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Locked Out (Kick Buttowski)

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Not to be confused with the SuperMarioLogan episode with the same name.
Locked Out (Kick Buttowski)
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"Someone's looking to get their hard drive wiped" - Kick.
Part of Season: 2b
Episode Number: 32b
Air Date: September 22, 2012
Writer: Scott O'Brien
Director: Chris Savino
Clay Morrow
Previous episode: Kyle E. Coyote
Next episode: Rocked


"Locked Out" is the second part of the thirty-second episode in the second season's second half of Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil.

Plot

After sneaking out of the house to see the new Rock Callahan movie, Kick arrives home to find that his dad has installed a new security system and must dismantle this extreme robot before his dad wakes up.

Why It Needs to Be Locked Out

  1. Plot Holes:
    • How could a movie explosion actually happen in the cinema and get Kick and Gunther covered in dust? In real life, it would only happen on the screen.
    • The reason for Harold installing the security cameras was never explained here.
    • When Grounded bot attacks Kick, the house looks fixed, but it was somewhat destroyed when Robobot shoots laser eyes on him.
  2. It's mainly a filler/torture episode of Kick trying to get into his house and keeps failing due to the robots thinking he's an intruder - this results with Kick getting his hand stuck in the door, a robot electrocuting him when trying to put the key in the door, putting an anvil on his head, inking the floors of the room Kick got into when using his lasso, putting a mattress on the ground behind the chimney and pies Kick, and even hitting him on the floor.
  3. Robobot is unlikable as mentioned above for torturing Kick and he even destroys the house when trying to get the "intruder". And he never seems to believe that Kick is not an intruder even though he's a robot!
  4. Kick barely does any stunts here mainly due to him looking to get into the house. Gunther also never helps Kick with his problem, either.
  5. Bad Ending: Harold blames Kick for sneaking out of the house to see the new Rock Callahan movie and so, gets Grounded Bot to help deal with him - resulting with the robot beating Kick up off-screen.

Redeeming Qualities

  1. Kick is still a likable character and at least tries his best to get into his house despite failing multiple times.
  2. The start was okay until Kick discovered his father's new security system.

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