Present are the episode summaries for TV Stars Bollywood.Episode 1 •• Episode 2 •• Episode 3 •• Episode 4 •• Episode 5 •• Episode 6 •• Episode 7 •• Episode 8 ••
Loose Lips Sink Ships
|PREPARE FOR TROUBLE!|
|MAKE IT DOUBLE!|
In the city of Mumbai, thirteen new Celebrity competitors - Tom Nook, Regina George, Dravivor654, Leonard, Alyssa Edwards, Clemont, Alex Jones, Mr. Peanutbutter, Team Rocket Jessie, Team Rocket James, Ashlee Hyuckari, April Smith, and Ori - gathered to be welcomed into TV Stars Bollywood.
Jessie and James both welcomed themselves to the game obnoxiously, while the Host introduced everyone else. As the Celebrities began to mingle outside of the House, Clemont introduced himself as the "gym leader of Lumiose City". This surprised Jessie and James, and the three immediately hit it off as friends and allies.
In confessionals, the players introduced themselves to the audience.
|I'm scared to compete...I mean, I'm a gym leader, but I can't even survive outside of my gym! Much less in this glamorous house with all these pretty girls!|
|We've even got a nerd on this season? TV Stars sure knows how to get losers on its show. This is perfect!|
Dravivor felt the need to immediately reveal who he was in order to prevent being targeted early on for his legacy. He admitted to being on a previous reality show before this and doing very well in two of his three previous seasons, but everyone already knew who he was.
|THEY ALREADY KNOW ME!!!! THAT INFURIATES ME!!!!! I'M GONNA BURN DOWN THIS HOUSE!!!!|
Dravivor attempted to start a fire to burn down the House, but Mr. Peanutbutter quickly interjected that Dravivor had no idea how to start a fire, and shared a relatable story about how the fire department has made countless visits to his home.
However, before Dravivor could burn down the House, the Host grabbed everyone's attention at the front door step. He revealed that the thirteen new competitors, in fact, were not alone in the game.
Everyone became shocked to learn that they would be joined by three rejects of the series. Within moments, the three returnees would storm the new competitors by charging out of the seemingly locked doors in the TV Stars House.
The first former competitor to burst in was Korra, the first person cancelled in TV Stars Broadway.
Korra joined the competitors but was told by the Host to stand on a purple mat instead of inserting herself into the circle of newbies. The second competitor to join them was Villager, the third person cancelled in TV Stars Las Vegas.
|I'm back! :) My axe is extra sharp this time, and I'm not taking any prisoners. I'm just going to murder the entire competition instead. :)|
Villager was then instructed to stand on a yellow mat beside Korra. The third and final returnee to join the game was Farrah Abraham, the fourth person cancelled in TV Stars Around the World.
|I'm so pretty!|
Farrah was pointed to a white mat, and the three returning rejects stood in front of the new competitors to see angered faces.
The Host inquired to the newbies about how they felt on seeing the returning players in the game. Regina commented that it was great, but her smile was very forced. Ashlee openly stated that she was not ready to compete with them.
The Host revealed that the returning players were not the only twist this season. They would be choosing teams, known as Cliques, for everyone to compete in. The twist was simple: each Clique would contain five members. Each round, they would compete in a brand new competition, known as the "Control of the Game" competition. The winning Clique would receive immunity, the other two losing Cliques would vote someone out of the game.
As the schoolyard pick for Cliques began, several players became anxious of being eliminated. With sixteen people overall, one person was destined not to be chosen.
In the end, Clemont, Leonard, Alex, and Mr. Peanutbutter remained the four that were un-chosen. Korra's final choice of Clemont saved him, leaving Villager and Farrah to make a tough decision on who to eliminate.
Villager chose Leonard, saving him. Farrah was then left with the decision to eliminate one of Alex or Mr. Peanutbutter. To make this decision, she held a miniature challenge - the first person to say "I" would be chosen. Mr. Peanutbutter was the first person to say "I"...so Farrah cruelly chose Alex instead.
Ashlee, Clemont, Regina, April
Ori, Leonard, Tom, Jessie
Alex, James, Dravivor, Alyssa
Mr. Peanutbutter, now without a Clique, was informed that he was the first person eliminated from TV Stars Bollywood. He turned around, without ever even getting the chance to enter the House, and left.
With the Cliques now settled, the Host allowed the fifteen players still in the game entry to the House.
Inside, several players began to socialize and make friends. Villager and Tom Nook agreed to be allies and companions at the start of the game.
April began to talk about her music with the others in the competition, but was mostly ignored in favor of others. Because of this, April found an attachment to Korra, as she was the only person willing to listen to her talk.
|I know it'll be easy for me to win this game because I'm the ultimate people person! From the day I was born, my moxie and ambition have astounded everyone I've met. I'm playing TV Stars down to the letter, and it's gonna be a wild ride. Get ready!|
As time progressed and everyone became situated, Ori formed an alliance with several new players.
|Yo yo yo yo YO dawgs! Those returnees gotta get OUT!|
Ori and the entirety of all new players, except for Dravivor, were joined together in this new alliance to eliminate the returnees. Ori made them all promise to stick by his side and vote out the returning players, the first to go being Korra.
Everyone agreed to work with him, disbanding the meeting. However, this alliance immediately fell flat when April decided to inform Korra about it.
Korra, offended that anyone would try to ruin her second chance in the game, stormed into the living room and shouted at Ori that trying to eliminate her was a foolish move. "Loose lips sink ships," she said.
Ori, frustrated that someone would try to ruin his alliance by exposing him, went on a mission to discover who the splinter cell was. Dravivor realized that he was not inducted into this alliance, and proceeded to join forces with Korra, April, Villager, and Farrah in their quest to eliminate Ori.
After things calmed down, the Host gathered everyone for the first ever Control of the Game competition. He explained that the challenge would be played out by the returning players this round, with the winning Clique being immune for the week.
This competition was titled "House of Cards", and inevitably, it was won by Korra, securing herself, Regina, April, Ashlee, and Clemont immunity.
|"House of Cards"|
Ashlee, Clemont, Regina, April
After the challenge was competed, Villager made a comment that Korra was officially his number one target in the game, agreeing with Ori's plan that she should go as soon as possible.
