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Warning! This page contains spoilers.

No one likes a spoiler. So when I was looking at random episode pages on the Other Wiki like this one, I was surprised at how much terrible stuff there was, at least for the viewer who hasn't seen the episode (but wants to). Granted, I think every episode page on the wiki has a spoiler warning at the top so first-time fans aren't overwhelmed with the feeling of missing out. But wouldn't it be cool if there was a page full of episode data that you could go to for easy reference?

That's exactly what this page is for, except it won't be about BFDI, but exclusively about the episodes of Fake TPOT.

What to expect on this page[]

An example page on the Other Wiki: It tells all the important stuff and even includes all the thumbnails used throughout the episode's history. Maybe I should do that with Fake TPOT, eh?

The read-only aspect[1] of the series doesn't allow for things like end credits and giant Google Docs with the names of everyone involved in the process (here's to you, TPOT 1),[2] but I do want people have access to what goes on in and behind the scenes of the episodes without, you know, having to read them. It's like SparkNotes, only trashier.

The episode "summaries" are not really summaries (yet). They work the same way as the infoboxes on the Other Wiki, which welcome readers to the most important facts of an episode, such as who was eliminated, who died, when an episode was released and things like that. If I didn't know that the episode template was literally called just that, i.e. "Template:Episode", it would have been very difficult for me to compile all the important aspects of each episode without checking the entire canon for new headings in each episode's infobox.

  • Episode number and title: Always given. Also found on the navbox and the main page.
  • Team name change(s): Only use if a team's name was changed in this episode.
  • Challenge: Challenge for the episode (indicated by Contest).
    • Challenge winner(s): The team, or later the individual, that won the contest (MVP: Who contributed the most to leading the team to victory). In pre-merge episodes, the teams are listed in order of safety.
    • Challenge loser(s): The team, or later the individual(s), that lost the contest.
  • Contestants
    • Deaths: The contestant(s) who died in this episode.
    • Recoveries: The contestant(s) recovered in this episode.
    • Eliminated: The contestant(s) eliminated in this episode. (Same as "Entered TLC" on the Other Wiki)
      • Elimination finalized: The contestant(s) finally eliminated (if they were eliminated previously but still were able to compete).
      • Sent to Two's hotel: The contestant(s) eliminated (if they were not an official competitor before).
    • Rejoined: The contestant(s) who rejoined in this episode. (Same as "Rejoined TLC" on the Other Wiki)
    • Debuted: The contestant(s) who made their debut in this episode.
    • Sorted into or switched teams: The contestant(s) who were sorted into or switched teams in this episode. Make sure to indicate the team's name in bold.
  • Things
    • Prize: The "cake" used in this episode's Cake at Stake. (Same as "Cake" on the Other Wiki)
  • Dates
    • Release date: The date on which the episode was released. Note that the year has been subtracted by forty-eight.
    • Date and time finished: The date and time an episode ended (specifically when the last part of the episode was released to this wiki). This is important for one of the credits sections. Before January 2022, times are given in Pacific Time, after that in Western European Time (based on the author's location).

Here is an example of an "episode infobox" for the first episode of the real The Power of Two, "You Know Those Buttons Don't Do Anything, Right?"

Challenge Contest Get to the top of the First Hotel
Winners
  1. Are You Okay (MVP: Puffball)
  2. The S!
  3. team8s
  4. Just Not
  5. The Strongest Team on Earth
Losers Death P.A.C.T. Again
Contestants Deaths
  • Bottle
  • Remote
Recoveries
  • Remote
Debuted
  • Winner
  • Price Tag
Sorted into teams
  • Basketball, Bell, Eggy, Foldy, Grassy, Robot Flower, Snowball (The Strongest Team on Earth)
  • Black Hole, Fanny, Lightning, Marker, Pie, Remote, Tree (Death P.A.C.T. Again)
  • Eraser, Fries, Golf Ball, Pen, Puffball, Tennis Ball, TV (Are You Okay)
  • Coiny, Barf Bag, Donut, Gaty, Needle, Pin, Saw (team8s)
  • Bottle, Clock, Cloudy, Ice Cube, Rocky, Winner, Yellow Face (The S!)
  • Bomby, Book, Cake, Naily, Nickel, Pillow, Price Tag (Just Not)
Cake at Stake prize A mangosteen
Dates Filmed[3] December 1972
Release date 10 January 1973
Date and time finished 10 January 2021 (something:something a.m.)

