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Total Drama

The Hosts

    Amber 

Amber, the Preppy Hostess

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"Bingo! Now that this is resolved, you can go back to that deathzone and tell her how you feel...On second thought, don't do that. You need to first know if she has any interest in you first, so wait on making the first move and-"
"...Oh dear, it seems I’m getting a little emotional over here...I’m actually going to miss these kids."
Amber

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  • Absurd Phobia: She is terrified of dodgeballs, most likely due to a Noodle Incident she experienced as a kid. She can't even be in the same room as them without freaking out slightly.
  • Academic Alpha Bitch: During her high school days, she got near perfect grades...While being incredibly rude and bitchy as well.
  • Acquired Situational Narcissism: Occasionally, she becomes far more arrogant than how she usually acts, usually while she's hosting the show.
  • Action Girl: While she usually doesn't partake in any kind of violence,
  • Adaptation Personality Change: Original versions typically portrayed her as a standard, celebrity-obsessed diva with a close connection to Logan. Fuzzy Memories portrays her similarly, except she isn't as celebrity obsessive, is a bit more stereotypically rude, has an even closer connection to Logan, suffers from a multitude of psychological issues, and is capable of developing family-like connections with others, most of which being quite a difference from her counterparts.
  • A Day in the Limelight: "Dodgebrawl", which gave her a tiny bit more focus in terms of Character Development.
  • Adults Are Useless: Rarely if ever intervenes during challenges, no matter what problems are brewing from it.
  • Affably Evil: Well, less "evil", and more so just antagonistic. Regardless of that, she's usually pretty polite to others as a whole, and is downright fun to be around due to her personality having so much charm.
  • Age Lift: Went from being around her early 20's to being somewhere in the middling 20's to early 30's range. Though, they've never confirmed an official age.
  • All Girls Want Bad Boys: In her youth, she primarily dated and had one-night stands with the "baddest" boys in school, usually consisting of thugs, drug dealers, outcasts, dropouts, etc. She grew out of it with time.
  • All Love Is Unrequited: Seems like she's completely unaware of Logan's rather obvious feelings towards her, usually comparing him to a close family member more than anything. Eventually Subverted however, as it's revealed in "Dodgebrawl" that she has returned his feelings for a long time.
  • All of the Other Reindeer: When she was younger, she was actually a social outcast, being seen as a whore, a loner, rude, and just overall someone people didn't want to be around. By the end of high school though, she had apparently become one of the more popular kids in school.
  • Alpha Bitch: Even now, Amber is among some of the richest and most popular celebrities in all of Canadian television history, being notably pretty and very rich as well. She's also hiding quite the mean streak that goes against her usually polite personality.
    • Lovable Alpha Bitch: Despite this, she has shown time and again that she is very loyal to her friends and family, prioritizing them above all else and being willing to put the show on hold to make sure they feel better.
  • Ambition Is Evil: She's a very ambitious and determined person, but she's also one of primary antagonists of the series.
  • An Ice Person: Due to her species being an Ice-Type, she has power over the ice element and is capable of producing attacks using it. Throughout the series, she has frozen many people in order to stop them from doing something or for annoying her, and she's surprisingly more than capable of keeping herself safe with it.
  • Attention Whore: She's the primary hostess of Total Drama as a whole, and thus love being in the limelight and being the "star" of the show. Seems to have carried over from her childhood, as she was pretty selfish in this regard even then.
  • Bad Boss: She doesn't treat Tyson with much respect despite her friendship with him, she occasionally forgets to pay them the appropriate amount of money, and she even borderline threatens the Nurse with potential harm if she doesn't help Logan enough. Seems to be fading with time though.
  • Beauty Is Never Tarnished: No matter what happens to her, she always seems to be able to hold onto her tantalizing beauty, even if she obviously shouldn't.
  • Beneath the Mask: Underneath the personality of a popular diva who's obsessed with fashion, hides a serious inferiority complex, one that continues to only get worse due to her own belief that she's a "failure".
  • Berserk Button:
    • Dodgeball! She is absolutely terrified of it after all, so usually, bringing it up or forcing her to go over the rules of it will quickly lead to her growing frustrated and make her downright aggressive.
    • Hurting Logan is also a notable one, as she will be more than willing to hold a grudge afterwards and will even threaten others with violence when it happens.
    • Interrupting her over and over again while she's speaking will do you no favors, instead more likely causing her to freeze you.
  • Best Friend: She's best friends with Logan, who she's known for a good portion of her life and has a deep, personal connection with.
  • Beta Couple: With Logan, who she's in a relationship with while not being a real contestant on the show.
  • Big Bad: On a more "meta" level at least, she is the one in charge of putting challenges together, and thus torturing the contestants in the long run. In all reality, she actually isn't all too bad a person, it really is more so that her job puts her constantly at odds against the cast then anything.
  • The Big Damn Kiss: Amber and Logan exchange a kiss in order to establish the beginning of their relationship.
  • Birds of a Feather: With Logan, as they're both fashion divas who love being in the spotlight.
  • Break the Haughty:
    • During "If You Can't Take the Heat...", she nearly has an emotional breakdown after seeing Logan get a serious injury.
    • It's ultimately even worse in "No Pain, No Game", where she is driven apart from Gareth due to his words towards Logan, leaving the latter in a serious depression, and causing her to not be able to properly speak to the former after having spent the season developing a parental bond with him.
  • Cannot Spit It Out: She struggled ever showing signs of or revealing her crush on Logan.
  • Captain Obvious: Has a habit of stating things right after they just happened.
  • Character Development: Amber began the series as the whiny, kind of rude hostess of Total Drama, acting as the contestant's main torturer and frequent annoyance due to her job forcing her to be this way. By the end of FMTDI, she had developed a relationship with Logan, became a Parental Substitute to Gareth, and had actually grown quite fond of the kids as a whole, even saying she'd miss them after the show.
  • Characterization Marches On: At the beginning of the series, her and Logan were nearly identical in terms of personality. Overtime though, she was more characterized by her more whiny tendencies, an Affably Evil personality, her status as a Parental Substitute for Gareth, and optimistic outlook on life.
  • The Cheerleader: She was the head cheerleader during her high school days.
  • Color-Coded for Your Convenience: A bright, icy blue is often associated with her.
  • Comedic Sociopathy: Due to her job, she'll actively fake gleeful reactions to the torturous challenges on display for the audience.
  • Cute Bruiser: She's surprisingly strong despite her rather adorable and attractive appearance.
  • Dark Chick: Among the staff she's the only girl, and has a rather malicious streak towards the contestants, being one of their main torturers.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Less of one than most of the cast, but if people continuously interrupt her, she will begin to become annoyed and far more sarcastic.
  • Death Glare: Is more than capable of pulling off a rather intimidating and even downright terrifying glare that'll usually shut just about anyone up.
  • Defrosting Ice Queen: At the beginning of the series, she acted rather coldly and uncaring towards the contestants. By the end of FMTDI, she's actually begun to like them and admits to more than likely missing them after the show is over.
  • Depraved Kids' Show Host: By all extent, Total Drama is a series that In-Universe is meant for the whole family to watch, and yet she constantly puts teenagers through a series of dangerous challenges just for watchers.
