Sisters Meaghan and Rebecca join forces for a side-by-side look at two critically acclaimed cult favorites: Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Gravity Falls
Dinner and a Hondo
In a shocking twist, both sisters like both shows this time! It's an exciting episode full of Victoria Sponge Cake, Caramel Frosting, Guinness Beef Stew, and, eventually, Gravity Falls and Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
The outro for this episode is audio taken from Gravity Falls, Season 1, Episode 10: Fight Fighters
Rebecca and Meaghan fight back against technical difficulties in an attempt to re-record six lost episodes. Get ready for mood whiplash and caramel cookie bars, because there's a whole lot of good (and bad) to discuss.
The outro for this episode was taken from "Cloak of Darkness."
After a long hiatus, Meaghan and Rebecca are back to laugh their way through the eighth episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars: "Bombad Jedi." It's a mess, but, hey—at least it's a fun mess.
The intro features clips from Star Wars, Star Wars:The Clone Wars, and Gravity Falls. The music in this episode includes"March of the Ewoks" from John William's soundtrack to Return of the Jedi and selections from Kevin Kiner's soundtrack to Star Wars: The Clone Wars. The outro for this episode is "Rodia."
Poor Droid Bait!
Believe it or not, we're back with another episode! This time we take a look at the absolute best episode of The Clone Wars we've reviewed so far, "Rookies." (You remember that time we said we were going to a biweekly release schedule? So do we. Apologies all around.)
The intro was created using clips from Star Wars, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and Gravity Falls. The outro for this episode is "The Clones", a track from Kevin Kiner's soundtrack to Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
We Know NOTHING!
In tonight's episode of Cereal and Ham: Rebecca quotes The Hobbit, Meaghan doesn't even know, and the sisters discuss the upcoming final episode of Gravity Falls. The intro was created using clips from Star Wars, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and Gravity Falls. The underlaying music track is all from Brad Breeck's soundtrack to Gravity Falls (available on SoundCloud—go check it out!), and the outro for this episode is Brad Breeck's alternate arrangement of the Gravity Falls theme song as used in the 2015 San Diego Comic Con "Look Ahead" trailer, because that trailer was amazing.
Dipper: 1. Manliness: 0. The Sisters: -13
The sisters at Cereal and Ham are finally back with the unluckiest episode of them all! (Seriously, folks, this episode almost didn't see the light of day for so, so many reasons.) The intro to this episode was created using clips from Star Wars, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and Gravity Falls. The "technical difficulties" clip and outro for this episode were both created using tracks from Brad Breeck's soundtrack to Gravity Falls.