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Title: Wild Jungle EP: The Feathered Crown of Prince Edward
Post by: The Bamboo Forest on July 14, 2010, 04:12:51 AM
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The camera makes its way through lush greenery, and the palms move away as ambient animal noises are heard. Portions of a temple are shown, and suddenly the jungle ends, and we see Olmec?s face light up and shout, ?LEGENDS OF THE HIDDEN TEMPLE!?

The show?s title card?a pendant of life?crashes together on the screen, and the camera shifts to focus on the temple and its rooms. ?With your guide, Kirk Fogg! And here he is now!?

The pendant splinters and Kirk is seen crawling out of the Jungle Crevice to run right into the center of the stage and up the Steps of Knowledge as he begins his narration.

?Thank you, thank you!? says Kirk. ?It's nice to see you! Thank you, Olmec. Welcome to the Legends of the Hidden Temple. The rooms are filled with lost treasures that are protected by mysterious Mayan Temple Guards. Only Olmec knows the legend behind each of the treasures in his temple. Which one are we going to hear about today??

Olmec replies, ?The Legend of The Feathered Crown of Prince Edward!?

?Ho-ho, the Feathered Crown of Prince Edward,? says Kirk. ?Well, one of these six teams will have the chance to retrieve the crown?will it be The Red Jaguars??

At this point, the camera focuses on each team as they are introduced.

?The Blue Barracudas??
?The Green Monkeys??
?The Orange Iguanas??
?The Purple Parrots??
?Or the Silver Snakes??

?They?re going to have to pass some tough mental and physical tests,? continues Kirk, ?and in the end, only one team will have the right to enter Olmec?s temple, but first they have to cross the moat, and Olmec?s gonna tell us how they have to do it today.?

Olmec instructs:
?Before you lie the remains of a old railroad line. When Kirk gives the signal, step onto the bar and stand opposite your partner on the other, lock hands and lean on each other, and walk along the bars. But make sure to keep your balance?if you fall into the water, you must both go back and start again. When you reach the other side, run over and hit the gong!?

Kirk hits the Silver Snakes? gong to demonstrate, which?in turn?lights up a bright silver.

?The first four teams to hit their gongs will go on to the next round,? finishes Olmec. ?Teams!? calls Kirk. ?Are you ready??

The teams excitedly reply, ?Yeeaahhhh!?

Kirk then asks, ?Olmec, are you ready??

?Rockin? and ready,?  replies Olmec.

?Alright teams,? calls Kirk. ?On your marks, get set? GO!?

The six teams slowly begin, players shaking as they try to balance while holding only their partners? hands, although the task is quite impossible to be completed quickly. ?They?re doing a great job so far,? comments Kirk, ?but it looks like the Red Jaguars and the Orange Iguanas are takin? the lead!? True enough, those two teams seem to be having the most trust and move without much trouble across the railway lines, while both Silver Snakes are shaking violently at the knees trying to hold onto their balance. ?It looks like we may be having our first team soon?? announces Kirk, as the Red Jaguars make their way near the end of the tracks. ?Here they come?? The Red Jaguars both step off onto the deck, and the boy runs over to slam down on the gong.

?We?ve got our first team!? yells Kirk as the other teams continue to move slowly and steadily across the railway lines. ?But here come the Orange Iguanas!? The Orange Iguanas finish second and hit their gong, quickly followed by the Blue Barracudas. ?We need one more team!? reminds Kirk. ?Who?s it gonna be?? The girl on the Silver Snakes seems to be stopping her partner from moving, trying not to fall in, while the Green Monkeys sidestep faster and faster until they reach the end, run over, and they unanimously slam down on their gong. ?We?ve got our four teams!? announces Kirk.

Kirk runs all the way down the deck till he reaches the first qualifying team. ?Going on to the Steps of Knowledge,? he announces, ?are the Orange Iguanas?and the Green Monkeys?and the Blue Barracudas?and the Red Jaguars.?

