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The Incredibles

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5 00:08:34,388 --> 00:08:36,554 Agent Rick Dicker interrogating.

6 00:08:36,556 --> 00:08:37,923 State your name, please.

7 00:08:40,989 --> 00:08:43,923 Uh, Tony. Tony Rydinger.

8 00:08:46,956 --> 00:08:48,554 Tell me about the incident.

9 00:08:48,556 --> 00:08:51,787 Well, there's this girl, um, in my class.

10 00:08:51,789 --> 00:08:53,420 I saw her at the track meet.

11 00:08:53,422 --> 00:08:56,054 - You're, uh, Violet, right? - That's me.

12 00:08:56,056 --> 00:08:58,087 TONY: I sort of knew her, but she'd changed.

13 00:08:58,089 --> 00:09:00,421 Relaxed. She was more sure of herself.

14 00:09:00,423 --> 00:09:01,688 Cool, cute.

15 00:09:01,690 --> 00:09:03,022 I asked her out to a movie.

16 00:09:03,024 --> 00:09:04,088 So, Friday?

17 00:09:04,090 --> 00:09:05,688 - Friday. - Friday.

18 00:09:05,690 --> 00:09:07,055 TONY: And I went to watch the track meet.

19 00:09:07,057 --> 00:09:10,855 Not long after, this thing happened in the parking lot.

20 00:09:10,857 --> 00:09:12,655 (RUMBLING)

21 00:09:12,657 --> 00:09:14,523 (PEOPLE SCREAMING)

22 00:09:17,456 --> 00:09:19,024 (SCREAMING CONTINUES)

23 00:09:24,058 --> 00:09:25,556 (PANTING)

24 00:09:25,558 --> 00:09:27,756 UNDERMINER: Behold! The Underminer!

25 00:09:27,758 --> 00:09:32,589 I am always beneath you, but nothing is beneath me!

26 00:09:32,591 --> 00:09:34,422 TONY: As if things aren't weird enough,

27 00:09:34,424 --> 00:09:35,956 I look over and I see these boots.

28 00:09:35,958 --> 00:09:37,522 MR. INCREDIBLE: You two, stay here.

29 00:09:37,524 --> 00:09:38,989 ELASTIGIRL: Wait. Should we be doing this?

30 00:09:38,991 --> 00:09:40,556 It is still illegal.

31 00:09:40,558 --> 00:09:41,823 TONY: They looked like superheroes.

32 00:09:41,825 --> 00:09:43,589 - We're gonna lose him. - Oh, all right.

33 00:09:43,591 --> 00:09:44,789 One of you patrol the perimeter,

34 00:09:44,791 --> 00:09:46,056 keep the crowds back and safe.

35 00:09:46,058 --> 00:09:47,623 The other, watch after Jack-Jack.

36 00:09:47,625 --> 00:09:48,523 But I thought we were gonna go with...

37 00:09:48,525 --> 00:09:49,557 You heard your mother.

38 00:09:49,559 --> 00:09:51,425 Trampoline me.

39 00:09:52,092 --> 00:09:53,625 (ELASTIGIRL GRUNTS)

40 00:09:56,159 --> 00:09:57,557 I call perimeter!

41 00:09:57,559 --> 00:09:58,657 VIOLET: You're not going anywhere,

42 00:09:58,659 --> 00:10:00,090 you little maggoty creep!

43 00:10:00,092 --> 00:10:01,924 TONY: I see my chance to get out of there.

44 00:10:01,926 --> 00:10:05,456 But there's something familiar about one of the kids' voices.

45 00:10:05,458 --> 00:10:06,990 - (VIOLET SPEAKS INDISTINCTLY) - TONY: The girl, she's upset

46 00:10:06,992 --> 00:10:08,857 and she throws down her mask...

47 00:10:08,859 --> 00:10:10,423 and it's her!

48 00:10:10,425 --> 00:10:11,891 VIOLET: Oh. Tony!

49 00:10:11,893 --> 00:10:12,891 Hi.

50 00:10:12,893 --> 00:10:14,825 VIOLET: Uh, this isn't what you think it is.

51 00:10:14,827 --> 00:10:16,558 TONY: It was just getting too freaky.

52 00:10:16,560 --> 00:10:18,591 I couldn't handle it and ran off.

53 00:10:18,593 --> 00:10:19,991 I feel kinda bad about it.

54 00:10:19,993 --> 00:10:22,858 Maybe I should've said "hi" or something?

55 00:10:22,860 --> 00:10:24,958 It's not her fault superheroes are illegal.

56 00:10:24,960 --> 00:10:26,958 And it's not like I don't like strong girls.

57 00:10:26,960 --> 00:10:29,524 I'm pretty secure manhood-wise.

58 00:10:29,526 --> 00:10:30,858 What is that?

59 00:10:30,860 --> 00:10:33,591 Have you told anyone else about this? Your parents?

60 00:10:33,593 --> 00:10:35,559 No, they'd only think I was hiding something.

61 00:10:35,561 --> 00:10:37,826 - You know what I mean? - Sure, kid.

62 00:10:37,828 --> 00:10:39,559 I like this girl, Mr. Dicker.

63 00:10:39,561 --> 00:10:41,559 I'm supposed to go out with her Friday night.

64 00:10:41,561 --> 00:10:44,959 Now, things are just gonna be weird.

65 00:10:44,961 --> 00:10:47,625 (SIGHS) I wish I could forget I ever saw her in that suit.

66 00:10:47,627 --> 00:10:49,028 You will, kid.

67 00:10:49,828 --> 00:10:51,661 You will.

68 00:11:01,929 --> 00:11:03,428 (MR. INCREDIBLE GRUNTING)

69 00:11:03,829 --> 00:11:05,560 Come on!

70 00:11:05,562 --> 00:11:07,829 (GRUNTING AND SCREAMING)

71 00:11:09,728 --> 00:11:10,995 (COUGHS)

72 00:11:23,529 --> 00:11:27,128 Consider yourself undermined!

73 00:11:27,130 --> 00:11:28,594 (LAUGHS MANIACALLY)

74 00:11:28,596 --> 00:11:30,563 (PEOPLE SCREAMING)

75 00:11:31,729 --> 00:11:34,729 (UNDERMINER CONTINUES LAUGHING)

76 00:11:39,096 --> 00:11:41,796 UNDERMINER: Ooh. (LAUGHS)

77 00:11:50,730 --> 00:11:53,095 - Underminer! - We meet again... Huh?

78 00:11:53,097 --> 00:11:54,864 (MR. INCREDIBLE GRUNTING)

79 00:11:57,831 --> 00:12:00,964 Oh, great! Now, he's on the agenda.

80 00:12:02,764 --> 00:12:04,564 (GROANING)

81 00:12:10,831 --> 00:12:12,429 (GRUNTING)

82 00:12:12,431 --> 00:12:13,832 - (POUNDING) - (GASPS)

83 00:12:16,431 --> 00:12:18,030 - Incredible! - (GROANS)

84 00:12:18,032 --> 00:12:19,529 Meet Jack Hammer!

85 00:12:19,531 --> 00:12:21,498 (BOTH GRUNTING)

86 00:12:29,132 --> 00:12:30,898 Buh-bye! (CHUCKLES)

87 00:12:37,399 --> 00:12:38,966 (ALARMS BLARING)

88 00:12:41,566 --> 00:12:42,699 (GRUNTS)

89 00:12:46,432 --> 00:12:49,131 No, no, no! No, no, no!

90 00:12:49,133 --> 00:12:51,432 (PEOPLE SCREAMING)

91 00:12:53,666 --> 00:12:56,933 Everybody, stay back! Okay? Stay back!

92 00:12:58,732 --> 00:13:01,533 You're not sticking me with babysitting!

93 00:13:05,167 --> 00:13:09,398 I can't steer it or stop it. And the Underminer's escaped!

94 00:13:09,400 --> 00:13:11,500 We'll have to stop it... Bob! The monorail!

95 00:13:18,433 --> 00:13:20,567 Frozone! Yeah!

96 00:13:25,101 --> 00:13:26,465 We have to stop this thing

97 00:13:26,467 --> 00:13:27,699 before it gets to the overpass!

98 00:13:27,701 --> 00:13:30,033 I'll try to keep it away from the buildings!

99 00:13:30,035 --> 00:13:32,668 - (PEOPLE CONTINUE SCREAMING) - (MR. INCREDIBLE GRUNTING)

100 00:13:40,101 --> 00:13:41,835 - DASH: Hey, lady! - (WOMAN YELPS)

101 00:13:43,434 --> 00:13:45,166 Thank you so much, young man!

