The first episode of Mystic Cosmic Patrol ended with the emergence of Potty Mouth, and fans can now watch the epic conclusion in the just released part two.
If you lost track of the plot, Rutina sent a new Power Tron to combat the Mystic Cosmic Patrol, using their own toilet against them. She created Potty Mouth, a living walking toilet who can shoot people with his bacteria blaster. Not sure if that's the official name, but if not it should be.
He invaded their headquarters and managed to tag them all with his blaster, causing some rather disgusting reactions. Carl throws up in his helmet (that's going to be awful to clean up), Micky and Jack vomit on each other (again, ugh), and Emily throws up on the control panel, causing plenty of issues of its own.
The only one not affected is Candy, who thanks to Martinibot has exceeded high levels of inebriation. The liquor has rendered the bacteria from Potty Mouth ineffective, and so it's up to her to take him down.
You can watch the new clip in the video above.
Funny or Die's Mystic Cosmic Patrol is an episodic parody of the beloved Power Rangers franchise and includes everything from a Rita Repulsa (Rutina) to a Zordon (Gorgon) that fans of the franchise will recognize.
You can find the official description of the series below.
"Mystic Cosmic Patrol," an interstellar spoof with exciting Kaiju action, features a special blend of comedy, martial arts and Sci-fi adventure where spandex clad heroes fight ridiculous rubber monsters. The pilot episode features "Malcolm in the Middle" star Chris Masterson as Jack the Blue Patrolman, leading a team consisting of Leo the Red Patrolman (Tim Jo from Fox's "Pitch"), Emily the Green Patrolman (Chelsea Tavares from Freeform's "Unfabulous"), Carl the Pink Patrolman (Chris Candy), Candy the Yellow Patrolman (Laura Monaco) and Micky the Black Patrolman (Gavin Hignight). With the wisdom of Gorgon (Tim Russ of "Star Trek Voyager") and their trusty Martini-Bot (John Kassir of "Tales from the Crypt"), only the Mystic Cosmic Patrol can put an end to Rutina's devious plots to destroy Earth."