The five winners were brought into a new bedroom where they were to rest for the rest of the week. Filled with luxurious amenities, these players would never want to leave. The five were instructed to vote for someone to receive a reward.
The reward was detailed to be an Extra Vote, and they chose to give it to Jessie.
In the main game, Regina formed an alliance of people she referred to as her "Plastics". These loyal followers assisted her in everyday things in the House, with their first act being a blindside on Ori.
However, as the Host announced the MVP vote, things changed. America voted in Dravivor654 with 80% of the votes in his favor. After losing MVP status, Alex began to feel depressed.
Missing his life back home, he asked the others to vote him out. Farrah became happy that he was going out, and insisted that everyone follow his wishes, as she did not want to be the first returning player eliminated.
|I'm glad Alex is quitting the game. That just means it's not me!|
At elimination, Alex received his wish, as even he voted himself out in a unanimous vote, with only one vote going astray.
|Backstage Elimination #1|
Alex (10 Votes)
Villager, Jessie, Jessie, Tom, Leonard,
Farrah, James, Alyssa, Dravivor, Alex
Villager (1 Vote)
This Is Our Game, Our Time
The episode opened with Ashlee making a comment that the returning players were annoying to her.
Tom Nook and Villager began discussing their lives back home, together. Tom discussed how Villager used to work for him and owed him money, but that he had paid off his debts.
Villager slyly commented that Tom owed debt to him, but he was clueless as to what he was saying.
|Time for another day of Tom wrapped around my adorable little finger. He's such a fool. :)|
Leonard observed this crooked behavior from Villager and went on to discuss to the others about how Tom seemed upset and shaken by Villager's antics. Before anything further could occur, the Host called everyone together for the next Control of the Game competition.
For this challenge, previous Celebrities would be named off using clues to their identity, and the competing players would have to lock in their responses to score a point. The first Clique to three points would be immune for the rest of the week.
|"Name That Celebrity"|
Farrah, James, Alyssa
With Farrah's Clique immune, Dravivor, Farrah, Alyssa, and James were sent to the Control of the Game room, where they would vote for someone to receive a reward of a penalty vote, which the winner could give to anyone they wanted.
While they decided on who to vote, Dravivor mocked Farrah for her inability to win the first challenge for their Clique, calling her a "dumb f-cking platypus". Alyssa sided with Dravivor, ironically making Farrah upset with them both.
James then voted for Jessie to receive the penalty vote, and the others agreed with him. James cited that his partner in the game needed it to assist them in finding the rarest Pikachu, and she won it in a unanimous vote. She ultimately decided to give it to Ashlee.
This infuriated her, causing her to lash out at Korra, seeing as she already did not like her. Ashlee campaigned to get her out of the game.
|You act so big and bad when everyone knows you're just a weak woman on the inside, waiting to like, crack tbh!|
|I'm not here to make friends. All my life, I've been told what to do and when to do it by my father...by Tenzin...by the White Lotus. I'm tired of being pushed around.|
The two further argued as America voted for someone to be the MVP for the week with 75% of the votes. Tom was declared the winner. He thanked America, and the two fighting women were suddenly silenced.
Despite this fighting shaking the House for the week, April did not want to vote out Ashlee like Korra had desired. Instead, she reminded her that Ori was the orchestrator of the alliance to get out the returnees. Even if Ashlee wanted her out as well, Ori was a stronger threat to them both.
|This elimination is going to be amazing...all because of me!|
|That mess that just happened isn't even my FULL power. I can totally destroy this game if I wanted to.|
With elimination looming, Ori seemed to feel safe and confident as Ashlee had created a target on her back, as her campaign to eliminate Korra grew into anger, venting, and frustration.
At this point, Clique lines became alliances, as Korra teamed up with her Clique against Villager's Clique, but several splinters in the alliances resulted in the shocking elimination...
|Backstage Elimination #2|
Ori (7 Votes)
Korra, Regina, April, Clemont,
Villager, Jessie, Tom
Korra (3 Votes)
Ashlee, Ori, Leonard
Ashlee (1 Vote)
...of Ori, in the first blindside of the season. He stood and exited the game promptly, resulting in Ashlee throwing a temper tantrum/
Take Our Season Back
At the beginning of the week, Villager and Tom bonded over flower-picking in the House garden. Villager offered him a flower, along with the rest of the House, but he was the only one to accept it.
Jessie and James continued to discuss how they planned on capturing a rare "Pikachu", and cackled irritatingly to each other.
The rest remained mostly reserved until the next Control of the Game Competition was announced. Villager met with his Clique members, Jessie, Tom, and Leonard, to discuss their strategy.
|My team defied me...without hesitation. I wanted Leonard to go to prove that he could bring something to this team. :)|
In the Control of the Game Competition, Ashlee competed for Korra's Clique, Jessie for Villager's Clique, and Alyssa for Farrah's Clique. The three women were brought into the competition area and were explained the rules of the "House Names" competition.
Villager, Tom, Leonard
Before the challenge, Regina made a comment about how Alyssa was a weak person, and that she doubted she could win the challenge. However, to her surprise, Alyssa was not the person to watch fail.
Ashlee exclaimed in the middle of the competition that she was not playing to win.
Ultimately, Jessie won the challenge, resulting in a win for Villager's Clique and proving Regina correct.
With elimination in the future for her Clique, April began strategizing with Korra about the vote, seeing as how Ashlee threw it to ensure there was no immunity for the Avatar.
|My entire strategic game is based on who I think would survive the longest in a slasher movie. And... well, if you last longer than ten minutes, you're probably alright!|
April and Korra conspired together about possibly complying with Ashlee to get the target off of their backs. They talked to Ashlee about this plan, only for Ashlee to laugh in their faces.
Ashlee became excited that everyone had agreed to vote with her to eliminate Korra, and her fate was seemingly sealed. However, in a twist of fate, the Control of the Game players decided to give a reward of Immunity to Korra.
Now immune, the anti-returnee alliance was only able to eliminate Farrah, should their wishes allow for it. Ashlee still pushed to weaken Korra's alliance by voting out April and attempted to change the vote in her direction.
Dravivor, furious that Korra was given immunity, questioned if the game was being rigged against his favor. He demanded to win MVP status, but instead, James won with 55% of the votes.
