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Two More Eggs
A lot or a little?
The parents' guide to what's in this TV show.
What parents need to know
Parents need to know that Two More Eggs is a series of quirky shorts from the creative minds behind the early 2000's Internet sensation Homestar Runner. The content is utterly nonsensical, but it's equally engaging and fun to watch. There's nothing iffy about the show, but its humor is more in line with the life experiences of teens and tweens than it is with those of younger kids.
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What's the story?
TWO MORE EGGS is a short-form series from the Brothers Chaps, whose animated Internet hit Homestar Runner became a cult phenomenon among teens. The show uses a variety of animation styles and introduces characters such as video game minions and a mom who shares obscure meal hacks, as well as commercial spoofs and comical how-to's.
Is it any good?
These minute-long shorts are fluffy and nonsensical, but that doesn't make them any less fun to watch. Between the range of bizarre characters and obscure scenarios, Two More Eggs always feels fresh, and its comic sense is oddly addictive. What's more, there's real appeal to the show's use of different animation styles, giving the project the feel of a drawing-board experiment gone very right.
Don't expect to be knocked over by the show's content; to call it brain candy is generous. But its abbreviated format affords it some leniency in that department, and the visual creativity is a treat.
Talk to your kids about ...
Families can talk about this show's unique animation. Why do you think the creators incorporated such variety rather than settling on one style?
Which of the characters do you find the funniest? Often the best humor has a grain of truth to it. Is that the case with these characters' idiosyncrasies? What else accounts for the laughs the show gets?
Kids: Do you often go on the Internet to watch shows? Which sites do you frequent? Do you notice general differences between Web shows and TV ones?
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