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Episode 24: The Stone Nose of the Easter Island Statue

The camera winds and twists its way through a thick jungle of strange and exotic plants. After a few wrong turns, it finally stops in front of an ancient Mayan temple. At the base of the temple, a giant stone head sits. Suddenly, the head’s eyes light up and it begins to speak:

Legends of the Hidden Temple: Rebirth!” These words appear on the screen. “With your guide, Kirk Fogg! And here he is now!”

A middle-aged man wearing a denim shirt and blue jeans swings in on a rope. He drops down and runs up the Steps of Knowledge, microphone in hand.

“Thank you! Thank you, everybody! Nice to see everyone again! It’s good to see you again, Olmec! Welcome to Legends of the Hidden Temple: Rebirth. The rooms are filled with lost treasures protected by mysterious Mayan Temple Guards. Only Olmec knows the legends behind each of these newly discovered treasures in his Temple…which one are we gonna hear about today, Olmec?”

“The legend of the Stone Nose of the Easter Island Statue,” Olmec replies.

“Oh, the Stone Nose of the Easter Island Statue,” Kirk repeats. “Well, the legend is set, and one of these six teams will have a chance to retrieve the stone nose—will it be:

“The Red Jaguars?” The camera zooms in on each team as they are introduced.
“The Blue Barracudas?
“The Green Monkeys?
“The Orange Iguanas?
“The Purple Parrots?
“Or the Silver Snakes?

“They’ll have to pass through some tough physical and nen—mental tests, but in the end, only one team will earn the right to enter Olmec’s Temple. But first, they’ve gotta cross that Moat, and Olmec will tell us how they’ll have to do that today…”

Olmec begins to explain the Moat Crossing:
“Before you, a line of stepping stones extends across the Moat. When Kirk gives the signal, one player from each team will begin walking across the stones to the other side. Once they’re safely across, their partner will cross in the same way. But be sure to step on only the black stones—if you step on a white stone, it will sink, and if you touch the water, you’ll have to go back and start again. Once both players reach the other side, run over and hit the gong.” Kirk hits the Silver Snakes’ gong to demonstrate. “The first four teams to hit their gongs will go on to the next round!”

“All right, let’s get started already,” says Kirk. “Hey teams—are you ready?”
The six teams scream and cheer in response.
“And Olmec, are you ready?” Kirk asks.
“I was chiseled ready,” Olmec replies.
“Okay,” says Kirk. “On your mark, get set, GO!”

“There they go! This one’s fast!” comments Kirk as the first players from each team dart onto the stones. The Blue Barracudas’ boy slips and falls, and the Silver Snakes’ boy and the Red Jaguars’ girl accidentally step on a white stone and have to be sent back, but everyone else makes it across. The Blue Barracudas’ boy crosses successfully on his second try, and so does the Purple Parrots’ girl, the Green Monkeys’ boy, and the Orange Iguanas’ girl, who hit their team’s gong in that order. “Three teams have made it across—we need one more!” Kirk shouts. Mere seconds later, the Blue Barracudas’ girl successfully dashes across and slams her hands down on the gong, beating out the Silver Snakes’ girl by only about half a second.

“That’s it!” Kirk shouts as he rushes over and stands beside the Purple Parrots. “That was fast—fast and furious, but we can only take four teams, and goin’ on to the Steps of Knowledge are the mighty Purple Parrots…and the pugnacious Orange Iguanas!” He pauses between each team’s name to allow the audience to applaud. “And the unflappable Green Monkeys, and the tenacious Blue Barracudas! The Red Jaguars and the Silver Snakes were this…” Kirk holds up his thumb and forefinger with a tiny space between them. “…this close, but they’re not going home empty-handed. We’ve got a great gift for ‘em, and here’s what that is!” They receive a $50 gift certificate from Radio Shack.

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The Dark Forest / Random Name Generator
« on: November 11, 2009, 06:29:31 PM »
Since I PM'd TBF and TAW the site I use to make my players' names for Legends of the Hidden Temple: Rebirth, I figured I'd share it with everybody:

http://www.seventhsanctum.com/index-name.php

Go here, and click on "Quick Character Namers". They base the names off actual U.S. census data, so the names usually sound pretty real. They also have a bunch of other generators of names, titles, story ideas, and other cool stuff. Have fun!

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The Treasure Room / Legends: Rebirth-The Missing Letter of Amerigo Vespucci
« on: November 10, 2009, 06:25:40 PM »
Episode 23: The Missing Letter of Amerigo Vespucci

The camera winds and twists its way through a thick jungle of strange and exotic plants. After a few wrong turns, it finally stops in front of an ancient Mayan temple. At the base of the temple, a giant stone head sits. Suddenly, the head’s eyes light up and it begins to speak:

Legends of the Hidden Temple: Rebirth!” These words appear on the screen. “With your guide, Kirk Fogg! And here he is now!”

A middle-aged man wearing a denim shirt and blue jeans swings in on a rope. He drops down and runs up the Steps of Knowledge, microphone in hand.

“Thank you! Thank you, everybody! Nice to see everyone again! It’s good to see you again, Olmec! Welcome to Legends of the Hidden Temple: Rebirth. The rooms are filled with lost treasures protected by mysterious Mayan Temple Guards. Only Olmec knows the legends behind each of these newly discovered treasures in his temple…which one are we gonna hear about today, Olmec?”

“The legend of the Missing Letter of Amerigo Vespucci,” Olmec replies.

“All right, the Missing Letter of Amerigo Vespucci,” Kirk repeats. “Well, the legend is set, and one of these teams will have a chance to retrieve the letter—will it be:

“The Red Jaguars?” The camera zooms in on each team as they are introduced.
“The Blue Barracudas?
“The Green Monkeys?
“The Orange Iguanas?
“The Purple Parrots?
“Or the Silver Snakes?

“They’ll have to pass some of the toughest physical and mental tests they’ve ever been put through, but in the end, only one of these teams will get to enter the Temple. But first, they have to cross the Moat, and Olmec’s gonna tell us how they’ll have to do that today…”

Olmec begins to explain the Moat Crossing:
“Before you lies an ancient rod that has fallen across the Moat. When Kirk gives the signal, one player from each team will grab onto the rod by their hands and feet, and then shinny across to the other side. Once you’re safely across, your partner will do the same. If you fall, or if any part of your body touches the water, you must go back and start again. Once both players reach the other side, run over and hit the gong.” Kirk hits the Silver Snakes’ gong to demonstrate. “The first four teams to hit their gongs will go on to the next round!”

“All right, let’s go,” says Kirk. “Teams, are you ready?”
The six teams scream and cheer in response.
“Olmec, are you ready?” asks Kirk.
“Let’s get low, low, low…” Olmec replies.
“Okay,” says Kirk, chuckling heavily. “On your mark, get set, GO!”

