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Splatalot!
Splatalot (2011 television series) logo.png
GenreChildren's Game show
Created byMark J.W. Bishop
Matt Hornburg
Directed byRae Upton
Presented byJason Agnew and Matt Chin (Canada)
Dick and Dom (UK)
Kayne Tremills and Scott Tweedie (Australia)
Stacey Harkey and Tori Pence (USA)
ComposerAngelo Oddi
Country of originCanada
United Kingdom
Australia
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes52 + 1 special
Production
Executive producersAlan Bishop (challenge producer)
Mark J.W. Bishop
Matt Hornburg
ProducerSteve Sloan
Production locationsAmaranth, Ontario, Canada
Coordinates: 44°02′19″N 80°13′51″W / 44.03861°N 80.23083°W / 44.03861; -80.23083
Running time22 minutes
Production companyMarblemedia
DistributorDistribution 360
Release
Original networkYTV (Canada)
CBBC (United Kingdom)
ABC3 (Australia)
Picture format16:9 (1080i HDTV)
Original release14 March 2011 (2011-03-14) –
29 August 2013 (2013-08-29)
Chronology
Related showsWipeout
External links
Website

Splatalot! is a medieval-themed physical game show which premiered in Canada on YTV on 14 March 2011, hosted by Jason Agnew and Matt Chin. It premiered in the United Kingdom on CBBC on 13 June 2011 with Dick and Dom as hosts and in Australia on ABC3 on 5 November 2011 with Kayne Tremills and Scott Tweedie as hosts. The series was a copy of Wipeout, designed for a younger demographic. The British and Australian broadcasts of the show used the same filmed footage as the original Canadian, but with local presenters providing commentary.

Splatalot! was produced by Marblemedia and commissioned as an international co-production by YTV, CBBC and ABC3. It featured a large, extreme obstacle course and three rounds of competition: Cross the Moat, Ditch the Dungeon (Escape the Stockade in the first series), and Capture the Crown. Each episode featured a different group of 12 teenage contestants (known as Attackers) competing against not only the obstacles and the clock but also the Defenders. The Defenders are an international squad of nine medieval-themed gladiators, who are tasked with protecting the castle from the Attackers. The winning Attacker is crowned King or Queen of Splatalot!. This king or queen was able to then choose an attacker to punish in one of many ways, such as throwing them into the water with a catapult.

Production[edit]

The series was produced using a 2.5 acre set built on a 50 acre lot (previously used to shoot The Adrenaline Project) owned by Marblemedia in Amaranth, Ontario, Canada and featured contestants from Canada, the United Kingdom and Australia.[1] The company had spent a year collaborating with theme park engineers to design the course.[2]

The first season, consisting of 26 episodes, was shot on location in September and October 2010.[3] On 3 February 2012 the series was renewed for a 26 episode second season.[4] It was shot the following summer.[5]

Following the recording of the series, the set remained abandoned and was a popular attraction for trespassers.[6] The set was later demolished in 2018 as part of a series called "Smashalot!".[7] At the beginning of the first episode, reasons are listed for the demolition, including YouTubers, being too costly to repair, having unpaid property taxes, crack-dealing and opposition from the local community.[8]

The Attackers[edit]

Contestants, known as "Attackers" were drawn from schools and sports clubs from across Canada, United Kingdom and Australia. They consist of children aged 12 and up. A different group of attackers feature in every episode.

The Defenders[edit]

Splatalot! featured a recurring cast of Defenders, consisting of six charismatic young adults. Each episode featured 3 Defenders per round, (but all six on the Final) ensuring that the audiences never see the same lineup twice. Each Defender has their unique persona, color, costume, and signature weapon as well as their gimmick (akin to that of a supervillain) - they work together to incite laughter and most importantly, impede the Attackers until one of them proves that he or she is worthy of the crown of Splatalot!.

In season 2, Knightriss, Shaiden, Ballista, Tinkor, Gildar, and Crocness have left the show, but they returned to the screen for the show's American run on BYUtv. Only Kook, Thorne, and Skabb remained from season 1, with Madeva, Faetal, and Vane coming in as replacements. Gildar appears for The 'Celebrity Splatdown' only to announce his departure from the show, and was mentioned in ‘Teachers Vs Students Splatdown’ and 'Sleepy Matty (Dicky in the UK, Scotty in Australia)'.

