either Atocha or Grandy Nanny soon.  I don't have either of those Runs.
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on December 22, 2006, 01:47:13 PM
Quote from: ""Renegade Pancake""
I just hope they get around to airing either Atocha or Grandy Nanny soon.  I don't have either of those Runs.


I might be able to upload them if you want me too
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 22, 2006, 01:50:50 PM
They will, after Jean Lafitte/Henry Hudson it's always Granny Nanny/Hans Holbein, and the day after that is Apanupac/Atocha. (I'm just as sick of this cycle as the next guy, but Apanupac/Atocha is one day I always look forward too.  The Mussel Shell Armor of Apanupac is one of my top 5 episodes.)
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Post by: jfeathe on December 22, 2006, 03:27:05 PM
For some stupid reason I watched that damn Jean Lafitte episode again, but I did see something pretty weird. Everyone knows they took two completely different paths, but it wasn't the contestants fault. When the boy (name?) opens up the Gargoyle door to the Pit, the second door didn't open even after some prying. When Terry-Kay entered that room she preceeded to push the first door over more, and then you could hear a door opening sound. The second door opened with ease. Had the door opened in the first place, they would have had a good chance of at least grabbing the Map. The same scenario happened in the Blackbeard episode, although it wouldn't have made a difference.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 22, 2006, 03:49:20 PM
I know, and I always saw that in that episode.  That door seemed to get stuck a lot in Season 1.  But everyone makes a big deal out of this episode because Teri-Kay didn't just start from a different room like many second runners did (reference The Pendant of King Kamehameha or The Walking Stick of Harriet Tubman,) she didn't reconnect with Aaron's path until she entered the Heart Room.

Althou I think that's one of the only Season 1 teams whose original plan was to avoid taking th most direct path to the artifact. (The only other one I can think of is The Collar of Davy Crockett.  Shannon wanted to go across the lower floor until the Holes of Python, then climb up into the Treasury of Golden Orbs and enter the Shrine from there to grab the collar.  Well thought out, if you ask me.)
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Notundercovercop327 on December 22, 2006, 04:23:42 PM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
I know, and I always saw that in that episode.  That door seemed to get stuck a lot in Season 1.  But everyone makes a big deal out of this episode because Teri-Kay didn't just start from a different room like many second runners did (reference The Pendant of King Kamehameha or The Walking Stick of Harriet Tubman,) she didn't reconnect with Aaron's path until she entered the Heart Room.

Althou I think that's one of the only Season 1 teams whose original plan was to avoid taking th most direct path to the artifact. (The only other one I can think of is The Collar of Davy Crockett.  Shannon wanted to go across the lower floor until the Holes of Python, then climb up into the Treasury of Golden Orbs and enter the Shrine from there to grab the collar.  Well thought out, if you ask me.)


bellybutton of buddha was another one and king tuts cobra staff and the lariot of pecos bill and the pearl of the dragon lady
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 22, 2006, 04:33:14 PM
Quote from: ""outer space""
bellybutton of buddha was another one and king tuts cobra staff


Uhh? Eugenia (are you guys sure her name's spelled Eusinia?) didn't have much of a plan at all.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on December 22, 2006, 04:47:23 PM
It's definitely NOT Eugenia with a g.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 22, 2006, 04:50:27 PM
Okay, okay. It's just I haven't seen the episode in a while I forgot her name and now I kept wanting to pronounce the s in Eusinia like the s in vision. (But probly only cus I know Eugenia's a real name, even if it's ultra-rare.)
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Notundercovercop327 on December 22, 2006, 05:14:57 PM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
Quote from: ""outer space""
bellybutton of buddha was another one and king tuts cobra staff

Uhh? Eugenia (are you guys sure her name's spelled Eusinia?) didn't have much of a plan at all.


no what was said was did not take direct path to artifact and infact she did not take the dirct path to the artifact.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Mandarin Hand on December 22, 2006, 06:56:49 PM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
Quote from: ""outer space""
bellybutton of buddha was another one and king tuts cobra staff

Uhh? Eugenia (are you guys sure her name's spelled Eusinia?) didn't have much of a plan at all.

I was the first one to take a stab at how her name is spelled, what with me having the contestants' names in my Temple Runs.  She says her name is "you sin ee uh", so that was my best guess.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on December 22, 2006, 08:12:30 PM
Anyone else notice how the Purple girls are always the one's with weird/different/uncommon names? :P
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on December 23, 2006, 06:58:22 AM
Sherra and Tarrah seem common, just spelt differently to make it look weird and uncommon.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on December 23, 2006, 07:40:39 AM
Tarrah, yes.
Sherra, no.

I've never even heard of another person with that name. Maybe Sherry with a y, but not Sherra.


Today's episodes:
The Silver Cannonball of Grandy Nanny
&
The Missing Portrait of Hans Holbein
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 23, 2006, 08:22:05 AM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
Today's episodes:
The Silver Cannonball of Grandy Nanny
&
The Missing Portrait of Hans Holbein

Told ya so.  And Renegade, didn't mean to put up such an argument about the whole Eusinia/Eugenia thing.

Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
Anyone else notice how the Purple girls are always the one's with weird/different/uncommon names? :P


Chandra shouldn't be on the list of uncommon ones.  My cousin's name Chandra, a girl who lives on my grandmother's street's named Chandra.  I've also used the name Chandra for a few girls in The Redicovery, same with Sherra. (I've named a couple of the players Randi, but that's with an i not a y, so I guess that wouldn't count.)

I was bored so here's the Purple Parrots girls' names by episode in The Rediscovery:

Season 1
The Silver Angel Wing of Elizabeth the First? Kaitlynn
The Lost Papyrus Scroll of the Poet Sage? Brianna
The Missing Log Book of Tenzing Norgay? Kelly
Roald Amundsen's Final Telegram? Kendra
The Half-Burnt Torch of Mary Tudor? Lisa
The Paintbrush of Van Gogh? Ashleigh
The Thorn Crown of Emperor Augustus? Larissa
The Entrails-Stained Crown of William the Conqueror? Jacki
The Spear of the Nine Samurai? Allison
The Feathered Headdress of Powhatan? Laura
The Holy Crucifix of Joan of Arc? Alicia
Helen of Troy's Mystical Mirror? Sherra
The Ancient Scepter of Ramses? Rachel
The Golden Amulet of Nefertiti? Dana
The Holy Ankh of the Egyptian Deity? Stephanie
The Right Nostril of the Great Sphinx? Andrea
The Sacred Quill of Quetzalcoatl? Kati-Anne
The Royal Crown of Louis the Fourteenth? Summer
Henry the Navigator's Missing Maps? Katherine
The Jeweled Sword of Charlemagne? Abbie

Season 2
The Coonskin Cap of Daniel Boone? Jessica
The Dragon-Headed Medallion of Vlad Dracula? Carolina
The Melted Lamp of Paul Revere? Raelyn
The Missing Map of the Catalan Atlas? Kristin
The Sandals of Mohandas Gandhi? Victoria
The Sheath of Pedro the First of Brazil? Ginnie
The Stolen Crown of the False Dmitriy? Merina
The Unlucky Necklace of Harmonia? Dianna
The Battle Flag of General Cornwallis? Mikayla
The Cork of Robert Hooke? Brandy
The Dampened Diary of Olaudah Equiano? Jocelyn
The Fabled Fortune-Telling Book of Tituba? Ariana
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Mandarin Hand on December 23, 2006, 09:09:56 AM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
Anyone else notice how the Purple girls are always the one's with weird/different/uncommon names? :P

Purple Parrots have also had a Jackie, a Kelly, a Leah, and a Marie.

On-topic: Could Jonathan be any "blacker" in his actions after he wins the Temple Games?
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on December 23, 2006, 11:29:15 AM
... Chandra is an uncommon name. Period.

I know, RP, that's why i left them off the list. They're the exceptions. Though i dunno how common the name "Marie" is anymore among 11-14 year olds. :P


And if you mean Jonathan was a hyper ADD child, then I agree.
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on December 23, 2006, 02:20:01 PM
I was referring to the dancing and the peace sign during  Kirk going through how many Pendants each team had.
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on December 23, 2006, 02:38:14 PM
Two things about the Holbein episode:
- One of the worst Steps answers ever.  An artist's tool is not a squeegee.
- I forgot how much I liked Keith in the Temple Run.  Considering the bitch of a path they had, he did pretty well.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 23, 2006, 04:47:32 PM
Quote from: ""Renegade Pancake""
- One of the worst Steps answers ever.  An artist's tool is not a squeegee.


We've all heard much worse. "Uhh? a scaffolding?" "Colonel Sanders!" And I think someone said Robin Hood's rival was named "Robin Hood and Maid Marian's Ladder" (I think I read that way earlier in this thread.)
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on December 23, 2006, 08:43:31 PM
"A veloca raptor!"

:)
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Post by: tss1011 on December 24, 2006, 12:58:42 AM
Even though it was accepted as correct, let's not forget  "a musical instrument that does a jig."

Still, "squeegee" was pretty bad, even when stacked up against those answers.
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Post by: Olmec on December 24, 2006, 05:59:58 AM
The Ancient Warrior, I don't think it was his rival, but it was still something equally funny.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 24, 2006, 07:33:53 AM
Was "veloca raptor" from The Medal of Sir Edmund Hillary? I've forgotten a lot of those bad answers.

Quote from: ""tss1011""
Even though it was accepted as correct, let's not forget  "a musical instrument that does a jig."


Okay, what episode was that one from?
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on December 24, 2006, 07:43:33 AM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
Was "veloca raptor" from The Medal of Sir Edmund Hillary? I've forgotten a lot of those bad answers.

Quote from: ""tss1011""
Even though it was accepted as correct, let's not forget  "a musical instrument that does a jig."

Okay, what episode was that one from?


Lost Hornpipe of the Pirate Captain. They asked what a hornpipe was
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Mandarin Hand on December 24, 2006, 08:51:48 AM
I'm just going to assume it's Apanupac / Atocha day, which would be great.  I don't have the Atocha run.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 24, 2006, 09:44:12 AM
It is, and I'm glad I get to see two of my favorite episodes today.

By the way, who do you think threw the Pendant back to Ty in the Atocha run? It's not Jennifer, the hand didn't have a glove on it.  Whoever was taping the run, I think that's who it was.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on December 24, 2006, 09:51:49 AM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
It is, and I'm glad I get to see two of my favorite episodes today.

By the way, who do you think threw the Pendant back to Ty in the Atocha run? It's not Jennifer, the hand didn't have a glove on it.  Whoever was taping the run, I think that's who it was.


I think Kirk.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Notundercovercop327 on December 24, 2006, 09:52:22 AM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
It is, and I'm glad I get to see two of my favorite episodes today.

By the way, who do you think threw the Pendant back to Ty in the Atocha run? It's not Jennifer, the hand didn't have a glove on it.  Whoever was taping the run, I think that's who it was.


I was the one who first noticed this and I am pretty sure its a camera guy of mabye even kirk that part of the run was overdubbed by kirk later on. you can tell because throughout the entire run kirk says "If he loses that pendant" and "hes still got that pendant"
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 24, 2006, 09:58:12 AM
Just a thought, should someone make this into a new thread?
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: nicklegends on December 24, 2006, 10:18:19 AM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
Just a thought, should someone make this into a new thread?

This is more of a general episode discussion than anything. If the discussion deeply transforms into another, I'll gladly split the topic.

Anyway... I only saw the Atocha episode once, and I can't remember too much about the pendant tossing other than that the editing seemed really awkward (whether it was Kirk's overdubbing, or the fact that the temple guard sound effect failed to play, I'm not sure). Perhaps I'll check it out again later today.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on December 24, 2006, 11:51:05 AM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
The Ancient Warrior, I don't think it was his rival, but it was still something equally funny.


OK. After watching Aaron's full episode upload, the question was like...

"What is the title of Robin Hood's chief enemy?" & the guy was like "Robin Hood & Marian's Silk Ladder!"

Also, "which of these woodsmen skills did Robin Hood excel in?" & the same guy was like "um... bow & arrow skills!"
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Post by: tss1011 on December 24, 2006, 03:18:39 PM
I had never seen the Atocha temple run before.  Great solo run, and one of the only kids that didn't seem to have trouble in Medusa's Lair.

Also the only other episode, aside from "The Diary of Dr. Livingstone", where anyone pulled the snakes out in the Viper's Nest.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on December 24, 2006, 04:50:37 PM
I say Kirk gave a spare pendant to the cameraman and the cameraman threw it to him. I wish he hadn't though cuz I would have loved to see Ty get taken out in the Ledge and Jennifer run in to complete the run. Techincally, it wouldn't have been a solo run but Jennifer would have done everything. :P
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: nicklegends on December 24, 2006, 05:03:26 PM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
I say Kirk gave a spare pendant to the cameraman and the cameraman threw it to him. I wish he hadn't though cuz I would have loved to see Ty get taken out in the Ledge and Jennifer run in to complete the run. Technically, it wouldn't have been a solo run but Jennifer would have done everything. :P

That would really suck for Ty, to be as blunt as possible, but the "almost" solo run could be really interesting. And what if Jennifer didn't pick up the full pendant Ty dropped? It could be a two-guard run.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 25, 2006, 04:51:43 AM
But just think about this, if he started in the Crypt he would've gone through all 12 rooms and not run into a single Temple Guard.  That really would've been impressive.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on December 25, 2006, 06:37:50 AM
Yeah, that would make 2 Orange Iguana victories where the frontrunner doesn't run into any temple guards.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on December 25, 2006, 09:15:29 AM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
But just think about this, if he started in the Crypt he would've gone through all 12 rooms and not run into a single Temple Guard.  That really would've been impressive.


Yeah, I thought of that a while ago. Either way, it's an amazing run.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Mandarin Hand on December 25, 2006, 10:00:36 AM
Nothing says Christmas like Orange and Silver.

The Lost Whale Bone of Pytheas
The Golden Earring of Henry Morgan
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on December 25, 2006, 01:51:05 PM
Quote from: ""Renegade Pancake""
Nothing says Christmas like Orange and Silver.

