Parents' Guide to

Me and My Robot

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 6+

Tech-savvy teens problem-solve with ingenuity in so-so show.

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This somewhat lackluster series misses the mark in many regards, but Eugene and his friends do demonstrate to kids the value of imagination and creative problem-solving. When puzzles arise and create stumbling blocks for Eugene, C.H.I.P., and the others, they find inspiration in their own ideas and a great sense of accomplishment in creating their own solutions using what they know (and learn on the fly) about technology and programming.

Given that it's geared toward a younger crowd, Me and My Robot would have been better served by less contentious high school relationships, especially in the case of class bully Wince's chronic picking on his peers. Even with the STEM angle to the story and the teens' use of technology in their everyday lives, there's not much in the way of quality content for kids who watch.

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