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Nickelodeon, you're not kids, and you don't know what's cool.
I could barely sit down and watch this. For once I thought Nickelodeon made a good show. I mean, the theme song is just lame, it just "Hey! Yo! Watch it flow! It's time for the Romeo show!" And then "Yeah the Romeo show" for the next five minutes. And then it's just crappy camera angles, lame actors, stupid actors, lame slang, and extremely unskilled rap. I mean seriously, that's just the whole episode right there.
The only good part of this show is the Saturday Night Live character, and they try to make her look as stupid as possible for the little time it's on. I mean, Romeo just has to take up the whole show because he's a wannabe rapper. Whoop-de-doo! You can rap. It's only the most pathetic form of music next to country. Go tell some one who cares.
This show is mindless garbage, and I'm surprised this made it to season two. Overall Rating: -16/10
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