Oddballs Season 2 Ending Explained: Does Waffley Represent Toasty’s Reincarnation?
In the second season of Oddballs, James and his best friends Max and Echo embark on a number of new adventures.
Oddballs Season 2 Plot summary
In the premiere of season 2 of Oddballs, James decides to prove to the lemming people (or “Plemmings,” as Max calls them) that they will jump on any bandwagon if there is enough buzz about it. He writes a musical based on a rapping Benjamin Franklin, but the audience takes his serious intentions as slapstick humor, causing him to lose the wager he made with Echo and freak out on stage.
Mr. McFly assigns students to form groups and care for their “baby,” or boxes of flour, and the hijinks continue from there. Max, anticipating that James will inevitably screw this up as well, abandons him for Acorn. This leaves James completely befuddled. While Max and James make up in the end, McFly sabotages Max’s “baby” by not fulfilling his promise to grant the class a pizza party. He is eventually caught red-handed and must empty his pockets to fulfill his pledge.
Instead of taking the school bus, James rides about in a golf cart he found in the trash and has dubbed “Dumpy.” This has gained James a lot of attention and he enjoys the attention. When Dumpy is destroyed, though, he and Max are back on the school bus and the carpooling has worn him down.
While James tries to use Echo’s body swap technology to avoid fighting Stuart after school, he receives a fight invitation for standing up to him. This, however, opens up a whole other can of worms, and by the conclusion of the ordeal, James is beaten up by someone who he least expects to do it.
In the next round, James and Mr. McFly square off when the latter is upset that a newcomer is stealing all the attention he has worked so hard for but has never received since he is mistaken for a substitute teacher and caught stealing candy from the teacher’s staff room.
James’ next assignment is to give an oral report for which he has done no preparation. When the pressure of the mission mounts, he invents a story about a long-lost treasure, setting off a citywide manhunt. When James begins campaigning for Max to succeed him as Mayor of Dirt, he draws the wrath of the outgoing mayor, a charming puppy with a deep well of resentment and a thirst for vengeance.
Toasty is back, and he’s fueled up, with a new identity, a high-tech exoskeleton, and a lot of anger for James and Max. His long-lost dad wins him over twice, only to have him blow up after Max stuffs a round loaf of bread in his stomach.
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Towards the end of the second season of Oddballs, James transfers the sentient chip from the toaster to a waffle maker, dubbing the new evil device “Waffly,” and Echo sends a time traveler back into the future by kicking him in the head.
Oddballs Season 2 Ending Explained
What Happens to Toasty?
At the finale of Season 2 of Oddballs, Toasty blows his top when Max stuffs a piece of circular bread—a form he despises—inside of him. At that time, though, Toasty has come around to accepting him and James, and the Toasty storyline concludes with a classic subversive gag.
Season 2 finds Toasty back in his teenage, freckled, and rebellious phase, intent on exacting revenge on his fathers, after going through the wringer after James and Max tossed him in the dump.
A few times he tries to kill James, but in the end, he changes his ways and calms down, hugging James as Max, unaware of Toasty’s transformation, inserts a circular loaf inside him, causing him to explode.
Does Waffley Represent Toasty’s Reincarnation?
Toasty’s damaged body may be gone, but James salvages the chip that gave him consciousness and installs it in a waffle machine. A set of sinister eyes appear on the new appliance as he greets James and Max, who are so overjoyed about their new son that they call him “Waffly.”
It’s possible that Waffly is a completely new sentient appliance with the same intellect as Toasty but no memories of the prior bearer of the sentient chip, in which case it wouldn’t have the same awareness as Toasty.
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In the Future, What Will James Destroy?
Echo, who is desperately trying to rescue the world, continually warns James that his actions will hasten its destruction. She feels similarly passionate about preventing manufactured food from going the way of the dodo, but her efforts are ultimately futile thanks to James.
When Max and James leave with Waffly at the end of the second season finale of Oddballs, a time traveler from the future emerges in a portal and explains themselves. The time-traveling Harmony brought a warning from the future. Echo interrupts Harmony as she is ready to reveal what James would ruin in the future and sends her scurrying back through the portal, saying that she hates spoilers.
In the second season of Oddballs, James and his best friends Max and Echo embark on a number of new adventures. James decides to prove to the lemming people (or “Plemmings” as Max calls them) that they will jump on any bandwagon if there is enough buzz about it. He writes a musical based on Benjamin Franklin, but the audience takes his serious intentions as slapstick humor.
Mr. McFly assigns students to form groups and care for their “baby,” or boxes of flour, and the hijinks continue from there. James is caught red-handed and must empty his pockets to fulfill his pledge, so he rides about in a golf cart he found in the trash and has dubbed “Dumpy.” When Dumpy is destroyed, he and Max are back on the school bus and the carpooling has worn him down.
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