Way, way back in 2002, a little show about teenage clones hit MTV, delighted audiences, and was promptly cancelled. Clone High was a slapstick satire of the teen shows that grew out of the Dawson’s Creek mold, but it had a sci-fi twist and an irreverent sensibility that allowed it to send up just about everything. But more than anything, it was about love. The dry kind, and the kind you find in a meat locker. We’re talking versatility here. Sadly, even though the first season adventures of Abe, Cleo, Joan, JFK, Gandhi, Principal Scudworth and Mr. Butlertron ended with a massive cliffhanger, a second season was never to be. Until now. Despite being insanely busy with a follow-up to 21 Jump Street and an epic Lego Movie, Clone High co-creators Phil Lord and Chris Miller agreed to explain what might have happened if we’d gotten to see more of our friends from Clone High High School. Today, in a very special Film School Rejects feature, we reveal the insanely unbelievable things that they probably made up right before I called.