The first players from each team grab onto the rod by their hands and feet (or hands and knees, whichever is more comfortable for them) and begin scooting across them to the other side. The Purple Parrots’ boy slips off and falls in the Moat, prompting the spotters to send him back. “It’s tough to keep your balance—oh, the Blue Barracudas just slipped off!” Kirk exclaims as the Blue Barracudas’ girl slips off and begins to return to where she started. The Silver Snakes’ girl slowly shinnies along the rod at a snail’s pace. By the time she’s only halfway across, the Green Monkeys’ boy, Orange Iguanas’ boy and Red Jaguars’ girl have crossed, and their partners have begun to cross as well. The Purple Parrots’ boy makes it across on his second try, but the Blue Barracudas’ girl falls off again and returns for her third try at crossing the rod. “Nobody’s across yet, we still need the partners across!” Kirk explains. “They can only hit the gongs if they get both players across!” The Red Jaguars’ boy almost slips off the rod, but regains his balance and continues across. The Green Monkeys’ girl steps onto the dock and rushes over to hit her team’s gong. “All right, we’ve got one team—two teams!” Kirk narrates as the Orange Iguanas ring in as well. By this time, the fog that usually blankets the Moat is gone. The Purple Parrots’ girl is shown stepping onto the dock, and she rushes over to hit her gong. “Three teams now—there’s only room for one more!” Kirk exclaims. The Blue Barracudas’ girl makes it across, but by this time, the Red Jaguars’ boy has successfully stepped onto the dock, and he hits his team’s gong to end the lengthy Moat Crossing.

“That’s it! We’ve got four teams!” Kirk shouts as he rushes over to stand beside the Purple Parrots. “Purple Parrots had a little trouble there at first, but they made it across, and goin’ on to the Steps of Knowledge are the Purple Parrots…and the Orange Iguanas!” Kirk briefly pauses between each team’s name to allow applause. “And the Green Monkeys, and the Red Jaguars! The Blue Barracudas and the Silver Snakes did great, too. We’ve got a great gift for them, and here’s what it is!” They receive a $50 gift certificate from Claire’s.

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Episode 22: The Leather Scabbard of William Wallace

The camera winds and twists its way through a thick jungle of strange and exotic plants. After a few wrong turns, it finally stops in front of an ancient Mayan temple. At the base of the temple, a giant stone head sits. Suddenly, the head’s eyes light up and it begins to speak:

Legends of the Hidden Temple: Rebirth!” These words appear on the screen. “With your guide, Kirk Fogg! And here he is now!”

A middle-aged man wearing a denim shirt and blue jeans swings in on a rope. He drops down and runs up the Steps of Knowledge, microphone in hand.

“Thank you! Thank you, everybody! Nice to see everyone again! It’s good to see you again, Olmec! Welcome to Legends of the Hidden Temple: Rebirth. The rooms are filled with lost treasures protected by mysterious Mayan Temple Guards. Only Olmec knows the legends behind each of these newly discovered treasures in his temple…which one are we gonna hear about today, Olmec?”

“The legend of the Leather Scabbard of William Wallace,” Olmec replies.

“Oh, the Leather Scabbard of William Wallace,” Kirk repeats. “Well, one of our six teams will have a chance to retrieve the leather scabbard—will it be:

“The Red Jaguars?” The camera zooms in on each team as they are introduced.
“The Blue Barracudas?
“The Green Monkeys?
“The Orange Iguanas?
“The Purple Parrots?
“Or the Silver Snakes?

“They’ll have to pass some tough physical and mental tests, but 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 will tell us how they’ll have to do that today…”

Olmec begins to explain the Moat Crossing:
“Before you lies an ancient rod that has fallen across the Moat. When Kirk gives the signal, one player from each team will hang from the rod by their hands and feet, and then shinny across to the other side. Once you’re safely across, your partner will do the same. If you fall, or if any part of your body touches the water, you must go back and start again. Once both players reach the other side, run over and hit the gong.” Kirk hits the Silver Snakes’ gong to demonstrate. “The first four teams to hit their gongs will go on to the next round!”

“All right, let’s get started,” says Kirk. “Teams, are you ready?”
The six teams scream and cheer in response.
“Olmec, are you ready?” asks Kirk.
“Let’s rock the Moat,” replies Olmec.
“Okay,” says Kirk. “On your mark, get set, GO!”

The first six players, which consist of all the male team members, grab onto the rod and start crossing. Everyone except the Silver Snakes’ boy hangs by their knees instead of their feet, and that seems to make a difference, as they have a little less trouble hanging on than the Silver Snakes’ boy. “They grabbed on by their knees—that’s a good strategy for crossing!” Kirk narrates. Four teams make it across before the Silver Snakes’ boy is a little over halfway across. The Purple Parrots’ boy falls in the Moat, however, and a spotter tells him to go back. “We’ve got four teams with one person across, but they still have to get their partner across!” Kirk explains. The female members of the first four teams hang on tight to their rod, and no one falls off. The Silver Snakes’ boy successfully crosses, as does the Purple Parrots’ boy, but the girls from these two teams have no chance to grab onto the rod, as the other four teams hit their gongs in very quick succession as Kirk begins to count them. “There’s one, there’s two, three…”

“That’s it! We’ve got four teams!” Kirk shouts as he rushes over and stands beside the Orange Iguanas. “The Orange Iguanas had no problem at all getting across that Moat, and goin’ on to the Steps of Knowledge are the Orange Iguanas…along with the Green Monkeys,” Kirk pauses between each team’s name to allow applause. “And the Blue Barracudas, and the Red Jaguars! The Purple Parrots and the Silver Snakes didn’t quite make it, but they did a great job, too. We’ve got a great gift for ‘em, and here’s what it is!” They receive a $50 gift certificate from Gamestop.

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The Treasure Room / Rebirth Interview with Ashleigh Morrows
« on: October 31, 2009, 07:04:35 AM »
Legends: Rebirth Interview with Ashleigh Morrows (Silver Snake, Temple Run Victor from The Infamous Lion Skin of the Tsavo Hunter)

**DISCLAIMER: This is NOT—I repeat—NOT an interview with a real Legends contestant. It’s with a fictional contestant from my independent project of fanfics, Legends: Rebirth. My statements are in bold.**



Well, with the recent revival of Legends, a lot of people have asked me if I have interviewed any of the contestants. After a little browsing on Facebook and MySpace, I came across Ashleigh Morrows, a Silver Snake and Temple Run victor from the very first episode, The Infamous Lion Skin of the Tsavo Hunter. She agreed to an interview, and big thanks to her for that!


The Bandit King: First off, thanks for taking the time to do this interview.

Ashleigh Morrows: My pleasure, TBK.

TBK: Had you ever heard of Legends before your tenure on the show, and if so, had you ever watched any episodes?

AM: Yes, I had! My family actually used to get a cable channel that showed it all the time. What was it called again…?

TBK: Nick GaS?

AM: Yeah, that’s it! Anyway, I used to watch it and GUTS all the time, and I pretty much knew how it went.

TBK: How did you learn about Legends: Rebirth?

AM: My family and I were on vacation in Orlando the very week that they began, and my dad saw something in the paper about auditions for a revival of Legends. He knew I like to watch the show, so he was like, “Hey, Ashleigh, they’re doing another season of that show with the talking rock you like so much!” I practically begged him if I could audition!

TBK: How did you audition for the show?

AM: Well, me and a bunch of other kids showed up at the place, and we went through a big obstacle course to start. Then, they tested us on various subjects—science, math, but mostly history. Then we did a few exercises—jumping jacks, push-ups, you know, that sort of thing?—and they weeded out a lot of kids.

TBK: What happened when you weren’t filming?

AM: Well, they were filming about nine or ten episodes that day, and since I was on the first one, there was very little time to do what we wanted to do. But the hour we did have in the green room was super-fun. We played Wii and Playstation2 games, watched Nickelodeon and The N, ate chips, drank soda, stuff like that. I met my partner, Joseph, and he seemed really nice—and not too bad-looking, either! :P

TBK: What was it like competing in the rounds?

