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Brad's Diary (Kick Buttowski)

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Brad's Diary (Kick Buttowski)
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"Get out of my secret stash!" - Kick.
Part of Season: 2b
Episode Number: 27a
Air Date: June 23, 2012
Writer: Scott O'Brien
Director: Chris Savino
Clay Morrow
Previous episode: Bee Awesome!
Next episode: Nerves of Steal

"Brad's Diary" is the first half of the twenty-seventh episode in the second season's second half of Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil.


After Brad takes all his savings, Kick violates a newly founded brotherly-bond agreement when he decides to get back at his brother by stealing his diary.

Why It Sucks

  1. Plot Hole: Why would anyone just write nonsensical gibberish on a "keep out!" sign when it should just say "keep out!" or any other sentences that disallow people from building sites?
  2. Brad is still an unlikeable character as he steals Kick's secret stash of his life savings, puts it in both his trouser pockets and shows no remorse at all for doing so. On top of that, his diary was a fake just so he could intentionally see what Kick's punishment is and when he gave back his secret stash, it was revealed that he swapped it with Brad Bucks just to buy a poster, yes, really.
  3. Although Harold called Brad out, he also called Kick out when he didn't do anything wrong and forced them to follow Brotherly Law along with signing a contract, when he should have just given Brad a restraining order to stay away from Kick, instead. Then, in the end, he believes Brad when he tells him that Kick was invading his diary, only believing Brad and told Kick that he "broke the Brotherly Law", and so, Brad gets away scot-free while Kick receives his punishment.
  4. It's mainly a torture episode for Kick as he accidentally loses Brad's diary when going into his room to get back at him and goes through all that trouble only to get severely punished.
  5. There are barely any stunts here because of Kick trying to get Brad's diary back.
  6. Bad Ending: As mentioned above, Kick got in trouble for "breaking the Brotherly Law" while Brad gets away scot-free and told Gunther the few things he did (read WIS#2). Then, Brad sits in his room staring at a poster but gets a rocket thrown out of nowhere, while we see that Kick's punishment is just banging frying pans with Harold, which is nonsensical and might get on your nerves.

The Only Redeeming Quality

  1. Kick and Gunther are still likable characters. Kick especially, as he tries to get back at Brad despite breaking the agreement and catching the diary outside to bring it back home.


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