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The contestants hit the streets to make their neighbourhood a better and safer place, face up to their deepest, darkest secrets and attempt to complete secret tasks with convicted inmates.

Episode Info


Episode number: 1x4
Production Number: 104
Airdate: Thursday August 17th, 2006

Director: Rick Telles

Alternate Airdates:

NL (Sci-Fi) Aug 11, 2009

Uncredited
Dot JonesDot Jones
As Dot

Recap

Major Victory, Creature, Feedback, Fat Momma and Lemuria comb the streets of Los Angeles, righting wrongs and helping make the city a safer place. Major Victory reveals his reason for joining the show - he wants to make his estranged daughter proud of him...

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Episode Notes
This episode marks the elimination of Creature and Lemuria.

This episode features the following family and friends: Regina (Creature's friend), Sarah (Feedback's wife), Laverne (Fat Momma's momma), Austin (Major Victory's ex-coworker), Brandy (Lemuria's friend).



Episode Quotes
Major Victory: Sir, that bag does not go with that outfit. Men don't carry those bags, we-we, if anything, we wear spandex like this.

Creature: I believe in making the world a healthier place by respecting my health and the environment's health.

Feedback: 'Scuse me, ladies! Ladies! Ladies! Ladies! No-no-no-no-no-no-no! That's jaywalking, that's jaywalking, come on. I will escort you to the lights, come on.

Feedback: (in front of a lingerie-filled shop display) Okay, no, no. Please, children, do not look, please move along, there's nothing to see, you'll learn about this later.

Lemuria: I have really gotta make sure that everyone knows that I'm here to win. I am not fake. I am not phony. I am a superhero and I'm gonna prove it.

Major Victory: I'm an ex-stripper and I recently decided to turn my life around, that's why I entered the competition. I want to win for my daughter who I've been estranged from. If I can make her proud of me, that's all that matters.

Creature: What'd he say? The Dark Enforcer interviewed our family and friends? Oh, this cannot be good!

Stan Lee: What did you find out?
Dark Enforcer: I found out they've been lying to you through their teeth.

Sarah Atherton: When he's at home, he's messy, inconsiderate and a slob. Whenever I read about superheroes or watch them on TV, they're always as neat and as clean as can be! But not Feedback, just take a look at this room right here. I think his new name... should be Captain Clutter.

Stan Lee: Now wait a minute. You come here with everything in ziplocked bags and you're a slob at home?!
Feedback: My wife said I could have one room to mess up. One.
Stan Lee: Well, your wife is much kinder than I am. You know, kids look up to superheroes and copy their every move. Is being inconsiderate and a slob the message you really wanna set them?

Stan Lee: Fat Momma, I hate to say this but that donut was a little hard to swallow.

Major Victory: I think my friend, Austin, was a little bit confused, I used to wear flip-flops and that's why they called me Thong Boy. Nothing to do with wearing something inside my butt crack.

Creature: Live hard and love harder. Be brave.

Major Victory: I have to rub an inmate's shoulders three times. That doesn't sound good. Even saying it doesn't sound good.

Major Victory: This guy is big and scary. He's a convicted felon - I have to give him a massage. I think I'm gonna die.

Major Victory: It felt great to complete my secret task but I was a little worried about Feedback. He has to hug this guy three times. You know what? I'm gonna miss Feedback.

Feedback: (to a convicted inmate) I could really use a hug.

Stan Lee: No matter what I say, no matter what I do, you just can't seem to keep your clothes on! I spoke to you about this in the last elimination and yet, just a few hours ago, when you spoke to that inmate, your cape and gloves were quickly removed.
Major Victory: Old habits are hard to break, sir.
Stan Lee: I'm afraid the tights might be next!
Major Victory: I promise you, they will stay on, sir.

Major Victory: I'm very happy to be here and I feel, uhh, amazing... accomplishment and... immense gratitude for the compliments you've bestowed on me tonight and I promise you, besides when I go to the bathroom, I will keep my clothes on at all times, sir.
Stan Lee: (laughs) I was just going to suggest that!

Feedback: (choking back tears) When you tell me you're proud of me, sir... I think of my father, sir. And that I hope he would be proud of me, too.
Stan Lee: I'm sure he would be. I'm sure of that.
Feedback: 'Cause... when he wasn't there for me, you were. And I know it sounds corny... but Spider-Man helped me become an adult... and that's what I try to live up to every day.
Stan Lee: I'm not sure I'm worthy of that but I am genuinely touched. Thank you, son.

Feedback: Stan Lee is the father that I never knew. He's the one that gave me the instruction manual for my life. He can, he can, he can crush me with a word just like he can lift me up into the sky with another. He called me 'son' tonight. That's not something I hear a lot.



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