Kickin' It (2011–2015)

TV Series   |  TV-Y7   |    |  Action, Comedy, Family


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A once-in-a-generation young karate fighter named Jack joins the Wasabi warriors.


6.3/10
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Creator:

Jim O'Doherty

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6 March 2015 | erichedlund1
8
| Good
This show is one of the better children's sitcoms I've watched in a long time. I watched only a couple episodes of hannah Montana and I genuinely liked it. I think icarly was good and drake and Josh was fantastic. Suite life on deck and pair of kings were really funny and I enjoyed them. They've been progressively getting worse like victorious, lab rats, and crap shows like ANT Farm, sonny with a chance, and basically anything on Disney channel and nickelodeon. Kickin' it's previews and advertisements were weak. I watch the first episode and I was utterly impressed with the use of violence and martial arts rather than just one punch. I liked that they showed action but I'm confused with they didn't rate this show TV-Y7(FV) because there are fight scenes and violence in the majority of the episodes. They've gotten better until season 4. The fight scenes in seasons 2 and 3 were really good and it was entertaining. I watched 7 episodes of season 4 and there were no fight scenes in any of them. I was glad that Eddie's character was written because his character wasn't funny, interesting, or any physical capabilities. I was extremely saddened when Kim left because I liked her as a character as a positive, sassy, and confidently awkward person. Her relationship with jack was glossed over a lot but I wanted to see character development. Milton and jerry are annoying because their characters cannot be worked with. They can't fight but Disney XD can't trick me into thinking he can fight. Jerry was just obnoxious and idiotic. He can be funny but he just comes off as irritating. Jack's character is especially weak. Him being an expert close to Rudy's was bad because it made Rudy look like a bad sensei for him just showing up and being able to kick just as much butt as Rudy. Jack being a "flawless" character leaves no room for development or believability that he's in danger or has a problem. Rudy is a great sensei as where a mentor is supposed to discipline his students but that is played on as he's the most immature. He puts himself into weird situations and reacts as immaturely as possible. He can fight which is good and expected from a sensei. He's a funny likable character. He's my favorite. The show is genuinely funny with some good ideas.

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Action | Comedy | Family

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