  • The Ditz: Despite her status as the primary hostess of the series, or possibly because of it, Amber actually isn't all too bright, and will commonly completely overlook key details in challenges or seemingly not notice any kind of suspicious behavior behind the scenes.
  • Drama Queen: She will often overdramatically describe things to make them seem far more important than they actually are(as in, she treats losing her makeup as being one of the great tragedies of history).
  • Dude Magnet: Hilariously Inverted; despite her attractive appearance, absolutely none of the guys in the series sans Logan seem to have any interest in her, or even seem to find her that pretty.
  • Early Installment Weirdness: In the earlier episodes, Amber and Logan were nearly identical in terms of personality.
  • Expy: Obviously based heavily on Chris McLean and Mildred "Blaineley" Stacey Andrews O'Halloran, but she also seems to have been partially inspired by Stacy London.
  • Family of Choice: Amber and Gareth may not be related by blood, but by the end of FMTDI, the two have grown into having a bond similar to that of a mother and her son, with the former becoming the supportive and caring mother the latter never got to truly have.
  • The Fashionista: Absolutely loves fashion, and will frequently go about getting the latest and best in terms of clothing.
  • Fatal Flaw: The fact she fails to notice or completely overlooks several important things in every challenge.
  • Girly Bruiser: To say she's very girly would be understating it, but that doesn't change the fact that she's easily one of the more dangerous members on staff due to her surprisingly strong ice attacks.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: Seems to hold a grudge against an unnamed duo who are hosting a celebrity-based show, which was born out of envy due to them essentially taking the job she wanted.
  • Growing Up Sucks: She hates the fact that she's actively aging, and that she can't do a thing about it.
    • Seems to have gotten over it after the Time Skip, even allowing some of her imperfections to show, such as wrinkles.
  • The Hedonist: Is almost entirely focused on trying to live life to the fullest and enjoy it in any way she can, pursuing her own enjoyment over anything else.
  • He Is Not My Boyfriend: States multiple times throughout the first half of FMTDI that her and Logan aren't dating.
  • Hidden Depths: She actually has a surprising amount of fighting skills despite her personality, being capable of freezing and thus completely stopping Tempest in her tracks with just one ice beam. One can't help but wonder just how strong she is to be capable of doing that.
  • Hidden Heart of Gold: A lot of her more antagonistic moments actually come from the fact she's getting paid to torture the contestants, and is actually far nicer when not working.
  • Icy Blue Eyes: Her eyes are a beautiful blue color, with a similar color to her ice-like powers.
  • It's All About Me: Due to her status as the primary hostess of the series, it's to be expected that she loves making everything about her and having some kind of relation to her.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: One of the primary antagonists of the series as a whole and someone prone to making things more about her than anyone else, but depending on who you are, Amber is more than capable of displaying genuine loyalty and kindness, valuing her closest friendships as the most important thing in her life.
  • Just Friends: Constantly claims that her and Logan are just this. That is, until they get together.
  • Karma Houdini: Despite being the contestant's primary torturer throughout all of FMTDI, she never gets any consequences.
  • Kick the Dog: Her showing no concern about Tempest's well-being during a major storm, despite the fact that a single drop of rain is roughly just under the size of her entire body.
  • Large Ham: She plays up everything she does to overdramatic levels of ham, usually while the cameras are rolling.
  • Lawful Neutral: She may be the main torturer for the cast, but that doesn't change the fact she has shown kindness time and time again towards those she truly cares about, proving she isn't all bad, and while she can be lenient on things, she usually strictly enforces the rules of challenges on the contestants.
  • Mama Bear: Has become very protective of Gareth, to a point of where she's more than willing to do whatever is needed to keep him safe and make sure he stays happy and innocent.
  • Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy: Downplayed, as while Amber is the more masculine one between herself and Logan, they are both more feminine than anything.
  • Morality Pet: Gareth, who she has become something similar to a Parental Substitute for, and thus seems to try her hardest to seem like a far better person than usual around him.
  • Ms. Fanservice: In-Universe; Word of God has confirmed that on-camera, she likes to flaunt her personality and appearance for the cameras, since it's "good for ratings".
  • Narcissist: Has a very high opinion of herself, or so we think.
  • Noodle Incident:
    • Her and Logan apparently...Did "something" during their college days.
    • Apparently had a bad enough experience with dodgeballs in high school to have now grown an Absurd Phobia around them.
  • Oblivious to Love: She wasn't even aware of the fact that her best friend, Logan, had a huge crush on her.
  • Odd Friendship: With Chad, who she oddly has grown a fondness for due to the fact he's the only one who ever gets excited for the challenges she put so much work into making.
  • Official Couple: With Logan.
  • Older Than They Look: Looks roughly as old as the teenage contestants, but she's actually in her early 20's to mid 30's.
  • Parental Substitute: For Gareth, who she has grown a personal connection for and now acts as a parental surrogate figure for. It's gotten to the point that the two are actively now defending one another's actions whenever they do something wrong. Word of God has also gone on to confirm that due to the shabby conditions of his household, that Gareth has actually moved in with her.
  • Perpetual Smiler: For the camera at least, as she's never seen not flashing it a bright smile.
  • Pet the Dog:
    • Her protective behavior towards Logan's safety during episodes like "Not Quite Famous" and "If You Can't Take the Heat..." is genuinely heartwarming considering how professionally she usually acts towards him and everyone else.
    • Any positive moments she has with Gareth are some of the sweetest scenes in the show, due to her caring side coming out around him enough to have become something similar to a Parental Substitute for him.
    • During the finale of FMTDI, she admits that she's genuinely going to miss the contestants, having grown a connection to them. This carries over into the special, where she only accepts the job relating to the reboot under the belief it'll keep the others safe.
  • Plucky Girl: Surprisingly happy and "bright", despite her status as the primary hostess of the show.
  • The Prima Donna: Will often make a big deal about just about everything, usually while hamming it up and acting overdramatically.
  • Punch-Clock Villain: She doesn't want to be so cruel to the contestants, but unfortunately, it's just part of her job.
  • Really Gets Around: During her youth, she used to sleep around with a lot of the "bad boys" at her high school.
  • Relationship Upgrade: Goes from being best friends with Logan to them being an Official Couple.
  • Rich in Dollars, Poor in Sense: She may be rich, but she isn't all that bright either.
  • She's Got Legs: In her opinion, her legs are her most attractive feature...Besides her face...And her body...And her-
  • Shipper on Deck: Actively encourages just about every couple that gets together on the show.
  • Sickeningly Sweethearts: With Logan.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: She often comes off as incredibly egotistical, which ends up all just being a facade.
  • Spoiled Brat: She has been spoiled since she was born, and ended up growing up to be incredibly snooty and egotistical because of it.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The Girly Girl to the Nurse's Tomboy.
  • Violently Protective Girlfriend: Just try hurting Logan in any way...We dare you.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: Her and Logan may occasionally snark at and throw playful insults at one another, but they still have one of the closest friendships of the entire series by far.
  • Will They or Won't They?: Amber and Logan have plenty of sexual tension between them due to their blatantly obvious crushes on each other and their long history together as friends.
  • Woman in White: Whenever she goes out to something formal or professional, chances are she'll most definitely wear some kind of white dress.

