I’ve been watching an online trivia show called Um, Actually, by CollegeHumor. Here’s how it works. The host reads a statement about some series out there (Game of Thrones, Pokémon, whatever), but something in the statement is false. As soon as a contestant hears the false claim, they buzz in, say, “Um, Actually…”, and correct it.
Here’s an example with Winx Club:
The Winx fairies are each from a different planet. Bloom grew up on Earth but is originally from Domino (or “Sparx” in the 4Kids dub). Stella is from Solaria. Flora is from Linphea/Lynphea (or “Marigold”). Musa is from Melody (or “The Harmonic Nebula”). Aisha is from Andros (or “Tides”). And finally, Tecna is from Zenith (or “The Third Vector of the Binary Galaxy”).
Did you catch the mistake? I realize not everyone saw the 4Kids dub, but even if you did, this detail might be hard to remember.
Here’s the correct answer:
Um, actually, in the 4Kids dub, Flora wasn’t from the planet Marigold itself. She was from The Fifth Moon of Marigold.
She lived on a moon, not the planet. *Adjusts nerd glasses*
Yeah, it’s that kind of show. I love it.
So, do you get the idea? I thought it might be fun to play it here. Naturally, all the statements will be about Aisha, Nex, or both of them. ?
“Um, Actually” #1
Here’s the official first statement. It’s about Aisha in Winx season two.
Aisha was, of course, the first Winx to become friends with the Pixies. She met them for the first time after she left Andros to escape her parents’ control. After some of the Pixies were captured by Darkar’s shadow monsters, Aisha tracked them to his castle by following the trail of tar they left behind.
What’s wrong with this statement? Tell me in the comments, and don’t forget to begin your answer with “Um, actually…”