102 00:13:45,168 --> 00:13:46,534 (JACK-JACK COOING)

103 00:13:49,869 --> 00:13:52,635 - (JACK-JACK GIGGLING) - What?

104 00:13:52,637 --> 00:13:54,435 Violet!

105 00:13:57,136 --> 00:13:59,502 (GRUNTING) Ahh!

106 00:14:01,969 --> 00:14:03,836 (STRAINING)

107 00:14:08,136 --> 00:14:10,134 - Stop! - (BRAKES SCREECHING)

108 00:14:10,136 --> 00:14:12,037 - Everybody, stop! - (BRAKES SCREECHING)

109 00:14:12,870 --> 00:14:14,570 (STRAINING)

110 00:14:21,570 --> 00:14:23,901 (WOMAN SCREAMS)

111 00:14:23,903 --> 00:14:25,837 (PANICKED CHATTER)

112 00:14:27,903 --> 00:14:30,035 (PEOPLE GASP)

113 00:14:30,037 --> 00:14:31,603 (STRAINING)

114 00:14:36,171 --> 00:14:37,936 (GRUNTING)

115 00:14:37,938 --> 00:14:38,971 (LAUGHS)

116 00:14:41,571 --> 00:14:43,571 - DASH: Heads up, Dad! - Dash!

117 00:14:45,637 --> 00:14:48,402 Violet! Who's watching Jack-Jack?

118 00:14:48,404 --> 00:14:49,902 Dash is watching him!

119 00:14:49,904 --> 00:14:51,437 - Violet, here, you take him! - (JACK-JACK GIGGLES)

120 00:15:01,405 --> 00:15:02,736 It's headed for City Hall!

121 00:15:02,738 --> 00:15:05,772 - DASH: Mom needs help! - (PEOPLE SCREAMING)

122 00:15:10,105 --> 00:15:12,670 They're out in public again! This is our chance!

123 00:15:12,672 --> 00:15:14,839 Follow them, follow Frozone!

124 00:15:23,406 --> 00:15:25,539 (STRAINING)

125 00:15:28,606 --> 00:15:31,706 Bob! Help me with the boiler!

126 00:15:34,806 --> 00:15:35,840 (GRUNTS)

127 00:15:48,074 --> 00:15:49,672 That should do it! (GASPS)

128 00:15:49,674 --> 00:15:51,672 What are you kids doing? Get out of here!

129 00:15:51,674 --> 00:15:53,072 This thing's gonna blow!

130 00:15:53,074 --> 00:15:54,774 There's no time!

131 00:15:56,640 --> 00:15:57,874 (ALL GRUNTING)

132 00:16:01,407 --> 00:16:02,841 (SIRENS WAILING)

133 00:16:05,041 --> 00:16:06,572 (ALL LAUGHING)

134 00:16:06,574 --> 00:16:08,572 We did it!

135 00:16:08,574 --> 00:16:10,005 - (GUNS COCKING) - OFFICER: Freeze, Supers!

136 00:16:10,007 --> 00:16:12,575 Oh, what did we do?

137 00:16:13,641 --> 00:16:15,575 (PEOPLE EXCLAIMING)

138 00:16:16,441 --> 00:16:18,975 TOMMY: Excuse me, Mr. Zone?

139 00:16:20,875 --> 00:16:24,040 FROZONE: Sorry, but I'm not really supposed to be here.

140 00:16:24,042 --> 00:16:25,940 TOMMY: Which seems wrong...

141 00:16:25,942 --> 00:16:27,040 doesn't it?

142 00:16:27,042 --> 00:16:30,875 Perhaps you'd be interested in changing that law?

143 00:16:32,408 --> 00:16:34,006 Superheroes including Frozone,

144 00:16:34,008 --> 00:16:35,874 Mr. Incredible, and Elastigirl...

145 00:16:35,876 --> 00:16:38,041 caused further damage to the city.

146 00:16:38,043 --> 00:16:40,540 The Underminer remains at large.

147 00:16:40,542 --> 00:16:42,407 We didn't start this fight.

148 00:16:42,409 --> 00:16:43,807 Well, you didn't finish it either!

149 00:16:43,809 --> 00:16:45,941 Did you stop the Underminer from inflicting more damage?

150 00:16:45,943 --> 00:16:46,874 No.

151 00:16:46,876 --> 00:16:48,507 Did you stop him from robbing the banks?

152 00:16:48,509 --> 00:16:49,974 - No. - Did you catch him?

153 00:16:49,976 --> 00:16:52,473 - No. - The banks were insured.

154 00:16:52,475 --> 00:16:53,740 We have infrastructure in place

155 00:16:53,742 --> 00:16:54,974 to deal with these matters.

156 00:16:54,976 --> 00:16:56,774 If you had simply done nothing...

157 00:16:56,776 --> 00:16:58,440 everything would now be

158 00:16:58,442 --> 00:16:59,741 proceeding in an orderly fashion.

159 00:16:59,743 --> 00:17:02,175 You'd have preferred we do nothing?

160 00:17:02,177 --> 00:17:03,877 Without a doubt.

161 00:17:08,044 --> 00:17:09,575 You weren't much help.

162 00:17:09,577 --> 00:17:11,608 Do you want out of the hole?

163 00:17:11,610 --> 00:17:14,777 First you gotta put down the shovel.

164 00:17:17,543 --> 00:17:19,710 Well, that went poorly.

165 00:17:20,443 --> 00:17:22,575 Dad, this is probably

166 00:17:22,577 --> 00:17:25,843 not the best time to tell you about this...

167 00:17:25,845 --> 00:17:28,911 but something else happened today with a kid...

168 00:17:29,878 --> 00:17:31,811 and my mask.

169 00:17:36,711 --> 00:17:38,678 (INDISTINCT CHATTER)

170 00:17:45,111 --> 00:17:46,609 Oh, hey, Rick.

171 00:17:46,611 --> 00:17:48,977 Violet thinks a friend of hers, a kid named Tony...

172 00:17:48,979 --> 00:17:51,944 might have seen her in the outfit, without her mask.

173 00:17:51,946 --> 00:17:54,110 - Talkative type? - Don't know.

174 00:17:54,112 --> 00:17:55,577 Last name is Rydinger.

175 00:17:55,579 --> 00:17:57,910 Tony Rydinger.

176 00:17:57,912 --> 00:17:59,577 I'll check it out.

177 00:17:59,579 --> 00:18:01,077 Bob, Helen...

178 00:18:01,079 --> 00:18:03,710 a word if you don't mind.

179 00:18:03,712 --> 00:18:06,710 Uh, the program's been shut down.

180 00:18:06,712 --> 00:18:08,144 What?

181 00:18:08,146 --> 00:18:09,844 Politicians don't understand people...

182 00:18:09,846 --> 00:18:13,178 who do good simply because it's right.

183 00:18:13,180 --> 00:18:14,878 It makes 'em nervous.

184 00:18:14,880 --> 00:18:17,711 DICKER: They've been gunning for Supers for years.

185 00:18:17,713 --> 00:18:20,111 Today was all they needed.

186 00:18:20,113 --> 00:18:22,011 Anyway...

187 00:18:22,013 --> 00:18:23,578 I'm done.

188 00:18:23,580 --> 00:18:25,544 I'm afraid two more weeks in the motel

189 00:18:25,546 --> 00:18:26,978 is the best I can do for ya.

190 00:18:26,980 --> 00:18:28,111 It ain't much.

191 00:18:28,113 --> 00:18:29,444 You've done plenty, Rick.

192 00:18:29,446 --> 00:18:30,945 We won't forget.

193 00:18:30,947 --> 00:18:33,178 Well, it has been a great honor

194 00:18:33,180 --> 00:18:34,711 working with you good people.

195 00:18:34,713 --> 00:18:37,179 Thanks for everything, and good luck.

196 00:18:37,181 --> 00:18:39,714 Yeah. You, too.

197 00:18:50,181 --> 00:18:52,014 (JACK-JACK COOING)

198 00:18:53,914 --> 00:18:55,781 Did you wash your hands?

199 00:18:56,914 --> 00:18:59,648 - (WATER RUNNING) - With soap?

200 00:19:01,049 --> 00:19:03,015 VIOLET: Did you dry them?

201 00:19:06,849 --> 00:19:11,546 What? Is this all vegetables? Who ordered all vegetables?

