American type of Lego Masters it was up on Fox last evening, rubbing off 10 teams of watchmakers, one by one, and holding a sense of humor by Will Arnett as they attempted to build a Lego. Even the failing nature is amazing.
Lego Masters look like Great Bucks Off Off, but players work in teams, have more time to bake,” and they cannot eat their creations. The show, launched in Britain in 2017, was followed by an Australian version in 2019. We now come to the United States, headed by Will “Lego Batman” Arnett and have various stages of nominal groups. There is a father and a son, big bearded men, Lego engineer and his dudebro, cosplayers, two mom models, and a bunch including Kotaku
The show works just like any other reality show. Each week teams are assigned a different type of construction project. The best performing team is awarded a “gold brick,” which can be sold to exclude them from future challenge. The worst performing team should return home. At the end of the season, one team is awarded $ 100,000, a cup, and the title “Lego Master.”
First of all, teams were given 15 hours to build a large park-inspired structure, complete with moving parts. For a builder like me, that amounts to a lot of time spent assembling Lego items. I need a television and Netflix, maybe a podcast to listen to. I'd take a little in between. The builders on this show had no interruptions and no gaps. They just went to town, showing a high level of talent and ability.
Each group chose a theme, devised a plan, and started building. Other groups, such as newlyweds Tyler and Amy, spend a lot of time planning to build, hitting a few hours by coming up with an idea. This strategy works for them, however, resulting in a beautiful amusement park on a farm with a great ride in the middle of an egg.
The Puerto Rican team of father and son Manny and Nestor are considered to be one of the bottom two teams in the league. Keep that in mind as you watch their beautiful park. It has water slides, a spinning sign, and more details.
Why were they lower? Their roller coaster went in the middle of their park. That's the kind of nitpicker the judges have about these people to distinguish the losers from the winners.
The saddest moment of this episode came when Mark and Boone Timber Town's unbreakable friends made their way out of work. The nail was supposed to carry the car straight to the tree before dropping it on the coaster cooze. Had it worked, they would surely have won the gold brick.
In the end nobody lost in the first episode of Lego Masters. Ten teams came together to build a unique park, and the developers decided that no one needed to be completed this week. Take a look at the revenge below to see how things played out.
Lego's battle continues next week. I can't wait.