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Disc One Final Boss: Alejandro turns out to be this in the third episode... after everything was set up in the first and second episode. Which, let's face it, is him being obsessed over Heather's boyfriend.
Stalker Without A Crush: Desperately wants to find out about Heather's boyfriend, but fails in trying to get that information.
Demoted to Extra: This happened in the case of Anne Maria throughout the show. Which is a shame, as one of the authors originally wanted to show off more of her character.
Ascended Extra: After being a Heroic Mime in his debut season, he can talk, a leader on one of the teams, and in the final ten.
Embarrassing First Name: Beverly. Given more explanation as it turns out his parents wanted a girl and he was stuck with the name ever since.
Break the Cutie: Because of Chris and the Total Drama producers rejecting her, she couldn't get a stable job on TV. The only time she ever was successful was on Celebrity Manhunt, and even then, after she got nearer to the Total Drama cast, she quit just to be close to them, no matter how sadistic she had to play it up... that, and she wanted to be closer to Chris.
Dumb Blonde: Blaineley happened to be this trope when around the ponies. Subverted, she was actually pretending to be this way, but was easily fooled by Celestia and Luna by their offer for her to be "co-host", when really, Celestia and Luna just wanted her out of there. Upset, she left the cast of the show.
Demoted to Extra: Once his redemption arc with his animal issues got resolved, he was just mainly there. The only times episodes focused on him was his date with Heather, and the episode where he got eliminated.
Catch Phrase: "Your feelings on humans. What do you REALLY think of humans?" Usually said whenever he is talking to someone who either supports human rights or someone who doesn't like humans, yet uses some type of human acquirement.
Establishing Character Moment: From the first appearance of Tuerto, he's just walking past a house, where somebody just invites him in as the pony is bragging about how great life is thanks to the human that brought peace, which brings him to complain about the humans and how they manipulated the lives of ponies thinking they were good, and eventually parafries her with his left eye ( his right eye is currently missing.)
Harmless Villain: Ultimately. When you're so pathetic that even CHRIS looks competent, you know you're in trouble.
Hero Antagonist: The original Applejack just wants to keep Solara from the eye and thinks the reality show stars from a different world aren't worthy guardians. Never mind that she's blatantly incompetent and that the Total Drama gang massively outnumbers Applejack's group, which means they might have a slightly better chance of guarding the eye.
What Happened to the Mouse?: When Tuerto sends El Grapadura flying into the air, he eventually falls back on the battlefield. Applejack I, meanwhile, never reappears. Then again, she did get shot up instead of at an angle...
Distinctive Appearances: Despite being dressed identically, it's possible to tell which Weum you're looking at, based on their appendages that are sticking out. For example, the leader of the Weums because of her cat ears and tail, and another Weum being noticeably shorter than the others.
Even Evil Has Standards: The leader of the Weums kicks Brick after saying Santa isn't real next to the littlest Weum.
His Name Really Is Barkeep: One of the Weums actually wants to go by everyone's real names, but the lead Weum insists they should stay the 'Weums'. Reasons are still unknown, but there are subtle hints to their identities.
Honor Before Reason: When the battle of the playground is interrupted, the five Total Drama ponies (Brick, Sam, Sierra, Cody and Sadie) and the Weums find another playground to resume. As the Weums take their places, the Total Drama ponies just leave and make fun of their "too assuming" adversaries.
The Reveal: Even if you didn't catch the subtle hints, and even though a name may have been revealed, the Weums are revealed to be the Mews when they do their Screw This, I'm Outta Here! moment.
You Are Number Six: The Weums, despite one of them wanting to go by their real name, are always referred to as Weum 1 (Cat Ears), Weum 2 (Bird Wings), Weum 3 (Glasses Girl), Weum 4 (Wolf Tail) and Weum 5 (Little One).
Angel Warrior/The Angel of Goodness
Affably Evil: Acts all sweet-natured, even when talking about how he's going to kill everyone.