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It didn't have the comedy or thunder of "Battlebots", but this show was still okay to watch. For this show, there was an arena full of vast obstacles, including fire, a pit, a spinning disk and over-sized household appliances. Plus, there were the "house-bots" to offer a little more competition, the toughest being Sir KillaLot. I like all that stuff. The show was an hour long, so there's a lot of time to fill between matches. That's okay cuz there's Mick Foley as the psycho host who sometimes goofs on the teams, especially the Clown team. There are also interviewer-babes Rebecca Grant and Carol Grow, so no dead air time there. As for the matches, they're never boring, but they needed to get new 'bots every show, and not recycle so much.
Again, not nearly as funny or slam-bang as "Battlebots", but acceptable solely for it's cast and props.
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