Suddenly, irritated that all of her plans were falling apart, Ashlee had an outburst, shouting that Regina was a slut and was unfaithful to her allies. Regina quickly became upset with Ashlee and began pushing for her elimination.
Before the night of elimination, Regina, Alyssa, Farrah, and Dravivor were dead-set on voting out Ashlee. However, Ashlee's attempts to vote out a returnee made April and Korra team up against Farrah.
Also, due to Farrah's sudden quietness in the game and her attempt to hide in the background to disguise her previously over-the-top and negative game, Korra attempted to sway her entire Clique to vote with her to blindside Farrah.
At elimination, Ashlee continued to push for April's elimination, while the others campaigned for Farrah and Ashlee to go home. Who would be the third person eliminated from the competition?
|Backstage Elimination #3|
Farrah (4 Votes)
Korra, Regina, April, Clemont
Ashlee (3 Votes)
Farrah, Alyssa, Dravivor
April (1 Vote)
Farrah found herself voted out pre-jury once again, ultimately failing in redeeming herself in the game.
|What happened for you to be eliminated like that?|
|I feel violated, dehumanized, and totes spent.|
|How do you feel about the others left in the game?|
|I hate them.|
|Do you think you could ever play for a third time?|
Don't Get Bitter, Just Get Better
At the start of the next week of the game, nobody seemed directly phased by Farrah's elimination. The two returning players had their own troubles, opting not to worry about Farrah tanking her own game.
|There's a cancer on our team, and his name is Leonard. :) He's annoying, optimistic, and downright stupid. I want to take my axe to his soft face right now.|
|A returning player going means trouble for me. This is just like that time Amon first took people's bending away...and I'm next.|
Regina negatively spoke about Farrah, stating that her leaving was bound to happen because of her ugliness. Ashlee also spoke negatively of her, stating that she was happy to have a returnee out of the game.
As time moved on, Ashlee felt betrayed by her allies in the game because April was not eliminated. She met with Regina to discuss the previous vote, and she stated that she was siding with her team.
Meanwhile, Tom and Villager continued their bonding session. The two agreed to stick together through to the merge of Cliques and jury, and Tom also offered to bribe his alliance with Villager by removing his total debt to him back home.
In the next Control of the Game competition, all competitors that had not previously competed were put into the challenge by default. Therefore, Clemont, Leonard, and James competed for Korra, Villager, and Farrah respectively.
Dravivor threatened James, stating that he needed to win or he would "deport [him] to Afghanistan".
During the non-live competition, Clemont, Leonard, and James competed to complete a puzzle in an isolated room, leaving the rest to ponder how it was going for them.
|My clique is doomed. I have high hopes on Dravivor and James since they seem to know what they're doing, but us three don't seem to be enough to beat the other Cliques...GAG!|
Alyssa and Dravivor seemed less than confident that James would pull off the win, but Villager seemed equally as unconfident in Leonard, citing that he was too lame to win the challenge.
Regina and Ashlee sat down to talk while waiting for the competition reveal. Ashlee stated that she was a beautiful girl, but Regina shot her down, stating that her parents lied to her when they told her she was pretty.
|Y'all real shady up in here. What's the tea?|
Regina and Ashlee bickered while Villager and Tom also argued over money. After Villager became irritated, he made a comment about shedding Tom's blood, shocking everyone, including Korra, who believed Villager was secretly a "blood bender".
Alyssa attempted to calm everyone down, telling them all to shut up and sit down. Afterwards, the Host called everyone together to reveal who the winners were for the Control of the Game competition.
It was revealed that James had won, pulling out a surprise victory for himself, Alyssa, and Dravivor.
|Well done, b-tch! You SLAYED that!|
Jessie congratulated James on his victory, but James was entirely unamused, since his goal was ultimately to find Pokemon, not win competitions.
Leonard apologized for losing, stating that he was a "charisma based Wizard", not a strong one. Clemont argued that his gear must have malfunctioned on him, resulting in him losing.
Villager and Korra both began to strategize about the vote, each with a different idea on how the vote would go down.
|The weak link is more than clear. Leonard will be murdered tonight. :)|
Meanwhile, Korra and April discussed the vote. April commented that Ashlee had once again attempted to swindle her into voting for Korra.
|Ashlee believes she can spin me round and round like a record and spin me right out of this game. Little does she know, I’m not going anywhere. Who’s spinning who now?|
The Control of the Game players voted to give Jessie yet another advantage. Dravivor, James, and Alyssa decided that she could be an additional vote to save their Clique if they were to lose again, and so they gave her the ability to remove someone's ability to vote.
Jessie decided to take away Regina's vote, believing her to be too wishy-washy at the elimination.
Later on in the week, Tom was declared the MVP with 70% of the votes. He thanked America, wishing them happy days in paying their bills on time.
Leonard, in an attempt to save himself from elimination, decided that he would give up on Wizardry. He approached Villager threateningly, promising that he would have his vengeance.
|A long time ago, we threw Scarlett off the boat. And some day, we're going to do the same to you...metaphorically.|
Villager did not appreciate this attempt to save himself and intimidate Villager.
|Leonard's little stunt today was pathetic. Taking off his robe? Attacking me? I'm the only one who gets to do the attacking. And when I attack, it's bad. :) Blood will spill everywhere.|
As all hope seemed lost on Leonard, April took a stand to talk to the House, stating that Ashlee had sang her "swan song".
|I know Ashlee's trying to take a big bite out of this game, more than she can chew.|
Ashlee, offended, screamed that she was going to come out on top to win the game over the returnees. April and Korra schemed together behind the scenes, approaching members of Villager's Clique to pull them into their vote, as all members of Korra's Clique were united once again for the vote.
|I've decided to change my vote tonight due to the fact that some of my team members have earned my trust. But if anything comes back around on my poor decision, these so called "teammates" will be the first ones to die. Don't forget it.|
Suddenly, the game had shifted in favor of eliminating Ashlee, but would she be able to stay?