AM: Well, the Moat was pretty simple—swing on a rope to make it across—and I was one of the first ones across, so that felt pretty good. The Steps of Knowledge were really interesting, too. I had no knowledge of the Tsavo Maneaters before I did the show, but they gave us a copy of the legend to study before we started taping, so me and Joseph knew it pretty well when the time came to film that round. Problem was, we were so slow on the draw—it came down to the last question, where I just happened to know what an “ocelot” was! The Temple Games were a lot of fun! I wish I could’ve tried the one Joseph got—you know, where he swung around and got the plastic meat? That one looked really fun.

TBK: What was it like running through the Temple?

AM: Well, I obviously didn’t spend too much time in it! :lol: Yeah, it was pretty exhilarating. The two Temple Guards I met scared the crap out of me, though! It was fun, and I don’t think I did anything all that bad when I was in it. We won, didn’t we?

TBK: Yes, you did. Do you and Joseph still know one another?

AM: I wish I could say we did, but we don’t. I don’t even know his last name…

TBK: It’s “Bartlett”, just so you know.

AM: Really? Well, I guess I know now, don’t I?

TBK: Did you get to meet Kirk or Dee?

AM: I didn’t meet Kirk Fogg off-camera. Dee Baker, on the other hand, I did meet. He was really nice—I didn’t know he did so many cartoon voices!

TBK: Is there anything else you’d like to add?

AM: Um…just that I had an awesome time, and it was really fun!

TBK: And with that, I guess we’ve come full circle. Thanks again!

AM: You’re welcome! Bye…

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Episode 21: The Inaccurate Map of Gerardus Mercator

The camera winds and twists its way through a thick jungle of strange and exotic plants. After a few wrong turns, it finally stops in front of an ancient Mayan temple. At the base of the temple, a giant stone head sits. Suddenly, the head’s eyes light up and it begins to speak:

Legends of the Hidden Temple: Rebirth!” These words appear on the screen. “With your guide, Kirk Fogg! And here he is now!”

A middle-aged man wearing a denim shirt and blue jeans swings in on a rope. He drops down and runs up the Steps of Knowledge, microphone in hand.

“Thank you! Thank you, everybody! Nice to see everyone again! It’s good to see you again, Olmec! Welcome to Legends of the Hidden Temple: Rebirth. The rooms are filled with lost treasures protected by mysterious Mayan Temple Guards. Only Olmec knows the legends behind each of these newly discovered treasures in his temple…which one are we gonna hear about today, Olmec?”

“The legend of the Inaccurate Map of Gerardus Mercator,” Olmec replies.

“So, the legend is set,” says Kirk, “and one of these six teams will have a chance to retrieve the Inaccurate Map—will it be:

“The Red Jaguars?” The camera zooms in on each team as they are introduced.
“The Blue Barracudas?
“The Green Monkeys?
“The Orange Iguanas?
“The Purple Parrots?
“Or the Silver Snakes?

“They’ll have to pass some tough physical and mental tests, but 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 will tell us how they’ll have to do it today…”

Olmec begins to explain the Moat Crossing:
“Before you lies an ancient rod that has fallen across the Moat. When Kirk gives the signal, one player from each team will grab onto the rod by their hands and feet, and then shinny across to the other side. Once you’re safely across, your partner will do the same. If you fall, or if any part of your body touches the water, you must go back and start again. Once both players reach the other side, run over and hit the gong.” Kirk hits the Silver Snakes’ gong to demonstrate. “The first four teams to hit their gongs will go on to the next round!”

“All right, let’s get started, then,” Kirk says. “Hey teams, are you ready?”
All six teams scream and cheer in response.
“Olmec, are you ready?” asks Kirk.
“Let’s rock and roll,” Olmec replies.
“Okay,” says Kirk. “On your mark, get set, GO!”

All six players grab onto the rod by their hands and knees and begin inching their way across. The Blue Barracudas’ boy takes a slight lead, with the Orange Iguanas’ boy and the Red Jaguars’ girl close behind. The Blue Barracudas’ boy makes it across soon afterward, with the Orange Iguanas’ boy making it a few seconds after he does. When she is only about a foot away from the dock, the Red Jaguars’ girl gives out and falls into the water. A spotter tells her to go back. The Green Monkeys’ boy also falls into the drink about halfway across the Moat. Slowly but surely, the Purple Parrots’ boy and the Silver Snakes’ girl also make it across. “Purple Parrots and Silver Snakes have one across; now they’ve gotta get their teammate across!” Kirk explains. The Red Jaguars’ girl is slowly shimmying along her rod, but the Blue Barracudas’ girl is already about three-quarters of the way across. All the fog is now gone from the Moat, and we clearly see the Purple Parrots’ girl’s leg slip off the rod and touch the water. “Oh, she touched the water, so she has to go back—oh, Blue Barracudas are across!” Kirk shouts as the Blue Barracudas’ girl dismounts her rod, and rushes over to hit her gong, high-fiving her teammate afterwards. The Orange Iguanas’ girl also reaches the other side, and she dashes over to hit her team’s gong. The Silver Snakes’ boy almost touches the water when one of his arms slips off the rod, but he regains his grip on it and continues shinnying across. The Green Monkeys’ boy has now made it about halfway across on his second try, and so has the Purple Parrots’ girl. The Red Jaguars’ girl finally steps onto the dock, as does the Silver Snakes’ boy, and he runs over to hit his team’s gong. “There’s our third team—we only need one more!” Kirk narrates. Just as he says this, everyone currently holding onto a rod falls into the Moat, and they all head back to begin their journey again. The Red Jaguars’ boy has a hard time holding onto the rod, and falls off less than one-fourth of the way across. The Green Monkeys’ boy and the Purple Parrots’ girl each hold on tight, and eventually, the Purple Parrots’ girl beats the Green Monkeys’ boy across, and she rushes over to hit her team’s gong and end the time-consuming Moat crossing.

“That’s it!” Kirk shouts as he rushes over and stands beside the Silver Snakes. “That was a long, hard journey getting across the Moat, but the Silver Snakes made it, and goin’ on to the Steps of Knowledge are the Silver Snakes…and the Purple Parrots,” Kirk briefly pauses between each team’s name. “And the Orange Iguanas, and the Blue Barracudas! The Red Jaguars and the Green Monkeys gave it a great try, too. We’ve got a great gift for them for playing, and here’s what it is!” They receive a $50 gift certificate from Pacsun.

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The Treasure Room / Legends: Rebirth-The Wedding Ring of Nocatula
« on: October 14, 2009, 05:20:12 PM »
Episode 20: The Wedding Ring of Nocatula

The camera winds and twists its way through a thick jungle of strange and exotic plants. After a few wrong turns, it finally stops in front of an ancient Mayan temple. At the base of the temple, a giant stone head sits. Suddenly, the head’s eyes light up and it begins to speak:

Legends of the Hidden Temple: Rebirth!” These words appear on the screen. “With your guide, Kirk Fogg! And here he is now!”

A middle-aged man wearing a denim shirt and blue jeans swings in on a rope. He drops down and runs up the Steps of Knowledge, microphone in hand.

