Botherer Blocks is a physical Floor 6 challenge introduced in series 4 (Ever After). It is similar to Body Shock and Wall Of Sorrow.
The Caretaker's Explanation to the Game:"The unfortunates will have their work cut in this nasty nursery. They must build a tower out of the toy blocks scattered about the room, whilst keeping an eye on the Baby Botherer. But beware! If there are power cuts, one unfortunate will be out to cause chaos! With the baby on the loose they'll be trouble! To pass, the unfortunates must make sure that the baby is in his crib and the blocks are on the rug!"
The Room Is Decorated In a Nursery Theme. At The Sides Of the Room There Are Toys, Such As A Rocking Horse, A Chair, Shelves Containing Puppets With Dust On Them After Not Being Played With For So Long. Ine One Side of the Wall, The Baby's Crib Has Been Built In to the Wall, And Is Shaped Just Like a Cage.
The Baby Botherer is shown to be the apparent son of the Botherers from Body Shock, although both Botherers are shown to me male. He is dressed in a pink baby outfit, decorated with a skull and crossbones design. His bottom lip trembles quite frequently. He lives in a crib in the side of the room, but when the saboteur releases the baby, he goes into a tantrum and destroys the tower blocks. He is played by Brian Wheeler.
The Unfortunates Have to Try and Pile the Blocks Onto the Rug In the Middle of the Room, Which Lies Above the Trapdoor. But, When There Is a Blackout, the Saboteur Releases the Baby Botherer Using the Lever Which Opens the Crib Door. The Baby Then Runs Toward the Tower And Knocks It Down, Aswell as Scattering the Blocks About, Before the Lights Come On. When the Blackout is Over, tyhe Unfortuantes Have to Rebuild the Tower, Aswell as Shoving the baby Back In His Crib. There Are Usually Around 2 Blackouts each Time the Game Is Played. If the Baby Is Not In His Crib And the Tower Isn't Complete at the End, the Unfortunates Fail.
Saboteurs & Unfortunates TrappedEdit
In Series 4, Episode 2 (Hastings) the Saboteur Was Lucy. Lucy Ruined the Game But Was Detected For Making to Much Noise.
In Series 4, Episode 5 (Croydon) the Saboteur Was Freya. Freya Ruined the Game And Got Away With It, With Kieran being Trapped Instead. Freya Was Trapped On Floor 2.
In Series 4, Episode 8 (South Shields) the Saboteur Was Adam. Adam Ruined the Game And Didn't Get a Single Vote! Instead, Ads Was Trapped. Adam Was Later Trapped on Floor 5.
In Series 4, Episode 11 (Livingstone) the Saboteur Was Craig. Craig Ruined the Game And Didn't Get a Single Vote! Instead, Zak Was Trapped. Craig Was Also the Saboteur on Floor 4, The Wolf and the Nut, And Got Away With It Again, But Was Trapped on Floor 2.
The Game Is Obviously Based On Body Shock and Wall Of Sorrow From the Original Trapped!
In Body Shock, the Unfortunates Had to Find Body Parts And Complete a Body In the Middle of the Room, Connecting the Legs and Hands . But, In the Power Cuts, the Saboteur Released the Botherers From a Cage Built Into A Wall, Who Would then Destroy the Body. The Unfortunates Had to Have the Body Complete And the Botherers Had to Be Back In Their Cage At the End Or They Would Fail!
In Wall Of Sorrow,the Unfortunates Need to Build the Wall In 90 seconds Before the Time is Up to pass the challenge, Beware the Blackouts, the Saboteur Will Wreck the wall, After that The Unfortunates Will Have to Rebuild it Or They Would Fail!
In Botherer Blocks, the Unfortunates Have to Find Toy Blocks And Assemble Them On a Rug in the Middle of the Room. But, During the Blackouts, the Saboteur Would Release the Baby Botherer From His 'Crib' Really a Cage, Built Into the Wall. The Baby Would Then Destroy the Tower. The Unfortunates Have to Have the Tower Complete and the Baby Back In His Crib At the End Or They Would Fail!