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Mike the Knight 

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Mike the Knight is a children's television programme that is based around the adventures of a trainee knight and his group of friends.

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Alexander Bar
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Andrew Sabiston ...  Squirt / ... 33 episodes, 2011-2013
Samantha Reynolds Samantha Reynolds ...  Trolley 30 episodes, 2011-2013
Alyson Court ...  Queen Martha (US Edition) / ... 15 episodes, 2011-2013
Erin Pitt ...  Evie (US Edition) / ... 15 episodes, 2011-2013
Martin Roach ...  Sparkie (US Edition) / ... 15 episodes, 2011-2013
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Mike the Knight is a children's television programme that is based around the adventures of a trainee knight and his group of friends.

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Animation | Family

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Canada | UK

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English

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8 September 2011 (Canada) See more »

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Mike de Ridder See more »

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Mike the Knight - Racist
14 October 2015 | by magganthompsonSee all my reviews

I started watching this show with my year old son more recently, I thought it was cute at first. However, like most of the trash on children's television, I soon came to realize that this show is as bad, or worse, than most of the crap they air for kids these days.

Mike is always on a mission. And along the way he finds every single way to be rude to, ignore, alienate, and patronize his friends and family. In an episode I watched today he invited his friend Trolly over for a slumber party, and had the nerve to accost his guest for every single thing he did, and when the friend tried to tell a story he became even more selfish and ignorant and said to Trolly, "my sword is for telling knight stories, not silly troll stories." This comment may have been added with an innocent intent, but all I heard was, "my kind are better than your kind," an evil, intolerant, and racist comment that was inconsiderate and makes me wonder if the crew have even considered that the character is spewing hatred.

Mike is a mean boy who consistently puts his friends down, blames them for everything that happens to "him" and is extremely intolerant of his little sister. Exactly what is the point of a children's show where the main character supposedly "learns" from his mistakes only to make them again in the very next episode? The antagonist characters are supposed to be the vikings, and yet Mike is often the one antagonizing them first, perpetuating their reaction. What I see when I watch this show is a character who is both good and bad, and while it's more realistic in terms of human behaviour, this is a cartoon. There should be more imagination and real educational value. And where the heck is Mike's father? Worst example of a king I've ever seen. I am sick to death of this show.

I gave it a 1 because there is no rating LOWER than that..


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