The Defenders are (In both seasons):

  • Thorne (played by Elliott Francis) – A British Warrior. The self-proclaimed bad boy of the group. The Defender who is in a permanent bad mood, brooding and grumbling wherever he roams. With his maniacal mohawk and his blue streaked face, Thorne rarely finds joy in anything, but stopping attackers from claiming the crown. His weapon of choice is a spiked mace. When he is in stage 1 he likes to use the fog gun (vaporizer). He is also a 'gentleman' as he says in "We are not alone" where he helps one of the girls (Andrea) up the wall. He is the brother of Season 1 defender Shaiden.
  • Kookaburra (played by James Elmer) – A wacky Australian guy and the team's joker in the pack who has a bird-like design, often nicknamed 'Kook'. His Weapon of choice is a slingshot, and he is probably the most successful defender on the whole show, though he can act awkward and silly at times; for example, he uses cheerleading chants in the "Parents & Kids Splatdown." He is revealed to have a crush on Shaiden, was once called a green-haired freak, and is known to trick the attackers; for example, pretending the cannon is not working in Round 3, with the defender wanting to seize the "chance". However, when they go, he is revealed to be faking; he presses the button and makes the attacker fall off.
  • Allan "Skabb" Tonelli (played by Wendo Mhogolo) – An extremely violent, Australian Aboriginal barbarian. He's the most dangerous and aggressive of the defenders and is known for being the castle bully. Although he is brutal in his defending, he is known to occasionally have a soft side, which is revealed in a number of episodes. His weapon of choice is a club but he is dangerous with every weapon. He also tends to scare the Attackers and the Defenders without fail.

In Season 1[edit]

  • Gildar (played by wrestler RJ City under his real name RJ Skinner) – A narcissistic Canadian Viking who cared only about himself and constantly looked in his mirror, bragging about his muscles, facial features, and his hair, just like Gaston. His weapon of choice is a sledgehammer, and with it, he can rid the castle of his biggest hatred: sass from the attackers. In "Party Like It's $19.99," he was in a DVD of "Extreme Viking Makeover," and he published a book called Shoved by a Rainbow in "Shoved by a Rainbow." It is revealed in "Gildar Has a Secret," that he and Crocness were married. In "Talk To The Barrels" he fill es in for kook as heleaves for unnown reasions
  • Ballista (played by Samantha Brown) – A manipulative Canadian huntress who suppresses attackers with her physical beauty and deceiving charm. Her weapons of choice are a shield and sword. Matt and Jason, from the Canadian version of Splatalot, are both depicted to have a crush on her. In "And the Splatty Goes To," she won the Splatty Award for Most Valuable Defender. She is often depicted as one who feels that the male defenders act like showoffs whenever she does something.
  • Tinkor (played by Matt Burns) – A Canadian blacksmith who not only has built all of the Defenders' weapons, but his foul stench and appearance repulse everyone in the castle- attackers and defenders alike. His weapon of choice is a catapult, but sometimes he uses a handheld splatzooka. In "Beaver Tails," the attacker Sofia confuses Tinkor for his father Terry, who looks the same to each other. As shown in "Impossible is Nothing" and "Sarthak the Situation," he and Shaiden have a somewhat on-again-off-again relationship. His best friends are typically Kook and Skabb. He is capable of ticking Gildar off when the weapons do not work.
  • Shaiden (played by Grace Francis) – A British ninja and Thorne's sister who is known for her sneakiness and her temper when another Defender, mainly Skabb, calls her a "little girl;" is constantly annoyed by the other Defenders, as she feels she is the only one focused on the Attackers. Her weapon of choice is a katana. She seems to have an on-again-off-again relationship with Tinkor and tries to tempt Kook into making a fool of himself. During the ending in "It's Taco Day," she uses meditation to calm Skabb down after he loses his cool when Erik captured the Crown of Splatalot.
  • Knightriss (played by Gloria Onitri) – A Black British knight and Madeva's older sister, who competes with Gildar as the leader of the defenders. Her weapon of choice is a jousting lance. In "Talk to the Barrel," she and Thorne are depicted to have a relationship, as they are seen flirting over their defense styles against the attackers. In "Revenge of the Nerds," she and Thorne are arguing over who should fire the splatzooka. In "Alan Skabb Tonelli," she begins flirting with Skabb bringing on yet another relationship for this indecisive knight.
  • Crocness (played by Chenoa Deemal) – A cunning Australian Aboriginal swamptress who wears a crocodile around her neck and is known for her moss-covered hair. Her weapon of choice is a skull staff. Like Shaiden, she shows that she is on the edge who will focus on the attackers more than each other. In "It's Taco Day," she fills in for Gildar in the final round after he leaves the castle for a record label. In "The Cookies Crumble," Matt gives Jason a box of cookies that Crocness made, and they made Jason sick.

