I confess I did not watch this whole thing. I was expecting a Play-Doh version of "Lego Masters" Where teams would compete bringing their creativity to projects pushing the boundaries of what can be done with the toy/activity. Had it been what I expected it could have been brilliant and excellent children's television. As an adult I still sculpt clay and occasionally play with Lego, learning new tricks and techniques can improve the quality of projects and simplify the processes to achieve intended goals. With "Lego Masters" the viewer can get ideas how to use the product in new and exciting ways, encouraging the viewer to expand their abilities. Lego Masters also presents good examples of team building, problem solving, cooperation and time management, it's often the team that plans and communicates best that is the most successful. Lego Masters teaches real world skills, encourages civility and inspires creativity. This show is a blight on child development. Play Doh is essentially an afterthought. This is basically "Super-Sloppy Double Dare" for a new generation with challenges incorporating Play Doh. Challenges include weird demeaning stunts involving costumes, throwing clay creations and an obstacle course. Competitions are essentially races asking contestants to make simple predetermined designs as quickly as possible then doing humiliating and disrespectful things with their literal cookie cutter creations. There is no artistry or creativity involved for competitors. The "team encouragement" is almost exclusively pointing out mistakes of team members and yelling "faster". While negative reinforcement may work while playing dodgeball, it has nothing to do with playing with Play-Doh, unless you want to encourage kids to throw it at each other. The competitions here do not encourage thought, respect, creativity or civility. Play Doh should be a creative collaborative quiet activity to encourage experimentation, imagination and artistry. Play Doh is an activity where non-athletic kids can excel at and feel a sense of respect and achievement, yet this show takes that away brutally, their talents aren't even a consideration. It's atrocious that this show makes kids who play with clay to feel like losers for not winning obstacle courses. Competitions with clay should have nothing to do with climbing, running and jumping. This competition demeans the most prolific users of the product it's promoting. Hasbro should be ashamed.