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I remember reading articles on NickALive! about the show (since that site also talks about international Nickelodeon news), but I doubted that it would come to Nickelodeon USA. Surprise, surprise, it did! Nickelodeon heavily relies on SpongeBob and The Loud House at the moment for their animated lineup. Rise of the TMNT is excellent, Welcome to the Wayne was good while it lasted (it was shafted to Nicktoons and cancelled), but RBUK and Alvin and the Chipmunks are very weak. So how does this show hold up?
Well, it's incredibly dull. The stories aren't very interesting. There was an episode that seemed cool that involved space travel, but it was executed poorly. I think the main problem is that the episodes have wonky pacing, and that makes them boring to watch.
The characters are also stereotypical. The generic leader, the generic girl, the generic young one, and the generic fat comic relief (because "fat people are funny haha"). The side characters aren't much better. In fact, everyone's limited to one trait.
The voice acting is also very bad. I get that it's dubbed, but the voices still don't sit right with me. So yes, this show is very bland and forgettable. You're better off watching Lego City Adventures.
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