In Season 2[edit]

  • Madeva (played by Alexia Khadime) – A crazy female Black British Dragonslayer. The new leader of the defenders. Her weapon of choice is a giant claymore. She is Knightriss' sister.
  • Vane (played by Eric Johnston) – A lazy, greedy and talented yet vain Canadian archer who would rather eat a sandwich than defend the castle. Weapon of choice is a crossbow-styled cannon. He wears sunglasses with his name on them.
  • Faetal (played by Nicole Power) – A charming Canadian Amazon who feels all attackers are her favorite. Her Weapons of choice is a dagger and shield. She is revealed to be Gildar's cousin in "Two Drawbridges Up."

Rounds in Splatalot[edit]

Round 1: Cross the Moat[edit]

Round One sees the Attackers challenged with overcoming a series of large obstacles consisting of barrels, the battle axes, the bridge of disaster, and the defenders. Looking at time in this round as the fastest six attackers move on to the next round.

The fastest time on the Moat challenge is 0:43 by Deken (Allan Skabb Tonelli), and the slowest time is.

Round 2: Ditch the Dungeon (Escape the Stockade in the first season)[edit]

Contestants must go up a long staircase but, the defenders make the stairs really slippery by using the trademark slime balls, a foam gun and the Vile Volley. Also, the Defender at the top of the stairs uses the Purple Plague (a cart full of purple balls) and the Balls of Doom. The fastest four Attackers to overcome the obstacles, ditches the dungeon and capture the four flags advance to Round 3.

Round 3: Capture the Crown[edit]

In Round 3, the remaining four Attackers must race across the obstacle-ridden courtyard, up to the tower where the crown lies in wait. In their path are all 6 Defenders from both rounds taking up various positions around the courtyard, wielding various weapons and devices to impede the Attackers' progress. In the end, only one Attacker will make it past the Defenders and capture the crown, winning this week's episode, then they would rise the flag with the defenders clapping and the winner says the catchphrase, "I'm the king/queen of the castle" in Season 1.

In Season 2, they would choose a defender. Usually they would say for them to get launch out of the catapult. In the event of the night round, they would be blindfolded on the Scary-Go-Round and they would say, "My/Our first act as king/queen/ruler of Splatalot is to have one of you thrown into the moat/swamp. I/we wish I/we could do it to/it could be all of you, but today/tonight, it will be you, (insert Defender)!"

Interactive[edit]

As a companion website to the TV series, Splatalot.com featured Flash games and behind-the-scenes bonus material, as well as Defender and Host bios and other features. In 2013, the Splatalot! Dash! mobile game was released on iOS and Android platforms. It was followed by Splatalot Attack: A Hero RPG in 2017.

Game Stack[edit]

This series of online games emulates the athleticism and strategy an Attacker would need to be victorious on Splatalot!. In all, nine stand-alone Flash games are featured that allow users to play as either an Attacker or a Defender. Users have the option of combining their scores to build up their Splatalot! "Coat of Arms."

Tour the Castle[edit]

Users can view floor plans, conceptual drawings and photos of the castle and obstacle course.

Behind the Defenders[edit]

Users can watch bonus video content of the Defenders, as well as view their stats and read their back-stories, similar to that of professional athletes.

Highlight Shaker[edit]

A video highlight reel creator which lets users edit and create their own colour commentary and music to their favorite clips from the TV show. Updated weekly with new clips, users could also share their creations with friends.

Transmissions[edit]

Series Start date End date Episodes
1 14 March 2011 8 December 2011 26
2 10 November 2012 29 August 2013 26

Special[edit]

Date Entitle
3 November 2012 Celebrity Splatdown

Episodes[edit]

There are 12 attackers in Series 1 & 10 in Series 2. These are the attackers in each episode.

