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Chris Maclain: The Sadistic Host.

The Host of the show! Also one of three producers of the Total Drama Franchise.

  • Bad Boss: Though the producer is higher ranked than him. This comes to play during his downfall near the end of the story. It also seems to be false, as Chris is talking with the other two producers at the end of Letterama.
  • The Bus Came Back: He surprisingly returns in Total Drama Letterama's epilogue...though he doesn't become the host and is no longer as sadistic.
  • Butt-Monkey
  • Freudian Excuse: Apparently, he had a tumor in his brain that caused him to act sadistic. This is revealed to be a lie in the Prologue of Letter Starz.
  • Groin Attack
  • Heel–Face Turn: Seems to go through one, at least partially, in the epilogue of Total Drama Letterama. Too bad it seems to be a complete lie, if the meeting with the producers in the epilogue of Letterama and prologue of Letter Starz is true.
  • Humiliation Conga: In the final chapter of Total Drama Letterz, he is fired by the producer and replaced by Spider and Quana. After that his 102 year old grandmother comes on stage and drags him off by the ear while saying he is grounded for three years and shall be spanked by her cane ... and this was on live international television. However, the epilogue of Letterama and Letter Starz in general seem to imply this was a set up.

Chef Jerome Hatchet: The Cook With No Catering Talent.

  • The Apprentice: Gary is teaching him how to cook on the condition he gets to cook meals for his own team. Surprisingly Chef accepts as he wants to cook like his mama used to.
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • Even Evil Has Standards: He openly voices when he thinks Chris is going too far and admits he sometimes feels a little guilty about what he does.

Matthew Gregson: The Professional Producer

One of three producers of the Total Drama Franchise.

  • Knight of Cerebus: His scenes, along with Trina's and Chris', are not played for laughs at all.

Trina Grey: The Charming Producer

One of three producers of the Total Drama Franchise.

  • Knight of Cerebus: Her scenes, along with Matthew's and Trina's, are not played for laughs, at all.


     Contestants debuting in Total Drama Letterz 

Andy Takeshi: The Space Fan

  • Blackmail: Tabitha blackmailed him into keeping quiet about her true nature or she would make Andy's love interest Mable get kicked onto the streets. Andy tried to tell Uzuri about this ... and the results were not pretty.
    • It turns out that Tabitha was just bluffing and would never have actually gone through with her threat even if she wasn't.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Occasionally.
  • Failure Hero: His attempts to rat out Tabitha fail.

Andy in TDL3, as an Intern

Barney Bolitho: The Pirate

Barney in TDL3, as The Ninja

I be a ninja of the night, ready to be all stealthy and ninja-ey! The pirate schtick was fun, but it's old hat now. Like a wise man once said, growing old is certain, but growing up is optional. That man be my fav hobo.

Carlton Cuddlerabbit: The Wimp

Carlton in TDL3, as an Intern

  • Ship Tease: He and Nakia have been hanging out recently.

Daisy Rose: The Teachers Pet

Daisy in TDL3, as an Intern

  • Love Triangle: Crushed on Spider, who is already taken by Quana.

Eleanor Ollivander: The Animal Lover

Eleanor in TDL3, still as the Animal Lover

A new bunch of islands means new animals to discover; it may be just the thing to cheer Jimmy up. All the animals, forest, rainfall, and stars ...

  • Break the Cutie: She is currently kidnapped by an unknown party, with a death threat to her if Jimmy fails his trials.
  • Damsel in Distress: Shortly after her early elimination, she is kidnapped by an unknown party.
  • Undying Loyalty: She still loves Jimmy, even after his situation changed him into the gloomy boy he is today.

Fifi Cleopatra: The Feminist

  • Anime Hair: Sported a pink afro for a while. She let her hair down after a while, likely to symbolize her no longer hating men.
  • Does Not Like Men: Though she later renounces her sexism.
  • Freudian Excuse: She became a man hater due to being mistreated by a lot of people due to being female.
  • Jerkass: At first.
  • Primal Fear: Zippy.
  • Straw Feminist: Though she later renounces it.

Fifi in TDL3, as an Intern

  • Out of Focus: She hasn't had much appearances as an intern so far.

