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The Plane is a mysterious planet created by Airy...

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"Self-Titled" is the ninth episode of ONE: Season Two, the eighteenth overall, and the series finale of ONE. It was released on August 21, 2022.

The episode begins where the ending of "You Move, I Send" left off, with the contestants forcefully pulling the Plug out of The Plane. Airy quickly plugs it back into the computer, and the contestants are teleported back to the contest area.

Liam wakes up after Airy tells Liam he's going to get wood. Liam enters the cave to find The Plane with the contestants as well as the computer open to a "Season Three", revealing that Airy was planning another season after sending everyone back. (Full article…)

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Welcome to the ONE Wiki! This is an unofficial collaborative wiki centered around ONE by Cheesy Hfj containing all of the information about the characters, locations, and many more.

Please note that this wiki is not run by Cheesy Hfj himself or anybody else that has worked on ONE. This wiki is only run by fans of the show and isn't an official wiki for ONE.

ONE is an animated web series created by Cheesy Hfj. The show follows 18 contestants, teleported in batches of six into The Plane by Airy, who compete in his ill-planned, simplistic competition show where the winner receives a wish for whatever they want. The batches of contestants themselves come from different universes. The first batch comes from a universe where anthropomorphic objects exhibit human-like features, such as participating in a civilization. The second batch, who debuted in "Just Tripped", are secretly sentient, living in a world alongside humans. The third batch, from "Screwball", are seemingly based on what members of the object show community call joke characters, and come from worlds that even Airy himself is not sure of.


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