“Thank you! Thank you, everybody! Nice to see everyone again! It’s good to see you again, Olmec! Welcome to Legends of the Hidden Temple: Rebirth. The rooms are filled with lost treasures protected by mysterious Mayan Temple Guards. Only Olmec knows the legends behind each of these newly discovered treasures in his temple…which one are we gonna hear about today, Olmec?”

“The legend of the Wedding Ring of Nocatula,” Olmec replies.

“Oh, the Wedding Ring of Nocatula,” Kirk repeats. “Well, the legend is set, and one of these six teams will have a chance to retrieve the wedding ring—will it be:

“The Red Jaguars?” The camera zooms in on each team as they are introduced.
“The Blue Barracudas?
“The Green Monkeys?
“The Orange Iguanas?
“The Purple Parrots?
“Or the Silver Snakes?

“They’ll have to pass through some physical and mental tests, but in the end, only one of these teams will reach Olmec’s Temple. But first, they have to cross the Moat, and Olmec’s gonna tell us how they’ll do that today…”

Olmec begins to explain the Moat Crossing:
“Before you stands an ancient swinging bridge that has fallen on its side. When Kirk gives the signal, one player from each team will grab on to the railing of the bridge with one hand, and then take their partner’s hand with the other. Then, both players will carefully walk across the bridge, sideways, to the other side. If you fall, or if your feet touch the water, you must both go back and begin again. Once you reach the other side, step off the bridge, help your partner down, and run over and hit the gong.” Kirk hits the Silver Snakes’ gong to demonstrate. “The first four teams to hit their gongs will go on to the next round!”

“Okay, let’s get started,” Kirk says. “Hey teams, are you ready?”
The teams all scream and cheer in response.
“Olmec, are you ready?” Kirk asks.
“OOOOOOOHHH yeah,” Olmec replies.
“Okay,” Kirk laughs. “On your marks, get set, GO!”

The six male team members climb up onto the bridge, and as soon as they do, they hold out their hands for their female partners. All six teams then start making their way across. The Red Jaguars take an early lead, followed by the Green Monkeys. The Blue Barracudas’ boy loses his grip on the bridge railing and falls into the water, dragging his partner down with him, and a spotter tells them to go back. “It’s not easy to keep your grip on the railing,” Kirk narrates. The Red Jaguars make it across first and hit their gong, with the Green Monkeys coming in a close second. “Two teams—we need two more!” Kirk narrates. The Orange Iguanas, Purple Parrots and Silver Snakes all step onto the dock at about the same time, and the Orange Iguanas just fall short of hitting their gong in time.

“That’s it!” Kirk shouts as he runs over and stands beside the Silver Snakes. “We’ve got our four teams! The Silver Snakes hung on, and they did it, and goin’ on to the Steps of Knowledge are the Silver Snakes…and the Purple Parrots,” Kirk briefly pauses between each team’s name to allow applause. “And the Green Monkeys, and the Red Jaguars! The Blue Barracudas and the Orange Iguanas didn’t quite make it, but that’s okay. We’ve got a great gift for ‘em for playing, and here’s what it is!” They receive a $50 gift certificate from Old Navy.

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Episode 19: The Discarded Sweatband of Jesse Owens

The camera winds and twists its way through a thick jungle of strange and exotic plants. After a few wrong turns, it finally stops in front of an ancient Mayan temple. At the base of the temple, a giant stone head sits. Suddenly, the head’s eyes light up and it begins to speak:

Legends of the Hidden Temple: Rebirth!” These words appear on the screen. “With your guide, Kirk Fogg! And here he is now!”

A middle-aged man wearing a denim shirt and blue jeans swings in on a rope. He drops down and runs up the Steps of Knowledge, microphone in hand.

“Thank you! Thank you, everybody! Nice to see everyone again! It’s good to see you again, Olmec! Welcome to Legends of the Hidden Temple: Rebirth. The rooms are filled with lost treasures protected by mysterious Mayan Temple Guards. Only Olmec knows the legends behind each of these newly discovered treasures in his temple…which one are we gonna hear about today, Olmec?”

“The legend of the Discarded Sweatband of Jesse Owens,” Olmec replies.

“Ooh, the Discarded Sweatband of Jesse Owens,” Kirk responds. “Well, one of these six teams will have a chance to retrieve the sweatband—will it be:

“The Red Jaguars?” The camera zooms in on each team as they are introduced.
“The Blue Barracudas?
“The Green Monkeys?
“The Orange Iguanas?
“The Purple Parrots?
“Or the Silver Snakes?

“They’ll have to pass some of the toughest tests they’ve ever taken, but in the end, only one team will get the right to enter Olmec’s Temple. But first, they have to cross the Moat, and Olmec’s gonna tell us how they’ll do it today…”

Olmec begins to explain the Moat Crossing:
“Before you stands an ancient swinging bridge that has fallen on its side. When Kirk gives the signal, one player from each team will grab on to the railing of the bridge with one hand, and then take their partner’s hand with the other. Then, both players will carefully walk across the bridge, sideways, to the other side. If you fall, or if your feet touch the water, you must both go back and start again. Once you reach the other side, step off the bridge, help your partner down, and run over and hit the gong.” Kirk hits the Silver Snakes’ gong to demonstrate. “The first four teams to hit their gongs will go on to the next round!”

“All right, let’s get started,” says Kirk. “Teams, are you ready?”
The teams all scream and cheer in response.
“Olmec, are you ready?” asks Kirk.
“You know it,” Olmec replies.
“Okay,” says Kirk. “On your mark, get set, GO!”

“There they go, onto the bridge!” Kirk narrates as all six teams lock hands and begin making their way across. Slowly but steadily, they all inch their way across, with the Blue Barracudas taking a slight lead. The Orange Iguanas lose their grip on the bridge’s railing about halfway across, and the spotters tell them to go back. The Blue Barracudas make it across first, and they rush over to hit their team’s gong. The Green Monkeys and Purple Parrots gong in next. “Three teams—we need one more!” Kirk narrates. Just as the Red Jaguars are about to reach the last step, the two players let go of one another’s hand, and the spotters wave them back. “Oh, he let go of her hand—now they have to go all the way back!” Kirk narrates. The Silver Snakes, however, successfully make it all the way, and the two players step off the bridge to hit their gong together.

“That’s it! We’ve got our four teams!” Kirk shouts as he rushes over and stands next to the Silver Snakes. “Silver Snakes, slowly but surely, they made it across, and goin’ on to the Steps of Knowledge are the Silver Snakes…and the Purple Parrots,” Kirk briefly pauses between each team’s name to allow for applause. “And the Green Monkeys…and the Blue Barracudas! The Red Jaguars and the Orange Iguanas didn’t quite make it, but that’s all right—we’ve got a great gift for ‘em, and here’s what it is!” They receive a $50 gift certificate from Gamestop.

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The Treasure Room / Legends: Rebirth-The Battered Helmet of Henry the Second
« on: September 27, 2009, 06:07:58 PM »
Episode 18: The Battered Helmet of Henry the Second

The camera winds and twists its way through a thick jungle of strange and exotic plants. After a few wrong turns, it finally stops in front of an ancient Mayan temple. At the base of the temple, a giant stone head sits. Suddenly, the head’s eyes light up and it begins to speak:

Legends of the Hidden Temple: Rebirth!” These words appear on the screen. “With your guide, Kirk Fogg! And here he is now!”

A middle-aged man wearing a denim shirt and blue jeans swings in on a rope. He drops down and runs up the Steps of Knowledge, microphone in hand.

