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Recap / Big Hero 6 The Series S 2 E 07 Muira Horror

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Krei seeks to place a new campus in the woods where Ned Ludd lives, but Liv Amara has her own plans for Ludd and his meteor. Meanwhile, Honey Lemon and Wasabi watch the Lucky Cat Café while Fred, Mini-Max and Baymax track down a runaway Mochi.


  • Accidental Misnaming: Krei calls GoGo "Ga Ga" and his assistant Judy "Joanie", despite multiple corrections.
  • Anti-Advice: GoGo goes left when Krei says to go right, thinking he's always wrong. Turns out Krei is right this time, as she ends up falling into the river which he knew was there thanks to the color of the foliage.
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  • Artificial Human: Chris is confirmed to be one, with Liv implying that she thinks of him more as a pet than a person.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Mochi is the one who takes down the Hibagon, scratching off the dermal patch which is responsible for Ned's transformation.
  • Bigfoot, Sasquatch and Yeti: Liv mutates Ned Ludd into an actual Hibagon to use as a distraction while she and Chris make off with Bessie.
  • Crazy-Prepared: Krei's contract has a clause for spontaneous camping trips, just so he can force Hiro to accompany him to find Ned Ludd. There's also a clause where Hiro must trust Krei.
  • Continuity Nod: The device used to turn Ludd into the Hibagon is a dermal patch, the exact design Karmi used to sedate Orso Knox in "Big Problem".
  • Friendless Background: Krei says he never made any friends at camp, so instead he spent all his time learning about nature.
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  • Gilligan Cut: Hiro warns Krei that Ned has changed since the days of the two being golfing buddies. Krei doubts Ned could have changed that much. Cut to Ned watching a hollowed-out TV with two squirrels fighting inside it.
  • Glowing Eyes of Doom: The Hibagon has yellow, pupil-less eyes that seem to be burning. His mouth and claws also emit a yellow glow.
  • Hidden Depths: Krei proves to be surprisingly knowledgeable about the woods, which he attributes to summers spent at camp.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: Ned had a fuzzy memory of what happened to him before the transformation, but after he had transformed, he couldn't remember anything.
  • Lightning Bruiser: The Hibagon is extremely strong (strong enough to catch Baymax's rocket fist), but also very fast and agile, moving around with enormous bounds and brachiating among trees.
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  • Moment Killer: When Krei calms down Ned and tells him that he's his old friend, Krei.
    Ned: Krei... I knew a fellow named Krei. Cheated at golf. [cut to an annoyed Krei]
  • Morphic Resonance: The Hibagon has Ludd's long hair and beard as well as his lanky build.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hiro!: Hiro tells Liv exactly where to find the meteor when explaining why their cell phones won't work in the woods.
  • No-Sell: Once again, Mini-Max tries to take on a monster and, once again, the monster just grabs him and tosses him aside.
  • Pet the Dog: At the end of the episode, Krei thanks Hiro and decides to not expand into the woods, jokingly(?) saying that without the woods, "how will tomorrow's executives impress their future interns with their survivalist know-how?" and tousles his hair.
  • Single Tear: Parodied. When Krei is relating his Friendless Background to Hiro, he ends it by saying "Single tear." without changing his expression.
  • Sweet Tooth: Ned accepts Baymax's lollipop despite vehemently rejecting getting scanned by him, stating that he has a weakness for sweets.
  • Tropey, Come Home: Mochi escapes the café, and much of the B plot is Fred and the Maxes tracking him down.


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