Episode summaries[]

Act I[]

Act I summaries
(2) "Horseback Lightswitch"
Challenge "To bring Bottle back to life" (To the contestants, there was no challenge, as Two jumped too far ahead in time. For this reason, there were no winners or losers in this episode, and no team was put up for elimination.)
Contestants Eliminated
  • Pie
Cake at Stake prize A shared boulder
Dates Filmed January 1973
Release date 21 May 1973
Date and time finished 21 May 2021 (3:45 p.m.)
(3) "Start Spreading the News"
Challenge Contest Avoid spoilers of post-split BFB
Winners All other teams (MVP: Remote[4])
Losers Death P.A.C.T. Again (originally)
The S! (the actual team up for elimination)
Contestants Deaths
  • Remote (off-screen)
Recoveries
  • Remote
Eliminated (Two staged a mock elimination, in which a non-existent contestant was eliminated.)
Debuted, sorted into teams
  • Balloony (Death P.A.C.T. Again, unauthorized)[5]
Cake at Stake prize Invisible cake
Dates Filmed May 1973
Release date 30 September 1973
Date and time finished 28 June 2021 (8:28 p.m.)
(4) "All Boxed In"
Challenge Contest Create the best Nonexisty Cage
Winners
  1. The S! (MVP: Balloony)
  2. Are You Okay
  3. (tied)
    • The Strongest Team on Earth
    • Death P.A.C.T. Again
  4. team8s
Losers Just Not
Contestants Deaths
  • Nickel
Eliminated
  • Ice Cube (only technically; she still competes)
Rejoined
  • Pie (returns to Death P.A.C.T. Again, unauthorized)
Debuted, sorted into teams
  • 9-Ball, Discy, Kitchen Sink, Shopping Cart (The Strongest Team on Earth, unauthorized)
  • Conch Shell, Salt Lamp, VHSy (Death P.A.C.T. Again, unauthorized)
  • Anchor, Income Tax Return Document, PDA, Rubber Spatula (Are You Okay, unauthorized)
  • Camera, Clapboard, Scissors, Snare Drum (team8s, unauthorized)
  • Blender, Boom Mic, Onigiri, Tape (The S!, unauthorized)
  • Avocado, Leek, Shampoo (Just Not, unauthorized)
Switched teams
  • Balloony (from Death P.A.C.T. Again to The S!)
Cake at Stake prize Edible numbers
Dates Filmed October 1973
Release date 9 February 1974
Date and time finished 8 July 2021 (2:49 p.m.)
(5) "So This Is Life" / "Two Rocks the Elderly"
Challenge Contest Get a slip signed for doing community service (planting trees for The Strongest Team on Earth, helping the elderly for all other teams) (This challenge was not authorized by Two, as it was initiated by the contestants. It was still appreciated.)
Winners
  1. team8s (MVP: Gaty)
  2. The S!
  3. Death P.A.C.T. Again
  4. The Strongest Team on Earth
  5. Just Not
Losers Are You Okay
Contestants Deaths ("So This Is Life")
  • Tree
  • Remote
  • Battery (non-participant)
  • Eraser
  • Lightning (off-screen)
  • Fanny (off-screen)
  • Saw (off-screen)
  • Pin (off-screen)
  • 9-Ball (off-screen; non-participant)
  • Pillow
Deaths ("Two Rocks the Elderly")
  • TV
Eliminated ("So This Is Life")
  • Bomby
Elimination finalized ("So This Is Life")
  • Ice Cube
  • Pie
Sent to Two's hotel ("So This Is Life")
  • Balloony (voluntarily)
  • Anchor, Avocado, Blender, Boom Mic, Camera, Clapboard, Conch Shell, Discy, Income Tax Return Document, Kitchen Sink, Leek, Onigiri, PDA, Rubber Spatula, Salt Lamp, Scissors, Shampoo, Shopping Cart, Snare Drum, Tape, VHSy (involuntarily)
  • 9-Ball, Battery (technically)
Cake at Stake prize None (We find out later that it's more of an anti-prize: The eliminated contestant gets their own hotel room, without any roommates.)
Dates Filmed February 1974
Release date "So This Is Life": 21 June 1974
"Two Rocks the Elderly": 26 August 1974
Date and time finished "So This Is Life": 11 July 2021 (11:03 p.m.)[6]
"Two Rocks the Elderly": 12 July 2021 (11:13 a.m.)
(6) "The Seekers Are Inn!"
Challenge Contest Find the contestants who are inside Two's hotel
Winners
  1. team8s (MVP: Saw)
  2. Death P.A.C.T. Again
  3. Are You Okay
  4. Just Not
  5. The Strongest Team on Earth
Losers The S!
Contestants Recoveries
  • Tree
  • Pillow
  • TV
  • Lightning
  • Remote
  • Fanny
  • Nickel
  • Pin
  • Saw
  • Eraser
  • Bottle
  • 9-Ball (off-screen; non-participant)
  • Battery (off-screen; non-participant)
Eliminated
  • Fries
Sent to Two's hotel
  • 9-Ball, Battery (actually)
Cake at Stake prize None (In the original script, the line from Donut was "The sheer joy of competing for another episode" in response to Tennis Ball, who asked what the prize is.)
Dates Filmed September 1974
Release date 31 October 1974
Date and time finished 16 July 2021 (10:10 a.m.)

