Knights of Mayhem (TV Show) Review

Channel: National Geographic Channel

A show about jousting. Doesn’t get much more exciting than that. Except maybe shows about pinball, cake walks, knitting, and the pawn shop show with that delightful Chumlee!

Knights of Mayhem follows jousting captain and “World Champion” Charlie Andrews as he dons a full set of metal armor and gets medieval (literally) on the other couple of people that engage in this idiotic activity.

Charlie is apparently very experienced and has given up everything, including his family, to do this for a living. This proves that he has major priority problems and various mental disorders, possibly stemming from seeing his paw get runned over by horses as a child.

I don’t care who you are, what you look like, how long you’ve been doing it, whatever. If you’re a grown man wearing armor and hitting other men with sticks, you’re a jackass.

What happened to National Geographic? When I was a kid it was all about half naked African women riding elephants. I guess a good thing can’t last forever. I give this show a THUMBS DOWN.

5 thoughts on “Knights of Mayhem (TV Show) Review”

  1. LOL. It’s as if you read my mind when I first saw this show. I thought it was a joke. He’s the World Champion of like four or five other guys? I’m the World Champion of taking dumps on my toilet, since I do it more often than my wife and my 6-year old son. But, unlike jousting, taking a dumps is actually productive.

    1. So what about other sports golf, baseball? Are those productive? Lol talk about a terrible response and a terrible review but unlike this review the show is actually good.

  2. It’s a real sport with several hundred contestants around the world and not only that it’s been around for a couple of centuries now. What was the score of the Kings I’m sure taking the dump is it nearly as exciting as getting on the back of the horse and Full Metal Gear armor and running out another man with a lance you guys are this chickenshit and would never do it.

  3. Wow this is one of the worst reviews of a TV series I’ve ever seen. Talk about personal biases. It’s a real sport and has been for centuries. Guess it doesn’t take much though to be a reviewer. ?

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