202 00:19:11,548 --> 00:19:13,713 I did. They're good and you're going to have some.

203 00:19:13,715 --> 00:19:14,746 (GROANS)

204 00:19:14,748 --> 00:19:17,580 Are we going to talk about it?

205 00:19:17,582 --> 00:19:19,813 - What? - The elephant in the room.

206 00:19:19,815 --> 00:19:22,446 - What elephant? - I guess not then.

207 00:19:22,448 --> 00:19:23,647 You're referring to today.

208 00:19:23,649 --> 00:19:25,447 Yeah, what's the deal with today?

209 00:19:25,449 --> 00:19:26,848 We all made mistakes.

210 00:19:26,850 --> 00:19:27,814 For example,

211 00:19:27,816 --> 00:19:29,848 you kids were supposed to watch Jack-Jack.

212 00:19:29,850 --> 00:19:33,081 Babysitting, while you guys did the important stuff.

213 00:19:33,083 --> 00:19:34,848 We talked about this.

214 00:19:34,850 --> 00:19:36,114 You're not old enough to decide about these things.

215 00:19:36,116 --> 00:19:37,480 We are old enough to help out.

216 00:19:37,482 --> 00:19:38,581 Yeah!

217 00:19:38,583 --> 00:19:40,181 Isn't that what you tell us, Dad?

218 00:19:40,183 --> 00:19:43,614 Yeah, well, "help out" can mean many different things.

219 00:19:43,616 --> 00:19:45,414 But we're supposed to help, if there's trouble.

220 00:19:45,416 --> 00:19:46,781 - Well, yeah, but... - Aren't you

221 00:19:46,783 --> 00:19:48,481 - glad we helped today? - Yeah, I know but...

222 00:19:48,483 --> 00:19:49,582 You said that you were proud of us.

223 00:19:49,584 --> 00:19:51,481 Well, yeah, I was. Am!

224 00:19:51,483 --> 00:19:52,849 We wanna fight bad guys!

225 00:19:52,851 --> 00:19:55,882 - (BABBLING) - No, you don't!

226 00:19:55,884 --> 00:19:57,915 You said things were different now.

227 00:19:57,917 --> 00:20:00,481 And they were, on the island.

228 00:20:00,483 --> 00:20:02,082 But I didn't mean that from now on...

229 00:20:02,084 --> 00:20:04,849 So now, we've gotta go back to never using our powers.

230 00:20:04,851 --> 00:20:06,149 It defines who I am.

231 00:20:06,151 --> 00:20:07,815 We're not saying you have...

232 00:20:07,817 --> 00:20:09,982 - What? - Someone on TV said it.

233 00:20:09,984 --> 00:20:11,583 Can we just eat?

234 00:20:11,585 --> 00:20:14,449 The dinner, while it's hot?

235 00:20:14,451 --> 00:20:16,016 Did we do something wrong?

236 00:20:16,018 --> 00:20:17,516 - Yes. - BOB: No.

237 00:20:17,518 --> 00:20:19,783 We didn't do anything wrong.

238 00:20:19,785 --> 00:20:22,016 Superheroes are illegal.

239 00:20:22,018 --> 00:20:23,983 Whether it's fair or not, that's the law.

240 00:20:23,985 --> 00:20:27,116 The law should be fair. What are we teaching our kids?

241 00:20:27,118 --> 00:20:28,449 To respect the law!

242 00:20:28,451 --> 00:20:29,850 Even when the law is disrespectful?

243 00:20:29,852 --> 00:20:32,683 If laws are unjust, there are laws to change them!

244 00:20:32,685 --> 00:20:33,850 Otherwise, it's chaos!

245 00:20:33,852 --> 00:20:35,953 Which is exactly what we have!

246 00:20:41,953 --> 00:20:43,951 I just thought it was kinda cool.

247 00:20:43,953 --> 00:20:47,984 - What was? - Fighting crime as a family.

248 00:20:47,986 --> 00:20:51,117 (SIGHS) It was cool.

249 00:20:51,119 --> 00:20:54,151 ELASTIGIRL: But it's over. The world is what it is.

250 00:20:54,153 --> 00:20:56,450 We have to adapt.

251 00:20:56,452 --> 00:20:58,117 Are things bad?

252 00:20:58,119 --> 00:20:59,753 Things are fine.

253 00:21:00,987 --> 00:21:02,054 May I be excused?

254 00:21:04,420 --> 00:21:06,185 (DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYING ON TV)

255 00:21:06,187 --> 00:21:09,185 How much longer in the motel, Dad?

256 00:21:09,187 --> 00:21:12,020 - Uh... - Not much longer, honey.

257 00:21:19,420 --> 00:21:20,518 HELEN: What are we gonna do?

258 00:21:20,520 --> 00:21:22,418 BOB: I don't know.

259 00:21:22,420 --> 00:21:23,919 Maybe Dicker will find something?

260 00:21:23,921 --> 00:21:25,053 Dicker is done, Bob.

261 00:21:25,055 --> 00:21:28,586 Any thought we had about being Supers again is fantasy.

262 00:21:28,588 --> 00:21:30,186 One of us has gotta get a job.

263 00:21:30,188 --> 00:21:31,586 One of us?

264 00:21:31,588 --> 00:21:33,652 You did a long stint at Insuricare.

265 00:21:33,654 --> 00:21:35,485 Hated every minute of it.

266 00:21:35,487 --> 00:21:37,019 I know it was hard on you.

267 00:21:37,021 --> 00:21:38,853 Maybe it's my turn in the private sector

268 00:21:38,855 --> 00:21:40,485 and you take care of the kids...

269 00:21:40,487 --> 00:21:43,986 No, I'm doing this. I need to do this.

270 00:21:43,988 --> 00:21:46,119 You know where my suit and ties are?

271 00:21:46,121 --> 00:21:47,553 Burned up when...

272 00:21:47,555 --> 00:21:49,486 BOTH: The jet destroyed our house.

273 00:21:49,488 --> 00:21:50,854 (CHUCKLES) Yeah.

274 00:21:50,856 --> 00:21:53,587 We can't count on anyone else now, Bob.

275 00:21:53,589 --> 00:21:54,854 It's just us.

276 00:21:54,856 --> 00:21:56,022 - We can't wait for... - (DOOR BANGS)

277 00:22:04,789 --> 00:22:07,054 LUCIUS: No lifeguard on duty!

278 00:22:07,056 --> 00:22:08,653 Swim at your own risk.

279 00:22:08,655 --> 00:22:09,987 Oh, where'd you go today?

280 00:22:09,989 --> 00:22:12,155 I noticed you missed all the fun.

281 00:22:12,157 --> 00:22:14,988 LUCIUS: Don't be mad because I know when to leave a party.

282 00:22:14,990 --> 00:22:16,688 I'm just as illegal as you guys.

283 00:22:16,690 --> 00:22:19,487 Besides, I knew the cops would let you go.

284 00:22:19,489 --> 00:22:21,088 Yeah, in spite of Bob's best efforts.

285 00:22:21,090 --> 00:22:22,721 Yeah, yeah, yeah.

286 00:22:22,723 --> 00:22:25,588 I heard the program shut down.

287 00:22:25,590 --> 00:22:27,487 How much longer are you in this motel?

288 00:22:27,489 --> 00:22:28,754 Two weeks.

289 00:22:28,756 --> 00:22:30,554 Now, you know the offer still stands.

290 00:22:30,556 --> 00:22:32,788 You're very generous, but there are five of us.

291 00:22:32,790 --> 00:22:34,588 We wouldn't do that to you and Honey.

292 00:22:34,590 --> 00:22:35,989 Well, door's always open.

293 00:22:35,991 --> 00:22:38,555 You know, the news isn't all bad.

294 00:22:38,557 --> 00:22:41,089 While you guys were being detained...

295 00:22:41,091 --> 00:22:44,922 I was approached by a dude who represents this tycoon.

296 00:22:44,924 --> 00:22:46,989 - BOB: Winston Deavor. - LUCIUS: Wants to talk...

297 00:22:46,991 --> 00:22:50,722 with me, with you two, about hero stuff.

298 00:22:50,724 --> 00:22:51,956 LUCIUS: I checked him out.

299 00:22:51,958 --> 00:22:52,889 He's legit.

300 00:22:52,891 --> 00:22:54,755 Trained under Dicker. He wants to meet.

301 00:22:54,757 --> 00:22:56,889 Ah, jeez! More superhero trouble.

