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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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Duncan, Leshawna and Beth all want corner pieces of Izzy's birthday cake, but must be prepared to go to any lengths to get one.
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Duncan stages a small coup to oust Courtney as their official class firefighter so that he can wear the shiny firefighter helmet.
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Gwen accidentally brings a pink stuffed pony she loves to day care and spends the day denying it's hers.
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Owen and Beth try to save an ant hill that Courtney and Leshawna want to destroy.
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Harold believes that the picture day photographer is somehow turning the kids into well-behaved zombies.
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After Owen gets ripped off at the ice-cream truck, the kids unite to right the wrong.
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Courtney refuses to share her valuable collectors' item toy with her classmates.
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Owen wants everyone to love his new snowsuit and envy him, but it's just not working out that way.
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Beth gets her gum stuck in Leshawna's hair and has to get it out without Leshawna finding out it's there.
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After seeing Leshawna enjoying a sick day at home with ice cream and TV, Duncan convinces the other kids to also try and get sick.
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Beth and Leshawna try to one-up each other with fake injuries as they compete for the attention and sympathy of the other kids at day care.
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Izzy wants to play a superhero game and is willing to do whatever it takes to get the others to see it through.
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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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Duncan goes on a mission to scare Courtney during a field trip to the museum.
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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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Gwen refuses to be pressured into choosing an ice cream flavor that she does not want.
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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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Harold's world is turned upside down when Beth becomes the class ninja.
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Duncan is determined to stop the musical duo Bananas & Cheese from coming to the day care.
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Owen fears he's about to lose his BFF Noah to a gifted military school.
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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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