No Ordinary Family s01e12 Episode Script

No Ordinary Brother

Every story has a beginning.
We were just an ordinary family until Hold on! Oh, my God! Something extraordinary has happened.
Aah! You can jump just over a quarter mile, can lift 11,000 pounds.
I'm fast.
I can hear people's thoughts.
I've got, like, this super-brain.
I can finally make a difference.
With your new access to Dr.
Powell, you should be able to learn exactly what she's been keeping from me.
Honey.
Hmm? Honey, did you hear that? Huh? I think someone's breaking into our house.
You think? Well, can't you go zoop out there and make sure before you wake Stay here.
Get ready to call 9-1-1.
Okay.
Hey! Wait, wait! It's me! It's Mikey! Mikey? Hey, bro.
So how long are you in town for? I didn't really think that far ahead.
I just needed a change of scenery.
What about Tracy? Why didn't she come? I mean, it's only a 2-hour ride.
Actually, she's kinda the scenery that I'm referring to.
So how's the energy drink business, bro? Well, it turns out it was kind of a fad, which is fine, 'cause now I am into something with even more upside footwear repurposement, huh? Do you know that for every ten sneakers manufactured, one gets thrown out for some minor defect? So you sell shoes from the garbage? Actually, Steph, I take the manufacturers' discards, and I sell them for a minimal price, helping me and the poor at the same time.
Wow.
Very industrious, wouldn't you say, guys? Yes.
Yep.
Bye, Uncle Mike.
Bye.
See ya.
Bye, mom.
Bye, dad.
Bye.
See ya.
All righty.
I'm gonna hit that sweet steam shower of yours.
And, hey, call George.
Clear your calendars.
Boys' night out tonight, all right? And I'm buying.
He is not buying anything.
What? Did you just meet him? Look, just go easy on Mike.
Really? After everything he's put you through? You heard him.
I actually think he's getting his act together.
Mm.
Besides, people change, Steph.
I mean, if anyone should understand that, it's us.
Mm.
Hi.
Why are you dressed? Joshua Why do you have this? This is my boss's journal.
I need to know why you have it.
Open it.
I already did.
I would recognize Dr.
Powell's indiscernible chicken scratch anywhere.
"So unfamiliar to me, "try as I might to run from it, "I can't help but fall in love with Katie Andrews.
" Does that sound like something Dr.
Powell wrote? I'm so sorry.
I I could've sworn that I saw Hey.
It's all right.
I get it.
Last night was a big night a lot of emotion.
Global tech human resources.
That's weird.
Hello.
This is Katie Andrews.
A promotion? Mm-hmm.
Katie, that's fantastic.
Well, I never thought the moment would come where you and I wouldn't be sharing a work space every day.
Oh, you know, just because you got a promotion doesn't mean you have to leave my lab.
They just slap on a "senior" or an "executive" in front of your job title Give you a few extra vacation days.
Um, they're giving me my own lab.
Oh.
Oh, well, I mean, that doesn't mean we still can't it's kind of in Miami.
Miami? But I've already done the math, and don't worry, because at your speed, you are only seven and a half minutes away, so we can still have lunch together every day.
Hmm.
Dr.
Powell, the one thing that would tip this bittersweet moment towards bitter and away from sweet is if, in some way, you weren't entirely happy for me? Oh, no.
Of course I'm happy for you, Katie.
I'm just gonna miss you.
That's all.
Mr.
Litchfield, I was unaware that being the student body president places me on the peer disciplinary committee.
Apparently the administration thinks your judgment is now of value, but remember, don't be swayed by these dewy-eyed delinquents.
They'll stop at nothing to avoid discipline.
Right.
Mrs.
fern threatened to fail you earlier that day, and you responded in a highly clich├ęd retort that if she did, "she'd regret it.
" How are you going to rule on this? Guilty.
Guilty.
I would've keyed your car, too, but you can't even afford a decent ride.
Uh, guilty.
Three weeks detention.
Next.
I only missed class because my mom was really sick, and I had to take my brother to school.
Guilty.
Innocent.
After which, I got the cutest new bedazzled cell phone case at the mall.