The Lost Whale Bone of Pytheas
The Golden Earring of Henry Morgan


:lol:
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 25, 2006, 02:13:07 PM
Seeing The Lost Whale Bone of Pytheas again reminded me of something.  You know how the final score in the Temple Games was 2-1.5 Orange? I'd like to remember how many episodes there were in which the teams tied in two out of three Temple Games.  The only other one I can think of was The Imperial Purple Robe of Empress Theodora.  Where there any others?
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: nicklegends on December 25, 2006, 02:22:38 PM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
Seeing The Lost Whale Bone of Pytheas again reminded me of something.  You know how the final score in the Temple Games was 2-1.5 Orange? I'd like to remember how many episodes there were in which the teams tied in two out of three Temple Games.  The only other one I can think of was The Imperial Purple Robe of Empress Theodora.  Where there any others?

I'm pretty sure that "The Shriveled Hand of Efoua" fell under that category as well.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 25, 2006, 02:35:42 PM
I've never seen that one, I'd like to know a little more about it (particularly the "Legend" of the Shriveled Hand.)
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on December 25, 2006, 02:45:49 PM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
Seeing The Lost Whale Bone of Pytheas again reminded me of something.  You know how the final score in the Temple Games was 2-1.5 Orange? I'd like to remember how many episodes there were in which the teams tied in two out of three Temple Games.  The only other one I can think of was The Imperial Purple Robe of Empress Theodora.  Where there any others?
I think episodes like "Mush Pot Hat Of Johnny Appleseed" and "Jewled Encrusted Egg Of Katherine The Great" had 2-1.5 pendant scores.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: nicklegends on December 25, 2006, 04:13:29 PM
Oh! Well, in the Shriveled Hand, the players tied the first two games, so the score was actually 2-1, not 2-1.5. I'm not sure if you were looking for that or not.
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on December 26, 2006, 10:03:18 AM
Remember back when The Smashed Printing Plate of Frederick Douglass / The Imperial Purple Robe of Empress Theodora and The Bifocal Monocle of One-Eyed Jack / Ponce de Leon and the Lost Fountain of Youth gave us hope that new episodes would rotate through?

...me either.

Boxing Day!
- The Milk Bucket of Freyd?s
- The Helmet of Genghis Khan
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on December 26, 2006, 10:50:07 AM
I just noticed this, but the Blue Barracudas' prize after they lost the Temple Games consisted of WIRELESS SNES AND GENESIS CONTROLLERS.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 26, 2006, 02:06:45 PM
Quote from: ""nicklegends""
Oh! Well, in the Shriveled Hand, the players tied the first two games, so the score was actually 2-1, not 2-1.5. I'm not sure if you were looking for that or not.


That still counts, since The Imperial Purple Robe of Empress Theodora was 2-1 Green.
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Post by: Olmec on December 27, 2006, 07:16:32 AM
Two-Cornered Hat of Napoleon
Melted Head of Madame Tussaud
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 27, 2006, 09:31:39 AM
Ugh! Still hate The Melted Head of Madame Tussaud just cus of screechin' Jennifer.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on December 28, 2006, 07:09:35 AM
The Much-Heralded Helmet of Sir Gawain
&
The Broken Trident of Poseidon
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 28, 2006, 07:19:59 AM
So we're back to "No Temple Guard" day already.  Somehow it doesn't seem like a celebration anymore.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 29, 2006, 07:39:17 AM
Sorry to double-post, but I found this much earlier in the thread and was thinking about the same thing yesterday:

Quote from: ""nicklegends""
Quote
By the way, how The Very Tall Turban of Ahmed Baba & The Water Bottle of Ponce De Leon had the most number of accomplished room objectives (9), the Pendant of Kamehameha had 10. Just saying!

That is true on a team level, however, on an individual level, The Water Bottle and Tall Turban episodes still hold the record. 9 is the theoretical maximum for completed objectives by a single player, because a player is forced to go through two temple guard rooms by their tenth room entered. One could argue the Dark Forest evasion would raise that maximum, but, meh, I'm not taking it that far. :wink:


Unless Room #10 was The Chamber of the Sacred Markers and the artifact was in the King's Storeroom.  The Temple Guard could come out from the sliding curtain thing in front of the ladder going up (like he did in the Upside-Down Compass of Henry Hudson.  Sherra went up after the Temple Guard took her Pendant.)
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Purple Parrot on December 29, 2006, 10:21:38 AM
The Cracked Crown of the Spanish King
&
The Dragon Lady and the Blue Pearl

Just something I noticed about the Cracked Crown episode. The temple games could have potentially resulted in a 2-2 pendant tie. The boys could have tied in that mountain climbing game with the pegs. The girls could have both held on for the entire 60 seconds on the rotating horse game. Then, the teams could have knocked down the same amount of gaurds in the cannonball-slingshot game.  :P
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on December 29, 2006, 10:42:25 AM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
The Cracked Crown of the Spanish King
&
The Dragon Lady and the Blue Pearl

Just something I noticed about the Cracked Crown episode. The temple games could have potentially resulted in a 2-2 pendant tie. The boys could have tied in that mountain climbing game with the pegs. The girls could have both held on for the entire 60 seconds on the rotating horse game. Then, the teams could have knocked down the same amount of gaurds in the cannonball-slingshot game.  :P


Couldn't almost all be a potential 2-2 tie?
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on December 29, 2006, 10:43:35 AM
Both of the girls in Blue Pearl want to be jobs that make a lot of money.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: nicklegends on December 29, 2006, 10:47:07 AM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
Couldn't almost all be a potential 2-2 tie?

Well, perhaps, but you have to avoid pretty much all games that are "race to the finish" style. For if neither team gets to the end, it goes to the team furthest along rule, where is is almost impossible for a tie to be declared.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 29, 2006, 10:55:02 AM
Yeah, like the third game in The Lost Lion Tail of Little John or the second one in The Melted Head of Madame Tussaud.

Quoth Kirk: "We're not gonna put 60 seconds on the clock, I just wanna say von boyage."
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Notundercovercop327 on December 29, 2006, 11:33:03 AM
Quote from: ""nicklegends""
Quote from: ""Olmec""
Couldn't almost all be a potential 2-2 tie?
Well, perhaps, but you have to avoid pretty much all games that are "race to the finish" style. For if neither team gets to the end, it goes to the team furthest along rule, where is is almost impossible for a tie to be declared.


that one time in pounce de leon and the lost fountain the game where you fill water buckets would have to be incredible close even for the buckets just to be kind of balanced
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on December 29, 2006, 11:34:00 AM
Quote from: ""outer space""
Quote from: ""nicklegends""
Quote from: ""Olmec""
Couldn't almost all be a potential 2-2 tie?
Well, perhaps, but you have to avoid pretty much all games that are "race to the finish" style. For if neither team gets to the end, it goes to the team furthest along rule, where is is almost impossible for a tie to be declared.

that one time in pounce de leon and the lost fountain the game where you fill water buckets would have to be incredible close even for the buckets just to be kind of balanced


Yeah.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 29, 2006, 11:43:19 AM
Quote from: ""outer space""
Quote from: ""nicklegends""
Quote from: ""Olmec""
Couldn't almost all be a potential 2-2 tie?
Well, perhaps, but you have to avoid pretty much all games that are "race to the finish" style. For if neither team gets to the end, it goes to the team furthest along rule, where is is almost impossible for a tie to be declared.

that one time in pounce de leon and the lost fountain the game where you fill water buckets would have to be incredible close even for the buckets just to be kind of balanced


I forgot about that game.  Or the one in the Golden Earring of Henry Morgan. (I guess the sail out from the dock, drop the thing and sail back wouldn't be tied unless the players were complete idiots.  They put too much time on the clock for that game.)
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Purple Parrot on December 29, 2006, 12:04:27 PM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
Couldn't almost all be a potential 2-2 tie?
Nope. It's actually pretty rare when all 3 temple games can end in a tie.

For instance, in today's other episode, The Dragon Lady and The Blue Pearl, there was only a potential for a tie in one of the temple games (and ironically, they actually did tie).

Quote
Quoth Kirk: "We're not gonna put 60 seconds on the clock, I just wanna say von boyage."

Did Kirk actually say it backwards or did you?...
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 29, 2006, 01:23:36 PM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
Quoth Kirk: "We're not gonna put 60 seconds on the clock, I just wanna say von boyage."
Did Kirk actually say it backwards or did you?...


I'm pretty sure he said "von boyage" if that's what you're talking about.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 30, 2006, 07:16:13 AM
12/30/06

The Comet-Embroidered Battle Flag of William the Conqueror
The Golden Spider Web of Robert the Bruce

(sigh) At this rate I'll never see all 120 episodes.  I haven't seen a whole bunch of them.  I'd like it if someone could upload a full episode (not just a Temple Run) of at least one of the following.

A question mark next to an episode means I'm not 100% sure I haven't seen it.

Alexander and the Gordian Knot
John Sutter and the Map to the Lost Gold Mine ?
Lawrence of Arabia's Headdress
The Codebook of Mata Hari
The Collar of Davy Crockett
The Diary of Dr. Livingstone ?
The Electrified Key of Benjamin Franklin ?
The Golden Goblet of Attila the Hun
The Golden Stallion of Ali Baba
The Helmet of Joan of Arc
The Ivory Elephant of Scheherazade
The Lion-Headed Bracelet of Chandragupta
The Lost Hornpipe of the Pirate Captain
The Moccassins of Geronimo
The Pendant of King Kamehameha
The Plumed Headdress of Cosarara
The Ruby Earring of bin-Zibab
The Sacred Ring of Sultan Sulayman
The Shriveled Hand of Afua
The Silk Sash of Mulan ?
The Silver Saddle Horn of Hannibal
The Stolen Arm of Shiva
The Stone Marker of Leif Eir?ksson
The Trojan Horseshoe
The Very Tall Turban of Ahmad Baba
The War Fan of the 47 Ronin
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Notundercovercop327 on December 30, 2006, 07:49:03 AM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
12/30/06

The Comet-Embroidered Battle Flag of William the Conqueror
The Golden Spider Web of Robert the Bruce

(sigh) At this rate I'll never see all 120 episodes.  I haven't seen a whole bunch of them.  I'd like it if someone could upload a full episode (not just a Temple Run) of at least one of the following.

A question mark next to an episode means I'm not 100% sure I haven't seen it.

Alexander and the Gordian Knot
John Sutter and the Map to the Lost Gold Mine ?
Lawrence of Arabia's Headdress
The Codebook of Mata Hari
The Collar of Davy Crockett
The Diary of Dr. Livingstone ?
The Electrified Key of Benjamin Franklin ?
The Golden Goblet of Attila the Hun
The Golden Stallion of Ali Baba
The Helmet of Joan of Arc
The Ivory Elephant of Scheherazade
The Lion-Headed Bracelet of Chandragupta
The Lost Hornpipe of the Pirate Captain
The Moccassins of Geronimo
The Pendant of King Kamehameha
The Plumed Headdress of Cosarara
The Ruby Earring of bin-Zibab
The Sacred Ring of Sultan Sulayman
The Shriveled Hand of Afua
The Silk Sash of Mulan ?
The Silver Saddle Horn of Hannibal
The Stolen Arm of Shiva
The Stone Marker of Leif Eir?ksson
The Trojan Horseshoe
The Very Tall Turban of Ahmad Baba
The War Fan of the 47 Ronin


do you have any episodes taped. I might be able to do a tape trade with you. but no uploading
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 30, 2006, 07:55:52 AM
Sorry, I don't. (And the good it'd do now what with all the same 20 episodes shown over and over.)
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on December 30, 2006, 09:25:04 AM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
12/30/06

The Comet-Embroidered Battle Flag of William the Conqueror
The Golden Spider Web of Robert the Bruce

(sigh) At this rate I'll never see all 120 episodes.  I haven't seen a whole bunch of them.  I'd like it if someone could upload a full episode (not just a Temple Run) of at least one of the following.

A question mark next to an episode means I'm not 100% sure I haven't seen it.

Alexander and the Gordian Knot
John Sutter and the Map to the Lost Gold Mine ?
Lawrence of Arabia's Headdress
The Codebook of Mata Hari
The Collar of Davy Crockett
The Diary of Dr. Livingstone ?
The Electrified Key of Benjamin Franklin ?
The Golden Goblet of Attila the Hun
The Golden Stallion of Ali Baba
The Helmet of Joan of Arc
The Ivory Elephant of Scheherazade
The Lion-Headed Bracelet of Chandragupta
The Lost Hornpipe of the Pirate Captain
The Moccassins of Geronimo
The Pendant of King Kamehameha
The Plumed Headdress of Cosarara
The Ruby Earring of bin-Zibab
The Sacred Ring of Sultan Sulayman
The Shriveled Hand of Afua
The Silk Sash of Mulan ?
The Silver Saddle Horn of Hannibal
The Stolen Arm of Shiva
The Stone Marker of Leif Eir?ksson
The Trojan Horseshoe
The Very Tall Turban of Ahmad Baba
The War Fan of the 47 Ronin
Almost all of those episodes you listed can be found on YouTube, so why not just watch the temple runs of those episodes.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Mandarin Hand on December 30, 2006, 10:02:21 AM
Quote from: ""Purple Parrots Fan""
Almost all of those episodes you listed can be found on YouTube, so why not just watch the temple runs of those episodes.

TAW visits my site regularly.  He knows.

Please keep this to on-topic discussion.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Purple Parrot on December 30, 2006, 03:03:20 PM
Something I never noticed about today's episode "The Golden Spider Web of Robert the Bruce": From the moment that Christine gets taken out of the temple and Jeremy begins his turn to go into the temple, it switches from Kirk's live commentary to a voice over of Kirk. They even put the camera on Christine outside of the temple yelling something to Jeremy, and it was voiceovered as "Go!" It didn't even match her mouth at all. Then, the voice over switches back to Kirk's live commentary after Jeremy leaves the Room of the Ancient Warriors.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 30, 2006, 03:21:16 PM
I just wanna commen about The Golden Spider Web of Robert the Bruce.  I know everybody complains that Jeremy cheated in his Temple Game and it cost them any extra prizes.  I'm just gonna point out with 30 seconds left and the objectives in the Dark Forest, the Jester's Court and the Tomb of the Headless Kings still incomplete, he wouldn't have made it even if he hadn't cheated in his Temple Game and te team won 2 Pendants.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Silver Monkey on December 30, 2006, 03:28:55 PM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
I just wanna commen about The Golden Spider Web of Robert the Bruce.  I know everybody complains that Jeremy cheated in his Temple Game and it cost them any extra prizes.  I'm just gonna point out with 30 seconds left and the objectives in the Dark Forest, the Jester's Court and the Tomb of the Headless Kings still incomplete, he wouldn't have made it even if he hadn't cheated in his Temple Game and te team won 2 Pendants.