Act II[]

Act II summaries
(7) "Canned Laughter in the Rain"
Challenge Contest Two steps: Find the source of an unceasing laughter-like noise (later revealed to be an insect called the "laughing bug") and put an end to it in any way
Winner(s)
  1. Death P.A.C.T. Again (MVP: Tree)
  2. Are You Okay
  3. The Strongest Team on Earth
  4. Just Not
Loser(s) The S! (did not complete the task)

team8s (made things worse; thus they are up for elimination)

Contestants Eliminated
  • Rocky
Cake at Stake prize Noise-cancelling headphones
Dates Filmed November 1974
Release date 12 March 1975
Date and time finished 20 July 2021 (11:47 a.m.)
(8) "The Switchgate"
Challenge Contest Make the "essence" of Barf Bag (Using themselves, the contestants had to depict not only her physical aspect, but also take into account her personality.)
Winners
  1. team8s (MVP: Donut)
  2. Just Not
  3. Are You Okay
  4. The S!
  5. The Strongest Team on Earth
Losers Death P.A.C.T. Again
Contestants Deaths
  • Hotel Bell (off-screen; non-participant; implied until death was ascertained in "A Cheese Puff")
  • Hop Bell (off-screen; non-participant; implied until death was ascertained in "A Cheese Puff")
  • Golf Ball
  • Tennis Ball
Eliminated
  • Needle
  • Tennis Ball (eliminated after the contest under bizarre circumstances)
Switched teams
  • Gaty, Saw (from team8s to The S!)
Cake at Stake prize Pieces of sidewalk chalk
Dates Filmed March 1975
Release date 5 July 1975
Date and time finished 23 July 2021 (4:17 p.m.)
(9) "Eraser to Go(ne)"
Challenge Contest A relay race (to build a five-sided rooftop ornament, which would be revealed to be the thing at the top of Two's Second Hotel at the end of the episode)
Winners
  1. Death P.A.C.T. Again (MVPs: Tree, Black Hole, Fanny, Remote)
  2. team8s
  3. Just Not
  4. The S!
  5. The Strongest Team on Earth
Losers Are You Okay
Contestants Deaths
  • Pie (non-participant)
Eliminated
  • Marker
Cake at Stake prize Protractors from Protractor's Protractors
Dates Filmed July 1975
Release date 28 October 1975
Date and time finished 26 July 2021 (9:50 p.m.)
(10) "Little Hotel on the Savannah" / "Press Two to Clear"
Challenge Contest Move everything from the team cabins to the new rooms in the Second Hotel
Winners
  1. Are You Okay (MVP: TV)
  2. Death P.A.C.T. Again
  3. Just Not
  4. The S!
  5. team8s
Losers The Strongest Team on Earth
Contestants Deaths ("Press Two to Clear")
  • Eggy (partially)
  • Foldy
  • Grassy
Recoveries ("Little Hotel on the Savannah")
  • Golf Ball
  • Tennis Ball (non-participant)
  • Pie (non-participant)
Elimination finalized ("Press Two to Clear")
  • Tennis Ball
Cake at Stake prize Hoovers (vacuum cleaners)
Dates Filmed November 1975
Release date "Little Hotel on the Savannah": 20 February 1976
"Press Two to Clear": 17 April 1976
Date and time finished "Little Hotel on the Savannah": 28 July 2021 (5:37 p.m.)[6]
"Press Two to Clear": 29 July 2021 (5:30 p.m.)
(11) "Oratoria Polyglottica"
Challenge Contest Oratory (have one team member memorize a classical passage of speech in a non-English language without reading directly from the source text)
Winners
  1. The S! (MVP: Clock)
  2. Cold Woe Bunch
  3. The Strongest Team on Earth
  4. Death P.A.C.T. Again
  5. Are You Okay
Losers Just Not
Team name change
  • team8s → Cold Woe Bunch
Contestants Deaths
  • Eggy (off-screen, as Eg)
Recoveries
  • Grassy
  • Eggy
  • Foldy (just eliminated)
Eliminated
  • Bell
  • Foldy
Switched teams
  • Yellow Face (from The S! to team8s / Cold Woe Bunch)
Cake at Stake prize Video cameras (called "videos" by Two)
Dates Filmed April 1976
Release date 14 June 1976
Date and time finished 1 August 2021 (9:51 p.m.)
(12) "The Heist Is Right"
Challenge Contest Six-way tug of war
Winners
  1. The Strongest Team on Earth (MVP: Robot Flower)
  2. Cold Woe Bunch
  3. The S!
  4. Just Not
  5. Are You Okay
Losers Death P.A.C.T. Again (will not be immediately penalized)
Contestants Deaths
  • Grassy
  • Bottle
  • Gy (non-participant)
  • Balloony (death revealed in this episode, non-participant)
Eliminated
  • Pillow
Cake at Stake prize Strawberry cake (given to Eraser instead of the team)
Dates Filmed June 1976
Release date 7 October 1976
Date and time finished 6 August 2021 (11:02 a.m.)