    Logan 

Logan, the Critical Host

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"I'm...Gonna go apologize for some stuff...Good luck possibly but most likely not- ...Just good luck."
"I can’t believe I had to be the one that had to pick up the losing contestants...I should stop making bets sometimes."
Logan

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  • 0% Approval Rating: Throughout most of FMTDI, none of the contestants are very fond of him, even outright admitting their dislike of him several times.
  • 10-Minute Retirement: After receiving a "The Reason You Suck" Speech from Gein, Logan falls into a depression. An episode later though, and he gets right back to work, having at least recovered slightly from the depression thanks to Zetsu giving him a pep talk.
  • Absentee Character: Oddly, he was basically absent from a good number of episodes for...Basically no reason.
  • Acquired Situational Narcissism: Occasionally, he becomes far more arrogant than how he usually acts, usually while he's hosting the show.
  • Adaptation Personality Change: Similar to Amber, original versions typically portrayed him as a standard, celebrity-obsessed diva with a close connection to Amber. Fuzzy Memories portrays him...Actually, quite differently. In the original version, Logan was the more passive of the duo, however, here, he's one of the most vocally aggressive characters, with a highly critical mind and a seeming lack of empathy for others.
  • A Day in the Limelight: Got a bit more focus development-wise in "Wawanakwa Gone Wild!"
  • Age Lift: Went from being around her early 20's to being somewhere in the middling 20's to early 30's range. Though, they've never confirmed an official age.
  • Alas, Poor Villain: Despite his rather nasty personality around the time it happened, you simply can't help but feel bad for him after being thrown into a depression by Gareth's words.
  • The Alcoholic: After college, he apparently developed quite the drinking problem, particularly towards wine and margaritas. By the time FMTDI takes place, he has already kicked the addiction, but will occasionally still drink.
  • All Guys Want Cheerleaders: Has had a crush on Amber since they were kids, specifically having developed around the time she became a cheerleader for their highschool football team.
  • All Love Is Unrequited: Logan has a huge crush on his Best Friend, Amber, but she seemingly doesn't notice or reciprocate his feelings. Later Inverted upon the reveal that she does return the feelings, and the two begin a relationship.
  • All Men Are Perverts: Has a rather lustful crush on Amber, but also doesn't really seem to mind throwing the occasional glance towards the other girls...And guys. He isn't picky.
  • Ambiguously Bi: Doesn't seem particularly bothered by Kaden flirting with him, and seems to take a surprising amount of pride in the fact that men are attracted to him.
  • Arch-Enemy: Downplayed, but Logan really doesn't like the amount of attention that Gareth gets from Amber.
  • The Atoner: Ever since his Heel–Face Turn, he's actively attempted to try and make up for his past actions by being more caring and friendly towards the contestants.
  • Attention Whore: He's the secondary host of the series, so naturally he quite enjoys being in the spotlight for extended periods of time.
  • Beauty Is Never Tarnished: Inverted; his injuries notably do leave quite the impact on his beauty.
  • Befriending the Enemy: After spending most of the season acting as one of his torturers, Logan and Zetsu end up bonding over their similarly depressing situations. They end up cheering one another up immensely, with Logan being helped out of his depression and Zetsu regaining enough confidence to at least try and win the challenge. These days, the two get along fairly decently.
  • Berserk Button: During FMTDI, just imperfections in general seemed to irk Logan quite a bit. Seemingly has disappeared thanks to Character Development.
  • Best Friend: He's best friends with Amber, who he's known for a good portion of his life and has a deep, personal connection with.
  • The Bet: Has a tendency to make bets with Amber over multiple different things, with him usually coming up short in terms of winning them.
  • Beta Couple: With Amber, who he's in a relationship with while not being a real contestant on the show.
  • The Big Damn Kiss: Amber and Logan exchange a kiss in order to establish the beginning of their relationship.
  • Big Guy, Little Guy: The little guy to Tyson's big guy.
  • Birds of a Feather: With Amber, as they're both fashion divas who love being in the spotlight.
  • Blunt "Yes": Usually after being asked a painfully obvious or ridiculously dumb question, his answer will almost always just be a deadpan, "yes". It's basically a staple of the series now to see him do it at least once an episode.
  • Born Unlucky: Rarely does anything seem to go well for the guy when he gets directly involved with challenges, with him usually getting injured pretty badly during them. He also usually loses any bets he makes, so his lack of luck continues even outside of challenges.
  • Break the Haughty: Gein's "The Reason You Suck" Speech really broke him...
  • Bright Is Not Good: He has a bright, light yellow fur. He's also the secondary host of TD and thus one of the cast's primary torturers throughout the series.
  • Butt-Monkey: Let's see, he's gotten embarrassed multiple times on national television, has gotten first-degree burns from pastries, got a Beedrill stinger stuck in his tongue, rarely if ever wins any bets he gets involved in, has fallen into two depressions throughout the series' run, and just in general isn't very well-liked by the cast as a whole. Calling him a Butt-Monkey is an understatement.
    • Iron Butt Monkey: Despite all of this though, he just keeps getting right back up, which certainly takes a lot of resilience and endurance...And impatience.
  • Camp Straight: Incredibly flamboyant and one of the most over dramatic characters in the series, portraying several stereotypically gay qualities. He also has a huge crush on and later dates Amber.
  • Cannot Spit It Out: Seems to have far more issues just telling Amber how he feels about her than should be naturally possible.
  • Character Development: At the beginning of the show, Logan was a hopeless romantic with a huge crush on his best friend, but was also a highly critical and incredibly rude prick to just about everyone around him for basically no reason. Come the end of the show, and he has probably become the kindest of the hosts, having learned from his Jerkass nature enough to see the error in it, deciding he no longer wanted to be so critical of others. Oh, and actually beginning a relationship with Amber means he had grown enough to be in a real relationship.
  • Characterization Marches On: At the beginning of the series, him and Amber were nearly identical in terms of personality. Overtime though, he was more characterized by his more critical nature, ruder personality, and tendency to get hurt a lot more.
  • Chick Magnet: A surprisingly large number of girls find him incredibly attractive, to a point where unlike Amber, he actually has a fansite In-Universe dedicated just to him, and it's run almost entirely by his fangirls.
  • Cloudcuckoolander's Minder: Serves as the Only Sane Man to Pluto, pointing out how ridiculous everything he says and does truly is, and occasionally, it even helps stop him from doing anything too dangerous.
  • Comedic Sociopathy: Due to his job, he'll actively fake gleeful reactions to the torturous challenges on display for the audience. Is Downplayed overtime though due to his Character Development.
  • Distracted by the Sexy: Several times across FMTDI, he will get distracted from the tasks at hand in favor of admiring Amber's...Qualities.
  • The Dragon: Serves as Amber's best friend and co-host.
  • Drama Queen: He will often overdramatically describe things to make them seem far more important than they actually are.
  • Dude Magnet: During "Not So Happy Campers", Kaden actually attempts to flirt with him, which causes Amber some frustration.