True, but there were the possibilities of the Shrine/Bog and Shrine/Forest passages being open :wink:
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 30, 2006, 04:43:58 PM
The vertical passage didn't open. but I'm not sure about the diagonal passage.  But given the objectives left incomplete and how Jeremy was a player of only average skill, I still don't think he would've made it in time.  Even if the door to the Quicksand Bog opened when he put the monkey together, 45 seconds might not've been enough time.
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Post by: Olmec on December 30, 2006, 05:14:10 PM
Eww. I'm stuck at 41 episodes :'(

Does anyone remember that day in September where they only showed ONE new episode (Jeweled Necklace of Montezuma)? That's why I'm stuck on an odd number...


It's nice to see the Comet-Embroidered Battle Flag of William the Conqueror, that's one of the few episodes in this rerun cycle I actually CAN stand watching.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 30, 2006, 05:27:05 PM
I'm pretty sure that's when the cycle kicked up.  But they did show The Lost Log Books of Magellan and The Lost Lion Tail of Little John back then too, plus something else.  Remind me what you're keeping track of and have for 41 episodes now? Is it summaries of full episodes cus I could use some to, to put on The Room of the Ancient Warriors when I create it.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on December 30, 2006, 06:07:02 PM
The Quicksand Bog passge did open up in the Spider Web episode. You can see a clear shot of it in the credits.


Also, NONE of the "Climb up from underneath the center room" temple runs are possible. They always end in like the Dark Forest.  The Ivory Elephant, the Golden Spider Web, the Missing Portrait.... The Fountain of Youth episode doesn't count because that was a season one episode.... too easy. Of course, the temple gaurd placement was horrendous.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on December 30, 2006, 07:28:12 PM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
The Quicksand Bog passge did open up in the Spider Web episode. You can see a clear shot of it in the credits.


Also, NONE of the "Climb up from underneath the center room" temple runs are possible. They always end in like the Dark Forest.  The Ivory Elephant, the Golden Spider Web, the Missing Portrait.... The Fountain of Youth episode doesn't count because that was a season one episode.... too easy. Of course, the temple gaurd placement was horrendous.


I heard they opened up certain doors in the credits, so you don't know for sure, I think...
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: nicklegends on December 30, 2006, 07:48:44 PM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
I heard they opened up certain doors in the credits, so you don't know for sure, I think...

That is true--I think they flip the "all-doors open" trigger when it makes exiting out of the temple easier for the contestants and cameramen, or for whatever other reason. I think they did not do it most times because the temple must have taken a very long time to manually "reset," that is, to slide all the doors shut after they had been opened.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Notundercovercop327 on December 31, 2006, 03:59:15 AM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
The Quicksand Bog passge did open up in the Spider Web episode. You can see a clear shot of it in the credits.


Also, NONE of the "Climb up from underneath the center room" temple runs are possible. They always end in like the Dark Forest.  The Ivory Elephant, the Golden Spider Web, the Missing Portrait.... The Fountain of Youth episode doesn't count because that was a season one episode.... too easy. Of course, the temple gaurd placement was horrendous.


If every one moved like gator from the mussle shell armor then they could pull it off
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 31, 2006, 04:40:55 AM
Quote from: ""nicklegends""
Quote from: ""Olmec""
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
The Quicksand Bog passge did open up in the Spider Web episode. You can see a clear shot of it in the credits.
I heard they opened up certain doors in the credits, so you don't know for sure, I think...
That is true--I think they flip the "all-doors open" trigger when it makes exiting out of the temple easier for the contestants and cameramen, or for whatever other reason. I think they did not do it most times because the temple must have taken a very long time to manually "reset," that is, to slide all the doors shut after they had been opened.

Why would they do it here, though? Jeremy could just plow through the wall, pull a Henry the Eighth's Great Seal and run over to close the show with Kirk and Christine. (I still say it wouldn't have mattered and Jeremy wouldn't have gotten the Golden Spider Web even if the team won 2 Pendants and the diagonal passage was open.)

Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
Also, NONE of the "Climb up from underneath the center room" temple runs are possible. The Fountain of Youth episode doesn't count because that was a season one episode.... too easy.


Not easy for Season 1 players, since most of them didn't have a clue what they were doing.  Plus the Temple Guards were in the Cave of Size, the Observatory and the Room of Harmonic Convergence.  The boy (I forget his name) could'nt avoid the Observatory and the Room of Harmonic Convergence and still get to the Bottle of Water of Ponce de Leon in the Heart Room. Unless he began in the Cave of Size (but he wouldn't cus the upper route had easier objectives,) any frontrunner would be taken out only one room away and the second player would be stuck with about a minute on the clock. (Not enough time to pass through 9 cleared rooms and finish the objective of the tenth and climb up a ladder, grab the Bottle, climb up another ladder and go through three rooms, down the stairs and back through the Temple Gates.  Even Jennifer from The Dragon Lady and the Blue Pearl wouldn't be able to pull it off if she was paired with this guy.)
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 31, 2006, 05:06:06 AM
If they're gonna show the same episodes over and over again, could they at least choose ones a little less pathetic?

12/31/06

The Golden Cricket Cage of Khan
The Dried Ear of Corn of Sojourner Truth
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Purple Parrot on December 31, 2006, 06:02:42 AM
I love the Dried Ear of Corn episode. It's tragic. So close....

Anyways, it really proves how much the temple gaurds can mess a team up. I mean, It was the same temple design as The Much-Heralded Helmet of Sir Gawain, except the Dried Ear of Corn team ran into all 3 temple gaurds. It really cost them.

Something I never noticed before, when the temple spirit in the tree grabs Tess, Kirk says "Give it the pendant" and Tess mumbles something. Today, I was finally able to understand what she said. She said "Where do I put it!??!" then you can hear the crew yelling at her: "In the tree! Go! Go!" :P
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 31, 2006, 08:38:51 AM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
Something I never noticed before, when the temple spirit in the tree grabs Tess, Kirk says "Give it the pendant" and Tess mumbles something. Today, I was finally able to understand what she said. She said "Where do I put it!??!" then you can hear the crew yelling at her: "In the tree! Go! Go!" :P


I don't blame her for getting confused.  Given that they stuffed a spotter in the trees (see Michael Lupia interview on the Shrine of the Silver Monkey,) you'd think you could just put the Pendant in the tree's hand and go on.  There should've been some hook on the outside of the tree that you could hang the Pendant on if you get caught.  It would've made handing in the Pendant a lot quicker and easier.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Notundercovercop327 on December 31, 2006, 10:44:08 AM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
Something I never noticed before, when the temple spirit in the tree grabs Tess, Kirk says "Give it the pendant" and Tess mumbles something. Today, I was finally able to understand what she said. She said "Where do I put it!??!" then you can hear the crew yelling at her: "In the tree! Go! Go!" :P

I don't blame her for getting confused.  Given that they stuffed a spotter in the trees (see Michael Lupia interview on the Shrine of the Silver Monkey,) you'd think you could just put the Pendant in the tree's hand and go on.  There should've been some hook on the outside of the tree that you could hang the Pendant on if you get caught.  It would've made handing in the Pendant a lot quicker and easier.


I disagree the puting the pendant on a hook would take forever puting it in the trees mouth doesn't take that long.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on December 31, 2006, 10:47:29 AM
Oh I guess, I was just thinking the players wouldn't be saying "Where do I put it?" if there was a upward-curved hook next to the hole.
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Post by: Headbanger15 on December 31, 2006, 02:30:04 PM
Boy, that's a good way to end 2006....NOT!!
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Notundercovercop327 on December 31, 2006, 03:22:05 PM
Quote from: ""Headbanger15""
Boy, that's a good way to end 2006....NOT!!


not this again. can we discuss this in another topic
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Nickgas-misser on January 01, 2007, 01:27:39 AM
1/1/07
The Diary of Dr. Livingston
The Trojan Horseshoe
:)
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on January 01, 2007, 05:30:06 AM
OMG YAY!

Great start to the new year!!!!
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 01, 2007, 06:56:11 AM
YES!! Two episodes I've never seen before!

Who was it that said we'd get diffrent episodes starting 1/01/07? Was it math? Either way, haleluyah!
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Post by: nicklegends on January 01, 2007, 07:02:38 AM
I'm just happy to see that Nick GAS made it into 2007.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 01, 2007, 07:10:27 AM
I suppose after reducing the number of Legends episodes the show, they'd do the same to their other shows and then the channel would close shop.  But this is a real twist! And now my "haven't seen" list will be a bit shorter when I catch the episodes at 3:00, it'll look like this:

Again, a question mark next to an episode means I'm not 100% sure I haven't seen it.

Alexander and the Gordian Knot
John Sutter and the Map to the Lost Gold Mine ?
Lawrence of Arabia's Headdress
The Codebook of Mata Hari
The Collar of Davy Crockett
The Electrified Key of Benjamin Franklin ?
The Golden Goblet of Attila the Hun
The Golden Stallion of Ali Baba
The Helmet of Joan of Arc
The Ivory Elephant of Scheherazade
The Lion-Headed Bracelet of Chandragupta
The Lost Hornpipe of the Pirate Captain
The Moccassins of Geronimo
The Pendant of King Kamehameha
The Plumed Headdress of Cosarara
The Ruby Earring of bin-Zibab
The Sacred Ring of Sultan Sulayman
The Shriveled Hand of Afua
The Silk Sash of Mulan ?
The Silver Saddle Horn of Hannibal
The Stolen Arm of Shiva
The Stone Marker of Leif Eir?ksson
The Very Tall Turban of Ahmad Baba
The War Fan of the 47 Ronin

Seen: 96-99 episodes
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Mandarin Hand on January 01, 2007, 08:51:19 AM
Interesting way to start off the new year, what with two victorious episodes that haven't been seen on television in quite some time.

I seem to recall the Diary of Dr. Livingstone victory not doing anything for me.  It was just kind of there and rather boring.  The Trojan Horseshoe's run was a little boring as well, from what I recall.

Oh well, enjoy the new episodes while you can.  I predict we'll get "new" episodes tomorrow, and then we'll be back to the cycle of fourteen or so we've been getting for months.

Oh, and I've seen 111 episodes.  The following really need to air on GAS, for I haven't seen them AND I don't own their runs.  (There are more whose runs I don't have, but one step at a time.)
- The Keys to the Alhambra
- John Sutter and the Map to the Lost Gold Mine
- The Lost Logbooks of Magellan
- The Silver Saddle Horn of Hannibal
- The Golden Goblet of Attila the Hun
- The Jeweled Necklace of Montezuma
- The Bent Shaving Pan of Jedediah Smith
- The Lily-Crested Crown of Clovis I (has ANYONE seen this episode?)
- The Lion-Slashed Jacket of Sacagawea
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 01, 2007, 09:05:11 AM
Quote from: ""Renegade Pancake""
Oh, and I've seen 111 episodes.  The following really need to air on GaS, for I haven't seen them AND I don't own their runs.  (There are more whose runs I don't have, but one step at a time.)
- The Keys to the Alhambra
- John Sutter and the Map to the Lost Gold Mine
- The Lost Logbooks of Magellan
- The Silver Saddle Horn of Hannibal
- The Golden Goblet of Attila the Hun
- The Jeweled Necklace of Montezuma
- The Bent Shaving Pan of Jedediah Smith
- The Lily-Crested Crown of Clovis I (has ANYONE seen this episode?)
- The Lion-Slashed Jacket of Sacagawea


Actually I've seen the Lily-Crested Crown of Clovis the First.  Don't remember much about it though, except how Clovis led his men through shallow water to anew land.  He knew it was shallow because there were lilies floating on it, and thankful that knowing lilies float in shallow water helped him leave an old land without drowning, he changed his symbol from three frogs to three water-lilies.

Your turn.  Do you remember Olmec's Legend of The Codebook of Mata Hari? I'd liek to hear about it.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Mandarin Hand on January 01, 2007, 10:00:39 AM
Gareth was a fat-ass, and Rinette was slow.  That's all you need to know.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 01, 2007, 11:42:39 AM
Wait, why didn't I just search Wikipedia to find out who Mata Hari is? I'm such an idiot sometimes.

Anyway, to get back on topic.  Here's my summaries for today's episodes.

The Diary of Dr. Livingstone? Kinda an average win (except that Brett entered all 12 rooms of the Temple.) Blue Barracudas were a good team all day, second in the Moat, second on the Steps, and shutting out the Purple Parrots 2-0 in the Temple Games.  Tabitha was okay, making it five rooms to the Dark Forest where a Temple Spirit caught her with just under two minutes left.

Brett, as we all know, was the only person to complete the Viper's Nest objective.  But he was also the only person to ever put the Dark Forest key back in the tree when it wouldn't unlock the Golden Doors.  He made it out with the Diary with 5 seconds left, and so he and Tabitha won the Magnavox portable CD players, the Schwinn Z-Flash bikes, and the trip to Smuggler's Notch.

Notes: This might've been the first episode where a player enters the Crypt, since Kirk calls it the "Crypt Room" every time.  Also, the Temple Run music was not where it should've been in the last few seconds of the run.

The Trojan Horseshoe? The Green Monkeys here were great players all day.  They were first in both the Moat and the Steps of Knowledge, and won 1.5-0.5 in the Temple Games. (But how the Silver Snakes, who threw out so many wrong and poorly-phrased answers in the Steps of Knowledge, ended up facing them in the Temple Games is beyond me.) Lucretia went first.  She wasn't very fast, but the only room where she had any trouble was the Room of Golden Idols.  She waved to her partner before entering the Shrine of the Silver Monkey, where she was taken out of the Temple.

Shawn wasn't an amazing player, but he had enough time to get the job done.  He got to the Horseshoe with 0:47 left and took the low road to get out with 10 seconds on the clock and record the first Green Monkeys win.  He and Lucretia won Magnavox portable CD players, the camping prize packages and the trip to the Bahamas.  The crowd was real excited this episode, I love when that happens.

