Though she has trouble finding a man to keep her interest, she and a neighbor, Jeremy (Adam Scott) have hidden feelings for each other.
Infinity.) Though the storylines are pretty solid and offer big action-packed battles, the bulk of the show is comedy, with the character’s out-sized personalities carrying the jokes, be it Thor’s overwhelming concern about his appearance or Captain America being stuck in the ’40s. (voiced hilariously by Tom Kenny.) One joke about the Hulk swallowing a yo-yo is technically genius.
Maybe I don’t give kids a lot of credit, but I can see a large portion of these gags flying over their heads, which will make the show far more enjoyable for adults than one would have expected. The only thing about the show that doesn’t really work is Reptil, who feels like the Poochie of the show, coming off as a bone tossed to kids, with his dino-focused power, youthful role and extreme behavior.
Ned goes back to working with Dylan, but is told to watch the car while Dylan conducts a private interview with Tatiana.
Hours later, Ned is told by a police officer to move out of a tow zone.
Christian is attracted to Natalie but is dissuaded by her lesbian relationship until Ned informs him that she is bisexual and likes guys too.
Christian and Natalie take a cab home and end up having sex.
The next day, Miranda reluctantly asks Ned to chauffeur while she interviews an important client, Lady Arabella (Janet Montgomery).
Miranda hopes to pry into her scandalous past, but is dismayed to learn of a legal agreement to only ask about charity work.
The Super Hero Squad (sort of a loose version of the Avengers) is made up of an assortment of Marvel heroes, including Iron Man (as the leader), Captain America (who provides aid on a regular basis), Wolverine (adding the X-Men’s popularity,) The Hulk, Thor, a spacey surfer-dude version of the Silver Surfer, and Falcon (obviously added to bring some diversity.) Joining them is the mostly unknown Reptil (a dinosaur-powered bit player from the Avengers comics) who is both a young guy and Hispanic, helping fill out the P. scorecard a bit more and give younger viewers a stand-in.
They go up against Doctor Doom and his legion of bad guys (and ineffective henchmen), as he searches for the Infinity fractals, shards of the Infinity Sword (which seems connected to the Infinity Gems of the Infinity Gauntlet.
They also have strict control over their son River (Matthew Mindler), which leaves him unhappy and unable to express himself. Miller), and no longer wishes to continue their relationship or allow him to work at the farm.