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Wild Jungle EP: The Wild West Hat of Buffalo Bill
« on: September 06, 2010, 08:28:13 PM »
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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 Wild West Hat of Buffalo Bill!”

“Ooh, the Wild West Hat of Buffalo Bill!” says Kirk. “Well, one of these six teams will have the chance to retrieve the Wild West Hat—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’ll have to cross the Moat, and Olmec’s gonna tell us how they have to do it today.”

Olmec instructs:
“Before you lies a bridge of eight planks. When Kirk gives the signal, step out onto the first plank and try to move to the next. Two of the planks on each bridge will collapse, and when you step on one of them, you must go back and start again. When the first player makes it across, that will be their partner’s signal to cross the same way. When both partners have reached 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!” shouts Kirk. “Are you ready?”

The teams excitedly reply, “Yeeaahhhh!”

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

“OH, YEAH!” replies Olmec.

“He definitely is,” laughs Kirk. “All right, teams! On your marks, get set… GO!”

“And off they go!” shouts Kirk as the teams begin racing out on their planks. We see close-ups of the girls on the Orange Iguanas and the Purple Parrots both falling into the water after stepping on their first unstable planks—their second and third planks, respectively—and are soon followed by the Red Jaguars and Purple Parrots. “Whoa, everybody’s falling in!” exclaims Kirk, as the boy on the Green Monkeys also falls in, his fourth plank tipping him into the water. “And now the Silver Snakes are down,” he then declares, as all six players have now fallen in once. “But here come the Orange Iguanas! Can she make i—OHH!” The girl on the Orange Iguanas steps on her unstable seventh plank, backs away, but is too late and falls in. “Oh, it’s gettin’ messy out there…” Kirk’s voice trails off as the players continue to splash their way into the water, most discovering their second collapsing plank. The girl on the Silver Snakes avoids the eighth plank and makes it onto the deck. “Ooh, nice move!” commentates Kirk. “Now time for her partner to get over…”

In a flash, the girl on the Orange Iguanas hops off onto the deck. “Nice move!” shouts Kirk, as we then segue to a shot of the girl on the Purple Parrots step on a collapsing plank—but stays on and avoids it, becoming the third player onto the deck. The boy on the Orange Iguanas is seen racing across the planks, avoiding his bridge’s collapsing planks, and he quickly rushes off to hit the gong. “Okay, we’ve got our first team,” announces Kirk, “but we’re still looking for three more…” The girl on the Blue Barracudas finally begins to run across his bridge, hopping right over his third plank, while the boys on the Purple Parrots and Red Jaguars cross more cautiously.

“We have our second team!” yells Kirk as the Blue Barracudas gong in. The camera shows the girl on the Green Monkeys losing her balance about halfway across the bridge, and then the sound of a third gong. “Purple Parrots are in!” declares Kirk. “We’re looking for on—” He is interrupted by the chime of a fourth gong “—the Red Jaguars are in! We’ve got our four teams!”

Kirk runs over to the Orange Iguanas. “All right, Orange Iguanas made it all the way across with no trouble at all,” he says. “Going on to the Steps of Knowledge are the Orange Iguanas—and the Green Monkeys—and the Blue Barracudas—and the Red Jaguars.”

“The Purple Parrots and the Silver Snakes gave it a great effort,” he says. “They’re not gon—uh, going away empty-handed. We’ve got a great gift for them, and here’s what it is.”

Dee reads the prize:
“Geeeeeet ready for wet n’ wild fun! The Shot Blast Super Soaker has a 1.1 liter tank and can fire a jet of water 25 feet to hit your opponents! Super Soaker, from NERF!”
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Wild Jungle EP: The Wild West Hat of Buffalo Bill
« Reply #1 on: September 06, 2010, 08:28:43 PM »
The screen transitions to a shot of the four teams atop the Steps of Knowledge. “As we continue our quest,” says Kirk, “it’s now time for Olmec to tell us about The Wild West Hat of Buffalo Bill. But teams—pay attention, because your knowledge of the legend can bring you a step closer to Olmec’s Temple.”
   