?The Silver Snakes and Purple Parrots gave it a great effort,? he says, ?and we?re not gonna send them away empty handed. We?ve got a great gift for them, and here?s what it is.?

Dee reads the prize:
?British Knights, makers of BK Ratchtech with Cyberglow. BK Ratchtech?prepare to mutate.?
Title: Wild Jungle EP: The Feathered Crown of Prince Edward
Post by: The Bamboo Forest on July 14, 2010, 04:13:21 AM
The screen transitions to a shot of the four teams atop the Steps of Knowledge. ?As the quest continues,? says Kirk, ?it?s now time for Olmec to tell us about The Feathered Crown of Prince Edward. But teams?pay attention, because your knowledge of the legend can bring you a step closer to Olmec?s temple.?

Olmec narrates the legend:
?In the middle of the fourteenth century, King Edward III of England had his first son. His name was Sir Edward of Woodstock. He became the Prince of Wales at the age of 13 and grew up to be a great military leader. He led and fought in many wars, and one of them was the important Battle of Cr?cy, where he fought against King John of Bohemia. Legend has it, he was wearing a special helmet that his servant Antonin had given him moments earlier.

??Your highness, are you ready?? Antonin asked the King.

??Where are you?? asked the blind King as he groped around in the darkness for his servant.

??I?m here, your highness,? replied Antonin, taking the King?s hand and holding it with his. ?Your highness, Ondrej has asked me to give you this.? He held up a gold helmet lined with ostrich feathers and placed it in the King?s hands. ?He says it has given him good luck and hope it will give you the luck you need.?

??Thank you, Antonin,? said the King, putting it on.

?King John died in the battle, but not without a fight. Prince Edward had fought him, but not without noticing his courage till the end. He knelt over the dead king, tearing at the sight of his motionless body.

??I will always remember you,? he said, lifting the King?s helmet off his head, taking it back with him. Prince Edward always admired the King, and made the feathered helmet his symbol and wore it as his crown. Years later, the helmet made its way to the temple. Your quest is to find the Feathered Crown of Prince Edward and bring it back here.?

?Thank you, Olmec,? says Kirk after a short pause, ?but tell us?where is the Feathered Crown??

?The Feathered Crown of Prince Edward can be found?  in the Treasury of the Monkeys!? says Olmec, as a spotlight lands on the crown lying on the altar in the room.

?Ooh, the Treasury of the Monkeys,? says Kirk in response. ?Teams?you are now standing on the Steps of Knowledge. In a minute, Olmec?s gonna ask you a question. If you think you know the answer, stomp down on the ancient marking in front of you. If you?re right, you?ll move down to the next level, but if you?re wrong or run out of time, I?m gonna have to give the other teams a chance to answer. The first two teams that make it to the bottom level?? Kirk runs down the steps, then walks out of view ??will be one step closer to Olmec?s temple. Olmec, we?re now ready for your first question??

Olmec asks: ?Was Prince Edward?s father?the King of England, the King of Spain, or the King of France??

The Orange Iguanas stomp down: ?The King of England!?

?That is correct,? Olmec states. ?All right, step on down, Orange Iguanas!? says Kirk as the audience applauds. ?Olmec, next question.?

Olmec asks: ?Was Prince Edward made a prince when he was?13??

The Blue Barracudas ring in: ?13!?

?That is correct,? says Olmec. ?OK, step down, Blue Barracudas!? urges Kirk. ?They?re tied with the Orange Iguanas now?let?s have another question, Olmec.?

Olmec asks: ?Was Prince Edward known for being a good?cook, military leader, or sailor??

The Green Monkeys buzz in: ?Military leader!?

?That is correct!? declares Olmec. ?We?ve got a three-way tie on the second step!? announces Kirk as the Green Monkeys step down. ?Next question.?

Olmec asks: ?In our legend, in which battle did Prince Edward fight in: The Battle of Lexington and Concord, the Battle of Cr?cy, or??

The Orange Iguanas interrupt: ?The Battle of Cr?cy??

