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Coop & Cami Ask The World
Imagine if Bizaardvark as a whole was good instead of just season 3. Well, it looks like this show has taken inspiration from Bizaardvark’s improvements.
Genre: Comedy
Running Time: 22–24 minutes
Country: USA
Release Date: October 12, 2018 – September 11, 2020
Network(s): Disney Channel
Created by: Boyce Bugliari & Jamie McLaughlin
Distributed by: Disney-ABC Domestic Television
Starring: Dakota Lotus
Ruby Rose Turner
Olivia Sanabia
Albert Tsai
Paxton Booth
Rebecca Metz
Seasons: 2
Episodes: 49

Coop & Cami Ask the World is an American comedy television series created by Boyce Bugliari and Jamie McLaughlin that premiered on Disney Channel on October 12, 2018.


Two middle school-aged siblings Coop and Cami run a Q&A web show called "Would You Wrather?"

Why It Rocks

  1. Despite having a similar plot to iCarly and Bizaardvark (another live action Disney Channel sitcom), it doesn't rip-off said shows. Also, it is much better than the first 2 seasons of Bizaardvark, and it has a similar charm that the third season of Bizaardvark has.
  2. Two middle school-aged siblings running a Q&A web show is an interesting concept, despite being similar to iCarly and Bizaardvark.
  3. Coop running a web show with Cami to distract him from missing his deceased dad and Coop and Cami's mom dating their school principal are interesting and original sub plots.
  4. It brings back the charm of Disney Channel's classic era.
  5. It also shows that Disney Channel is improving with their live action sitcoms.
  6. Most of the characters are funny and likable, such as Coop, Cami, Jenna, Ollie, Charlotte, and Fred (despite his annoying voice).
  7. Fred's ventriloquist puppet Little Fred is funny and interesting.
  8. Unlike the first 2 seasons of Bizaardvark and most other modern live action Disney Channel sitcoms, the show doesn't rely on forced and cringeworthy humor and instead relies on natural humor that actually comes off as funny.
  9. Also, similar to the third season of Bizaardvark, it doesn't try too hard to be hip and current and actually focuses on the characters.
  10. Pretty good acting from the talents of Dakota Lotus, Ruby Rose Turner, Olivia Sanabia, Albert Tsai, Paxton Booth and Rebecca Metz.
  11. Catchy theme song that wonderfully tells us what the show’s about.
  12. It teaches some good morals, such as "support your mom", "work as a team", "reconcile with your friend after a fight" and "you don't always have to win".
  13. The last episode in production order, "Would You Wrather Rip Your Pants?", was a hilarious and great way to end the show in production order.

Bad Qualities

  1. Some of the characters can be annoying and unlikable at times, such as Cami, Jenna, Ollie and Charlotte.
  2. While Fred's ventriloquist puppet Little Fred is funny and interesting, it is a rip-off of Robbie's ventriloquist puppet Rex from Victorious.
  3. Fred's voice is annoying.
  4. "Would You Wrather Have a Snow Day?" is the only bad episode (which sourly ended the show’s broadcast order), and the series ended on a cliffhanger.
    • "Would You Wrather Move?" would have been a good series finale in broadcast order, and "Would You Wrather Have a Snow Day?" was meant to air before hand but disappointingly and understandably didn't due to the Covid-19 pandemic.