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* AchillesHeel: [=MacArthur=] has great physical skills overall, something she contributes to her glutes. However, "A Million Ways to Lose a Million Dollars" shows that if she has to do a physical activity that doesn't involve using one's glues, such as paddling a boat, she'll get exhausted quickly.

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* AchillesHeel: [=MacArthur=] has great physical skills overall, something she contributes to her glutes. However, "A Million Ways to Lose a Million Dollars" shows that if she has to do a physical activity that doesn't involve using one's glues, glutes, such as paddling a boat, she'll get exhausted quickly.


* CharacterizationMarchesOn: The Noah that we knew and love from ''Total Drama'' begins to disappear around the 7th episode when [[spoiler: his crush on Emma is introduced]] to the point where he becomes an unfocused [[LoveMakesYouDumb love-struck idiot]] until Owen snaps him out of it.


To see the tropes associated with the characters introduced in the parent series, visit [[https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Characters/TotalDrama this page]].

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To see the tropes associated with the characters introduced in the parent series, visit [[https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Characters/TotalDrama [[Characters/TotalDrama this page]].


* BlackBestFriend: Sanders to [=MacArthur=]. Unlike most of the other teams, they were already partners well before the race.


-->'''Ryan:''' You're shouldn't insult someone who could drop you onto hot coals!

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-->'''Ryan:''' You're shouldn't insult someone who could that can drop you onto hot coals!

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* HiddenDepths: Kelly attended art school before getting married and having Taylor, so it may be inferred that Kelly actually has great artistic skills.


* WackyParentSeriousChild: Dwayne is goofy and overestimates his own competence. Junior tries constantly to get his dad to listen to reason.

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* WackyParentSeriousChild: Dwayne is goofy goofy, clumsy and overestimates his own competence. Junior tries constantly to get his dad to listen to reason.


* HateSink: Leonard and Tammy's purpose on the race seems to be excessively gimmicky fodder that would only serve to annoy others and would not lead to anyone complaining about their favorite team being eliminated first. They were not really popular with the other racers, often getting spite and annoyance from them and Don was very annoyed with them too for trying to use magic in the race to the point where he called security to get them out.
* JokeCharacter: They believe that their magic is real [[spoiler:which leads to their early elimination]].

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* HateSink: Leonard and Tammy's purpose on the race seems to be excessively gimmicky fodder that would only serve to annoy others and would not lead to anyone complaining about their favorite team being eliminated first. They were not really popular with the other racers, often getting spite and annoyance from them and Don was very annoyed with them too for trying to use magic in the race to the point where he called security to get them out.
* JokeCharacter: They believe that their magic is real [[spoiler:which leads to their early elimination]]. Leonard and Tammy's purpose on the race seems to be excessively gimmicky fodder that would only serve to annoy others and would not lead to anyone complaining about their favorite team being eliminated first. They were not really popular with the other racers, often getting spite and annoyance from them and Don was very annoyed with them too for trying to use magic in the race to the point where he called security to get them out.


* ThrowTheDogABone: [[spoiler: "I Wanna Ridonc and Roll", their only leg win.]]

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* ThrowTheDogABone: [[spoiler: "I Wanna Love Ridonc and Roll", their only leg win.]]


To see the tropes associated with the characters introduced in the parent series, see [[https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Characters/TotalDrama this page]].

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To see the tropes associated with the characters introduced in the parent series, see visit [[https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Characters/TotalDrama this page]].

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To see the tropes associated with the characters introduced in the parent series, see [[https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Characters/TotalDrama this page]].


* TopHeavyGuy: Jacques has a large round upper body and a comparatively slimmer lower body.

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* TopHeavyGuy: Jacques has a large round upper body and a comparatively slimmer lower body. Unlike most examples of this trope, Jacques has rather long legs, especially compared to other males in the franchise.


* BewareTheNiceOnes: Kitty is generally one of the more friendly contestants; however, she does have some competitive streak and had gotten into tussles with Stephanie in "Hawaiian Honeyruin" and [=MacArthur=] in "Dude Buggies".

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* BewareTheNiceOnes: Kitty is generally one of the more friendly contestants; contestants, befriending the Reality Pros, Best Friends, Adversity Twins, and Surfer Dudes; however, she does have some can be overly competitive streak at times, and she had gotten into tussles with Stephanie in "Hawaiian Honeyruin" and [=MacArthur=] in "Dude Buggies".


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* ShesGotLegs: Kitty has long legs, only rivaled by Josee.


'''Ellody:''' I ''never'' wing it! I DON'T KNOW HOW!!!

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'''Ellody:''' I ''never'' wing it! I DON'T KNOW HOW!!!''HOW''!!!
* ThePerfectionist: While Mary shows willingness to wing it when necessary, Ellody is always by the book. Ellody's insistence on perfection ultimately costs the Geniuses the Race.


* BewareTheNiceOnes: Kitty is generally one of the more friendly contestants; however, she does have some competitive streak and had gotten into tussles with Stephanie in "Hawaiian Honeyruin" and [=MacArthur=] in "Dude Buggies".



* VocalDissonance: Played with. Their monotone voices are appropriate given their gothic appearance. [[spoiler:However, it is played straight when they lose their goth makeup in Sweden; they still maintain their monotone voices.]]

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* VocalDissonance: Played with. Their monotone voices are appropriate given their gothic appearance. [[spoiler:However, it is played straight when they lose their goth makeup in Sweden; Finland; they still maintain their monotone voices.]]

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