T.V. Series: All Hail King Julien Season 2

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All Hail King Julien Season 2 Summary

Season 2 Episode 1: My Fair Foosa

King Julien has a brilliant idea in order to handle the Foosa situations: He’ll tame a Foosa named Mary Ann and train it to keep peace in his kingdom with the attempts by Timo, Masikura, and Ted until King Julien finds it to be soothed by music. But the plan doesn’t go quite as expected when Mary Ann ends up making suggestions that would unimprove King Julien’s kingdom

Season 2, Episode 2: Diapers are the new black

King Julien sparks a fashion frenzy when he turns a box of diapers into the coolest styles the kingdom has ever seen upon being told about them by Xixi. He soon ends up in a fashion war with Dorothy and Ted over the diaper distributions.

Season 2, Episode 3: Crimson and Clover

It’s love at first sight when Julien meets Clover’s party-girl sister, Crimson, who has a reputation of leaving destruction wherever she goes. When Julien and Crimson make wedding plans, Clover works to keep the marriage from happening.

Season 2, Episode 4: Pineapple of My Eye

When Julien is fooled by Masikura into believing that a “divine pineapple” that he named Piney contains the wisdom of former Kings so that she can go on vacation, a jealous Mort tries to get rid of it only for its disappearance to start making Julien depressed.

Season 2, Episode 5: Gimme Gimme Gimme: The Game

Fascinated by the idea of money upon Mort showing him the board game “Gimme Gimme Gimme,” King Julien brings money to the kingdom. But Mort’s surprising money skills create big problems when he brings the game into real life for everyone in the kingdom.

Season 2, Episode 6: Body Double

In his upcoming meeting with the cranky Nile crocodiles, King Julien plans to use a political body double to attend the meeting. As Clover recommends Magic Steve, King Julien goes with Sage Moondancer. When Sage Moondancer is injured sliding down the water slide, King Julien enlists Magic Steve as his body double to attend the meeting with the cranky Nile crocodiles in his place. Magic Steve has other plans as he plans to run King Julien’s kingdom.

Season 2, Episode 7: Election

During Xixi’s “Gorch Watch” where fruit must be thrown into its cave to appease it, Julien, Maurice, and Clover enter the cave and rescue Doc Sugarfoot, a charming old lemur who was trapped inside after his tail was pinned down while hiding from the Fossa years earlier. Julien then takes him on as part of his royal counsel. Soon, Doc Sugarfoot challenges Julien to a popularity-based election where the most popular lemur gets to be king

Season 2, Episode 8: Daddy Julien

Julien thinks Mort is his son and renames him Prince Falcon where he enters him in the 6th Annual Junior Gents Talent and Beauty Pageant hosted by Ted. Little does he know Mort’s true age. Taking advantage of Mort’s scheme, Becca and Abner come up with their latest plot to destroy King Julien at the Junior Gents Talent and Beauty Pageant. At the same time, Clover works to learn how to be motherly from Dorothy and Ted.

Season 2, Episode 9: That’s Sooo Rob

King Julien’s former best friend and partner in a rap duo named Rob McTodd shows up to lure the king back to his wild partying ways after King Julien lifts the banishment sentence that Uncle King Julien imposed on Rob. As Rob plans to show King Julien their dream club called Club Moist at the time when most of the lemurs get exhausted from overpartying, Xixi informs Maurice and Clover that Rob is planning on getting even with King Julien following his banishment and after escaping police custody. Now Clover, Maurice, and Mort must rescue King Julien before Rob has an underworld doctor named Dr. S exchange their faces.

Season 2, Episode 10: The Man in the Iron Booty

King Julien gives up his kingdom to help a fellow royal in distress by sending 1,000 mangoes to help reclaim his kingdom. Then he ends up giving away 1,000 of every required objects that he is asked to send. When he sails across the ocean to the little atoll in the southwest of Madagascar, King Julien, Maurice, and Mort find out that they have been tricked by Uncle King Julien and Crimson who have established their prison kingdom Feartopia and eventually placed King Julien in an Iron Booty. Meanwhile, Clover is sent on a treasure hunt that leads to different gifts from her secret admirer and encounters Sage Moondancer who has been tricked by Crimson into doing away with Clover. Now Clover must rescue everyone, free King Julien, and defeat Uncle King Julien and Crimson.

Season 2, Episode 11: Monkey Planet

After setting out to claim the Moon for all lemur kind upon using a space pod found in Timo’s area, King Julien and Maurice land in the desert part of Madagascar thinking they are on Mars. They come face-to-face with a Russian-speaking space chimpanzee named Stanislav as Timo plans to use Stanislav to perfect King Julien’s next attempt to get to the Moon. Meanwhile, Clover is suspicious that the crocodiles might get to the Moon to plant their space laser there.

Season 2, Episode 12: True Bromance

When King Julien learns from Clover her discover of Maurice moonlighting as an advisor to King Joey of the Jumping Rats, Maurice explains that he has been helping them out ever since they were living in chaos upon Karl’s coffee fields exploding and needed their own kingdom. King Julien and Maurice break up. While King Julien tries to find a replacement advisor, Maurice deals with the Jumping Rats who take things too literally while wanting to build a maze. King Julien ask the divine pineapple for advice who states that he should get back together with Maurice.

Season 2, Episode 13: The King Who Would Be King

Maurice shows King Julien a large book called “The Kings’ Chronicles” that tells the stories of the King Juliens that came before King Julien from King Julien I and King Julien II, through Uncle King Julien and himself while showing that King Julien’s story needs to be added. As King Julien has a hard time thinking about what he should write about, Clover does some ghostwriting for him. While writing King Julien’s life story, Clover makes up some tall tales including one about a baby-eating giant scorpion named Fred. The real Fred reads it and vows revenge.

Season 2, Episode 14: Are You There, Frank? It’s Me, King Julien

After some doubting that Frank the Sky God isn’t real, King Julien is visited by Frank the Sky God. The next day, Frank demands that the lemurs sacrifice King Julien to his brother Larry the Volcano God. When King Julien, Maurice, and Clover go to confront Frank the Sky God, they discover that Frank is actually a Robot operated by Karl and Chauncey in their latest plot to get rid of King Julien. Now King Julien must enlist Timo to create a robot Larry in order to fight Karl on even grounds.

Season 2, Episode 15: The Phantom of Club Moist

Maurice narrates at the piano about the time when King Julien planned to leave behind a legacy. He does this by living out his dream of opening a nightclub called Club Moist finally comes true. Club Moist is then haunted by a masked phantom who sabotages the performances in order to get King Julien to close down Club Moist. It is soon discovered that the Phantom of Club Moist is actually Rob McTodd as he plans to have Dr. S switch King Julien’s brain with Rob’s brain.

Season 2, Episode 16: King Juli-END?

King Julien is diagnosed with Mad Horse Disease during his appointment with Dr. S. As there is no cure to Mad Horse Disease and he has only one week to live, King Julien is advised by Masikura to make amends with everyone he has ever wronged. Upon becoming the latest person King Julien has made amends to, Crimson frees Uncle King Julien from Feartopia and learns of his nephew’s illness. They also come up with a plan to make the disease deadly if King Julien’s illness is less serious so that Uncle King Julien can reclaim his kingdom. As Uncle King Julien cuts a deal with Mary Ann and the Fossa to give half the lemurs to them, King Julien won’t give up his kingdom without a fight.

All Hail King Julien Season 2 Review

Rating: 3 out of 5.

My kiddo adores this show, which was a spin off from the film series Madagascar. I, on the hand, am tired of listening to the show. There are however some Easter eggs, like an N’SYNC songs.

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