Olmec narrates the legend:
“One of the greatest figures of the American Old West was William Cody, better known as Buffalo Bill. He was a brave and talented man, and wanted to be a soldier as a child. When he was young, his father was giving an anti-slavery speech, and Bill dragged him out of a slavery-supporting angry mob that had attacked him. He eventually joined the army and served as a scout for four years.

“In 1872, Buffalo Bill began to write stage shows about the Wild West. He traveled to Chicago to make his début with The Scouts of the Prairie, with his good friend, Texas Jack.

“‘C’mon, Bill, we ain’t got all the time in the world,’ said Texas Jack. ‘The crowd is waitin’ for a show.

“‘I don’t know,’ said Buffalo Bill, nervous about how the crowd would welcome his show. ‘I ain’t got no experience doin’ this kinda thing…’

“Texas Jack took his favorite cowboy hat and placed it on Buffalo Bill’s head for good luck, and then said, ‘there ain’t nothin’ to be afraid of, my friend. Now, go out there and kick so—’

“‘Jack! It’s a family show.’ Buffalo Bill went out to introduce his show, which became a huge success. He even brought his show to England for the Queen’s jubilee, and is still fondly remembered today. Texas Jack’s hat, however, was not, as it made its way to the Temple. Your task is to find The Wild West Hat of Buffalo Bill and bring it back here.”

“Thank you, Olmec,” says Kirk after a short pause, “so tell us—where is this Wild West Hat?”

“The Wild West Hat of Buffalo Bill can be found… in the Shriiiiiiiine of the Silver Monkey!” reveals Olmec. The camera moves across the top floor of the Temple, stopping at the Shrine, before we see a close-up of the Wild West Hat sitting on one of the room’s shelves.

“Easy there, Olmec,” chuckles 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 Buffalo Bill’s real name—William Carter, William Cody, or Bill Clinton?”

The Orange Iguanas stomp down: “William Cody!”

“That is correct,” replies Olmec. “Okay, step down Orange Iguanas,” says Kirk, as he motions for them to move down to the second step. “Next question.”

Olmec asks: “Did Bill want to become—a blacksmith, a soldier, or—”

The Orange Iguanas cut him off: “A soldier?”

“That is correct!” says Olmec. “Nice job!” comments Kirk. “And just like that, the Orange Iguanas are one step away from the Temple Games. Next question…”

Olmec asks: “Buffalo Bill applied for the army when he was young, but was rejected. Was this because of—his hairstyle, his age, or his excessive intelligence?”

The Orange Iguanas ring in again: “His age.”

“That is correct!” shouts Olmec. “And the Orange Iguanas are going to the Temple Games!” declares Kirk, as the Orange Iguanas quickly hop down onto the bottom step. “Blazed right through those questions… We’ve got room for one more team, though. Let’s continue, Olmec—next question.”

Olmec asks: “In 1872, did Buffalo Bill begin to produce—TV shows, stage shows, or fashion shows?”

The Green Monkeys buzz in: “Stage shows?”

“That is correct,” replies Olmec. “Okay, step on down, Green Monkeys!” instructs Kirk. “Next question.”

Olmec asks: “In which of these cities did Buffalo Bill make his stage début—New York City, Chicago, or San Fran—”

The Blue Barracudas ring in: “Uh… Chicago…?”

“That is correct,” declares Olmec. “All right, Blue Barracudas, also on the board,” commentates Kirk, as they join the Green Monkeys on the second step. “Next question.”

Olmec asks: “Was Buffalo Bill’s first stage show—The Scouts of the Prairie—”

The Green Monkeys stomp down and guess: “The Scouts of the Prairie…?”

“… that is correct,” answers Olmec. “All right, now the Green Monkeys are just one step away from the Temple Games,” announces Kirk. “Next question…”

Olmec asks: “Who did Buffalo Bill take with him to his first show—Wild Bill Hickok, Texas Jack, or Annie Oakley?”

The Red Jaguars ring in: “Texas Jan—Jack?”

“That is correct,” replies Olmec. “All right, step down, Purp—uh, Red Jaguars,” stumbles Kirk. “They’re on the board—this match is heating up! Next question, Olmec.”

Olmec asks: “According to our legend, did Texas Jack give Buffalo Bill—his boot—”

The Green Monkeys interject: “His Wild West Hat?”

