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The Dark Forest / What is your first name?
« on: July 05, 2007, 07:20:45 PM »

The Temple Games / Legends Alphabet!
« on: June 02, 2007, 06:25:35 AM »
"'ve seen one trident, you've seen them all." --Amphitrite, The Broken Trident of Poseidon.

The Dark Forest / Summer Vacation Plans
« on: June 02, 2007, 06:20:35 AM »
Anyone doing anything exciting for summer? I'm graduating from high school tomorrow night, so I'm going to spend the summer preparing for college. I also plan to stick around here and maybe hang out with some friends. Oh yeah, I've also got a job I'll be working at all summer. And I might go visit my cousin in New Jersey for the Fourth of July.

The Jesters' Court / Your Life Through Music
« on: June 01, 2007, 05:42:24 PM »
Well, I was kind of hit or miss (mostly miss) on this one. Take a look for yourselves:

Opening Credits: "Waiting for a Girl Like You," Foreigner

Waking Up: "Never Be the Same," Christopher Cross

First Day at School:
"Tragedy," The Bee Gees (Ironic, since my academic career has actually treated me very well)

Falling in Love: "We Didn't Start the Fire," Billy Joel (Oookay)

Fight Song: "Ghostbusters," Ray Parker, Jr.

Breaking Up: "Shout," Tears for Fears (Finally, one that makes sense!)

Prom: "Sacrifice," Elton John (Somewhat makes sense, considering the song's about being faithful in an a relationship)

Life: "Peggy Sue," Buddy Holly (Talk about not making sense)

Mental Breakdown: "Every Turn of the World," Christopher Cross (Irony again, as it's a song about hope)

Driving: "September," Earth Wind & Fire

Flashback: "Can't Fight this Feeling," REO Speedwagon

Getting Back Together: "Against All Odds," Phil Collins

Wedding: "Hot Child in the City," Nick Gilder (Don't ask)

Birth of Child: "Circle of Life," Elton John (I kid you not, that's the real song that showed up)

Final Battle: "The Next Time I Fall," Peter Cetera & Amy Grant

Death Scene: "Too Much Heaven," The Bee Gees

Funeral Song: "Self Control," Laura Branigan

And finally,

End Credits: "Lovin, Touchin, Squeezin'," Journey (Again, I have no idea why this ended up here)

The Heart Room / The Worst EPISODE Ever
« on: May 22, 2007, 01:19:25 PM »
Quote from: ""The Purple Parrot""
I don't necessarily see how "Bow and Arrow skills" was such a bad answer... The correct answer was "Archery skills." Last time I checked Archery skills = bow and arrow skills.

You know, it's interesting you should say that, because I've been thinking about that answer. I sometimes wonder if that episode had taken place during season three (when they were so lenient with the rules) would they have accepted that answer? Something tells me they would have.

The Heart Room / Daily Episode Log - Nickelodeon
« on: May 16, 2007, 06:34:32 PM »
I always feel terrible for Janeen whenever I see this episode. First of all, the poor girl got terrified of the skeleton's in the Crypt (something weird with the microphones was happening, I'm guessing. When Jay is in the Shrine you can hear the sound of the pieces of the monkey hitting each other loud and clear) and then she has Jay yelling at her the whole time.

I think I probably wouldn't be able to concentrate either if I were in her shoes.

The Temple Games / Legends Word Game!
« on: May 14, 2007, 06:19:35 PM »
"...hug an Idol"

The Temple Games / Legends Alphabet!
« on: May 14, 2007, 06:18:33 PM »
Upside-Down Compass of Henry Hudson

The Jesters' Court / What's your favorite school subject?
« on: May 14, 2007, 06:16:30 PM »
Definitely pop culture. The only thing we do is watch movies, tv, and go on the Internet. There's a little bit of learning, but it's mostly on the history of TV, the 'net, etc. On Wednesday, I'm presenting a report on Transformers.

The Jesters' Court / The Legends TV network
« on: May 14, 2007, 06:13:51 PM »
Have you guys seen the new game show I've Got a Secret Password? Yesterday's episode featured a Temple Guard that could say "Open Sesame."

The Heart Room / The Worst EPISODE Ever
« on: May 11, 2007, 01:47:41 PM »
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
We allready covered that one, actually (see Renegade's post concerning The Electrified Key of Benjamin Franklin.)

Not to mention a couple other bad answers in Robin Hood and Marian's Ladder, among which the boy Blue Barracuda answering with the episode's title and the girl on the Red Jaguars actually saying nothing after ringing in early. (She was asked to name a certain Merry Man, I just forget which.)

I love watching that moment in the Electrified Key episode, mostly because of how the kid's inability to control himself got the best of him in the end.

I also can't stand the entire episode of Robin Hood & Marian's Silk Ladder. The Temple Run itself was very boring, and that kid in the Steps gave some of the worst answers of all time. Granted, he got one question correct, but look at the other two he gave. Olmec's first question was what the title of Robin Hood's greatest foe was. The kid buzzed in, saying "Robin Hood and Marian's Silk Ladder." Olmec also asked what skills Robin Hood had, and the kid buzzed in and said "Bow and Arrow Skills."

The best part of that is listening to Olmec's reply to the kid's dumb answer. He says, in a stern voice (which is even stern for Olmec) "No, that is NOT correct."

The Pit / Re: Legends Dreams
« on: May 06, 2007, 06:34:54 AM »
Wow. That's both very interesting and strange at the same time. I'd have to say eating the Taco Bell probably did it for you. I've never had Taco Bell before bed, so I can't really say for certain. Maybe I'll try it sometime.

By the way, I'd say the answer is Heather.

The Heart Room / Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
« on: May 06, 2007, 06:29:19 AM »
As I pointed out in my summary on Nicklegends' site, the Missing Eye of David was a very unique episode. Besides the Paintbrush of Leonardo Da Vinci, it's the only episode with a four-way tie on the second-to-last step. I also found it strange that Kirk was on that elevated platform during the third temple game. Was he ever using that in any other episode?

Also, I love how Kirk comments that the backrunner passed up the half-pendent, then just seconds later when she encounters the guard, he says "That's okay, she's got a pendent, so she can go on."

The Jesters' Court / Bored.
« on: May 06, 2007, 06:14:56 AM »
I was bored in my Web Design class the other day, so I began browsing Wikipedia.

EDIT: I'm finally an Orange Iguana!

The Heart Room / Daily Episode Log - GaS/TurboNick
« on: April 26, 2007, 06:09:08 PM »
Quote from: ""The Ancient Warrior""
Well anyway, I wish it was made a little more clear whether or not Gracelyn could've gone down from the King's Storeroom.  I don't think the door opened thou, but it could've even thou that would've made the minimum path just six rooms long.  IMO i think she would've had to descend the central column.  What do you think?

Was it ever made clear that the Shrine doors didn't open? I was always under the impression they did, and she was just not thinking and headed back. It's hard to say if the door to the room below opened.

By the way, did anybody else notice Kirk's pronunciation problems with Cosarara? The most obvious is after the moat, where he trills the "R" sound for absolutely no reason.

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