302 00:22:56,891 --> 00:22:58,923 We just came from the police station, Lucius.

303 00:22:58,925 --> 00:23:02,790 - When? - Tonight. I'm going there now.

304 00:23:02,792 --> 00:23:04,656 You enjoy, I'm sitting this one out.

305 00:23:04,658 --> 00:23:06,090 He wants all three of us.

306 00:23:06,092 --> 00:23:09,857 Honey, let's just at least hear what he has to say.

307 00:23:09,859 --> 00:23:12,623 You got the address, I'll meet you guys there.

308 00:23:12,625 --> 00:23:14,890 Go in our Supersuits?

309 00:23:14,892 --> 00:23:16,523 Yeah.

310 00:23:16,525 --> 00:23:18,790 Might wanna wear the old Supersuits.

311 00:23:18,792 --> 00:23:21,859 Got a feeling he's nostalgic.

312 00:23:25,426 --> 00:23:27,124 Where are you going?

313 00:23:27,126 --> 00:23:29,791 The fresh air is especially good tonight.

314 00:23:29,793 --> 00:23:31,058 If Jack-Jack wakes up...

315 00:23:31,060 --> 00:23:32,793 I know the drill.

316 00:23:35,160 --> 00:23:36,659 (DOOR CLOSES)

317 00:23:42,559 --> 00:23:45,991 Your security badges. Please, this way.

318 00:23:45,993 --> 00:23:47,658 Hey, listen, you're my biggest fan.

319 00:23:47,660 --> 00:23:48,758 - Good to see you. - (STAMMERING)

320 00:23:48,760 --> 00:23:51,727 I'm your biggest fan. Shoot!

321 00:24:05,727 --> 00:24:06,861 (ELEVATOR BELL DINGS)

322 00:24:14,795 --> 00:24:18,426 WINSTON: I love superheroes!

323 00:24:18,428 --> 00:24:20,593 The powers, the costumes...

324 00:24:20,595 --> 00:24:22,426 the mythic struggles.

325 00:24:22,428 --> 00:24:24,526 Winston Deavor. You can call me Win.

326 00:24:24,528 --> 00:24:25,793 Genuine pleasure to meet you.

327 00:24:25,795 --> 00:24:27,593 - Frozone! - It's good to see you.

328 00:24:27,595 --> 00:24:28,926 - Elastigirl. - Nice to meet you.

329 00:24:28,928 --> 00:24:31,093 - Mr. Incredible! - Hello.

330 00:24:31,095 --> 00:24:33,860 ♪ Mr. Incredible, Incredible

331 00:24:33,862 --> 00:24:35,694 BOTH: ♪ Incredible

332 00:24:35,696 --> 00:24:38,493 ♪ Catching the bad guys Pow, pow, pow ♪

333 00:24:38,495 --> 00:24:39,861 (BOTH LAUGH)

334 00:24:39,863 --> 00:24:41,927 ♪ Who's the cat Who's always chill

335 00:24:41,929 --> 00:24:45,594 ♪ When survival odds Are close to nil

336 00:24:45,596 --> 00:24:49,161 ♪ Frozone Frozone

337 00:24:49,163 --> 00:24:51,061 BOTH: ♪ Frozone

338 00:24:51,063 --> 00:24:52,760 - Yeah! - (ALL LAUGH)

339 00:24:52,762 --> 00:24:54,961 Can't tell you what a thrill this is. And this...

340 00:24:54,963 --> 00:24:59,095 Oh, hello there, superheroes. I'm so sorry I'm late.

341 00:24:59,097 --> 00:25:00,995 ...is my tardy sister, Evelyn.

342 00:25:00,997 --> 00:25:04,928 And I'm scolding myself so you don't have to, Winston!

343 00:25:04,930 --> 00:25:06,461 Spectacular.

344 00:25:06,463 --> 00:25:08,528 My father was so proud

345 00:25:08,530 --> 00:25:11,661 that I was even remotely connected to you guys.

346 00:25:11,663 --> 00:25:13,862 He used to call you the last line of defense.

347 00:25:13,864 --> 00:25:15,828 He was your top supporter.

348 00:25:15,830 --> 00:25:18,461 He donated to superhero causes.

349 00:25:18,463 --> 00:25:19,728 He raised money

350 00:25:19,730 --> 00:25:21,628 for the Dynaguy statue in Avery Park.

351 00:25:21,630 --> 00:25:23,629 He got to know many Supers personally.

352 00:25:23,631 --> 00:25:25,129 Even installed a phone

353 00:25:25,131 --> 00:25:28,495 with direct lines to Gazerbeam and Fironic...

354 00:25:28,497 --> 00:25:29,896 in case of emergencies.

355 00:25:29,898 --> 00:25:32,629 He loved that, showed it off to everyone.

356 00:25:32,631 --> 00:25:33,863 He was heartbroken

357 00:25:33,865 --> 00:25:35,596 when you were all forced to go underground.

358 00:25:35,598 --> 00:25:36,996 Father believed the world

359 00:25:36,998 --> 00:25:38,998 would become more dangerous without you.

360 00:25:40,464 --> 00:25:42,598 He didn't know how right he was.

361 00:25:43,464 --> 00:25:44,929 There was a break-in.

362 00:25:44,931 --> 00:25:46,730 (BOTH GASP)

363 00:25:46,732 --> 00:25:49,097 WINSTON: My father called Gazerbeam.

364 00:25:49,099 --> 00:25:50,730 The direct line.

365 00:25:50,732 --> 00:25:52,463 (LINE BEEPS) No answer.

366 00:25:52,465 --> 00:25:55,130 He called Fironic, no answer.

367 00:25:55,132 --> 00:25:58,430 Superheroes had just been made illegal...

368 00:25:58,432 --> 00:26:00,630 The robbers discovered him on the phone...

369 00:26:00,632 --> 00:26:01,999 - and shot him. - (GUNSHOT)

370 00:26:03,799 --> 00:26:05,897 So...

371 00:26:05,899 --> 00:26:07,164 ELASTIGIRL: It must've been hard.

372 00:26:07,166 --> 00:26:08,763 EVELYN: Especially for Mother.

373 00:26:08,765 --> 00:26:11,931 She died a few months later. Heartbreak.

374 00:26:11,933 --> 00:26:14,798 If superheroes had not been forced underground...

375 00:26:14,800 --> 00:26:16,065 it never would've happened.

376 00:26:16,067 --> 00:26:18,664 Or Dad could've taken Mom to the safe room

377 00:26:18,666 --> 00:26:19,998 as soon as he knew there was trouble.

378 00:26:20,000 --> 00:26:21,531 I disagree strongly!

379 00:26:21,533 --> 00:26:23,666 But we're not going into it right now.

380 00:26:24,566 --> 00:26:25,664 The point is...

381 00:26:25,666 --> 00:26:27,564 nobody expected us

382 00:26:27,566 --> 00:26:29,998 to be able to actually run Dad's company.

383 00:26:30,000 --> 00:26:33,731 But with Evelyn as designer, and myself as operator...

384 00:26:33,733 --> 00:26:36,199 uh, we threw ourselves into building DEVTECH

385 00:26:36,201 --> 00:26:37,832 into what it is today.

386 00:26:37,834 --> 00:26:40,599 FROZONE: A world-class telecommunications company.

387 00:26:40,601 --> 00:26:41,999 Bigger than ever.

388 00:26:42,001 --> 00:26:45,099 Perfectly positioned to make some wrong things right.

389 00:26:45,101 --> 00:26:46,866 Hence, this meeting.

390 00:26:46,868 --> 00:26:48,599 Let me ask you something.

391 00:26:48,601 --> 00:26:50,432 What is the main reason

392 00:26:50,434 --> 00:26:51,999 you were all forced underground?

393 00:26:52,001 --> 00:26:54,066 - Ignorance. - Perception.

394 00:26:54,068 --> 00:26:56,599 Take today for example, with the Underminer.

395 00:26:56,601 --> 00:26:58,032 Difficult situation.

396 00:26:58,034 --> 00:27:00,433 You were faced with a lot of hard decisions.

397 00:27:00,435 --> 00:27:01,600 Oh, tell me about it.

398 00:27:01,602 --> 00:27:02,833 WINSTON: I can't.

399 00:27:02,835 --> 00:27:05,499 Because I didn't see it...

400 00:27:05,501 --> 00:27:07,100 neither did anyone else.

401 00:27:07,102 --> 00:27:09,499 So, when you fight bad guys like today...

