Ugly Americans - Season 2 Episodes
Ugly Americans - Season 2
Vampires and zombies are coming back for seconds on an all-new season of the animated horror-comedy Ugly Americans. Dig in as Leonard lays an egg (from his boy parts), Twayne achieves full fecal freedom and Mark paves the way for total demon Armageddon.
“Wet Hot Demonic Summer”
In the second-season premiere, a secret wizard compound is infiltrated by Twayne and a group of demons, while Mark oversees their creation of a summer camp.
“Callie and Her Sister”
Callie reluctantly becomes her baby sister's guardian when their estranged parents' reunion proves to be a short one.
“Ride Me to Hell”
Grimes is apoplectic when his favorite TV show, "Dishonorable Discharge," comes to an end, so Mark tries to help him rein in his emotions and figure out why he loved it so much.
“G. I. Twayne”
Mark inadvertently learns of a plot to end humanity when he's drafted into Satan's Dark Army with Twayne.
“The Ring of Powers”
After Mark finds a ring in Leonard's desk, he inadvertently activates the wizard's engagement from a bygone era, when dragons roamed Earth.
“Attack of Mark's Clone”
Callie hopes that making a clone of Mark will guarantee the Department of Integration's win in a bowling tournament, but the plan backfires when the duplicate tries to frame her for murder.
Randall's idea to sell Mark's soul on the Soul Exchange draws interest from Callie and her father. Meanwhile, Grimes thinks he's found the next great pop-music sensation.
“Little Ship of Horrors”
Randall becomes ill after being exposed to a mysterious plant's pollen while attending a party thrown by Twayne on a cruise ship, and Mark may be his only hope to get better.
“Lilly and the Beast”
Callie tells Mark that she hasn't been monogamous, but he'll find out how open-minded she is when his college girlfriend (voice of Jenny Slate) enters the picture
Randall feels neglected because of Mark's busy work schedule and wonders if they should continue being roommates. Meanwhile, Grimes is nagged by his mother (voice of Christine Baranski) after she returns from the dead.
“Journey to the Center of Twayne”
An ant-sized arsonist named Jerry flees Mark's custody, escaping up Twayne's nostril. A miniaturized Leonard, Grimes and Mark must track Jerry through Twayne's body to bring him to justice.
“Any Given Workday”
Randall's powerful new arm gets him a job at the Department of Integration, which needs a ringer for a big intramural football game; and the move could send Mark to the second string.
“The Comedy Central Roast of Twayne the Boneraper”
Twayne is roasted by his colleagues for his 10th anniversary at the D.O.I., but Mark's inappropriate remarks cause the man of the hour to resign, putting Mark in charge in a management shake-up that results in the near-destruction of New York City.
“Mark Loves Dick”
Mark becomes conflicted about his relationship with Callie after she gets a promotion by turning herself into a man. He does his best to be understanding, but their love is soon put to the test when they are asked to embark on a dangerous mission to the fabled underwater city of Atlantis. Guest starring Jon Benjamin and Ed Helms.
“The Stalking Dead”
When the country's biggest pop star ("Lady Hoo-Ha") goes zombie, millions of her devoted fans follow suit. When Mark befriends one of the new zombies, Randall is forced to deal with his jealousy issues. Guest starring Dan Fogler.
“The Dork Knight”
After being bitten by a rabid Bat-Boy, Mark becomes a masked crimefighter; Mark wages war against New York's criminals and their catlike leader with the help of his loyal sidekick, Koala Man.
“Fools for Love”
Mark chooses April Fool's Day to ask Callie to take their relationship to the next level, but his romantic gesture is threatened when Callie's vengeful ex-boyfriend returns to win her back. Meanwhile, Leonard tries desperately to redeem a winning lottery ticket as Randall attempts to cut himself in on the prize. Guest starring John Gemberling.