?That is correct,? replies Olmec. ?The Orange Iguanas are one step away from the temple games!? says Kirk as they step down to the third step down. ?We?re still looking for two teams? Olmec, next question.?

Olmec asks: ?According to legend, was the name of King John?s servant?Antonio, Antonin, or??

The Red Jaguars ring in: ?Antonio??

?Incorrect,? says Olmec.

The Green Monkeys buzz in: ?Antonin!?

?That IS correct,? answers Olmec. ?The Green Monkeys are now one step away from the temple games!? says Kirk in response. ?This match is heating up! Still got plenty of time for the Red Jaguars to catch up, though. Next question??

Olmec asks: ?Was King John the king of?Bohemia??

The Red Jaguars stomp down again: ?Bohemia??

?That is correct!? says Olmec. ?All right, come on down, Red Jaguars!? says Kirk. ?Next question, Olmec.?

Olmec asks: ?What kind of feathers were attached to the King?s helmet?peacock feathers, duck feathers, or ostrich feathers??

The Green Monkeys ring in: ?Ostrich feathers!?

?That is correct!? shouts Olmec. ?The Green Monkeys are going to the temple games!? exclaims Kirk as the Green Monkeys step down and cheer in excitement. ?We?re still looking for one more team, though?who?s it gonna be? Let?s find out? Olmec, next question, please.?

Olmec asks: ?Is Bohemia today part of?Germany, the Czech Republic, or the Netherlands??

The Blue Barracudas stomp down: ?The Czech Republic??

?That is correct,? replies Olmec. ?Now the Blue Barracudas are one step away from the temple games too!? comments Kirk. ?Mr. Olmec, next question??

Olmec asks: ?Did Prince Edward admire the King for?his good looks, his bravery, or his honesty??

The Blue Barracudas hit their marking: ?His bravery!?

?That is correct!? yells Olmec. ?We?ve got our two teams going on to the temple games!? shouts Kirk as he runs over to the bottom step. ?They are the Blue Barracudas? and the Green Jag?uh, Monkeys! Orange Iguanas, Red Jaguars? come on down here, you guys gave it a great effort as well; we?re not gonna send them away empty-handed?we?ve got a gift for them, and here?s what it is??

Dee reads the prize:
?A gift certificate from Papa John?s! We love ooey, gooey, cheesy pizza here at Wild Jungle and Nickelodeon?from Papa John?s Pizza!?

The screen wipes to reveal Kirk with his hands on the two remaining teams? shoulders. ?These two teams are gonna be playing for the rights to enter Olmec?s temple,? announces Kirk, ?and they?re gonna do it?right after this!? The camera zooms in on the statue of a barracuda, glowing blue from the gong next to it. The titlecard appears, and we fade to black.
Title: Wild Jungle EP: The Feathered Crown of Prince Edward
Post by: The Bamboo Forest on July 14, 2010, 04:13:45 AM
The camera zooms out from some water lying in front of the temple, and then we fade to Kirk and the two teams.

?Welcome back to Legends,? says Kirk, standing in front of The Tiger?s Den with the two remaining teams. ?Now the glory goes to the fastest and the strongest? so before we get started, let?s meet our teams. On the Blue Barracudas, we have Veronica. Now, Veronica, you?re a figure skater??

?Yes,? replies the short, dark-haired girl.

?So, then, how long have you been, uh, figure skating?? asks Kirk.

?I started when I was five, and I just kinda, uh, liked it since then,? explains Veronica.

?Sounds great,? comments Kirk, turning to her taller brown-haired partner. ?And also, we have Russell. Now, Russell, you collect coins?how many do you have??

?I have about a hundred and fifty,? Russell says.

?You have a favorite?? Kirk then asks.

?It?s one from Hong Kong,? he replies. ?It?s got like jagged edges all around it.?

?Ooh, that one sounds cool,? says Kirk in response. ?Let?s hear it for the Blue Barracudas!? The audience applauds for the team as Kirk turns to faced the boy with glasses on the Green Monkeys.