402 00:27:09,501 --> 00:27:12,133 people don't see the fight or what led up to it.

403 00:27:12,135 --> 00:27:14,733 They see what politicians tell them to see.

404 00:27:14,735 --> 00:27:17,633 They see destruction and they see you.

405 00:27:17,635 --> 00:27:19,033 So, if we wanna change

406 00:27:19,035 --> 00:27:21,833 people's perceptions about superheroes...

407 00:27:21,835 --> 00:27:22,801 we need you

408 00:27:22,803 --> 00:27:25,168 to share your perceptions with the world.

409 00:27:25,170 --> 00:27:27,467 - How do we do that? - EVELYN: With cameras.

410 00:27:27,469 --> 00:27:31,601 We need you to share your perceptions with the world.

411 00:27:31,603 --> 00:27:32,834 ELASTIGIRL: How do we do that?

412 00:27:32,836 --> 00:27:35,034 EVELYN: We embed tiny cameras, like those,

413 00:27:35,036 --> 00:27:36,467 into your Supersuits.

414 00:27:36,469 --> 00:27:37,667 Wow, so small.

415 00:27:37,669 --> 00:27:39,168 And the picture is outstanding.

416 00:27:39,170 --> 00:27:40,934 Thanks! Designed 'em myself.

417 00:27:40,936 --> 00:27:42,534 WINSTON: We've got resources, lobbyists,

418 00:27:42,536 --> 00:27:43,868 worldwide connections...

419 00:27:43,870 --> 00:27:46,435 and very important, insurance.

420 00:27:46,437 --> 00:27:47,735 Insurance is key.

421 00:27:47,737 --> 00:27:50,135 All we need now are the super-est superheroes.

422 00:27:50,137 --> 00:27:52,602 It needs you three. Come on!

423 00:27:52,604 --> 00:27:55,969 Help me make all Supers legal again.

424 00:27:55,971 --> 00:27:57,069 This sounds great!

425 00:27:57,071 --> 00:27:59,535 Let's get this going. What's my first assignment?

426 00:27:59,537 --> 00:28:01,602 That enthusiasm is golden. (CHUCKLING)

427 00:28:01,604 --> 00:28:03,869 Now hold on to it. But for our first move...

428 00:28:03,871 --> 00:28:07,635 Well, Elastigirl is our best play.

429 00:28:07,637 --> 00:28:10,471 - Better than me? - (CLEARS THROAT)

430 00:28:11,005 --> 00:28:12,669 I mean, she's good.

431 00:28:12,671 --> 00:28:14,769 (STAMMERING) Really, a credit to her...

432 00:28:14,771 --> 00:28:17,636 You know. (CHUCKLES NERVOUSLY) You know.

433 00:28:17,638 --> 00:28:18,936 With great respect...

434 00:28:18,938 --> 00:28:19,936 let's not test the whole

435 00:28:19,938 --> 00:28:21,836 "insurance-will-pay- for-everything" idea...

436 00:28:21,838 --> 00:28:24,036 - on the first go 'round, okay? - (FROZONE CHUCKLES)

437 00:28:24,038 --> 00:28:27,736 Wait a minute. You're saying what? I'm messy?

438 00:28:27,738 --> 00:28:29,769 Well, Evelyn did a cost-benefit analysis...

439 00:28:29,771 --> 00:28:32,136 comparing all your last five years of crime fighting

440 00:28:32,138 --> 00:28:33,836 before going underground.

441 00:28:33,838 --> 00:28:35,837 And Elastigirl's numbers are self-explanatory.

442 00:28:35,839 --> 00:28:37,871 Well, it's not a fair comparison!

443 00:28:37,873 --> 00:28:40,704 Heavyweight problems need heavyweight solutions.

444 00:28:40,706 --> 00:28:42,470 Of course! We're gonna solve

445 00:28:42,472 --> 00:28:44,537 all kinds of problems together.

446 00:28:44,539 --> 00:28:48,939 After the perfect launch with Elastigirl!

447 00:28:49,672 --> 00:28:52,104 So, what do you say?

448 00:28:52,106 --> 00:28:54,672 What do I say? (CHUCKLES)

449 00:28:55,472 --> 00:28:57,670 I don't know.

450 00:28:57,672 --> 00:28:59,438 What do you mean, you don't know?

451 00:28:59,440 --> 00:29:01,771 A few hours ago, you were saying it was over...

452 00:29:01,773 --> 00:29:03,972 and being a superhero was a fantasy.

453 00:29:03,974 --> 00:29:06,072 Now, you get the offer of a lifetime

454 00:29:06,074 --> 00:29:07,738 and you don't know?

455 00:29:07,740 --> 00:29:10,905 It's not that simple, Bob. I wanna protect the kids!

456 00:29:10,907 --> 00:29:12,471 So do I.

457 00:29:12,473 --> 00:29:14,005 From jail, Bob!

458 00:29:14,007 --> 00:29:15,571 - (SPITS) - BOB: And how do you do that?

459 00:29:15,573 --> 00:29:17,738 By turning down a chance to change the law

460 00:29:17,740 --> 00:29:19,138 that forces them to hide what they are?

461 00:29:19,140 --> 00:29:21,771 They haven't decided what they are. They're still kids.

462 00:29:21,773 --> 00:29:24,106 Kids with powers, which makes them Supers...

463 00:29:24,108 --> 00:29:26,739 whether they decide to use those powers or not.

464 00:29:26,741 --> 00:29:28,106 This will benefit them.

465 00:29:28,108 --> 00:29:29,906 It's not a good time to be away.

466 00:29:29,908 --> 00:29:31,672 Dash is having trouble with homework...

467 00:29:31,674 --> 00:29:33,572 Vi is worried about her first date

468 00:29:33,574 --> 00:29:35,006 with that boy she likes, Tony...

469 00:29:35,008 --> 00:29:35,806 and Jack-Jack...

470 00:29:35,808 --> 00:29:38,772 Jack-Jack? What's wrong with him?

471 00:29:38,774 --> 00:29:40,073 Okay, nothing's wrong with Jack-Jack.

472 00:29:40,075 --> 00:29:42,839 But even a normal baby needs a lot of attention.

473 00:29:42,841 --> 00:29:44,672 I'm just not sure I can leave.

474 00:29:44,674 --> 00:29:46,106 Of course you can leave.

475 00:29:46,108 --> 00:29:48,207 You've got to. So that I...

476 00:29:48,209 --> 00:29:50,140 we can be Supers again,

477 00:29:50,142 --> 00:29:51,940 so our kids can have that choice.

478 00:29:51,942 --> 00:29:54,007 (SCOFFS) So you can have that choice.

479 00:29:54,009 --> 00:29:55,207 All right, yes!

480 00:29:55,209 --> 00:29:57,773 So I can have that choice.

481 00:29:57,775 --> 00:30:00,107 And I would do a great job!

482 00:30:00,109 --> 00:30:04,874 Regardless of what Deavor's pie charts say or whatever...

483 00:30:04,876 --> 00:30:06,840 But they want you.

484 00:30:06,842 --> 00:30:09,709 (STRAINED) And you'll do a great...

485 00:30:10,476 --> 00:30:11,810 job...

486 00:30:12,177 --> 00:30:14,975 too.

487 00:30:14,977 --> 00:30:18,008 (INHALES SHARPLY) Well, that was excruciating to watch.

488 00:30:18,010 --> 00:30:20,041 - (CHUCKLES) - I can't lie to you.

489 00:30:20,043 --> 00:30:23,507 It's nice to be wanted. Flattering, you know, but...

490 00:30:23,509 --> 00:30:24,574 But what's the choice?

491 00:30:24,576 --> 00:30:25,875 One, do this right,

492 00:30:25,877 --> 00:30:27,474 get well paid, we're out of the motel...

493 00:30:27,476 --> 00:30:29,075 and things get better for all Supers,

494 00:30:29,077 --> 00:30:30,474 including our kids.

495 00:30:30,476 --> 00:30:31,941 Or two...

496 00:30:31,943 --> 00:30:35,475 I find a job in two weeks or we're homeless.

497 00:30:35,477 --> 00:30:36,942 You know it's crazy, right?

498 00:30:36,944 --> 00:30:39,475 To help my family, I gotta leave it.

499 00:30:39,477 --> 00:30:40,575 To fix the law, I gotta break it.

500 00:30:40,577 --> 00:30:41,675 You'll be great.

501 00:30:41,677 --> 00:30:42,842 I know I will.