  • Early Installment Weirdness: In the earlier episodes, Amber and Logan were nearly identical in terms of personality.
  • Even the Guys Want Him: Quite a few men have found themselves attracted to him, which he's perfectly fine with.
  • Expy: Obvious inspiration from Chris McLean aside, he has obvious influence from the series QueerEye.
  • The Fashionista: Absolutely loves fashion, and will frequently go about getting the latest and best in terms of clothing.
  • Faux Affably Evil: He may come across as just as friendly as Amber at first, but in all reality all his kindness truly is just for the cameras. At least until his Heel–Face Turn that is.
  • Good Feels Good: Ultimately realizes he prefers being a Nice Guy to others over his original critical and cynical personality.
  • Handsome Lech: During high school and college, he would commonly pick up girls and have one night stands with them, which was happening back when he was still a total Jerkass.
  • Hates the Job, Loves the Limelight: Between himself and Amber, Logan is far more likely to complain about his job and the many annoyances that come with it. Despite this though, he admits outright to loving how popular it's made him with the masses, to where he'll tolerate it's many issues as long as he continues to grow popular.
  • The Hedonist: His primary goal in life is to get as much enjoyment and pleasure out of it as possible. Later on Downplayed though, as he learns he wants to incorporate kindness a bit more into his life than anything else.
  • Heel–Face Turn: After falling into a depression, Logan ultimately has a Jerkass Realization, and after receiving something similar to encouragement from Zetsu, Logan decides to try and become a better person.
  • Hidden Depths: He has a degree in psychology, oddly seems to know quite a lot about sports, and doesn't seem to mind eating Tyson's food as much as others.
  • It's All About Me: Has an incredibly large ego that causes him to stand out even alongside Amber, to a point where he seems to hold others to his standard as if the most important thing is that others be as "amazing" as him in every. After his Character Development though, he starts to be a lot more humble.
  • Jerkass: Logan very much is one of the biggest jerks on the show, constantly criticizing and cruelly insulting just about everyone around him just because they aren't as good as him or aren't Amber.
  • Just Friends: Amber constantly claims that her and him are just this. That is until they get together.
  • Kick the Dog: Anytime he's the main critic of something, expect someone to have an emotional breakdown from his scathing, hate-filled criticism. In these moments, he never seems very particularly likable.
    • Special mention goes to his "The Reason You Suck" Speech towards Gareth, who he basically tears into and horribly insults despite knowing just how much Amber cares about him. Luckily, he gets his competence real quick.
  • Lack of Empathy: He usually doesn't feel very bad or much of any kind of emotion as he watches the contestants basically be tortured by the challenges him and Amber put them through. However, this is actually Inverted by the end of FMTDI.
  • Large Ham: He plays up everything he does to overdramatic levels of ham, usually while the cameras are rolling.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: Throughout all of FMTDI, he is constantly injured and put through rather dark scenarios, which comes across as a nice kind of karma once you realize how much he was taking pleasure in the kid's suffering.
  • Lawful Neutral: He may be one of the main torturers for the cast, but that doesn't change the fact he has shown himself to not be as bad as he initially seemed after Character Development kicked in, and while he can be lenient on things, he usually strictly enforces the rules of challenges on the contestants.
  • Lean and Mean: Very thin, decently tall, and very much so a huge Jerkass towards the rest of the cast.
  • Lovable Sex Maniac: Like most people, he very clearly enjoys sexual activities, but he seems to have a lot more of a perverted mind than most of the teenage cast as a whole.
  • Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy: Downplayed, as while Amber is the more masculine one between herself and Logan, they are both more feminine than anything.
  • Morality Pet: Amber is basically the only reason he isn't far worse as a person.
  • Narcissist: Incredibly egotistical and thinks far more highly of himself than what anyone else thinks of him due to his status as an obnoxious Jerkass among the cast. Downplayed considerably after his Character Development, as while he still does have a tiny bit of an ego, he certainly has now found a way to place himself on even ground with others.
  • Nice Guy: By the end of FMTDI, he has become a far better person, to a point of where he normally actually treats the rest of the cast quite well.
  • Noodle Incident: Him and Amber apparently...Did "something" during their college days.
  • Odd Friendship: Oddly enough, he's actually become decently good friends with Zetsu after the two helped one another out of their depressions.
  • Official Couple: With Amber.
  • Older Than They Look: Looks roughly as old as the teenage contestants, but he's actually in his early 20's to mid 30's.
  • Only Sane Man: Compared to the rest of the staff, he seems to have the tightest grip on reality, and thus is among the first to point out rather ridiculous things before they happen.
  • Out of Focus: Unlike Amber and Tyson, Logan doesn't really affect the story all too much.
  • Pet the Dog: Encouraging Zetsu to not give up on the game and that Tempest most definitely still loves him during the events of "Wawanakwa Gone Wild!" is the first notable time that he every treated someone else with both kindness and respect, and was ultimately the first sign of his Heel–Face Turn.
  • Pretty Boy: Very attractive and incredibly thin celebrity, which makes sense considering the series' usage of referencing parts of real life.
  • The Prima Donna: Will often make a big deal about just about everything, usually while hamming it up and acting overdramatically.
  • Punch-Clock Villain: He doesn't really want to even be on the show since he finds it to be incredibly aggravating having to torture the cast, but unfortunately, it's just part of his job.
  • Real Men Cook: Is actually a very good chef in his own right, to a point of where he actually cooked any food Tyson was incapable of making, including the pumpkin muffins that the ghosts of the show love so much.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Delivers one to Gareth based around all of his flaws...[[spoiler:And then he receives one himself almost immediately after, and unlike his towards Gareth, it actually seriously affects him to a point where he falls into a depression.
  • Relationship Upgrade: Goes from being best friends with Amber to them being an Official Couple.
  • Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: The sensitive guy to Tyson's manly man.
  • Shipper on Deck: He admits to finding Tempest and Zetsu cute together.
  • Sickeningly Sweethearts: With Amber.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Incredibly egotistical and a total narcissist.
  • Smarter Than You Look: Looks like a rather stereotypical Pretty Boy, but surprisingly passed everything during his school days effortlessly, and has a degree in psychology.
  • Smug Smiler: He has a tendency to smirk during any challenge that he believes the cast is destined to fail, but he'll also occasionally pull them when he makes a bet with Amber or just knows something good might happen to him.
  • Stupid Sexy Friend: Has problems hiding his rather obvious crush on Amber whenever he's around her, and will admittedly deny his crush when asked about it.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality: Can go from being kind to Amber one moment to absolutely ripping into the rest of the cast in what seems like seconds.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: After receiving a pep talk from Zetsu, he ultimately becomes far kinder, downright becoming something resembling a Nice Guy.

