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Miss HOMESTAR RUNNER? TWO MORE EGGS Season 2 is Here!

Attention Homestar Runner fans: do you miss the Brothers Chaps as much as we do? If so, we’ve got some good news for you that you may not have known! Michael and Matt Chapman have created a whole new season of animated shorts for Disney XD’s YouTube channel, and we’ve got some of ’em right here, right now.

Somehow we missed the news the second season of the Chapmans’ Disney XD series, Two More Eggs, has been posting new shorts throughout the summer. Last year, we wrote about the first season of Two More Eggs, which ended up featuring 40 animated shorts with a recurring cast of unconnected characters and situations. And now, many of those characters are back for more. One of our favorites was Hot Dip, the anthropomorphic mascot for a cool dip that may or may not be fit for human consumption. At this point, we’d probably lean towards the latter, as Hot Dip’s return finds him in the post-apocalyptic world that was created when the mother of his hapless teenage sidekick, Hayden, ate some of the aforementioned Hot Dip. The short is just under two minutes but it still manages to amusingly skewer most of the post-apocalypse tropes.

Another short you may like finds the two dancing eggs, Poach and Scramble, attempting to escape the eventual fate of all chicken eggs prepared for human consumption. They can roll and they can run, but they can’t hide forever!

You can find the rest of the Two More Eggs shorts on this playlist (or just keep watching the video above!).

What did you think about this year’s batch of Two More Eggs? And what would you give for more Homestar Runner? Let us know in the comment section below!

Image: Disney XD

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