“Thank you! Thank you, everybody! Nice to see everyone again! It’s good to see you again, Olmec! Welcome to Legends of the Hidden Temple: Rebirth. The rooms are filled with lost treasures protected by mysterious Mayan Temple Guards. Only Olmec knows the legends behind each of these newly discovered treasures in his temple…which one are we gonna hear about today, Olmec?”

“The legend of the Battered Helmet of Henry the Second,” Olmec replies.

“Oh, the Battered Helmet of Henry the Second,” Kirk repeats. “Well, the legend is set, and one of these teams will have a chance to retrieve the Battered Helmet—will it be:

“The Red Jaguars?” The camera zooms in 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 gonna have to pass some tough physical and mental text—tests, but in the end, only one team will have the right to enter Olmec’s Temple. But first, they’ve gotta cross the Moat, and Olmec will tell us how they’ll have to do it today…”

Olmec begins to explain the Moat Crossing:
“Before you stands an ancient swinging bridge that has fallen on its side. When Kirk gives the signal, one player from each team will grab on to the railing of the bridge with one hand, and then take their partner’s hand with the other. Then, both players will carefully walk across the bridge, sideways, to the other side. If you fall, or if your feet touch the water, you must both go back and start again. Once you reach the other side, step off the bridge, help your partner down, and run over and hit the gong.” Kirk hits the Silver Snakes’ gong to demonstrate. “The first four teams to hit their gongs will go on to the next round!”

“All right, let’s get started,” Kirk says. “Hey teams, are you ready?”
All six teams scream and cheer in response.
“Olmec, are you ready?” Kirk asks.
“Ready as I’ll ever be,” Olmec replies.
“All right,” says Kirk. “On your mark, get set, GO!”

All six of the teams’ male members step onto the bridge, and their female teammates take their hands and follow behind. Slowly but surely, they all begin crossing. The Blue Barracudas take an early lead, closely followed by the Red Jaguars. “They gotta keep their balance on the bridge, and that’s not easy!” narrates Kirk. The Orange Iguanas are very slow in crossing, but the other teams are fairly even—except for the Blue Barracudas and Red Jaguars, who are about a foot ahead of everyone. The Blue Barracudas and Red Jaguars make it across well before the other teams, and they rush over to hit their gongs. “There’s two teams—we’ve got room for two more!” Soon after Kirk says this, the Green Monkeys’ boy’s foot slips off the bridge and touches the water, and the spotters tell him and his partner to go back. “It looks like they have to go back—they must’ve touched the water,” observes Kirk. Meanwhile, the Purple Parrots and Silver Snakes have stepped off the bridge, and they hit their gongs to end the Moat Crossing.

“That’s it! We’ve got our four teams right here!” Kirk shouts as he rushes over to stand beside the Silver Snakes. “Silver Snakes, slowly but surely, they made it across, and goin’ on to the Steps of Knowledge are the Silver Snakes…along with the Purple Parrots,” Kirk briefly pauses between each team’s name to allow applause. “And the Blue Barracudas, and the Red Jaguars! The Green Monkeys and the Orange Iguanas gave it a great try, too—we’ve got a great gift for ‘em, and here’s what it is!” They receive a $50 gift certificate from FYE.

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The Treasure Room / Legends: Rebirth-The Feathered Crown of Nezahualcoyotl
« on: September 20, 2009, 06:47:18 PM »
Episode 17: The Feathered Crown of Nezahualcoyotl

The camera winds and twists its way through a thick jungle of strange and exotic plants. After a few wrong turns, it finally stops in front of an ancient Mayan temple. At the base of the temple, a giant stone head sits. Suddenly, the head’s eyes light up and it begins to speak:

Legends of the Hidden Temple: Rebirth!” These words appear on the screen. “With your guide, Kirk Fogg! And here he is now!”

A middle-aged man wearing a denim shirt and blue jeans swings in on a rope. He drops down and runs up the Steps of Knowledge, microphone in hand.

“Thank you! Thank you, everybody! Nice to see everyone again! It’s good to see you again, Olmec! Welcome to Legends of the Hidden Temple: Rebirth. The rooms are filled with lost treasures protected by mysterious Mayan Temple Guards. Only Olmec knows the legends behind each of these newly discovered treasures in his temple…which one are we gonna hear about today, Olmec?”

“The legend of the Feathered Crown of Nezahualcoyotl,” Olmec replies.

“Ah, the Feathered Crown of Nezahualcoyotl,” Kirk replies. “Well, the legend is set, and one of these six teams will get a chance to retrieve the feathered crown—will it be:

“The Red Jaguars?” The camera pans to each team as they are introduced.
“The Blue Barracudas?
“The Green Monkeys?
“The Orange Iguanas?
“The Purple Parrots?
“Or the Silver Snakes?

“They’ll have to pass through some tough physical and mental tests, but 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’ll have to do it today…”

Olmec begins to explain the Moat Crossing:
“Before you are several petrified logs that have fallen into the Moat. When Kirk gives the signal, one player from each team will begin walking across the logs to the other side. Once you’re safely across, your partner will do the same. If you fall or touch the logs with your hands, you must go back and start again. Once both players reach the other side, run over and hit the gong.” Kirk hits the Silver Snakes’ gong to demonstrate. “The first four teams to hit their gongs will go on to the next round!”

“Okay, let’s get started,” remarks Kirk. “Hey teams, are you ready?”
All six teams scream and cheer in response.
“Mr. Olmec, are you ready?” Kirk asks.
“Let’s rock,” Olmec replies.
“All right,” Kirk says. “On your mark, get set, GO!”

All six players run onto the logs. Everyone falls off almost immediately except the Blue Barracudas’ boy and the Silver Snakes’ boy, who make it across successfully. “Those logs are really difficult to stay on!” says Kirk. The Purple Parrots’ girl and Orange Iguanas’ boy make it across, but the Red Jaguars’ boy, Silver Snakes’ girl, and Green Monkeys’ boy fall off on their second tries at crossing. The Blue Barracudas’ girl makes it across, and she rushes over to hit the gong, which lights up a bright blue the second she slams her hand down on it. The Green Monkeys’ boy makes it across, and so does the Orange Iguanas’ girl, and she dashes over to hit her gong. The Purple Parrots’ boy makes it about halfway across before losing his balance and falling into the Moat. The Silver Snakes’ girl makes it across as well, and she hits her team’s gong. “There’s our third team—there’s only room for one more!” narrates Kirk. The Purple Parrots’ boy makes it across on his second try, but so does the Green Monkeys’ boy, and the two teams have a race to the gongs, with the Green Monkeys beating out the Purple Parrots.

“That’s it! We’ve got our four teams!” Kirk narrates as he rushes onscreen and stands beside the Silver Snakes. “The Silver Snakes had a little trouble at the start, but they came back, and goin’ on to the Steps of Knowledge are the Silver Snakes…along with the Orange Iguanas,” Kirk briefly pauses between each team’s name to allow applause. “And the Green Monkeys, and the Blue Barracudas! The Red Jaguars and the Purple Parrots did great, too, but came up just a little shy. But they’re not goin’ away empty-handed—we’ve got a great gift for ‘em, and here’s what it is!” They receive a $50 gift certificate from American Eagle.

