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On their way back from playing golf on Mercury, Jimmy and the gang inherit superpowers after being exposed to the Van Patten radiation belt.

Episode Info


Episode number: 3x2
Production Number: 155
Airdate: Saturday November 27th, 2004

Director: Mike Gasaway
Writer: Gene Grillo


Guest Stars
Billy WestBilly West
voiced Sam
Recurring
Crystal ScalesCrystal Scales
voiced Mrs. Folfax
Recurring
Episode Notes
The Gangs N Men Powers:
Jimmy Hulk Jimmy
Cindy Special Girl
Libby Invisible Girl
Carl Burp Boy
Sheen Speed Boy



Episode Quotes
Sheen: Be right back, gotta go to the little crash survivors room.
(Speeds off and comes back after one second)
Sheen: What I miss?

Carl: (panting) Can Burp Boy sit down for a minute?

Jimmy: Cindy, you have to learn to control your powers!
Cindy: Out of my way, Oompa-Loompa boy!

Sheen: Prepare for defeat from my super-fast punches! But we'll still be best friends, right?

General Abercrombie: Brave kids.... Hey! If we get lucky, maybe they'll destroy each other!

Cindy: Carl, why haven't you tried to perfect your super belches?
Carl: I'm scared to, for my burps are way too dangerous.
Sheen: But Carl, your destructive potential is part of the reason we love you!
Carl: Do you not understand!? No more spicy food or carbonated beverages! I've got to guard against even the slightest hiccup!
Sheen: You mean no more chalupas?! I feel your pain, dude.

Carl: (Out of breath) Can I at least get roller skates or something?



Cultural References
Cindy: Out of my way, Oompa-Loompa Boy!

Oompa-Loompas are short, green-haired characters from the book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Ronald Dahl.

This episode is a parody of the comic book and TV Show series 'Fantastic 4', and the title is a parody of the popular comic book and movie series 'X-Men'.



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