Giuseppe summons Elliot to his room to announce the formation of a team of super-villains to destroy the Awesomes: People Really Into Crime and Killing Sprees. Elliot points out that he's an ape, not a person, as Lady Malocchio comes up with snacks. Once Giuseppe ushers his mother out of his room, he injects Elliot with his father's serum. Elliot gains the power to stretch and gives himself a new villain name: Jeff...Read the full recap
Muscleman: Dude, if you tell Jaclyn, she will totally never, ever forgive you.
Prock: I thought you said it wasn't my fault.
Muscleman: I know that. You know that. But women don't think like us. They are vicious, evil creatures. You see this scar?
Prock: Oh, wow. A woman did that to you?
Muscleman: No. When I was a little kid, I fell on a rake. That a woman put there.
Joyce: This morning the President signed a new bill into law. The Superhero Underage Education Act. It mandates that any superhero who is of school age must be enrolled in school and maintain a B average.
Muscleman: Man, I'm glad they didn't have that law when I was a, um, smaller me.
Concierge: You mean, a kid?
Muscleman: Kid! That's it. It was right on the tip of my... licking muscle.
Tim: So let me get this straight, all six of you are coming with me?
Muscleman: Uh, actually seven. Nope. Nope. Six. I did Gadget Gal twice.
Gadget Gal: Many have.
Impresario: I'll be the art teacher.
Concierge: Why can't you be the janitor?
Impresario: Oh, give me strength, Dr. King. I will be the art teacher because I have a Masters Degree in Design. And I will not be the janitor because I don't have a Masters Degree in English.
Muscleman: Well, I am killing it in school. I mean, at least in gym. Not so much math, history, social studies, English, lunch.
Prock: Well, at least Harry was able to reconcile with the Hendersons.
Harry and the Hendersons is a 1987 movie about a family that finds Bigfoot in the forest and, nicknaming him Harry, take him home to live with him.
Hey, nice back pack, Dora the Explorer.
Dora is a young Latino girl from the TV series Dora the Explorer
, aimed at pre-school and elementary children. She who goes on quests wearing a purple backpack.
Bruce: Can you reach your books or do you need a boost, Tiny Tim?
Tiny Tim Cratchit is a secondary character in Charles Dickens' 1843 novella A Christmas Carol, whose father Bob works for Scrooge at a pauper's wage.