THe episodes contained in this second volume of Adult Swim's Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law, are another injection of insane animated hilarity featuring the bird-winged superhero turned lawyer and his insane cast of supporting characters. Gary Cole once again supplies the voice of Harvey as he tackles cases involving steroids ("Grape Juiced"), Droopy the Dog and botched plastic surgery ("Droopy Botox"), his sidekick Peanut hitting puberty ("Peanut Puberty"), and even the debut of female would-be sidekick Birdgirl ("Birdgirl of Guantanamole") who is secretly the daughter of Harvey's insane, one eyed boss Phil (the always excellent Stephen Colbert). There's a handful of episodes here that are instant classics as well, including "Blackwatch Plaid" which spoofs the patriot act and Bush administration when Phil goes on a rampage following a heist of his office (sort of), "Gone Efficien...t" in which the law firm attempts to go more efficient by saving time in the craziest of ways, the gun law spoofing "Guitar Control", and "X Gets the Crest" in which X the Eliminator (voiced by Peter MacNicol) finally gets Birdman's crest which sends Harvey in a downward spiral, for a while anyway. There's a nice assortment of extras here as well including commentary tracks from Cole, Colbert, MacNicol, John Michael Higgins (Mentok the Mindtaker), and Paget Brewster (Birdgirl) which is worth the price of admission alone. All in all, if you're even a casual fan of the series, you've got to have this.