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Crash & Bernstein 

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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Eric Friedman
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Series cast summary:
Cole Jensen ...  Wyatt Bernstein 38 episodes, 2012-2014
Tim Lagasse ...  Crash 38 episodes, 2012-2014
Landry Bender ...  Cleo Bernstein 35 episodes, 2012-2014
Oana Gregory ...  Amanda Bernstein 32 episodes, 2012-2014
Aaron R Landon ...  Pesto 29 episodes, 2012-2014
Paul McGinnis Paul McGinnis ...  Puppeteer #2 / ... 24 episodes, 2012-2013
Mary Birdsong ...  Mel Bernstein 22 episodes, 2012-2014
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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 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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Comedy | Family

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TV-Y7 | See all certifications »
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Landry Bender co-stars in the Disney Channel Sitcom Best Friends Whenever (2015), which is currently running. Funnily enough, this show is set in Portland, Oregon, which is the same place where Best Friends Whenever (2015) is set. See more »

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Spoofed in Mad: LinKONG/Rainbow Dash & Bernstein (2013) See more »

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Finally a Kids' Show for Boys
22 November 2012 | by ZZZqq1See all my reviews

Disney is a repulsive company overall, but when the daily options for my two under-6 boys in the touchy-feely, female-dominated children's culture in which we live are shows like "Ni Hao Kai Lan" and "Princess Sofia the First," this is a very - very - welcome change. As the previous reviewer said, it's not for you, it's for them. It may be difficult to understand unless you've experienced it firsthand, but to 4 or 5 year old boys, a purple puppet throwing himself through walls and blowing things up is the funniest thing they've ever seen in their young lives. You've never heard laughter like this. I imagine liberal educators everywhere will be horrified, which only makes this show more appealing.


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October 2012 (USA) See more »

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