Gary Boltok: The Chef

Gary in TDL3 as an Intern

Hector Candle: The Intellect

  • Good with Numbers: He is a very good at math.
  • He Knows Too Much: Discovered Tabitha's true nature, and tried to rat her out, three guesses as to how that ended for him...

Hector in TDL3, as the Scheming Mathlete

I've never been very close to anybody on this show, but that means I can play a cold and hard game without feeling bad for it. Expect this early boot to be the ultimate Letter Star.

Irene Redwood: The Tree Hugger

Irene in TDL3, as the Harsher In Hindsight

Ever had a gift you no longer want? I used to be able to talk to trees and it was #Epic. But now … I hear voices all the time and it's driving me nuts! Island nature shout help, right?

  • Broken Bird: She is no longer the flirty girl she once was.
  • Reality Ensues: As it turns out, her claiming that trees could talk to her was, in fact, schizophrenia, and now it's really starting to get to her.

Jimmy Coryson: The PollyAnna

  • Beware the Nice Ones: Kasimar REALLY shouldn't have killed one of Eleanor's ferrets and made her cry. Jimmy switched the votes to get Kasimar voted off which started his humiliation conga and downfall.
    • Deconstructed in the very next episode. He wonders if he went too far with what he did, and votes himself off as self-penance.
  • Nice Hat: It's teal with orange polka dots!
  • Noodle Incident: He recalls several of these that him and his friends have experiences such as the time they entered a wrestling competition or the time thye explored a haunted house.
    • Something happened in-between Letterama and Letterific that has him depressed now. All we know is that involves his parents...
  • Pacifist
  • Polly Anna: This is his stereotype.
  • Primal Fear: Freddy Krueger

Jimmy in TDL3, as Rain Cloud

Win? Lose? What does it matter? We're all gonna be dust eventually. I just don't care anymore.

Kasimar McSkeen: The Complete Monster

See Kasimar's Quest for Tropes on him in his series in TDL3.

Lavender Kennedy: The Strategic Cheerleader.

Lavender in TDL3, as the Catty Cheerleader

These last few months have been really hard on me. I'm feeling angry, and I just don't know what to say. Winning this season should help … but you know, I sometimes think his game is more than it seems.

Mable Carvoid: The Health Food Fanatic

Mable in TDL3, as an Intern

Nakia Baxter: The Hair Lover

  • Famous Last Words Although Nakia doesn't actually die her last words before her elimination were: "My hair…"
  • Never My Fault: At no point over Letterz or Letterama does Nakia ever believe herself to have been in the wrong.
  • Popular Is Dumb: She isn't too bright though not as dumb as Lindsay.
  • Pride: Big time; she loves her hair that much.
  • Revenge: After her elimination she vows revenge on her team, especially Spider
  • Primal Fear: Having her hair damaged.
  • Sanity Slippage: She gets progressively worse throughout the story, up until the point she tried to murder Spider with a pipe due to his hair and came dangerously close to succeeding,
    • But by Episode 27 of Letterama, her sanity is pretty much gone, and she plans on killing the contestants and interns with a robotic spider...
  • The Sociopath: She starts out as just a whiny brat, but by the end of her time on the show she has gone past the point of redemption and tries to cripple Spider with a pipe ... because he has bad hair.
  • Spoiled Brat

Nakia in TDL3, as an Intern.

Oscar Shivers: The Strong Guy

Oscar in TDL3, as an Intern

  • Out of Focus: Besides being a cameraman, he hasn't done anything much on the show as an Intern.

Patch Johnson: the Burger King.

Patch in TDL3, as an Intern

Quana Silva: The Sexy Singer.

  • Token Minority: Played with: she's part Hispanic, but legally considered white.

Quana in TDL3, still as the Sexy Singer

Hindsight is 20/20. Upon rewatching the last two seasons, I've seen I'm not the sweetie or role model I thought I was … at all. I'm gonna win, but I'm also make things right. Not for me, but for them.

Raven Okri: the Shy Girl

Raven in TDL3, as The Cute Friend Maker

My main goal is to make a lot of friends. You know, I'm not so shy anymore … and if I'm liked, I may not be voted off. I'll also stay away from bears.

Spider Garnet: The Sick Kid.

  • Verbal Tic: Sort of; due to his incessent illness he coughs and sneezes during his sentences.

