Because “At the End of the Day” has been out for years at this point, it feels fine to spoil that the episode ends with Luna following through and washing everyone away into the afterlife where they end up bugging God (Reginald VelJohnson). Whether anyone ends up really learning their lesson isn’t quite clear, but as Lazor Wulf goes on, the wolves don’t make this mistake twice.

One can only imagine what our moon might say if it could share its opinion on our handling of the Earth and journeys into its personal space. It might tell us to wash our hands, worry about our own mess, and leave it alone. Or it might just say nothing (even though it could) and pray for another meteor to swing by to liven the place up.

Both seasons of Lazor Wulf are currently streaming on HBO Max.

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