In the US: Thursdays, 10pm/9c, Comedy Central
In the UK: BBC2, some time in the Spring/Summer, not this month as previously advertised
What's this? A third-episode verdict without even a review of the first episode? Well, Comedy Central's been chucking these babies out so fast, by the time I got round to watching episode one, episode three had already been on, so let's integrate.
As mentioned in my perfunctory preview, Kröd Mändoon and the Flaming Sword of Fire is a co-production between BBC2 and Comedy Central - half the cast are British (and sometimes faking American accents) and the other half are American. It features the adventures of the eponymous Kröd Mändoon, semi-fearless warrior and germophobe (as played by Sean Maguire who seems to have a lock-in on things like this since Meet the Spartans), and his motley collection of followers as they try to fight against the oppression of the evil Chancellor Dongalor (Matt Lucas).
Yes, you guessed it, it's parody time, with role-playing games, Dungeons and Dragons, et al, as the target of this mildly humorous, slightly obvious comedy, mainly involving silly names.
Prepare to laugh - a little.