Notes: The half Pendant was on the actuator for the door from the Room of Golden Idols to the Shrine of the Silver Monkey.  After two teams missed a Steps of Knowledge question, Olmec said "This is the next question" rather than Kirk saying "Next question, Olmec." Olmec skipped a small part of his rundown when explaining the Room of the Three Gargoyles: "Push in the right tongue, and a door might lead you down a Wall Climb." Also, the Silver Snakes here gave a lot of wrong answers at the Steps of Knowledge.  For example:

Olmec asks:
"The soldier Achilles gave his name to what body part??"
The Silver Snakes ring in: "The? thing on the back of your foot?"
"That is not one of our three choices," replies Olmec.
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on January 01, 2007, 11:48:15 AM
Ty from the Lucky Medallion of Atocha completed the Viper's Nest objective.  He just didn't have to do it.
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Post by: jfeathe on January 01, 2007, 11:55:36 AM
Did anyone else notice how nutty the Temple Games interview was on the Trojan Horseshoe? Kirk started laughing when the crazy Silver Snakes boy introduced himself with his first and last name and couldn't stop after that. Also, I was surprised to see a 15 year old on the show. I thought the limit was 14.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 01, 2007, 12:19:16 PM
Russell the boy on the Red Jaguars in The Secret Map of the Bandit Queen was also 15.  If they're 14 during the auditions but turn 15 on or before the day when their show's taped, they still get to go on the show.
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on January 01, 2007, 01:02:03 PM
GUTS had a 15-year old on the show early on, too.
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Post by: Olmec on January 01, 2007, 01:42:06 PM
It seems season 1, they were all really old or really young. I saw Clovis, my cousin has it on the tape I taped for her. I personally thought the Mata Hari legend was one of the more interesting ones.
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on January 01, 2007, 01:49:37 PM
It also seemed that in Season 1, it was a mix of ages.  (See The Golden Cricket Cage of Khan; Tia and Jon were 11 and 13, respectively).  It seemed more even in the other seasons.
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Post by: nicklegends on January 01, 2007, 02:07:36 PM
Quote from: ""math""
Did anyone else notice how nutty the Temple Games interview was on the Trojan Horseshoe? Kirk started laughing when the crazy Silver Snakes boy introduced himself with his first and last name and couldn't stop after that. Also, I was surprised to see a 15 year old on the show. I thought the limit was 14.

Joel from the Iron Nose Ring was 15 as well.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Notundercovercop327 on January 01, 2007, 02:36:26 PM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
 But he was also the only person to ever put the Dark Forest key back in the tree when it wouldn't unlock the Golden Doors.  .


tony of the snakeskin boots of billy the kid also put the key back in the tree when the doors didn't unlock
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Post by: Olmec on January 01, 2007, 02:44:27 PM
Why did I just turn on Nick GaS to see... THE TROJRAN HORSESHOE?!

EDIT: I need to read earlier pages >_<
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Post by: Olmec on January 01, 2007, 02:44:58 PM
God damnit, I totally missed out on these! I gotta stay up late now :'(
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 01, 2007, 03:23:50 PM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
I saw Clovis, my cousin has it on the tape I taped for her. I personally thought the Mata Hari legend was one of the more interesting ones.


Can you tell me about it? I read on Wikipedia she was an exotic dancer and a convicted spy.  What else am I missing?
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Post by: Olmec on January 01, 2007, 03:55:05 PM
She was a double agents in WW1. The Germans thought she was spying on the French & vice versa. They eventually caught her & blindfolded her & she blew kisses at her firing squad.

FIN
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 01, 2007, 04:24:06 PM
Thanks Olmec.  Now to stay on topic, if I'm right and the different episodes aren't a one-day thing, it should be The Moccasins of Geronimo and The Bent Shaving Pan of Jedediah Smith. (See page 2 of thread.)
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Notundercovercop327 on January 01, 2007, 04:28:37 PM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
Thanks Olmec.  Now to stay on topic, if I'm right and the different episodes aren't a one-day thing, it should be The Moccasins of Geronimo and The Bent Shaving Pan of Jedediah Smith. (See page 2 of thread.)

we can only hope
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Mandarin Hand on January 01, 2007, 04:41:34 PM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
Thanks Olmec.  Now to stay on topic, if I'm right and the different episodes aren't a one-day thing, it should be The Moccasins of Geronimo and The Bent Shaving Pan of Jedediah Smith. (See page 2 of thread.)

*Ears Perk Up*
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on January 01, 2007, 05:34:18 PM
The only correlation between these two episodes is that the Steps of Knowledge had the same four teams:  Blue, Green, Purple, and Silver.  (A somewhat rare format IIRC.)

Although, if you asked Kirk, the Diary of Dr. Livingstone had "Silver, Green, Purple, and Blue".
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Nickgas-misser on January 02, 2007, 02:01:11 AM
1/2
The Silver Saddle Horn of Hanniba
Robin Hood and Marian's Ladder

:)
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on January 02, 2007, 06:58:23 AM
Yay!!!

Even though I don't really like these episodes, at least they're different.


I thought the steps of knowledge for the Trojan Horseshoe episode were hilarious. Olmec seemed to be getting pissed. And i noticed that today's episodes had the same four teams in the steps of knowlesdge with different teams making it to the temple games (blue and pruple first, then green and silver). The only other episode with this color combination that I can think of off the top of my head is The Leopard-Skin Cloak  of Annie Oakley.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Notundercovercop327 on January 02, 2007, 06:58:57 AM
Quote from: ""lotht-lover""
1/2
The Silver Saddle Horn of Hanniba
Robin Hood and Marian's Ladder

:)


they are mixing it up last time around it was maid mariens ladder and the snakeskin boots of billy the kid
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: tss1011 on January 02, 2007, 07:38:42 AM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
I thought the steps of knowledge for the Trojan Horseshoe episode were hilarious. Olmec seemed to be getting pissed.


He sounds a little pissed in the Robin Hood episode as well, judging by the way he says, "No, that is incorrect."  But I would be too if I repeatedly got cut off by the Bow and Arrow Skills kid (whom I expected to say "Aw, shucks, I'm sorry mister!" after his wrong answers).
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on January 02, 2007, 10:13:18 AM
Quote from: ""outer space""
Quote from: ""lotht-lover""
1/2
The Silver Saddle Horn of Hanniba
Robin Hood and Marian's Ladder

:)

they are mixing it up last time around it was maid mariens ladder and the snakeskin boots of billy the kid
Also, last time the 'Silver Saddle Horn' episode aired, they played it with 'Map to the Lost Gold Mine' (according to the 1st few pages in this topic).
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 02, 2007, 10:26:07 AM
Aww, I could've two episodes I've never seen before, not just one. (Actually, now that I saw the Temple Games in The Silver Saddle Horn of Hannibal I think I might've seen it before.) I was really hoping to hear an interview with Lee, too.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on January 02, 2007, 11:27:55 AM
Quote from: ""Purple Parrots Fan""
Quote from: ""outer space""
Quote from: ""lotht-lover""
1/2
The Silver Saddle Horn of Hanniba
Robin Hood and Marian's Ladder

:)

they are mixing it up last time around it was maid mariens ladder and the snakeskin boots of billy the kid
Also, last time the 'Silver Saddle Horn' episode aired, they played it with 'Map to the Lost Gold Mine' (according to the 1st few pages in this topic).


Really? From my list of episodes to tape (which were in an order that they should've appeared if we stuck to stchedule), these are a correct pair, just out of order.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on January 02, 2007, 11:54:21 AM
Quote
Today's episodes:

John Sutter and the Lost Map of the Gold Mine
The Silver Saddle Horn of Hannibal

The first ep is a classic, with more Fogg-Ups than most episodes combined, and another hilarious moment at the end of the Temple Run. The second features a frustrating Temple Run where bad luck does the team in.

^ That was the last time 'Silver Saddle Horn' aired, July 14, 2006. I think around that time 'Robin Hood' and 'Snakeskin Boots' aired together too.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 02, 2007, 01:44:23 PM
Again, aww.  Thou hopefully Nick GaS is finally out of the awful 20-episode cycle and I can see something different tomorrow too.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on January 02, 2007, 01:58:27 PM
John Sutter and the Map to the Lost Gold Mine better come on soon. It's the best episode of the first season in my opinion and someone can finally cap it if it does air.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Mandarin Hand on January 02, 2007, 04:39:08 PM
Two notes about the Silver Saddle Horn of Hannibal (which I did capture the run of):

A) Isn't the location of the Holes of Python Temple Guard unusual?  It's between partitions AFTER the ladder.  Maybe the contestant was intended to come down from the Treasure Room.

B) The second contestant's name is Damon, NOT Damien as NickLegends' site puts it.  He says his name is Damon before the Temple Games, and Kirk DOES say Damien during the run.  Who do you trust for a name: Kirk, or the kid whose name is in question?
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Nickgas-misser on January 03, 2007, 01:31:59 AM
1/3
the Helmet of Joan of Arc
The Codebook of Mata Hari

:)
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Kate on January 03, 2007, 02:24:01 AM
:o  :lol: Yay!
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Purple Parrot on January 03, 2007, 07:03:25 AM
I hate the Codebook of Mata Hari... a lot.


Interesting note: The two episodes that feature a temple gaurd in the Holes of Python aired consecutively.
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on January 03, 2007, 08:56:49 AM
They sure love Season 1 these days.
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Post by: Olmec on January 03, 2007, 09:51:58 AM
Yes! My very first episode ever is on! Now I'll have 2 copies of it on tape (even though my 45 episodes I have now aren't including old reruns, because I'm just that anal). I enjoy the Codebook of Mata Hari a lot until the Temple Run.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 03, 2007, 01:28:04 PM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
I enjoy the Codebook of Mata Hari a lot until the Temple Run.


I agree. Garrett and Rinette were bad players in the Temple, but the legend was pretty intresting to hear about.

Note: The Temple Games in The Codebook of Mata Hari should've gone to a tiebreaker, but Kirk put a little too much emphasis on the "who's further along when time's up wins" rule in the third Temple Game.  The teams each got only one message across, so they should've each gotten the full Pendant, and the teams would've each had 1?.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on January 03, 2007, 02:27:01 PM
No, Blue should have won the temple games 2 to 1.

Blue was farther along in the first game, but Kirk was seeing things so Silver won. Blue won the second game fair and square. The third game was a tie, I don't see how Silver was further along because when time ran out, the blue kid was ahead of Rhonette on the Silver team.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Mandarin Hand on January 03, 2007, 02:50:33 PM
Gareth was a pretty big kid, but he wasn't bad in the Temple at all.  He just had to maneuver through the Cave of Sighs AND the Holes of Python.  Rinette, on the other hand, was slow-as-balls.  (She took even longer in the Cave than Gareth did!)
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Notundercovercop327 on January 03, 2007, 03:06:14 PM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
No, Blue should have won the temple games 2 to 1.

Blue was farther along in the first game, but Kirk was seeing things so Silver won. Blue won the second game fair and square. The third game was a tie, I don't see how Silver was further along because when time ran out, the blue kid was ahead of Rhonette on the Silver team.


Aren't there judges who ultamatly choose who wins each game?
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: nicklegends on January 03, 2007, 04:39:19 PM
Quote from: ""outer space""
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
No, Blue should have won the temple games 2 to 1.

Blue was farther along in the first game, but Kirk was seeing things so Silver won. Blue won the second game fair and square. The third game was a tie, I don't see how Silver was further along because when time ran out, the blue kid was ahead of Rhonette on the Silver team.

Aren't there judges who ultamatly choose who wins each game?


Yes, but that doesn't really detract from the fact that they often took the rule too seriously. :P
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Post by: Kate on January 04, 2007, 02:17:20 AM
1/4
The Electrified Key of Benjamin Franklin
Wild Bill Hickok and the Dead Man's Hand

The Steps of Knowledge is just hilarious in the Dead Man's Hand. "Colonel Sanders?" lmao..
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on January 04, 2007, 07:01:59 AM
Hey, a Season 2 episode!  That I don't have!

Nick GAS really wants to work me before I leave to the world of no GAS on the 11th.
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Post by: Olmec on January 04, 2007, 09:51:40 AM
*is so damn happy*

Two of my favorite losses are on!
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Mandarin Hand on January 04, 2007, 10:17:17 AM
It's a three-out-of-four episode!

When Olmec reveals that the Key is in the Throne Room, it's BLATANTLY obvious to the viewer that the Lucky Pillow is in the Heart Room.

Furthermore, during the third Temple Game, you can see the Lucky Medallion of Atocha in the Mine Shaft, meaning that was filmed first.

Hm.  Just how many One-Pendant episodes can film in a day?

Oh, and I plan on capping this, but the Green Monkey boy learned: answering questions before the choices are revealed will bite you in the ass later on.
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Post by: Olmec on January 04, 2007, 10:37:26 AM
Benjamin Franklin Quotes: "Ambassador..."

Wild Bill Hickok Quotes: "FORT WORTH!" (watch the girl's eyes light up) "POKER!!!!!" (really loud) "Disatourus Denise" (two teams said it) "Cornel Sanders!" (no comment, we all know)
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on January 04, 2007, 10:52:19 AM
I can confirm that the first episode to begin production was, in fact, the Golden Cup of Belshazzar, because you don't see either Galileo's Cannonball or the Dead Man's Hand in the Mine Shaft during the Games of the latter episode.  It would also make sense that the Temple Run was filmed later, due to Kirk's revelation that the first episode took forever to film and the kids were too exhausted and crying.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 04, 2007, 10:58:43 AM
Was Wild Bill Hickok and the Dead Man's Hand last for that day? I didn't think so because of the awful lighting, all the weird things going on there.  But in Olmec's rundown, the Treasure of Anne Bonny in the Shrine of the Silver Monkey was open.  And we know Jammin' Jon opened it in Galileo's Cannonball and put the half Pendant next to it.
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on January 04, 2007, 11:57:19 AM
Wahoo!! New Episodes!! Let's keep it going!!
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Mandarin Hand on January 04, 2007, 06:42:30 PM
Inspired by today's episode...