Guilty.
Mr.
minor, four pills were found in your pocket, which the school nurse identified as Adderall.
You don't happen to have a doctor's prescription for these pills, do you, Chris? Eh, the guy who sold 'em to me isn't much for putting stuff in writing.
Committee, I think the evidence speaks for itself.
How do you rule? Guilty.
Mr.
minor, you can add another 3-day suspension to your stellar list of achievements.
Session adjourned.
Not quite the bleeding heart I thought you'd be, Ms.
Powell.
Sweet.
They totally believed those pills were mine.
I'm not happy about this.
Katie is a very important member of my team.
I should've been consulted before she was relocated.
I understand.
I was just informed myself.
Call Ms.
morrow in.
Right away, Dr.
King.
The new v.
P.
Of human resources.
She places personnel.
Such a pleasure to meet you, Dr.
Powell.
I'm a great admirer of your work.
Thank you.
Before you say anything, I owe you an apology.
I was so eager to deliver the good news, I completely disregarded protocol.
Yes.
See, the truth is, the board's had their eye on her for quite some time.
Uh, Katie's only worked for global tech for two years.
Yet she embodies everything we look for young, brilliant, glowing year-end evaluations.
You wrote these, didn't you? Perhaps what Dr.
Powell is saying is that, uh, something's changed, and, uh, Katie's performance is not what it was.
No, Katie is a model employee.
She always has been.
So you'd rather keep her in a subordinate position than give her the chance to succeed on her own? No, that is not what I'm saying.
Then what are you saying, Dr.
Powell? You know what? Thank you both for your time.
No, to be honest, I really liked Tracy.
I'm not sure why you let her go.
I just don't get all this pressure to settle down, you know? You know, humans are the only species that insist on monogamy.
Go to the zoo.
Check out the monkeys, all right? It's like "boogie nights" in there.
Okay.
Wait, wait.
Okay.
Monkeys also throw poo at each other, so I'm not sure if they got it all right.
But, hey, a toast to my brother, who's been there for me more times than I can count.
Here's hoping that I can return the favor someday.
Cheers.
Hey, hey, hey.
No.
I told you, this one's on me, all right? It's the least I can do.
Oh, shoot.
It's my accountant.
I gotta take this, all right? We're setting up an l.
L.
C.
For this shoe thing.
I'm really doing it this time, Jimmy.
I'm doing it right.
Hello? He rigged that phone call, didn't he? Yeah.
Where the hell is he? I don't know.
Tell him I said bye, all right? And tell him to hook a brother up with some shoes.
Okay.
Ah.
Come on.
All right.
Boom.
See you tomorrow, bro.
For sure.
Aah! Come on! Come on.
Get up here.
Ohh.
Get out here.
Now.
Mikey, you okay? Yeah.
Jimmy! Jim! Jimmy! How the hell Relax.
I'm fine.
Yeah, I can see that.
But how? It doesn't make sense.
I mean, you should be dead.
Or crippled.
Or dead.
What do you want me to say? I got lucky.
No, that's not lucky, Jim, all right? Finding a penny, hitting Blackjack Those are luy.
What happened to you is a miracle, all right? We need to call the news Or "Oprah"! No, we're not calling anyone.
You understand me, Mike? Let's talk about what happened to you.
Who were those guys who jumped you? How can you even ask me that when you just fell off a building and survived? You're right.
Let's count our blessings and move on.
You're doing it that thing you do with your forehead when you're hiding something.
I'm not doing anything with my forehead.
Liar.
Don't make me call mom.
Oh, come on, Mike.
Oh, come on.
I'm your brother.
Why don't you trust me? Because! Because why? Because I have superpowers! Oh, screw you.
I'm serious.
I'm serious, too, Mike.
Look, I have super-strength.
I can jump really far, and I'm invulnerable.
Almost.
Unless you hold a gun to my head and pull the trigger.
That would be bad.
You're a jerk.
Do you know that? Look.
Here.
Hit me with this.
I'm not gonna hit you with a shovel.
You want to find out what I'm hiding? Here's your chance.
