McGee and Me! (1989–1992)
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A Star in the Breaking 

Nick Martin gets to be on a game show. Will he show humility, or will the chance at fame go to his head?

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Joseph Dammann ... Nicholas Martin
... David 'Dad' Martin
Vaughn Taylor ... Elizabeth 'Mom' Martin
... Grandma Martin
Sarah Thomas ... Sarah Martin (as Sarah Dammann)
Chelsea Hertford ... Jamie Martin
Ken C. Johnson ... McGee / Additional Cartoon Voices (voice)
Brent Kelly ... Louis
Shaylisa Hurte ... Renee Johnson
Joe Bonny ... Coach Slayter
Stephen Burks ... Mr. Oliver
Jimmy Aleck ... Bill Banter
Stacey Storr ... Amy Packer
Jamie D. Garven ... Shena the Trashette
Bryan Korros ... Trash Time Assistant
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Nick Martin gets to be on a game show. Will he show humility, or will the chance at fame go to his head?

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A star in the breaking
9 September 2013 | by See all my reviews

"What do you say when the doctor's run out of needles for humans, and needs to give you a needle used on Elephants?"

UH-OH!!

Yeah, it's uh-oh, the greatest show ever on YTV...wait a minute. This isn't uh-oh! It's a bad rip-off of shows like Uh-oh and double dare called Trash TV? Are you kidding me? No, wait. it's the second episode of the McGee & me series, concentrating on the moral of humility.

Nick is a big fan of the bad Double dare/fun house/Uh-oh rip-off, Trash TV, which centres on messing up your opponent's look with whatever the host and the 80's sweater girls on set give you. In a stroke of luck & fate, Nick's entry card is picked and he gets an opportunity to be on the show. As a result, it goes to his head that he's going to be on a gameshow. he eventually starts being a jerk to everyone around him, but he gets his comeuppance when his opponent on the show is there not only to win, but humiliate whoever dares oppose her.

As well as cheat on the "egg on the spoon" challenge. Watch it carefully.

I gave this episode an 8/10 rating, only because it brings back good memories of me and my cousin watching Uh-oh together as kids in the 90s on YTV.

8/10


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