Killer robots spouting disco lyrics, teenage rats with Tourette's syndrome, the dark lord Satan reduced to an ineffectual middle manager - what's amazing about the second season of Sam & Max's adventures is its power to surprise and delight, long after you would expect the writers' funny supplies to have dried up. Its finale, What's New, Beelzebub?, also proves that they had planned out this season's overarching story line with an unassumingly meticulous style. Even the smallest throwaway from previous episodes makes sense in the end.
- Friggin' hilarious
- Meticulously detailed
- Endlessly creative
- Less innovative than last game
- Semi-requires previous episodes
- Laugh-induced pain