Todd and the Book of Pure Evil- Season #2

Picking up right where they left off, the gang gets back together with a +1. (Jenny’s comatose father)

These episodes also had a different Crowley High student getting their hands on The Book, there was also more meta-plot. Jenny’s not sure if she can trust Todd of if he’s going to go all Pure Evil, Hannah becomes part of the book, Jenny works out her daddy issues and Curtis gets an awesome robot hand, Todd starts to doubt himself and thinks he might be too dangerous, the guidance councilor gets weirder, the three stoners in the parking lot get a back story, so does Jason Mewes.


Favorites included: Season 2 Episode 6 “Fisting Fantasy” where the gang becomes trapped in an RPG video game and have to journey/fight/dance their way through the game. Some rad stuff happens and Todd faces the reality that he might not be the hero in this story.

Season 2 Episode 8 “Loser Generated Content” where some AV nerds frame up Todd to make his friends suspect he has indeed gone Pure Evil using cliche horror movie techniques. Jenny calls Todd out for stalking her and he comes to the conclusion that maybe he is a creepy stalker who should back off.

Season 2 Episode 10 “two girls, one tongue” It’s a musical and it’s awesome. Here, just watch this video:

Some episodes were silly and insanely immature (like the invisible pervert episode) but then Jenny keeps it cool. Like when Todd goes out to badger girls who have been peeped and Jenny keeps reminding them that the girls are the victims, not the suspected perv.

Unfortunately, the season ends with a bit of a cliff hanger. The gang is down a member! How could they leave me this way?? 

11 thoughts on “Todd and the Book of Pure Evil- Season #2

  1. It took me a little while to get into this show – mostly because someone told my boyfriend that we/I should watch it because it was “like Buffy,” and I resented that *wildly* inaccurate description. But once I started viewing it as its own thing, I kind of loved it.

  2. Netflix has been nagging me to watch this show, so I think I’ll give it a go. It has your endorsement?

    Also, it sounds a little bit like Big Wolf on Campus. Accurate?

    • It’s definitely worthwhile! But I have no idea what Big Wolf on Campus is.

      • WAT.

        BWoC is one of the more entertainingly awful and absolutely hilarious shows to come out right after Buffy. It was clearly riding the Buffy bandwagon, but preferred to parody the whole supernatural teenager genre. They even had an episode about “Muffy the Werewolf Killer”.

        The main character was a football playing werewolf, who, along with his goth best friend/homoerotic life partner, solved the many supernatural mysteries that plagued their little town.

        Seriously, it’s awesome. You can really only see it online now in really awful rips people taped right off the TV, but it’s worth it.

      • Hahahaha I’ll have to check into this

      • It’s on youtube.

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