    Tyson 

Tyson, the Unlucky Chef

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"The only way to make it better is to just...Go."
"Ha! That’s what you two deserve! I’ve been wanting to see something happen to you two all summer!"
Tyson

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  • Absentee Character: While it mostly only happened in the first couple episodes of FMTDI, Tyson has been notably absent from quite a few episodes for basically no real reason.
  • Adaptation Personality Change: His original self portrayed in most shows is a Cloudcuckoolander whose obsession with waffles and his Belligerent Sexual Tension with Colton are basically his only personality traits. On Fuzzy Memories, he's a grumpy chef with a crappy life, who is regularly insulted and beaten down by all of the contestants around him at all times.
  • Age Lift: Went from being in his early 20's to at least being in his early 30's.
  • Amusing Injuries: A lot of the particularly nasty injuries that happen to him are portrayed almost entirely for laughs, including anything he inflicts on others.
  • Arch-Enemy: Pancakes! Since...Well, they're not waffles.
    • Bari, who prefers pancakes over waffles and actively eats all of the leftovers from breakfast, which really pisses Tyson off.
  • Arc Villain: He serves as the Big Bad of several specific challenges.
  • Author Avatar: Acts as one of the co-writer of Fuzzy Memories, Delta Xtreme.
  • Ax-Crazy: He is a very violent individual who clearly seems to take at least a tiny bit of enjoyment from causing annoying players all kinds of pain...Even though usually he's the one who gets hurt far worse.
  • Badass Baritone: He has a surprisingly deep voice, one of which that could put the likes of Izaya to shame in terms of how powerful and "badass" it makes him sound.
  • Berserk Button:
    • Just try to take anything from him, especially his waffles!
    • Preferring pancakes over waffles is also a quick way to make him hate your guts.
  • The Big Guy: He's the strongest of the staff members overall, and the one who's the most likely to be forced into doing some heavy lifting for the show.
  • Big Guy, Little Guy: The big guy to Logan's little guy.
  • Bi the Way: Is dating a girl throughout FMTDI outside of the show.
  • Born Unlucky: Nothing ever really seems to go well for Tyson, considering that whenever he is on-screen, he'll most likely be either made an example of something, or is just injured horribly.
  • Butt-Monkey: Whenever he hosts a challenge, expect to see him get the crap kicked out of him by just about every contestant with very few exceptions. It got bad enough that he had to ask for the hosts to enforce a rule of where contestants couldn't hurt him willingly...They didn't really listen.
    • Iron Butt Monkey: Luckily, he's usually able to recover from injuries quickly enough to make it seem like he's practically immune to getting them.
  • Camp Cook: He was the primary chef of FMTDI, which takes place at a summer camp on an isolated island.
  • Chaotic Neutral: Tyson is prone to anger and usually doing whatever he wants as long as it does involve the task in a challenge, which leads to him pulling a lot of creative stunts in order to get at least a slight bit of enjoyment out of whatever uninteresting thing he has been forced into.
  • Characterization Marches On: He was mostly just meant as a Joke Character of a sort for the first few episodes of FMTDI, but by "Basic Straining", he began to showcase his more grumpy and pessimistic personality that he's associated with today.
  • Childhood Friends: Tyson and Colton have known each other all their lives.
    • Childhood Friend Romance: They began to date in college...It didn't actually end very well, as Tyson learned how toxic of an influence Colton truly was and broke up with him.
  • The Comically Serious: Most of the time he says everything with the same gruff and serious tone, sometimes not realizing just how ridiculous he sounds.
  • Cosmic Plaything: Nothing ever goes right for Tyson, constantly being abused by everyone around him and getting thrown into the worst possible situations for basically no reason other than to screw him over.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: He may not be all that bright, but he is still one of the most physically strong characters in the series who's more than capable of being quite the intimidating figure.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Gets his ass handed to him frequently by some of the more dangerous contestants, most frequently by the likes of Isabel and Tempest.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: His species is a dark-type, but he's actually not that bad of a guy, if not a bit of a Jerkass at times.
  • Demoted to Extra: Due to his promotion to the producer of the series, he is nowhere near as important as he used to be.
  • Drill Sergeant Nasty: Became one during "Basic Straining" in order to match the overall theme of the challenge, which was based around boot camp and war.
  • Dumb Muscle: He's the most physically imposing of the staff members, and usually acts as their primary intimidation force and muscle for tasks.
  • Evil Chef: While not truly "evil", he is an asshole and one of the only cooks on the show.
  • Expy: A fairly obvious one for Chef. He's also the Author Avatar of co-writer, Delta Xtreme.
  • Fatal Flaw: Usually fails to ever think too far ahead, meaning he'll easily make mistakes due to a lack of making any kind of plan for tasks.
  • Groin Attack: Has the worst luck in fights, as during them, at some point, he's going to get kicked in the crouch by a girl, and then presumably have it grinded by their foot too...Ouch.
  • Hot-Blooded: Is quick to rush into things without thinking about what could happen first.
  • Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: The guy is such a colossal and continuous Butt-Monkey, that sometimes you can't help but root for the guy during his antagonistic challenges just so you don't have to see him fail...Again.
  • I Was Quite a Looker: When he was younger, he was actually quite attractive.
  • Jerkass: Openly rude to all of the contestants and actively takes on an antagonistic role during challenges.
  • The Juggernaut: Incredibly strong, runs into things without thinking much about them, used primarily for brute strength...Yep, he's a juggernaut alright.
  • Kick the Dog: The fact he seems to take genuine enjoyment from challenges where he's the Big Bad usually showcase a far more sadistic and intimidating side to him.
  • Lesser of Two Evils: Between himself and the hosts, he is the less likely to act as the contestant's torturer that episode.
  • Lethal Chef: Nothing he cooks is very good in any way, and some of his recipes are downright dangerous.
  • Made of Iron: The guy can take a lot of damage to say the least, to a point where one time he was basically blown up...And was able to get right up and climb out of the rumble, before running away while screaming.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: The guy is the Butt-Monkey of the Fuzzy Memories non-contestants, but don't let that confuse you. He's still more than capable of kicking your ass regardless.
  • Odd Friendship: Gets along surprisingly well with Chad.
  • Perpetual Frowner: Rarely seen without his signature scowl.
  • Pet the Dog: Him actually expressing genuine thanks for Chad's compliment, stating in a confessional he isn't used to getting compliments. He goes on to say he'll even consider giving him extra food.
  • Psycho Ex-Boyfriend: Actually has to deal with one in the form of Colton.
  • Punch-Clock Villain: Doesn't actually care too much about the kids, and he probably wouldn't do anything harmful to them if it weren't for the fact he was getting paid to basically torture them.
  • Real Men Cook: Granted, he isn't that good of a cook, but he is still the camp chef of FMTDI, and he's surprisingly muscular as well.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: Looks pretty tough...Too bad he's also wearing chef's clothing while cookies waffles.
  • Screams Like a Little Girl: Has a distinct, rather loud and incredibly high pitched scream.
  • Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: The manly man to Logan's sensitive guy.
  • Super Toughness: The guy can take an irregularly high amount of damage, even for his species, which borders on nearly being supernatural in surprise.
  • Supreme Chef: Whenever he cooks anything other than waffles, he's actually not half bad of a chef. Too bad that's pretty rare.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Waffles, to a point where they're all he cooks.
  • Unskilled, but Strong: He isn't that good at much of anything, and yet he's one of the most muscular characters in the series.
  • Walking Spoiler: Considering just how many tropes had to be blocked due to spoilers, it really isn't any surprise that a lot of what happens to him is meant to be a surprise for the audience.
  • Younger Than They Look: He looks like he's in his 40's or 50's, when actually he's not too much older than Amber and Logan.

The Interns

    Berlin, London, and Paris 

Berlin, London, and Paris, the Uncaring Interns

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"Yeah, there should be a few bags in there...Too bad none of us have any money for it."
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"...Man, I could go for some cheese puffs right about now, dude."
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"Wait...Don’t we get paid today? ...Oh yeah...We don’t get paid. Why do we work here again, Berlin?"

A group of three interns who have known each other all their lives, and who basically never do anything except for slack off and ignore the world around them.


