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The Heart Room / Re: Legends is coming back!
« on: November 09, 2021, 12:04:39 AM »
That's awesome that Nick and Josh returned to the show and even made it to the temple. I have this episode taped and will watch it tomorrow. Out of all the Nicks on the show (Great Seal, Melted Head, Annie Oakley, and Missing Weather Maps), I expected Great Seal nick to be the last one. From the tone of his interview, it sounded like he didn't have a good time. Or maybe he was just being a little dramatic.    :afro:

The Heart Room / Re: What Really Saddens Me
« on: November 08, 2021, 11:59:18 PM »
I don't think Kristen's weight had anything to do with her performance. She just wasn't really an athletic person. The talent pool in Season 1 was pretty bad too and the producers pretty much allowed any contestant that signed up for the show to compete. That's why you see moat rejects from earlier episodes appear again on the last episode of each production day in Season 1. Kristen and Jim were even moat rejects from the Geronimo episode. I feel that most of the comments about Kristen's weight are supposed to be tongue-in-cheek comments and not taken seriously. Monica from Bifocal Monocle was skinny, but she struggled immensely in climbing the wall in the Pit of the Pendulum. Also, Garrett from Mata Hari is another contestant that received comments about his weight as welll. But he did a pretty good job in the temple except the Holes of Python (which caused a lot of contestants trouble).

The Heart Room / Re: What Really Saddens Me
« on: November 03, 2021, 10:15:39 PM »
TRJ, I'm sure you know which six temple runs I was referencing with those blunders.

Not knowing how to hit an actuator: John Henry's Lost Hammer
Going in circles: Golden Cricket Cage of Khan
Retreating towards the exit from where the frontrunner left off: Keys to the Alhambra
Passing up the artifact: Golden Pepperoni of Catherine de' Medici
Making the monster monkey: Mysterious Manuscript of Mary Shelley
Dropping the artifact on the way out: Broken Trident of Poseidon

Also, do you think it would have been fair if the prizes had only gone to David? From what I've read here on this forum, the Enormous Feather run would have been if Purple Parrots broke the tie or if David had a smarter and faster female teammate. Is Karisa not only guilty for her episode's temple run not being a win but also for her team's poor pre-Temple Run performance score?

Even though I'm not fan of the Enormous Feather run, both Karisa and David deserve to get the same amount of prizes. After all, it was a team effort that allowed them to make it to the temple. Karisa did suck in the temple, but she did fine pre-temple rounds. She even won her individual temple game. The Purple Parrots might've done better with Karisa and David since the layout was pretty favorable. But we don't really know how competent either player were.

Also, is it safe to say that the following episodes would have had the temple team's Temple Game opponents do better in the Temple Run?

John Henry's Lost Hammer (Orange Iguanas)
The Keys to the Alhambra (Silver Snakes)
The Treasure Map of Jean Lafitte (Red Jaguars)
The Lost Lion Tail of Little John (Silver Snakes)

I agree that the losing temple teams should've gone to the temple in those episodes except for Lost Hammer. As bad as Kim was in the temple, they were a pretty strong team pre-temple rounds including winning 2 Pendants. And Billy did pretty good with his short time in the temple. Although to this day I never understood why Kim was so confused by an actuator. Even John and Tia knew how to press one.  :afro:

The Heart Room / Re: Legends is coming back!
« on: November 03, 2021, 10:09:26 PM »
Who cares about that shit?

Kirk's coming back.

Let's not ignore this detail, too  :shock: :

Fogg’s appearance on Sunday will also mark another reunion, as this week’s episode will feature contestants who first appeared on the original ’90s Nickelodeon version of the show.

Obviously no idea who, but it'll certainly be neat seeing some OG contestants again (and hopefully they limited it to only those who made it to the temple).

Wow, that's awesome! I really haven't had a chance yet to watch the 2021 version yet, but I will definitely watch the Sunday episode to see who the former contestant will be along with Kirk Fogg's return. I know there was a winning team from the David Ruprecht era of Supermarket Sweep that returned to compete on the Leslie Jones version of Supermarket Sweep last year.

The Heart Room / Re: What Really Saddens Me
« on: October 24, 2021, 08:49:41 PM »
Travis and Elisa are easily the best losing team on the show and quite possibly the best team ever. They literally did everything right in the temple and came up one room short due to a brtual layout. They would've easily won the other King's Storeroom runs (Bent Shaving Pan and Enormous Feather). It does indeed suck that that Karisa got more prizes then they did, but in defense of her team, David was a pretty good contestant and he did deserve that prize at last. The Enormous Feather run would've been a win if David didn't get captured in the Dark Forest.