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Episode 16: The Bamboo Katana of Kamiizumi Nobutsuna

The camera winds and twists its way through a thick jungle of strange and exotic plants. After a few wrong turns, it finally stops in front of an ancient Mayan temple. At the base of the temple, a giant stone head sits. Suddenly, the head’s eyes light up and it begins to speak:

Legends of the Hidden Temple: Rebirth!” These words appear on the screen. “With your guide, Kirk Fogg! And here he is now!”

A middle-aged man wearing a denim shirt and blue jeans swings in on a rope. He drops down and runs up the Steps of Knowledge, microphone in hand.

“Thank you! Thank you, everybody! Nice to see everyone again! It’s good to see you again, Olmec! Welcome to Legends of the Hidden Temple: Rebirth. The rooms are filled with lost treasures protected by mysterious Mayan Temple Guards. Only Olmec knows the legends behind each of these newly discovered treasures in his Temple…which one are we gonna hear about today, Olmec?”

“The legend of the Bamboo Katana of Kamiizumi Nobutsuna,” Olmec replies.

“Oh, the Bamboo Katana of Kamiizumi Nobutsuna,” Kirk replies. “Well, the legend is set, and one of these teams will have a chance to retrieve the Bamboo Katana—will it be:

“The Red Jaguars?” The camera zooms in on each team as they are introduced.
“The Blue Barracudas?
“The Green Monkeys?
“The Orange Iguanas?
“The Purple Parrots?
“Or the Silver Snakes?

“They’ll have to pass tough physical and mental tests, but in the end, only one team will earn the right to enter Olmec’s Temple. But first, they have to cross the Moat, and Olmec will tell them how to do it today…”

Olmec begins to explain the Moat Crossing:
“Before you are several petrified logs that have fallen into the Moat. When Kirk gives the signal, one player from each team will begin walking across the logs to the other side. Once you’re safely across, your partner will do the same. If you fall or touch the logs with your hands, you must go back and start again. Once both players reach the other side, run over and hit the gong.” Kirk hits the Silver Snakes’ gong to demonstrate. “The first four teams to hit their gongs will go on to the next round!”

“All right, let’s go,” Kirk says. “Hey teams, are you ready?”
The players shout and cheer in response.
“Olmec-san, are you ready?” Kirk asks.
“OOOHHH yeah,” Olmec replies.
“All right,” Kirk says. “On your mark, get set, GO!”

The first members of each team all run onto the row of logs. The Blue Barracudas’ girl falls off about halfway across, and so does the Red Jaguars’ boy. The Orange Iguanas’ girl falls off about three-fourths of the way over. The other three players make it across successfully. The Blue Barracudas’ girl successfully crosses on her second try, but the Red Jaguars’ boy falls off on his second go at crossing. “It’s tough, ‘cause those logs are always rolling!” narrates Kirk. The Silver Snakes’ girl makes it across, and she runs over to hit her team’s gong. Everyone else crossing falls off the logs. The Purple Parrots’ girl makes it across next, and she scrambles to hit the gong. The third time is the charm for the Red Jaguars’ boy, as he makes it across on his third try at the log bridge, but the Blue Barracudas’ boy isn’t so lucky, falling off about halfway across. “There’s only room for two more teams—who will it be?” Kirk narrates. The Orange Iguanas’ boy and Green Monkeys’ girl both almost fall off just as they are about to reach the other side, but they both regain their footing and rush over to hit their gongs and end the Moat Crossing.

“That’s it! There’s our four teams!” Kirk narrates as he runs over and stands beside the Silver Snakes. “The Silver Snakes are soaking wet…wet, wet to the core, but they made it across, and goin’ on to the Steps of Knowledge are the Silver Snakes…and the Purple Parrots,” Kirk pauses between each team’s name to allow for applause. “And the Orange Iguanas, and the Green Monkeys! The Blue Barracudas and the Red Jaguars were just a little short, but they’re not goin’ home empty-handed. We’ve got a great gift for them, too, and here’s what it is!” They receive a $50 gift certificate from Old Navy.

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The Treasure Room / Legends: Rebirth-The Broken Helmet of Erik the Red
« on: September 06, 2009, 06:25:33 PM »
Episode 15: The Broken Helmet of Erik the Red

The camera winds and twists its way through a thick jungle of strange and exotic plants. After a few wrong turns, it finally stops in front of an ancient Mayan temple. At the base of the temple, a giant stone head sits. Suddenly, the head’s eyes light up and it begins to speak:

Legends of the Hidden Temple: Rebirth!” These words appear on the screen. “With your guide, Kirk Fogg! And here he is now!”

A middle-aged man wearing a denim shirt and blue jeans swings in on a rope. He drops down and runs up the Steps of Knowledge, microphone in hand.

“Thank you! Thank you, everybody! Nice to see everyone again! It’s good to see you again, Olmec! Welcome to Legends of the Hidden Temple: Rebirth. The rooms are filled with lost treasures protected by mysterious Mayan Temple Guards. Only Olmec knows the legends behind each of these newly discovered treasures in his temple…which one are we gonna hear about today, Olmec?”

“The legend of the Broken Helmet of Erik the Red,” Olmec replies.

“Ah, the Broken Helmet of Erik the Red,” Kirk replies. “Well, the legend is set, and one of these teams could have a chance to retrieve the broken helmet—will it be:

“The Red Jaguars?” The camera zooms in on each team as they are introduced.
“The Blue Barracudas?
“The Green Monkeys?
“The Orange Iguanas?
“The Purple Parrots?
“Or the Silver Snakes?

“They’ll have to pass some tough physical and mental tests, but in the end, only one team can enter Olmec’s Temple. But first, they have to cross the Moat, and Olmec will tell us how they’ll have to do that today…”

Olmec begins to explain the Moat Crossing:
“Before you are several petrified logs that have fallen into the Moat. When Kirk gives the signal, one player from each team will begin walking across the logs to the other side. Once you’re safely across, your partner will begin crossing as well. If you fall or touch the logs with your hands, you must go back and start again. Once both players reach the other side, run over and hit the gong.” Kirk hits the Silver Snakes’ gong to demonstrate. “The first four teams to hit their gongs will go on to the next round!”

“All right, log rolling. Let’s get started,” Kirk says. “Hey teams, are you ready?”
All six teams scream and cheer in response.
“Olmec, are you ready?” Kirk asks.
“I was chiseled ready,” Olmec replies.
“Okay,” says Kirk. “On your mark, get set, GO!”

All six teams run onto the row of logs. The Green Monkeys’ boy almost immediately falls off, as do the Silver Snakes’ girl and the Orange Iguanas’ boy. The Blue Barracudas’ boy makes it about halfway across before falling off. The Red Jaguars’ boy and Purple Parrots’ girl make it all the way across, however. “It’s really tough—you gotta keep your balance!” Kirk narrates. The Purple Parrots’ boy falls in the water, as does the Green Monkeys’ boy on his second try at crossing. The Blue Barracudas’ boy, Orange Iguanas’ boy, and Silver Snakes’ girl make it across at the same time as the Red Jaguars’ girl, who rushes over to hit the gong for her team. The Green Monkeys’ boy successfully crosses the Moat on his third try. The Blue Barracudas’ girl rushes across the logs without a hitch, and she hits her team’s gong. “Two teams advancing…two teams will join them!” Kirk narrates. The Green Monkeys’ girl makes it about three-fourths of the way across this time, but eventually loses her balance and hits the drink. The Orange Iguanas’ girl and Purple Parrots’ boy both make it across, and both rush over to hit their gong and end the Moat Crossing.