Ashlee argued with Korra about her shenanigans with her "spirit world". Korra stated that she was going to fight back against Ashlee's oppression against her, and Ashlee mocked her apparent abilities.
|This is reality, and people slay more than you, that's all it is, tbh.|
In response to the heated elimination vote, Alyssa teased Ashlee about her impending doom.
|Don't get bitter, just get better, girl.|
|Backstage Elimination #4|
Ashlee (7 Votes)
Korra, April, Clemont, Villager,
Jessie, Tom, Leonard
Korra (1 Vote)
Ashlee was eliminated from the game because of her threatening and controlling gameplay style.
|This game is beginning to move so much faster than I had expected. I wanted the little rat, Leonard, to go tonight, but sometimes, the murder comes from the back, not the front. He won't expect it when the time comes.|
Walking the Most Dangerous of Tightropes
At the start of the week, Clemont discussed how he was surprised that he had made it so far despite being one of the weaker players.
Villager noted in a confessional that Clemont, like many, was safe in favor of eliminating some of the bigger threats in the game.
|Korra is still emerging as one of the biggest threats in this game. My big, adorable eyes are on her.|
The next Control of the Game competition ensued, with all players being eligible to compete once more. Korra, Villager, and Dravivor nominated themselves to compete for their respective Cliques.
Dravivor ultimately won for his Clique, securing safety for himself, Alyssa, and James for the second time in a row. James did not have confidence in him winning, but after he did, Alyssa stated that James "had [her] shook".
|Good job, Dravivor! Well done!!|
After the competition concluded, Villager began a crusade against Leonard, getting everyone on the bandwagon to vote him out before he could get any closer to making the jury.
Dravivor, James, and Alyssa agreed to give a reward to Regina, which was revealed to be immunity that she had to give to someone else besides herself. After receiving it, Villager coerced her to give it to anyone but Leonard, and she ultimately chose Korra.
Secretly, Regina attempted to make a deal with Korra to get the immunity back, claiming that she needed it more than her.
|Regina told me to give her the immunity back, but...part of being the Avatar is making tough decisions.|
Later on in the week, America voted for the MVP, and chose Leonard to win with 60% of the votes.
With Leonard now immune, and Villager's plan completely foiled, Villager began what he referred to as a "Clique War", aiming his target at someone from Korra's side.
|All this chaos goin' on after Leonard won MVP...glad I'm safe! *tongue pop*|
Villager and Tom, the main alliance of Villager's Clique, discussed voting out Regina, one of Korra's closest allies in the game. Tom agreed and decided that they would need people from Korra's Clique to flip and vote with them.
Meanwhile, Korra and April, the true final two alliance of her Clique, decided that they would need to vote out someone threatening to them to save Regina, even if it meant sacrificing someone from their Clique to appease Villager.
April stated that they would need to pull Leonard in for the vote since Villager and Tom were targeting him, and Korra agreed.
|It's so sad to see those guys sh-tting on Leonard like this. Man, I wish he would just dump acid on their faces. He should do that.|
Villager and Tom mocked Leonard in the living room while discussing the vote, much to Leonard's dismay, as he could hear it in the other room.
April approached him about fighting back against Villager, but Leonard stated that he did not want to fight. Instead, he decided that he wanted to stick with the original plan to weaken Korra's Clique.
Villager later threatened that he would murder everyone in the competition, starting with Regina.
|I knew the game was hard, but I didn't know we were against actual murderers!|
April and Korra continued to strategize with others to vote out their secret target, but it was clear that either Regina would fall or Korra's secret target would go instead.
|I'm walking the most dangerous of tightropes right now. I'm like a shipwrecked sailor without a lighthouse to save me from the sea - and I love every second of the pandemonium!|
Korra pulled Jessie aside and whispered a secret target in her ear, indicating that she was aligned with Jessie, and loosely, James. Regina feared that this was a blindside aimed against her, but maintained faith that Korra would stick with her.
|It's hard to admit defeat because it makes me look ten years older, but I'm not so sure about this anymore...|
At elimination, all voters felt terrified of the vote, with the only safe person being Korra.
|Backstage Elimination #5.1|
Regina (4 Votes)
Clemont, Villager, Tom, Leonard
Clemont (4 Votes)
Korra, Regina, April, Jessie
The vote was revealed to be a tie between Regina and the secret target, Clemont.
|This tie was slightly predictable. There's two sides battling it out right now. :) It's sweet.|
|Glad that ain't me out there!|
Korra and April, along with Villager and Tom, decided that they needed Jessie to vote with them. Being the core swing-vote in the tie, Jessie was frustrated.
|This is racking my brain! I wish I could do more fun and mindless activities such as capturing Pokemon!|
Positive that Jessie was on her side to eliminate Clemont, April promised that she would go to the end with her. In a confessional, April made a shady comment about her game.
|As of a couple days ago, I stopped wearing Team Korra's colors and started wearing my own, and I'll be wearing these until I get home. April's playing a me game, darlings!|
|Backstage Elimination #5.2|
Regina (3 Votes)
Villager, Tom, Leonard
Clemont (3 Votes)
Korra, April, Jessie
Jessie remained on Korra's side, voting for Clemont to go home instead of Regina. The vote deadlocked, leaving Regina and Clemont to draw straws.
|Backstage Elimination #5.3|
Regina succeeded in surviving the draw, eliminating Clemont from the competition.
|I never even got to show off all of my inventions!|
Full Control of This Hell Hole
Right at the beginning of the week, the Host called all remaining competitors to the living room, where he announced that the Cliques were officially disbanded, and that VIP competitions would return to the series.
|Thank God! I am REUNITED AT LAST with James!|
|I've always been more of an individual girl anyways~|
Since the Cliques were disbanded, Control of the Game competitions would no longer be a part of the game. However, despite the Cliques twist being out of the game, many people continued to follow the boundaries of Clique lines.
|Even though cliques are over, the Krew is still together. The new Krew.|
For the main villain, Villager, larger voting numbers equaled out to a need for a larger alliance.
|Korra and I, whether we like it or not, are in a serious position of power. And I intend to use every ounce of my energy and bloodthirst on making sure Regina and Leonard don't reach the end.|
With Villager and Korra at peace for the time being, Regina and Leonard became the primary targets for the week right at the start of the week.
Tom and Villager teamed up with Korra and April to form a tight alliance of four.
Regina was clueless that she was a target for the week, seemingly. Despite knowing that she was a third member to Korra's alliance, she made plans to dominate the game.
|I can't wait to have full control of this hell hole!|
At the site of the VIP Competition, Jessie and James arrived with April's accordion that they had stolen, and Jessie played it badly in an attempt to summon a Pokemon.
