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Jim's shady younger brother Mike pays the Powells a visit, and quickly discovers they have superpowers. He convinces JJ to help him win at the horse track, but Jim soon discovers Mike has big financial problems. Meanwhile, Global Tech HR VP Victoria Morrow promotes Katie, prompting Stephanie's jealousy, but Dr. King has an ulterior motive for the move. And at school, Daphne realizes that a student is lying to protect his younger brother from a suspension.
Stephanie wakes up and hears someone outside, and wakes up Jim to investigate. He goes out and grabs the intruder... and realizes it’s his brother Mike. The next morning, the family gathers for breakfast and Mike admits that he needed a break from his girlfriend Tracy. He explains that his current scam job fell through, and now he’s selling discarded shoes. JJ and Daphne leave, and Mike heads for the shower. Once he’s gone, Stephanie figures that Mike is in town to run another scam, but Jim figures that he’s trying to get a second chance...Read the full recap
Jim: What in the world would possibly possess him to borrow money from a loan shark in the first place? And then to gamble it all away?
George: Well, a guy with Mike's financial history doesn't really qualify for a bank loan.
Jim: They say you got to hit bottom in order to change. Maybe this time he'll learn his lesson.
George: Only lessons Frank Matthews teaches is untraceable bullets and well-hidden bodies.
Jim: Do you have anything helpful to say? At all?
George: Not really.
Stephanie: Katie, you didn't tell me that.
Katie: Yeah, well, I was angry with you, and simmering resentment has a way of stepping on good news.
Katie: The poor crane operator felt terrible, but I told him not to beat himself up. Even Tony Stark has equipment failure. You know what? I actually shouldn't have said Tony Stark, because once he has the suit on, then he's technically Iron Man...
Jim: This guy, Frank Matthews, is gonna kill my brother unless we pay him the whole 150 grand by tomorrow.
George: So what's the plan?
Jim: Pay him the whole 150 grand by tomorrow.
The Watcher: After all the things I've done. You try and take away the one thing that matters most to me.
Dr. King: There was a time when your job mattered to you.
The Watcher: Well, that's over. You and I are done.
Dr. King: You and I will never be done. We're family.
The Watcher: Family doesn't hurt each other.
Dr. King: Families hurt each other all the time, it's, uh... what they do best.
Mike: It’s like Boogie Nights in there.
Boogie Nights is a 1997 movie chronicling the porn industry in the 1970s, and its destructive effects on the people involved. All while showing a great deal of sex and nudity.
Katie: Even Tony Stark has equipment failure.
As noted, Tony Stark is the millionaire industrialist who created the Iron Man suit, and became a superhero.