LEGO MASTERS USA teams build bridges tonight

As the contest heats up in LEGO MASTERS USA, the contestants must race LEGO cars before building the strongest bridge they can.

Airing in the USA tonight on Fox at 9.00pm ET/10.00pm PT, LEGO MASTERS sees contestants with a passion for building compete in challenges as they demonstrate their LEGO building skills.

The winning duo will receive $100,000 in prize money as well as the title of LEGO MASTERS. Last week, there were brick disasters as pieces fell from tall towers and others collapsed completely. Thankfully, a twist allowed the builders more time to repair and enhance their models.

Tonight, each team will be building a car and racing it in the first round, to see who can engineer the fastest vehicle. Then, the teams’ bridge building skills will be put to the test as they construct a sturdy crossing that will be piled with weights – whichever can take the most weight will win.

Actor Will Arnett, who provides the voice for the cinematic LEGO Batman, hosts the series, while Jamie Berard and Amy Corbett bring their LEGO design expertise as the show’s judges.

More LEGO MASTERS USA coverage

LEGO MASTERS: The road to the USA

Episode reviews:
Episode 1: “Dream Park Theme Park”
Episode 2: “Space Smash Challenge”
Episode 3: “Cut in half”
Episode 4: “Movie Genres”
Episode 5: “Mega City Block”

Exit interviews:
Episode 1: No elimination
Episode 2: “Space Smash Challenge”
Episode 3: “Cut in half”
Episode 4: “Movie Genres”
Episode 5: “Mega City Block”

Meet the judges:
Jamie Berard
Amy Corbett

Meet the contestants:
Sam and Jessica
Krystle and Amie
Flynn and Richard
Boone and Mark
Manny and Nestor
Tyler and Amy
Jessie and Kara
Christian and Aaron

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Graham was the Editor up until November 2020. He has plenty of experience working on LEGO related projects. He has contributed to various websites and publications on topics including niche hobbies, the toy industry and education. Follw Graham on Twitter @grahamh100.

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