“That is correct!” booms Olmec. “We’ve got our two teams going on to the Temple Games!” shouts Kirk as he runs over to the teams on the bottom step. “They are the Orange Iguanas… and the Green Monkeys! The Red Jaguars and Blue Barracuda… they gave it a great effort. We’re not gonna send them away empty handed; here’s what we’ve got for them.”

Dee reads the prize:
““It’s here—the official Legends: Wild Jungle backpack! Custom-designed and made to fit, never venture anywhere without the wildest backpack in the world! The official Legends: Wild Jungle backpack, from Nickelodeon and Jansport!”

The screen wipes to reveal Kirk with his hands on the two remaining teams’ shoulders. “These two teams are gonna be competing for the rights to enter Olmec’s temple,” he says, “and they’re gonna do it—right after this!” A shot of the Temple’s bottom floor is shown, the camera panning through each of the rooms until it reaches the Treasury of the Monkeys, where it zooms in on the bunches of bananas hanging off the central ladder. The show’s titlecard appears, and then we fade to commercial.
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« Reply #2 on: September 06, 2010, 08:29:12 PM »
The pendant splits, the camera zooms out from a pile of twisted wood lying in some plants near the Moat, 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 Green Monkeys, we have Andy. You say your favorite subject in school is science, but you’re also a break dancer—tell me about that.”

“Uh, I started taking lessons when I was eight, and now I break dance in… competitions… and… stuff like that,” explains the tall boy with light green eyes and contrasting dark brown hair.

“I hope you haven’t broken anything,” jokes Kirk, turning to Andy’s much shorter partner, a skinny girl with blond hair and clear blue eyes. “And also, we’ve got Kylie. It says here that you like to draw and write, but also that you absolutely love animals. Why’s that so?”

“Um, well,” she begins, “my family used to own a ranch out in the countryside, so…”

“Oh, I see,” continues Kirk. “And do you have a favorite animal?”

“Mm… probably a horse,” replies Kylie. She stops and smiles.

“Okay, let’s hear it for our Green Monkeys!” shouts Kirk. The audience cheers along with the team before Kirk continues.

“And on the Orange Iguanas,” he says, as he turns to the boy on the Orange Iguanas, short with pale skin and short blond hair, “we have Kevin. Now it says that you like playing baseball and basketball, but also it says that you’re writing a comic book—tell me about it.”

“It’s kind of a futuristic kind of comic,” he explains. “It’s sort of a dystopian kind of thing.”

“Sounds very interesting,” comments Kirk, moving on to the last player, a redheaded girl with stringy hair, big eyes, and freckles. “And over here, we have Andrea. You say that you love music, singing, and dancing… but you also do track and field. Tell me about that.”

“Uh, yeah, I’m on my middle school’s track and field team,” says Andrea.

“Do you have a favorite… or best event?” asks Kirk.

“Yeah, the 4 x 400 relay,” she replies.

“All right, sounds good,” remarks Kirk. “Let’s hear it for the Orange Iguanas!” The audience once again cheers with the team, stopping to let Kirk dismiss the players.

“All right, ready to play?” cheers Kirk. The players all shout and cheer in response. “Okay, why don’t you all go get ready for your games, and I’ll explain what’s gonna happen.” The players walk off-camera in different directions to let Kirk face the camera, now alone in front of Olmec.

“In the temple games, teams are competing to win 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, and Olmec is gonna tell us about Temple Game #1.”

Olmec explains:
“Buffalo Bill’s shows, like any stage show, needed props and costumes to be good. Today, you’ll be collecting some of the props for one of his shows. When Kirk gives the signal, crawl out and grab a cowboy hat, crawl back, and then put it in your basket. On your trips, you must avoid the swinging obstacles. The first team to collect all four hats, or the team that’s further along at the end of 60 seconds… wins.”

“That seems like a lot of trouble just for some costumes,” comments Kirk. “All right, 60 seconds on the clock!”

