Wyatt and Crash, the two main characters.
Crash and Bernstien is one of Disney XD's newest tweencoms, and a mix of live-action and puppetry. Created by Eric Friedman, the series centers around a teenaged son, among three sisters, who wishes to have a brother. For his birthday, Wyatt Bernstein is taken to a Build-A-Bestie store where he creates a puppet that he names Crash, who comes to life as the brother he always wanted. Crash and Wyatt must deal with three sisters of various ages at home, as the two might have their differences like what other brothers do, but they still have each other's back. For the radar, see Crash And Bernstein
This series contains these tropes:
- 100% Adoration Rating: While not as extreme as most cases, Wyatt is this except for his siblings but they don't count because that's normal between siblings
- Alpha Bitch: Wyatt's sister Amanda.
- An Aesop: Even though the show isn't EI-rated, all post-Episode 1 episodes have at least one. Episode 2's was to not be scared of anything, Episode 3's was that some things in life are hard, Episode 4's was to follow the rules and to tell the truth, Episode 5's was that fitting in sometimes isn't the best thing to do, episode 6's was about responsibility, Episode 7's was "Practice makes perfect", Episode 8's was how stealing is wrong and always keep your guard up, Episode 9's was how you don't need technology to have fun, Episode 10's was people aren't always who appear to be, Episode 11's was (didn't see that ep), Episode 12's was to be assertive and treat new neighbor's like friends not ragdolls, Episode 13's was how money can't buy you everything, Episode 14's was that germs are everywhere and there's no way to avoid them (also a minor one was don't tease people when their sick because when they get better they will get back at you), Episode 15's was about standing up for others, Episode 16's was about not being jealous, Episode 17's was about not using others to your own advantage, Episode 18's was about learning self control. Episode 20's was to do nice thing for the sake of it, not for something in return.
- Are We There Yet?: Crash says this while playing a motorcycle game in episode 7.
- A Boy and His Puppet
- Deliberately Cute Child: Jasmine, she even admitted to it in Crash vs. Flex
- Disappeared Dad: It's never said what happened to the Bernstein's dad
- Do Not Attempt: Any broadcast of a new episode when it is first aired contains this kind of disclaimer with Crash telling the audience to not destroy things like he does on the show, because he claims the audience is not made of felt and stuffing.
- Establishing Character Moment: Crash throwing swords through the house
- Idiosyncratic Episode Naming: Every episode would have the word "Crash" in it.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Both Crash and Wyatt apply. Crash is reckless, irresponsible, and doesn't think before acting, but always tries to fix things when he does wrong. Wyatt is insensitive, selfish, kind of arrogant, gets very upset when things don't go his way, and blames stuff on others that wasn't their fault (like act like Mr. Poulos caused a blackout during a game with Wyatt that he (Wyatt) said he was going to win), but he's very forgiving, tries to do what's right, and helps those in need of it.
- Let's Get Dangerous: Crash loves playing with this.
- Outnumbered Sibling: Poor Wyatt is the only boy out of four kids.
- Shout Out: The theme song starts with, "Yo, I'mma let you finish but..."
- Spoiled Brat: Jasmine, emphasis on the brat
- Stop Helping Me!: In episode 2
- Vitriolic Best Buds