Season 1 (2011)[edit]

No. Title Attackers Winner Air date
1 Outnumbered, Outplayed and Outwetted Matt, Gita, Laura, Addison, Jordan, Ashley, Tyler, Michelle, Jackie, Charlie, Wesley & Alex Wesley 14 March 2011
2 Feel the Thunder Nick, Ada, Charlie, Anthony, Josephine, Liam, Tyler, Breanna, Janel, Melanie, Heather & Jonathan Charlie 15 March 2011
3 Sarthak: The Situation Ravina, Jacob, Autumn, Liam, Preslee, Sarthak, Maddie, Martin, Ethan, John, Sharissa & Haley Jacob 16 March 2011
4 Dilgar and Tam Ivanka, Sarah, Shaqeel, Tariq, Denver, Michael, Kristen, Kayla, Samantha, Liam, Cole & Ashley Tariq 17 March 2011
5 Talk to the Barrel Aileen, Marlin, Jennifer, Arnay, Janice, Erblin, Matt, Ala, Megan, George, Stephanie & Rob Jennifer 21 March 2011
6 And the Splatty Goes to Derek, Tamia, Kristine, Dylan, Adam, Tianna, Matt, Carolina, Jamie, Ryan, Jacy & Courtney Jamie 28 March 2011
7 Episodious Splaticus Adriana, Nicholas, Mouzhan, Trevon, Shae, Alexander, Anneke, Ajay, Asha, Graham, Hannah & Bradley Trevon 28 March 2011
8 Allan Skabb Tonelli Ellie, Amy, Sam, Emily, Caitlin, Kyle, Sydney, Jacqueline, Steven, Jamie, Deken & Kirsten Steven 18 April 2011
9 Splat of the Penguins Sandra, Henok, Joel, Kaitlyn, Jake, Yasmin, Ashley, Sofia, Shayne, Dylan, Samantha & Taylor Taylor 25 April 2011
10 Splatter's Delight Lizzie, Brad, Jonathan, Lory, Jamie, Clayton, Aaron, Rachel, Laurent, Sophie, Caroline & Keanna Caroline 2 May 2011
11 Barrel of Love Madisyn, Sydney, Chanelle, Craig, Rachel, Graham, Marianna, Megan, Steven, Patrick, Mariko & Chris Patrick 9 May 2011
12 Horseshoes and Volleyball Jenna, Timmy, Sneha, Tristan, Scott, Christine, Mikaela, Patrick, Briane, Arthur, William & Zachery Jenna 16 May 2011
13 Party Like It's 19.99 Connor, Sebastien, Shaun, Nakita, Madison, Kyle, Charlie, Samuel, Keisha, Harleen, Cidnee & Mikayla Samuel 30 May 2011
14 Country Style Jacob, Cassidy, Spencer, Greg, Meagan, Paige, Samantha, Paige II, Darrin, Wyatt, Daniel & Tracy Meagan 8 September 2011
15 The Finger Dance Justin, Cameron, Patricia, Nicole, Mackenzie, Sebastian, Thompson, Monique, Michelle, Samantha, Sarah & Curtis Mackenzie 15 September 2011
16 Shoved by a Rainbow Kyle, Tressa, Corey, Tamara, Maha, Nathan, Hazel, Jacob, Colleen, Andrea, John & Carly John 22 September 2011
17 Revenge of the Nerds Emily, Alexander, Jordan, Kaylee, Campbell, Hannah, Sarah, Matthew, Benita, Connor, Kiara & Rossi Connor 29 September 2011
18 What Came First the Chicken or the Kook Lucas, Nicole, Shania, Mitchell, Benito, Ana, Julian, Katrina, Taylor, Stefan, Audrey & Chyrelle Katrina 6 October 2011
19 Let's Get Unitarded Marco, Julian, Danielle, Travis, Jenn, Dominic, Sydney, Nicole, Olivia, Connor, Derek & Steven Dominic 13 October 2011
20 Impossible is Nothing Eli, Bradley, Holly, Carisa, Andrew, Sienna, Julia, Ian, Patrick, Drita, Taylor & Jamie Bradley 20 October 2011
21 The Cookies Crumble Estelle, Clare, Josh, Laurie, Alex, Olivia, Nicole, Adrian, Robyn, Julia, Janessa & Dustin Dustin 3 November 2011
22 Gildar Has a Secret Taylor, Devin, Dana, Austin, Madison, Michael, Carley Marie, Chris, Jesse, Carina, Tori & Mona Chris 10 November 2011
23 Beaver Tails Haley, Michael, Anish, Danielle, Kiana, Hannah, Sarah, Calvin, Corinne, Sofia, Steven & Brandon Michael 17 November 2011
24 The Unhappy Dance Kate, Sandra, Cole, Madison, Oliver, Amanda, John, Jenna, Jeff, Astrid, Amina & Jarid John 24 November 2011
25 It's Taco Day Erik, Emily, Carmen, Margaret, Sam, Stephanie, Michael, Sharon, Zaryn, Elijah, Ellen & Marcus Erik 1 December 2011
26 Crocness and the Corner of Doom Stacey, Kira, Fraser, Adrian, Nicholas, Ryan, Shanker, Madison, Breana, Ethan, Shaun & Lian Nicholas 8 December 2011