The clock slams down into the corner of the screen. “On your marks, get set… GO!” On this word, the sandbags above the pathway begin to swing, and the players begin to edge slowly out. “All right, Orange Iguanas off to an early start,” commentates Kirk, as we see Kevin reaching out to grab the hat and then quickly dropping down to avoid a sandbag. “Ooh, nice move by Kevin there… Green Monkeys also got their first hat, now they’re coming back…” After less than 10 seconds into the game, both boys are already scrambling out to get their second hats… but Andy gets hit by a sandbag. [0:46] “That gives a chance for the Orange Iguanas to take the lead,” explains Kirk, as Kevin grabs his second hat. “And they do! Here he comes…” Kevin drops his second hat in his basket, and begins to head out for his third—but is knocked by the first swinging sandbag, having to crawl back to the start. “… oh, but the Green Monkeys got hit too!” exclaims Kirk, as Andy gets hit by a sandbag just before he can grab his second hat. With 23 seconds left, Kevin grabs his third hat, but Andy only grabs his second a few moments later. “Orange Iguanas doing good…” narrates Kirk. “OH! He got hit!” [0:15] With just a few seconds left, Andy finally gets a second hat into his basket, but Kevin manages to scramble to his third hat, grabbing it with nine seconds remaining. “Oh, just a few second left—can he make it…?” With time running out and the audience counting down, Kevin makes a mad dash for the end… “Time’s up!” announces Kirk—but Kevin just manages to drop a third hat into his basket a second before!

Kirk runs over to the start lines, as Andy returns to join him and Kevin. “All right, nice job, there,” he praises, grabbing the baskets and placing them in front of himself. “Let’s count the scores…”

Kirk peers into the basket marked with the green tag first. “The Green Monkeys had… one… two hats, and the Orange Iguanas had… one… two… he got this one before time was up, so he got three hats—the Orange Iguanas get the half Pendant of Life!” He gives Kevin a high-five as the audience cheers.

“The Green Monkeys can catch up in the next game, though,” reminds Kirk. “It’s also worth a half-pendant. Olmec, tell us about it.”

Olmec narrates:
“Cowboys were a staple of the Wild West, and every cowboy knew how to ride a horse. Today, you’ll be riding the wildest horse in the West—our giant spinning horse. When Kirk gives the signal, hold on tight… because your horse will begin to spin. The player that’s still holding on at the end of 60 seconds wins.”

“It’s like horseback riding, but tougher,” explains Kirk. “Let’s put 60 seconds on the clock!”

The clock slams down into the corner of the screen. “On your marks, get set… GO!” The horses begin to rotate, with both players seeming to cling tightly to them, right against the poles. “Both teams doing well so far,” comments Kirk. “But it’s getting rough out there!” [0:50] The horses change direction, clearly shaking Kylie enough to make her begin to hang down from the horse. “Oh, Green Monkeys are losing their balance!” narrates Kirk. “Can she hold—NO!” With 44 seconds remaining, Kylie loses her grip and hits the airbag below to end the game.

“Aw, that was tough! Come on over here…” shouts Kirk, as he runs over to the horses, where the girls are catching their breath.

“All right, nice effort by both teams,” he praises. “Uh… Andrea here, though, didn’t fall—so the Orange Iguanas get another half Pendant of Life!” The audience cheers briefly before Kirk continues.

“So now the Orange Iguanas have one Pendant,” announces Kirk, “and the Green Monkeys don’t have any yet, but we’re going into our third and final game, and it’s worth a full Pendant. Olmec, tell us about Temple Game #3.”

Olmec continues:
“As a child, Buffalo Bill wanted to join the army, and would have to be trained to become a soldier. Today, you’ll be doing the same kind of training—out in the wilderness. Before you is a course through four areas: a hill… a lake… a jungle… and finally, the Tower. When Kirk gives the signal, the first player will begin at the first obstacle and tag their partner when they reach the end of it. Then you’ll do it again. When you reach the Tower, both of you must climb it and hit the gong at the top. The first team to reach the top of the Tower and hit their gong… wins.”

“This is for the Temple!” shouts Kirk. “All right, teams! On your marks, get set… GO!”

