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Gregor Molotov, Max's protege, escapes from a Russian prison and comes to Palm City to reclaim the cape and assume the role of Kozmo the Unkillable. He claims to have reformed, but Vince and Max aren't convinced. Meanwhile, Orwell is forced to take refuge with Vince, and Dana learns of a witness who can clear her "dead" husband's name.
Vince: They say the cream always rises to the top, but in my experience, it's always the scum.
Officer Phillips: If I die... you die. They'll make sure of it.
Vince: Been there, done that.
Dana: Public urination--you've gotta be kidding me. You see what I mean?
Travis Hall: I suggest you use the "when you gotta go, you gotta go" defense. (Dana throws a paper ball at him) Gotta go.
Rollo: Are you Vince’s main squeeze?
Orwell: I don’t squeeze.
Gregor Molotov: There are 360 joints in the human body. I can dislocate... 187 of them. Straitjackets fall off me as easy as a prom queen's dress.
Gregor Molotov: Max ever tell you about that old cape he used to have? Some say it was first worn by Egyptian priests who performed living sacrifices. Others say it was used by alchemists... as a kind of antenna to the unconscious. Finding everything buried deep down in a man's soul and bringing it to the surface. Some say it was the cape worn by Merlin... maybe even Jack the Ripper.
Max: Why don't you get in on the act, join our little family? You have any talents?
Orwell: I can hotwire a car. Burn through any firewall in under a minute.
Max: Do you ever give a straight answer?
Orwell: I just did.
Max: And I thought I was mysterious.
Max: (putting on his costume) The show must go on. And the gut must come off.
Vince: Justice takes time. And sometimes it feels so, so unfair… but that is when you have to remember who you are. And you remember that I’m always out there watching over you. You know the Cape motto—“One man...”
Trip: “One fight...”
Vince: “...one right
Trip: Do you really say that to people?
Vince: Yeah, you know… once in a while.