At Awesome Mountain, the team tries to find their seventh member to meet the government requirements for a superhero team. Perfect Man steps out from behind the curtains and offers to accept reinstatement. The perfect hero admits that operating solo requires a lot of paperwork. Prock objects to Perfect Man just assuming that he can come back and join the team he abandoned, but the rest of the Awesomes have already thrown a party for him...Read the full recap
Perfect Man: Did somebody say "perfect"?
Prock: Were you just hiding behind a curtain for an hour waiting for someone to say "perfect"?
Perfect Man: I've come to offer my reinstatement as a member of the Awesomes. I think we could really benefit from having someone on the team like me.
Prock: He was waiting behind here for an hour.
Prock: I've prepared these cardboard cutouts... (Perfect Man blasts them into ash) Why?
Perfect Man: If there's no jury, they can't find me guilty.
Prock: They can bring in another jury.
Perfect Man: Another jury? It's like the legal system has thought of everything.
Prock: Also, those aren't cutouts you can just buy in a store. It took me like a day to make those. Know what? Never mind.
Perfect Man: Well, Ms. Stone, hm, nice try. but everyone knows I would never trust an Italian. They have crime in their blood, crime and tomato sauce.
Prock: And is it not true that you got your diploma not in psychology, but in pie-cology, the study of pies? And due to a typo in your diploma, you've been pretending to be a psychologist ever since?
Dr. Johansson: It's true! It's true! I'm a fraud. But my pies are delightful. You really must try them.
First Guard: Do we really need ten guards watching Speed Reader? I mean, his power is like... speed reading.
Second Guard: Gotta respect the schedule.