While the two did their own thing off at the side of the competition, the rest competed heavily to win the first VIP of the season.
|Can we just give VIP to the most important and prettiest person here?|
Despite Alyssa coming surprisingly close to beating her, April managed to win the title as the first VIP of the season.
Regina complained about the challenge, calling it horrible and stated that she was not supposed to do physical activity.
As the week progressed on, a target grew on Regina's back as Leonard attempted to save himself.
Leonard met with Tom to discuss the incoming vote behind Villager's back, and the two agreed to blindside Regina. At the same time, with April as the VIP and unable to vote, Korra and Villager decided to eliminate Leonard, but needed another person to vote with them to make it happen.
The two assumed Tom was with them on the decision, so they talked with Farrah's Clique each separately about it. Dravivor and James were uncertain about their loyalty in the game, but Alyssa was quickly on board with voting off Leonard.
It came time for the MVP vote, and America chose for Jessie to be immune with 80% of the votes.
The Host gathered the entire House together in the living room to discuss two events. The first was that every player would have the opportunity to come up with a creative name for the House, and the second was that a new twist was entering the game, known as the "Vote Negator", located in a new room of the House.
This new room in the House was opened up for everyone to enter, but it could only be entered with a code. The first person inside would be able to use the Negator.
|Is the lighting good? Is my mug good? Does the mug look good, b-tch? I think it'll look better once I negate someone's vote...and they don't even know! Sickening!|
As elimination loomed, several people attempted to get inside of the Negator room. As time progressed and people gave up on trying, Tom Nook succeeded in breaking the code and getting inside, to which April noticed and called him out on getting inside.
The House gathered around to spectate Tom's decision after April called attention to it. He decided to steal Regina's vote, causing her to be unable to vote at elimination.
This alarmed Korra, who wanted to keep her Clique together, and Villager, who needed Regina to vote with them.
|I'm in charge of my clique, and I would never forgive myself if one of us left tonight. I'm the avatar. It's my duty to save the world.|
Korra, Villager, Tom, Alyssa, Dravivor, and James discussed voting out Leonard, to which they all agreed. However, very few of them actually desired to stick to the plan.
While Korra and Villager were confident in their alliance to save Regina, Leonard and Tom pulled in Dravivor and James to blindside Regina instead.
Korra and Alyssa began to bond further as the week came to a conclusion with elimination over both of their heads. Alyssa solidified herself as a top member of Korra's alliance after they agreed to a finale pact.
The final question was raised at elimination: will Regina survive the night, or will Leonard succeed in keeping himself safe?
|Backstage Elimination #6|
Regina (5 Votes)
Jessie, Tom, Leonard,
Leonard (3 Votes)
Korra, Villager, Alyssa
Regina found herself blindsided by splinter cells in Villager's alliance, making her the first member of the jury.
The Biggest Villain Television Has Ever Seen
|How DARE you voted out Regina! You and me pretty boy, let's fight.|
At the start of the week, Korra antagonized James for voting for Regina instead of Leonard. After attacking him briefly, she stomped off to complain about how she had failed as the Avatar to save her ally.
|Looks like I'm not the only one shocked at Regina's elimination. :) Leonard doesn't need to be alive any longer.|
Korra moped that she was a failure, but Jessie told her that she was not.
Outside of the confessional, Korra and Jessie began to bond. Korra commented that Ashlee had said to her that the world did not need her, and that it was pointless to try and stop the other Cliques from taking over. At first, Korra did not believe Ashlee's statement, but she had begun to believe it after Regina's elimination.
Jessie had no idea how to respond to this.
|That is the deepest thing anyone has ever said to me! I can't comprehend it!|
Jessie instructed Korra to believe in herself, because she is a beautiful and powerful woman.
Meanwhile, Tom felt confident that he was safe in the game.
|I think I'm doing pretty good, most people seem to like me, and profits are through the roof!|
Tom met with Villager, but Villager was not happy with him. Upon seeing him enter the garden of the House, he slammed his axe down into the ground angrily and welcomed him, complaining that his distrust had gotten Villager back into gardening, which seemed to calm him down.
Before things could move forward, the Host called everyone to prepare for the VIP Competition.
Dravivor succeeded in winning the challenge, securing himself immunity for the week. When the Host congratulated him, Dravivor had only one thing to say.
|Shut the f-ck up, you dipsh-t.|
After the challenge concluded, Jessie revealed that she did not participate in the challenge because she had "bigger fish to fry".
Aside from this, America voted for an MVP. Tom was declared the winner with 60% of the votes.
As elimination loomed in the future of the week, the Vote Negator room opened back up. Tom spent several hours trying to get in and succeeded once again, only for April to once again spy on him and catch him.
This time, in retaliation for her sneakiness, Tom negated April's vote, causing her to be ineligible to vote at elimination.
With tensions running high between Korra and James, April's vote being stolen from her only furthered Korra's fear of being overwhelmed by the opposing alliance seemingly led by Leonard.
April called a House meeting to discuss Tom's swiftness and skill with the Vote Negator.
|Hello, everyone! I know it's been a while since you've heard from me, but I've been busy plotting every blindside in the game and being the biggest villain television has ever seen!|
April called attention to Tom stealing her vote, claiming that her network of "super spy operatives", referring to her allies, informed her that he was targeting her in the game.
|Let's talk about our good friend, Tom Nook. He's popular with the viewers and also with these vote negators...and I can't believe no one has said a thing about how dangerous he is!|
After the meeting was adjourned, Tom needed to assure his safety in the next week by eliminating April. He talked with Team Rocket about eliminating her, and they both agreed.
However, things did not seem so concrete with Jessie. After all that had happened with Korra, could she truly blindside her new friend by eliminating her biggest ally, April?
Jessie refused to side with James for this vote, splitting away from her tie to him.
Tom and Leonard needed to make a move to save themselves aside from working with the wonky Team Rocket alliance. Leonard discussed siding with Dravivor and Alyssa, but he was informed that Dravivor was the VIP.