?And over here on the Green Monkeys,? he then says, ?we have Ted. Ted, I hear you?re a football player?what position do you play??

?Uh, quarterback,? replies Ted.

?Mm, quarterback!? replies Kirk. ?And, uh, how long have you been doing this for??

?About? four years,? recounts Ted.

?All right, cool,? comments Kirk, moving on to Ted?s fair-haired partner. ?And over here, we?ve got Vivian. She?s a violinist?for how long??

?Six years,? she replies.

?And, uh, do you have a favorite song to play?? Kirk adds.

?Not really,? Vivian says as she shrugs.

?Oh, OK, let?s hear it for the Green Monkeys!? shouts Kirk. The audience claps and cheers again, this time for the Green Monkeys.

?All right, well, why don?t you go get ready for your games?? Kirk says. ?Boys over there, girls over there?? Kirk points in different directions, directing the teams to their respective temple games, before facing the camera to explain the rules.

?In the temple games, teams are competing for pendants of life?? Kirk grabs a pendant out of his pouch and holds it up to the camera. ?The winning team will need those pendants to protect themselves from the dreaded temple guards, as they make their way through the temple. There are three temple games, so, Olmec, why don?t you tell us about Temple Game #1??

Olmec explains:
?Prince Edward fought in the Battle of Cr?cy, fighting his way to the end. Now you?re about to take part in a battle of your own. When Kirk gives the signal, grab a sword, run across the teeter-totter and push down one of the soldiers on the other side. Then drop the sword, run back, and do it again. The first team to knock down all four soldiers with their swords, or the team that knocks down the most soldiers at the end of 60 seconds? wins.?

?Good luck, gentlemen!? says Kirk in a deep voice. ?Let?s put 60 seconds on the clock!?

The clock appears in the corner of the screen. ?On your marks, get set? GO!? Russell and Ted both dash out onto the teeter-totter, cautiously crossing the platform as it tips downward into the pits of foam blocks on the other side. ?They?re over the tipping path now,? commentates Kirk, ?and now they?ve gotta? take their sword and knock down the soldiers!? The two boys both swing the swords at the first soldier, both knocking theirs down. [0:43] ?It?s neck and neck so far,? says Kirk, ?that means one mistake could cost either team!? Ted appears to be slightly more daring, moving at a faster speed across the teeter-totter, while Russell continues to put his arms out for balance. By the time the Blue Barracudas knock down the second soldier, the Green Monkeys are already on their way back for their next sword. [0:16] ?Still got a few seconds left!? shouts Kirk above the audience?s cheering, as Ted knocks over his third soldier and drops his sword into the rubble. But with six seconds remaining, Russell just manages to knock down his third. The audience begins to count down: ?Five? four? three? two? one??

?And it?s over!? announces Kirk as the clock hits zero. ?Let?s check it out!?

Kirk runs over to the starting platforms, where the two boys are catching their breaths. ?Well, the Blue Barracudas knocked down three statues, and so did the Green Monkeys, so it?s a tie?they each get the half pendant of life!? The audience cheers as Kirk gives both boys a high-five each. ?Well, it?s all tied up?let?s see what?ll happen in the next game. Olmec, tell us about our next temple game.?

Olmec narrates:
?King John I of Bohemia wore a feather-lined helmet during the Battle of Cr?cy. Today, you?re going to make a similar helmet. Before you stands a pond, and on the other side, a cave abandoned by the ostriches that once lived there. When Kirk gives the signal, cross the water using the stepping stones, grab an ostrich feather on the other side, then run back along the path, and place the feather on the crown. Then climb back up onto the shore and do it again. If you fall in, go back and start again. The team that has the most feathers on their crown at the end of 60 seconds wins.

?This could get a little wet,? notices Kirk. ?Let?s set the clock for 60 seconds, though.?

