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.
Angus and Sal are visited by Colonel Freedom! While filling out his record they get to learn more about Super City’s #1 hero than they expected. Should you ever really meet your heroes?
While recovering from a city wide cold, Angus and Sal are visited by Eustache Henge (Jonas McLean, Outtake Improv) a career henchman who has worked for some of Super City’s worst villains. But he seems like such a nice guy!
Angus and Sal are visited by Marge O’Donnell a talent agent for Super Heroes who is desperate for clients. If you are available she is interested!
While building some new office equipment Angus and Sal are interrupted by one of Super City’s Dark Protectors. The power dynamic shifts as it becomes unclear who is the one asking the questions.
Angus and Sal start to butt heads in their workspace, but relationship counselor Dr. Marry Plath (Chelsea Fahey) arrives just in time to share relationship advice.