List of Total Drama World Tour episodes
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|Total Drama World Tour|
|Country of origin||Canada|
|No. of episodes||26|
|Original release||June 10, 2010 –|
April 24, 2011
This is a list of the episodes of Total Drama World Tour, a Canadian animated television series which premiered on June 10, 2010, at 8:30 p.m. EST on Teletoon in Canada, and on June 21, 2010, at 9:00 p.m. EST on Cartoon Network in the U.S. It also aired on ABC3 in Australia. Total Drama World Tour, a sequel to Total Drama Island and Total Drama Action, is a parody of reality TV shows. This season takes the contestants around the world, where they must break into song at the sound of a jingle or face instant elimination.
List of episodes
- Note: Viewers columns only accounts for first viewings in the United States and does not account for international viewings, re-airings, or viewings via online streaming. If all those extra views are accounted for, the number of views for each episode is much larger.
|Title||Written by [a]||Canadian air date||U.S. air date||Prod.|
|53||1||"Walk Like An Egyptian - Episode 1"||Shelley Scarrow||June 10, 2010||June 21, 2010||301||2.20|
|Fifteen of the original contestants of the Total Drama series—Bridgette, Cody, Courtney, DJ, Duncan, Ezekiel, Gwen, Harold, Heather, Izzy, Leshawna, Lindsay, Noah, Owen, and Tyler—have returned to compete in the World Tour. They are joined by two new contestants, Alejandro and Sierra. They are introduced to their new home and transportation method for the competition, along with the new rules of the show. Ezekiel is suddenly eliminated, but manages to make a comeback. The contestants are taken to a new location, where they participate in their first challenge, and after Duncan quits the show, three new teams are formed. Team Victory, Team Amazon, and Team Chris is Really Really Really Really Hot.|
|54||2||"Walk Like An Egyptian - Episode 2"||Alex Ganetakos||September 9, 2010||June 28, 2010||302||1.66|
|The teams using their various rewards, must race across the desert to the Nile River. There, they must weave baskets to cross the deadly river. Sierra and Izzy decide to swap teams, so that they can be with their love interests. In the end, Ezekiel loses his team's reward, and along with the rest of his team, is forced to endure the elimination ceremony. As a result, Ezekiel is the first person to be voted off of the show once again, but Duncan is not the only one to leave the plane.|
|55||3||"Super Crazy Happy Fun Time Japan"||Adam Rotstein & Doug Hadders||September 16, 2010||July 5, 2010||303||N/A|
|The teams must survive a torturous Japanese game show challenge and then shoot a commercial for candied fish. While three teammates clash, Cody and Sierra are forced to work together, and DJ continues to believe he may be cursed. In the end, Team Victory is forced to vote off DJ. However, Harold quits the game, saying that the team's loss was his fault. He leaves the plane with "honor" by stabbing himself with a fake light saber.|
|56||4||"Anything Yukon Do, I Can Do Better"||Terry McGurrin||September 23, 2010||July 12, 2010||304||N/A|
|The three teams fly to the Yukon and undertake a number of challenges in the freezing temperatures. Tyler begins to frustrate himself and work extra hard as he tries to get the attention of his former flame, Lindsay. Alejandro takes advantage of Bridgette and gets her eliminated.|
|57||5||"Broadway, Baby!"||Alex Ganetakos||September 30, 2010||July 19, 2010||305||1.59|
|The three teams head east to the Big Apple. Sierra's knowledge about the host of the show leads to Chris' plan; however, it is quickly sabotaged thanks to Alejandro's manipulation. Meanwhile, former love rivals begin to team up to go against Heather. After one team wins again and another loses for the first time, it is revealed that the contestants had all participated in the first reward challenge of the season.|
|58||6||"TDWT Aftermath I: Bridgette Over Troubled Waters"||Shelley Scarrow||October 7, 2010||July 19, 2010||306||N/A|
|The first aftermath of the season has premiered, with Geoff and Blaineley. The other six non-contestants watch alongside as the peanut gallery. The hosts ponder over the whereabouts of two eliminated contestants after their plunges down from the plane. Harold is interviewed and he sings a song about his crush left in the competition, and the Bridgette sings a ballad to apologize for her previous acts of disloyalty. In the end, all is forgiven, much to the dismay of the lesser-liked host.|
|59||7||"Slap Slap Revolution"||Laurie Elliott||October 14, 2010||July 26, 2010||307||1.82|
|The host takes the remaining thirteen contestants to the snowy German Alps, where their next challenge awaits. Alejandro's manipulation of Leshawna causes Noah and Heather to grow extremely suspicious. Meanwhile, Lindsay is finally able to remember Tyler. At the end, Leshawna gets voted off because she jumped off the platform to slap Heather.|
|60||8||"The Am-AH-Zon Race"||Terry McGurrin||November 4, 2010||August 2, 2010||308||1.59|
