McGee sets out for summer camp but ends up in the wrong bus, where he meets Squirt and Gretchen. The bus ended up at Camp Lakebottom, a forgotten, weird place has a lot of adventures in store for the 3 friends and their enemy Buttsquat
William, is a bright-eyed, eager 10-year-old knight-in-training, completely devoted to his mentor, the lovable-but-slightly-inept-knight-in-gleaming-armor Sir Roderick. The day Princess ... See full summary »
Sidekicks? Really? That's the best you can do for a plot? Granted, it's somewhat original, but this is as generalized as you can get in terms of creativity.
As for the main characters, Eric and Trevor, well, they're actually not as annoying as Adam or Rodney, but getting closer to it I'll admit. In fact, they're kind of copies of Flapjack and K'nuckles, but the supporting ones range from strange to just plain annoying.
Let's start with Maximut, a "angry dog" Are they for real? An angry dog? That's just stupid! Why on earth would anyone think of a character like that anyway? That's like having a character as a dog who's a nuance to the hero. It just doesn't work.
But the worst character in this show by far is Pamplemoose. The guy who can't stop riding in his chair and making stupid quotes about, "The more points you get!" Ugh! This is just pointless dialog. It feels like after "Will and DeWitt" Toronato dubbing is going downhill, but as time went on, I should of been like, Shut up PAMPLEMOOSE!. Your quotes aren't funny anymore. But no, he just has to go on, and on, and on! Seriously, characters are not supposed to be this annoying, and this one is completely that, and then some!
All and all, it's not a horrible show, but it's not exactly a slam dunk either. It's a show I could take it or leave it.
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