“That’s it! We’ve got our four teams!” Kirk shouts as he runs over and stands beside the Purple Parrots. “We had people falling off left and right, but the Purple Parrots hung in there, and going on to the Steps of Knowledge are the Purple Parrots…along with the Orange Iguanas,” Kirk briefly pauses between each team’s name to allow for applause. “And the Blue Barracudas, and the Red Jaguars! The Green Monkeys and the Silver Snakes didn’t quite make it, but they’re not goin’ home empty-handed. We’ve got a great gift for ‘em, and here’s what it is!” They receive a $50 gift certificate from Pacsun.

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Episode 14: The Lost Blueprints of Charles Babbage

The camera winds and twists its way through a thick jungle of strange and exotic plants. After a few wrong turns, it finally stops in front of an ancient Mayan temple. At the base of the temple, a giant stone head sits. Suddenly, the head’s eyes light up and it begins to speak:

Legends of the Hidden Temple: Rebirth!” These words appear on the screen. “With your guide, Kirk Fogg! And here he is now!”

A middle-aged man wearing a denim shirt and blue jeans swings in on a rope. He drops down and runs up the Steps of Knowledge, microphone in hand.

“Thank you! Thank you, everybody! Nice to see everyone again! It’s good to see you again, Olmec! Welcome to Legends of the Hidden Temple: Rebirth. The rooms are filled with lost treasures protected by mysterious Mayan Temple Guards. Only Olmec knows the legends behind each of these newly discovered treasures in his Temple…which one are we gonna hear about today, Olmec?”

“The legend of the Lost Blueprints of Charles Babbage,” Olmec replies.

“Oh, the Lost Blueprints of Charles Babbage,” Kirk replies. “Well, the legend is set, and one of these teams will have a chance to retrieve the lost blueprints—will it be:

“The Red Jaguars?” The camera zooms in on each team as they are introduced.
“The Blue Barracudas?
“The Green Monkeys?
“The Orange Iguanas?
“The Purple Parrots?
“Or the Silver Snakes?

“They’ll have to pass some tough physical and mental tests, but in the end, only one team will earn the right to enter the Temple. But first, let’s find out how they’ll have to cross the Moat today. Olmec!”

Olmec begins to explain the Moat Crossing:
“Before you, a long rope hangs into the Moat. When Kirk gives the signal, one player from each team will swim out to the rope, grab it, swim back with it, and swing across. Once you’re safely across, throw the rope to your partner, who will then swing across in the same way. If your feet touch the water while you’re swinging, you must go back and start again. Once both players reach the other side, run over and hit the gong.” Kirk hits the Silver Snakes’ gong to demonstrate. “The first four teams to hit their gongs will go on to the next round!”

“All right, let’s get started,” Kirk says. “Hey teams, are you ready?”
All six teams scream and cheer in response.
“Olmec, are you ready?” Kirk asks.
“Let’s rock,” Olmec replies.
“All right,” Kirk says. “On your mark, get set, GO!!”

All six teams jump into the Moat and grab the rope. The Blue Barracudas’ boy is first back, followed closely by the Purple Parrots’ boy and the Green Monkeys’ girl. The other teams make it back as these three players swing across successfully. They throw their ropes to their partners as the other three teams all swing across successfully. “This is neck-and-neck—I’ve never seen it so close!” Kirk narrates. All the teams’ second players successfully swing across except the Silver Snakes’ girl, whose feet just barely touch the water. All five of the other teams make it across, and the Red Jaguars, Blue Barracudas, Purple Parrots, and Orange Iguanas are the first four to hit their gongs, in that order. The entire Moat takes only fourteen seconds.

“That’s it!” Kirk shouts as he runs over to stand beside the Purple Parrots. “That was fast—blazing fast! The Purple Parrots had no problem getting across, just like that, and going on to the Steps of Knowledge are the Purple Parrots…and also the Orange Iguanas,” Kirk pauses between each team’s name to allow for applause. “And the Blue Barracudas, and the Red Jaguars! The Green Monkeys and Silver Snakes were so close, but they came up just a little bit short. We’ve got a great give—gift for ‘em, and here’s what it is!” They receive a $50 gift certificate from FYE.

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Episode 13: The Original Spelling Book of Noah Webster

The camera winds and twists its way through a thick jungle of strange and exotic plants. After a few wrong turns, it finally stops in front of an ancient Mayan temple. At the base of the temple, a giant stone head sits. Suddenly, the head’s eyes light up and it begins to speak:

Legends of the Hidden Temple: Rebirth!” These words appear on the screen. “With your guide, Kirk Fogg! And here he is now!”

A middle-aged man wearing a denim shirt and blue jeans swings in on a rope. He drops down and runs up the Steps of Knowledge, microphone in hand.

“Thank you! Thank you, everybody! Nice to see everyone again! It’s good to see you again, Olmec! Welcome to Legends of the Hidden Temple: Rebirth. The rooms are filled with lost treasures protected by mysterious Mayan Temple Guards. Only Olmec knows the legends behind each of these newly discovered treasures in his Temple…which one are we gonna hear about today, Olmec?”

“The legend of the Original Spelling Book of Noah Webster,” Olmec replies.

“All right, the Original Spelling Book of Noah Webster,” Kirk repeats. “Well, the legends is set, and one of these six teams will have a chance to retrieve the spelling book—will it be:

“The Red Jaguars?” The camera zooms in on each team as they are introduced.
“The Blue Barracudas?
“The Green Monkeys?
“The Orange Iguanas?
“The Purple Parrots?
“Or the Silver Snakes?

“They’ll have to pass some tough physical and mental tests, but in the long run, 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 them how they’ll have to do that today…”

Olmec begins to explain the Moat Crossing:
“Before you, a long rope hangs into the Moat. When Kirk gives the signal, one player from each team will swim out to the rope, grab it, swim back with it, and swing across. Once you’re safely across, throw the rope to your partner, who will then swing across in the same way. If your feet touch the water while you’re swinging, you must go back and start again. Once both players reach the other side, run over and hit the gong.” Kirk hits the Silver Snakes’ gong to demonstrate. “The first four teams to hit their gongs will go on to the next round!”

“Okay, let’s go,” Kirk says. “Hey teams, are you ready?”
The teams all scream and cheer in response.
“Olmec, are you ready?” Kirk asks.
“Let’s rock and roll,” Olmec replies.
“Okay,” Kirk says. “Teams ready, get set, GO!”

All six teams jump into the Moat and grab the rope. The Orange Iguanas’ boy is first back, followed by the Purple Parrots’ boy and the Green Monkeys’ girl. These three teams swing across, but the Green Monkeys’ girl touches the water, prompting the spotters to send her back. The remaining three teams make it out of the water, and all three swing across successfully and throw the rope to their partners. Meanwhile, the girls from the Purple Parrots and Orange Iguanas catch their rope and begin to swing across. “Nobody’s gonged in yet—oh, there’s one—there’s two!” Kirk narrates as the Orange Iguanas and the Purple Parrots ring their gongs at about the same time. The Red Jaguars’ girl successfully swings across along with the Silver Snakes’ girl, and both rush over to hit their gongs and end the Moat Crossing.

