When she is in an irritated and angry mood, her wand shifts to doing bad things. The premise really set itself up for success and this was a really great idea for an episode. On one hand, the season 2 appearances have been super serious and pretty hardcore, for the most part. I actually was scared for those rats; Ludo looked like he was out to kill. Probably Ludo's wand has a good aspect too, it's just that he isn't in a very good mood lately, hah.
It's weird to see such a goofy looking being actually become stronger and really work hard for it. As a result, Star is somewhat irrational and irresponsible for ignoring her own felonies. Glossaryck is my favorite character too just for being so random cue Wolfkebobobobobob P. Wand to Wand - One half powered by love and loyalty, the other powered by lust and anger. The premise of the episode is so bland and potential was completely wasted.
He returns to the bar to pick a fight with the rats, telling the eagle and spider not to interfere. Gallery Click to view the gallery. The whole ordering the mud thing leading up to it was one of my favorite moments in the show. As a result, Ludo and his minions are kicked out of the bar. From the start, the title made me think that Star would end up on some sort of rampage that could lead to bad news. Fearful of what might be in store for her, Star decides to run away.
When Cloudy was not doing as she says and was destroying the yard, you could see she was furious, but when Marco got sucked up by Cloudy, her concern for him reverted the wand to its good form. The fact that her caring about Marco is what made her able to solve things made me happy, too, as a shipper. Meanwhile, on , uses to build numerous Mewni battleships in bottles. Marco explains the unbelievable magnitude of what Star just did will get her sent to jail prompting Star to run away. With episode 4 of Season 2, we get the chance to open the door a little wider regarding Star Butterfly, as well as the enigma that is, Mewnian magic. Cast: Eden Sher, Adam McArthur, Yvette Nicole Brown, Jeffrey Tambor, Alan Tudyk, Dee Bradley Baker, Eric Bauza, Artt Butler, John DiMaggio, Grey DeLisle, Maurice LaMarche, Nia Vardalos, Veronica Dunne.
It feels like trying to fit together two parts of a mis-matched jigsaw puzzle. As Star tells her story, Brigid stakes a strange interest in her hair. I still think it was a pretty decent episode. Diaz's haunted house with an actual ghost. The officers reveal to Star that the police car she destroyed was scheduled to be decommissioned anyway, so she does not face jail time.
This may be in line with her character, but it also goes to show how underdeveloped she is. Star and Ludo struggle to get their new wands to work properly. Our house has been half destroyed. Star vs Echo Creek sounded like she was going to possibly wage war on the small California community. Given that the segments are storyboarded rather than written, it does make one wonder how the group of writers come up with a lot of the strange things we encounter. What we get instead, is an episode focused moreso on studying how she copes with making a rash decision.
Star even gets to be a part of a song that has a rather catchy beat, almost putting one in mind of something from Alice in Wonderland. Star and Marcia will have a sister relationship. Plot The episode begins on ; in a bar occupied by large rats, the bartender serves porridge to the bar patrons. Wand to Wand felt like the most serious episode of the whole show. On the other hand, we still have all of season 1 ludo to think about, and even the monsters he legit trained don't respect him.
While Marco struggles to win a jealous Pony head over, Pony Head is being followed by some mysterious strangers. Even so, it turned out to be a pleasant surprise, in showing more about character development for Star, but not falling too far down the rabbit hole for off-the-wall craziness. Adventure time didn't start getting serious til around season 3. As Cloudy takes the garbage out, he ends up making even more of a mess. The other plot with Star and the cloud was decent, but Ludo really was the highlight of this episode. Wand to Wand: Definitely the better of the two episodes.
The way that cloudy or whatever his name was really paralleled Star's lack of responsibility really drove the point home, and I think it really put things in perspective for Star. Star tells him to stop and clean up his mess, but he refuses to listen. However, for fleeing the scene of an accident, Star is sentenced to some community service of washing police cars. I can understand the sentiment. Wand to Wand: I couldn't help but like how Ludo's pets don't have full respect for him.