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Wild Grinder with Two Heads
Two Heads Title Card
Season №: Season 2
Season episode №: 13a
Overall episode №: 39a
Original airdate: 4/23/14
Airing Time: 8:30 p.m.
Directed by: Rod Amador
Written by: Derek Dressler
Storyboard: Nath Ferdinand
Episode guide
The Legend of Jilly

Wild Grinder with Two Heads is the first half of the 13th episode of the second season of Wild Grinders, and the first half of the 39th episode. The episode explains about Jay Jay and Emo Crys, morphed into one body, after arguing over Goggles' ray gun and accidentally set it to activate.


Goggles has created the ultimate invention: a ray gun that'll combine two foods into one even more awesome food. Goggles warns them that his ray gun is experimental and has no idea what will happen if it's used on something other than food. Jay Jay and Emo Crys ignore the warning and as they have a tug-of-war over the ray gun, it accidentally goes off! Zap! Emo Crys and Jay Jay are combined into one Wild Grinder with two heads! It's up to Lil Rob and crew to figure out a way to return them to normal before they're stuck as the two-headed Grinder forever!




Main Characters

Major Events

  • We see Thelonious the Glassblower as an antagonist for the first time.
  • Goggles' Happy Zappy contraption is introduced for the first time.
  • The sitcom effect on JayMo's self episode is used during an episode.
  • Stubford gets a non-speaking role for the first time, but makes buzzing sounds.



  • Analogous the first season, that created Skater Who Cried Wolf and Good Dog, Bad Dog Academy, Wild Grinder with Two Heads and The Legend of Jilly are the symbols of the series' hiatus in season 2.
  • It's the only episode to lead-star other Grinders, like Emo Crys and Jay Jay, throughout the entire episode, aside Lil Rob and Meaty.
    • The overview does mistaken that Lil Rob (and Meaty) is portrayed as a lead character, though he does appear at the beginning and end.


  • The morphing effect, this time Goggles' invention, is used for the second time, since A World Gone Rad-Awesome; the fusion of two names (JayMo) were mentioned but not dialogued, as of the character drafts.

Character Revelations

  • This is unusually the second time that Meaty wears underpants, since Pen Pal From Another Planet.
  • Stubford does not make any actual dialogue but make buzzing sounds, when being processed into a fly.
  • JayMo (Emo Crys and Jay Jay), receive their own sitcom show.


Running Gags

Animation Errors


First Look