Archived from on June 2, 2016. It is also interesting to see how both Star and Marco treat what they are seeing. Meteora then takes Rasticore and announces her intentions to retake the throne of Mewni for herself. However, Toffee arranges for the box imprisoning Marco to gradually collapse, forcing Star to destroy her wand in exchange for sparing Marco. On Song Day, a large crowd, including Marco, Star's parents and the Magic High Commission, gather to hear Star's song. Having learned to keep impulsiveness in check, Star decides to stay for a bog party and going straight to Moon.
After Heinous negotiates with Marco's parents over the kind of punishment, Marco agrees to make a video statement apologizing for his expressions of individuality and for the princesses to go back to conforming. The entire school is devastated. Sensei and Oskar are shown to have become employees at the restaurant, which Janna has been banned from, while Principal Skeeves and Mr. There they find some monsters that have taken over the place but see no sign of Ludo. Star is warned by a 'Bogbeast veteran' to listen for the bogbeasts song.
When Star returns from the party, she is confronted by Moon, who tells her that she must leave Earth due to the situation. When he finds and starts reading Star's journal, Star panics and unleashes her innate magic, which unlocks the door and frees Marco. Buff Frog decides he will warn Star that Ludo is back. Spider in a Top Hat attempts to make sure it gets along with the others, but Seeing-Eye only ruins the situation by telling the truth to everyone and revealing their dark and shameful secrets. However, Rich Pigeon intervenes, having learnt the common Mewmen language, in an attempt to help his kingdom and agrees to sign the petition believing it to be the path to a better future. After a heated argument, they eventually reconcile, and Buff Frog blows Star's cover and forbids her from leaving.
As a distraught Dennis turns to leave, he is confronted by the castle's landowner, who reveals he tricked him into rebuilding it for him. When Ludo and his minions attack, one of the monsters falls for Skullnick. But the kids get scared and go missing; Star and Marco are attacked. She gives him a job below the castle as a squire to Knight of the Wash, Sir Lavabo. Upon being put to work to grind corn, Buff Frog frees himself to discover who is enslaving the monsters. Even given more time to tell its story, I was surprised how the episode seemed to fly by.
As an on Earth, she boards the house of Marco Diaz whom she befriends as they both attend high school. Olga's Reform School for Wayward Princesses. He also obtains a wand of his own which holds the other half of Star's wand magic. Skullnick learns about herself is really worth a mention. But when she is unable to cancel out the effects, she and Marco visit the Plains of Time in order to get to restart time again. She later encounters an underwater sea creature who tells her that hiding out is a good thing, but it is revealed the creature is actually her own conscience trying to convince her that she hasn't made a big mistake. In a sense, it reminded me of the stop-and-go feel with how the Mewberty segment in episode 6 was structured.
However, Toffee takes control of Ludo's body and drains the souls of Moon and the Commission members. The shape-shifting crow is then revealed as Sebastian, the crow that belongs to Mina, who uses the armored boot to rebuild a full set of armor. She contacts Janna for help and proceeds to tell her that anything that remains of Glossaryck must be properly buried in a place of meaning for him. Missing her family and friends, she returns to a very worried Marco and turns herself in to the police who have her wash the other squad cars as part of her police-supervised community service. However, just as she is about to free him, she is confronted by a frustrated Star. She meets the expert on the subject, the Royal Monster Examiner, who initially seems to understand Star's point of view, but eventually reveals that she simply sees Monsters as animals and wants to put them in a sanctuary, by blowing up a dam and surrounding the monster village with water.
They end up having a hard time when they must deal with the various jobs of the goblin vendor Roy and the many lines that lead to the Goblin Dog truck. As everyone's souls return, Star allows Eclipsa to keep the wand. In the meantime, Eclipsa is put under house arrest. He wakes her up and with the help of Glossryck and Eclipsa, they manage to return to Mewni. Olga's to rebel and to kick Heinous out, leaving her living out of a car. In March 2016, it was renewed for a third season prior to its second-season premiere scheduled for July that year. Marco assumes that Rich Pigeon is merely a normal pigeon and tries to make him sign the petition, but accidentally breaks his leg.
Despite some hesitation, Star and Marco go through with it anyway and they seemingly go back to just seeing each other as friends. Next week, the show returns to its standard two-segment format. Things like movies, animation, toys, books, and many more kept my attention. Moon and Meteora then both flee, leaving a distraught Eclipsa by herself. Pony Head finds the concept boring and tags along with Marco to pick up a pizza from Emilio's shop. Basically, predictable as it may be at times, in addition to being fun and creative, this episode strengthens itself on character development. Star uses the seeing eye spell to find Glossaryck and pleads with him to come back, but he refuses, saying that he belongs to the book, and the book belongs to Ludo now, despite the fact that he stole it.