As much as I hate the Enormous Feathe run, I wouldn't give it a 1/10 even if Karisa didn't make it to the Dark Forest. A 1/10 temple run belongs to horrendously bad runs like Golden Cricket Cage, Blackbeard, Bifocal Monocle, and Snow Cone where the teams in those runs made some glaring mistakes and both players were bad. At least David was pretty decent in this run and saves it from being Bifocal Monocle level bad.  :afro:

The Heart Room / Re: Season 2
« on: October 10, 2021, 11:55:21 PM »
I think Season 2 is probably liked the most due to being the most balanced season. No particular team really dominated this season (unlike Red Jaguars/Silver Snaks in Season 1 and Green Monkeys in Season 3) and the temple rooms were changed up a reasonable amount of times. Most of the likable rooms and temple games were also introduced during this season and were later brought back to Season 3. I don't have any issues with this season except for the stuff you mentioned. I wasn't a fan of the dubbed over temple runs. Especially when all the great runs had this terrible dubbing (Nose Ring, Priceless Portrait, Billy the Kid, and Lucky Pillow).

Season 1 had too many bad teams and temple runs. The temple layouts were either piss easy or extremely difficult. The temple was also changed too many times and more than half of the rooms were lame. The talent pool in this season was pretty bad, but it's too be expected since the entire season was taped before being aired. Kirk Fogg was also pretty boring this season as well, mostly because he was narrating too many of the rounds. One of the best decisions of Season 2 was give Olmec more narrating responsibilities. There were a handful of great episodes in Season 1, but overall this was the weakest season.

Season 3 was great and improved on Season 2 in some ways. I wasn't really a fan of how the temple remained static for all 40 episodes. They could've switched some of the temple rooms up like the Tomb of the Headless Kings and Pit of the Pendulum. There were too many hard layouts and too much Green Monkeys domination. The talent pool this season was amazing though.

The Jesters' Court / Re: The Main Spam Topic 2.0
« on: May 22, 2021, 10:13:31 PM »
I might've tried out for a Legends reboot 5 years ago when I was 25, but now that I'm 30 pushing 31 I have less motivation to be on a show that requires physical  competition. Not that I'm out of shape or anything, I just don't have any motivation lol. Plus, with COVID going on and the try-outs on the other side of the country I have no motivation to travel either. And like PP319, I would want to know more about this show before actually signing up. If it was similar to the old format, I would consider trying out.

I really hope no one thinks the criticism towards temple runners equates to their real life IQ. Most of the criticism I've seen is towards the contestants' temple performance rather than them personally. Admittedly, some of the comments towards contestants over the years have been harsh. Especially towards John and Tia. In fact, I found an article a couple years ago written by Sabrina for her company about her experience on the show. She seems to know that her episode is ridiculed a lot by the fanbase. As for temple runners feeling bullied, I doubt most of them care too much about their temple performance. Most of the contestants are in their late 30s/early 40s now. A lot of them found their experience on the show to be awkward (like Nick from Great Seal and Keeli from Stone Marker) and probably laugh about it. Also, some of the comments towards their temple performance is more tongue-in-cheek and shouldn't be taken seriously.

The Dark Forest / Re: The NFL Football topic
« on: April 28, 2021, 12:26:47 AM »
Even though the Ravens lost to the Bills in the divisional round, I wasn't mad at the result. The Bills dominated that game despite the weather conditions. They held the Ravens to a field goal (even though Tucker missed two chip shot FGs lol). Too bad they couldn't overcome the Chiefs in the AFCCG. Bills fans should be proud though about how far their team has come. They should definitely be division favorites the next few years.

I was surprised the Browns beat the Steelers given their situation. But they went out there and embarrassed the Steelers. Honestly, if it wasn't for that postponed Ravens game in the regular season and the loss to the Jets, they would've won the division. They should've beat the Chiefs though but it looks like KC is the new Patriots with everything going their own way.

Even though I'm not a big fan of Tom Brady, I'm glad the Bucs won the Super Bowl. It's not uncommon for teams to try and build a super team by signing all these top name guys. Often times these teams lose in the playoffs, but it worked out for the Bucs. I have no hard feelings towards that franchise, especially since they were completely irrelevant before their first SB win in 2002. They should be SB favorites again next year since Seattle lost Russel Wilson and Drew Brees is retiring from the Saints. The NFC is going to be pretty mediocre next year.

The Heart Room / Re: Legends contestants on other Nick game shows
« on: April 27, 2021, 07:28:20 PM »
Good find! I definitely agree that Shea from Get the Picture is the same one from the Great Seal episode. It looks like we've been spelling her name wrong all these years. :P Speaking of the spelling of her name, the iTunes store description for the Great Seal episode also spells her name as "Shea". So I definitely think they are one and the same.

