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Wacked Season 2 Episode 1

rated 3.60 / 5 stars
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Aug 19, 2003 | 2:21 AM EDT

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I highly recommend that you watch Wacked Episode 14 because this is a continuation of that episode and it won't make much sense if you don't know what happened.

Here's a quick recap for anybody who doesn't want to have to watch that episode again.

- Jim shot Tony
- Rick burned down Vinny's clubhouse causing him to find a new hideout




Rated 4 / 5 stars

Getting shitter.

The episodes are getting shitter and shitter.
Something exciting needs to happen really, and you could bring Jim Dunson back into the episodes.
That would please quite a lot of people.
These videos are still very good though.
Everybody should watch them.
The thing is though, the less people watch them, the less people rate badly for you.
But in this case, it should never go lower than a 4r.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

A fresh new start on the series.

It's too early to tell if it's gonna have the pizazz the 1st season did. So far it's about as good.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Good way to start Season 2

I think this is the most hillarious series I have ever seen on NG. I also think it's funny when Stan keeps trying to kill Jim. lol. Keep up the excellent work.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars


Well, it is great to see season 2, finally out. I loved season 1.
Was that like a quilt in the Vinnie's office? "I'm to tired to do that, I'm going back to bed." Good motions on the characters, I liked the detail of the rooms. A great season opener. Hope to see more soon. Oh, how many episodes do you think there will be this time?



Rated 5 / 5 stars

A superb start to the new series.

Wacked is one of the best online flashes at the moment. Hopefully with this new series it'll finally get its own section.

The graphics aren't the most technically accomplished in the flash arena, but the most important part is its entertainment worth, and that's where Flash delivers.