Xenocide Even the announcer, whose job it is to not belittle the kids, can't help but belittle him. "Everybody knows how to put the monkey on!"
You have made my week by making "GET THE GODDAMNED COIN" a linked tag.
heyitslozeau I dont ever remember anyone finishing the temple. ever. they gave them so not enough time it pissed me off, then on top of it they couldnt solve the most basic puzzles which anyone who watched the show once knew like the back of their hand.
Xenocide I remember a couple of people doing it, but it was rare, even more rare than when someone caught Carmen Sandiego.
almo If you ever watched Nick GAS you'd see winners every few days. I've seen some little badasses blow through it in less than two minutes.
Torture the Artist The prizes were usually astonishingly shitty, too. These kids would enter this nightmarish labyrinth in the hopes of getting a weekend houseboat tour or a trip to Salt Lake City.
Caminante Nocturno Most of us didn't realize it at the time, but the main appeal of these shows was getting angry at the contestants.
garcet71283 And thinking that we could do it so much better.
Because we could...I always got the feeling they screened for the slower children...
cognitivedissonance Yes, yes. She had difficulty with the Silver Monkey. That said, she blew through the Carmen Sandiego flag map in twenty seconds flat and went on to kick Lynn Thigpen in the shin in victory.
positively What was with Nickelodeon game shows and impossible final challenges? Were they trying to teach us a life lesson or something?
FABIO Making the one and only valuable prize for the final challenge.
chumbucket Emcee was found garrotted in his new white Caddy in the parking lot that night