Despite her mom's concern for her and trust that she's turning over a new leaf, Luz ditches her plans for summer camp and teams up with Eda and King in a fantasy world that's unreachable to anyone else. She corresponds with her mom but lies to her in doing so. That said, the show's most prominent messages are all positive, celebrating individuality and challenging the idea of forcible conformity. Luz finds in The Owl House a place where she can be herself and help others feel confident in doing the same.
No cursing, but some mild name-calling like "sucker," "fools," and "weirdos." Also terms like "dumb" and "stupid" in describing objects and actions.