A historical television series that focuses on the impact of the Underground Railroad during the 19th century, "Underground" offers viewers a message of social progress that's just as relevant in 2017.
Children are humans, so why are such awful shows made for them? Cory in the House is one of the worst Disney Channel shows of all time, and this episode is the crud of the crop, possibly the worst, most illogically dumb episode of the series. Even little kids must question this show, and more specifically this episode and say, "Am I really this immature?"
Cory has himself in some wacky shenanigans this week when he needs to take the president to the mall to look for an anniversary gift for his wife. So, the son of the President's chef, and the President go to the mall, and the President ends up sniffing spray that makes him forget who he is, and now...he's a worker at the mall...and even better...Cory accidentally brings the wrong guy back to the White House! Bahahaha! Whoo, what a clever and snappy plot, and it's also ever so logical.
This has to be the dumbest premise for a show altogether, and even worse, the dumbest premise for an episode of a show. Over the top performances come left and right and may lead to an enormous migraine headache. The whole idea that the President is going to the mall with the disguise of a fake mustache is ridiculous enough, but Cory actually brings the wrong guy back thinking it's the president, AND he fools the President's wife??? That makes no sense. The mild sub-plot of The President's daughter acting like Cory's foreign friend Meena was also dumb, and it tries to be cute in an innocent way, but ends up very corny, and too unrealistic for it's own good.
It's hard to imagine anyone actually enjoying this show, but it's easy for little kids to enjoy crud. It's probably not easy for them to enjoy this. This episode of this dumb program is insulting the intelligence of toddlers.
My rating: BOMB out of ****. 30 mins. TVY
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