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The Heart Room / Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
« 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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The Temple Games / Re: Legends of the Hidden Temple Trivia
« on: September 22, 2006, 10:01:20 AM »
Everyone knows the Mask of Shaka Zulu holds the record for the fastest run, but that was because the producers forgot to lock the damn door.

What is the real fastest temple run? In other words, what was the second fastest run in the series and how much time was left?

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The Heart Room / Oh Yeah, That Looks Real
« on: September 22, 2006, 09:57:38 AM »
And don't forget the Smashed Printing Plates of Frederick Douglass were made of cheap plastic.

But jesus, if that giant thing was made of real stone, HOW would the contestant be able to get it out?!

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The Heart Room / Most pointless room ever
« on: September 18, 2006, 03:43:15 PM »
The Tomb of the Anchient Kings is alright...but the objective is pretty simple...pull a key out of an empty coffin. Shouldn't there have been extra stuff in there or something?

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The Heart Room / Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
« 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

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The Heart Room / Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
« 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.

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The Heart Room / Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
« on: September 15, 2006, 07:57:53 AM »
Lucky Medallion was pretty good

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The Heart Room / Am I the only one who loves the Mask of Shaka Zulu?
« on: September 10, 2006, 02:02:59 PM »
I loved the temple run because that Tomb/Python door malfunction was truly funny.

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The Heart Room / Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
« 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.

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The Heart Room / Possible Sisters
« on: September 10, 2006, 02:58:53 AM »
Zac Turney from the Bandit Queen episode and his brother competed. Zac won the tie breaker while his brother lost in a later episode. I forget which episode he was in...

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The Heart Room / Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
« 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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The Heart Room / Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
« 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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The Heart Room / Season 1 solo runs
« on: September 01, 2006, 06:13:40 AM »
How about that Oracle Bowl of Delphi episode? If Shane hadn't gone up to the Gargoyle room, he would have acheived a solo run...and the run wouldn't be so disaterous.

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The Heart Room / Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
« 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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The Heart Room / Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
« 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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