Archived from on February 18, 2017. When he inadvertently encases his boss, and then his own hands for wanting to tell the high council, he unfreezes Star and shares his predicament. Star eventually finds Globgor running away from Mewni, believing his presence will only endanger his family. Marco tries to keep up with Star and later tries to convince her to stop when he realizes how serious the participants are in winning. Tom fights back, but is no match in defeating it so the two leave immediately without the boot. Sensei tells Marco that he chose Jeremy because his parents fund the dojo and that he thinks of Marco as a friend.
He parents decide to send her to Earth as a foreign exchange student to continue her training after she sets fire on the family castle. Maybe, this show is not comparable with Gravity Falls, but is comparable with Steven Universe and Adventure Time. He meets with some of the court entertainers, and they steal the key, but River refuses to escape. Marco and sensei visit and eventually come across a rare video store where they have to defeat the store owner to win the tape. Marco and Star arrive in Hekapoo's dimension where they find that the two are now teenagers.
Star desperately searches the Realm of Magic for untainted magic, eventually finding some with Glossaryck's help. The second half of the season aired entirely in February 2017 on weekdays, with either a half-episode segment or a full episode premiering each day. When Star tells everyone what is happening, the audience is angry with Star for ruining the magic show and leaves. They come up with a plan to take advantage of Star's fortune cookie obsession. River then forces her to go on a hunt for the Bogbeast of Boggabah with him. 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. At the same time, Miss Heinous barges in on them to get her revenge on Marco, only for her to recognize the chamber was once her old nursery as a young child.
Star takes the concept of going to battle literally, and the field with bombs, evil kittens, and giant birds. Tom answers by saying he's giving her space since he was present during Song Day, from which he misinterpreted that she and Marco are in a relationship. Olga's for inciting the rebellion. Ludo reads the forbidden chapter and gains some dark magic, but when he talks with Glossaryck, he now has the voice of Toffee, who has possessed him. While they visit a Mewni village, Star sees her father strolling about, and directs the Diaz family into a deadly forest. When I saw the first episode I found it very funny, his humor, unlike other shows I've seen is very clean and very well done.
Unfortunately, they go back too far and end up meeting the first Mewmen settlers of Mewni, who Glossaryck gifts the Royal Magic Wand to help them defend themselves and survive. Ludo wants to celebrate by writing his story into the Book of Spells, but the book no longer recognizes him as its owner and will not let him. Tom runs to her and tells her that it's okay and he knows it was because of the goblin. She then hacks into her and discovers her origins: King Shastacan gave her to her as a baby, who then raised her into becoming Heinous. Marco does not believe Tom has changed but Star decides to go anyway. Diaz arrives to find Hungry Larry has eaten everyone, and rescues them.
Eventually, King Pony Head arrives to have the guards take Pony Head to St. They eventually reach it, but it's revealed that, in order to break the curse, they will need to give up the memory of when they first developed feelings for each other. However, Buff's youngest tadpole, Katrina, later sneaks Star out. She tries to cast some magic to get out of it but ends up in a. He encounters the rats as well as Ludo, who offers him Meat Fork's job.
Along the way, Marco faces one misunderstanding after another with her town's customs and mannerisms. The season concluded on April 7, 2018, with a two-part one hour finale. The hair grows out of control, engulfing the house, and Star loses her wand in the midst of it. With all their efforts, Star reassures him that she only named him squire so they can go on adventures again like they used to. He then discovers he has sprouted a small little head out of the side of his neck that is saying all those things. Later, Baby reports to Moon that, despite her faults, Star's magic potential is far above what hers was at her age, adding that it might be comparable with the ancient queen Eclipsa.
Due to her amnesia, Moon initially opts to stay with the Pies, until she regains some of her memories after she and Star sing together. As the ceremony is about to begin, Star discovers Globgor has escaped. While doing so, an old woman appears with a camera having taken their photo and assuming they were a couple. They finish the blowout sale by buying random, fun things instead of suitable knight gear much to the praise of the knights and Higgs' chagrin. The characters have a unique personality and are very likable and funny. The photo-booth repair goblin, Ben Fotino, claims that the booth is magic and that they must take a sincere photo for it to release them. It is a Naysaya, a curse that Tom had placed on Marco so that Marco would not be able to ask out Star.
Archived from on June 2, 2016. Pony Head reveals that she knew their plan and used Star to simply prove it, having captured the conversation on video. After returning, Star is able to enter in and out of her butterfly form at will. Marco gathers video evidence of Jeremy's shenanigans, and is about to share it with Sensei on the day of the demonstration, but realizing it isn't honorable, he apologizes. While Moon and Buff Frog rescue Marco, Ludo realizes something is wrong and asks Star about his wand. He eventually reveals Spider's secret which is where he vented his frustrations at all the other spells when no one would get along with each other, and just as everyone is leaving, Seeing-Eye understands its mistakes and remedies the situation by showing other truthful scenes where everyone is expressing their love for each other. Having learned to keep impulsiveness in check, Star decides to stay for a bog party and going straight to Moon.
He tells River to make him popular or else he will levitate him into the sky. Star and her sisters try to cheer her up, but she runs away with them giving chase. Seeing their immortal leader wounded causes the monster army to panic and flee with Toffee following suit. As Marco tries to fashion something to fight them off, he recounts how he tried to cheer up Star because she left her phone number for her crush, a -playing student named Oskar, but he has not called her back. Glossaryck appears and joins in the fun. Unsatisfied, Buff Frog decides to leave along with his kids but then notices from behind the bleachers that his own kids as well as Mewman and monster children are having fun playing their own game of Cornball. Retrieved July 18, 2017 — via.