Hit me.
Are you ready? 'Cause I'm doing it.
No, I mean really hit me.
That's it.
Now right here.
I'm doing it.
See, there was this plane crash, and after, I could do these Jim, we need to talk about Katie.
Oh, my God.
Where did you just come from so fast? Oh, uh, the bedroom.
I walked from the bedroom.
Jim, you saw me walk in, right? He knows about me, and now he knows about you, too.
This this is insane.
Yes.
It is insane, which is why you can never tell anyone about this, about us.
Just What about the kids? Wait.
You guys told Uncle Mike about our powers? Ohh.
What? He was the one thinking about 'em.
Mind reader? Mm.
Mind reader.
Mind reader.
And that would make J.
J.
What? You've heard of Einstein? Smarter than that guy.
I know what you're thinkin'.
Mike's the last person I'd trust with our secret? He said he wouldn't tell anyone.
Just like he said he was gonna go to law school, or he said he was gonna open a restaurant.
Come on.
Give the guy a break, will ya? Give him a chance.
I've already given him a chance.
So have you.
Look, I'm sorry, but based on his track record, if Mike can find a way to take advantage of our abilities, he will.
I won't let him do that.
I promise.
One of the perks for working for global tech is the healthy moving stipend they provide.
Mm.
Yeah, we can even help you find an apartment.
Ohh.
Okay.
I would lo a balcony and a parking spot for my new jetta.
Done and done.
This was taken after I mapped my first genome.
I don't know.
Maybe I'm being totally ungrateful leaving her without a replacement.
You know, all due respect to Dr.
Powell, I do hope she's not making you feel guilty.
I mean, it's probably just a knee-jerk reaction to your promotion.
Everyone knows she adores you.
Uh, sorry.
What did she say? Oh, she just told Dr.
King that you didn't have enough experience to run your own lab.
I think maybe you misunderstood her, because she she tends to mumble sometimes.
Look Some people have to be the only star shining.
It just reinforces you've made the right decision.
So when a crime goes down, this is where the action starts.
We call it "the lair.
" Oh.
Anybody else you want to bring by here? TMZ? Hey.
Look, he knows about me.
I just want to show him how I make a difference, that's all.
Right.
Okay.
Well, yeah, this is where your brother and I, uh, track and monitor crimes in progress.
It's also where I, uh, do my laundry.
I gotta say, Jim, this is a big step up from sketching muggers.
Yeah.
You guys must make serious cash for this "heroes for hire" stuff, right? I don't do it for money, Mike.
I do it to protect people.
Yeah.
I do it to keep your brother from getting himself killed.
Oh, I got I gotta take this.
All right.
I'll catch up with you later, super bro.
See ya.
When people start showing up to your house with tickets to see the strong man, do not say I didn't tell you.
Look, I-I know it's Mike we're talking about here, but I don't know.
I actually think he's trying to turn himself around.
Oh, really? Yeah.
'Cause that car that smashed into you I ran the plates.
Turns out that the owner not just some random mugger.
Works for a guy named Frank Matthews, runs collections.
Biggest loan shark on the west coast.
Doesn't get out of bed for less than 10 grand.
If he's looking for your brother, it's for one reason and one reason only Mike owes him big-time.
Oh, Mike.
I should probably clear out my family's tissue samples before the new lab tech starts.
Of course, I may not have to keep our secret for much longer.
Jim's brother showed up, and within hours, Jim was telling him all about us.
Can you believe that? K-Katie, is everything okay? I heard about your conversation with Dr.
King.
Oh, look, clearly whatever got back to you, it's not what you think.
Oh, well, that's a relief, because for a second there, I thought you went behind my back and you tried to convince Dr.
King not to promote me.
Oh, wait.
That's exactly what you did.
You have to admit, it is a little unusual to be offered your own lab so early in your career.
You mean earlier than you were offered yours? No.
You know, when something unusual happened to you, I didn't question it.
I supported it.
I supported you.
Why can't you do the same for me? J.
J.
Uncle Mike, the principalsa*.
What's the emergency are my parents okay? Everyone's fine.
It was just an excuse to get you out of class.
