It's Show & Tell time and the teacher's pet brought a valuable collector's toy to class that she refuses to share with her friends. Finding the toy to be worth a lot, the other kids want it for themselves, but the teacher's pet will not give up her toy without a fight.


The episode opens with Chef announcing it is Show & Tell time, although Owen mistakenly thought it was lunch time. For this session it is Beth and Courtney's turn, with the former going first. Beth shows the class her collection of items that doctors have pulled out of her nose. She then tells the class about the amount of snot in her nose, disgusting everyone and leading Chef to end her turn. For Courtney's Show & Tell, she brought an extremely rare toy called an Extreme-a-Saurus, still in mint condition. The Extreme-a-Saurus is an egg-shaped toy that hatches into an interactive toy when it is removed from the box. What makes Courtney's Extreme-a-Saurus even more unique is that it is a limited edition version that hatches into a Drago-Chicken, and only twenty-three of these were produced, with each being signed and dated. This intrigues the other kids, but Courtney refuses to share her toy with her friends. Chef reminds her that today's lesson is about sharing and that "sharing is caring". Hoping that she will do the right thing, Chef leaves the class to answer the phone which is about a survey on house cats.

Despite Chef's advice, Courtney refuses to share her Extreme-a-Saurus with her friends as she plans to keep it as an investment. She believes that if the toy is still in mint condition by the time she is older, it will be worth a lot of money in which she will sell it. She will then put her life plan into motion; from moving to a school for the gifted, attending an Ivy League college, saving the whales, and becoming the president of the world. This peaks the interests of Duncan, Beth and Leshawna, all who want to steal the egg for their own selfish purpose: Duncan wants to sell it, while Beth and Leshawna want to open the box. Duncan and Leshawna try to snatch the box, but Courtney immediately hides in the castle where Beth is playing house. Beth invites Courtney to play with her and tells her to watch the stove to which Courtney does so until she realizes that Beth attempts to cut open the Extreme-a-Saurus box, so she leaves. Duncan makes fun of Beth's failed attempt and brags that he will get the box in no time.

Later on, while the other kids are playing, Duncan sneaks into Chef's office while he is still on the phone and activates the intercom, announcing that there is a fire. A panicking Chef alerts the other children to leave the daycare and rings the fire alarm. With the coast clear, Duncan believes he can now steal Courtney's Extreme-a-Saurus, only to find out that Courtney was not fooled by the facade. Chef realizes it is a false alarm and tells the kids to go back to class for their afternoon nap so he can continue with his house cat survey. While everyone else is asleep, Courtney tries to stay awake to make sure no one else tries to steal her Extreme-a-Saurus. Eventually, she dozes off and the box is stolen by Beth, only for her to be stopped by Duncan and Leshawna. After Courtney wakes up, the box repeatedly falls into one of the four kids' hands. After finally retrieving her box, Courtney attempts to hide underneath a table where Bridgette and Owen are having tea. Owen's poor attempts to lie however exposes her location to the others.

Not wanting to see her friends fight, Bridgette gives an inspirational speech on the importance of sharing, and that Courtney should be the one to decide on whether to share her Extreme-a-Saurus with them or not. Despite the heartwarming speech, Courtney still refuses to share her toy, leading to yet another struggle. However, the box gets knocked out of Courtney's arms when the three push her and Owen tries to grab it, only for the egg to come out of the box and land on the ground. Courtney becomes devastated as the egg will hatch and her life long plan will be ruined. The egg then cracks open to reveal the Drago-Chicken to the amazement of everyone. The toy, however, is not what they expected as it can only chirp. Finding that the toy doesn't live up to their expectation, the kids leave to play dodgeball. After everyone is gone, the Drago-Chicken suddenly flies into the sky and transforms into a larger version of itself playing an electric guitar before turning back to normal as the episode ends.


Izzy is playing with a set of toy blocks, when Owen suddenly runs over them while playing tag with Jude. As Izzy chases after Owen, Jude begins playing with the blocks, only for Owen to knock them over again, causing them to resume playing tag again as Izzy puts them back up.


Voice actor Role(s)
Deven Mack Chef Hatchet
Sarah Gadon Beth
Kristin Fairlie Bridgette
Emilie-Claire Barlow Courtney
Drew Nelson Duncan
Darren Frost Harold
Bahia Watson Leshawna
Scott McCord Owen
  • Cody, Gwen, Izzy, Jude, and Noah appear but have no lines.
  • The commercial announcer and Jack Squat toy speak, but it's unknown who voice them.



  • Courtney's teenage self as depicted in her slide show is her original counterpart.
  • At the end of the episode, Noah joins the rest of the kids to play a game of dodgeball. Ironically, his older self finds the game dull and sits on the sidelines for the entire challenge in Dodgebrawl.


  • The Extreme-a-Saurus toy may be based on the popular real-life toys "Hatchimals".
  • One of the toys Beth pulled out of her nose resembles the popular Japanese hero Ultraman.
  • Chef's remark on his cat playing the piano is a reference to Keyboard Cat, and a similar tune is heard playing in the background.
  • The glasses, turtleneck, and jeans Courtney wears in the fantasy sequence of her as an adult is a reference to the late Apple Inc. founder Steve Jobs, who was often seen publicly wearing this outfit towards the end of his life.


See also

Total DramaRama Season 1 episodes
Venthalla | Duck Duck Juice | Cluckwork Orange | Free Chili | The Date | Aquarium for a Dream | Cuttin' Corners | Sharing is Caring | Ant We All Just Get Along | Germ Factory | Cone in 60 Seconds | The Bad Guy Busters | That's a Wrap | Tiger Fail | A Ninjustice to Harold | Having the Timeout of Our Lives | Hic Hic Hooray | Bananas & Cheese | Inglorious Toddlers | Not Without My Fudgy Lumps | Paint That a Shame | Snots Landing | Know it All | A Licking Time Bomb | From Badge to Worse | Snow Way Out | All Up In Your Drill | Toys Will Be Toys | Stay Goth, Poodle Girl, Stay Goth | Gum and Gummer | Invasion of the Booger Snatchers | Wristy Business | Melter Skelter | The Never Gwending Story | There Are No Hoppy Endings | Too Much of a Goo’d Thing | The Price of Advice | Mother of All Cards | Duncan Disorderly | Soother or Later | Camping is In Tents | Mutt Ado About Owen | Simons Are Forever | Stop! Hamster Time | Driving Miss Crazy | Weiner Takes All | Apoca-lice Now | Gnome More Mister Nice Guy | Look Who's Clocking | Harold Swatter and the Goblet of Flies | Stink. Stank. Stunk
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