Conclusion. Hiccup and Toothless hatch an escape plan after being trapped on Outcast Island.


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Episode credited cast:
Hiccup (voice)
Brook Chalmers ...
Outcast Guard / Outcast Soldier (voice)
Gobber (voice)
Astrid (voice)
Trader Johann (voice)
Alvin (voice)
Ruffnut (voice)
Fishlegs (voice)
Stoick (voice)
Snotlout (voice)
Mildew (voice)
Savage (voice)


Conclusion. Hiccup and Toothless hatch an escape plan after being trapped on Outcast Island.

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20 March 2013 (USA)  »

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How To Train Your Sheep
24 July 2014 | by (Nottinghamshire, England) – See all my reviews

Hiccup and Toothless are imprisoned on Outcast island with none other than the one who betrayed them; Mildew. The Riders, Stoick and Gobber are out searching for Hiccup and also find the island to be void of Night Furies. All they find is clues to what happened to Hiccup. During this, Hiccup has not choice but to cooperate with Mildew to escape Outcast island with Toothless. They both travel to where Toothless is being held together and Hiccup shows Mildew all about how dragons as that is the only way to reach Toothless.

This episode is a very good conclusion to the last episode and shows promise to a good second season with the final scene. Sadly, I don't believe it tops the penultimate episode and is just a fun little adventurous episode that seems to repeat the the one before it in many areas. Little of Toothless is shown and the episode mainly consists of Hiccup and Mildew, which is a main part of the plot, really, but not exactly the most fun and interesting thing to watch. Mildew's love for his evil sheep is quite funny. His sheep is like his dragon.

'We Are Family: Part 2' is a great episode, but it just doesn't match the first part of the story, sadly. What's great is Alvin finding out about training dragons, which obviously leads into the second season. Other than that, there isn't really much. That's the only piece of development and we got nothing Hiccup and Toothless wise. Or just Toothless wise, for that matter. I look forward to the next season.

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