Costume Party Capers: The Incredibles

Synopsis: The whole Disney Channel gang team up with "The Incredibles" for an all-day super-hero costume party!

- Is this on?

- That's fine.

I can break through walls,

I just can't...

- That's fine.

- I can't get this on.

Mr. Incredible...

Do you have a secret identity?

Every superhero has a secret identity.

I don't know a single one who doesn't.

Who wants the pressure

of being super all the time?

Of course I have a secret identity.

Can you see me in this

at the supermarket? Come on.

Who'd want to go shopping as Elastigirl,

know what I mean?

Superladies, they're always trying

to tell you their secret identity.

Think it'll strengthen

the relationship or something.

I said, "Girl, I don't want to know

about your mild-mannered alter ego."

I mean, you tell me you're

a super-mega-ultra-lightning-babe,

that's all right with me.

I'm good. I'm good.

No matter how many times

you save the world,

it always manages to get back

in jeopardy again.

Sometimes I just want it to stay saved,

you know?

For a little bit. I feel like the maid.

"I just cleaned up this mess.

Can we keep it clean

for ten minutes?"

I could get to that point.

- "Please?"

- We're not finished.

Sometimes I think I'd just like

the simple life, you know?

Relax a little and raise a family.

Settle down? Are you kidding?

I'm at the top of my game!

I'm up there with the big dogs!

Girls, come on.

Leave the saving of the world

to the men? I don't think so.

I don't think so.

We interrupt

for a bulletin.

A high-speed pursuit between

police and armed gunmen is underway,

traveling northbound on San Pablo Ave.

Yeah, I've got time.

Mr. Incredible.

- What is it, ma'am?

- My cat, Squeaker, won't come down.

Certainly. I suggest you stand clear.

There could be trouble.

No, he's quite tame.

Let go now.

Thank you, Mr. Incredible.

You've done it again.

- You're the best.

- No, I'm just here to help.

All units.

We have a tour bus robbery...

Tour bus robbery. I've still got time.

Officers. Ma'am. Squeaker.

- Cool! Ready for take-off!

- What the...?

- Who are you supposed to be?

- I'm IncrediBoy.

What? No.

You're that kid from the fan club.

Brophy. Brody.

Buddy! Buddy!

My name is IncrediBoy.

I've been nice, I've stood for photos,

signed every scrap of paper

you pushed at me...

No, don't worry about training me.

I know your moves,

crime fighting style,

favorite catch phrases, everything!

I'm your number one fan!

Hey! Hey, wait!

You know... can tell a lot about a woman

by the contents of her purse,

but maybe that's not

what you had in mind.

Hey, look...


Mr. Incredible.

- It's all right. I've got him.

- Sure, you've got him.

- I just took him out for you.

- Sure, you did.

- His attention was on me.

- A fact I exploited to do my job.

- My job, you mean.

- A simple thank you will suffice.

Thanks, but I don't need any help.

Whatever happened to "ladies first"?

Well, whatever happened

to equal treatment?

Look, the lady got me first.

- Well, we could share, you know.

- I work alone.

Well, I think you need to be more...


Are you doing anything later?

I have a previous engagement.

Now, you just stay here.

They usually pick up

the garbage in an hour.

- Hey, Incredible!

- Hey, Frozone!

- Shouldn't you be getting ready?

- I still got time.

He's gonna jump!

I think you broke something.

With counseling,

I think you'll come to forgive me.

Wait a minute.

Bomb Voyage.

And IncrediBoy!


Aren't you curious about how I get

around so fast? I have rocket boots.

- Go home, Buddy. Now.

- What?

Can we talk?

You always say be true to yourself,

but you never say

which part to be true to.

Well, I've finally figured out who I am.

I am your ward... IncrediBoy!

And now, you have officially

carried it too far, Buddy.

This is because I don't have powers,

isn't it?

Not every superhero has powers,

you know.

You can be super without them.

I invented these.

I can fly. Can you fly?

Fly home, Buddy. I work alone.

Just give me one chance!

I'll show you. I'll go get the police.

- Buddy, don't!

- It'll only take a second, really.

No, stop!

There's a bomb!

Let go, you're wrecking

my flight pattern.

- I can do this if you let go!

- Will you just...?

- I'm trying to help! Stop!

- Let go of my cape!

Take this one home. And make sure

his mom knows what he's been doing.

I can help you.

You're making a mist...

The injured jumper.

You sent paramedics?

They picked him up.

The blast in that building

was caused by Bomb Voyage

who I caught robbing the vault.

We might nab him

if we set up a perimeter.

- He got away?

- Well, yeah.

- Skippy here made sure of that.

- IncrediBoy.

You're not affiliated with me!

Holy smokes, I'm late.

Listen, I've gotta be somewhere.

- What about Bomb Voyage?

- Any other night, I'd go after him,

but I really gotta go. Don't worry.

We'll get him! Eventually!

- Is the night still young?

- You're very late.

- How do I look? Good?

- The mask. You still got the mask.


Robert Parr, will you have this woman

to be your lawful wedded wife?

You're late. When you asked

if I was doing anything later,

I didn't realize you'd forgotten.

I thought it was playful banter.

- It was.

- Cutting it close, don't you think?

You need to be more... flexible.

I love you, but if we're

gonna make this work,

you've gotta be more

than Mr. Incredible.

You know that. Don't you? long as you both shall live?

- I do.

I pronounce this couple

husband and wife.

As long as we both shall live.

No matter what happens.

Hey, come on. We're superheroes.

What could happen?

In a stunning turn of

events, a superhero is being sued

for saving someone who,

apparently, didn't want to be saved.

The plaintiff, Oliver Sansweet,

who was foiled in his attempted

suicide by Mr. Incredible,

has filed suit against the famed

superhero in Superior Court.

Mr. Sansweet didn't ask to be saved.

He didn't want to be saved.

The injury received from

Mr. Incredible's "actions",

- Causes him daily pain.

- I saved your life!

You didn't save my life!

You ruined my death.

My client has no comment.

Another suit was filed

by victims of the el train accident.

Incredible's court losses

cost the government millions.

And opened the flood gates for dozens

of superhero lawsuits the world over.

It is time for their secret identity

to become their only identity.

Time for them to join us, or go away.

Under public pressure,

and the financial burden

of an ever mounting series of lawsuits,

the government quietly initiated

the superhero relocation program.

The supers were granted amnesty

from responsibility for past actions,

in exchange for the promise

to never again resume hero work.

Where are they now?

They are living among us.

Average citizens, average heroes.

Quietly and anonymously continuing

to make the world a better place.

Denied? You're denying my claim?

I don't understand.

I have full coverage.

I'm sorry, Mrs. Hogenson,

but our liability is spelled out

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