Spider in TDL3, as The Sweet Medic

Even now, I'm not sure how I won my season. I'm not in need of more money, but I'll give it my all. Really, I just want to keep everybody out of harms way … my medical know-how should help with that.

Tabitha Barrington: The Manipulator

  • All Girls Want Bad Boys: Played with, she's leered at by Kasimar, but she falls for Rheneas.
  • Big Bad Duumvirate: With Kasimar in Season 1.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Played with; for a lot of the story it seems like this; but in episode 14 of Letterama we find out it was actually a Jerkass Façade.
  • "Blackmail" Is Such an Ugly Word: "I prefer to call it ruining someone's life." It is eventually revealed she wouldn't have followed up on her threats and that it was just a bluff.
  • The Chessmaster: She is the King (Or Queen) and everyone else is a pawn.
    • Dragon-in-Chief: In season 1, she was the leader of the villain's alliance.
  • Defrosting Ice Queen: In Season 2.
  • Engineered Public Confession: At the final four elimination, Chris showed the voting confessionals of the contestants, hers had her gloating about how easy it was to manipulate everyone and all of the things she was responsible for.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: While she admits that she's not the nicest girl in the world, even she is horrified by the lengths Kasimar and Nakia will go to win and has repeatedly confessed that she regrets working with them.
  • Expy: Of Heather.
  • Freudian Excuse: Her parents taught her bad morals and beat her and hospitalized her every time she failed at something. All these years of abuse made Tabitha become lonely and VERY insecure. Tabitha even admits she was jealous of Uzuri.

Tabitha in TDL3, as The Defrosted Ice Queen

I may have escaped my life of abuse … but what I did in the first season still hurts me. I'm gonna play nice and gentle. I haves much on my mind, but with Rheneas, I'll be okay. Game on, I guess.

Uzuri Taiver: The Sweet Sadist

  • Action Survivor: ...Somewhat. While she doesn't get captured due to being in the woods at the time of Tabitha's parent's arrival, she does alert Zita and Wallace of Tabitha's parents, and Wallace helps by sending Rheneas' bike and beam katana by use of an invention Wallace built, to which Rheneas helped save Tabitha and kick Tabitha's dad's butt. Uzuri does give a piece of her own towards Tabitha's dad, however.
  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Due to being autistic.
  • Collector of the Strange: Has a collection of pet rocks.
  • Creepy Doll: She has an emo doll that has over nine thousand creepy sayings.
    • Emo Doll: Let's all cut ourselves! Heheheheheh!
  • Dumb Blonde: More naive than dumb, though.
  • Girls Are Really Scared of Horror Movies: Subverted, big time for her.
  • Its Pronounced Tro PAY: Her name is pronounced "Yuh-Zer-Ee" according to one of the Aftermath shows.
  • Older Than They Look: She's 16, but could pass for Jimmy's age group.
  • The Pollyanna: Most of the time...
  • Too Kinky to Torture: Used to her advantage for a challenge back in Letterz where Chris tortured the campers.
  • Primal Fear: Electrocution ... but only if it has AMPS because they are one of the only things that can hurt her.
  • Unwitting Pawn: Tabitha manipulates her by cruelly pretending to be her friend and care about Uzuri's feelings. In reality she sees her as a pawn and a freak.
    • However, it is all but a shell, and Tabitha is really jealous of Uzuri.

Uzuri in TDL3, as The Fan Service

Hiiiii everybody! Missed me? You know, a lot of girls who get far on this show are really pretty, so … just call me Ms Fanservice! I look sexy as a zombie, eh, eh? Yay!

Vinnie Kapustin: The Guy with a Metal Arm'

Vinnie in TDL3, as an Intern

  • Out of Focus: Other than a scene early on with Uzuri, he has done nothing much of importance.

Wallace Magenta: The Wannabe Bad Guy

  • Evil Laugh: Up to Eleven.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Does one after a guilt trip when one of his inventions nearly kills the campers and interns, with the help of Zita.
  • Humiliation Conga: In episode ten his team loses because his cheating backfired; he is promptly held down and force fed his own tainted star fruit which makes him puke. At the bonfire ceremony his henchman betrays him and he gets voted off. To add an extra insult to injury he falls flat on his face while walking the dock of shame due to a missing wooden plank that Gary had ripped off earlier in the episode.
  • Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain
  • Kick the Squirrel: Literally.