Tom then realized that he may have made a grave mistake. Despite April's vote being nullified, Jessie had grown closer to Korra and possibly could have him flip to eliminate Leonard. Coupled with Dravivor being the VIP, the votes were simply not swaying in their favor.
|Welp, I thought it was going to happen sooner or later.|
At elimination, Jessie and James remained the swing votes for elimination.
|Backstage Elimination #7|
Leonard (4 Votes)
Korra, Villager, Jessie, Alyssa
April (3 Votes)
Tom, Leonard, James
Jessie and James had indeed split, causing Leonard's elimination and sparing April.
Upon returning from elimination, the final eight Celebrities approached their bedrooms to sleep before the next week began.
April's previous statement that she was the biggest villain in television history continued to resonate with the others in the House, because she was not the only antagonist to take part in Leonard's elimination.
Jessie had damage control to do with James after flipping against him. Would Jessie be able to recover from her previous move?
At the start of the week the next day, Villager decided that his next target would be both members of Team Rocket, continuing his villainous run in the game.
|I'm finished with Jessie and James...but not to worry, they're next to go now. If I have anything to say about it, which I do. :)|
At the next VIP competition, Dravivor sat out while the others prepared for the challenge.
Korra succeeded in winning the competition, which excited her greatly.
|I'm the Avatar, and you gotta DEAL with it!|
Jessie congratulated her, as did April, and Villager angrily slammed his axe down onto the ground in frustration of his inability to win.
America prepared to vote for the next MVP of the week, and April pleaded to the cameras to vote for her.
Meanwhile, Villager spoke with Alyssa and Dravivor about potentially blindsiding James or Jessie from Team Rocket. He explained to them that they were threats to win the game, and Dravivor agreed.
Alyssa, however, was not so convinced, considering Jessie was an official member of her alliance with Korra and April.
Alyssa was decided to be the MVP of the week with 70% of the votes, surprising her and everyone in the House, including James.
James questioned who Alyssa was, stating that he had never spoken to her before.
|Just what I needed! Don't get mad, James, just get glad.|
After losing the MVP vote, April decided that she needed to make a move to save herself. She became worried that Korra's VIP win had put her in danger, but met with Jessie and Alyssa to discuss a blindside against Tom.
They agreed, but after she dispersed, Jessie and James met to discuss the vote together.
James questioned Jessie's loyalty to him, considering she had flipped against him in the previous round, and she promised that she would vote with him to make it up to him. They decided that they needed to make a power move by blindsiding April.
Later on in the evening, Jessie commented that she was jealous that Alyssa won over her, stating that she, too, had never paid her any attention in the game.
Alyssa retaliated her, telling her to sit down, angrily. Jessie, offended, asked her if that was any way to talk to her potential ally, to which Alyssa replied that she did not care.
Seeing as how Team Rocket was treating her, Alyssa decided to stick with Villager's earlier plan to blindside James and weaken the duo.
Meanwhile, Korra noticed that the Vote Negator had been opened by Tom, and decided to take a crack at it herself. She managed to get inside and steal Tom's vote, which went entirely unnoticed as she succeeded and slipped out undetected.
However, after Tom discussed voting out April with Jessie and James, April revealed that she knew Tom's vote was stolen from him, as Korra had told him. This shocked him, but he did not believe her.
With elimination coming up soon, April had to continue to be the 'biggest villain television had ever seen' by plotting to save herself, attempting to manipulate everyone into voting with her.
The true mastermind of the vote, however, was Villager, as he had secretly formed a blindside against one member of Team Rocket - but would it be successful, or would Team Rocket lose a partner?
|The person I want going tonight is someone who has caused me more than enough trouble.|
|I'm not DAFT. I KNOW that Villager is out for blood, and that blood means me! I must stop him in his tracks, ahahahaha!|
|I am pretty much totally safe right now! Nothing could possibly go wrong!|
In an attempt to mess with Villager, James stole his axe and ran around with it, keeping it from him, which frustrated him.
After he eventually got it back, Villager decided who he wanted gone for certain, and he relayed this vote decision to Alyssa and Dravivor.
|Backstage Elimination #8|
James (3 Votes)
Villager, Alyssa, Dravivor
April (2 Votes)
Tom (1 Vote)
James found himself blindsided by Villager. He stood and hugged Jessie goodbye and exited the game.
She is Literally the Antichrist
Negativity continue to plague the House right at the beginning of the week.
|MISTER TOM NOOK! I KNOW the treachery you have been pulling!|
Jessie antagonized Tom for blindsiding her ally after realizing what had happened. She accused him of being treacherous "scum" and stated that he would get what was coming to him.
However, after reminding her that his vote did not count due to the negator, Jessie calmed down, embarrassed of her actions.
|Jessie, you know he'd have voted for James if he had the chance.|
April perpetuated that Tom was a menace, and Jessie agreed with April that he was not to be trusted. Villager agreed, stating that Tom could not be trusted.
This shocked Tom, as he put on an image of a loyal ally to Villager. He questioned why he would say such a thing about him, to which he replied that he was only telling the truth about him.
|You're a power hungry, egotistical brat who needs to be pampered into thinking they're the best. Shut your yap, Villager! I gave you everything!|
|Say something like that again, Tom, and you'll end up dead!|
Villager prided himself in striking fear into his enemies once more, maintaining control and manipulation over the other Celebrities.
The Host called everyone together for a special round of TV Stars in the next VIP competition. At the site of the competition, each player was handed twenty dollars, with the explanation that the only way to get inside of the Wonderla Amusement Park, the site of the challenge, would be to pay forty dollars to get inside.
Now forced to strategize with money, the final six competitors, excluding the outgoing Korra, had to decide on who would compete in the challenge.
Tom and Villager argued during this portion of the challenge, demanding that the other give them money.
Amidst all the chaos, Dravivor made a move to give his money to Tom, assuring his safety in the game if Tom was immune. Tom sneaked away to compete in the challenge, until Villager realized that his enemy was gone.
He quickly gave his money to another competent person to defeat him, allowing Jessie access to the challenge as well.
Everyone else remained at a stalemate, waiting on one of Tom or Jessie to win the challenge. During this, Korra interrogated Villager, demanding answers on why he had betrayed her.
|Villager, we need to have a talk. And I want some answers, or you're going to have a face full of fire in three seconds.|
He stated that he had not, but paranoia had gotten to her, and she insisted that he had.
