Crash & Bernstein (2012– )

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Wyatt Bernstein is a typical boy who enjoys hanging out at the local arcade with his friend Pesto. In a household full of females, Wyatt desperately wishes for a brother he could do fun guy... See full summary »


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Series cast summary:
 Wyatt Bernstein (38 episodes, 2012-2014)
Tim Lagasse ...
 Crash (38 episodes, 2012-2014)
 Cleo Bernstein (35 episodes, 2012-2014)
 Amanda Bernstein (31 episodes, 2012-2014)
 Pesto (29 episodes, 2012-2014)
Paul McGinnis ...
 Puppeteer #2 / ... (24 episodes, 2012-2013)
 Mel Bernstein (22 episodes, 2012-2014)


Wyatt Bernstein is a typical boy who enjoys hanging out at the local arcade with his friend Pesto. In a household full of females, Wyatt desperately wishes for a brother he could do fun guy stuff with and who would provide him much needed male reinforcement at home. When he is reluctantly taken to a Build-A-Bestie store by his family for his birthday, he creates a boy-filled version of a Bestie. Wyatt's dream finally comes true when his creation, Crash, comes to life. Together, the new brothers help each other navigate life's experiences - Crash helps Wyatt come out of his shell and Wyatt introduces Crash to life as a kid. Although they sometimes have their differences, like true brothers, they always have each others back. Written by Disney

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Disney Fails Again...No Surprise Here
14 October 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Anyone else remember a few years back when Disney Channel actually had quality? There was Even Stevens...wait, that was the only show that had quality. The cartoons are good too, but the sitcoms are awful! They're pointless, have no effort, and lack humor. Sure, there's one or two smirks per show at least, but the popular slapstick random humor doesn't cut it. Crash & Bernstein is an example of these shows. We have all seen Disney do better on the big screen, but their TV shows are to children as Michael Bay is to teenagers- and you know what he's like.

I see my brother watching this show and I don't see why he finds it amusing. I know he Knows what good comedy is, but obviously, the bad puns and sometimes unnecessarily crude humor has already pulled him into this incredibly hyperbolic show about family(the sisters don't even have similar hair color. The age composition between the siblings is also off. And WHERE IS THE FATHER?????). Sadly, my brother is lost. Dear viewers, do yourselves a favor and block this channel from the sons and daughters, or siblings, that you love. Let them watch Leave It to Beaver.

Lets break this down. I won't even mention the acting or cast, which is already bad. First- as I mentioned before, there is no father. Half the shows they got have at least one parent MIA, and it's a bad impression on the viewers. It makes kids think that it's too normal to be divorced and only have one parent. And it's not! Second, the show is from the perspective of a boy with two older sisters. Ideally, the viewers should be in the protagonist's mindset, and he sees two older sisters who bring a lot of feminine things to his environment. They are too far apart in age to really have any effect. They don't team as well. Thirdly, a puppet is a nice change, but he isn't funny. Period. He's a jerk. Kids see him as the perfect brother for Wyatt (Remember to think Leave It to Beaver). Again, this is an unhealthy encouragement. this is only a sliver of many other problems. I hate to be a pessimist, but if they keep throwing these movies out, Why should I do nothing?

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