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  • Homes
  • Homes
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  • Homes is a gangbanger and character in Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan. He is murdered by Jason Voorhees with a syringe, making him Jason's 81st victim.
  • The icons in your backpack: * Go to Home Emporium (this allows you to go there wherever you are in Dizzywood) * My home (this allows you to go to your home wherever you are in Dizzywood) * Home Lock/Unlock * Introductory Home Guide * Magic Move (this is a power that can move items in your home, the controls are: up, down, left, right, front and back * Magic Size (this is a power that changes sizes of items in you home, the controls are: tall, short, wide and thin) * Public Visitor's Portal (you can drop this anywhere in Dizzywood to allow others to visit your home)
  • Types of home: bungalow, cottage, detached house, flat, semi-detached house, terraced house House and furniture: armchair, balcony, bathroom, bedroom, bedside table, cooker, dishwasher, fridge, garden, kitchen, living room, microwave, shower, sink, sofa, storey, toilet, view, wardrobe, whasbasin, washing machine Housework: clear the table, do the cleaning /do the cooking/ the gardening/ the ironing/ the shopping/ the vacuuming/ the washing/ the washing-up, lay the table, look after the children/ the pets, make the beds, tidy your room Contributed by: Angela M
  • Houses, apartments, bedrooms, and other dwelling places in Muppet/Henson productions. * 14 Sesame Street- apartment number for Mr. Johnson * 123 Sesame Street- apartment building, home to Maria, Luis, and Gabi in one apartment and Gordon, Susan, and Miles in another. * 1304 Sesame Street- home to Telly Monster * 456 Snuffle Circle- cave dwelling of Snuffy, Alice, Mommy Snuffleupagus, and Daddy Snuffle * Bide-A-Wee Trailer Court- site of Gonzo's house trailer/country villa. * Big Bird's nest- home to Big Bird and Radar * The Big Blue House- home of Bear, includes Tutter's mouse hole * Boober's Hole- Boober's room in Fraggle Rock * The Cat's Playhouse- home of the Cat in the Hat and the Little Cats * Count von Count's Castle- gothic dwelling of the Count
  • A home is in fact, one of the most preferable options in defending yourself from a zombie outbreak according to The Zombie Survival Guide: Complete Protection From the Undead. Residential dwellings are rarely complex or alien; one can easily figure out where everything is: entrances, windows, supplies, etc. This makes it much easier to escape, navigate, or defend if needed. However, one may encounter several problems during one's stay.
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COD
  • Impaled from behind by Jason Voorhees with a
Status
  • Deceased
First Appearance
Name
  • Homes
Last Appearance
  • Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan
Gender
  • Male
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  • Homes is a gangbanger and character in Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan. He is murdered by Jason Voorhees with a syringe, making him Jason's 81st victim.
  • Types of home: bungalow, cottage, detached house, flat, semi-detached house, terraced house House and furniture: armchair, balcony, bathroom, bedroom, bedside table, cooker, dishwasher, fridge, garden, kitchen, living room, microwave, shower, sink, sofa, storey, toilet, view, wardrobe, whasbasin, washing machine Housework: clear the table, do the cleaning /do the cooking/ the gardening/ the ironing/ the shopping/ the vacuuming/ the washing/ the washing-up, lay the table, look after the children/ the pets, make the beds, tidy your room Inventions: automatic, battery, calculator, tv channel, domestic robot, voice control Feelings: angry, annoyed, excited, happy, pleased, sad, tired, worried Words that go together: buy some new clothes, fail your driving test, fail your exams, get a phone call/ text from a friend, have an argument with a friend, lose your mobile phone, lose a game of tennis, meet someone interesting, pass your exams, receive some good/ bad news, sleep badly/ well, watch a good/ boring film, win a prize Common verbs: ( do, go, have, make ) : do exercise/ your homework/ the housework/ a job/ repairs/ the washing up/ , to go dancing / jogging/ outside/ swimming, go for a walk, to have an argument/ breakfast/ lunch/ a meal/ a shower/, make a decision/ a mistake/ a noise/ a phone call / plans Contributed by: Angela M
  • Houses, apartments, bedrooms, and other dwelling places in Muppet/Henson productions. * 14 Sesame Street- apartment number for Mr. Johnson * 123 Sesame Street- apartment building, home to Maria, Luis, and Gabi in one apartment and Gordon, Susan, and Miles in another. * 1304 Sesame Street- home to Telly Monster * 456 Snuffle Circle- cave dwelling of Snuffy, Alice, Mommy Snuffleupagus, and Daddy Snuffle * Bide-A-Wee Trailer Court- site of Gonzo's house trailer/country villa. * Big Bird's nest- home to Big Bird and Radar * The Big Blue House- home of Bear, includes Tutter's mouse hole * Boober's Hole- Boober's room in Fraggle Rock * The Cat's Playhouse- home of the Cat in the Hat and the Little Cats * Count von Count's Castle- gothic dwelling of the Count and his bats * Doc's Workshop- while Doc lives in his adjacent house, Sprocket's bed and food dish are there * Eliot Shag's Apartment- bachelor pad for Eliot Shag * Emmet Otter's house- home of Emmet Otter, Alice Otter, and formerly Pa Otter * Ernie and Bert's Apartment- in the basement of 123 Sesame Street, also houses Bernice and Rubber Duckie * Gobo and Wembley's Room- formerly the room of Uncle Traveling Matt and Uncle Gobo * Hetty Muskrat's house * Kermit's Home- a house belonging to Kermit the Frog, as seen in Sesame Street inserts * Kermit's Swamp- original home of Kermit the Frog, Kermit's Mom, and other frogs. * The Lighthouse- island-based residence of the Captain and his Sprocket * The Muppet Boarding House - home of Kermit, Miss Piggy, and other Muppets in Muppets from Space * No. 17 Highbrow Street- the kids are gone, the pets are dead, but Neville and Dorcas still live here * Old Lady Possum's house * Otter Pond- home to Harry the Duck, Hallie Duck, and Mama Duck * Oscar's trash can- home of Oscar the Grouch and his menagerie, including Fluffy * The Sinclair Home- suburban cave of Earl Sinclair, Fran, Charlene, Robbie, and Baby Sinclair; Ethyl Phillips later moves in.
  • A home is in fact, one of the most preferable options in defending yourself from a zombie outbreak according to The Zombie Survival Guide: Complete Protection From the Undead. Residential dwellings are rarely complex or alien; one can easily figure out where everything is: entrances, windows, supplies, etc. This makes it much easier to escape, navigate, or defend if needed. However, one may encounter several problems during one's stay. A home, like any other shelter or fortress, has only so much food. Depending on what kind of area the home is located, different opportunities/problems can come up. If you are in a residential suburban area it may be easier to escape or hide in because of the large backyards and passageways between properties. Fences easy for some survivors to jump over may cut off the pursuit of small numbers of zombies.
  • The icons in your backpack: * Go to Home Emporium (this allows you to go there wherever you are in Dizzywood) * My home (this allows you to go to your home wherever you are in Dizzywood) * Home Lock/Unlock * Introductory Home Guide * Magic Move (this is a power that can move items in your home, the controls are: up, down, left, right, front and back * Magic Size (this is a power that changes sizes of items in you home, the controls are: tall, short, wide and thin) * Public Visitor's Portal (you can drop this anywhere in Dizzywood to allow others to visit your home)