Matt introduces a new segment called “Kook And His Cannon”. Attackers include a Sasquatch, a Jungle Cat, and a Wetley. The Defenders dish out a healthy dose of “Crocky’s Swamp Juice”.
Matt gets a new toy and Jason gets new cologne. The Defenders get distracted eating bananas and autographing pictures for Attackers’ moms. One Attacker pays the price for his run – literally.
Matt uses a rhyming dictionary to enhance his commentary. Sarthak starts out as one awkward Attacker, but could he go all the way? While Tinkor’s possible love connection with Shaiden goes well.
Attackers send home pictures, swim with sharks, and grow wings in order to complete the moat. It is revealed that Gildar has an evil twin named “Dilgar”, or does he?
Inspired by repeated Splats on the Baffling Barrels, Matt discovers a new catch phrase. The Attackers reveal strange affinities to food like “Purple Carrots”, and nicknames like “Roberto Sanchez”.
Jealous of Matt’s “Best Host in a Splatty Series” award, Jason tries to make his own. The Attackers qualify for a few Splatties themselves by leaving it all out on the course (including a shoe).
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