|The three teams are taken to the Amazon, where their eighteen-hour challenge awaits. One team ends up in deep trouble due to a teammate's poor judgment, giving them their first loss and giving another team their first win. Meanwhile, one contestant begins to realize someone might not return their friendship, but brushes it off after being rescued. After the host reveals the votes, causing someone's heartbreak, he then reveals that the episode was actually a reward challenge, sparing a contestant from elimination.|
|61||9||"Can't Help Falling in Louvre"||Adam Rotstein & Doug Hadders||November 18, 2010||August 9, 2010||309||1.87|
|The contestants arrive in Paris, France, and everything but love is in the air for these teens. As the three teams struggle to complete their challenge, Sierra is having trouble coping with Cody's previous actions. Someone tries their hardest to either throw the challenge or eliminate their problem, but an unexpected twist ultimately sends another Lindsay packing, leaving Tyler upset by the outcome.|
|62||10||"Newf Kids on the Rock"||Alex Nussbaum||November 25, 2010||August 16, 2010||310||1.53|
|The host's hometown is visited as the eleven teens compete in their next challenge. One team down to its last member, who desperately wants to be eliminated, leading one contestant to try hard to align themselves with them, but is beaten to it by someone else. In the end, two teams share the reward and no one is sent home due to the host's good mood.|
|63||11||"Jamaica Me Sweat"||Emily Andras & Brendon Yorke||December 2, 2010||August 23, 2010||311||1.47|
|After the plane runs out of gas, the final eleven are stranded in Jamaica. Owen is starting to have second thoughts about his romantic relationship with Izzy. After an incident, both end up severely injured, with Izzy actually removed from the competition due to the severity of their injury, but not before the two officially break up. Meanwhile, Alejandro's actions from the previous episode are intentionally revealed and because of this, DJ is finally eliminated.|
|64||12||"TDWT Aftermath II: Revenge of the Telethon"||Alex Ganetakos||December 9, 2010||August 30, 2010||312||N/A|
|The second installment of season three's Aftermath includes a fundraiser in order to resolve for the plane's fuel shortage. The four eliminated contestants are interviewed, while trying to convince the viewers to donate five hundred thousand dollars. After the Studio experiences some severe destruction, thanks to an inconsiderate person, the goal is increased to one million dollars. Will they reach the enormous goal in a mere thirty minutes or will the show be gone for good? The fate lies in the hands of a tough, former competitor and a formerly crazy competitor recently-turned genius.|
|65||13||"I See London..."||Shelley Scarrow||December 16, 2010||August 30, 2010||313||1.52|
|With only two teams remaining, the host takes the remaining contestants to London, England, where their challenge is to capture a criminal before he catches them. In the end, two criminals are caught, bringing Duncan back into the competition, joining a team, and giving his captors the victory instead of the original winners. At the end, Noah ends up eliminated as a result.|
|66||14||"Greece's Pieces"||Terry McGurrin||December 30, 2010||September 6, 2010||314||N/A|
|Duncan and the final eight travel to Greece to compete in various Olympic challenges. Duncan and Gwen are nervous about their kiss and, unfortunately Tyler has a big secret and he is forced to reveal it to Alejandro. A fight breaks out and tension between two others grows. After one team wins, three contestants are in the hot seat on the other, but an intern is eliminated instead, sparing Duncan.|
|67||15||"The Ex-Files"||Laurie Elliott||January 6, 2011||September 13, 2010||315||1.59|
|The two teams must search Area 51 for intact alien artifacts and bring them back to the Total Drama Jumbo Jet. During the challenge, Duncan and Gwen have their second kiss, thus officially starting a relationship, while an alliance becomes strained. In the end, Team Amazon wins and Tyler gets sent home.|
|68||16||"Picnic At Hanging Dork"||Michael Gelbart||January 13, 2011||September 20, 2010||316||N/A|
|The remaining eight contestants travel to Australia, where tension really flares after a past incident. Two people devise a strategy to weaken an opponent which proves to be quite successful, while the other team is divided into two alliances. In the end, Gwen takes the Drop of Shame after losing a tie-breaker challenge.|
|69||17||"Sweden Sour"||Terry McGurrin||January 20, 2011||September 27, 2010||317||1.59|
|The two teams land in Sweden to compete in a "Viking" capture the flag game. Alejandro tries to flirt with Courtney while another Cody misses Gwen. Meanwhile, Duncan becomes aware of Alejandro's true nature and warns Owen. In the end, Chris reveals that there will be no elimination again, sparing someone and leaving others disappointed.|
|70||18||"TDWT Aftermath III: Aftermath Aftermayhem"||Laurie Elliott||January 27, 2011||September 27, 2010||318||N/A|
|After one co-host forces another into doing a world tour of Total Drama fan countries and the third host becomes fed up with her abusive behavior. The three new guests join the peanut gallery, where five of them get the opportunity to re-join the competition. However, one (un)lucky co-host ends up unintentionally winning instead.|
|71||19||"Niagara Brawls"||Emer Connon||February 3, 2011||October 4, 2010||319||N/A|