The clock lands in the corner of the screen with a bang. ?On your marks, get set? GO!? The two girls, harnessed and held on by elastic cords, begin to cross the pool?rather sloppily, too, with water splashing as they step onto the shaky ?stones?. [0:50] ?They?ve got to make their way across,? explains Kirk as Veronica grabs a feather and starts to make her return trip, ?and it?s real tough when those stones wobble around like that!? The Green Monkeys also return their first feather, but Veronica missteps and plunges into the water a few seconds later. ?Oh!? shouts Kirk. ?Blue?s gotta go back now?and that could cost them!? It does?the Green Monkeys catch up quickly and overtake the Blue Barracudas, with the score 4-2 Green with 16 seconds remaining. ?It?s gonna come down to the wire?can Veronica catch up?? Kirk asks rhetorically. As the final few seconds on the clock tick down, the Green Monkeys place their fifth feather on the crown, and the Blue Barracudas struggle to catch up?but TIME IS UP!

?That?s it!? yells Kirk to stop the players. ?Come on over here? oh man, they?re cold, they?re wet, they?re tired? it?s tough work, gathering feathers, isn?t it? Alright, let?s count up?the Green Monkeys got one? two? three? four? five feathers, and the Blue Barracudas got? two feathers?the Green Monkeys get the half pendant of life!? The audience cheers at this announcement.

?So now it?s one pendant for the Green, a half for the Blue,? continues Kirk. ?We?re gonna give these girls some time to dry off?but let?s check out Temple Game #3 first! Olmec, tell us about it.?

Olmec continues:
?Anyone planning to fight in a battle with Prince Edward would need to know how to ride a horse?and we?ve got a horse of our own that you?ll need to ride? for 60 seconds. When Kirk gives the signal, hold on tight?because the horse will begin to spin. The team with the most players on at the end of 60 seconds? wins.?

?Whoever wins? goes to the temple,? reminds Kirk. ?Let?s put 60 seconds on the clock!?

The clock crashes down into the corner of the screen. ?On your marks, get set? GO!? The horses begin to spin; no player showing signs of slipping at this point? ?But it?s still early on in the match,? comments Kirk, ?and things could change any moment now!? Something does?the direction of spinning, trying to shake players off. [0:40] But all four players hold on tightly, not showing signs of giving up. ?These are some tough teams!? yells Kirk. ?But remember, the Blue Barracudas need this game to go to the temple!? With the game nearing its end, still no one has fallen off, but the spinning has gotten faster and the direction changes sharper? but time runs out with all four players still hanging on!

?All right, nice job teams, it?s over, come on down here?? Kirk walks over to the airbags underneath the horses, where the players are getting off. ?Well, everyone stayed on, so they BOTH get the full pendant?but that means that the Green Monkeys had two pendants, the Blue Barracudas had one and a half? The Green Monkeys are going to the temple!? The audience cheers as Ted and Vivian burst into excitement.

?Congratulations to them,? continues Kirk, ?but these were two evenly-matched teams. The Blue Barracudas gave it a great effort?it came down to that last temple game?and they?re not going away with wasted efforts. We?ve got a great gift for them, and here?s what it is!?

Dee reads the prize:
?It?s a $100 iTunes gift card! Good for music, movies, and much more. Just log into the iTunes store and start searching, from Apple.?

?They?re excited, they?re pumped?are they ready for Olmec?s temple?? asks Kirk turns to the jumping team, who excitedly shout in reply. The camera flies towards the temple, flying past the bottom floor and stopping at the Grand Marsh. A pendant of life crashes together, and then we fade to commercial.
Title: Wild Jungle EP: The Feathered Crown of Prince Edward
Post by: The Bamboo Forest on July 14, 2010, 04:14:08 AM
The camera zooms out from some lily pads floating in the Moat, and then we fade to Kirk with his hands on the Green Monkeys? shoulders.

?Welcome back to Legends,? he says. ?The Green Monkeys have proven themselves worthy and now have earned the right to enter Olmec?s temple. But first, Olmec?s going to give them some information to help them retrieve The Feathered Crown of Prince Edward.?