Act III[]

Act III summaries
(13) "File in the Cab!"
Challenge Contest Draw something in the endless sand pit (the winner is the team whose work seems to have the most value)
Winners
  1. Just Not (MVPs: the whole team, i.e., Book, Cake, Naily, Nickel, Price Tag)
  2. The Strongest Team on Earth
  3. Death PACT Again
  4. Are You Okay
  5. The S!
Losers Cold Woe Bunch (will not be immediately penalized)
Team name change
  • Death P.A.C.T. Again → Death PACT Again
Contestants Deaths
  • Grassy (died after being recovered)
  • Snowball
Recoveries
  • Bottle
  • Balloony (non-participant)
  • Grassy
Rejoined, sorted into teams
  • Tennis Ball, Needle (The Strongest Team on Earth)
Cake at Stake prize Plastic shovels (for those that correctly guessed the highest-voted previously eliminated contestant), as well as the two highest-voted eliminated contestants (for the team that won the last contest)
Dates Filmed March 1977
Release date 25 May 1977
Date and time finished 10 August 2021 (12:45 a.m.)
(14) "The One Where No One Has Common Sense"
Challenge Contest Be the most accurate at guessing who murdered Snowball on the night of 15 March 1977 (rankings determined by the average "correctness" among the innocent contestants, who had to judge whether selected contestants were guilty or innocent)
Winners
  1. Are You Okay (MVPs: the contestants on the team determined to be completely innocent, i.e., Pen, TV)
  2. Cold Woe Bunch
  3. Death PACT Again
  4. Just Not
  5. The Strongest Team on Earth (automatically relegated to second to last place as all of their members were judged on whether they were guilty or innocent)
Losers The S!
Dates Filmed July 1977
Release date 17 September 1977
Date and time finished 13 August 2021 (11:22 p.m.)
(15) "Can You Tell Me?" / "Oh, I Don't Know"
Challenge Contest Get the answer to the question Two has in mind ("Why did you come here?") or get the most information out of a Fruituit[7] in an unscheduled interview
Winners
  1. Just Not (MVPs: Rose Hipt (non-participant), represented by the whole team, i.e. Book, Cake, Naily, Nickel and Price Tag)
  2. Cold Woe Bunch
  3. Are You Okay
  4. The Strongest Team on Earth
  5. The S!
Losers Death PACT Again
Contestants Deaths ("Can You Tell Me?")
  • Black Hole
Recoveries ("Can You Tell Me?")
  • Grassy
Recoveries ("Oh, I Don't Know")
  • Black Hole
  • Snowball
Eliminated
  • Bottle
Switched teams
  • Cloudy (from The S! to Are You Okay)
Cake at Stake prize High-quality microscopes
Dates Filmed October 1977
Release date "Can You Tell Me?": 10 January 1978
"Oh, I Don't Know": 9 March 1978
Date and time finished "Can You Tell Me?": 17 August 2021 (10:27 a.m.)
"Oh, I Don't Know": 18 August 2021 (1:23 p.m.)
(16) "Stewards of the Scenery"
Challenge Contest Clean the furthest area around the middle point where all your team members have cleaned
Winners
  1. Death PACT Again (MVP: Black Hole)
  2. The S!
  3. The Strongest Team on Earth
  4. Are You Okay
Losers Cold Woe Bunch, Just Not (both teams are up for elimination)
Contestants Eliminated
  • Fanny
Switched teams
  • Lightning (from Death PACT Again to Just Not)
Cake at Stake prize Rainbow microscopes (only one survived the journey from Two to contestant; Remote gave hers to Just Not)
Dates Filmed March 1978
Release date 5 May 1978
Date and time finished 20 August 2021 (3:57 p.m.)
(17) "Block City Rockers"
Challenge Contest Bumper cars
Winners All other teams (No MVP in this episode)
Losers The Strongest Team on Earth
Team name change
  • The Strongest Team on Earth → The Strongestest Team on Earth!
Contestants Deaths
  • Saw
  • TV
  • Robot Flower
Recoveries
  • Robot Flower
  • TV
  • Saw
Eliminated
  • Cake
Elimination finalized
  • Rocky
Switched teams
  • Yellow Face (from Cold Woe Bunch to Death PACT Again)
Cake at Stake prize Reacher-grabbers
Dates Filmed June 1978
Release date 29 August 1978
Date and time finished 23 August 2021 (2:50 p.m.)
(18) "Like Game"
Challenge Contest "Like the Z-list celebrities" (Get as many matches as possible from two special guest players, Firey and Lollipop, in a parody of a popular game show)
Winners
  1. Cold Woe Bunch (MVP: Pin)
  2. Just Not
  3. The Strongestest Team on Earth!
  4. Are You Okay (places 2–4 were not announced in the episode)
  5. The S!
Losers Death PACT Again
Contestants Eliminated
  • Eggy
  • Grassy
Cake at Stake prize Chocolate cake
Dates Filmed October 1978
Release date 22 December 1978
Date and time finished 26 August 2021 (12:03 p.m.)

