25 September 2017 | SomeRandomCritique
Not quite there yet.
The show has a lot of potential. But sadly that potential hasn't been fully utilized yet. Basically the show follows a boy named K.O. after he gets a job at Lakewood Plaza Turbo and he begins to go on crazy adventures. I'll begin with the characters. I like K.O. in all. He's a well intentioned kid and he's hard to hate. The problem is, he's not a very complex or interesting character. To be honest, K.O.'s more obliviously happy than modern day SpongeBob. And that's not a bad thing, but it doesn't make a very interesting or complex character. And Rad's just a narcissist. The only one of the main characters I found interesting was Enid.
In my opinion, some of the best Cartoon Network shows have elements that can appeal to kids and adults. The only thing about the show that can appeal to adults is all the references to retro video games.The show is to sappy for teenagers and a lot of the jokes many adults will find either annoying or stupid. With that said, there were a few jokes that left me in stitches. The shows has a lot of low brow jokes that really get on my nerves though.
For the episodes though,the average episode for the show isn't bad. But they occasionally have an above average episode and a below average episode. When the show is at its best, it has a lot of great character development and enjoyable stories. But at its worst, the show can be very annoying and feel like watching a bunch of hyperactive kids run around a room screaming. OK well maybe not that bad.
Though in the end, the shows main problem is that it can often come off as annoying and there needs to be more character development. Though the show is only in it's first season. Once it works out some of the more annoying factors and truly establishes its identity, I'm confident it will become one of Cartoon Network best shows. But until then, I can only say that the show isn't quite there yet.