Rooster Teeth has gone from small beginnings as a gaming channel to a full-time production company with some of the best animations in recent history. Their hit series "Red vs. Blue" is the longest running web-series on Youtube, and "RWBY" is one of the best animes I have ever seen. So when Rooster teeth decided to take a jab at producing an adult cartoon called "Camp Camp," I was very excited to see what they had in store.

"Camp Camp" follows the adventures of the campers and counselors of Camp Campbell. What should be a typical summer at a typical camp turns into a summer of crazy shenanigans.

This series reminds me a lot of other adult cartoons like "Archer" and "Rick and Morty," where the events are so insane that you can't help but love them. "Camp Camp" season two continues this trend of being both stupid and smart and, for the most part, achieves this goal.

The only real flaw with the second season is that it failed to push the series to new heights; it still utilizes the same kind of humor that was used in the first season. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, however, as the first season was already hilarious, to begin with. The only thing that has changed is just how insane the series is. The first episode of this season involves the campers being forced into a gas chamber to become a part of a cult.

This sets the tone for the rest of the season and is perhaps one of the most creative episodes in the entire series.

“Camp Camp” is not quite as quotable as a series like "Rick and Morty" or "Archer," but this show does manage to deliver a surprising amount of heartfelt moments when it wants too. This became very noticeable in the final episode of the series which I shall leave vague, due to spoilers.

Another pro "Camp Camp" has going for it is that it is a web series, meaning the episodes are short and sweet and don't drag on longer than they need to. This is often a problem I see in television nowadays; producers try too hard to fit an extended time frame when in reality they could be much better if they were shorter. I would rather watch a 6 episode series that was amazing from Start To Finish than a 23 episode series that only has 15 good ones.

Being a web series gives the creative minds at Rooster Teeth more freedom and allows them to make shorter episodes that don't overstay their welcome.

The voice cast for “Camp Camp” is also excellent, with highlights including Yuri Lowenthal, Travis Willingham, and even Dante Basco. All of these actors are famous for their work in animated series, such as “Naruto,” “Fullmetal Alchemist,” and “Avatar: The Last Airbender,” respectively. They were wonderful in those series and they are wonderful in this show too.

Overall, this season of “Camp Camp” was an enjoyable experience from start to finish. While I enjoy “Red vs. Blue” a little more, this series still provides a plenty of laughs and some charm. The season two finale leaves us with an interesting cliffhanger, and I am very excited to see what they have in store for season three.