Wallace in TDL3, as The BAD GUY

I'm a dick. I'm also dastardly. Thus, cosplaying as Dick Dastardly was only common sense. I may not be "evil," but in this game you can bet I'll be pulling quite a few tricks! Mwahahaha! Man, that laugh feels good!

  • Second Love: Has found love in Raven after losing Zita.

Xaria Clark: The Complainer

Xaria in TDL3, as a host.

Yessica Bubbler: The Born Swimmer.

Yessica in TDL3, as The Slight Show Off

Intern duty was fun, but I'm glad to compete again. I'm gonna show I'm more than just the water girl and Irene's girlfriend, you'll see!

Zita Grudlock: The Thief

  • Freudian Excuse: Her stealing habit comes from an extreme form of Obssesive Compulsion Disorder.

Zita in TDL3, as an Intern

     Contestants debuting in Total Drama Letterama 

Alice Gatobel: The Type A

Alice in TDL3, as the Stern and Firm

Leadership and a temper combined led to a loss, like last season. This time, I'm just sitting back and letting the idiots destroy each other.

Bishop Paladin, the Mean Rich Boy

Bishop in TDL3, as The Rich Snob

It seems only nice guys win this game. Thus, I'll *shudder* be nice and start no fights. But, if somebody starts at me, I'll show them I can be one truly nasty fucker.

  • Jerkass: Openly acknowledges how much of a dick he is, and laughs about it.
  • It Amused Me: His reason for messing with Alice so often.
  • Troll: Makes a sport out of 'Alice Baiting'.

Cherry Zoom, the Genki Racer

  • Drives Like Crazy: It's not so much that she's a bad driver as much as it is that she just likes speed.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Votes herself off out of pity for Opal.
  • Out of Focus: You wouldn't be given weird looks if you asked if there was a Cherry this season.
  • Ship Tease: With Tyson, they are now together.

Cherry in TDL3, as a Co-Host

  • Out of Focus: Only appears at the Playa to interview the eliminated contestants.

Donny Tolosa, the Irritable Short Guy

Donny in TDL3, as an Intern

  • Out of Focus: Only appeared to cart off the frozen contestants after they were frozen back on Wawanakwa.

Eddie Lynmoire, the Detective

  • Early-Bird Cameo: He was one of the hosts of the aftermath in Total Drama Letterz.
  • Expy: Of Columbo.
  • Irony: The detective couldn't figure out Kim was evil.
  • Love Triangle: With Kim and Sasha. Kim only wants to use him to further herself in the game whereas Sasha has real feelings for him.
    • He chooses Sasha.

Eddie in TDL3, as the Level-Headed Guy

I sure was an amateur at solving mysteries, wasn't I? *Chuckles* No more detective now, jut regular me … a guy who recently got into binge watching Survivor. I think I got a good plan.

  • Dumbass No More: He's realized since last season that he was pretty terrible at being a detective and has eschewed the whole gimmick.
  • Expy: Seems to have become one to Richy. Design-wise, he's practically a palette-swap of Hans, by the same author.

Fripp Skip, the Blockhead

  • Expy: Of the title character of the Blockhead series by The Swain.
  • Too Dumb to Live: Or rather too dumb to not get eliminated.

Fripp in TDL3, as an Intern

Gordon Duff, the Alcoholic Asshole

  • Jerkass: Which leads to him being voted off first.

Gordon in TDL3, as an Intern

Helen Grey, the Anti Fun Girl

Helen in TDL3, as The Dull As Dishwater

This crazy show is FAR too exciting. I'll probably have a heart attack, also too exciting, and then die, way too exciting. I leave my paperclip collection to my mum.

Imanda Walson, the Girl Scout

Imanda in TDL3, as The Adorkable Dork

I finished the girl scouts with every badge! Now I lead my own group … but also, I am sorely lacking a boyfriend. I'm gonna try to be less of a geek and more cool so I can be noticed.