502 00:30:42,844 --> 00:30:43,909 But what about you? We have kids.

503 00:30:43,911 --> 00:30:45,709 I'll watch the kids, no problem.

504 00:30:45,711 --> 00:30:47,475 - Easy. - Easy, huh?

505 00:30:47,477 --> 00:30:48,942 You're adorable.

506 00:30:48,944 --> 00:30:50,475 Well, if there is a problem,

507 00:30:50,477 --> 00:30:51,609 I'll drop this thing and come right back.

508 00:30:51,611 --> 00:30:52,842 You won't need to.

509 00:30:52,844 --> 00:30:55,011 I got it, you go do this thing.

510 00:30:55,811 --> 00:30:57,742 Do it so...

511 00:30:57,744 --> 00:31:00,443 I can do it better. (GRUNTS)

512 00:31:00,445 --> 00:31:02,610 - (PHONE RINGS) - Deavor here.

513 00:31:02,612 --> 00:31:04,043 This is Elastigirl.

514 00:31:04,045 --> 00:31:05,079 I'm in.

515 00:31:08,545 --> 00:31:11,177 Mr. Deavor, it's wonderful...

516 00:31:11,179 --> 00:31:12,776 but it's too generous.

517 00:31:12,778 --> 00:31:14,210 Nonsense! That's the least we can do.

518 00:31:14,212 --> 00:31:15,743 We're partners now!

519 00:31:15,745 --> 00:31:17,710 Can't have my partners living in a motel.

520 00:31:17,712 --> 00:31:20,077 (STAMMERS) But whose house? Is it a house?

521 00:31:20,079 --> 00:31:21,977 WINSTON: It's my house. I have several.

522 00:31:21,979 --> 00:31:24,544 I'm not using that one. Stay as long as you need.

523 00:31:24,546 --> 00:31:26,111 I don't know what to say.

524 00:31:26,113 --> 00:31:28,479 How about "thanks"?

525 00:31:29,146 --> 00:31:31,044 This is our new house?

526 00:31:31,046 --> 00:31:34,544 (CHUCKLES) Okay, easy, tiger. It's being loaned to us.

527 00:31:34,546 --> 00:31:36,611 (GROANS) This is homey.

528 00:31:36,613 --> 00:31:37,944 BOB: Look at this place.

529 00:31:37,946 --> 00:31:40,644 Deavor bought it from an eccentric billionaire...

530 00:31:40,646 --> 00:31:42,144 who liked to come and go without being seen...

531 00:31:42,146 --> 00:31:44,811 so the house has multiple hidden exits.

532 00:31:44,813 --> 00:31:46,478 Good thing we won't stand out.

533 00:31:46,480 --> 00:31:49,612 Wouldn't want to attract any unnecessary attention.

534 00:31:49,614 --> 00:31:51,645 DASH: It's got a big yard!

535 00:31:51,647 --> 00:31:53,879 Isn't this a bit much?

536 00:31:53,881 --> 00:31:55,678 Near a forest!

537 00:31:55,680 --> 00:31:57,545 Would you rather be at the motel?

538 00:31:57,547 --> 00:31:58,879 DASH: And a pool!

539 00:31:58,881 --> 00:31:59,845 (SPLASH)

540 00:31:59,847 --> 00:32:02,012 What exactly is Mom's new job?

541 00:32:02,014 --> 00:32:04,645 The important thing is we're out of the motel.

542 00:32:04,647 --> 00:32:07,014 I like Mom's new job!

543 00:32:08,081 --> 00:32:10,014 (GASPS) Oh, ho, ho!

544 00:32:13,015 --> 00:32:15,946 - BOB: Whoa. - (BOTH CHUCKLE)

545 00:32:15,948 --> 00:32:17,048 Whoa.

546 00:32:18,982 --> 00:32:21,446 Well, check out the water features.

547 00:32:21,448 --> 00:32:23,613 (HELEN CHUCKLES)

548 00:32:23,615 --> 00:32:24,948 - (CHUCKLES) Oh! - Wow.

549 00:32:27,015 --> 00:32:29,046 Wicked cool!

550 00:32:29,048 --> 00:32:30,481 (BOB CHUCKLES)

551 00:32:34,616 --> 00:32:36,081 - Hey! Dash! Stop it! - (GROANS)

552 00:32:36,083 --> 00:32:37,881 - ELASTIGIRL: Not the couch! Stop it! - No! Dash!

553 00:32:37,883 --> 00:32:39,480 - (GRUNTING) - BOB: Stop!

554 00:32:39,482 --> 00:32:40,647 - Don't touch the buttons! - DASH: The couch!

555 00:32:40,649 --> 00:32:41,814 - HELEN: Dash! - BOB: No!

556 00:32:41,816 --> 00:32:43,747 - (WHIMPERS) - BOB: No, no!

557 00:32:43,749 --> 00:32:45,647 HELEN: Oh, no. Oh, boy.

558 00:32:45,649 --> 00:32:47,782 - ELASTIGIRL: This isn't me. (STAMMERING) - (JACK-JACK COOING)

559 00:32:49,916 --> 00:32:53,480 I'm not all dark and angsty.

560 00:32:53,482 --> 00:32:54,614 I'm Elastigirl.

561 00:32:54,616 --> 00:32:56,614 I'm, you know, flexible.

562 00:32:56,616 --> 00:32:57,847 E designed this?

563 00:32:57,849 --> 00:33:00,815 No, some guy named Alexander Galbaki.

564 00:33:00,817 --> 00:33:02,948 (CHUCKLING) Glad it's you and not me,

565 00:33:02,950 --> 00:33:05,681 'cause you're gonna hear from her.

566 00:33:05,683 --> 00:33:07,082 This note came with it.

567 00:33:07,084 --> 00:33:08,084 What?

568 00:33:10,516 --> 00:33:11,817 (DOOR BEEPS)

569 00:33:12,450 --> 00:33:13,783 (GASPS)

570 00:33:15,017 --> 00:33:17,015 A new Elasticycle.

571 00:33:17,017 --> 00:33:19,948 Elasticycle? I didn't know you had a bike.

572 00:33:19,950 --> 00:33:20,848 Hey, I had a mohawk.

573 00:33:20,850 --> 00:33:22,682 There's a lot about me you don't know.

574 00:33:22,684 --> 00:33:24,716 Yeah, but... A mohawk?

575 00:33:24,718 --> 00:33:27,049 Ah, you didn't miss anything.

576 00:33:27,051 --> 00:33:29,482 (POWERING UP)

577 00:33:29,484 --> 00:33:31,849 Oh, yeah! This one's electric.

578 00:33:31,851 --> 00:33:34,951 - What's that mean? - Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.

579 00:33:36,751 --> 00:33:37,682 (GROANS)

580 00:33:37,684 --> 00:33:40,649 Means it's torque-y. I'll get the hang of it.

581 00:33:40,651 --> 00:33:41,916 You will be great.

582 00:33:41,918 --> 00:33:43,749 I will be great. And you will, too.

583 00:33:43,751 --> 00:33:45,549 We will both be great.

584 00:33:45,551 --> 00:33:46,785 Bye, sweetie.

585 00:33:57,619 --> 00:33:58,783 (ELASTIGIRL WHOOPS)

586 00:33:58,785 --> 00:34:00,685 (LAUGHING IN DELIGHT)

587 00:34:01,452 --> 00:34:02,886 (WHOOPING)

588 00:34:09,585 --> 00:34:10,951 Wait a minute!

589 00:34:10,953 --> 00:34:12,484 - Is that Elastigirl? - I think that's Elastigirl.

590 00:34:12,486 --> 00:34:14,653 - Hey! Elastigirl! - (ALL CHEERING)

591 00:34:20,653 --> 00:34:22,786 MAN: Marry me, Elastigirl!

592 00:34:24,887 --> 00:34:26,218 WINSTON: ♪ Here comes Elastigirl

593 00:34:26,220 --> 00:34:27,618 ♪ Stretching her

594 00:34:27,620 --> 00:34:28,885 (LAUGHS) No theme songs

595 00:34:28,887 --> 00:34:31,020 or I'll turn this bus right around!

596 00:34:34,454 --> 00:34:36,019 Look at that.

597 00:34:36,021 --> 00:34:37,019 New Urbem.

598 00:34:37,021 --> 00:34:39,152 You wanna make a big crime fighting statement...

599 00:34:39,154 --> 00:34:40,886 you go where the crime is big.