You know what? That super-brain of yours is too much pressure for a kid your age.
I think you need a little more fun in your life, don't you? What do you say, huh? You up for a good old-fashioned ditch day, hmm? I guess so.
My parents would kill me if they knew that I was using My powers to gamble! Well, that's why we won't tell 'em.
Besides, it actually won't be you that's gambling.
It's me, okay? You're just uh, you'll be helping.
Uh, you mean my powers are helping.
Well, if they can be useful.
Can they be? Well, using Bayes' theorem and a liberal dose of logistic regression, it's actually not that hard to predict the winners.
All you need is a computer that's powerful enough to process all the variables.
Or a brain.
Mm? Okay.
Aidan's charm to win.
Rhapsody to place.
Bluezette to show.
You sure? Make the bet.
Okay.
This is our line.
All right.
Come on.
Yes! Excuse us.
Excuse me.
Come on.
We gotta get up there.
Aidan's charm.
We can see Aidan's charm.
Let's go.
Yes! Come on! Let's see my friend Aidan's charm.
There's Aidan's charm.
There he is.
Looking good.
Yeah! All right.
Come on! Oh, he's looking good.
Get up there! Go, Aidan's charm! Yes, he is.
Yes! Please go for me, Aidan's charm.
Come on, come on, come on! Oh, come on.
Come on.
Oh.
Yes! Oh, my God.
Go, go, go, go, go! Let's go, Aidan's charm! Go, go, go! Yeah! Oh, my God.
Yeah! Oh, my God.
Whoo! That was insane! That was incredible! Ohh.
Oh, my God.
So what do you think, huh? You got another one in ya? Yes! Chris, right? Wow, would've thought you'd know me as the guy you got suspended.
It didn't have to be like that, and you know it.
Those pills weren't yours, and I don't know who you're covering for, but this is a big deal.
It's gonna go on your permanent record.
Well, if you've seen my permanent record, you know I could give a rat's ass.
It doesn't matter to me, but it'll kill his scholarship.
Tell me who you're covering for, and I will help you.
Hey, Chris.
You ready? I gotta t home and study for my trig test.
Just leave it alone.
Yeah, I am sure J.
J.
Is fine if he's with his Uncle.
Thank you for your concern, principal Ackerman.
Your brother took our son out of school for a family emergency.
Now why would he do that? Maybe there was an emergency? Yeah, there is an emergency.
It's a wake-up call for you! Look, every time your brother comes to town, he's always dragging you into something, and now he's dragging our son.
Look, they're probably just having a little fun.
Where's the worst place they could be? J.
J.
, J.
J.
, j.
! You did it again, man.
You are unbelievable.
You know, when I was your age, I was never good at anything.
Hell, I'm still not.
Dad said you're good at everything.
You just haven't figured out what you want to do yet.
He says that? Yeah, all the time.
Huh.
Yeah.
Oh, hold on.
Hey, big bro.
Where the hell are you? And tell me my son's okay.
Relax, everything's cool.
I just sprung J.
J.
A little early, is all.
I mean, you know, a little Uncle-nephew bonding time.
Mikey, exactly where did you take J.
J.
? I-I should've called.
Wrong.
You shouldn't have taken J.
J.
At all.
Jim, your boy is amazing.
He picked one winner after another.
You took advantage of him for your own personal gain.
You guys have these unbelievable powers.
You can do anything in the world, and you're you're just letting it all go to waste.
Look you feel like telling us what's really going on with you for real? Okay.
I you're right.
I-I haven't told you the whole truth.
You know, my new business, in footwear repurposement Well, it's It's not totally up and runnin' yet.
I just I needed a little seed money.
That sounded convincing.
I think he's gonna go for it.
Mike, you got one chance to tell me the truth Your last chance.
I'm in the hole.
Gambling.
I owe 15 grand, okay? I That's the real reason you came here, isn't it? Run away from a debt you can never repay.
Look, but I-I got a plan this time, all right? All right? Oh, come on.
Not again, Mike.
You can you can help me with your powers.
Please.
You're my Big Brother, Jim.
I need you.
