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A Definitive Ranking Of All 51 "Magic Tree House" Adventures From Least To Most Terrifying

Jack & Annie took their enchanted treehouse to some crazy places. Would you want to tag along?

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26. "Dark Day In The Deep Sea"

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You should be free to go for a swim without having to worry about a gigantic octopus. And let's not even talk about how Jack & Annie are in the middle of the ocean WITHOUT BATHING SUITS ON.

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21. "Dragon Of The Red Dawn"

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Dragons are ALWAYS scary, but for a pair of kids facing a fire-breathing beast, Jack & Annie look remarkably composed. Maybe it is because they are on the hunt for the four secrets of happiness for Merlin and Morgan le Fay?

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16. "Moonlight On The Magic Flute"

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Hanging out with Mozart sounds fun until you have to use a magic flute that attracts leopards and bears looking to turn you into dinner. And HOT DAMN check out those outfits.

13. "Haunted Castle On Hallows Eve"

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Usually a fun Halloween involves copious amounts of candy. Not for Jack & Annie, who feel the need to explore a creepy, decrepit haunted castle. On the bright side, the two are able to perform some magic of their own.

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8. "Tigers At Twilight"

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What is it with these two? You would think if you had a magic treehouse you would want to go to the beach, but nope, it's off to the jungles of India with the man-eating tigers.

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3. "Afternoon On The Amazon"

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Giant, man-eating reptile? Check. Whitewater rapids? Check. Two kids in a canoe without paddles? Check. This has "disaster" written all over it — and it's all for a magical mango.

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