The camera zooms in on Andy and Kevin, climbing their way up the rock climbing wall on the front side of the Hill. “A quick start’s important,” reminds Kirk. “Looks like both teams got that down and pat—now it’s the transition between obstacles.” In 10 seconds, both boys are at the top of the Hill; Kevin taking a slight lead sliding down the other side, but quickly losing it as he stumbles to get to his feet. We then see Kylie and Andrea race forward to the Lake, rushing up the steps to the deck. “There they go, into the water!” shouts Kirk, as Andrea simply dives right into the water and swims across, while Kylie climbs into the water and begins to wade instead. “Ooh, Orange Iguanas, blazin’ across that Lake!” Andrea makes it quickly across the water, jumping out of it dripping wet, but much farther ahead than her opponent, who is only about ¾ the way across the Lake at that point. “All right, now the Orange Iguanas are going into the Juuuuungle!” narrates Kirk. Kevin dives into the Jungle, keeping himself low in the elastic cords, crawling his way through alone. “Green Monkeys are really gonna have to catch up…” Andy also dives into the Jungle, scrambling through its lower portion—but Kevin is already rolling out of it, and getting to his feet. “Now they have to climb the Tower, and that’s always hard,” explains Kirk, as Kevin runs over to Andrea and they begin climbing up the Tower, spiraling around it as they follow the footholds in the column. “I think they’re gonna make it…” predicts Kirk, as the camera slowly zooms in on the top of the Orange Iguanas’ Tower, with the team out of view for a few seconds as they near the top… but emerge from the bottom of the platform, and run around it to hit their gong!

“That’s it!” shouts Kirk, as the Green Monkeys stop in their tracks ¼ of the way up their Tower. “Stop right there—it’s over, all right…” He runs over to the base of the Green Monkeys’ Tower to announce the final results.

“The Orange Iguanas made it up first,” he says, “so they get the full Pendant of Life. That gives them two; the Green Monkeys didn’t have any… The Orange Iguanas are going to the Temple!” Andrea and Kevin hug in celebration at the top of the Tower before we segue back to Kirk and the Green Monkeys below.

“The Green Monkeys gave it a great effort too,” he then reminds. “They’re not going away empty-handed. We’ve got a great gift for them as well, and here’s what it is.”

Dee reads the prize:
“It’s $100 worth of Toys ‘r’ Us Geoffrey dollars! A great gift idea, because they’re good as cash at any Toys ‘r’ Us store in the U.S.A.!”

Kirk is seen standing on the top of the Orange Iguanas’ Tower, with the excited team. “Let’s see if the Orange Iguanas can make it through Olmec’s Temple,” he says, “retrieve The Wild West Hat of Buffalo Bill—right after this!” A jib camera flies past Kirk and the Orange Iguanas, who all wave at it, and then heads past them across the Moat. The titlecard appears, and then we fade to commercial.
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« Reply #3 on: September 06, 2010, 08:29:44 PM »
The pendant splits, the camera zooms out from Olmec, drawing back all the way to the front ledge of the Lion Cave, and then we fade to Kirk with his hands on the Red Jaguars’ shoulders.

“Welcome back to Legends,” he says. “Kevin and Andrea 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 Wild West Hat of Buffalo Bill.”

Olmec begins his rundown:
“You could start by climbing through the Tigers' Den and climbing down into the Vine Drop. Pull the right vine to raise the stone slab, then race into the Treasury of the Monkeys. Find the right bunch of bananas, and you could choose to go up into the Anaconda's Sanctuary, or into the Grand Marsh. Open the alligators’ 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 Secret Spring.

“There, climb up the Falls and into the Catfish Cove. Find the correct bucket, and open the door to the Shriiiiine… of the Silver Monkey—where you can grab the Wild West Hat of Buffalo Bill. Assemble the statue, and you may be headed for the Lion Cave. Place yourself in the correct mouth, which will allow you into the Wildebeests' Hideout. Turn the correct horn, and run across the Walk of Faith. Then, pass through 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!” calls Kevin.

