Lobster Two is a family version of Lobster. The Lobster typefaces were created to help combat the common problem that affects most script fonts - that each letter must be draw in a way that connect with the next and previous letters. And that's quite difficult.
By having 26 lowercase characters, that gives you more than 600 possible combinations for each letter (and around 15,600 for the whole alphabet). It's next to impossible to make it always connect seamesly whitout compromising the shape that each letter was originally intended to be.
That's why trying to make script fonts works is like magic. Font designers use all kind of tricks to make it work. But, in the end, the results always compromises the shape of the original letters to make the whole alphabet work together. We took a different approach. The new Open Type fonts give us the possibility to have multiple versions of each letter, and that's exactly what we did: Instead of compromising the design of our letters to force connections, we did what lettering artist do.