At the end of the credits for Kevin Smith's Yoga Hosers, there is a line proclaiming that the main characters, the Colleens, will return in the future. The name of their next movie is even given. Whether this is intended as a joke or a promise, those who have watched Yoga Hosers are more apt to view it as a threat.
With the movie, Smith—who, as he regularly does, serves as both writer and director—revisits characters and themes we have seen before. However, rather than functioning as a greatest hits moment for Smith, Yoga Hosers serves up a bunch of lowlights.
Smith returns to his last film, Tusk, to find the main characters – Colleen McKenzie (Harley Quinn Smith, Kevin Smith's daughter) and Colleen Collette (Lily-Rose Depp). In Tusk, the younger Smith and Depp play cameo roles as Canadian convenience store clerks working at the Eh-2-Zed. They have little to do and it functions mainly as an amusing reference to Smith's previous convenience store- and mall-based films.