...a short film (http://http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8dr8QrJyxVk).
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Kate on January 05, 2007, 02:19:49 AM
1/5
The Mummified Hand of the Egyptian King
The Golden Cup of Belshazzar

:)
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on January 05, 2007, 08:55:28 AM
I don't even see a correlation between these two episodes.   They seem to have nothing in common.
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Post by: Olmec on January 05, 2007, 03:51:25 PM
Quote from: ""Renegade Pancake""
I don't even see a correlation between these two episodes.   They seem to have nothing in common.


Do they usually?



~~~

I love how Olmec always calls it "phay-roh". =P
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 05, 2007, 03:55:34 PM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
I love how Olmec always calls it "phay-roh". =P


Me too, in fact I've even started to say pharaoh the same way. (And not just when I'm doin' one of my many Olmec impressions.)
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Post by: nicklegends on January 05, 2007, 04:35:23 PM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
Quote from: ""Olmec""
I love how Olmec always calls it "phay-roh". =P

Me too, in fact I've even started to say pharaoh the same way. (And not just when I'm doin' one of my many Olmec impressions.)

Why is that improper? (http://http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/pharaoh)  :|
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 05, 2007, 04:40:20 PM
I never said it was, I've just never heard anyone other than Dee say it that way.
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Post by: Olmec on January 05, 2007, 04:57:53 PM
Well... "Fair-oh" is the way I say it, & it's first. "Fey-roh" is the third way listed there. Just when my mom walks in & hears Olmec, she's all like "eww, it's fair-oh..."
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 05, 2007, 04:59:57 PM
Show her the link nicklegends put up here and that'll shut her up.
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Post by: Olmec on January 05, 2007, 05:47:49 PM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
Show her the link nicklegends put up here and that'll shut her up.


Oh, that's directed to my mom, I thought it was towards me at first >_<
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on January 05, 2007, 06:18:41 PM
Just a note for Belshazzar: When Katherine is caught by the Cave of Size's Temple Guard, the capture sound doesn't play. The guard appears to "roar" at her :P
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on January 05, 2007, 08:10:51 PM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
Quote from: ""Renegade Pancake""
I don't even see a correlation between these two episodes.   They seem to have nothing in common.

Do they usually?

Yes.

Today's relation was that in the Hand episode, Red and Purple didn't make it out of the moat, but in the Cup episode, they were the two teams in the temple games.... I'm grasping at straws here...
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 06, 2007, 07:45:13 AM
I got up kinda early today but saw only the Temple Run of today's second episode.  It's The Very Tall Turban of Ahmad Baba, another episode I've never seen before.
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Post by: Olmec on January 06, 2007, 08:05:09 AM
Yeah, I missed the first episode too.
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on January 06, 2007, 10:00:57 AM
01.06.07
- King Tut's Cobra Staff
- The Very Tall Turban of Ahmed Baba
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 06, 2007, 10:51:52 AM
Did anyone notice that David dropped his half Pendant as he was leaving the Tomb of Ancient Kings with the staff?
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on January 06, 2007, 11:24:02 AM
Yes.
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on January 06, 2007, 12:01:01 PM
Well, he figured he didn't need it anymore.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 06, 2007, 01:06:24 PM
I think they could've recorded the first of four Purple Parrots if David went first.  He knew what he was doing, and althou his partner was probably reading Stephen King instead of the Temple map (I know someone made a similar comment about Jackie in the Oracle Bowl of Delphi, hope they won't mind I said this,) Eusinia was a fast runner.  She probably could've made it out with the Cobra Staff if David went first (unless she tried scaling the central shaft on the way out.)
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on January 06, 2007, 02:05:19 PM
Eusinia only understood the concepts of "push the button" and "spin the celestial lights".  She bee-lined for actuators in every room except for the Observatory, where there were none.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on January 06, 2007, 03:35:23 PM
I agree. Had David gone first, he could have layed out the path. Eusinia was a much faster runner and she was taller. She would have had to assemble the monkey though....
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on January 06, 2007, 03:38:04 PM
If the door between the Observatory and the Treasure Room opened, It could've been a solo run :wink:
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on January 06, 2007, 04:20:03 PM
Quote from: ""The Silver Monkey""
If the door between the Observatory and the Treasure Room opened, It could've been a solo run :wink:


the Key word in that sentance is if. and You can't think about the if's. all that matters is what did happen
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Purple Parrot on January 07, 2007, 06:06:25 AM
Galileo's Cannonball
&
The Mysterious Manuscript of Mary Shelley


Something to take a look at in the Manuscript episode: I swear to God that Jennifer from the Melted Head episode is on the Orange Igunanas in this episode as well. Watch when the Iguanas are introduced. That girl did the same movements and everything. From what I could see of her, she kinda looked like Jennifer too. They didn't make it out of the moat though. Maybe Jennifer was a replacement in the Melted Head episode which was recorded later?
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Post by: Olmec on January 07, 2007, 06:29:01 AM
Jammin' Jon & Kate should've been on a team, enough said.
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Post by: Kate on January 07, 2007, 12:54:00 PM
Boy, was Kate from the Manuscript of Mary Shelley fired up. I laughed so hard when she screamed after the Steps of Knowledge.  :lol:
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 07, 2007, 01:02:18 PM
I loved her excitement, too bad she got paired up with Larry.  I really would've liked to see such a fired-up player win, but at least she wasn't a sore loser when they couldn't get to the Manuscript.
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on January 07, 2007, 02:05:27 PM
Kirk also mentioned that the team was going to "retrieve one of Galileo's Cannonballs and return it to its rightful owner".  So, he fixed that mistake for the Dead Man's Hand episode.  Thus, Galileo was filmed immediately before DMH.
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Post by: Headbanger15 on January 07, 2007, 02:15:43 PM
You know, I'm pretty happy that the repeats have started to go down. I haven't seen the Galileo episode in so damn long!
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: tss1011 on January 07, 2007, 07:11:27 PM
Quote from: ""Renegade Pancake""
Kirk also mentioned that the team was going to "retrieve one of Galileo's Cannonballs and return it to its rightful owner".  So, he fixed that mistake for the Dead Man's Hand episode.  Thus, Galileo was filmed immediately before DMH.


The only other episode in which Kirk says that is "The Golden Cup of Belshazzar", supposedly the first episode taped.

Since Galileo must have filmed before Dead Man's Hand, that just makes DMH even weirder (referring to contestants by their full names, etc).
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on January 07, 2007, 07:58:04 PM
That's just the contestants being weird.  I mean, it's not the only episode that they used first and last names.
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on January 08, 2007, 01:31:12 AM
1/8
The Collar of Davy Crockett
The Plumed Headdress of Cosarara
:)
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Post by: silversnakeman on January 08, 2007, 01:42:40 AM
Those 2 episodes aired sometime during the "20-episode repeat saga"
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on January 08, 2007, 08:13:54 AM
Both of these episodes take the exact same path through the temple except the artifact is closer in the Collar episode. Also, both episodes feature the same 4 teams making it across the moat. The Cosarara moat crossing was HEAVILY editted. Finally, the tag on the Collar was indeed a full pendant of life.
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Post by: Olmec on January 08, 2007, 09:51:10 AM
OH MY FREAKING GOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I'M SO DAMN HAPPY!!!!!!!!! If anyone remembers how I became a minor version of Kamehameha with these episode, I'm just so happy right now. This made my day.
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on January 08, 2007, 10:06:08 AM
"What the hell is a Valley Girl doing on Legends?"

I'm fairly certain Abbie, the Red Jaguar, was on Get the Picture.  We all know Adam was.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 08, 2007, 05:08:36 PM
Quote from: ""Renegade Pancake""
That's just the contestants being weird.  I mean, it's not the only episode that they used first and last names.


True.  I remember this from The Golden Cricket Cage of Khan.

Kirk: And on the Silver Snakes, we have?
Tia: Tia Thomas, and I'm 11 years old.
Kirk: And?
Jon: Jon, I'm 13.
Kirk: Let's hear it for the Silver Snakes!

And in Ponce de Leon and the Lost Fountain of Youth, the girl on the Green Monkeys was Jessica Hill.  I didn't catch her partner's name thou. (And I've seen the episode three times, too!)
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on January 09, 2007, 05:44:09 AM
Uh oh...

The Bifocal Monocle of One-Eyed Jack
Ponce de Leon & the Lost Fountain of Youth

Repeats.... These episodes were shown on December 15th. Less than a month ago.
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on January 09, 2007, 12:03:06 PM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
Uh oh...

The Bifocal Monocle of One-Eyed Jack
Ponce de Leon & the Lost Fountain of Youth

Repeats.... These episodes were shown on December 15th. Less than a month ago.


It wasn't part of the "official" repeat rotation, though, so no problem...
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on January 09, 2007, 12:27:16 PM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
Quote from: ""Renegade Pancake""
That's just the contestants being weird.  I mean, it's not the only episode that they used first and last names.

True.  I remember this from The Golden Cricket Cage of Khan.

Kirk: And on the Silver Snakes, we have?
Tia: Tia Thomas, and I'm 11 years old.
Kirk: And?
Jon: Jon, I'm 13.
Kirk: Let's hear it for the Silver Snakes!

And in Ponce de Leon and the Lost Fountain of Youth, the girl on the Green Monkeys was Jessica Hill.  I didn't catch her partner's name thou. (And I've seen the episode three times, too!)
Her partners name was James I believe...
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on January 09, 2007, 01:02:39 PM
Quote from: ""The Silver Monkey""
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
Uh oh...

The Bifocal Monocle of One-Eyed Jack
Ponce de Leon & the Lost Fountain of Youth

Repeats.... These episodes were shown on December 15th. Less than a month ago.

It wasn't part of the "official" repeat rotation, though, so no problem...

The thing is, it could be starting a brand new cycle of repeats.
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on January 10, 2007, 01:31:50 AM
1/10
The Milk Bucket of Freydis
The Helmet of Genghis Khan
:(
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on January 10, 2007, 06:06:59 AM
As much as I love seeing hte Milk Bucket episode, I was hoping for an episode that hasn't been aired in a while. :(
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 10, 2007, 10:11:17 AM
Hey, they have to cover the episodes that were in the 20-episode cycle somewhere in the full-series rotation, right? If tomorrow's episodes are also from the 20-cycle, then we can panic.
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Post by: Kate on January 11, 2007, 02:26:48 AM
The Diary of Dr. Livingstone(I think)
The Trojan Horsehoe
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on January 11, 2007, 02:54:19 AM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
Hey, they have to cover the episodes that were in the 20-episode cycle somewhere in the full-series rotation, right? If tomorrow's episodes are also from the 20-cycle, then we can panic.

panicing doesn't seem so bad right now
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Post by: silversnakeman on January 11, 2007, 04:37:55 AM
I hope they're not starting a new 20 episode cycle again. That would suck BIG time
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on January 11, 2007, 05:23:49 AM
Yeah, looks to be a cycle.  Enjoy, kiddies!
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on January 11, 2007, 11:23:49 AM
At least it's different episodes...
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 11, 2007, 11:25:37 AM
I'm with ya, TSM.  The list of episodes I haven't seen shrunk quite a bit since New Year's Eve.

A question mark next to an episode means I'm not 100% sure I haven't seen it.

Alexander and the Gordian Knot
John Sutter and the Map to the Lost Gold Mine ?
Lawrence of Arabia's Headdress
The Golden Goblet of Attila the Hun
The Golden Stallion of Ali Baba ?
The Ivory Elephant of Scheherazade
The Lion-Headed Bracelet of Chandragupta
The Lost Hornpipe of the Pirate Captain
The Moccassins of Geronimo
The Pendant of King Kamehameha
The Ruby Earring of bin-Zibab
The Sacred Ring of Sultan Sulayman
The Shriveled Hand of Afua
The Silk Sash of Mulan ?
The Stolen Arm of Shiva
The Stone Marker of Leif Eir?ksson
The War Fan of the 47 Ronin

Seen: 100-103 episodes

Not to sound demanding, but I'd like it if someone could upload a full episode of one of the ones that doesn't have a question mark next to it.
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on January 12, 2007, 01:31:27 AM
1/12
The Silver Saddle Horn of Hanniba
Robin Hood and Marian's Ladder
:(
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on January 12, 2007, 06:07:50 AM
God, I'm dying for John Sutter and the Map to the Lost Gold Mine to come back on. Is that too much to ask!?!? :cry:
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Post by: Olmec on January 12, 2007, 09:54:04 AM
I don't care if it's a new cycle, I just want new eppys :'(
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 12, 2007, 09:59:57 AM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
God, I'm dying for John Sutter and the Map to the Lost Gold Mine to come back on. Is that too much to ask!?!? :cry:


I'm with ya.  I'm trying to avoid pulling a kamehemeha here.
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on January 12, 2007, 03:20:00 PM
Quick Saddlehorn note: During the Thrird Temple Game, Kirk called the Red Jaguars the GREEN Jaguars!
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 12, 2007, 03:52:30 PM
Did I mention Kirk never mentions that if they grab the Saddle Horn the Temple Guards will vanish?

Kirk: If you reach the Saddle Horn, all the doors of the Temple will instantly unlock, and you'll have three minutes, and for your efforts you'll be handsomely rewarded? and here's how?
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Post by: PAK Man on January 12, 2007, 05:52:11 PM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
Did I mention Kirk never mentions that if they grab the Saddle Horn the Temple Guards will vanish?

Kirk: If you reach the Saddle Horn, all the doors of the Temple will instantly unlock, and you'll have three minutes, and for your efforts you'll be handsomely rewarded? and here's how?


I think he's done that in a few other season one episodes. Specific titles escape me, but I'm pretty sure he's done that on other occasions.
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Post by: silversnakeman on January 13, 2007, 06:01:55 AM
i caught the second one this morning. It was The Golden Goblet of Attila the Hun. I didn't see the 1st one though.
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Post by: Olmec on January 13, 2007, 06:13:45 AM
The Sacred Ring of Sultan Suleiman
The Golden Goblet of Atilla the Hun

No real sidenotes about the Sacred Ring, except that the Purple Parrots look like idiots in the Steps of Knowledge. I also think that this was the only episode with linking Temple Games, if you know what I mean. You can also see the Plumed Headdress of Cosarara in the Mine Shaft during the first Temple Game.