Jill Natz, the Sarcastic Chick

Jill in TDL3, as an Intern

Kim Rosefelt, the Dangerous Flirt

  • Ascended Fanboy: It's revealed in the bonus chapter that she's a very big fan of Survivor.
  • Cluster F-Bomb: She has a... colorful vocabulary, to say the least, at least in the Confessional and even in the bonus chapter.
  • Crazy-Prepared: After watching Letterz and realizing she would be unable to access her pills during Letterama, she made a video explaining lots of things she was afraid she'd do, clearing up most of the things she did in her past, and showing her face to the online world and submitted it two days before she competed on the show. And, as a result of the bonus chapter, this was clearly a very good decision.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Implied with her parents, if her aftermath interview is anything to go by. Confirmed in the bonus chapter when she finally reunites with them in the therapist's house after two weeks.
  • Faux Affably Evil
  • Foil: Kim is essentially what happens when you take Tabitha, remove the redeeming qualities she had, take her atrocities Up to Eleven, and make her hate anyone that isn't part of her ethnicity.
  • Frameup: How she eliminates Yannis the first time, by making the other campers think that he wrote a vicious hate note to Sasha when in fact she was the one responsible.
  • Freudian Excuse: Apparently everything she does throughout the season is due to severe depression, and it's implied that something happened in her past intense enough to cause it. She also had no pills for the duration of Letterama as a result of her contract, and based on her reactions in the bonus chapter, her pills clearly help her a lot.
  • Gold Digger: She desires to use Eddie to get her through the game by becoming his girlfriend, and then telling him what she really thought about him at the finals so that she won't have any competition.
  • Hate Sink: Barney and Yannis both consider her to be worse than Kasimar.
  • The Heavy: Of the pre-merge.
  • Humiliation Conga: Hoo boy... Upon Yannis's return, he exposed Kim of who she really was, had her Idol switched with the fake one by Lankston, got her plans to burn Sasha exposed to Spider and Quana, getting her disqualified at the Campfire, was forced to beg for the fake idol by acting like a pig, was tossed via the Hurl of Shame... and that was on the Island. Upon her interview, she gets disowned by her parents for the horrible things she had done, and sent to Juvie.
    • Fortunately, things improve for her as soon as she gets to Juvie in the bonus chapter. It's revealed that she gets a letter from her parents after two days with pictures of good memories she had with them when she was younger, the burned disownment papers, and a heartwarming letter, and after two weeks, she gets put under house arrest to a very kind therapist and reconnects with her parents.
  • Nightmare Fetishist: She was able to watch SAW in full without flinching on a dare.
  • Politically Incorrect Villain: She refers to Sasha and Opal with hateful ethnic slurs ... though only in the confessional. And then there is the note she left for Sasha...
  • Sex for Services: She has sex with Kasimar (off screen) after he finds the immunity Idol for her as she requested.
  • The Sociopath: She effectively pretends to be a friend to Sasha and Eddie. In truth, she was anything but a friend to them.
  • Unholy Matrimony: With Kasimar after a few episodes.
  • Valley Girl: Intentionally put on.

For tropes pretaining to Kim for TDL 3, see the The Kim-Along-Gang folder

Lankston Gallows, the Condescending One

  • Teens Are Short: Besides Donny he is the shortest cast member; he is also rather skinny.

Lankston in TDL3, as The Confident Man

It may be an All-Star round without Nina, but I think I have what it takes to win. Why?It took a mutant spider to get me out last time. Game on.

  • The Generic Guy: He tends to fade into the background compared to his teammates.

Max Austinine, the Nerdy Robotier

Max in TDL3, as an Intern

  • Gone Horribly Wrong: The Freeze of Shame that was used on Wawanakwa Island. It severely damaged Irene's psyche, and led to Eleanor's kidnapping.

Nina Dumpster, the Messy Girl

Nina in TDL3, as an Intern

Opal Shigeru, the Trilingual Basket Case

Opal in TDL3, as The Ray Of Sunshine

Fun! Fun! Fun! Fun! Fun! Fun! This is gonna be awesome! An all star season means all the best players are gonna be here … that means the fun ones right? Eh, as long as I have fun, I'm happy. :)

  • Verbal Tic: Played with. Though she no longer laughs spontaneously, she now adds emoticons to the ends of her sentences, though this one is intentional and she does drop it after a while.

Paul Foster, the Germaphobe

Paul in TDL3, as The Life Liver

Last season, I was full of so many issues and pains, things I needed help with. Now that the past is just that, I can finally live for the here and now. I'm gonna do it all!

  • Keet: Is much more so than in his last appearance.

