The Bold and the Booty-ful (Total Drama All-Stars)

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The Bold and the Booty-ful
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Not as bad as Sundae Muddy Sundae, but it definitely does not mean it is good.
Series: Total Drama
Part of Season: 5a (5)
Episode Number: 12
Overall: 103
Air Date: November 26, 2013 (United States)
March 20, 2014 (Canada)
Previous episode: "Sundae Muddy Sundae"
Next episode: "The Final Wreck-ening"


The Bold and the Booty-ful is the 12th episode of Total Drama All-Stars.

Plot

The final four compete in the final immunity challenge. Zoey discovers the evidence left by Alejandro that exposes Mal's true nature. Meanwhile, the malevolent competitor ends up trapping Gwen in a pile of junk before sabotaging Scott's chance of winning against his old foe, Fang. In the end, Gwen is automatically eliminated due to angering the host, Chris McLean, and Scott is eliminated by the winner Zoey's sole vote to try and save her significant other also giving her a final warning for who she's up against, thus allowing two contestants to move on to the finale.

Why It Isn't Bold Nor "Booty-ful"

  1. This episode has a lot of unfunny toilet humor.
    • Right from the start, we are forced to see the Sasquatchanakwa taking a dump on the Flush of Shame. You know, this season's method of eliminating the contestants! Chris reminds him about it, but he just shrugs it off. Worse, he was about to do it in the following episode, but Wawanakwa's sinkdown prevented him from doing so.
    • Later in the episode, Gwen came across a bear finishing his business in the bushes, and decides to use his poop to fix the portrait of Chris she accidentally smeared.
    • Zoey's line: "Eww, egg butt!".
  2. Mike's alters are uncharacteristically harsh to him, especially Manitoba Smith, who is burning Mike's memories under Mal's wishes. All because when Mike defeats Mal, "he will get to be the main alter again, and they won't".
  3. After 12 episodes and warnings from Alejandro and Duncan, Zoey only now figures out that Mal has taken over her boyfriend's body.
  4. The challenge is unfair, as there would be no way for Scott to be able to remove the diamond from Fang's mouth. Gwen has a hard time to find her item amongst the various objects from the now-destroyed-by-Duncan "cottage". Zoey gets her item a bit too easily, and Mal doesn't even bother to do his part.
  5. Gwen's elimination makes no sense. Unlike Mal and Scott, she actually brought back an item intact just like Chris ordered. He disqualifies her from the game all simply because she "ruined his painting" with bear feces.
  6. If the writers hadn't forget Gwen's artistic side from Island, she would've known better then to use bear dung on the painting.
  7. Mal is at his worse here. Instead of actually completing his part of the challenge (which was to bring back the original Gilded Chris Award), he instead decides to sabotage Gwen and Scott. He was only let slide by Chris because he brought an injured contestant (Scott), which wins the sadistic host over.
    • A Gilded Chris is shown in the spa hotel in the previous episode, yet he doesn't even go there to retrieve it.
    • Need we mention he was about to knock Gwen out unconscious, and then he dropped part of the wall onto Gwen? Not only she was forced to face her fear for the second time this season, he was lucky it didn't killed her. It's telling that Chris of all people even found his actions creepy!
  8. Scott is even dumber than usual. He fell for the trap he set up for Fang last season, and believes in everything Mal says.
  9. Gwen ends her time on the show without resolving things with Courtney.
  10. Scott is eliminated by Zoey just so that she and her boyfriend are the final two.
  11. There is no sense of tension, as the double elliminations here are predictable.
  12. Gwen and Scott are further tortured in the exclusive clip, when they fell off the Niagara Falls.

Redeeming Qualities

  1. The animation and voice acting are still decent as usual.
  2. Gwen and Scott are the only tolerable characters in this episode.

Trivia

  1. The episode's title is a reference to the TV show 'The Bold and The Beautiful'.

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