600 00:34:40,888 --> 00:34:43,485 Strange thing to be excited about, Winston.

601 00:34:43,487 --> 00:34:45,754 It's like a superhero's playground!

602 00:34:47,888 --> 00:34:49,552 (DASH GASPS)

603 00:34:49,554 --> 00:34:52,019 BOB: No Sugar Bombs on my watch.

604 00:34:52,021 --> 00:34:53,787 - (DASH GROANS) - (JACK-JACK GIGGLES)

605 00:34:55,021 --> 00:34:56,119 Where's Mom?

606 00:34:56,121 --> 00:34:57,452 She's up and out.

607 00:34:57,454 --> 00:34:58,887 She's at her new job doing hero work.

608 00:34:58,889 --> 00:35:01,686 But I thought superheroes were still illegal.

609 00:35:01,688 --> 00:35:03,120 They are, for now.

610 00:35:03,122 --> 00:35:06,486 So Mom is getting paid to break the law?

611 00:35:06,488 --> 00:35:07,720 She's not breaking...

612 00:35:07,722 --> 00:35:10,087 She's an advocate for superheroes.

613 00:35:10,089 --> 00:35:11,220 It's a new job.

614 00:35:11,222 --> 00:35:14,020 So, Mom is going out illegally...

615 00:35:14,022 --> 00:35:17,486 to explain why she shouldn't be illegal.

616 00:35:17,488 --> 00:35:19,187 Hey... Hey!

617 00:35:19,189 --> 00:35:20,887 - The bus is here! - (BUS HORN HONKING)

618 00:35:20,889 --> 00:35:25,554 Whoa! Grab your stuff quickly! Go on, get on the...

619 00:35:25,556 --> 00:35:27,789 Put your homework in your pack!

620 00:35:28,789 --> 00:35:29,890 Bye-bye!

621 00:35:31,589 --> 00:35:33,054 (EXHALES)

622 00:35:33,056 --> 00:35:34,756 (JACK-JACK GIGGLING)

623 00:35:35,756 --> 00:35:38,154 We're gonna get along just fine...

624 00:35:38,156 --> 00:35:41,754 - 'cause you don't ask any hard questions. - (STOMACH GROWLING)

625 00:35:41,756 --> 00:35:42,854 (THUDS)

626 00:35:42,856 --> 00:35:44,487 - (GIGGLES) - (SIGHS)

627 00:35:44,489 --> 00:35:45,854 OFFICER 1: All right. All locations,

628 00:35:45,856 --> 00:35:47,122 we need to know where you want us.

629 00:35:47,124 --> 00:35:48,488 OFFICER 2: Stand by.

630 00:35:48,490 --> 00:35:51,189 Seems strange to wait for crime.

631 00:35:51,191 --> 00:35:53,022 WINSTON: Relax. You're smack in the middle...

632 00:35:53,024 --> 00:35:56,655 of the worst crime area in the city. It's perfect.

633 00:35:56,657 --> 00:35:58,055 It's a superhero's playground.

634 00:35:58,057 --> 00:35:59,755 "It's a superhero's playground." Right.

635 00:35:59,757 --> 00:36:01,455 You know, after we went underground...

636 00:36:01,457 --> 00:36:03,488 my husband used to listen to a police scanner...

637 00:36:03,490 --> 00:36:05,089 waiting for something to happen.

638 00:36:05,091 --> 00:36:07,022 And I got mad at him for it.

639 00:36:07,024 --> 00:36:08,722 (BOTH LAUGHING)

640 00:36:08,724 --> 00:36:10,156 Oh, I'm such a hypocrite.

641 00:36:10,158 --> 00:36:11,823 - DISPATCHER: All units. - Something's up.

642 00:36:11,825 --> 00:36:13,357 We've been picking up some chatter about

643 00:36:13,359 --> 00:36:16,556 potential disruptions to the hovertrain's opening ceremony.

644 00:36:16,558 --> 00:36:18,856 - OFFICER: Disruption or threat? - DISPATCHER: Both.

645 00:36:18,858 --> 00:36:20,489 Station's at Fifty-Fourth and Nottingham.

646 00:36:20,491 --> 00:36:22,589 (GASPS) A potential threat! Perfect!

647 00:36:22,591 --> 00:36:24,925 Fifty-fourth and Nottingham. Go, go, go!

648 00:36:26,625 --> 00:36:30,023 Hey, Vi! I want you back here by 10:30.

649 00:36:30,025 --> 00:36:31,090 11-ish?

650 00:36:31,092 --> 00:36:33,489 10-ish, heading for 9:30-ish.

651 00:36:33,491 --> 00:36:35,557 10:30-ish it is. (SIGHS)

652 00:36:35,559 --> 00:36:37,091 Enjoy the movie.

653 00:36:37,093 --> 00:36:39,191 "In the county of Noddoff...

654 00:36:39,193 --> 00:36:41,124 "the Frubbers of Freep...

655 00:36:41,126 --> 00:36:46,492 "are all giving in to the sweet succor of sleep."

656 00:36:54,093 --> 00:36:55,991 (SIGHS)

657 00:36:55,993 --> 00:36:58,491 VIC PERRIN: (ON TV) We will control the horizontal...

658 00:36:58,493 --> 00:37:00,660 we will control the vertical.

659 00:37:06,460 --> 00:37:09,758 That's not the way you're supposed to do it, Dad.

660 00:37:09,760 --> 00:37:11,625 They want us to do it this way.

661 00:37:11,627 --> 00:37:14,625 I don't know that way! Why would they change math?

662 00:37:14,627 --> 00:37:16,858 - It's okay, Dad. - Math is math!

663 00:37:16,860 --> 00:37:18,958 I'll just wait for Mom to get back.

664 00:37:18,960 --> 00:37:19,958 What?

665 00:37:19,960 --> 00:37:22,826 She won't understand it any better than I do...

666 00:37:22,828 --> 00:37:24,494 VIC PERRIN: (ON TV) The Outer Limits.

667 00:37:26,028 --> 00:37:27,459 (JACK-JACK GIGGLES)

668 00:37:27,461 --> 00:37:28,859 "All over Doozle-Dorf,

669 00:37:28,861 --> 00:37:31,492 "the Fribbers of Frupp are going to sleep...

670 00:37:31,494 --> 00:37:33,659 "'cause they just can't keep up.

671 00:37:33,661 --> 00:37:37,492 "All over Doozle-Dorf, Doozles are dozing.

672 00:37:37,494 --> 00:37:41,893 "Eyelids so heavy, they're drooping.

673 00:37:41,895 --> 00:37:43,059 (BOB SNORES)

674 00:37:43,061 --> 00:37:44,893 "Closing! The point is:

675 00:37:44,895 --> 00:37:47,627 "Everyone, everyone's hitting the sack!

676 00:37:47,629 --> 00:37:50,860 "Everyone's getting the sleep that they lack."

677 00:37:50,862 --> 00:37:54,060 Mayors often brag about their cities...

678 00:37:54,062 --> 00:37:55,860 (CHUCKLES) and I'm no exception.

679 00:37:55,862 --> 00:37:57,127 And I'm willing to admit

680 00:37:57,129 --> 00:37:59,493 that New Urbem is not the only city...

681 00:37:59,495 --> 00:38:01,760 Are you sure the police are gonna be okay with this?

682 00:38:01,762 --> 00:38:03,760 EVELYN: Sure. You're making life easy for them.

683 00:38:03,762 --> 00:38:05,160 They still haven't forgiven us

684 00:38:05,162 --> 00:38:06,994 for the last time we made life easy for them.

685 00:38:06,996 --> 00:38:09,027 I know the Chief of Police. There won't be a problem.

686 00:38:09,029 --> 00:38:09,928 With all due respect...

687 00:38:09,930 --> 00:38:12,561 if you alone had handled the Underminer...

688 00:38:12,563 --> 00:38:14,561 things would have been different.

689 00:38:14,563 --> 00:38:15,928 I'm just saying.

690 00:38:15,930 --> 00:38:18,028 MAYOR: ...on budget and ahead of schedule...

691 00:38:18,030 --> 00:38:21,661 to launch our magnificent new hovertrain.

692 00:38:21,663 --> 00:38:24,161 It can get you where you need to go

693 00:38:24,163 --> 00:38:26,128 at ridiculous speeds.

694 00:38:26,130 --> 00:38:29,761 The future is open for business!