Quarla Grim, the Aggressive Girl

  • The Bully: However, she belives it is within her rights to bully weak people.
  • Expy: Of Jo.
  • Social Darwinist: What leads to her earning the animosity of her fellow campers.

Quarla in TDL3, as The Loner Bully

I'm in this for myself only. I'll just stand back and keep to myself. If I don't "bully" people, they'll not cry and vote me off.

Rheneas Scorch, the Rebellious Pyromaniac

  • Expy: Word of God states he was inspired by Jimmy Hopkins and Travis Touchdown.
  • Fiery Redhead: His mohawk's dyed, but he does have the personality of one.
  • Hidden Depths: Despite being a pyro he is one of the nicest characters.
  • Idiot Hero: While he's not stupid, per se, he does do some pretty dumb things.

Rheneas in TDL3, as The Badass

Last season I placed second due to the focus I put helping the love of my life. I don't regret it for a nanosecond. This time I'll have both the prize and the girl. Let's burn!

  • Big Damn Hero: One again, this time saving Eleanor from the mystery kidnapper.
  • Idiot Hero: Even more so than last time.

Sasha Tasset, the Bubbly Gamer

  • Badass Pacifist: She develops this in spades when she manages to stop herself from punching Kim when she was experiencing so many negative emotions and outright tells Kim 'she's better than that.'
  • Early-Bird Cameo: She appeared in Total Drama Letterz as one of the aftermath hosts.
  • First Girl Wins: Was friends with Eddie when hosting the Aftermath back on Letterz.
  • Shout-Out: She gives these to several video games, both popular and obscure.
  • Token Minority: She is the only contestant of Indian nationality.

Sasha in TDL3, as The Nervous Gamer

I'm happy to be back ... but also scared. Last season was so tough, and stressful. It's making me expect the worst this time. I'm sure it'll be fun, really, but … if I expect the worst, it can't surprise me.

  • Broken Bird: Last season took a toll on her, to the point where she isn't quite as bubbly as she used to be.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: Slightly less sweet than last season.

Tyson Sebsan, the Cool Rocker

Tyson in TDL3, as the Cohost

  • Out of Focus: Is only around to interview the eliminated contestants.

Ulric Sly, the Tough Guy

Ulric in TDL3, as an Intern

Vayvay Mittens, the Philosophical Hippie

VayVay in TDL3, as The Dazed Hippie

I'm just here for a good time. Make some memories, make more friends, win a second time, kiss Paul in the moonlight, and all that doo dah. Peace, dudes.

  • Out of Focus: She doesn't do very much in this season, which is partially due to her early elimination.

Winnie Kipps, the Excitable Cat Lover

Winnie in TDL3, as the host

Xyly Magnus, the Viking

Xyly in TDL3, as an Intern

Yannis Kumatora, the Mute Guy

Yannis in TDL3, as an Intern

Zed Yenner, the Farmer

Zed in TDL3, as The Easy-Going Farm Boy

If you go into this game looking for trouble, you're going to find it. I'm just gonna take it easy and relax my way through. Opal has enough pep for the both of us, I reckon.

  • Out of Focus: Like VayVay, he isn't too prominent in the plot, due to his early elimination.

     The "Kim-Along Gang" 

Kim - The Recovering Girl

OK interns, move out and get to it. I'd love to stay around, except not really and I need to take my pill, like, NOW.

  • Deadpan Snarker: Shows shades of this quite often, especially when presented with the three interns on the roof of the Mess Hall.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Even though she's normally quite loud and angry when she isn't depressed, it gets to this level after Steve reveals he's a member of the FBI.
  • The Tease: Is still this, as shown by flirting with Steve once, although it isn't shown as much, since she isn't often in a good mood.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Didn't take too kindly to Steve actually being a member of the FBI. Nor did she react well to Rheneas pretty soon afterwards, in the middle of her tantrum, and nearly kicked him at full force.

Clyde - The Lazy Chicago Boy

Yeah, I'm glad ta be able ta see da action and da drama, but dis work cuts into my nap time!