  • Anti-Hero: The three could not give less of a shit about what's happening around them at all times.
  • Beauty, Brains and Brawn: London's considered the most handsome of the three, Berlin's undeniably the smartest, and Paris' the largest and strongest.
  • Best Friend: All three serve as this to one another, being each other's closest(and only) friends.
  • The Big Guy: Paris is the toughest of the three, though his low intelligence makes it hard to take him very seriously.
  • Big, Thin, Short Trio: Paris' the big, London's the thin, Berlin's the short.
  • Bit Character: They have essentially no real purpose within the main plot of the story, and thus do very little outside of occasionally acting as filler.
  • Book Dumb: Paris' not particularly bright to say the least.
  • Brilliant, but Lazy: Berlin's actually far smarter than his two comrades, and yet is content with just hanging out with them, getting high, and not doing much of anything.
  • Childhood Friends: They've known each other since pre-school! That means they have by far the longest lasting friendship of anybody in the franchise, including Amber and Logan!
  • Classical Antihero: They're lazy, uncaring losers who couldn't care less about anyone else, but they're not really bad people, and are very close to one another, to a point where it's implied they've known each other since as young as pre-school, so it's clear they've been doing something right.
  • CloudCuckooLander: London can say some...Pretty weird stuff.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Berlin is particularly snappy towards the other two, usually responding to what they say with rather witty remarks.
  • The Ditz: While Berlin's actually decently smart and London has his moments of insightfulness, Paris is just a complete idiot.
  • Dumb Muscle: Essentially Paris' entire point to being there.
  • Erudite Stoner: While high, London will occasionally speak off words of wisdom.
  • Fish out of Water: Unlike every other character in the entire franchise, these three are completely content with their rather lackluster and lazy lifestyles, not really wanting to change or get out of their current situations. In fact, they seem to be completely fine with just joking around with each other on the sidelines as things go crazy all around them.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: Their co-workers hate them, the hosts ignore them, and the contestants don't know they even exist.
  • The Heart: London helps keep the other two together.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: The three practically do everything together.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: All three of them just don't give a crap about anyone but themselves. Doesn't change the fact that they truly love one another as brothers practically.
  • Lazy Bum: All three are content with the fact they're essentially the worst employees ever.
  • Mellow Fellow: London especially, but all three are pretty chill for the most part.
  • Mr. Vice Guy: They're essentially the living embodiment of Sloth.
  • Nice, Mean, and In-Between: London's the nice, Berlin's the mean, and Paris' the in-between.
  • Non-Action Guy: In fact, they seem to put more effort into avoiding effort than they actually would doing the tasks at hand.
  • Only Sane Man: Considering the constant madness going on around them, a solid debate could be made that they're the sanest, most normal people in the series.
    • Among the three though, Berlin is clearly the most stable.
  • The Pigpen: The three are described as being pretty gross to be around.
  • Plucky Comic Relief: Their main role seems to just be providing a sense of humor inbetween more tense scenes.
  • The Slacker: None of them are particularly interested in their jobs to any degree.
  • The Smart Guy: It's pretty clear Berlin essentially runs laps around the other two in terms of intellect.
  • The Stoner: All three of them are known for occasionally hot-boxing the recording booths and other places.
  • Surfer Dude: London always talks as if he is one.
  • True Companions: To a point where they've stood by each other and continue to do since they were children.
  • Verbal Tic: All three share a similar one; "dude".
  • Weasel Co-Worker: They never get anything done, and are thus pretty despised by their co-workers.
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Temporary Employees

    The Bartender 

"Bartender", the Bartender

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"I literally work the same job every day while basically being a slave to a bunch of annoying brats, so I reserve the right to be a jerk."
"Let’s be honest here, are you really telling the truth there? ...That’s what I thought, freak. I expect payment, and for you to get the hell out before closing time. And if either of those don’t happen, we both know what’ll happen to you."
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  • 0% Approval Rating: Absolutely nobody who goes to his bar actually likes him in any way, which you can't really blame them for considering he actively rips them off and blackmails them into giving him more money.
  • Adaptation Personality Change: Unlike past versions of the character, this one is actually far less sadistic. Besides that though, he's the same snarky, psychopathic jerk who actively cons people out of money for his own benefit.
