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Bert the Conqueror

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Thrill-seeking comedian tries his hand at local stunts.

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age 7+

Based on 1 parent review

age 7+

Stold script from Man vs. Food.

This show totally copycats man vs. food. It has the exact same dialogue as man vs. food. Also, it finishes with a challenge. Give me a break. Bert is one ugly dude so that makes it hard to watch. Thus, I am giving it only 2 stars. Cmon, come up with something original. Adam must be pissed.

Is It Any Good?

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Overall, Bert the Conqueror highlights the different ways that people across America satisfy their thrill-seeking cravings. It also shines a light on some unique cultural events that celebrate American small-town culture. Some of the activities seem a little zany, and many -- especially some of the backyard stunts -- are a little dangerous, too. But the show is non-judgmental about these activities and the people who participate in them. Instead, it offers an interesting look at how far Americans will go to have fun.

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