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Kids' TV Champ - Radio Times vote

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If you see this post before 2pm on Friday 24th and haven't yet voted Knightmare for the Radio Times' Kids['] TV Champ, here is where you can do so while there's still time. Knightmare is currently losing its head-to-head against the Teletubbies of all things - I'm starting to suspect that the one in the purple costume was called Nigel with a surname starting with F - and given all Knightmare's triumphs of the last two years, I hope it can be spared a multicoloured travesty.
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You can vote more than once, too...
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Just voted and now Knightmare is on 55%! Can't let La La and co beat Knightmare!!
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And now it's losing to Chip & Dale: Rescue Rangers! This round ends on Monday afternoon, so get voting over the weekend!
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Did love Chip and Dale!! Surely Knightmare should still beat this though.
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Canadanne wrote:You can vote more than once, too...
Or, as the Teletubbies put it: "Again! Again!" Didn't work out for them this time. >:-]
pjmlfc05 wrote:Did love Chip and Dale!! Surely Knightmare should still beat this though.
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Thank goodness this beat the Teletubbies in Round 1.

Now that the community is aware of this, we should hopefully stand a chance of doing pretty well in this competition. Has been promoted on the Facebook page and @KnightmareTV Twitter account.
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Drassil wrote:
pjmlfc05 wrote:Did love Chip and Dale!! Surely Knightmare should still beat this though.
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Ha! Like it!
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Round 3, Knightmare v Duck Tales! Voting ends on Wednesday!
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Knightmare is ahead but not by much! If it wins, the next round or 2 shouldn't be too difficult. I think Knightmare has a good chance of winning.
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Knightmare and DuckTales? Disney seems determined to take Knightmare down. I look forward to seeing Scrooge McDuck's tail feathers turned into Feathers of Falling. (Insert 'down' pun here.)

If Knightmare gets to Round 4, it will have made the Final 16, matching its achievement of reaching the Top 16 of Channel 4's 100 Greatest Kids['] TV Shows.
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That reminds me, I recently saw a version of the Duck Tales opening titles but with real ducks. ;D
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At present Knightmare is comfortably beating Duck Tales with 70% of the vote - looking good come 2pm tomorrow.

Also glad that we don't have Fun House to contend with this time, as it was thankfully put to bed by Scooby Doo in the first round.
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JamesA wrote:At present Knightmare is comfortably beating Duck Tales with 70% of the vote - looking good come 2pm tomorrow.

Also glad that we don't have Fun House to contend with this time, as it was thankfully put to bed by Scooby Doo in the first round.
I don't think Pat Sharp was aware of this at the time as I'm sure he would have mentioned it on his twitter!
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Yeah, Pat Sharpe single handedly swung the votes when it was Knightmare vs FunHouse on Challenge.

Slightly unfair, but there you go.
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