  • Blackmail: Frequently will use information he learns off his customers to force them into giving him more money in exchange for him keeping their secrets hidden.
  • Break Them by Talking: He quickly was able to break down Tyson's threats to just meaningless words, claiming he would never stop coming to the bar due to how depressing his life was now. The sad truth is that it ended up shutting him up instantly.
  • The Bully: Aggressively and cruelly insults and talks down to all of his customers while blackmailing them into giving him more money.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: Seems to have no problem admitting just how terrible of a person he truly is.
  • Cheshire Cat Grin: When he isn't sporting a Slasher Smile, he's most likely sporting a deviously large, toothy grin instead.
  • The Confidant: An unwilling one, as while he doesn't care too much, his customers, especially Tyson, will frequently relay information from their lives to him. He will often use this information though in order to blackmail them afterwards.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Will often reply to other people's words with snarky wordplay and sarcastic comments.
  • Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": His real name has never been revealed. Instead, everyone just calls him variations of Bartender, including "Barkeep".
  • Greed: His only goal in life is to make as much money as possible, caring little for anything else.
  • Grumpy Old Man: Word of God confirmed him as being over five-hundred years old, and he rarely is seen without his signature scowl.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Simply ranting off your problems in life to him for too long will cause him to violently start screaming at you to shut up.
  • Hate Sink: Has no redeeming qualities in any way and will often use the unfortunate circumstances others are going through in order to make money off of them.
  • Jerkass: Is incredibly rude and cruel to his customers for little to no reason.
  • No Name Given: His real name has never been revealed.
  • Only in It for the Money: His primary motivation in life is to make as much money as he possibly can, usually through blackmail and abusing the system and the depression of others.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Has crimson red eyes, and is probably one of the most intimidating characters across the entire series.
  • Slasher Smile: His natural smile bares a striking resemblance to something you'd see on a serial killer's face in a bad horror movie.
  • Token Evil Teammate: Among the people who have worked on the show, he's currently the only one who you could argue as evil in any way.

    The Nurse 

"Nurse", the Deadpan Nurse

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"I'm just the nurse, miss."
"Yeah...That guy is gonna be screaming for awhile. Can’t blame him since those are probably some seriously painful first degree burns."
The Nurse

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  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: After "Hide and Be Sneaky", she basically completely disappears from the entire series.
  • The Cynic: Has a pretty notably low opinion of the world and everyone in it.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Everything she says is just layered in snark and sarcastic replies, usually mixed in with a nonchalant expression and a complete lack of care in whatever is going on.
  • Dr. Jerk: She's a nurse, and also incredibly rude to just about everyone.
  • Hates Everyone Equally: Doesn't matter who you are or what you deal with, she still hates being around you and could care less about speaking to you in any way.
  • Jerkass: Has shown no signs of actual kindness throughout the series, instead just acting sarcastic and rude.
    • Jerkass Has a Point: Usually though, whatever she's saying does at least make sense, and she does make good points at times as well.
  • Lack of Empathy: Doesn't matter if you're suffering from first-degree burns, or if you have a major concussion, because either way, she doesn't care.
  • The Medic: Considering her role as the sole medical supervisor on the island, it's pretty obvious she's in charge of healing and helping those who are injured.
  • Morally Ambiguous Doctorate: It really isn't that obvious just where she falls in terms of morality or alignment.
  • No Name Given: It was never revealed what her name is, and nobody really refers to her as the nurse either.
  • Out of Focus: Never really was in the spotlight in any episode she appeared in, and had minimal to no involvement in the plot.
  • Pet the Dog: She actually compliments Juvia after she brings an injured Gareth to her, saying she might have saved him. To date, this is the only piece of kindness she's displayed.
  • The Stoic: Rarely if ever shows any kind of emotion, instead displaying a permanently neutral look on her face.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The Tomboy to Amber's Girly Girl.
  • True Neutral: She doesn't care too much about anything related to morality or who did what. To her, all that matters is that she gets paid, and that she heals whoever comes to her. Otherwise, she could care less.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: We're never really told what happened to her or what she did after "Hide and Be Sneaky".

