How to watch Hughly ‘The Hangover Part II’ in 2018

With the new year drawing to a close, the cast of The Hangover: Part II is back in town and ready to reprise their role as their friends.

The first two episodes of the series were released last week, and it was a joy to see all the returning characters reprise the role of Hughly, Charlie, and the gang.

There are a few new faces, though, with the addition of Jason Segel as Nicky and newcomer Chris O’Donnell as Joey.

Here are the best moments from the first two hours of the second half.


The Gang’s Revenge: The Gang is back.

This time around, they’ve decided to take out their vengeance on everyone else for not returning in time to see The Hangout: Part I. It was a lot of fun to see the gang take out the rest of the gang and then go after Nicky.

There’s no real suspense to this one.


The Revenge of the Redcoat: This was the first time that the Redcoats ever visited the apartment that the gang lived in.

As it turns out, the RedCoats are actually the gang’s best friends.

We can’t help but feel like Nicky is the biggest fan of them all.


Nicky’s Theme: We’ve already seen a few songs by Nicky from the second season, but this one was really special.

It’s got a great chorus that will surely draw the attention of those who’ve seen the show.


The Return of the Dead: There’s some new blood to watch this episode.

First, there’s Hughly.

The man who was once the biggest threat to the gang, but is now a ghost after being possessed by the Red Coat.

Nicker, the gang leader, is back, too.

This episode also features the return of the rest-of-the-gang as they go after Joey and his girlfriend, Jenny.


The New Guy: We haven’t seen him in a while, but Hughly was the only one to have a real reaction to Nicky in this episode, as he was the one to take Nicky out and throw him into a pile of garbage.

This was a good reminder that we don’t need to wait until The Hangovers to see more of Hugh and Nicky, as they’re definitely back in action in The Hangouts 2.


The Reunion: Nicky has finally gotten over the fact that the Gang has stolen the gangster’s car.

He’s also had a little time to think about his relationship with the rest and realizes that there’s a lot more in common than they initially thought.

His friends are back in force, as are the gangsters.


The Biggest Problem: It seems like there’s going to be a lot to talk about in this one, but in reality, this episode has only just started.

It may be a bit of a slow burner, but it definitely has something to say about the series.


Nick and the Gang’s First Love: It’s Nicky with her new boyfriend, Joey.

He may be an outsider in this story, but he’s a good guy.

And his feelings for Nicky are a big part of the storyline, so this is an interesting twist.


The End: The gang is back together.

This is a huge moment, especially since it’s a sequel to The Hangback.

There is so much more to the relationship between Nicky (Jason Segel) and Joey (Chris O’Brien), but we’re still not sure how much we’ll see of them.


Nick Gets a Badass New Partner: It looks like the gang is still hanging out together, but there’s some bad news for Nick and his friends.

In a nod to the first season, the new guys have been getting a lot bigger and stronger in the two episodes since they got together.

There was also a scene that showed the gang trying to get Nicky to leave.


The Second Coming of Nicky: This episode featured the return and reunion of the entire gang.

It wasn’t as well-received as the first, but the new people are starting to show signs of life.


The Bad Guy Returns: It was really great to see Nicky finally get over his crush on Jenny.

The return of Nick and Joey was the big surprise, and while it wasn’t what the rest expected, it was certainly better than the first episode.


The Hangbacks 2nd Part: The Hangs are back, and they’re going to have to take the reigns from The Hangers 1 for a bit.

That said, there was definitely something special about watching Nicky return to the Gang.


The Redcoat Returns: Nick is back to play the Redcoon, and he’s been a big fan of his since he first showed up.

That’s the first of several scenes in which he’ll be