New Bee and Puppycat Episodes! Today! Lots of Exclamation Points!

Plus Bravest Warriors news! Joy!
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Cartoon friends: prepare yourselves. This is gonna be big.

It’s been a while since we’ve heard from our Bee and Puppycat friends over at Frederator, so believe me when I say that I’m super stoked to share news that Bee and Puppycat is returning with brand new episodes today. There’s a whole new 30 minute episode going live today on VRV, a new streaming outlet that caters specifically to folks who dig anime, animation, games, horror, and all sorts of geekery. In other words: people like us.

The new episode is titled “Toast Dogs Wedding Donut” (how perfect) and the description goes a little something like this:

Cas’s former wrestling rival, Toast, comes to town, insistent on taking Cas to the mat for a rematch. Meanwhile, Cardamon forces PuppyCat into a wedding with his dog, Sticky. Finally, Bee confronts Deckard about his decision to forego cooking school, before TempBot assigns the pair a job managing a kitchen on Baking Planet.

Things are getting real, it seems. This episode will be up on VRV alongside another 12 minute long episode titled “Birthday Game.” What’s more, the folks over at Frederator have also shared the news that new episodes of Bravest Warriors will be coming to the streaming service early next year.

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