    Colton 

Colton, the Crazy Ex-Boyfriend

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  • Abhorrent Admirer: He's in love with Tyson, but he takes the crush way too far. He focuses almost all of his time on him and his personal life, he's dedicated his mind to the lie that they ever have a chance of getting back together, he makes death threats to Tyson's family, and is overall just a very unpleasant person.
  • Adaptation Personality Change: Dear lord, he has changed a lot from his original version. His original version was just as much of a Jerkass, but he also bore a far stronger resemblance character-wise to the likes of Chris McLean in terms of personality. Here...He's a Yandere with a creepy crush on Tyson with a potentially Ax-Crazy mindset.
  • Adaptational Comic Relief: A lot of his scenes are played for laughs during Fuzzy Memories, while basically none of them were during his original appearances in other stories.
  • Adaptational Villainy: Went from being a sociopathic gameshow host to being a sociopathic Yandere, so he's certainly been taken Up to Eleven.
  • Aloof Ally: He is indeed working for the hosts, but that doesn't mean he's actually going to treat them with any notable respect.
  • Ax-Crazy: He's a very violent individual he seems to see no problem in the fact he's basically hunting down and badly hurting several innocent children.
  • Best Friend: He used to be Tyson's...That clearly didn't last.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: His appearance is actually a lot derpier and more passive looking than what his horrible personality would let you think.
  • Black Comedy: While he is played up mostly for comic relief, most of the jokes made with him are suitably very dark.
  • Butt-Monkey: Nothing goes right for him during his temporary appearance in the game, as he got injured, harassed, rejected by his crush, was seen as totally psychotic, and most likely didn't get paid in the end either.
  • Chaotic Evil: Only cares about how things will affect him, being incredibly greedy and rude to just about everyone in the process as well. He's also a sociopath who will hurt anyone to reach his goals, including inducing concussions, hurting others, and screwing with their heads.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: The fact he genuinely thinks that Tyson would ever consider dating him despite his psychotic personality and complete lack of social awareness, mixed in with his status as a Hate Sink, is beyond anyone.
  • Control Freak: He apparently kept Tyson in the relationship as the lesser of the two, controlling just about everything they did together and never allowing themselves to have time away from each other due to his own fear he'd talk to someone else.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Gets his ass handed to him several times during his single appearance throughout the series.
  • Depraved Homosexual: Word of God has confirmed him as being exclusively homosexual, and he's also one of the most heinous and unlikable characters in the series.
  • Entitled to Have You: Seems to believe that the only person allowed to have Tyson is himself.
  • Face–Heel Turn: Apparently used to be a pretty decent guy, but beginning a relationship with Tyson began to lead him down a very dark path due to his own jealousy and controlling attitude.
  • Fat Idiot: Notably overweight, and also not very bright either.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: Is considerably jealous of Tyson's girlfriend during "Hide and Be Sneaky", and Tyson goes on to confirm later on in the episode that Colton has made several threats towards her for being with him.
  • Hate Sink: Lacks anything resembling a sympathetic quality, instead being almost entirely played up as a psychopath during his first and only appearance.
  • It Meant Something to Me: While Tyson was actually able to get over the two's relationship pretty quickly, it seemed to have affected Colton a lot more.
  • Jerkass: He's a stubborn, antagonistic, psychopathic jackass who is trying to convince his ex-boyfriend to re-enter a relationship with him despite his protective personality making it impossible to have a remotely healthy one.
  • Kick the Dog: His blatant insults towards Tempest and how he enjoyed kicking the crap out of her while hunting down her boyfriend is a pretty scummy thing to do.
  • Love Makes You Crazy: He gradually became a lot more unstable and potentially insane due to his relationship with Tyson.
    • Love Makes You Evil: The two breaking up caused Colton to become far more dangerous and insane, as he attempts over and over to convince Tyson to get back together with him.
  • Made of Iron: Can take a lot of punishment for a guy who keeps getting the crap kicked out of him.
  • Minor Major Character: He's made exactly one on-screen appearance on the entire show, but during it, he ended up being the person who brought Gein into the series after causing Gareth a bad concussion.
  • Never My Fault: Refuses to accept the fact that it was his own creepy personality and stalker-like tendencies that caused Tyson to break up with him.
  • One True Love: Has a belief that the only person he'll ever be able to love is Tyson. Considering that Tyson wants absolutely nothing to do with him anymore, he might be out of luck then.
  • Put on a Bus: Word of God confirmed he will never appear again.
  • Sadist: Took a bizarre amount of pleasure in bragging about how he "supposedly" destroyed Tempest during a fight.
  • The Sociopath: Feels absolutely no shame or guilt after all is said in done, despite having hurt several players, to a point of having even given Gareth a concussion.
  • Stalker Shrine: Word of God has confirmed that he has indeed created one for Tyson.
  • Stalker with a Crush: Tyson mentions several times that Colton stalks him at home, and the two were in a very clearly unhealthy relationship with each other.
  • Too Dumb to Live: It was not a good idea to go around bragging about taking down Tempest...In front of her boyfriend. To say things didn't go well for him after would be an understatement.
  • The Unfettered: Feels no shame and sees no moral dilema in anything that he does, clearly coming across as a complete and utter sociopath in the process.
  • Unskilled, but Strong: He's...Not particularly good at much of anything, but he seems to at least be strong enough to decently injure Tempest with one hit.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Was unintentionally the cause of Gein resurfacing within Gareth's mind.
  • Villainous Crush: Has a downright obsessive crush on Tyson.
  • Walking Spoiler: Considering the only notable thing he did throughout his entire appearance was causing Gein to be brought into a series, it's really hard not mentioning it to others if you discuss his character.
  • Weapon of Choice: Throughout all of "Hide and Be Sneaky", he uses the water gun he was given as his primary weapon to take down the contestants.
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