“That’s it! We’ve got our four teams!” Kirk shouts as he runs over and stands beside the Silver Snakes. “Silver Snakes had no problems whatsoever, and going on to the Steps of Knowledge are the Silver Snakes…along with the tenacious Purple Parrots,” Kirk briefly pauses between each team’s name to allow for applause. “And the Orange Iguanas, and the Red Jaguars! The Blue Barracudas and the Green Monkeys didn’t quite make it, but we’ve got a great gift for ‘em anyway, and here’s what it is!” They receive a $50 gift certificate from Gamestop.

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The Jesters' Court / Hurt and Heal: Legends Male Contestant Style
« on: August 25, 2009, 06:53:53 PM »
Zac Turney: +1
Thomas (Bifocal Monocle): -1

Season: 1
Jon (Galileo's Cannonball) 10
Josh Shullener (Wild Bill Hickok and the Dead Man's Hand) 10
Joe (Elizabeth the First's Golden Ship) 10
Billy (John Henry's Lost Hammer) 10
Jon (The Golden Cricket Cage of Khan) 9
Damian (John Sutter and the Map to the Lost Gold Mine) 10
Taylor (The Helmet of Genghis Khan) 10
Steve (The Keys to the Alhambra) 10
Robbie (The Pendant of Kamehameha) 10
Shawn (The Trojan Horseshoe) 10
Nick (Henry the Eighth's Great Seal) 10
Robert (The Lost Log Books of Magellan) 10
Mitchell (The Moccasins of Geronimo) 10
James (Ponce de Leon and the Lost Fountain of Youth) 10
Sean (The Golden Cup of Belshazzar) 10
Shane (The Oracle Bowl of Delphi) 10
Roberto (The Paintbrush of Leonardo Da Vinci) 10
Aaron (The Treasure Map of Jean Lafitte) 10
Justin (The Golden Chains of Zenobia) 10
Eddie (The Helmet of Joan of Arc) 10
Evan (The Stolen Arm of Shiva) 10
Christopher Santos (The Stone Marker of Leif Er?kson) 10
Chris (The Golden Jaguar of Atahualpa) 10
Tim (Alexander and the Gordian Knot) 10
Bobby (The Mask of Shaka Zulu) 10
Danny (The Medal of Sir Edmund Hillary) 10
Damon (The Silver Saddle Horn of Hannibal) 10
David (King Tut's Cobra Staff) 10
Chris (Pecos Bill's Lost Lariat) 10
Jeremy (Robin Hood and Marian's Ladder) 10
Albert (The Dragon Lady and the Blue Pearl) 10
Gareth (The Codebook of Mata Hari) 10
David (Lawrence of Arabia's Headdress) 10
Adam (The Collar of Davy Crockett) 10
Robert (The Snake Bracelet of Cleopatra) 10
Ron (The Treasure of Anne Bonny) 10

Season 2:
C.J. (The Golden Stallion of Ali Baba) 10
Jonathan (The Silver Cannonball of Granny Nanny) 10
Robert (The Applewood Amulet of Emiliano Zapata) 10
Brandon (The Bone Necklace of the Blackfeet Chief) 10
Josh (The Cracked Crown of the Spanish King) 10
Brett (The Diary of Dr. Livingstone) 10
Peter (The Electrified Key of Benjamin Franklin) 10
Joshua (The Imperial Purple Robe of Empress Theodora) 10
Derrick Kujak (The Lost Love Letter of Captain John Smith) 10
Ty (The Lucky Medallion of Atocha) 10
Chris (The Mush Pot Hat of Johnny Appleseed) 10
Tony (The Stone Head of the Evil King) 10
Chris (The Walking Stick of Harriet Tubman) 10
Benjamin (The Crown of Queen Nzinga) 10
Joel (The Enormous Iron Nose Ring of Babe the Ox) 10
Brad (The Ivory Elephant of Scheherazade) 10
Kevin (The Jeweled Necklace of Montezuma) 10
Claude (The Lost Lion Tail of Little John) 9
Justin (The Mask of the Man in the Iron Mask) 10
Michael (The Missing Eye of David) 10
Justin (The Plumed Headdress of Cosarara) 10
Brian (The Sacred Ring of Sultan Sulayman) 10
Bobby (The Shriveled Hand of Afua) 10
Brian (The Two-Cornered Hat of Napol?on) 10
Shane (The Very Tall Turban of Ahmed Baba) 10
Nick (The Leopard-Skin Cloak of Annie Oakley) 10
Steven (The Silk Sash of Mulan) 10
Tony (The Snakeskin Boots of Billy the Kid) 10
Matt (The Bonnet of Dolley Madison) 10
Jason (The Broken Wing of Icarus) 10
Shem (The Golden Earring of Henry Morgan) 10
Chris (The Golden Pepperoni of Catharine de' Medici) 10
Jason (The Levitating Dog Leash of Nostradamus) 10
Nick (The Missing Weather Maps of Charles Lindbergh) 10
Jim (The Priceless Portrait of the Polynesian Girl) 10
James (The Secret Battle Plan of Nathan Hale) 10

Season 3:
Brian (The Bent Shaving Pan of Jedediah Smith) 10
Thomas (The Bifocal Monocle of One-Eyed Jack) 9
Matthew (The Bullet-Riddled Handbag of Belle Boyd) 10
Jonathan (The Comet-Embroidered Battle Flag of William the Conqueror) 10
Travis (The Discarded Seal of Ivan the Terrible) 10
Brett (The Dried Apple Half of William Tell) 10
Eddie (The Dried Ear of Corn of Sojourner Truth) 10
David (The Enormous Feather of the Mi Lingh) 10
Jeremy (The Golden Spider Web of Robert the Bruce) 10
Jay (The Good-Luck Watch of Empress Eugenie) 10
Kris (The Jewel-Encrusted Egg of Catherine the Great) 10
Asher (The Jeweled Scabbard of Sforza) 10
Judge (The Lily-Crested Crown of Clovis the First) 10
Mike (The Lion-Slashed Jacket of Sacagawea) 10
Jarrid (The Lost Hornpipe of the Pirate Captain) 11
Dean (The Lost Taj Mahal Turban of Aurangzeb) 10
Damien (The Lost Whale Bone of Pytheas) 10
Pat (The Marble Armrest of Xerxes) 10
Nick (The Melted Head of Madame Tussaud) 10
T.J. (The Metal Beard of the Egyptian Queen) 10
Keith (The Missing Portrait of Hans Holbein) 10
Josh (The Mummified Hand of the Egyptian King) 10
Gator (The Mussel Shell Armor of Apanuupak) 10
Larry (The Mysterious Manuscript of Mary Shelley) 10
Jared (The Mystical Spellbook of the Imperial Wizard) 10
Ryan (The Pearl Necklace of Gwalior) 10
Quentin (The Red Sash of Tokugawa Ieyasu) 10
Nate (The Royal Torque of Queen Boadicea) 10
Kevin (The Ruby Earring of bin-Zibab) 10
Zac Turney (The Secret Map of the Bandit Queen) 12
Jason (The Smashed Printing Plate of Frederick Douglass) 10
Casey (The Snow Cone of Mount Kilimanjaro) 10
Mike (The Thornwood Gavel of Judge Roy Bean) 10
Derek (The Upside-Down Compass of Henry Hudson) 10
Jared (The Useless Map of the Chibcha Chieftain) 10
Jeremy (The War Fan of the 47 Ronin) 10

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