Golden Goblet... the Green Monkeys are so idiotic, 3 wrong answers in the Steps of Knowledge. This had a potential 2-2 Pendant tie, but it was a 1.5-1.5 tie. Temple Run, the half Pendant was on the actuator from the Pit to Medusa's Lair. This layout was a lot like the Moccasins of Geronimo, this required a level switch 3 times, unless the Jester's Court-Dark Forest door was open. Rachelle is the only player, besides Sabrina from Blackbeard's Treasure Map, to not get taken out of the Temple, yet not even touch the artifact.
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Post by: Olmec on January 13, 2007, 06:15:09 AM
Also, The Ancient Warrior gets to see two more eppys he never saw before today!
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Post by: silversnakeman on January 13, 2007, 06:24:50 AM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
Also, The Ancient Warrior gets to see two more eppys he never saw before today!
I only saw the temple run for the Golden Goblet. What was the Color combinations for Golden Goblet?
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 13, 2007, 07:04:46 AM
Jake, The Golden Goblet of Attila the Hun's allready listed in the Color Combinations thread.  Red-Green-Purple-Silver at the Steps of Knowledge, and Red-Purple in the Temple Games.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: silversnakeman on January 13, 2007, 09:00:51 AM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
Jake, The Golden Goblet of Attila the Hun's allready listed in the Color Combinations thread.  Red-Green-Purple-Silver at the Steps of Knowledge, and Red-Purple in the Temple Games.
Hey AW, I could've been wrong. It's always best to double-check since I haven't seen that episode in a while.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 13, 2007, 10:31:26 AM
Something I found intrigging about The Sacred Ring of Sultan Sulayman.  The Temple Games seemed to flow right from one to the next.  Take the ring from Sulayman, find out where Roxelana is in the palace, and put the ring on her finger.  One Game connected directly to the next.  Also, and allthou I haven't seen every episode, I wanna say that this is the only time there was more than one untimed Temple Games.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 13, 2007, 11:26:35 AM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
Also, The Ancient Warrior gets to see two more eppys he never saw before today!


And if I remember right, Renegade has never seen The Golden Goblet of Attila the Hun.  Did someone record the Temple Run for him to put on his site?
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Notundercovercop327 on January 13, 2007, 12:46:46 PM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
Quote from: ""Olmec""
Also, The Ancient Warrior gets to see two more eppys he never saw before today!

And if I remember right, Renegade has never seen The Golden Goblet of Attila the Hun.  Did someone record the Temple Run for him to put on his site?

Me and eljarhead are working that out
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Post by: Olmec on January 13, 2007, 02:01:50 PM
I would upload, but I record my thing on VHS tapes, & I don't have a VHS/DVD convertor or anything.
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Post by: Olmec on January 13, 2007, 02:02:38 PM
Also, does anybody else have a confidence of new eppys for now on?
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 13, 2007, 03:45:39 PM
I do.  I honestly won't care what they show as long as a new cycle doesn't start up.
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on January 13, 2007, 03:58:40 PM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
I do.  I honestly won't care what they show as long as a new cycle doesn't start up.



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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 13, 2007, 06:06:19 PM
I'm embarrased that I actually know what that means. :)
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Post by: PhantomBPR on January 13, 2007, 06:10:06 PM
Quote from: ""The Silver Monkey""
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
I do.  I honestly won't care what they show as long as a new cycle doesn't start up.




Good god that was funny.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: AdvanceStratagist on January 13, 2007, 06:23:12 PM
Quote from: ""The Silver Monkey""
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
I do.  I honestly won't care what they show as long as a new cycle doesn't start up.




very nice!  I should try that sometime at another forum see what happens.   :lol:
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Post by: Olmec on January 13, 2007, 06:58:03 PM
*wishes I knew what was so funny*

All I know is that the pink this is a Pokemon.
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: PhantomBPR on January 13, 2007, 08:19:04 PM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
*wishes I knew what was so funny*

All I know is that the pink this is a Pokemon.


It's name is "Ditto"  :wink:
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: The Silver Monkey on January 13, 2007, 08:54:03 PM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
*wishes I knew what was so funny*

All I know is that the pink this is a Pokemon.


*Hands Olmec a Pokedex*
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on January 14, 2007, 01:31:36 AM
1/14
The Electrified Key of Benjamin Franklin
Wild Bill Hickok and the Dead Man's Hand
:(
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Post by: Olmec on January 14, 2007, 05:00:18 AM
Eww more repeats. But now I do remember Ditto, he was one of my faves.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 14, 2007, 05:08:34 AM
Does anyone else think it's strange that they aired all the first three episodes to begin production within a week of each other?
Title: Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
Post by: Olmec on January 14, 2007, 05:11:09 AM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
Does anyone else think it's strange that they aired all the first three episodes to begin production within a week of each other?


Yeah, I kinda find that little odd too. *shrugs shoulders* Oh well, at least they're decent episodes.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 14, 2007, 05:41:37 AM
Also, Michelle from The Electrified Key of Benjamin Franklin is I think one of the only Asians that was ever on the show. (The only other one I can think of was the Purple Parrots girl in the Silver Cannonball of Granny Nanny.)
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on January 14, 2007, 04:09:59 PM
Much obliged to outer space and ElJarhead for the work on the Golden Goblet of Attila the Hun.  I've been in Memphis, TN for the past four days at a media conference, so I haven't had Nick GAS or internet access.

I also return to school tomorrow - also GASless - so my recording will cease until, say, May.
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Post by: Olmec on January 14, 2007, 05:04:42 PM
Did anyone else notice that when someone from the Purple Parrots fell off the bar in the Moat, their shoe just flung off? I found that kinda funny...
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 14, 2007, 05:06:53 PM
It's happened before,  I think I remember seeing one of the kids in The Lucky Medallion of Atocha go across the Moat with only one aquasock on.
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on January 15, 2007, 01:36:44 AM
1/15
The Royal Torque of Queen Boadicea
The Enormous Feather of the Me Linh
:)
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Post by: Headbanger15 on January 15, 2007, 02:43:34 AM
They're both still loses though :(
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Post by: Olmec on January 15, 2007, 05:10:19 AM
Boadicea <3

Just did a project on her, but they screwed up the Legend, as usual. I'm happy, because her episode makes me officialy 50% done with my taping!
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 15, 2007, 06:01:43 AM
A lot of connections between the episodes this time.  Both are Season 3 episodes produced on the same day, the teams in the Temple Runs each win 2 prizes, and time runs out when the second runner is at more or less the same place in the Temple.
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on January 15, 2007, 06:29:03 AM
Someone earlyer said that the only good Red jaguar runs are the jewel encrusted egg and the two cornered hat (sorry i dont remember who you are) but i think that this is probably the best red jaguar run cause no one ever came that close to getting an artifact out of the center shaft. Plus it was a really hard layout.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 15, 2007, 11:03:00 AM
Quote from: ""outer space""
Someone earlyer said that the only good Red jaguar runs are the jewel encrusted egg and the two cornered hat (sorry i dont remember who you are) but i think that this is probably the best red jaguar run cause no one ever came that close to getting an artifact out of the center shaft. Plus it was a really hard layout.


The Royal Torque of Queen Boadicea's in my top Red Jaguars Temple Runs list to.

Also, I didn't realize how retarded Karissa from The Enormous Feather of the Mi Lingh was until Renegade uploaded the Temple Run to his site.  I just knew they reached an artifact placed in the central shaft and the team won the second prize.
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on January 15, 2007, 12:18:22 PM
What moat crossings were played in todays games?
And temple games?
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 15, 2007, 02:37:31 PM
It was the slippery footpath Moat also used (or so I hear, as I've never seen it) in The Lost Hornpipe of the Pirate Captain.

Temple Game #1: Roll the big boulders over each other's soldiers without entering your oponent's territory.
Temple Game #3: Send the rocks over your head across the ramp so the partner can catch them.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on January 16, 2007, 09:52:52 AM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
Also, Michelle from The Electrified Key of Benjamin Franklin is I think one of the only Asians that was ever on the show. (The only other one I can think of was the Purple Parrots girl in the Silver Cannonball of Granny Nanny.)


She was asian?... Coulda fooled me. I don't think she looked asian at all...


Dorothy from The Enormous Iron Nose Ring of Babe was asian... She never got to go into the temple though.
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on January 16, 2007, 10:45:48 AM
1/16
King Tut's Cobra Staff
The Very Tall Turban of Ahmed Baba
:(
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 16, 2007, 11:35:45 AM
No, you mean  :(.  They showed these episodes less than two weeks ago.
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on January 16, 2007, 11:55:58 AM
Why couldn't the Shane Is Gandhi quote have come from the episode where it would have made SLIGHTLY more sense?
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 16, 2007, 02:51:08 PM
Kirk: (As Jackie makes her way through the Swamp) You wanna head into the Swamp? where a Temple Guard grabbed her partner? Shane is GAN-dhi!

It sounds too much like "Shane is gone" about to break off into rambling when you think about the context and the exact way Kirk said it.

Also about The Oracle Bowl of Delphi, although we all think Jackie was a bit of a clueless player, she's the only one to complete the Pirate's Cove?>Shrine of the Silver Monkey objective.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on January 16, 2007, 05:19:17 PM
Jackie didn't complete the objective. Time ran out right as she put the torch in.


Also, Amanda from the Helmet of Joan of Arc completed the objective for the Room of the Three Torches.



As for the "Shane is Gandhi" thing. Sounded to me like Kirk was just saying "Shane is gone" and just got caught up in the moment.
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Post by: tss1011 on January 16, 2007, 08:07:34 PM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
As for the "Shane is Gandhi" thing. Sounded to me like Kirk was just saying "Shane is gone" and just got caught up in the moment.


Yup, probably just a bad pun...although Shane did use nonviolent resistance against the temple guard.
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on January 17, 2007, 01:34:21 AM
1/17
Galileo's Cannonball
The Mysterious Manuscript of Mary Shelley
:(
last seen on 1/7
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Post by: jfeathe on January 17, 2007, 03:25:58 PM
I can now officially say I have watched all 120 episodes now! I finally saw Galileo's Cannonball after missing it the first time! Hooray!
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 17, 2007, 03:30:29 PM
Congrats! (And lucky, I still have at least 15 I haven't seen.  But I'm betting there's gonna be something different on tomorrow or Friday then it was on 10 days ago.)
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Post by: silversnakeman on January 18, 2007, 09:26:22 AM
The Collar of Davy Crockett
The Plumed Headdress of Cosarara

These two episodes are related because they have the same 4 teams cross the moat.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 18, 2007, 11:45:00 AM
Yep.  Red-Blue-Green-Silver.

And get this, while the Red Jaguars and Silver Snakes face off in The Collar of Davy Crockett, the Blue Barracudas and Green Monkeys go head-to-head in The Plumed Headdress of Cosarara.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on January 18, 2007, 12:30:44 PM
And I believe both teams were forced up the central shaft for their temple run. Only the Davy Crockett kids won, and the Cosarara kids did not.
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on January 18, 2007, 01:19:47 PM
And the layout was exactly the same, too :wink:
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on January 18, 2007, 05:22:01 PM
Wow, those are all things I pointed out when it aired 10 days ago... :wink:
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 19, 2007, 10:08:52 AM
1/19/07

The Smashed Printing Plate of Frederick Douglass
The Imperial Purple Robe of Empress Theodora

:( They showed these back in mid-December.
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on January 19, 2007, 10:59:02 AM
JASON, GO!
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 19, 2007, 11:20:42 AM
I just hate how Jason's attempts to avoid the Temple Guards cost probably 30 seconds.  My strategy for the Temple:

1. When you enter a new room, first check to see if the doors to go on are already open.
2. If no doors are already open, complete the room's objective.
3. Check to see what doors leading out of the room open before leaving the room.

Jason didn't do #3 before leaving the Chamber of the Sacred Markers, and it cost Dana some time. (Probably wouldn't matter thou, I don't think she would've been able to make it to where Jason left off in time even if she had a minute instead of 29 seconds.)

By the way, The Smashed Printing Plate of Frederick Douglass was the first episode produced that day.  When the camera shows a close-up of Jason after the first Temple Game and he moves to the side a little, you can see the Tomb of the Headless Kings behind him, and the Smashed Printing Plate is in there.
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on January 19, 2007, 11:36:30 AM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
I just hate how Jason's attempts to avoid the Temple Guards cost probably 30 seconds.  My strategy for the Temple:

1. When you enter a new room, first check to see if the doors to go on are already open.
2. If no doors are already open, complete the room's objective.
3. Check to see what doors leading out of the room open before leaving the room.

Jason didn't do #3 before leaving the Chamber of the Sacred Markers, and it cost Dana some time. (Probably wouldn't matter thou, I don't think she would've been able to make it to where Jason left off in time even if she had a minute instead of 29 seconds.)

By the way, The Smashed Printing Plate of Frederick Douglass was the first episode produced that day.  When the camera shows a close-up of Jason after the first Temple Game and he moves to the side a little, you can see the Tomb of the Headless Kings behind him, and the Smashed Printing Plate is in there.


I just want to say something just because we see the artifact in the temple during the temple games DOES NOT mean that it was the first to be filmed. They (production staff) probably put the artifact in its position before the begining of the temple games for continuity sake.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 19, 2007, 11:44:37 AM
I'm just going by Renegade's theory.  See The Thornwood Gavel of Judge Roy Bean and The Dried Ear of Corn of Sojourner Truth. (If you're right, that means I'll have to edit my episode guide until we can find a better reason to place those three episodes somewhere.)
