A medieval-themed game show pitting "knights" (the show's contestants) against "warriors" (think American Gladiators, dressed in black leather and spandex, each adopting a cartoonish "evil"... See full summary »


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Credited cast:
 Knight (1992)
 Knight (1992)
Bernard Erhard ...
 LORD (Law, Order, Rules & Discipline) (1992)
Nancy Georges ...
 Steel Maiden (1992)
Benny Graham ...
 Knightmare (1992)
 Knight (1992)
 Lady Battleaxe (1992) (as Dot Jones)
Cameo Kneuer ...
 Venom (1992)
Marta Leanza ...
 Knight (1992)
Kivon Lindley ...
 Knight (1992)
Jessica Long ...
 Venom (1992)
 Knight (1992) (as Benjamin Kobby)
Jim Maniaci ...
 Plague (1992)


A medieval-themed game show pitting "knights" (the show's contestants) against "warriors" (think American Gladiators, dressed in black leather and spandex, each adopting a cartoonish "evil" persona) in physical games of skill in the Warrior Dome. The spectators cheer for the knights and boo the warriors, Joe Fowler does the play by play, Lisa Canning does the post-game interviews, and the Lord of Rules and Discipline oversees the action, making sure that everyone plays fair. Written by The Fox-2

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American Gladiators it wasn't, but it was still fun
28 January 2002 | by (southern California) – See all my reviews

I first heard of "Knights and Warriors" when I saw something on an entertainment news show about one of the American Gladiators supposedly getting fired from the show because she married one of the cast members of "Knights and Warriors". Being a big fan of "AG," I decided to check out "K&W." It was painfully obvious that it was trying to feed off the success of "AG", with "average Joe" contenders ("knights") facing off against the Warrior Dome's version of the Gladiators ("warriors") in physical games of skill with such names as Catapult, the Volcano, Roller Joust, and the ultimate Target Onslaught. As much as "AG" played up the real people behind the contenders and Gladiators, "K&W" was the opposite. The "knights" wore spandex outfits with trim reminiscent of something you'd see at a renaissance festival. The "warriors" had names like Chaos, Plague, Pyro, Lady Battleaxe, Raven, and Princess Malice. They wore black leather and spandex outfits that looked like they were stolen from the wardrobe of an early 80's Motley Crue video, and each adopted a villainous persona to match his or her name. "K&W"'s equivalent of "AG"'s referee Larry Thompson was a silver-robed gent calling himself the Lord of Rules and Discipline. He sat high above the action, giving his verdict on instant replays and reprimanding warriors who didn't play nice.

If you thought that "AG" was cheesy, "K&W" made it look like a session of "Meet The Press." Still, for all its hokey-ness, it was kind of like a car wreck; you felt like you shouldn't watch it, but you couldn't tear your eyes away from the screen. Despite its hackneyed "good vs. evil" premise, it was actually fun. Like many copycat franchises in the U.S., "K&W" never really caught on, and was gone long before "AG" made its own exit.

Looking back now at "K&W," I find that I really miss it. The current full-contact type game show, "Battle Dome," could never hope to hold a candle to what "K&W" was. I wonder if anyone else has as "fond" memories as I do about this show... for that matter, does anyone else remember it?

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