  • Hidden Depths: He is, in fact, Kasimar's best friend and second-in-command Ian Moonwell, and is behind Eleanor's kidnapping as well as Jimmy's family's death as revenge for Jimmy switching the votes that led to his elimination.
  • Heavy Sleeper
  • Killed Off for Real: Is mauled to an unrecognizable mess of flesh by a pack of rabid wolves after engaging in a brutal beatdown against Rheneas.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: Caused the accident that killed Jimmy's family and kidnapped Eleanor to avenge Kasimar. He also had plans for Eddie, Kim, Lavender, Rheneas, and VayVay.

Jennifer - The Bloodcurdling

People let fear control them. Fear lets me control it.

  • Cool Big Sis: Often sticks by Jimmy, and even helped him out at various points.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Despite liking death and such, she's actually one of the sweetest of the main interns.
  • Irony: Was initially portrayed as the most mysterious of the interns. By the merge, she's the only one of the three who is not hiding anything.
  • Offscreen Teleportation: Often does this to provide some advice, and quickly disappears, creeping some campers out.

Steve - The Eccentric Oddball

In the name of candy and unicorns, I shall be a super dandy intern! YAY!

  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Very much so.
  • Gun Nut: Showed off traces of this when Chef Hatchet was teaching Quana how to fire a gun.
  • Hidden Depths: His real name is Cole Walker, and he is an undercover FBI agent investigating Kasimar's disappearance.
  • Keet

     Kasimar's Quest 

Kasimar McSkeen - The Escaped Criminal

  • A Day in the Limelight: The star of the Kasimar's Quest subplots.
  • Darkand Troubled Past: Flashbacks to his childhood explain exactly how Kasimar became the violent criminal he is during the series proper.
  • Escort Mission: His goal is to give Madeline an armed escort to her home in Toronto for a huge cash reward. They start out in Colorado.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: He may still act like his usual Kasimar self, but he draws the line at child abuse.
  • Redemption Quest: Very slightly - he is shown to be slightly less villainous than in the previous two seasons, and has over the course of escorting Madeline, lowered his initial demands for compensation.
  • Villain Protagonist: Of the Kasimar's Quest side-series.

Madeline Frost: The Heir

  • Deadpan Snarker: She makes it quite clear she's not going to put up with Kasimar's bullshit without complaint.

The Red Fang Marauders

  • Groin Attack: Happens to one member before getting killed by Kasimar. But granted what he was gonna do to Madeline, it was well deserved.

    Other Characters 

Tabitha's Parents, Gerald and Peyton Barrington

Tabitha's mother and father, who actively encourage her to manipulate her fellow contestants and seriously abuse their daughter.

  • Abusive Parents: Rather than teach Tabitha to be friendly towards others, they taught her to manipulate others into doing what she wants. It's later revealed that they brutally beat their own daughter for even the slightest failure, and they don't love her at all.
  • Arch-Enemies: To Rheneas.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing
  • Cold-Blooded Torture: What they do to Tabitha whenever she fails something.
  • Faux Affably Evil: Their affability really doesn't make them likable whatsoever.
  • Humiliation Conga: After Tabitha's father's Engineered Public Confession, they end up arrested for their crimes and they lose all their assets … which go to Tabitha, as she's their only living heir, in spite of the fact that they disowned her.
  • Screw the Rules, I Have Money!: Oh boy. As Tabitha's father reveals, they've been hiring hitmen to murder their rivals simply so that their company can rise to the top.
  • The Sociopath: Implied when Tabitha tells Rheneas about the occasions for which they went out in public.
  • Ungrateful Bastard: Rather than applaud her for saving two lives, Tabitha's Father decides to disown her and promise revenge.
  • Victoria's Secret Compartment: Tabitha's father keeps several weapons inside of his robe.
  • Walking Spoiler
  • You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: Taught Tabitha to backstab people when she didn't need them anymore. When they attack the island, Tabitha's Father decides to use his wife as a meat shield once Rheneas begins fighting him.


Somebody Chef Hatchet once knew. Who could he be?

The Kidnapper

He or She is holding the frozen and eliminated Eleanor hostage...

  • Disc-One Final Boss: They were the ones that kidnapped Eleanor, but they go down the episode before the Merge.
  • Driving Question: Who kidnapped Eleanor? It's Ian and his gang.
  • Knight of Cerebus: The kidnapping plot is the first real dark plot to affect someone in the competition.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Is holding Eleanor hostage in the Freeze of Shame, and threatens to kill her if Jimmy doesn't comply to their demands...



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