Olmec begins his rundown:
?You could start by climbing through the Tigers' Den and climbing down into the Jungle Crevice. Crawl through the pit, then race into the Treasury of the Monkeys?where you can grab the Feathered Crown. Find the right bunch of fruit, and you could choose to go up into the Anaconda's Sanctuary, or into the Grand Marsh. Open the crocodiles? mouths to find the tongue, and you might have a chance to enter The Forest? of a Thousand Dragons. Reach into the dragon?s mouths and find the key?but be careful: one of the dragons might be inhabited by the spirit of a Temple Guard! If they grab you, you?ll have to give up a Pendant of Life. Next, plow through the wall and into the Lion Cage.

?There, ride the elevator up into the Catfish Cove. Find the correct bucket, and open the door to the Shriiiiine?of the Silver Monkey. Assemble the statue, and you may be headed for the Vine Drop. Pull the vines to open the doors, and race up to the Wildebeests' Hideout. Turn the correct horn, and swing on the vine across the Jungle Crevice. Then, pass thru the Room of the Tropicana Birds, race down the stairs, and back through the temple gates. The choices are yours and yours alone. You won two pendants in the temple games. Who's going first??

?I am!? yells Ted.

?Very well, Ted!? replies Olmec. ?When Kirk gives the signal, you'll race through the gates into the temple, and make your way towards the Feathered Crown. Hidden inside the temple are temple guards assigned to protect three specific rooms. You can trade your pendant for an extra life and go on but if you're caught without a pendant, you'll be taken out of the temple... and it will be Vivian?s turn to enter and try her luck. If you can reach the Crown, all the doors of the temple will instantly unlock and the temple guards will vanish. Return through the gates with The Feathered Crown in three minutes, and you will both be handsomely rewarded?and here's how!?

Dee reads the team?s prizes:
?   For just going into the temple, you?ll both receive $500 worth of Toys ?r? Us Geoffrey dollars! A great gift idea?because they?re good as cash at any Toys ?r? Us store
?   If you can grab the Regal Robes before three minutes is up, you?ll also receive a Diamondback bike! This all-terrain mountain bicycles come with lightweight aluminum bodies and 24 speeds. From Diamondback.
?   And if you can bring the Regal Robes out of the temple before three minutes is up, you?ll both be going cruisin? to the Bahamas! A seven-day cruise aboard Norwegian Cruiselines,  with indoor pools, basketball, and volleyball courts! Norwegian Cruiselines?it?s different out there!

?A cruise to the Bahamas, sounds awesome!? comments Kirk. ?Let?s see if we can get them there! Let?s get in position?mouthpieces in?and let?s lower the gate, Olmec.? The gate lowers as Olmec moans and the lights around him switch off.

?Let?s set the clock for three minutes,? says Kirk.

The clock slams down into the corner of the screen. ?On your mark, get set? GO!?

?There goes Ted, up into the temple!? shouts a voiceover as Ted jogs up the temple steps and into the Room of the Tropicana Birds. He hits the first beak, opening the door to the Tiger?s Den. ?Now he?s going down?no, he?s gonna try a different door,? continues the voiceover as Ted opens the door to the Jungle Crevice with 2:44 left. He heads down the stairs to the edge of the Crevice, reaching out to grab the rope. He swings across and hits the actuator the Wildebeast?s Hideout. [2:32] ?He?s going up to the Wildebeast?s Hideout,? commentates the voiceover as Ted is shown entering the room from a bird?s-eye shot of the room. He begins to make his way to the wildebeast?s head, but out comes a? ?TEMPLE GUARD!? shouts Kirk, whose real-time voice returns. ?He?s gotta give him a pendant and then move on?? Slightly fazed, Ted at first heads to the back of the room to try and enter the temple guard door, but returns to the head and turns both horns to open the door to the Vine Drop.

