Howdy! This is PhantomStrider. It’s time once again to check my favourite company: Disney. Well, nowadays we have ridiculously high expectations of Disney animations Disney sitcoms remain some of those badly acted embarrassments since Nickelodeon sitcoms. So we’re gonna check them out today. So let’s check out the top 5 worst Disney sitcoms. Also, I’m trying out a new background style today. And if it doesn’t work, I’ll just go back to my desk next time. As well as that, I’m the completely wrong demographic for these shows. So, if you can enjoy them I’m glad. They’re personally just not my thing. Anyway, onto the countdown. Number five: Bizaardvark Take one of Nickelodeon’s few good teen sitcoms, like iCarly. Then, mush it together with a cataclysmically bad acting of Disney’s ‘Ant Farm’. Now, make the scripts written by donkeys. You have Bizaardvark. Even the theme song feels like it was put together in two minutes by an executive on his toilet break. It’s basically the sentence “let’s go make some videos” over and over, as the show praises itself. [Singing] Let’s go make some videos! Hey! Hey! Let’s go make some videos! Quack, quack, quacking good! You again! That abysmal young actor from Ant Farm. And he is just memorably bad as last time. Again, I don’t blame the young actor. What is he, 9? But the directors just never seem to care with these sitcoms. Do they get one take? The jokes are repetitive, and stale, and all the performers act equally robotic and wooden. If you wanna see iCarly with all the charm taken out, then maybe Bizaardvark could be for you. And the number four: Jonas L. A. Ah, these poor kids. The great Jonas Brothers are helpless without the amazing power of Auto-Tune. The Jonas Brothers were given their own sitcom. The Jonas Brothers don’t act per se. They just talk in this constant monotone muttering while they look at their feet. Which is understandable given they’re a teenage boyband. No one expects them to have talent. But despite this, Disney decided to give them THREE SEASONS! Were get all the annoying Disney sitcom cliches here. Mugging at the camera, squeaky voices, and of course: teenage acting with all the emotion of a funeral director. And I’m sorry, I just don’t find the Jonas Brothers at all likeable characters. But we start the first episode by one of the brothers listing of his endless girlfriends, and how he dumped them. I’m sure they’re good kids in real life, but I do wonder if any teenager finds these kids actually relatable. Unless you’re one of the people who wants to fornicate with the Jonas Brothers, chances are you won’t forgive acting THIS BAD! And the third worst Disney sitcom is: Austin and Ally When these four teenagers come together, this tidal wave of obnoxiousness just feels my senses. Austin is apparently an internet celebrity with all the likeability of Fred if he grew up by 5 years. But most infuriating of all is his STUPID HIPPY DIPPY HAIRCUT! I HATE IT! I HATE IT! I HATE IT! It’s like some blonde nightmare hybrid of Donald Trump and Justin Bieber mixed with every High School Musical pretty boy ever concieved by conniving Disney corporate executives. I can’t even concentrate on what he is saying because that hideous mop on top of his head keeps dominating the scene. And how in 2017 America does this young lady keep getting jobs? She often admits she doesn’t even bother going to work and gets fired daily. I’ve been blackmarked from gas station jobs for being late. Like most garbage tween sitcoms, the jokes will fizzle and the ever omnipotent laugh track will cackle inanely like some invisible haunting presence. And, what can you say about sad jokes like this anyway? [AUSTIN]: Sometimes when I burp, I’m afraid there’s an alien on my stomach trying to burst out. That pretty much summorizes Austin and Ally in a nutshell. If you are constantly cringing and groaning at Austin and Ally, then clearly you have the common sense to change the channel. And the second worst Disney sitcom is: Dog with a Blog You know a sitcom has problems when the most talented, interesting and expressive character in the show is well, a dog. Seriously, for a DOG, he is surprisingly expressive. However, we rarely end up seeing the dog, and we’re generally watching the bland he lives with. Every character seems to be the cardboard cutout nuclear family Disney stereotype. A whiny but likeable younger sister, a dim-witted teenage brother. On top of this, the jokes are all once again groaners. And the setups are just so cringeworthy. Avery particularly just gets under my skin. I’m sure the actress is a lovely person in real life, but the character she plays is pretentious, stubborn, and I just feel bad for her family when I watch an episode. Dog with a Blog is another of those cliche nothing sitcoms. The acting isn’t hammy enough to be interesting. And I forgot the episode minutes after watching it. [DOG]: Hey, look at me! I’m a sandwich! Oh, that’s a bad joke. Next show! And before we get to number one, I have one quick unmentionable. Hannah Montana. A lot of people probably already know, I think this show is BEYOND ABYSMAL. And I cannot STAND Miley Cyrus. So although this is probably my least favourite Disney sitcom it’s got more than enough attention as is. Anyway, onto number one. And the number one WORST Disney sitcom is: Shake It Up While I’ve heard the two main actresses are nice people in real life the characters they play are highly vain, selfish, and look like they constantly want to KILL each other. I often wonder if these two DON’T get along in real life because they have this constant stare of MURDER in their eyes. These two are just whiny, self-centered and overly sassy. They just seem to grate on my nerves so quickly. And every adult in this show is portrayed as clueless and completely stupid. It’s a shame too, because some of the song and dance numbers from Shake It Up are vibrant and really well coreographed. It’s a shame they’re constantly overshadowed by abysmal acting and jokes even by Disney sitcom standards. And how many times are we going to see the ‘kids wanting to get famous’ stereotype? While I’m used to wooden Disney sitcom acting, there’s never been this underlying seething anger between the actors before. Everything in Shake It Up came together to make something predictable, flat, and just plain annoying. While I hope the actors went on to do better things Shake It Up was not their crowning moment. Next to Hannah Montana, I personally consider it the number one WORST Disney sitcom. Personally, these shows just make me miss the days of Disney sitcoms like Lizzie McGuire. When the kids could still be professional, but still have fun. Very occasionally, there’s this unique sense of colour and vibrancy and beautiful energy to Disney sitcoms there I just couldn’t find on any other channel. I can never really blame the actors, ’cause one: they’re kids. And two: it seems like the director probably just didn’t care. But maybe future Disney sitcoms will evoque more of that beautiful energy that we once saw. Well, thanks for checking out my list. If you’d like to be notified when I release some of these videos feel free to hit the bell icon and subscribe button And as always, thanks for watching. And I’ll see you next time.