Tom came out on top, defeating Jessie and winning the VIP competition. Immediately after, America voted for an MVP, granting April the win for the week with 90% of the votes. Many felt strongly about not winning the MVP in place of April.
|Not ONCE have I won MVP. I guess the world doesn't like their axe murderers anymore. :(|
|It's really ironic. I wouldn't have won this if America actually knew some of the terrible things I've done. You wouldn't believe 'em!|
|I have only won MVP like TWICE! I guess America just hates wonderful, strong-willed, pink-haired women!|
|I've won MVP once. America is awful and made of ugly ass f-cked orangutans.|
As elimination time ensued, the Vote Negator room was reopened. Almost immediately after it was opened, Tom did not bother to go for it, and instead, Alyssa found her way inside and decided to negate Dravivor's vote.
|YES! We're planning a blindside on Dravivor tonight, so this is perfect!|
And indeed they were, as Korra's entire alliance remained unsafe from elimination, unlike the opposing alliance. Tom, with VIP status, and Dravivor, with his vote negated, were unable to vote entirely, leaving only Villager.
Villager talked with Dravivor about a blindside against Korra, stating that she was too powerful to have around in the future. He also talked to this with Alyssa and Jessie in an attempt to flip the game against her.
Dravivor attempted to sway them to this side with his rather strong words.
|Korra is a fake deity! She is LITERALLY the Antichrist! She created AIDS, started WW2, and she created Jar Jar Binks.|
Villager agreed, stating that Korra was a huge threat.
|A common theme I'm finding in today's scrambling is the idea that Korra and I are threats. :) That's so flattering and kind, but also untrue. Partly, I'm not a threat. Only to your lives.|
Korra and April attempted to sway Jessie and Alyssa back to their side to vote for Dravivor, since he was so good in challenges.
Both women, however, promised Korra that they were on her side. The girls remained loyal to her, endangering Dravivor's game.
|Backstage Elimination #9|
Dravivor (4 Votes)
Korra, April, Jessie, Alyssa
Korra (1 Vote)
Dravivor found himself voted out thanks to the majority alliance sticking together. As he prepared to walk out, he cursed the remaining Celebrities.
|F-ck you all! I hope you all burn to death!|
I'm Out For Blood, Baby
At the start of the week, the final six remained worried about the incoming finale at the final five. To alleviate this quietness, the Host introduced a twisted round of the competition to the game. The final six each received a visit from their loved ones.
Alyssa received a visit from Laganja Estranja, April received a visit from a Kickstarter Fan, Korra received a visit from Amon, Jessie received a visit from Meowth, Tom received a visit from Tommy Nook, and Villager received a visit from...his mother's corpse.
The others were excited to see their loved ones, all except Korra, who was not glad to see Amon there at all. She cursed his name and hoped that he would not be sticking around for long.
|Seeing Amon shook me up. I was at my lowest point when he took away my bending.|
Meanwhile, Jessie and Meowth discussed how the others had blindsided James without her knowing about it. Meowth stated that he had the competition in the bag for Jessie, and the two hugged and plotted ways to capture Pokemon in the future after the season ended.
Alyssa and Laganja hugged and discussed their lives as drag queens. Laganja eagerly stated that she was going to win the upcoming loved-ones competition for her, and they exchanged a hug.
The Host called all loved ones to the competition room, where the Celebrities in the game spectated as their loved ones battled it out for the win.
For this VIP competition, the loved ones would have to answer trivia questions about the game with what ever gathered knowledge they had learned during a brief meeting period with their respective Celebrities. The winning loved one would be able to stay in the game and vote at elimination with their Celebrity.
April's Kickstarter Fan succeeded in winning the competition for her, and he joined her in the game while the rest of the loved ones exited the competition. Meowrth and Laganja hugged their Celebrities goodbye and exited, while Korra assisted in pushing Amon out of the door.
Now without the extra vote and VIP status, Villager decided that he and Tom needed to team up against the now obvious alliance of Korra, Alyssa, Jessie, and April.
|It's always nice seeing what's left of mommy, but we need to get back to the game now. :) There's a particular threat that I think should go tonight...|
Villager decided that his only way to flip the game would be to trick Jessie into coming back to his side.
|I'm LOSING IT! This game is making me unravel! Physically and mentally!|
Villager and Tom discussed potentially voting out Korra, and she began to contemplate the vote.
When it came time for America to vote for an MVP, Villager hoped that he would be chosen, but instead, Tom was picked with 55% of the votes.
While Villager and Tom scrambled to stay alive in the game, Korra, Alyssa, April, and Jessie discussed what they would do with their money if they won.
April revealed that she would release another album, and Jessie stated that she would use it to get a pedicure that she would force James to give to her.
This alarmed Villager, and he recognized that Jessie was tightly glued to Korra. He recognized that he was in trouble, as the four were not even bothering to strategize. April openly discussed the vote with the other three women of their alliance, stating that Villager and Tom were easily the next two to go.
|I'm out for blood, baby. I'm ambitious.|
With the Vote Negator once again open, and Tom no longer attempted to open it, Alyssa took the opportunity to crack the door's code and get inside, where she eagerly negated Villager's vote at elimination.
|Villager ain't voting, not on tonight!|
At elimination, the main antagonist of the season found himself at odds with the majority alliance. It seemed impossible for him to survive.
|Backstage Elimination #10|
Villager (4 Votes)
Korra, April, Jessie, Alyssa
Korra (1 Vote)
Indeed, Villager finally met his maker, as he was voted out just short of the final episode.
Get a Grip, Get a Life, and Get Over It
At the start of the week, the finale was announced to the final five competitors, and the game proceeded to spiral into madness. The final five had made it to the end-game, but who would win?
April, the strategic dominator and quirky accordion player?
Korra, the Avatar and dominant personality in the House?
Jessie, the sole survivor of Team Rocket and skilled social player?
Tom, the Tanooki with a grudge?
Or would it be Alyssa, the drag queen with attitude?
One thing was for certain: only two could make it to the end, and the other three would drop out all within one episode.
|Winning isn't everything, but wanting to is. Everyone should keep that in mind!|
|Now is the time to prove myself. I was so ashamed when I was eliminated first in Broadway...that was the darkest point in my life. But now? *cracks knuckles* NO ONE is getting in my way.|
|You know, I thought these peons would be easy to beat! And honestly, they mostly are! Foolish little men! But these last few are a bit harder...but I'm not going to get scared. I'm going to DESTROY THEM ALL.|
|This game is coming down to the wire. It's about time to get my sound, and I need to get it now.|
|No more mister nice Nook, I have to win this, for all m friends back home: Zeke the tiger, Sean the rat, and Zac the dog.|
The final five gathered up for the next VIP competition of the season. Jessie eagerly commented that she was going to try her best to win it. Korra and April knew that the only person that could not win the challenge was Tom Nook, as he was the next person on the chopping block.