“Very well, Kevin!” replies Olmec. “When Kirk gives the signal, you'll race through the gates into the Temple, and make your way towards the Wild West Hat. 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 Andrea’s turn to enter and try her luck. If you can reach the Wild West Hat, all the doors of the Temple will instantly unlock and the Temple Guards will vanish. Return through the gates with The Wild West Hat of Buffalo Bill 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 an electric guitar! The Schafer Electric SST Guitar is designed by Schafer & Sons!
•   If you can grab the Wild West Hat 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 Wild West Hat out of the temple before three minutes is up, you’ll both be receiving a new Sony high-definition television! Your new high-definition TV will come with a 60-inch LCD screen with LED backlight, 16:9 widescreen format, built-in Surround sound, and only crystal-clear quality! From Sony!

“Oh, now you can watch Legends on that TV,” says Kirk. “Let’s see if they can get it. All right, Kevin, get in position… and you put your mouthpiece in, too, Andrea. Let’s set the clock for three minutes!”

The clock slams down in the corner of the screen. “Olmec,” says Kirk, “please lower your gate.” The gate lowers as Olmec moans and the lights around him switch off. “All right, Kevin. On your mark, get set… GO!”

“And there goes Kevin, into the Temple!” shouts Kirk, as Kevin races up the steps of the Temple, running past Olmec. “Looks like he’s going down—down into the Tiger’s Den.” He slides down into the Den, making his way around the ledges and down deeper into the darkness. [2:53] “He’s quick, and I like that,” comments Kirk, as Kevin opens up the lower crawl tube to the Vine Drop, scrambling his way through, into the room with 2:47 left on the clock. “Now he has to find the right vine and pull down it, so he can raise the rock slab…” Kevin moves from the right of the room to the left, pulling down on each vine along the way. The leftmost vine sinks down lower than the other two, and the stone slab is pulled upwards, revealing a red door behind it. Kevin hits the actuator beside the door, opening it, and then climbs into the open doorway. [2:40] He makes his way down the tunnel, and then emerges into the dimly-lit Treasury of the Monkeys with 2:36 remaining. “Okay, there he’s gotta grab those bananas and then place the correct one on the table at the front,” explains Kirk. Kevin climbs up the central ladder, grabbing all two bunches of bananas and knocking the third onto the ground, and then half-slides his way back down. He places the bunches of bananas in his hands on the altar… and it immediately glows green, the lights go dim, and a monkey screams. “Okay, he opened that door,” narrates Kirk, as Kevin heads through the doorway on the left of the room.

[2:20] Kevin jumps into the Grand Marsh—but before he can make a further movement, a TEMPLE GUARD emerges from underneath the surface of the “water”! “TEMPLE GUARD!” shouts Kirk. “But he’s not scared of the guard—he gives him his Pendant, and he’s moving on!” Kevin opens the mouth of the alligator on the right, and immediately a long pink tongue falls out of it. “Pull on it!” suggests Kirk, and Kevin pulls down on the tongue, opening the door to the Forest of a Thousand Dragons with 2:08 remaining. “Okay, now he’s heading into the Forest of a Thousand Dragons,” commentates Kirk. “There he’s either gonna have to open up the mouths and look for a key, or he could go through the wall… He’s gonna look for the key—that could take him right to the Wild West Hat.” Kevin opens the mouth of a maroon-skinned dragon in the back-right corner of the room, and then moves to a blue dragon in the front of the room. [1:56] He takes his hand out of it, clutching a small metallic object—the key—and then heads to the back of the room, placing it on a small pad surrounded by a blazing sun emblem, and the golden panels beside it flip open with 1:49 left on the clock.

“All right, he’s heading up into the Shrine of the Silver Monkey,” says Kirk, as Kevin climbs up the ladder towards the room. “That’s where the Wild West Hat is! He’s still got a minute forty left…” The camera zooms in on the cabinet door below one of the Shrine’s shelves, and Kevin’s head emerges from it soon after. [1:41] “He’s gonna grab it—he’s got it!” shouts Kirk as Kevin grabs the WILD WEST HAT from its resting place with 1:37 remaining! “All the doors are open—he’s just gotta come back now!” Kevin steps down from the box covering the door to the Forest below, and then races up the small steps into the Lion Cave, pushing the door further open to let himself in. [1:31] “He’s heading up to the Wildebeests’ Hideout,” remarks Kirk. “Andrea’s cheering him on—she’s not even gonna have to go in!” With 1:25 left on the clock, Kevin enters the Wildebeests’ Hideout, briefly maneuvering around the central head before heading down the stairs to the doorway of the Walk of Faith. “Oh, he’s gonna have to cross the… bridge,” explains Kirk, as Kevin quickly makes his way across the Walk of Faith, taking big steps along the swinging vine below him while clutching the ones along the sides. [1:13] “Through the Bird Room…” narrates Kirk, misnaming the room, as Kevin races up the stairs and through the room. “I think he’s gonna make it… down the stairs… HE MADE IT!” Kevin tears down the steps and crosses the gate, hat in hand, with 1:02 to spare!

