Emma, Ravi, and Zuri Ross head off to a rustic summer camp in Maine, where their parents met as teens. Along with their new friends, love triangle, and the fears of the camp, the trio tries their best to settle into their exciting and challenging new lives at Camp Kikiwaka.
I initially had mixed reactions to this show. Although the idea is definitely something new that has never been done before I was questioning whether it could improve on it's initial weakness. In the pilot episode, the jokes felt lame and the laugh track (or kids in the audience being told when to laugh) seemed lacklustre and not genuine. Thankfully it seems to be improving. The jokes are getting funnier and Bradley Steven Perry and Jake Short's comedic timing is rather solid. Overall they do a pretty good job.
Probably the only thing that really doesn't work are their "friends" Gus and Jordan. They feel out of place and unnecessary. Gus especially is one of the most annoying characters I have ever seen. It's painful to watch. All in all though, Mighty Med is a pretty good Disney show.
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