|The remaining seven are dumped in Niagara Falls for their next challenge, where it is revealed that Blaineley is debuting onto the show and that the teams have merged. The challenges have a wedding theme, leading to added tension for three particular couples. Alejandro attempts to convince the others to vote off Owen they considered a threat.|
|72||20||"Chinese Fake-Out"||James Hurst||February 10, 2011||October 11, 2010||320||1.70|
|The final seven go to China for a visit to the Great Wall. Tension continues between four contestants and Cody plans to establish the connection between himself and Sierra. Blaineley allies with Chef. In the end, Blaineley and Courtney are both voted off along with another due to the show's budget problems.|
|73||21||"African Lying Safari"||Laurie Elliott||February 24, 2011||October 18, 2010||321||N/A|
|The final five arrive in Tanzania for their next challenge; hunting down Ezekiel who has now gone feral after hiding in the cargo hold. Sierra's obsession with Cody peaks, and Heather and Alejandro continue to deny their attraction towards each other. In the end, Alejandro wins the challenge and Duncan sent home for the second time after a close vote.|
|74||22||"Rapa-Phooey!"||Shelley Scarrow||March 3, 2011||October 25, 2010||322||N/A|
|The final four contestants are on their way to Easter Island to compete in an egg hunt themed challenge, as two contestants maneuver to become closer to the end through manipulating others. In the end, one contestant wins the challenge, but when somebody is spared, the frustrated winner of the challenge picks another person to stay in first class, so that they may be with another.|
|75||23||"Awwwwww, Drumheller"||Nicole Demerse||March 10, 2011||November 1, 2010||323||N/A|
|The final four head to Alberta, Canada to participate in an archaeology-themed challenge. Alejandro frames another to anger Sierra. However, when Heather becomes trapped, Alejandro decides to save her. At the end, Alejandro was supposed to be eliminated, but Sierra accidentally blew up Chris' plane when she brought out lit firecrackers on Cody's birthday cake, and Chris angrily eliminated her out of the game for that in pure anger, even though she won the challenge leaving only Heather, Alejandro, and Cody.|
|76||24||"TDWT Aftermath IV: Hawaiian Style"||Alex Ganetakos||March 20, 2011||November 1, 2010||324||N/A|
|The Aftermath show reveals the location of the finale: Hawaii. The four most recently eliminated contestants are brought out. Before the peanut gallery is split into three teams and a final challenge is revealed; a representative of each team competes in a surfing competition to win the finalists a possible advantage for the finale. One host regains his co-host, but with some added company.|
|77||25||"Planes, Trains and Hot Air Mobiles"||Shelley Scarrow||March 27, 2011||November 8, 2010||325||N/A|
|After Chris disqualified Sierra from the previous episode, Heather, Alejandro, and Cody must engage in a full-out, no-rules race to Hawaii. While Alejandro confronts Heather about her treachery, Cody develops a strong bond with Sierra he initially tried to avoid. Ultimately, while Heather guarantees herself a spot in the final two, Alejandro and Cody tie for second place and must battle for dominance in the final challenge.|
|78||26||"Hawaiian Punch / Aloha! Finale!"||Alex Ganetakos||April 24, 2011||November 15, 2010||326||1.82|
Heather, Alejandro, and Cody come up with a plan who will win $1,000,000. Cody and Alejandro must compete in a tie-breaker to win the last spot in the final two; they had to do a traditional fire dance tie-breaker challenge. Alejandro wins when Heather tricks Cody, eliminating him. After Cody gets eliminated, Chris announces the final challenge, which involves one of Hawaii's active volcanoes. Heather manages to trick Alejandro, bringing them to their ultimate downfall in the game. |
Alejandro's ending: (Canada, Russia, Bulgaria, Romania, Poland, Africa, Denmark, Sweden, and Hungary). Heather accidentally drops Alejandro's dummy in volcano, meaning that Alejandro has won. A feral Ezekiel appears and attacks Chris for the case. Everyone runs from the erupting volcano, trampling Alejandro, who asks if he is going to get his money. Then, Alejandro is completely covered in lava flowing down the mountain. When the rest of the cast members are heading for safety by swimming farther out into the ocean, they swim away when flaming rocks start bombarding them.
Heather's ending: (United States, Oceania, Latin America, France, Italy, Israel, Serbia, Netherlands, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Norway, Britain, the Philippines, Poland, and Portugal). She throws her actual tribute into the volcano and wrestles Ezekiel for the million dollars, but fails. After Alejandro is trampled and covered by lava, the eliminated contestants (except for Blaineley, Alejandro, and Ezekiel) all leave Heather behind to complain that she didn't win.
Post-credits scene: After the credits, Chris placed Alejandro into the Drama Machine after the cast trampled him. Then, he arises and asks Chris the money is safe and Chris tells him about its fiery demise.
- Information is taken from the opening credits of each episode.
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