Special (2012)[edit]

Title Attackers Winner Air date
Celebrity Splatdown Brendan Meyer, Matreya Fedor, Gig Morton, Kurt Ostlund and Emily Tennant (Mr. Young)
Torri Webster, Madison Pettis, Nathan McLeod, Michael Murphy and Jake Goodman (Life with Boys)
Brendan Meyer 3 November 2012

The second season premiered on 3 November 2012 on YTV with a one-hour "Celebrity Splatdown" special between the casts of Life with Boys and Mr. Young, who were respectively competing on behalf of ONEXONE’s First Nations School Breakfast Programs and YMCA of Canada’s food programs for a $3,000 cheque. It was filmed in front of a live audience.[9]

Season 2[edit]

No. Title Attackers Winner Air date
1 You Simmer Down Erica, Tobi, Taylor, Liam, Julia, Brandon, Brianna, Nehemiah, Justin & Tyke Tyke 10 November 2012
2 Girls vs. Boys Splatdown Asvini, Owen, Katherine, Ben, Tyson, Ayda, Daniel, Nina, Jayson & Breanne Daniel 17 November 2012
3 Classic Nana Isabella, Cameron, Elyjah, Brooke-Lynn, Sarah, Dustin, Brianna, Madison, Darren & Brendan Elyjah 24 November 2012
4 Sleepy Matty Tim, John, Celeste, Danielle, Judy, Heather, Sarah, Brandon, Brent & Matthew Brandon 5 January 2013
5 You Bet Your Trousers Nadia, Madison, Brooke, Jacob, Goran, Taylor, Saad, Marcus, Luke & Mikayla Brooke 19 January 2013
6 We Are Not Alone Tianna, Brendan, Stef, Caleb, Chloe, Tristan, Austin, Andrea, Kiyan & Mandy Tristan 2 February 2013
7 Two Drawbridges Up Forrest, Monica, Alyssa, Mitchell, Marco, Keara, Kylee, Taylor, Michaela & Mark Taylor 9 February 2013
8 The Magic of Television Kyra, Tristin, Mandy, Marco, Bianca, Jacob, Natasha, Iarin, Jordan & Robbie Marco 16 February 2013
9 Splatalot Days & Splatalot Nights Emily, Collin, Summer, Nic, Jordan, Mai, Tyrell, Alanna, Victoria & Joshua Emily 16 February 2013
10 Of Mice and Splatmen Cashmeira, Alexa, Jasmine, Brett, Travis, Keaton, Chris, Andrew, Grace & Craig Cashmeira 23 February 2013
11 Nation vs. Nation Splatdown Eftihia (Greece), Lara (Turkey), Jayden (Australia), Rebecca (USA), Leanne (UK), Dayton (Canada), Adrianna (Serbia), Veronika (Brazil), Jordan (Jamaica) & Joshua (Italy) Joshua 2 March 2013
12 When Hairy Met Matty Christianna, Alexsandra, Joshua, Maarukh, Hasan, Rafael, Brittany, Carly, Tobias & Victoria Tobias
13 Dude, Where's My Crown? Daniel, Seana, Markus, Jack, Victoria, Ashley, Cassidy, Turner, Princess & Bryan Turner
14 Twins vs. Twins Splatdown Steph & Jillian, Steph & Sarah, Rane & Jared, Marwa & Elham and Aunna & James Rane & Jared
15 Teachers vs. Students Splatdown Miss Melissa, Shaishav, Mr Chris, Mikayla, Ryleigh, Mr Dain, Olivia, Selwyn, Miss Jessie & Mr Charles Mr Dain
16 Best Friends Splatdown Krystal & Dominique, Jared & Rajan, Taylor & Kyle, Mary & Connor & Wyatt & Noah Mary & Connor 20 August 2013
17 Parents & Kids Splatdown Charles & Dave, Dawn & Grant, Sam & Tracey, Adrea & Adler & Natasha & Rick Charles & Dave 12 January 2013
18 Parents & Kids Splatdown II Sebastien & Jocelynne, Manny & Pearce, Randy & Juliet, Sandra & Victoria & James & Bryanna Sebastien & Jocelynne 27 August 2013
19 Awesome Sandwich Club Bailey, Jade, Cameron, Emma, Griffen, Elijah, Amanda, Chami, Ryan & Joshua Griffen 20 August 2013
20 Car Trouble Neil, Shantae, Ellie, Hannah, Kevin, Braden, Kayla, Sarah, Travis & Quinton Neil 13 August 2013
21 Splatalot! Dancealot! Keenan, Hannah, Shania, Parker, Alvan, Jor-El, Kelsey, Talia, Aimee & James Parker 14 August 2013
22 Three Cheers for Everything Lachlan, Anushka, Sarah, Kyle, Bronwyn, Kallie, Jastinder, Annupal, Samantha & Sam Lachlan 15 August 2013
23 Bucket List: Check Sean, Lauren, Owen, Keith, Tyler, Kaylin, Aliana, Christopher, Haley & Madison Christopher 21 August 2013
24 Jay and the Madman Aristasia, Reece, Liam, Taylor, Emily, Madison, Jack, Tyler, Rida & Brayden Brayden 22 August 2013
25 Laundry Day Nick, Jordan, Joycelynn, Soranne, Abby, Jacob, Michela, Nathan, Tyree & Dylan Tyree 28 August 2013
26 Call Matt the Handyman Maybe Paige, Teah, Giancarlo, Jenn, Jake, Hailey, Rahul, Arran, Breanne & Michael Michael 29 August 2013