Korra managed to win the challenge, and she slammed her fist down into the ground excitedly. Alyssa congratulated her on her victory, and hoped to gain America's support and win the MVP vote.
However, she did not, as April won with 60% of the votes from America.
Back in the House, Jessie became bitter that she did not win MVP status for the week.
|That wretched April, I spit on her MVP prize! But I sitll love her.|
Jessie and Alyssa began to argue later on in the week. Jessie made a comment that Alyssa had flown under the radar the entire game and was "just as invisible as a Kecleon". Alyssa replied shouting that she would rather be invisible than be seen with her hair, essentially calling her ugly.
|Look at that! Was your weave left in an uncomfortable place for years before gaining that shape?|
Tom commented that Alyssa was being rude, but Alyssa scoffed at him.
|I don't care. She can get a grip, get a life, and most importantly...GET OVER IT!|
With elimianation in the air, Tom seemed oblivious that he was going to be the first casualty of the finale. He attempted to strategize against Alyssa with Jessie, but the four girls were too heavily aligned.
The Host announced that the Vote Negator twist had exited the game, and therefore, Tom was left with nothing to save him.
|Backstage Elimination #11|
Tom (3 Votes)
April, Jessie, Alyssa
Alyssa (1 Vote)
Tom was voted out by the female majority, leaving him the sixth member of the jury.
|B-TCH THAT'S RIGHT! I'M STILL IN THE GAME!|
At the final four, the girls had finally made it to the end as a successful alliance, but it was time for the cracks to emerge, as one of them had to be eliminated before the final three.
|I'm so close to the end. I've made it so far, without the help of Bolin, Asami, or Mako. Last time, it seemed like they hurt my game more than they helped it.|
|Only a fierce queen like me could make it this far. Work, mama!|
It came near time for the next VIP competition, and the final four girls prepared to compete harder than they ever had before. However, a new scheme arose. Despite Jessie being seen as the third member of the final three alliance between Korra and April, April believed that Jessie would be too hard to beat in the final trivia competition.
Korra agreed, stating that Alyssa had been so quiet that there was no way she knew everything needed to win the final challenge. They decided to ensure that Jessie did not win, and so Korra met with her to explain that she needed to lose the challenge so they could vote out April together.
Jessie agreed with the plan, and the girls went out to the site of the competition.
At the VIP site, it was announced that Korra could compete as the outgoing VIP because the MVP vote was now nulled in the final four.
Alyssa succeeded in winning the next VIP competition, causing her to cheer and shout "YAAAASSSS MOMMA!" repeatedly.
|That challenge left me absolutely numb. I lost by just a few seconds. It's humiliating!|
|That challenge was ridiculous! I lost by like five minutes! I am livid!|
Back in the House, Alyssa talked with Korra and April, and they informed her that Jessie was going home, and that they were going to be the final three of the season.
|Backstage Elimination #12|
Jessie (2 Votes)
April (1 Vote)
At elimination, despite Korra having a tight bond with Jessie, it came down to Jessie's challenge strength that caused her to be eliminated in fourth place.
In the Jury House, Jessie reunited with James. After hugging, they believed they had seen a "Rare Pikachu" and chased after it, only to get electrocuted and get sent blasting off into the sky together.
|LOOKS LIKE TEAM ROCKET IS BLASTING OFF AGAAAAIIINNN!!!|
As the final three remained in the eerily quiet House, once populated by sixteen people with parties and arguments, the three reflected on how far they had gotten in the competition. One of them was going to win a million dollar prize very soon.
|I'm definitely going to slay these b-tches. I might not be a Survivor, a Big Brother contestant, or even someone's favorite singer, but I'm a fierce queen, and that's all these darlings need to know.|
|Now that we're at this point in the game, who needs politics and prose? All that matters is winning this competition.|
In the final VIP competition, the three women were asked trivia questions about the game thus far.
|3rd - 0 Points|
|2nd - 2 Points|
|1st - 4 Points|
With Korra now immune in the final three, the first person eliminated in TV Stars Bollywood had suddenly received a second chance, as she was now guaranteed at least second place.
Korra was sent to the voting room to make a big decision to vote out one of April or Alyssa. She knew that Alyssa was not well-liked among the other cast members, but questioned if April would vote for her to win if she voted her out.
While Korra contemplated her decision, April and Alyssa sat together in the living room, waiting on the announcement of the vote.
|My nerves are going WILD right now. My heart's beating faster than the bass line of one of my songs.|
|Mine too, girl. I'm way too nervous to get up in this gig right now.|
Korra made up her mind and cast her sole vote to eliminate one of Alyssa or April.
|Backstage Elimination #13|
April (1 Vote)
April was voted out in a shocking final vote, making the final two Korra and Alyssa.
|YES GAWD! SLAY MAMA!|
GIRL I GOT NO WORDS! I GOT NO WORDS!
Korra apologized to April and said that being the Avatar meant not being able to please everyone. She hugged her goodbye, and April exited to join the rest of the jurors.
The final two sat down together and were questioned by the jury.
Regina interrogated them, asking why they believed they needed to win when she believed they were only at the end because of an alliance she made, referring to them as her "Plastics".
Korra stated that Regina deserved to be in her spot instead of on the jury, but Regina did not like this answer. Korra instead replied, "You should be here...because you're the prettiest?", which Regina accepted happily.
Leonard angrily insulted Alyssa, stating that she did not deserve to be at the end with the kind of game she had played.
Jessie and James both agreed that Korra had played a very dominant game, but criticized her for going to the end with Alyssa instead of April.
Korra (6 Votes)
Alyssa Edwards (2 Votes)
Korra managed to win the game despite all odds against her at the beginning, going from the first boot of Broadway to first place in Bollywood.
The sixteen players all gathered around for the reunion and exchanged excited hugs, congratulating Korra on her victory.