• I assumed all along that someone had already created a discussion topic about this episode, but I was apparently wrong.

    Let's get down to it. People are probably going to think I'm crazy for saying this, but I preferred this episode over And Then There Were None/And Then There Was Ben. For some odd reason it felt reminiscent of the original series. It wasn't Kangaroo Kommando either. Sure, he helped out a bit, but it was something else that I can't quite point out. One thing that brought back memories was the small scale action sequences, which I actually enjoyed. There was even an entire action sequence that took place in an ally for crying out loud.

    Also, this is easily the funniest episode that we've seen in a while. I'm going to assume that not many people saw the episode, because no one has talked about it, so I'm not going to spoil anything, but there is a really funny gag that happens before the intro in this episode that involves XLR8. Also, I can't tell if I'm supposed to be mad at Billy Billions, because he's awkwardly hilarious. Aside from that, great episode, and it won't disappoint, unless you're overestimating it after reading this, in which case, it will disappoint. It just depends on how good you think it's going to be.

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    • I watched it. It seemed alright, but the Vengers were a team of villains, and they were more of a threat to Ben alone than together. The only part I really liked was Brainstorm's return.

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    • I got a question. Did the Plumbers believe Ben "attacked" the Vengers or were they on Ben's side like Rook?

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    • I think the plumbers dont appeared in this episode or dont express an opinion about it.

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