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|Island(s)||Reality TV Island|
Bucky Lucas is a celebrity who rose to fame due to his involvement in the first season of Reality TV Island. His first appearance is during the Reality TV Island island quest, though he appears many times throughout island quests afterward.
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Bucky Lucas was the first contestant on Reality TV Island to be voted off of the show. This ultimately led to both his stardom, and him being homeless. The show was his last resort, as the $1 million dollar prize would've saved him. According to the Wayside Annual News, he passed through Wayside on his "way to the big city", and stopped at the Wayside Motel in room 52. He stopped by Mike's Market and the billiards hall, all while being chased by paparazzi. He also ordered a pizza from Leoni's. Strangely, the pizzeria that appears in the island quest is Papa Pete's Pizza. Leoni's is a pizzeria in Fort Myers, Florida.
Sometime later, Bucky returned to Wayside, again staying in room 52. In the Reality TV Island island quest, the player orders a pizza from Papa Pete's Pizza from the Wayside Motel landline phone, for room 52. They then deliver said pizza to that room, subsequently meeting Bucky Lucas. They ask him how to make it onto the show, to which he reluctantly gives them a Bucky Lucas postage stamp, ensuring their candidacy.
Outside of Reality TV Island, Bucky seems to have made a name for himself in pop culture. He has appeared/starred in several films, including "Stuck in Detention" and "Zombie in Paradise". He also played Thor in an untitled film. He has a star in the Walk of Fame on Sunrise Street.
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Bucky's appearance in Zomberry Island
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- In Poptropica: The Official Guide, Bucky's name is misspelled as "Bucky Lewis".
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