“HE DID IT!” shouts Kirk, excitedly. “HE DID IT! They got it all! Good job! Good—” He is interrupted by Andrea’s screams of excitement as she and Kevin hug in celebration. “They got it all, folks! The drums—guitar, I don’t know what they got, but they got it all! The Sony TV… We had a great time, and I’d love to stay longer, but we can’t—so check us out next time for more adventure and another great Legend of the Hidden Temple! Bye!”

The credits begin to scroll as various ending scenes are shown: the bottom floor of the Temple, the messy area in front of the Forest of a Thousand Dragons, and views of the Moat with the applauding audience in the background. Finally, the camera fades out, and the light bulb-Nickelodeon logo is shown as an electric buzzing noise is heard.
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« Reply #4 on: September 06, 2010, 08:43:41 PM »
Artifact Name: The Wild West Hat of Buffalo Bill
Location: The Shrine of the Silver Monkey
Result: Won!
Time Remaining: 1:02
Pendants Won: 2
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Summary:

The Orange Iguanas were a great team all day long, placing first in the Moat and the Steps, and winning two Pendants in the Temple Games, and I expected highly of them in the Temple Run. And they definitely left me satisfied.

To start off, the teams had to cross the Moat using a bridge of planks... but two of those planks were guaranteed to collapse. The Orange Iguanas were the first team to make it across the Moat, at least 25 seconds or so ahead of the next team. The Red Jaguars, Blue Barracudas, and Green Monkeys also joined in and all advanced to the Steps of Knowledge.

The legend was about William "Buffalo Bil" Cody, and his friend Texas Jack, whom he brought to his first stage show. What I want to know is how they got past the TV-Y rating while making a reference to offensive language. Anyway, the Orange Iguanas answered the first three questions correctly, immediately advancing to the Temple Games, while the Green Monkeys followed closely behind, alternating with the other teams, but nevertheless getting to the bottom step in second place.

The Temple Games were also completely dominated by the Orange Iguanas. In the first game, the boys had to grab cowboy hats without getting hit by swinging sandbags. It was a fairly close fight, but the Orange Iguanas won the half Pendant of Life. In the second game, the girls had to hold on to a spinning horse as long as possible. The Green Monkeys only 16 seconds into the game, giving the Orange Iguanas another half-Pendant. And in the third game, the teams ran a relay-style obstacle course, with the Orange Iguanas finishing first for a 2-0 shutout, and for a perfect game going into the Temple.

This was the last solo victory of the season, and boy, was it a good one. Kevin was a fast player, blazing right through the bottom floor of the Temple. He met a Temple Guard in the Grand Marsh, but was unfazed and handed over his Pendant of Life as if nothing had happened. He had a stroke of luck in the Forest of a Thousand Dragons, finding the key on his second attempt, and heading up to the Shrine to grab the Wild West Hat of Buffalo Bill with a whopping 1:37 left on the clock. He then sped out of the Temple using the high road and recorded the win with a minute and two seconds to spare. Kirk was so excited, that he forgot the team's prizes - a priceless moment indeed ("They got the drums... guitar... I don't know what they got!"). :lol:

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Andrea and Kevin achieved a perfect score in the entire episode, placing first in everything AND winning in the Temple Run.



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« Reply #5 on: September 07, 2010, 12:23:47 PM »
Fanservice. :)

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What I want to know is how they got past the TV-Y rating while making a reference to offensive language.

Oh, please, hasn't Nickelodeon gotten away with that in recent years? :P
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« Reply #6 on: September 07, 2010, 01:38:25 PM »
I imagine if they had to go through three or four more rooms, they probably still would've won.

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