I know why you're sending Katie away.
It won't work.
You know, much as you seem to think the world orbits around you, the board of trustees didn't factor in your love life before promoting Dr.
Andrews.
Our arrangement is over.
I'm done.
Are you sure about that? Uh Has the weakness set in yet? The joint pain? The depression? Oh, it sounds benign now, but without that serum, mm, it can wear on a man.
I guess I'll find out In Miami.
I'm going with her, starting over.
Good-bye.
I'm looking for Frank Matthews.
Can I help ya? Yeah.
I'm Mike Powell's brother.
I know he owes you some money, and I was hoping to find a way to settle his debt.
Well, so would I.
What'd you have in mind? Unlike my brother, I have a steady paycheck.
I mean, I can't pay you back all at once, but, say, over the course of the next six months.
I could I'll bable to get you your $15,000 back.
Try adding a zero to the end of that.
What? - Mike owes me 150 grand.
Now, you can take over the debt if you want, but you should know I don't do payment plans.
Your brother's gonna pay me what he owes one way or another.
$150,000! 150 thou I heard you.
I heard you.
If we had a dollar for every time you've said that, we'd be paying that debt right now.
What in the world would possibly possess him to borrow money from a loan shark in the first place? And then to gamble it all away? Well, a guth* Mike's financial history doesn't really qualify for a bank loan.
They say you gotta hit bottom in order to change.
Maybe this time he'll learn his lesson.
Only lessons Frank Matthews teaches is untraceable bullets and well-hidden bodies.
Do you have anything helpful to say? At all? Not really.
B You know? Maybe the lair will be more helpful.
How? Well, think about it.
It's like the magic 8 ball of rooms.
All you gotta do is ask it a question, and it will tell you what to do.
No.
No.
No.
No! Aw.
They got the motorcycle, too.
"They" who? Mike.
Jim, I didn't rob the lair.
Why should I believe you? Again! All you do is lie.
You lied to me when you told me how much money you owe.
How do you know about my juice? Because I was stupid enough to try to pay it off! You went to see Matthews? He's the one who must have robbed the place.
His guys were following me around everywhere.
Aw, stop, stop! Ever since you could talk, I've been buying into your endless excuses! And let me guess She was fed up, right? She left you, right? Because she knows what I'm finally admitting to myself, which is, eventually, you let everyone down! You think this is the first time? What are you talking about? Where were you, Mike? Where were you when When dad had his heart attack? What? Jim! That was That was ten years ago I know where dad was! He was in the I.
C.
U.
! I know where I was! I was by his bedside! I called you and I begged you to come and sit with me! He was unconscious! And you were there! And it all turned out fine.
Don't you understand?! I didn't need you there for him! I needed you there for me! I didn't I didn't realize that.
That's the problem.
You never do.
I gotta go to work.
After all I've done for him He won't be gone for long.
I'm not sure about that.
Love has a way of robbing a man of his common sense.
This isn't about love.
He wants to be normal.
We all do.
He hasn't been normal since the day I found him.
But how short his memory has become.
Whatever it takes, he is not to leave Pacific bay.
J.
J.
, I think Chris is covering for his younger brother.
Now, if drew is popping pills, they're probably in his locker.
So you want me to violate his civil liberties with an illegal search and seizure is that the kind of government you run here? J.
J.
, Chris got suspended because of my vote, and I can't have done that to someone who's innocent.
Please.
Okay.
The tumblers on these old locks usually fall in a mathematical pattern.
Looks like Left 23 Right 46 And left 18.
Um, I'm No pharmacist or anything, but Those don't look like vitamins to me.
Don't go.
I know my dad when he gets mad.
You just Have to let him calm down, and then he'll listen to what you have to say.
Yeah.
I know that strategy.
I used it pretty successfully back in the day.
But I think your dad's pretty much done hearing my side of things.
Come here.
Miss you.
Mm.
Take care of yourself, kiddo.
You, too.
But you were right all along.
This whole time, I thought I was just being protective, but the truth is, I was being selfish.
Well, don't beat yourself up.
It's really a very fine line.
I think we're ready to go.