Act IV[]

Act IV summaries
(19) "Laisser Tomber Les Balles"
Challenge Contest Get to the top of Two's Second Hotel (the official placings were determined by the average placings of the first, second, third etc. groups of three contestants sorted in accordance with the Arabic alphabet; this was announced later in the episode)
Winners Group winners of the contest (average placings):
  1. Snowball, Cloudy and Clock (6.0)
  2. Nickel, Naily and Winner (9.3, tie broken by Nickel)
  3. Price Tag, Black Hole and Puffball (9.3)
  4. Coiny, Lightning and Needle (9.7)
  5. Robot Flower, Remote and Saw (11.0)
  6. Tree, Tennis Ball and TV (19.3, tie broken by Tree)
  7. Golf Ball, Gaty and Donut (19.3)
  8. Book, Pin and Pen (19.7)

Individual winners of the contest (in order of ascent to the hotel roof): Lightning (MVP), Cloudy, Nickel, Puffball, Snowball, Remote, Black Hole, Tree, Winner, Needle, Clock, Robot Flower, Book, Gaty, Saw, Naily, Price Tag, Coiny, Pin, Barf Bag, Donut, Eraser, Golf Ball, Tennis Ball, Basketball, TV

Losers Group losers of the contest (average placing):
  • Eraser, Barf Bag and Basketball (22.3)

Individual loser of the contest (i.e., the last one to make it up to the roof): Pen