[2:15] Ted enters the Vine Drop, not wasting any time in pulling the first two vines, which set off creaking noises, but none of the doors open. ?You?ve gotta pull them harder!? advises Kirk. Ted tugs the third vine, which slams open the door to the Shrine of the Silver Monkey. ?All right, now he?s moving into the Shriiiiine of the Silver Monkey!? Mist pours out of machines in the room, causing a thick fog circulating around the already dim room. Ted has trouble finding the base of the monkey, grabbing the middle at first, but still correctly placing the base. [1:30] ?It?s a three-piece monkey!? comments Kirk as Ted fiddles with the middle, turning it around to fit. ?First you?ve got the base? and then the belly? and then the head!? Ted returns to the back of the room to grab the head, then slots it into the hole and jams it down to complete the monkey. The door to the Lion Cage opens with 1:13 on the clock. He climbs down the ladder carefully, then steps down onto the floor and looks around before breaking down the stone wall. ?Now he?s in the Forest of a Thousand Dragons,? announces Kirk as Ted begins to open the mouths of the dragons, starting with one near the back of the room. There isn?t a key, so he moves onto the next one? but its arms suddenly come to life and hold onto him?it?s the spirit of the second TEMPLE GUARD!

?Oh, temple spirit!? Kirk shouts. ?Go, Vivian, go!? [0:55] Vivian runs up the steps of the temple, passing behind Olmec and racing through the Room of the Tropicana Birds in about 10 seconds. She swings across the Jungle Crevice and squeezes through the open door. ?She?s gotta make up some time if she wants to get to that crown,? comments Kirk, as we see Vivian pass through the Wildebeasts? Hideout and run down the stairs into the Vine Drop. She avoids the hanging vines, and enters the Shrine of the Silver Monkey. [0:29] ?You?ve gotta move, Vivian!? cheers Kirk as she backs down the ladder to the Lion Cage and climbs over the small step holding up the stone wall to enter the Forest of a Thousand Dragons. With 14 seconds remaining, she opens the mouth of the dragon that took out Ted, then moves on to the other dragons, but before she can find the key, we?re out of time!

?Oh! They almost made it,? remarks Kirk. ?They were just two rooms away?but they did a great job; they still get the Toys ?r? Us gifts. Check us out next time for another great Legend of the Hidden Temple! Buh-bye!?

The credits begin to scroll as various ending scenes are shown: flying past the top floor of the temple, the audience cheering, and some scenery near the Steps of Knowledge. Finally, the camera fades out, and the light bulb-Nickelodeon logo is shown as an electric buzzing noise is heard.
Title: Wild Jungle EP: The Feathered Crown of Prince Edward
Post by: The Bamboo Forest on July 14, 2010, 04:29:32 AM
Artifact Name: The Feathered Crown of Prince Edward
Location: The Treasury of the Monkeys
Result: Ran Out of Time
Time Remaining: N/A
Pendants Won: 2


The episode started off with a new Moat crossing: two bars (a "railway track") are laid across the Moat, and one player from each team stands on each, holding hands and pushing on each other to balance. The Orange Iguanas, the Green Monkeys, the Blue Barracudas, and the Red Jaguars advanced to the Steps of Knowledge, and from there, the Green Monkeys and Blue Barracudas advanced to the Temple Games.

The first temple game was new - players ran across a teeter-totter into a pit of foam blocks. In this game, the players grabbed swords and used them to knock down "soldiers" on the other side. The second temple game was also new, with a large pool of water to cross to collect items. The third temple game was the classic "spinning horse" game. The Green Monkeys just barely beat out the Blue Barracudas, winning two pendants on heading to the temple.

Ted and Vivian seemed like a fairly strong team up to this point, but were really quite average in the temple run. Ted started off, making a smart move by trying all three birds in the Room of the Tropicana Birds. He went across the top floor till he reached the Shrine of the Silver Monkey, took a shortcut to the Lion Cage, and was taken out from the Forest of a Thousand Dragons with only about a minute left. Vivian wasn't able to make any additional progress before time ran out.