Meteora was a crap villain with not an ounce of Toffee's chilling corporate evilness or Ludo's underdog appeal. Also, even done well that sort of thing tends to be controversial. Of course, this is a rather recurring problem of fantasy waycism plots. This is sort of what it should normally be, except it just proves the writers can't reliably even hack an average Samurai Jack episode. Dunno why, but I feel like Wander over Yonder would have also done things right.
She pushed him away to be a laundry squire so she could try and forget those feelings in peace, but after realising Tom won't be the same as Marco, she made Marco her squire so they could go back to the way things were and just hang out as friends, and Marco being her squire made it so Star had control of Marco's actions and ensure that she would not feel emotionally hurt again. Briefly, after a failed attempt of preventing a transformation, Marco chains himself to Star while she is sleeping, and when the two are thrown into a dimensional abyss, Star avoids the portal that would allow her to escape, in hopes to not abandon Marco. In the end, after everyone leaves, Star yells his name after him as he walks to his room, loud enough for the assumed broken game to hear. This seemingly makes Marco come to a realisation that he still has feelings for Star, causing him to drop tennis balls and not be able to form a sentence when she comes close. Classic Pony fag telling fabrications because they cant tell time. Hale and Walter's Arrested Development costar Jeffrey Tambor was also a regular voice actor on the show, but was replaced in season 3.
In a desperate, final move, Star collects all her magical power into a single blast and takes down Butterfly castle on Meteora. Things like movies, animation, toys, books, and many more kept my attention. At the beginning of the previous episode, there was a hint that Star is almost in the same position as her mother was, in the earlier Season 3 story, Moon the Undaunted. Why, cause who fuck likes disney cartoons? Maybe she is more monstrous than she lets on at first. I would love to do more with Star.
Star and Marco hugging just before carrying out their plans to stop Meteora and save Queen Moon. As a kid, I would see names on opening and end credits, but I would know nothing about that person. I dont mean to say that they were anything special, but at least they were trying to have fun and accomplish something without virtue signaling and being completely stupid. The purse opens and Star and Marco's beach day picture starts to slip out. Tad voice as Gregory Michael Cipes.
Globgor was crystallized and remained imprisoned at the temple, while Eclipsa was imprisoned in the for breaking the Mewman taboo of fraternizing with a monster. Star and Marco gaze at each other before saying their last words of the Series. Also, unlike irl, half-breeds don't exist. In his mind, this girl hated him to the ends of hell and back, outright despised his existence and would kill him if she could without being fired from her job. Glossaryck was never meant to be perma-dead in the first place.
Both of their cheek marks then light up. The many friends who greet them think that Marco went to live with Star on Mewni and came back with a baby which they believe is Star and Marco's baby but is instead. What he did was not right, absolutely not, but his mental state was so destroyed he cannot be considered punishable at all for his actions. We have Star off in the Realm of Magic, trying to bring her mother home. Make her blow things up all the time on a whim or not have super good control of her arsenal of highly potent magic. Also, off-topic, but Gravity Falls could have been a lot better. The dialog is good, the jokes are funny, the visual design artstyle aside is imaginative and compelling, the characters are genuine and appealing, and what messages or agenda the show carries are tasteful and sincere.
It is a clown world and your getting clowned. She also emotionally broke down, saying that he belongs with her when noticing that he was not in her tapestry depicting her future. Sadly, her time here is fleeting, and what her actions in the last few minutes, keeps us on our toes as to what she may have in store for the next season, as the credits roll. Besides all that, I doubt she or any other of her fellow creators have the introspection needed to really understand themselves. We can just put them as a faction for Monsters who refuse to settle for less than rule of Monsters. Among other things, I'd reject the idea that Star and Moon descend from some random peasant girl.
I would have had the reformed Ludo return to evil with new clarity about half way into the episode, still as incompetent and meddlesome as ever, but with a fervor that was hithertoo unseen. Although the curse has been broken, it has teased at Starco for a lengthy time now. This leads to his kidnapping by Tom, and through a lengthy session of ping-pong to the death, Marco convinced Tom that he can't trick Star into loving him. Especially with Marco's confession to Star in Mama Star, it seems that Starco has great possibility to be the main endgame ship of Star vs. It kept Eclipsa juuust creepy enough to be not totally trustworhty, but she doesn't really try too obviously to pressure Moon into a deal with her.