Team changes All previous teams are no longer functional.
Contestants Deaths
  • Ice Cube (potential rejoiner)
  • Eggy (potential rejoiner)
Eliminated
  • Yellow Face
Rejoined
  • Fries
Sorted into teams All teams are disbanded in this episode; all contestants compete individually
Cake at Stake prize Gloves
Dates Filmed June 1979
Release date 9 August 1979
Date and time finished 28 August 2021 (11:42 p.m.)
(20) "Teamwork (Take Six)" / "Pumping Iridium"
Challenge Contest Three separate contests (team placings are not stated in the episode)
  • Run around the building that houses Two's new gym (U)
  • Lift the most weight on a bench press machine (Vitas)
  • Mimic the dance moves on TV's screen as accurately as possible (The Alefs)
Winners
  1. Vitas (MVP: Black Hole)
  2. U
Losers The Alefs (will not be immediately penalized)
Team changes Three new teams are created out of the final 27
Contestants Recoveries ("Teamwork (Take Six)")
  • Ice Cube (non-participant)
  • Eggy (non-participant)
Eliminated ("Teamwork (Take Six)")
  • Barf Bag
Eliminated ("Pumping Iridium")
  • TV (eliminated after the contest)
Sorted into teams ("Teamwork (Take Six)")
  • Cloudy, Coiny, Fries, Gaty, Nickel, Pin, Puffball, Saw, TV (The Alefs)
  • Black Hole, Donut, Eraser, Lightning, Pen, Remote, Snowball, Tree, Winner (Vitas)
  • Basketball, Book, Clock, Golf Ball, Naily, Needle, Price Tag, Robot Flower, Tennis Ball (U)
Cake at Stake prize Inflatable muscle arms
Dates Filmed September – December 1979 ("Teamwork (Take Six)" was filmed in September; "Pumping Iridium" from September to December)
Release date "Teamwork (Take Six)": 2 December 1979
"Pumping Iridium": 28 January 1980
Date and time finished "Teamwork (Take Six)": 31 August 2021 (11:16 p.m.)
"Pumping Iridium": 2 September 2021 (10:29 p.m.)
(21) "45 RPM to Your Doom!"
Challenge Contest Stay on a rotating record for as long as possible
Winners
  1. The Alefs (MVP: Puffball)
  2. Vitas
Losers U
Contestants Name changes
  • Rubber Spatula → Aresko[8]
Debuted, sorted into teams
  • Rubber Spatula/Aresko (The Alefs)
Debut initiated
  • Battery (may not compete until the next episode)
Cake at Stake prize Invisible Tomato
Dates Filmed February 1980
Release date 26 March 1980
Date and time finished 8 September 2021 (11:41 a.m.)
(22) "Shadows... in the Light"
Challenge Contest Make a maze for Two using only cardboard boxes
Winners
  1. The Alefs (MVPs: Aresko, Cloudy, Fries, Nickel, Puffball)
Losers U, Vitas (both teams are up for elimination)
Hosts "Deaths"
  • Two (was assumed to have died until it was revealed in the next episode that they are still alive)
Contestants Eliminated
  • Needle
  • Robot Flower
Partially allowed to compete, sorted into teams
  • Battery (U—she may only compete as a "shadow" of Clock)
Cake at Stake prize Not-macroscopes (small glass squares that, when held up to the light of a non-solar astronomical body, can show the satellite view of the area directly above its holder)
Dates Filmed May 1980
Release date 19 July 1980
Date and time finished 10 September 2021 (5:01 p.m.)
(23) "Alphabet Two-p"
Challenge Contest Definitions bee (get as far as you can without defining a given word incorrectly)
Winners
  1. U (MVPs: Book, Price Tag)
Losers Vitas (spared out of Two's sympathy)
The Alefs (up for elimination)
Contestants Eliminated
  • Eraser (eliminated after the contest)
Fully debuted
  • Battery
Cake at Stake prize "A slightly bigger brain" (Golf Ball has enlarged each safe contestant's brain by 0.1%. It has very little effect on their intelligence.)
Dates Filmed September 1980
Release date 11 November 1980
Date and time finished 13 September 2021 (9:26 p.m.)
(24) "It Was a Very Good Year"
Challenge Contest Three separate party-related contests (in which one member from each team must take part)
  • Pin the mouth on the Snowball (Pin, Snowball, Book)
  • Speed addition (Gaty, Battery, Tennis Ball)
  • "Get Bent" (a parody of Twister) (Aresko, Winner, Naily)
Winners
  1. The Alefs (MVP: Pin)
  2. U
Losers Vitas
Contestants Eliminated
  • Cloudy
Switched teams
  • Battery (from U to Vitas)
Cake at Stake prize Googly eyes
Dates Filmed 1969 – 1981 (the first and second parts of the episode, i.e. the archival scenes, were filmed from November 1969 to the spring of 1972, while the third part was filmed from December 1980 to January 1981)
Release date 6 March 1981
Date and time finished 22 September 2021 (1:57 a.m.)

