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Some of the original "Total Drama" characters enter into an alternate universe where they are aged down from teenagers to toddlers.

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After accidentally hypnotizing Owen into being a dog, Harold thinks he must reverse the hypnosis to avoid going to jail.
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After befriending a chicken with a bad attitude at a petting zoo, Jude is followed back to school by the chicken; he defends the bad bird's behavior until he can defend it no longer.
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A class camping trip turns into a treasure hunt, while Harold is determined to catch Bigfoot and keep everyone safe.
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After daring each other to drink Chef's Pegasus Rainbow Latte, Izzy and Jude are jacked up like crazy and Duncan and Courtney take a road trip to try and replace the drink before Chef finds out it's gone.
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Owen has his super ball confiscated and locked up in Chef's office; Duncan, seeing an opportunity to get help escaping the day care, leads an away team into the vents to recover Owen's ball.
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Duncan finally manages to break out, only to realize he's forgotten his pacifier and needs to break back into the school to get it.
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Leshawna tries to capture the tooth fairy, but she accidentally captures the fart fairy.
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Duncan escapes during a community walk only to discover he has to baby-sit Cody and Bridgette.
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The other kids fear Harold has accidentally flushed himself down Chef's fancy new toilet, so they travel into the sewer on a rescue mission.
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Chef attempts to trick the kids into making his mother gifts after he forgets Mother's Day.
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After Leshawna, Bridgette, Owen and Cody win a Hide and Seek competition, a jealous former champion traps them on a private island and forces them to play for their freedom.
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After a paper origami fortuneteller tells Izzy that she's the world's best advice giver, she's determined to prove it.
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Izzy can't bring herself to smash a pinata during the class's Cinco de Mayo celebrations; when the unsmashed pinata comes to life and spawns an evil pinata army, it's batter up.
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Beth refuses to believe that the adorable goo creature she created out of slime is consuming the kids until she and Gwen are the only two left in class.
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Some of the original "Total Drama" characters enter into an alternate universe where they are aged down from teenagers to toddlers.
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Chef struggles to maintain his sanity when the kids continue to blame a stuffed rabbit named Hoppy for everything they do wrong.
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Chef is knocked unconscious right before a school board evaluator shows up for a big review; Owen fills in so Chef doesn't lose his teaching license and to ensure the kids earn the pony ride Chef promised for good behavior.
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When Chef loses the last page of the story-time book, Gwen takes over and creates a monster that all the kids start to believe in.
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After eating Chef's extremely rare and expensive chocolates, Courtney drags Owen, Izzy and Beth all the way to the Norberian Alps of Fruffenberg to replace them.
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When Chef tells Beth that he won't buy the new super amazing toy she wants because the kids already have plenty to play with, she goes on a mission to get rid of their toys.
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When Chef's mom becomes the supply teacher for a day, Duncan replaces Chef's to-do list with one of his own.

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