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on January 19, 2007, 01:33:51 PM
Well, in the third season, the artifacts aren't usually in the rooms at the time of the temple games so... I'm not sure..


Seeing the artifacts in the temple during the season 2 temple games means jack though because 3 or 4 are always in there at the same time. All it indicates is that they were recorded on the same day.
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Post by: Olmec on January 20, 2007, 06:15:57 AM
Milk Bucket of Freydis
Helmet of Genghis Khan

:x
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 20, 2007, 07:18:59 AM
(sigh) When are they gonna fire and replace the guys running this channel?
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on January 20, 2007, 07:50:41 AM
I think they'd have to have a staff to fire, first.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 20, 2007, 07:52:26 AM
Okay, forget I said that.
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Post by: Olmec on January 20, 2007, 09:28:53 AM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
Okay, forget I said that.


Or in the words of Willy Wonka... Strike that. Reverse it.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 21, 2007, 05:11:36 AM
1/21/07

The Diary of Dr. Livingstone
The Trojan Horseshoe

:x

(sarcastic tone) Where have I seen these before.
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Post by: TBombMadeEZ on January 21, 2007, 05:36:49 AM
Maybe they show new shows, in the first ten days or so of the month, and then they show the ones that may have been "highest rated" during the shows tenre.

Just a hypothesis
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on January 21, 2007, 11:22:27 AM
The Steps combination was Sliver-Purple-Green-Blue in both episodes (Though Kirk said Silver-Green-Purple-Blue in the Diary episode). And Blue and Purple advanced to the temple games in the Diary, while Silver and Green advanced in the Horseshoe!
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 21, 2007, 01:53:40 PM
I never noticed! It's like The Collar of Davy Crockett/The Plumed Headdress of Cosarara.  PLus both episodes today were victories achieved when the artifact was in the second column of rooms, the girls went first and got taken out in the room directly above or below the artifact, and the boys both had to visit both corner rooms on their way to grab the artfact.
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on January 21, 2007, 03:29:34 PM
IT'S OPENING!

(No shit, Kirk.)
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 21, 2007, 03:36:52 PM
He's going? across to the slide, the one where he came in from!

(As this point, I know pretty much every word Kirk said between Brett picking up the Diary and passing thru the Temple Gate with it.  I just can't believe how many times he screws up in that episode.)

By the way, am I right in saying The Diary of Dr. Livingstone was the first Layout XI episode, Episode 44?
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on January 21, 2007, 03:43:33 PM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""

By the way, am I right in saying The Diary of Dr. Livingstone was the first Layout XI episode, Episode 44?

Im pretty sure it was either the walking stick of hariet tubman or the lost love letter of john smith. Because both those temple runs had audiences But the diary didn't
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 21, 2007, 03:49:05 PM
Oh I see, so The Diary of Dr. Livingstone is Episode 47.  I'll add that in the episode guide right now.
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on January 22, 2007, 10:20:52 AM
1/22
The Sacred Ring of Sultan Suleiman
Robin Hood and Marian's Ladder
:(
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Post by: Olmec on January 22, 2007, 10:23:40 AM
Quote from: ""lotht-lover""
1/22
The Sacred Ring of Sultan Suleiman
The Golden Goblet of Atilla the Hun
:(


Well the Silver Saddle Horn of Hannibal is on now, so ugh either way.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 22, 2007, 10:30:11 AM
Quote from: ""lotht-lover""
1/22
The Sacred Ring of Sultan Suleiman
The Golden Goblet of Atilla the Hun
:(


I woke up at like 6 this morning and saw The Silver Saddle Horn of Hannibal and Robin Hood and Marian's Ladder.  And I just turned the TV on to see Vicki getting all mixed up in the Treasure Room.  When were The Sacred Ring of Sultan Sulayman and The Golden Goblet of Attila the Hun on?
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 23, 2007, 01:52:46 AM
At least Kamehemeha, wherever he is, can stop screaming!

1/23/07
The Ruby Earring of bin-Zibab
The Stone Marker of Leif Eir?ksson

I realized I've seen The Stone Marker of Leif Eir?ksson before.  When the boy on the Red Jaguars introduced himself by first and last name, I realized I'd heard that name (Christopher Santos) before.
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on January 23, 2007, 07:45:09 AM
*shakes fist at college TV and lack of Nick GAS*
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Post by: Headbanger15 on January 23, 2007, 07:50:10 AM
The Benzibab episode? HELLS YEAH! :D
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on January 23, 2007, 10:16:01 AM
Quote from: ""Renegade Pancake""
*shakes fist at college TV and lack of Nick GAS*

*sigh* same.

And I missed the Golden Goblet episode as well, which I've only seen once.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 23, 2007, 10:42:40 AM
And I'm probably gonna miss some new episodes over the weekend.  I'm gonna be going on a school trip to Quebec for the weekend, also gonna miss most of Monday and Friday.  And the TV at the hotel gets basic cable if you're lucky, I hear.
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Post by: Olmec on January 23, 2007, 11:26:18 AM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
And I'm probably gonna miss some new episodes over the weekend.  I'm gonna be going on a school trip to Quebec for the weekend, also gonna miss most of Monday and Friday.  And the TV at the hotel gets basic cable if you're lucky, I hear.


Lucky you. Latin only gets a trip to a museum (if this is for French, because my school goes to Quebec, but only the kids taking French)
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on January 23, 2007, 11:39:18 AM
Benzibab! WAHOO!
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 23, 2007, 12:22:56 PM
Quote from: ""The Silver Monkey""
Benzibab! WAHOO!


Like I said, "Robbie" can now stop screaming and complaining. (Unless he starts about another episode he's never seen before.)
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Post by: tss1011 on January 23, 2007, 09:04:59 PM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
Like I said, "Robbie" can now stop screaming and complaining.


If he isn't too busy with his graduate studies, that is.
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on January 24, 2007, 01:32:55 AM
1/24
The Electrified Key of Benjamin Franklin
Wild Bill Hickok and the Dead Man's Hand
:(
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 24, 2007, 10:29:36 AM
I'm gonan take back what I said about Michelle being Asian, they just didn't show her to many times with her eyes all the way open and sometimes I screw up with little details.

But were there that many Asian contestants? I can only think of Dorothy from The Enormous Iron Nose Ring of Babe and the girl on the Purple Parrots in The Silver Cannonball of Granny Nanny of the top of my head.  Were there any others?
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on January 24, 2007, 03:30:52 PM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
I'm gonan take back what I said about Michelle being Asian, they just didn't show her to many times with her eyes all the way open and sometimes I screw up with little details.

But were there that many Asian contestants? I can only think of Dorothy from The Enormous Iron Nose Ring of Babe and the girl on the Purple Parrots in The Silver Cannonball of Granny Nanny of the top of my head.  Were there any others?


Yes... which I pointed out the last time you mentioned this topic.... Also, i'm pretty certain Grandy Nanny has a d in it....


Dorothy's the only one that matters anyway.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 24, 2007, 03:41:30 PM
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
Also, i'm pretty certain Grandy Nanny has a d in it....


I know Olmec and Kirk seem to be pronouncing it like that, but a few months ago when I tried searching Wikipedia to see if she was a real historic figure, I found her listed as Granny Nanny.  Now the article says Grandy Nanny is another spelling of her name, but I guess I'm too used to writing Granny Nanny by now.  Anyway, I don't think it matters too much if they're both variants of her name.
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on January 25, 2007, 01:32:53 AM
1/25
The Royal Torque of Queen Boadicea
The Enormous Feather of the Me Linh
:(
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on January 25, 2007, 03:26:58 PM
Both of these runs had potential for victory, but Karisa's brain freeze in the Quicksand Bog cost the Enormous Feather Kids, while Nate had terrible luck in the Storeroom in the Royal Torque, wasting a good 20 or so seconds. If the ChamberAncient Warriors Door had opened, they would've had a sure victory. (Although if Nate didn't go up to the Chamber after grabbing the Torque, we could've had an Icarus on our hands)
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 25, 2007, 03:31:00 PM
I think David was the reason for the loss in the Enormous Feather of the Mi Lingh.  Busting thru the wall would've taken less time, plus he would've avoided a Temple Spirit.  But still, this is the only time a team reaches in an artifact in the Season 3 King's Storeroom.
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on January 25, 2007, 04:27:56 PM
True, but they could've won even with that error. Karisa's brain freeze wasted at least 15 seconds.
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on January 25, 2007, 05:14:22 PM
Karissa was an idiot.  That's why they really lost.  She didn't even RUN after she got the feather.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on January 25, 2007, 08:03:09 PM
Yeah, Karissa is completely to blame for the loss.
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on January 26, 2007, 01:33:43 AM
1/26
The Red Sash of Tokugawa Ieyasu :)
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on January 26, 2007, 05:16:49 AM
Weird how they're changing up the pairings this early into the "new" schedule block.
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Post by: Olmec on January 26, 2007, 10:07:17 AM
Quote from: ""lotht-lover""
1/26
The Red Sash of Tokugawa Ieyasu :)

Strike that & reverse it with the smilies.

Quote from: ""lotht-lover""
1/26
The Red Sash of Tokugawa Ieyasu :(


Fixed :( I'm going to explode :(
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Post by: Olmec on January 26, 2007, 10:35:42 AM
Quote from: ""lotht-lover""
1/26
The Red Sash of Tokugawa Ieyasu :)


Fixed again! I'm happy, I'm going to have a FUN 7-8 PM block! The Red Sash of Tokugawa Ieyasu has a special attachment to me. We've doing the Crusades in World Civ, so I basically know the whole Star of Sultan Saladin a lot better. Two greats runs, also
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Post by: Olmec on January 26, 2007, 10:36:55 AM
Wow, another stupid answer. The Blue Barracuda boy in the Star of Sultan Saladin, he said Saladin's title was 'king'. IT'S IN THE DAMN TITLE!
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on January 26, 2007, 03:30:05 PM
w00t Saladin!
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on January 27, 2007, 01:46:17 AM
1/27
Galileo's Cannonball
The Mysterious Manuscript of Mary Shelley
:(
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on January 27, 2007, 03:58:37 AM
Boooo. I was going to watch today because I'm home from school for the weekend, but I think I might pass. :?
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on January 28, 2007, 01:33:25 AM
1/28
The Collar of Davy Crockett
The Plumed Headdress of Cosarara
:(
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Post by: Olmec on January 28, 2007, 06:14:57 AM
Damn.

(by the way, I really want them to show Saladin again, my tape ran out in the 10-11 PM shift, so I don't have the Temple Run :()
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on January 29, 2007, 01:32:36 AM
1/29
The Bifocal Monocle of One-Eyed Jack
Ponce de Leon & the Lost Fountain of Youth
:(
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 29, 2007, 03:09:20 PM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
We've doing the Crusades in World Civ, so I basically know the whole Star of Sultan Saladin a lot better. Two greats runs, also


Weird thing is I saw that episode the first time last year only a little while after we studied the Crusades, so I was thinking "Hey, I already know this story."
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on January 30, 2007, 01:47:24 AM
1/30
The Helmet of Genghis Khan :)
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Post by: Olmec on January 30, 2007, 10:14:19 AM
Quote from: ""lotht-lover""
1/30
The Helmet of Genghis Khan
Two-Cornered Hat of Napoleon
:(


Fixed =)
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 30, 2007, 11:35:13 AM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
Quote from: ""lotht-lover""
1/30
The Helmet of Genghis Khan
Two-Cornered Hat of Napoleon
:(

Fixed =)


Okay, so we've seen The Two-Cornered Hat of Napoleon so many times, but not within a month, so shouldn't that've been left alone?
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on January 31, 2007, 01:36:21 AM
1/31
The Diary of Dr. Livingstone
The Trojan Horseshoe
:(
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on January 31, 2007, 12:07:59 PM
Okay, time to recap January 2007.  I've made a list of all the episodes we've seen this month:

Galileo's Cannonball (EP01)
Wild Bill Hickok and the Dead Man's Hand (EP02)
The Helmet of Genghis Khan
The Trojan Horseshoe
The Star of Sultan Saladin
Ponce de Le?n and the Lost Fountain of Youth (EP16)
The Golden Cup of Belshazzar (EP21)
The Helmet of Joan of Arc
The Stone Marker of Leif Er?ksson
The Silver Saddle Horn of Hannibal
King Tut's Cobra Staff
Robin Hood and Marian's Ladder
The Codebook of Mata Hari
The Collar of Davy Crockett
The Diary of Dr. Livingstone (EP47)
The Imperial Purple Robe of Empress Theodora
The Electrified Key of Benjamin Franklin
The Very Tall Turban of Ahmad Baba
The Plumed Headdress of Cosarara (EP61)
The Sacred Ring of Sultan Sulayman (EP62)
The Two-Cornered Hat of Napole?n (EP67)
The Golden Goblet of Attila the Hun (EP68)
The Milk Bucket of Freyd?s (EP76)
The Bifocal Monocle of One-Eyed Jack (EP84)
The Smashed Printing Plate of Frederick Douglass
The Ruby Earring of bin-Zibab
The Mysterious Manuscript of Mary Shelley
The Mummified Hand of the Egyptian King
The Royal Torque of Queen Boadicea
The Enormous Feather of the Mi Lingh
The Red Sash of Tokugawa Ieyasu

These are the episodes to keep an eye out for, anything else we haven't seen in the past 31 days.  Hope we'll get diffrent ones in February!
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on February 01, 2007, 09:49:22 AM
2/1
The Silver Saddle Horn of Hannibal
Robin Hood and Marian's Ladder
:(
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on February 01, 2007, 12:02:13 PM

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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on February 01, 2007, 12:04:12 PM
You have too much time on your hands, that's all I gotta say.
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on February 01, 2007, 05:34:45 PM
We received 31 episodes in 31 days.  That's way better than we've been getting from GAS in 2006.
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on February 02, 2007, 05:32:54 AM
2/2
The Sacred Ring of Sultan Sulayman
The Golden Goblet of Attila the Hun
:(
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on February 02, 2007, 07:03:31 AM
I wish I was home today to see these episodes. :x
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on February 02, 2007, 11:58:32 AM
At least I can tape The Golden Goblet of Attila the Hun this time around. (Unfortunately, however, I can't get it to Renegade to put on his site.)
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on February 02, 2007, 12:03:32 PM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
(Unfortunately, however, I can't get it to Renegade to put on his site.)


I'm still waiting for eljarhead to contact me back he hasn't contacted in a month
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on February 02, 2007, 03:43:44 PM
Quote from: ""The Silver Monkey""

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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on February 02, 2007, 04:08:30 PM
Gotta tell you, that joke's not as good the second time.

