Eww. This is the worst show on Cartoon Network!
Ugh, why is this crap in Cartoon Network! I hate it so much! This show is a rip-off of one controversial Pokemon episode, Electric Soldier Porygon, which is quite dangerous, harmful and life-threatening to kids' health. The episode was banned all over the world because of this Pokemon Shock incident and they didn't want people to suffer from photosensitive epilepsy. You know, science is my favourite subject at school. I'm not hating Pokemon. I'm hating The Problem Solverz! I'm not so suprised that it got rejected by Adult Swim during its pilot but I hate it when it was first broadcast in Cartoon Network! The characters in this show is 100% ugly and lifeless. The animation is choppy, gross, weird, ugly and stiff at the same time. Oh, the violence. The violence was too much but not way too much. It surely has explosions and shooting but no blood. It has too much bright, neon and flashy colours it hurts my eyes and I think I'm going blind if I watch this too many times. The colours is even worse than the seizure part in one Pokemon episode, Electric Soldier Porygon. This episode almost gave me a seizure because of the red and blue (not making a reference of Reds vs. Blues, a Thomas and Friends episode) lights flashing repeatedly but The Problem Solverz is even worse! Electric Soldier Porygon runs for 20 minutes but the flashing of red and blue is just for 4-6 seconds. However, each episode of The Problem Solverz runs about 11-22 minutes and this has too much blinking colours which hurts my eyes. I guess the creator doen't care for epileptic or seizure-prone kids. I am sometimes an epileptic and photosensitive girl and I got blurry vision because of this PIECE OF CRAP! I agree with everyone who said that this show causes seizures! This gave me a seizure already! It is the worst like Uncle Grandpa! Oh yes, I forgot to say something exciting! The show got cancelled in 2013 and is taken off the air! The Problem Solverz, more like The Problem Makerz.
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Violence & scariness
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking