In a satellite station above the earth, Dr. Malocchio wakes up and finds himself strapped to a table. Mr. Awesome steps out of the shadows and greets him. The hero explains that he flew Malocchio away from the explosion at the last minute. When Malocchio wonders why, Mr. Awesome says that it isn't his fault that he's evil, and that taking the serum turned him into a super-villain. The hero has built a laboratory aboard the satellite and plans to keep working until he can find an antidote and restore Malocchio to the way he once was, even if it takes years. The two former friends make small talk and Malocchio offers to make dinner...Read the full recap
Dr. Malocchio: The last thing I remember is the explosion and being pulled up to Heaven.
Mr. Awesome: Heaven? You? (laughs) I'm sorry. You thought you were going to Heaven?
Dr. Malocchio: Okay, I know I wasn't the greatest guy. But I once did a 5K run for breast cancer.
Frantic: You guys are nuts! Weddings are the best! There's free cake, dancing, and you get to see two of your cousins live happily ever after.
Muscleman: David Apelstein. He's a chiropractor from Apesylvania, the island nation filled with highly intelligent apes.
Perfect Man: I might know him. Where'd he go to school?
Muscleman: Ape Elementary, Ape High School, and then Monkey College.
Perfect Man: Montclair College?
Muscleman: No, Monkey College.
Perfect Man: Oh, then I don't know him.
(talking about Catalina Island)
Muscleman: Why tie yourself down?
Prock: Because I have a girlfriend.
Frantic: Yes, but what happens in C.I. stays in C.I. Oh, wait. No, that was before they got sued by Las Vegas. No, I'm sorry, Prock. If you want to cheat on your girlfriend, what happens in C.I. is fair game to mention in all other locations.
Prock: No one calls it C.I.
Frantic: I do.
Muscleman: They should have had you plan the wedding.
Concierge: Always the guest, never the planner.
Tony: Hey, I'm Tony with Pizza Pizza Pizza Pizza Pizza. Pizza Pizza merged with Pizza Pizza Pizza.
Frantic: Why were those apes making you feel so bad about yourself?
Prock: Because that's what happens at weddings.