International broadcast[edit]

The Canadian version premiered on Nickelodeon in the United States on 16 July 2012.[10] The British version aired on Disney XD channels in the EMEA regions.[11] Dutch broadcaster Z@PP filmed their own host segments with local talent Ron Boszhard and Viviënne van den Assem in 2012.[12] Splatalot! has been seen in over 100 countries worldwide.[13]

On 13 March 2018, BYUtv announced that they had acquired the rights to air the series in the United States. On 2 April, the channel began running the first season of the show with new hosted segments starring Stacey Harkey and Tori Pence.[14] On 8 October, the channel began airing the second season, again with Harkey and Pence hosting.[15] Both seasons are now archived on the stations website with Harkey and Pence's commentary remaining exclusive to the network.

Reruns can be seen on the Canadian game show channel GameTV, starting in the fall of 2019, and again in spring 2021.[citation needed]

Smashalot![edit]

Following the conclusion of the second season's production in 2012, the show's unattended set in Amaranth, Ontario attracted the attention of trespassers. A YouTube video by user Bright Sun Films exploring the location garnered over 600,000 viewers before being pulled a year later at the request of Marblemedia.[16][17] The set hadn't been dismantled as the producers continued to pursue a revival of the show. Due to safety concerns, the township's mayor had requested the presence of around the clock security.[18]

In late 2017, Marblemedia confirmed it was developing a family-oriented revival set to begin shooting in the summer of 2018.[19] However, those plans were abandoned and the set was later demolished in January 2019. Marblemedia turned the demolition into a YouTube spin-off series called Smashalot!.[20][21] Featuring former contestants and YouTube personalities (including Bright Sun Films) destroying a segment of the castle in each episode, the show is hosted by Jason Agnew and Gildar.[22]

Episodes[edit]

Series # Title Original airdate
1"Everyone's Favorite Viking"28 February 2019
2"It's Damp, Sure"28 February 2019
3"Gildar with a J"28 February 2019
4"You Big Baby"28 February 2019
5"Same Old Same Old"28 February 2019
6"Undead Smasher"28 February 2019
7"Kingdom Kondos"7 March 2019
8"We All Have Faults"7 March 2019
9"Baby Troll Doll"7 March 2019
10"Sisters of Eastwick"7 March 2019
11"Raccoon Family Robinson"7 March 2019
12"Wisp of Glory"7 March 2019

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