The premise of the episode is so bland and potential was completely wasted. The encounter is basically a creative interpretation of an internal conflict which is always great to see in animation. Marco explains the unbelievable magnitude of what Star just did will get her sent to jail prompting Star to run away. Adventure time didn't start getting serious til around season 3. 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. Diaz's haunted house with an actual ghost. However, for fleeing the scene of an accident, Star is sentenced to some community service of washing police cars.
Better than Fetch, but I can see how some people compare it to that episode. Glossaryck is my favorite character too just for being so random cue Wolfkebobobobobob P. The following literal battle through the storm is a particular highlight for the episode where Star feels the only way to stop the cloud is to keep blasting at it, but that only makes the cloud want to suck up even more things including Marco. First one involving Ludo was pretty fantastic. Not as bad as Fetch, but a pretty dull and pointless episode, especially since the episode's title was misleading.
I can't decide if I respect him as a villain or not. She moves in with Marco Diaz, a middle-school student from Echo Creek Academy, and teams up with him to protect the wand from Lord Ludo and his minions. As Star gets frustrated over being interrupted, the half-star crystal embedded in her wand glows green. Also, the Diaz family are super chill. All-in-all very funny set of episodes, and I can't wait to see what is next. Plot The episode begins on ; in a bar occupied by large rats, the bartender serves porridge to the bar patrons. They even go the 'hallucination during hunger' route.
This may be in line with her character, but it also goes to show how underdeveloped she is. What we get instead, is an episode focused moreso on studying how she copes with making a rash decision. Marcia is your average 14 teen-year-old girl, with an average life. Her life completely changes when her new friend Star comes. 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. 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. Interdimensional Field Trip is one of my favorite episodes in the series, and it isn't even plot related.
He gets his chance when Star is bummed out about being ignored by her crush, Oskar Greason. So far this season, director Giancarlo Volpe has seemed to find just the right buttons to push, when it comes to showing us more about Star Butterfly as a character. As the rats all laugh at Ludo, he draws his and prepares to unleash his magical wrath upon the bartender, but the wand doesn't do anything. Candle, is working with Tom to demoralize Star and drive her back into Tom's arms. As he explains to her what prison is like and how much worse it is than , Star decides to run away and go into hiding. Star turns to for help, thinking there might be something wrong with her wand, but Glossaryck offers little assistance as he is in pain from casting magic on his own face. I never knew that the giant spider and eagle would become so significant.
The setup, the plot, and the animation was stellar. It's really 2 mini episodes more than anything. So I wrote that song!? Unlike some of the more straight-forward segments, much of what goes on with the episode, may take viewers a few returns to figure out just what is going on. The premise really set itself up for success and this was a really great idea for an episode. I kind of disagree that Star's wand is powered by love and Ludo's with hate. Meanwhile, Cloudy makes a complete mess of the 's living room. Also, the hugs are getting more frequent.
I can understand the sentiment. She even ignores Marco when he tries to talk her out of it despite him having a good track record when it comes to advice. He does eventually produce the same magic beam as before which knocks all the rats away, but it takes a long while and a big beating from rodents to make it happen, and he quickly loses control when the beam is shot. As the rats gang up on Ludo and beat him up, he gets angrier and angrier until he finally unleashes the full force of his wand. Marcia will be paired with Tom. Ludo may not be a master of the wand by any means, but the power he unlocks with it is still really effective even with only half of its power.
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. Star goes on the run after accidentally crushing a police car. As a result, Star is somewhat irrational and irresponsible for ignoring her own felonies. It seems Ludo's wand works only when he is angry, so this might be huge later on. My eyes are down here. Star Vs Echo Creek was funny, but not too plot-related, while Wand to Wand was both. Diaz on a tour of Mewni as a present for their anniversary.
Star pulls Marco to safety and uses another Sunshine Friendship Spell, this time successfully turning Cloudy back to normal. Just what that could mean for the planet Mewni, we were left to ponder. I love the filler episodes when they're actually wacky and in-character. Star and Marcia will have a sister relationship. Back on Mewni, Ludo learns to harness his wand's power by channeling his own anger.
She refuses to go home and runs away again. When Marco's parents return home from shopping, the whole family cleans the house together, and Star decides to clean by hand instead of using her magic. They bring her to the station, where Marco has waited all night for her to be found. Gravity Falls wasn't too serious at first was it now? After defeating all the rats single-handedly, Ludo points his wand at the bartender and orders him to serve him some porridge. Marco causes her to break her ship in a bottle, she felt insulted by Cloudy with the princess's hands remark, and also with Glossaryck for telling her there must be something wrong with her. Is there a way to submit some, 'cause I'm down to it! Last weeks' pair just weren't that good from a writing standpoint, but this weeks' totally dispelled any fears.