|The Missing Portrait of Hans Holbein|
August 13, 1995
Rachel & Keith
The Missing Portrait of Hans Holbein is the 100th episode of Legends of the Hidden Temple.
In this Moat, the teams had to cross the moat by placing an ancient wooden plank between the shores of the Moat and two inflatable lilypads, while sticking together and without touching the water.
Steps of Knowledge
One of the most famous and talented painters of all time was the artist Hans Holbein. He painted much of the Nobility of Europe, including the notorious Henry VIII, the ruthless Tudor King of England. Henry had six wives. He divorced two, did away with three, and one passed on somewhat mysteriously. Not exactly the ideal husband. Legend has it that after Holbein completed the portrait, King Henry was furious.
"How dare you make me look twice as fat as I am— the way you've painted me, I look like Henry XVI! And my face. I suppose you liked my chin so much, you painted two more just like it!"
Holbein stood steadfast.
"I paint what I see; I can do no less and no more."
"I will throw you in irons, boil you in oil, and that's just the good news!"
"Well, of course, maybe I can do a little better..."
Holbein relented, and began painting a new, more flattering portrait, which still hangs in England's Royal Palace. The old painting disappeared for years, until it mysteriously made its way to The Temple. Your task is to find The Missing Portrait of Hans Holbein and bring it here.
|Steps of Knowledge Results|
|Is Hans Holbein most famous for painting...?||
||Green Monkeys (Correct - 2 steps left)|
|Which of these did he paint portraits of?||
||Purple Parrots (Correct - 2 steps left)|
|Which of these kings did Holbein paint?||
||Purple Parrots (Correct - 1 step left)|
|How many wives did Henry VIII have?||
||Blue Barracudas (Correct - 2 steps left)|
|Did Henry think he looked too...?||
||Red Jaguars (Correct - 2 steps left)|
|In Holbein's second portrait, did Henry look more...?||
||Purple Parrots (Correct- Advanced to the Temple Games)|
|Is a portrait a picture of...?||
||Blue Barracudas(Correct - 1 step left)|
|Does a painter use his easel to...?||
||Red Jaguars (Correct - 1 step left)<|
|Of the following, which of these is an artist's tool?||
||Green Monkeys (Incorrect - 2 Steps left)|
|Blue Barracudas (Correct - Advance to the Temple Games)|
The Blue Barracudas are Rachel, who enjoys roller skating and wants to work with dolphins, and Keith, who enjoys soccer and wants to be an actor. The Purple Parrots are Danielle, who enjoys singing and has a dog named Charlie, and James, who is a cross-country runner who participated in a 10k race the day after this episode was filmed.
Put the Kibosh on the Portraits (Rolling Drums)
Henry hated his first portrait to the point of ordering its destruction; in this game, Danielle and Keith had to destroy three portraits at separate points. When Kirk gave the signal, they would roll towards the painting at the end and crash through it; then proceed to roll to the beginning to crash through the next one and finally the one in the middle. The first player to destroy all three portraits in 60 seconds would win; Keith won with 25 seconds remaining, awarding the Blue Barracudas a half-Pendant (Danielle smashed the first painting, and had too much trouble trying to move her wheel over the ramp).
Mr. Potato Head (Rotating Levers)
Henry wanted to pick and choose his features in hopes of a more flattering portrait; when Kirk gave the signal, James and Rachel would grab a facial feature, then run around and put it on the portrait head. The team that assembled the face in 60 seconds would win; Rachel won 4-1, completing the Blue Barracudas' full Pendant.
Statue Slam (Foam Boulder Throwdown)
Apparently, one of Henry's bitter ex-wives demanded all his statues be destroyed; when Kirk gave the signal, the girls would throw a boulder to their teammates, who would catch it, then fly over to the statues and knock over one. The team that knocked down all six statues within 60 seconds would win; the Blue Barracudas won with 26 seconds remaining, shutting out the Purple Parrots 2-0 (the Purple Parrots only had 4 knocked down).
|Temple Games Results|
|Team||Game 1||Game 2||Game 3||Pendants Won|
|Blue Barracudas||Won||Won||Won||2 Pendants|
|Purple Parrots||Lost||Lost||Lost||0 Pendants|
Rachel and Keith was given a very difficult path to the layout, making it impossible for them to retrieve the artifact in time.
|Temple Run Results|
|Reached the Artifact||No|
|Method of Loss||Failed Acquisition|
|Temple Guard Locations|
- The original prize plugs for this episode are as follows:
- $50 Savings Bond for Melody Pops (Moat Crossing)
- Falcon Soccer Ball and Power Spike Volleyball from Regent Sports (Steps of Knowledge)
- Looney Tunes Porky Pig's Haunted Holiday and Speedy Gonzales: Los Gatos Bandidos for SNES (Temple Games)
- This is the second episode where the legend features Henry VIII, the first is Henry VIII's Great Seal.
- This is the last episode where the Blue Barracudas competed against the Purple Parrots in the Temple Games as well as the only time in Season 3.
- This is the fifth and final episode where a team of Blue Barracudas outright wins all three of the Temple Games while their opponents are unable to score as well as the only time in Season 3. The first four episodes are The Diary of Doctor Livingstone, The Stone Head of the Evil King, The Ivory Elephant of Scheherazade, and The Mask of the Man in the Iron Mask.
- This is the third and final where a team of Blue Barracudas attempted to retrieved an artifact placed in the Center of the Temple. The first two episodes are The Heart-Shaped Pillow of Annie Taylor and The Ivory Elephant of Scheherazade.
- This is the last episode where a team attempting to retrieve an artifact placed in the Center of the Temple would have to enter the room from the Bottom of the Central Shaft.
- This is the only episode where a Temple Guard in the top corner room was given a Pendant of Life.