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Super Troopers 2 Broken Lizard in uniform posing in front of a lake

17 years after the boys of the Vermont State Troopers wreaked havoc in small town of Spurbury, Broken Lizard's infamous law enforcement officers are back for more! Super Troopers 2 is finally here, after what seems like an eternity in development hell, and a brief stint in production. Which means that our selection of the film as this week's Rate and Discuss is all the more interesting, as almost two decades worth of history will come into play as you tell us what you thought of the film.

Meow the critical opinions so far seem to be of the mind that Super Troopers 2 seems to be nothing more than Super Troopers, except in the present, and in Canada. Even our official review had a similar vibe to it, but it was generally more positive than most, as it said the following:

Vulgar, stupid, but still a hell of a lot of fun, Super Troopers 2 is a serviceable sequel that delivers some laughs and nostalgia but not much else.

Along with evaluating the following questions, we'd like you to rate Super Troopers 2 on the traditional scale of justice. Thankfully, there's no Metric conversion calculations involved with the scale below, so the standard ratings, ranging from 0 to 5 stars, will suit you just fine. Log your rating below, and don't forget to include your rating and reasoning along with your discussion question answers in the comments below.

Was Super Troopers 2 worth the wait?

Which of the new jokes was your favorite?

Which callback made you laugh the most?

Do you think Super Troopers 2 marks a return to form, or an evolution of style, for Broken Lizard?

After seeing Super Troopers 2, are you more or less excited about the prospect of Beerfest 2: Potfest?

How Many Stars Would You Give Super Troopers 2?

Meow we're about to head into the Suggested Reading section, but before we do, let's answer the most burning Broken Lizard question you're probably asking right meow. Yes, the gang does have a concept for Beerfest 2: Potfest, and if you want to see it, you need to get out there and see Super Troopers 2. And if you were pleased that both the Shenanigans and "Meow" callbacks were included in the film, you can thank Broken Lizard for that personally, as they knew that those were the gags that had to come along for the ride. But perhaps the most fun bit of news we could report from the guys at Broken Lizard is the fact that they're dying to see the Vermont State Troopers pursue a classic Batman villain in a future film, and joke or not, we're kind of all in on this.

If you'd like to see all of our coverage on Super Troopers 2 in one spot, you can head over to the film's preview page for everything you wanted to read on Broken Lizard's latest. Otherwise, that marks the end of this week's Rate & Discuss! Come back next week, as we'll be discussing some war movie that's got everyone excited to go to the movies. We know damned well what the title is, but if you're game, include your best incorrect guesses with your answers below.