Just so you know, I'm here for you.
No matter where you are, you're not alone.
Oh.
That really means a lot.
But I am actually not going to be alone.
Joshua's decided to go with me.
Katie, you didn't tell me that.
Yeah, well I was angry with you, and simmering resentment has a way of stepping on good news.
I'm really happy for you.
Oh, thank you.
Let's get 'em into position.
For everything.
Okay.
Okay, let's be careful.
Look out! Katie, are you okay? Yeah, I think so.
I don't know what happened! I-I'm so sorry! *** *** *** Daph? Hey.
You need to hear something.
What? Uncle Mike didn't rob the lair.
Just because somebody's disappointed you in the past doesn't mean that they're always guilty.
Look, I know you love your Uncle, but how about we end the Powell family tradition of buying into his unique brand of bull No, dad! I saw his mind, and and he was at an ultrasound appointment When the lair was robbed.
Ultrasound appointment? For a baby.
He was with Tracy, and she's pregnant.
The date and time were on the monitor, so he couldn't have done it.
Come here.
Hey, Mikey, it's me.
Listen, I'm so sorry.
I know it wasn't you who broke into the lair.
Now's not really a good time.
You're angry.
I understand.
But did you hear what I said? I know it wasn't you.
That's great, Jim.
But, uh I think we got bigger problems.
You wanna help your brother? Huh? Get me I think you know how this ends.
Listen, did they find the person that made that window fall? It wasn't a who.
It was the crane clutch.
I guess the gears slipped.
The poor crane operator felt terrible, but I told him not to beat himself up.
Even Tony stark has equipment failure.
You know what? I actually shouldn't have said Tony stark, because Once he has the suit on, then he's technically iron man.
I I'm okay.
I really am.
You know, accidents happen.
Yes, they do.
This guy, Frank Matthews, is gonna kill my brother unless we pay him the whole So what's the plan? Pay him the whole 150 grand by tomorrow.
Jim, where are we gonna get ahold of that kind of money? Still haven't worked out that part of the plan.
Wait a minute! Forget the money.
Superheroes do not negotiate with criminals.
We know where Mike's being held.
You smash in there, flex some muscle, do the Jim-Jim thing.
It's too risky.
I'd suggest the cops, but that's just more bullets flying, more questions being asked.
I can get the money.
The w I did it before with Uncle Mike.
If you just let me go to the track, I can J.
J.
, I know you want to help, but not that way.
What if it's to save someone's life? Jim, I know this sounds strange, but J.
J.
May be right.
Are you serious? Look, you once said that you believed we were given these powers to protect people.
Who's more important to protect than family? I know what you did.
You tried to have her killed.
I have no idea what you're talking about.
After all the things I've done, you try and take away the one thing that matters most to me? There was a time when your job mattered to you.
Oh, well, that's over.
///////// you and I will never be done.
We're family.
Family doesn't hurt each other.
Families hurt each other all the time.
It's, uh It's what they do best.
You do remember what I do best, don't you? You're much less intimidating without the serum coursing through your bloodstream.
Oh.
That means I'll just have to work that much harder Make you pay for what you tried to do.
//////// thank you.
J.
J.
! You're amazing! I've never seen this much money in my life! All right, look We've got two more races left, so you gotta make this count.
Okay.
Okay.
There's a 12-to-1 long shot running in the next race "shady oh.
" His odds are increased by 3% when he runs in the 4th lane, and because of the rain last week, the track is 6% slower than normal.
Great.
How much should we bet? Let it ride.
What? All of it? Well, that's what "let it ride" means, dad.
Okay.
Here we go! Come on, shady oh.
Yes.
All right.
Yes.
Yes.
Come on! Here we go! Come on.
Yes.
All right.
Come on! Let's go! Come on! Come on! Go, shady oh! And shady oh has taken a commanding lead Come on, come on, come on, come on, come on! Yes! Go! Go! *** *** D-dad.
You're all right, you're all right.
*** Go, shady oh! He's there! Yes! Shady oh is slowing down.
No! No! He's falling to the back of the pack.