Act V[]

Act IV summaries
(25) "A Cheese Puff" / "Chocolate Solder"
Challenge Contest
Winners
Losers
Contestants Implied deaths and recoveries
  • Needle (possibly; non-participant)
Disappearances from existence ("A Cheese Puff")
  • U.S. Dollar (non-participant)
Recoveries ("A Cheese Puff")
  • Hotel Bell (non-participant)
  • Hop Bell (off-screen; non-participant)
Eliminated ("Chocolate Solder")
Cake at Stake prize Words
Dates Filmed August – October 1981 ("A Cheese Puff" was filmed in August; "Chocolate Solder" in October)
Release date "A Cheese Puff": 22 October 1981
"Chocolate Solder": 19 December 1981
Date and time finished "A Cheese Puff": 24 September 2021 (12:47 a.m.)
"Chocolate Solder":
(26) "The 20-Year Itch"
Challenge Contest
Winner(s)
Loser(s)
Contestants Deaths
Recoveries
Eliminated
Elimination finalized
Rejoined
Debuted
Sorted into/switched teams
Cake at Stake prize
Dates Filmed December 1981 – January 1982
Release date 15 February 1982
Date and time finished
(27) "Younger ≠ Better (Maybe!)"
Challenge Contest
Winner(s)
Loser(s)
Contestants Deaths
Recoveries
Eliminated
Elimination finalized
Rejoined
Debuted
Sorted into/switched teams
Cake at Stake prize
Dates Filmed April 1982
Release date 10 June 1982
Date and time finished
(28) "Security Blanklight"
Challenge Contest
Winner(s)
Loser(s)
Contestants Deaths
Recoveries
Eliminated
Elimination finalized
Rejoined
Debuted
Sorted into/switched teams
Cake at Stake prize
Dates Filmed August 1982
Release date 3 October 1982
Date and time finished
(29) "Twoevangelism"
Challenge Contest
Winner(s)
Loser(s)
Contestants Deaths
Recoveries
Eliminated
Elimination finalized
Rejoined
Debuted
Sorted into/switched teams
Cake at Stake prize
Dates Filmed November 1982
Release date 26 January 1983
Date and time finished
(30) "A Time to Let Go" / "Return of the Showrunner"
Challenge Contest
Winner(s)
Loser(s)
Contestants Deaths
Recoveries
Eliminated
Elimination finalized
Rejoined
Debuted
Sorted into/switched teams
Cake at Stake prize
Dates Filmed March 1983
Release date "A Time to Let Go": 21 May 1983
"Return of the Showrunner": 18 July 1983
Date and time finished "A Time to Let Go":
"Return of the Showrunner":

Act VI[]

Act VI summaries
(31) "TBA"
Challenge Contest
Winner(s)
Loser(s)
Contestants Deaths
Recoveries
Eliminated
Elimination finalized
Rejoined
Debuted
Sorted into/switched teams
Cake at Stake prize
Dates Filmed November 1983
Release date 6 January 1984
Date and time finished
(32) "TBA"
Challenge Contest
Winner(s)
Loser(s)
Contestants Deaths
Recoveries
Eliminated
Elimination finalized
Rejoined
Debuted
Sorted into/switched teams
Cake at Stake prize
Dates Filmed March 1984
Release date 30 April 1984
Date and time finished
(33) "TBA"
Challenge Contest
Winner(s)
Loser(s)
Contestants Deaths
Recoveries
Eliminated
Elimination finalized
Rejoined
Debuted
Sorted into/switched teams
Cake at Stake prize
Dates Filmed June 1984
Release date 23 August 1984
Date and time finished
(34) "TBA"
Challenge Contest
Winner(s)
Loser(s)
Contestants Deaths
Recoveries
Eliminated
Elimination finalized
Rejoined
Debuted
Sorted into/switched teams
Cake at Stake prize
Dates Filmed October 1984
Release date 16 December 1984
Date and time finished
(35) "TBA" / "TBA"
Challenge Contest
Winner(s)
Loser(s)
Contestants Deaths
Recoveries
Eliminated
Elimination finalized
Rejoined
Debuted
Sorted into/switched teams
Cake at Stake prize
Dates Filmed February 1985
Release date "TBA": 11 April 1985
"TBA": 7 June 1985
Date and time finished "TBA": [6]
"TBA":
(36) "TBA"
Challenge Contest
Winner(s)
Loser(s)
Contestants Deaths
Recoveries
Eliminated
Elimination finalized
Rejoined
Debuted
Sorted into/switched teams
Cake at Stake prize
Dates Filmed June 1985
Release date 4 August 1985
Date and time finished

