The Lunar Sea Spire crew finally found the second season of Hilda in their watchlist and decided to get together to share their favorite traumatic and troubling moments. Hilda and friends got into plenty of mischief this season, but some of it wasn’t even Hilda’s fault! The crew laughs over death, deranged elves, and DILFs in the first part of their discussion of Hilda Season 2.
It’s an episode where the strictest standards of silence are upheld. There’s no speaking, no music, and no sounds of wildlife (don’t worry, the woodpeckers are excellent mimes).
Well we say there’s no speaking, but that bit at the end… Oscar’s demon gives voice to some very interesting thoughts. Certainly Summer Camp Island has more to teach us than just the joys of friendship. Remember kids, sometimes it’s important to live a little.
Nobody expected Deltron to come back to Craig of the Creek. Well, I didn’t, anyway. But I should have. King Xavier, tyrannical ruler of the Other Side, was moving into Craig’s side of the creek, and there’s no way Deltron can let something like that go.
So, when Deltron shows up at the perfect time in a game of capture the flag, he’s able to save the day, and help banish Xavier’s tyranny from Craig of the Creek.
Ah, 10 years before Betsy. Isn’t it nice to be able to place things on a timeline? We get another look at Mallory in this episode, but it’s Emma we really get a dive into. But… Do we actually understand her any better?
No, no, all we have is questions. If Spirit Balls didn’t make you wonder then you weren’t paying attention, but seeing what the witches were up to in the past is always a treat.
I’m sure that when you watched You Are Rad you thought the idea of a Rad-Off was funny, that it was just OK KO having Rad say something funny. But what if I told you that Rad-Offs were 100% real, and that Radicles won his identity as Rad in one? Get ready for the deepest of OK KO lore.
Of course it’s entirely possible that this is all just a crack theory based off of something OK KO only ever meant to be funny, but OK KO is a fun show and You Are Rad is a fun episode, so let’s have some fun.
We may not know much about Gene Kelly, but we know a lot about Summer Camp Island—except for maybe monster names, we’re still working on those. Thank goodness we have pine needle skiing with a ski patrol, and a swear patrol to go along with them!
Also, we know a lot about health codes too. We have our doubts that Oscar’s kitchen behavior would pass a health inspection…
Summer Camp Island is kind of far down on the plot twist scale as far as cartoons go, but Hall of Mooms really stands out as heavily broadcasting a potential twist and refusing to take it. No matter how many times we try to upset him, the Broom Maker is just unflappable—the Fountain of Couth DOES exist, and it’s on Summer Camp Island!
But that’s not the only twist Hall of Mooms teases, oh no. Hedgehog’s moom has a mysterious member, and no attention is even called to her during the episode. Surely Summer Camp Island is saving her for the next batch.
This is it: the big retro game episode! Games like Pong may not be as advanced as the games we play nowadays, but they’re still fun. Even Super Mario 64 still has a few things it can teach us.
But of course Mitch isn’t a big fan of the beepy-bloopy retro titles. He’ll be getting his character development soon enough though, don’t you worry.
We Bare Bears is a friendly, comfortable show. The bears may have trouble fitting in, but people are generally nice to them. Usually. Most of the time.
Nom Nom though? He’s never nice to anyone. He’s the biggest jerk in We Bare Bears, and even dips his toes in the pool of outright villainy. Still, We Bare Bears is also a hopeful series; Nom Nom may still be a jerk by the end of the series, but even he experienced some positive character growth along the way.
Sea Bunnies is a wild ride, not least because of the huge difference in art style the episode has. Just watch out for the sea rabbits: they’re not nearly as cute and cuddly as they first appear…
It’s Mushrumours that gives us another piece of the lore puzzle, with witches not bending nature to their whim. Plus, a huge lore drop: Alice is, in fact, a woolly mammoth, NOT an elephant!