But to get back on topic, last time they showed The Sacred Ring of Sultan Sulayman I mentioned that both the second and third Temple Games were untimed.  Was this the only episode in which there were multiple untimed games?
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on February 03, 2007, 05:37:43 AM
2/3
The Electrified Key of Benjamin Franklin
Wild Bill Hickok and the Dead Man's Hand
:(
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on February 04, 2007, 05:32:58 AM
2/4
The Royal Torque of Queen Boadicea
The Enormous Feather of the Mi Lingh
:(
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Post by: StaryFurySK on February 04, 2007, 05:02:40 PM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
At least I can tape The Golden Goblet of Attila the Hun this time around. (Unfortunately, however, I can't get it to Renegade to put on his site.)


Got a lot of work ahead of him as YouTube decided his videos were copyright infringement.
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on February 04, 2007, 05:08:36 PM
I still have the videos.
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on February 05, 2007, 05:32:43 AM
2/5
The Helmet of Joan of Arc
The Codebook of Mata Hari
:(
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Post by: StaryFurySK on February 05, 2007, 09:39:08 AM
Quote from: ""Renegade Pancake""
I still have the videos.


Aware of this i am, but its still no fun trying to find a place to display the 106 you have totaled.

On another note, grr with this recent episode lineup.
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on February 06, 2007, 01:34:41 AM
2/6
The Mysterious Manuscript of Mary Shelley
The Collar of Davy Crockett
:(
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on February 06, 2007, 08:54:19 AM
At least the pair itself is different....
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on February 06, 2007, 10:08:43 AM
How'd that happen? Does that mean it's gonna be Galileo's Cannonball/The Plumed Headdress of Cosarara from here on out?
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on February 07, 2007, 01:33:37 AM
2/7
The Moccasins of Geronimo
The Bent Shaving Pan of Jedediah Smith
:)
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on February 07, 2007, 02:05:39 AM
Jedi's on?  *grumble again*
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on February 07, 2007, 03:36:39 AM
The Bent Shving Pan hasn't been on in like forever.
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on February 07, 2007, 08:57:26 AM
Wahoo! Geronimo!
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on February 07, 2007, 10:18:15 AM
I have got to tape these two at 7 (I've never seen Geronimo and I've only seen Jed Smith once.) It'll make up for me breaking my promise to tape the Golden Goblet of Attila the Hun? again.
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Post by: Olmec on February 07, 2007, 10:48:44 AM
X_X *dies* The Amazon was not the river that created the Grand Canyon!
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on February 08, 2007, 01:33:17 AM
2/8
The Levitating Dog Leash of Nostradamus
Henry the Eighth's Great Seal
:)
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on February 08, 2007, 02:22:28 AM
Two great episodes again today that I will be missing. :?
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on February 08, 2007, 11:28:31 AM
Well.  Couldn't stay true to my word and get The Moccassins of Geronimo and The Bent Shaving Pan of Jedediah Smith on tape yesterday, but I did get today's episodes! Good for me, cus The Levitating Dog Leash of Nostradamus is one of my favorites.
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on February 08, 2007, 12:37:05 PM
2 days in a row baby!
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on February 08, 2007, 01:48:59 PM
i think nick gas likes us :)
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on February 08, 2007, 03:08:12 PM
I really hope it'll stay like this.  No guarantee, but it'd be great if we could go back to seeing all 120 episodes in 60 days.
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Post by: silversnakeman on February 08, 2007, 04:49:10 PM
does anyone know what teams made it through the moat and steps in the Levitating Dog Leash episode?
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on February 09, 2007, 01:35:12 AM
2/9
The Lucky Pig of Amelia Earhart
The Bullet-Riddled Handbag of Belle Boyd
:)
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Post by: Olmec on February 09, 2007, 09:52:30 AM
OK. So now there's 2 eppys I need to tape the end of now! My tape ran out during the last shift of the Star of the Sultan Saladin, & at 7:58 (two minutes before the Survivor: Fiji premiere), my power luckily went out until 10:15, but I was asleep by then, so I only have Shay's part in the Temple Run of Henry VIII's Great Seal. :( This pisses me off
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on February 09, 2007, 10:09:26 AM
Quote from: ""silversnakeman""
does anyone know what teams made it through the moat and steps in the Levitating Dog Leash episode?


Blue-Orange-Purple-Silver, and Orange-Purple.

And yay to new episodes! I got them taping now.

Olmec-Up Alert! When he gives the location of the Lucky Pig of Amelia Earhart, he says it's in "The Room of the Harmonic Convergence."

And? tell me I'm not the only one who noticed in all four Layout IV episodes the Blue Barracudas at least made it to the Temple Games, making it to the Temple 3 times out of 4.
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Post by: Olmec on February 09, 2007, 02:21:24 PM
I think I'll need them to show the Moccasins of Geronimo & the Bent Shaving Pan of Jedediah Smith, since I'm probably taping over part of Moccasins now :- Why is taping soooo confusing?!
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on February 09, 2007, 03:29:19 PM
I bet tomorrow's gonna be The Lost Log Books of Magellan (hope so, only seen it once) paired with something else.  They seem to like those Layout IV episodes now.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on February 09, 2007, 03:39:23 PM
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And? tell me I'm not the only one who noticed in all four Layout IV episodes the Blue Barracudas at least made it to the Temple Games, making it to the Temple 3 times out of 4.
Yeah, and I think 3 out of those 4 episodes feature Blue Vs. Silver in the temple games. I may be wrong on this, but I definately know that "Henry VIII's Great Seal" (according to the Color combos. topic) and "Moccasins Of Geronimo" featured Blue Vs. Silver. I have no idea on "Lost Logbooks Of Magellan" though.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on February 09, 2007, 03:41:08 PM
Yeah, it's been to long, and it's one of those obscure episodes we can't seem to get our hands on.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on February 09, 2007, 03:43:29 PM
Yeah, and no one really knows for sure the Lost Logbooks was Blue Vs. Silver, because when the color combo list was created, Blue Vs. Silver was just guessed for that episode.
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on February 09, 2007, 03:54:45 PM
Well, if Ancient Warrior's guess is right, we'll find out tomorrow :)

And, to Nick GAS: Keep it going!
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Post by: Olmec on February 09, 2007, 04:28:49 PM
Quote from: ""Purple Parrots Fan""
Yeah, and no one really knows for sure the Lost Logbooks was Blue Vs. Silver, because when the color combo list was created, Blue Vs. Silver was just guessed for that episode.


I have the Logbooks on tape, so I might check it out later (it was last shown on 10/08)
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on February 10, 2007, 01:45:57 AM
2/10
The Lost Hornpipe of the Pirate Captain
The Golden Chains of Zenobia
:)
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on February 10, 2007, 03:07:05 AM
YES! I've never seen The Lost Hornpipe of the Pirate Captain before! I'll catch that one today, mark my words.
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on February 10, 2007, 05:22:07 AM
I've seen Lost Hornpipe before, a very long time ago but still. lol (I've seen Golden Chains before too, also a long time ago).
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Post by: Olmec on February 10, 2007, 08:23:10 AM
Yay, I'm happy now. We got new eppys (but I'm still looking for "my four")
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on February 10, 2007, 08:28:14 AM
Quote from: ""Olmec""
We got new eppys (but I'm still looking for "my four")


Uhh? which ones are "your four" now?
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Post by: Olmec on February 10, 2007, 08:50:20 AM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
Quote from: ""Olmec""
We got new eppys (but I'm still looking for "my four")

Uhh? which ones are "your four" now?


Star of the Sultan Saladin
Henry VIII's Great Seal
Moccasins of Geronimo
Bent Shaving Pan of Jedediah Smith



Yes, I know they were all shown recently, but my tapes got soooooo screwed up :( Just I wanna see them sometime before April
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on February 10, 2007, 12:08:50 PM
About The Lost Hornpipe of the Pirate Captain, I know it doesn't matter but I don't think the Pit of the Pendulum-King's Storeroom door opened when Jarrid headed back with the Hornpipe.

And in other news, I recorded The Lucky Pig of Amelia Earhart the other day and upon watching the last seconds of the Temple Run, it looks like Scott was between the gates when the clock ticked zero.  Would you guys count that as "He'd passed through the gates in time" or not? (Cus as far as I'm concerned, passing through the gates means that the player entered the Temple.)
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on February 10, 2007, 04:46:24 PM
<333333 Lost Hornpipe
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on February 10, 2007, 04:48:48 PM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
And in other news, I recorded The Lucky Pig of Amelia Earhart the other day and upon watching the last seconds of the Temple Run, it looks like Scott was between the gates when the clock ticked zero.  Would you guys count that as "He'd passed through the gates in time" or not? (Cus as far as I'm concerned, passing through the gates means that the player entered the Temple.)


Yes we do count it as entering the temple even though he didn't get to progress very far.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on February 10, 2007, 05:11:10 PM
Okay, so there were only four solo losses (Blackbeard's Treasure Map, The Golden Goblet of Attila the Hun, The Broken Wing of Icarus and The Broken Trident of Poseidon.)

I just noticed both "broken" artifacts were picked up by the frontrunner but not brought out in time.  And, come to think of it, they were both in the Shrine of the Silver Monkey (I think for the same connection, too.)
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on February 10, 2007, 05:27:58 PM
Blackbeard's Treasure Map and The Golden Goblet of Atilla the Hun were both Red Jaguar runs with the artifact in the lower left room (The Mine Shaft and Dungeeon, respectively)
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on February 10, 2007, 05:38:55 PM
Oh, I didn't even notice it was the same room area there too.  And both layout required them to descend through the central column.  Oh, and The Broken Wing of Icarus and The Broken Trident of Poseidon were both Green-Silver at the Temple Games.
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on February 10, 2007, 05:52:44 PM
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
Oh, and The Broken Wing of Icarus and The Broken Trident of Poseidon were both Green-Silver at the Temple Games.


And if memory serves, both Blackbeard's Treasure Map and The Golden Goblet of Atilla the Hun had Red vs. Purple in the games.
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on February 10, 2007, 06:01:27 PM
Actually, I think Blackbeard's Treasure Map was Red-Silver.
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Post by: Headbanger15 on February 10, 2007, 06:52:12 PM
wow, they banned all the legends videos from Youtube. WHY?! It's not like everybody has Nick GAS nowadays.

And it leaves me wondering because I was at the Mandarin Hand site and I clicked on John Henry's lost hammer and he's got like this youtube link "WATCH the Special "Button"-Counter Edition!" What was that anyway?
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on February 10, 2007, 07:30:24 PM
If you haven't seen the initial run, you won't get it.
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on February 11, 2007, 01:34:10 AM
2/11
The Pendant of Kamehameha
The Stone Head of the Evil King
:)
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on February 11, 2007, 04:02:04 AM
Quote from: ""Headbanger15""
And it leaves me wondering because I was at the Mandarin Hand site and I clicked on John Henry's lost hammer and he's got like this youtube link "WATCH the Special "Button"-Counter Edition!" What was that anyway?


The frontrunner in that run had to be told over and over to "hit a button." She kept knocking on and pushing the doors in the Wall Climb and Heart Room to see if they would open, and this special Temple Run shows how many times Kirk and the girl's partner told her to hit a button (I think it was 9 times in the Wall Climb and 6 more in the Heart Room.)
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Post by: Olmec on February 11, 2007, 05:06:28 AM
Woo, Kamehameha & Evil King are actually two of my favorite non-victories. Now I have them both on tape! First off, let's have a moment of silence for "Robbie/kamehameha" (in case you didn't know yourself "Robbie", you won your Temple Game)
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Post by: Purple Parrots Fan on February 11, 2007, 06:12:50 AM
Quote
And if memory serves, both Blackbeard's Treasure Map and The Golden Goblet of Atilla the Hun had Red vs. Purple in the games.

The Purple Parrots in Blackbeard's Treasure Map didn't even make it past the moat. (I remember because when Jake Potts listsed the steps color combinations, he put Blackbeard's Treasure Map as Red-Blue-Orange-Silver. Hence no purple)...
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on February 11, 2007, 07:09:40 AM
And if I recall, the real Robbie tied for frontrunner's shortest time in the Temple? 24 seconds before the Heart Room Temple Guard grabbed him.  That ties with Annie from the Ruby Earring of bin-Zibab, who only cleared 2 rooms in the Season 3 Temple before being caught with 2:36 to go.
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on February 11, 2007, 07:21:27 AM
I seriously love the awkward silence after Tina gets caught by the third temple gaurd.
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Post by: Notundercovercop327 on February 11, 2007, 07:47:35 AM
I like the fact that after it cuts back to kirk and robbie it cuts back to tina and the temple guard and they're still just standing there kind of awkwardly
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Post by: Olmec on February 11, 2007, 10:32:38 AM
The Stone Head of the Evil King Sidenotes: The intro is always cut short & starts too late. Kirk also has a funny facial reaction when he says "The Stone Head of the Evil King"
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on February 12, 2007, 01:34:26 AM
2/12
The Jeweled Necklace of Montezuma
The Medal of Sir Edmund Hillary
:)
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Post by: The Mandarin Hand on February 12, 2007, 03:03:23 AM
Montezuma? *stare down*
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Post by: The Silver Monkey on February 12, 2007, 01:03:53 PM
Well, at least GaS is keeping it up!
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Post by: The Red Jaguars on February 12, 2007, 02:18:40 PM
I am so glad that Nick GAS has been showing completely different runs. :D

I have start recording since Thursday of last week. I have 8 so far.

The Pendant of King Kamehameha
Henry the Eighth's Great Seal
The Lost Hornpipe of the Pirate Captain
The Stone Head of the Evil King
The Golden Chains of Zenobia
The Levitating Dog Leash of Nostradamus
The Medal of Sir Edmond Hillary
THe Jeweled Necklace of Montemuma

I missed the Lucky Pig airing. Not that big of a deal though.
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Post by: Nickgas-misser on February 13, 2007, 04:05:26 AM
2/13
The Useless Map of the Chibcha Chieftain
The Heart-Shaped Pillow of Annie Taylor
:)
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Post by: The Purple Parrot on February 13, 2007, 04:19:53 AM
Yay Lucky Pillow! Best episode everrrr! <3
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Post by: Olmec on February 13, 2007, 10:15:18 AM
Ehh let's have some new eppys!
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Post by: The Ancient Warrior on February 13, 2007, 01:40:58 PM
The Lucky Pillow of Annie Taylor's definitley in my top five.  Plus I haven't seen these episodes since October? and that was the first time I saw them.  I'm totally