In an unbelievable turn of events Shady oh has pulled up lame.
No! J.
J.
! What happened? Y You said it was a sure thing! It was! I mean, there's there's no way to calculate an injury! What does this mean for Uncle Mike? It's okay, kid.
It's okay.
Just means I have to make a new plan, that's all.
I'm sorry.
Come on.
Mikey? You all right? Apart from the gun to my head? Yeah.
Where's the money? I don't have it.
So, what? You showed up to see your brother's head get ventilated? Is that it? I showed up to trade.
Him for me.
Jimmy it's okay.
You let him go, well, you can shoot me all you want.
Sounds fine to me.
But don't be such a stranger.
I prefer to do things up close And personal.
Jim, you can't do this.
We have no choice.
Trading your life for his? If this ain't brotherly love, I don't know what is.
Jimmy! What the hell were you thinkin'? I think a simple "thank you" would suffice.
Thank you.
Tough guy.
Well, looks like you found your man.
Thanks, but I don't know what you're talking about.
My brother.
Litchfield searched his locker yesterday, found the pills.
They are going to suspend him until he can be evaluated.
Well, maybe that's what he needed.
No, what he needed was to be left alone.
His life was fine before Your brother's getting the help he needs, and if that means you're gonna hate me for it I don't care.
Actually You do care.
I just don't understand why.
Well, maybe it's because I know what it feels like to have people think that you're something you're not.
And I think you feel that same way, too.
See ya.
So, my entire life, I've been obsessed with accidents.
You know, the randomness of them, and How they happen and why they happen.
Well, Katie, it's natural, after what you've just been through, to want to make sense of it.
Maybe there's no such thing as an accident.
I mean, my whole life I've been obsessed with superheroes, and then my boss turns out to be one? Oh.
Well, I meant I think that's more of a coincidence than a I'm not going to Miami.
I became a scientist so I could understand phenomena that would help me save lives and change the world.
I get to do that every day working with you.
You're my very own real-life superhero.
Oh, Katie.
What can I say? You're the coolest accident I've ever known.
Thank you.
These have kick-ass arch support.
Oh.
Thanks.
Hey, um this side is missing a stripe.
One man's mistake is another man's free shoes, J.
J.
I'll send you six more boxes each week.
I know how you burn through 'em.
Thank you, Mike.
You're welcome.
Shoes are free, Jimmy.
It's not from me.
Turns out the, uh, precinct had a little reward out for Frank Matthews.
Jim, I mean, life in prison for Frank Matthews means my debt is null and void.
Come on.
I can't take this It's not for you.
It's for the baby.
You know, I-I went to that ultrasound yesterday, thinking I was gonna tell Tracy the best gift I could give this kid would be, just stay away.
Nah.
And then I saw my baby Moving around in there.
It was I felt like my whole life changed at that very moment.
You know what? I think you're gonna do just fine, bro.
Well, if I can be half the dad you are, I got a decent shot.
Jim, uh when dad had his heart attack, and you called Uh, we don't have to do that right I was in the parking lot.
What? Yeah, I was sitting in the hospital parking lot.
I-I couldn't go in.
Why not? Because he had you.
I didn't think dad needed to see me.
He had you.
Oh, wait a minute.
And, uh I didn't know you needed me.
I didn't I didn't know.
Aw, Mike, I'm sorry.
'Course I needed you.
You're my little brother.
I'm always gonna need you, man.
Jim Jim Super-strength You all right? Yeah.
Thanks for saving my life.
You've been saving mine for years.
Guess that makes us even.
Yeah.
Hello.
George, what was so important I had to leap right over here? Well, I was checking out the fine print of my homeowner's insurance, and guess what I found? What? Total umbrella coverage.
So think house and content Earthquake, fire Theft? Thank you, Bayside mutual.
Uhh! Uhh! Uhh! This is amazing! Now this is a lair! Let's just say that we're way past wi-fi.
I think it goes without saying I'm very disappointed.
I don't know how she got away.
Is that an excuse or an apology? An apology.
It won't happen again.
No, it won't.
Because we're gonna try a different approach.
I know exactly how you can help me.