Act VII[]

Act VII summaries
(37) "TBA"
Challenge Contest
Winner(s)
Loser(s)
Contestants Deaths
Recoveries
Eliminated
Elimination finalized
Rejoined
Debuted
Cake at Stake prize
Dates Filmed February 1986
Release date 22 March 1986
Date and time finished
(38) "TBA"
Challenge Contest
Winner(s)
Loser(s)
Contestants Deaths
Recoveries
Eliminated
Elimination finalized
Rejoined
Debuted
Cake at Stake prize
Dates Filmed April – May 1986
Release date 15 July 1986
Date and time finished
(39) "TBA"
Challenge Contest
Winner(s)
Loser(s)
Contestants Deaths
Recoveries
Eliminated
Elimination finalized
Rejoined
Debuted
Cake at Stake prize
Dates Filmed September 1986
Release date 7 November 1986
Date and time finished
(40) "TBA" / "TBA"
Challenge Contest
Winner(s)
Loser(s)
Contestants Deaths
Recoveries
Eliminated
Elimination finalized
Rejoined
Debuted
Cake at Stake prize
Dates Filmed January 1987
Release date "TBA": 2 March 1987
"TBA": 29 April 1987
Date and time finished "TBA": [6]
"TBA":
(41) "TBA"
Challenge Contest
Winner(s)
Loser(s)
Contestants Deaths
Recoveries
Eliminated
Elimination finalized
Rejoined
Debuted
Cake at Stake prize
Dates Filmed May 1987
Release date 25 June 1987
Date and time finished
(42) "TBA"
Challenge Contest
Winner(s)
Loser(s)
Contestants Deaths
Recoveries
Eliminated
Elimination finalized
Rejoined
Debuted
Cake at Stake prize
Dates Filmed August – September 1987
Release date 18 October 1987
Date and time finished

Act VII[]

Act VII summaries
(43) "TBA"
Challenge Contest
Winner(s)
Loser(s)
Contestants Deaths
Recoveries
Eliminated
Elimination finalized
Rejoined
Debuted
Cake at Stake prize
Dates Filmed April 1988
Release date 4 June 1988
Date and time finished
(44) "TBA"
Challenge Contest
Winner(s)
Loser(s)
Contestants Deaths
Recoveries
Eliminated
Elimination finalized
Rejoined
Debuted
Cake at Stake prize
Dates Filmed August 1988
Release date 28 September 1988
Date and time finished
(45) "TBA" / "TBA"
Challenge Contest
Winner(s)
Loser(s)
Contestants Deaths
Recoveries
Eliminated
Elimination finalized
Rejoined
Debuted
Cake at Stake prize
Dates Filmed December 1988
Release date "TBA": 21 January 1989
"TBA": 19 March 1989
Date and time finished "TBA": [6]
"TBA":
(46) "TBA"
Challenge Contest
Winner(s)
Loser(s)
Contestants Deaths
Recoveries
Eliminated
Elimination finalized
Rejoined
Debuted
Cake at Stake prize
Dates Filmed April 1989
Release date 16 May 1989
Date and time finished
(47) "TBA"
Challenge Contest
Winner(s)
Loser(s)
Contestants Deaths
Recoveries
Eliminated
Elimination finalized
Rejoined
Debuted
Cake at Stake prize
Dates Filmed July – August 1989
Release date 8 September 1989
Date and time finished
(48) "TBA"
Contestants Deaths
Recoveries
Eliminated
Elimination finalized
Cake at Stake prize
Dates Filmed September – December 1990
Release date 1 January 1990
Date and time finished

Notes[]

  1. As opposed to the watch-and-read aspect of the real episodes.
  2. Now, if I knew how to animate, that would be another story. But I don't, and that's fine.
  3. The date that the main scenes (outside the EXIT) were filmed. Until a certain point, all EXIT scenes take place in 1972.
  4. There isn't really an MVP for this episode, but Remote is the closest. She is the one who revealed the truth.
  5. Although Balloony was seen with The S! for virtually all of the episode, he declared himself to be a member of Death P.A.C.T. Again to Two (who still didn't take him in as an official contestant).
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 The date and date that the page was split.
  7. A "Fruituit" is a fruit alien from the planet Phala.
  8. "Aresko" is his new calling name, not a legal name. Many contestants continue to call him "Rubber Spatula".

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