Sal prepares for a delightful day of filing when Angus comes in on his day off to report an embarrassing crime. He and Sal reach new levels of closeness.
While Angus and Sal sort the mountain of crates heaped on them by the Super Human Action Response Team, a mysterious crate arrives…but what could be inside? And will it help Angus and Sal work past their issues?
With Sal (Matthew Whalley) stuck in traffic caused by Rush Hour, Angus is stuck working from home.
Angus arrives at work to find that Sal isn’t at his desk? What kind of trouble could Sal be getting up to? Angus calls him and finds out he’s on a special assignment.
Angus gives the former Colonel Freedom (Tuong La) a call to see how his new life as a Super Hero Student is going. Short answer: not great.
Angus and Sal are visited by Agatha Shelley the librarian who works at the SuperCity Historical Paperback Society. The three of them must put their differences aside to help Agatha rid herself of an unwanted power or she may never be able to touch a book again.
When the Super Powered Handyman Tyler McTavish comes to the office Sal finally meets someone who is as into details and process as himself and Angus learns that sometimes the most heroic thing is a chair crafted with love.
Angus and Sal arrive at their desks to find a PA system that goes out to the entire Super Human Action Response Team office. Surely they will use this great power responsibly…right?
Some wires must have gotten crossed because this week’s episode of … Villains Don’t Do Paperwork has Matthew and Seth Badfellow (Angus MacDonald) bring in Dr. ToxSixSixSix in an attempt to get him to be a bit more professional with his villainy.