The Dark Forest / Re: The NFL Football topic
« on: January 04, 2021, 10:55:37 PM »
LOL, part of me wants to think that the NFC East is so bad that is normal Eagles football. But yeah, that was the most obvious tank job next to the 2011 Colts. Although I think Washington was the "best" team in that division anyways. Ron Rivera did a great job this season with that mess of an organization. They are definitely better than a 7-9 team, but the loss of Alex Smith hurt them. It doesn't matter which team won that division anyways since they will get blown out by the Bucs in the first round.  :afro:

Speaking of Ron Rivera, he definitely deserves a mention for Coach of the Year for taking Washington to the playoffs considering the mess of that organization. As I mentioned above, they are a lot better than their 7-9 record indicates. Flores of the Dolphins deserves a mention as well for almost getting the Dolphins to playoffs. But the award definitely should go to Kevin Stefanski of the Cleveland Browns. He took a team that was 0-16 three years ago to an 11-5 record. Honestly, the Browns should've won both the Ravens and Jets game and finished 13-3. They might've been the #2 seed if they didn't lose either of those games. I hope they remain competitive in the coming years because the AFC North will be a lot of fun with the Steelers, Ravens, and Browns in competition. Even the Bengals could join the mix if Burrow continues to improve. ;)

The Dark Forest / Re: The NFL Football topic
« on: January 03, 2021, 09:27:19 PM »
Glad to see the Browns make the playoffs as well! It would suck for them to miss it again with a 10-6 record like in 2007. It sucks that their team has suffered a COVID outbreak, but they should be healthy by next week. Playing the Steelers again will be tricky but this is an old school rivalry. The Steelers have a great record against their divisional rivals in the playoffs though. The Browns will need to play 110% at a chance of winning.

The AFC playoffs will be very interesting. All 7 teams are very talented and honestly any of them could go to the Super Bowl. I think the Bills and Chiefs are slightly above the rest, but anything can happen during the playoffs. It sucks Miami missed the playoffs with a 10-6 record, but they were definitely the weakest of the bunch. Especially since they only beat one winning team all season. They are definitely a team to look out for next year though.

The NFC, on the other hand, feels very weak. The NFC East division leader will literally be 7-9 or 6-10, 8-8 Bears will probably go one and done, and the Rams QB might not play in the playoff game next week. The Seahawks have also been pretty sucky as of late and Brees is not 100% healthy since his injury back in November. The Packers seem like the real favorites from this conference. Although I am interested in seeing how Brady and the Bucs perform. I think they can make it far into the playoffs, but beating the Packers a second time will not be easy.

The Dark Forest / Re: Expectations for life after the pandemic ends
« on: December 27, 2020, 10:42:27 PM »
I'm definitely looking forward to return to normalcy, but I have a feeling it will be a weird transition. After almost a year of wearing a mask in public, it will feel awkward walking around other people without masks on. The first thing I want do as soon as the pandemic is over and cases are down is visit my family members out of state. I also looking forward to returning to the gym, eating out again, and going to baseball and football games.

The Dark Forest / Re: The NFL Football topic
« on: December 27, 2020, 10:37:13 PM »
Yeah, I definitely feel bad for the Browns and would love to see them make the playoffs. They've been through a lot ever since they lost their team. The last time the Browns went 10-6, they missed the playoffs also (2007 season). It's amazing that an 11-5 team might miss the playoffs this year when most years getting 10 wins will earn you a playoff spot. Fortunately for the Browns, the Titans are losing to Packers right now and they have the tiebreaker over them as well. And the Titans have to play the Texans next week, who are definitely more competent than the Jaguars and Bengals.

And yes, I would love to see the NFC East winner at 6-10.  :lol: This past decade alone, we've seen 3 teams with losing records make the playoffs - Seahawks 7-9 (2010), Panthers 7-8-1 (2014), and the potential NFC East winner. The Seahawks and Panthers both won their playoff game. Could the NFC East do the same? :afro:

The Dark Forest / Re: The NFL Football topic
« on: December 27, 2020, 04:26:29 PM »
LOL both the Falcons and Chargers are the king of choking. I was actually surprised how much close the Falcons game was though since they are a big mess. Then again, I hate playing bad teams this late in the season since they have nothing to play for and have the potential to upset.

Typical Browns lose to the Jets when it matters. Fortunately for them, the Colts loss and are still very much alive in the playoff chase. On the downside, they have to play Pittsburgh next week. So they might end up missing the playoffs altogether with a 10-6 record. Can't help but to feel bad for them though since their fans deserve better. But Steelers can still win the #2 seed if Buffalo loses, so they probably won't be resting their starters.

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