It's the finals, and there's a surprise in store for reigning champs Owen and Gwen: All their former teammates are back for the last challenge.
In the semi-final round, Heather, Gwen & Owen are forced to play a game of I Triple Dog Dare You, a twisted version of "spin the bottle meets truth or dare". Unbeknownst to the campers, their former teammates have participated by coming up with the sickest, twisted, cruelest dares they could think of to inflict humiliation. Dares such as... licking Owen's armpit, re-chewing Harold's gum, eating your own toenails, and giving a purple nurple to a grizzly bear. Owen takes all the dares in stride, and even wins several "get out of dare free" cards. But Heather and Gwen are in fierce competition to inflict the worst imaginable trauma to each other in an attempt to kick the other out.
The campers wake up in the middle of the wilderness, and Sergeant Chef assigns a grueling mission: find base camp with only the sparsest of supplies.
A torrential rainstorm washes away the cabins, and Duncan, Gwen and Heather wake up in the middle of Lake Leech with no idea where they are.
This episode offers a recap of the "Total Drama Island" season, as well as a look at the losers.
The campers are paired up in teams again - only these are the most unholy alliances ever dreamt up by Chris. There's Leshawna & Duncan, Gwen & Geoff and Owen & Heather. All three teams are literally handcuffed together in a twisted version of a Triathalon which includes ... force feeding each other, a trip to Boney Island to return Beth's evil Tiki doll and creating a Totem Pole of Shame using carved wooden heads of their former ousted team mates. Leshawna and Duncan are working brilliantly together - in fist fights and wrestling matches. but Heather and Owen area total mismatch. It's anyone's guess who will be able to win the race, without killing each other first.
The campers are challenged to become Game Wardens and bag a beast in eight hours, armed with only nets, buckets, paper towels and a tranquilizer gun.
Chris and Chef are nowhere to be found in this spooky episode that has campers watching a horror movie about an escaped Chainsaw Psycho Killer who lives in the woods. One by one, our campers disappear, unaware that this whole reign of horror is just another challenge orchestrated by show's producers. What no one knows is that there really is a psycho killer loose in the woods who really is preying on the campers. In fact, he comes face for face with one camper who takes him down in an awesome show of courage that wins them invincibility! The bonfire vote has campers judging who was the biggest wimp?
The campers must not only race on a treacherous motor cross course but also build their own bicycles using supplies from the Arts & Crafts Lodge.
The campers play hide-and-seek with ruthless Chef Hatchet as their seeker, combining his guerilla tactics, super soaker and hate-on for the campers.
The camp scallywags set out on ye olde "Scavenger Hunt for Treasure" challenge -- only they're actually hunting for the keys to the treasure chests.
The teams are dissolved, and it's every camper for himself. Contestants must answer Camp Wawanakwa trivia questions or spin the Wheel of Misfortune.
The campers have reached the halfway point. Their reward is ...no vote-off this week. Their challenge is... eat a nine course meal of disgusting stuff in the vilest banquet Chef has ever served up... including, live grasshopper & anchovies pizza and bunion soup with hangnail crackers. To make things interesting, Chris pits the guys against the girls in a Battle of the Sexes. Everyone puts in a valiant effort not to barf, but there's one camper who cannot be beat during the final round of chugging Cockroach Shots. Who will win the prize of a two-night stay at a five star resort? And who will be left behind picking bugs and hairballs out of their teeth?
The campers are challenged to participate in an X-treme Sports Challenge that includes Sofa Bed Skydiving and Mechanical Moose Rodeo Riding.
The campers are sent to an insane boot camp, Chef Hatchet style. The only rule -- they go until everyone drops out and one camper is left standing.
Campers take on three trust challenges: extreme rock climbing, preparing their partner a blowfish dinner and scaling an obstacle course blindfolded.