A beast named Bunsen, who is the first beast in his human school, and Mikey Monroe, his human friend, try to navigate through school life when a girl named Amanda wants Bunsen gone so that his kind will suffer from extinction.
Eep, Grug, Thunk, Ugga, Sandy and Gran are back. Follow them as they meet new friends, outrun new creatures and encounter "firsts" the world has never seen - such as school, slumber parties, hiccups and elections.
Picking up where the 2015 film left off, this coming-of-age buddy comedy follows fearless Tip and overenthusiastic Oh, as they navigate the crazily combined human and alien culture they live in, finding adventure everywhere they go.
The fan-favorite cat-unicorn hybrid from The Lego Movie (2014) has adventures with her four other pals -- brother Puppycorn, scientist Dr. Fox, bodyguard Hawkodile, and boring, grey 1x3 Lego brick Richard.
I can not review this as a Dad with an adult perspective. This series was not made for us. It is not like the family movie which it is based it is built for the very young who like bright colours and songs who love stories about friendship.
It is episodic, the animation is familiar but it isn't quality, the voices are not the original cast members but you can't really tell. The story isn't progressed from the movie either (similar to the animated short) and I don't think they ever will. The series focuses on the side characters as much as the main, like Cloud Guy, the horse looking one and the guy that farts sparkles.
If I have any real problem - is that my 3 and 6 year old can't binge more than 6 episodes in a row (right now) which means as a father I have already memorised all these episodes which my kids just repeat.
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