695 00:38:29,763 --> 00:38:31,097 - (MARCHING BAND PLAYING) - (PEOPLE CHEERING)

696 00:38:39,098 --> 00:38:40,497 (GRUNTS)

697 00:38:43,764 --> 00:38:45,697 (INDISTINCT CHATTER)

698 00:38:49,697 --> 00:38:51,162 Wait. The train has stopped.

699 00:38:51,164 --> 00:38:52,497 (PEOPLE GASP)

700 00:38:54,697 --> 00:38:55,931 It's going the wrong direction.

701 00:38:57,497 --> 00:38:59,030 It's going the wrong way.

702 00:38:59,032 --> 00:39:00,032 I'm going after it.

703 00:39:04,899 --> 00:39:07,529 - (PEOPLE CLAMORING) - This thing's really moving.

704 00:39:07,531 --> 00:39:09,865 100 and climbing. How much track is built?

705 00:39:11,132 --> 00:39:12,632 EVELYN: About 25 miles.

706 00:39:19,865 --> 00:39:22,164 (GRUNTS) No one can shut this thing down?

707 00:39:22,166 --> 00:39:23,532 EVELYN: They've tried. No-go.

708 00:39:25,532 --> 00:39:26,900 Is that Elastigirl?

709 00:39:29,599 --> 00:39:31,532 - (SIRENS WAILING) - (BOTH GASP)

710 00:39:32,566 --> 00:39:33,866 (BRAKES SCREECHING)

711 00:39:34,532 --> 00:39:35,731 Overrides?

712 00:39:35,733 --> 00:39:36,833 They're locked out of the system.

713 00:39:41,833 --> 00:39:43,797 (ELASTIGIRL GRUNTING)

714 00:39:43,799 --> 00:39:46,165 - What about a fail-safe? - EVELYN: Not enough time.

715 00:39:46,167 --> 00:39:49,065 (PEOPLE SCREAMING)

716 00:39:49,067 --> 00:39:51,032 Someone's calling! Switching over.

717 00:39:51,034 --> 00:39:52,932 DASH: Hey, Mom. I can't find my high-tops

718 00:39:52,934 --> 00:39:54,598 and Dad can't find them either.

719 00:39:54,600 --> 00:39:56,798 But he won't call you and ask, so I am.

720 00:39:56,800 --> 00:39:58,465 BOB: Do not call your mother!

721 00:39:58,467 --> 00:39:59,865 Dash, honey. Can't talk right now.

722 00:39:59,867 --> 00:40:01,765 Look under your bed, okay. How much time?

723 00:40:01,767 --> 00:40:03,732 EVELYN: Less than two minutes!

724 00:40:03,734 --> 00:40:05,767 There's a shortcut. Cut through the culvert up ahead.

725 00:40:13,868 --> 00:40:16,102 I don't know if I can stay with it.

726 00:40:18,002 --> 00:40:19,501 (YELLS)

727 00:40:22,902 --> 00:40:24,102 (GRUNTS)

728 00:40:27,002 --> 00:40:28,601 (ENGINE REVVING)

729 00:40:35,036 --> 00:40:36,636 (GRUNTING)

730 00:40:45,903 --> 00:40:46,969 (ALL GASP)

731 00:40:51,169 --> 00:40:52,636 (GASPING)

732 00:41:10,470 --> 00:41:11,703 (GRUNTS)

733 00:41:14,137 --> 00:41:16,037 (GASPS AND GRUNTS)

734 00:41:24,138 --> 00:41:25,704 (GRUNTING)

735 00:41:51,839 --> 00:41:53,505 (STRAINING)

736 00:42:08,172 --> 00:42:10,638 (PANTING)

737 00:42:10,640 --> 00:42:11,840 (CHUCKLES)

738 00:42:12,606 --> 00:42:13,907 (ALL GRUNT)

739 00:42:20,007 --> 00:42:21,940 (PEOPLE SCREAMING)

740 00:42:24,506 --> 00:42:26,171 - (INDISTINCT CHATTERING) - MAN: What the heck was that?

741 00:42:26,173 --> 00:42:28,471 Is everybody all right? Is anybody injured?

742 00:42:28,473 --> 00:42:29,740 Are you all right?

743 00:42:33,007 --> 00:42:34,774 Your story better be good.

744 00:42:36,507 --> 00:42:38,605 - Hey. Hey! - (GRUNTS)

745 00:42:38,607 --> 00:42:40,106 What happened?

746 00:42:40,108 --> 00:42:41,707 (BEEPING)

747 00:43:05,942 --> 00:43:07,608 (SIGHS)

748 00:43:08,508 --> 00:43:09,875 (GASPS)

749 00:43:13,541 --> 00:43:14,773 Honey, why are you...

750 00:43:14,775 --> 00:43:17,608 Don't say anything.

751 00:43:21,676 --> 00:43:24,041 It's Dad. Are you okay?

752 00:43:24,043 --> 00:43:27,241 VIOLET: I'm fine. I don't wanna talk about it.

753 00:43:27,243 --> 00:43:28,908 Tony didn't even call?

754 00:43:28,910 --> 00:43:30,941 VIOLET: I don't wanna talk about it.

755 00:43:30,943 --> 00:43:32,674 - Oh, honey... - VIOLET: Dad!

756 00:43:32,676 --> 00:43:36,540 If you want me to feel better, then leave me alone.

757 00:43:36,542 --> 00:43:37,641 Please?

758 00:43:37,643 --> 00:43:38,841 ROMAN: (ON TV) See, there's nothing

759 00:43:38,843 --> 00:43:40,174 a cop hates worse than a missing child.

760 00:43:40,176 --> 00:43:42,774 My kid brother's son. Today is his first birthday.

761 00:43:42,776 --> 00:43:44,141 WOMAN: Oh, but if anybody

762 00:43:44,143 --> 00:43:46,475 can find that child, it's you, Roman.

763 00:43:46,477 --> 00:43:49,009 Because you're a wonderful policeman.

764 00:43:49,011 --> 00:43:51,808 - ROBBER 1: This is a holdup. - (BOB SNORING)

765 00:43:51,810 --> 00:43:53,909 All right, get your hands up, turn your back.

766 00:43:53,911 --> 00:43:55,175 ROBBER 2: Put your hands behind

767 00:43:55,177 --> 00:43:56,675 your heads and keep them there!

768 00:43:56,677 --> 00:43:58,075 Don't move!

769 00:43:58,077 --> 00:44:01,175 Drop that. All right, now get over there.

770 00:44:01,177 --> 00:44:03,642 - (OBJECTS CLATTERING) - Watch the door.

771 00:44:03,644 --> 00:44:04,911 ROBBER 1: You think I'm kiddin'?

772 00:44:08,543 --> 00:44:09,676 Now.

773 00:44:09,678 --> 00:44:11,611 (SIRENS WAILING)

774 00:44:13,045 --> 00:44:14,776 I said now!

775 00:44:14,778 --> 00:44:17,509 ROBBER 1: I got it! Come on, I tell you, come on!

776 00:44:17,511 --> 00:44:19,176 (SQUEALS)

777 00:44:19,178 --> 00:44:20,778 ROBBER 2: You wanna get killed?

778 00:44:21,178 --> 00:44:22,544 (STRAINS)

779 00:44:23,945 --> 00:44:25,110 (GROWLS)

780 00:44:25,112 --> 00:44:26,978 (GRUNTING)

781 00:44:31,212 --> 00:44:32,845 (SNARLS)

782 00:44:35,246 --> 00:44:36,846 (CHITTERING)

783 00:44:37,913 --> 00:44:39,844 (JACK-JACK GRUNTS)

784 00:44:39,846 --> 00:44:41,512 - (GROWLING) - (GRUNTING)

785 00:44:46,479 --> 00:44:47,913 (BOB SNORING)

786 00:44:51,479 --> 00:44:53,712 (BOTH GRUNTING)

787 00:45:01,047 --> 00:45:03,647 - (GASPS) - (JACK-JACK YELLING)

788 00:45:11,147 --> 00:45:12,647 (RACCOON CHITTERING)

789 00:45:13,980 --> 00:45:15,580 (JACK-JACK COUGHS)

790 00:45:16,613 --> 00:45:17,980 - Uh-oh. - (JACK-JACK GIGGLING)

791 00:45:28,981 --> 00:45:30,848 - (SQUEAKS) - (JACK-JACK GIGGLING)

792 00:45:35,081 --> 00:45:36,081 (YELPS)

793 00:45:41,648 --> 00:45:44,013 (RACCOON GROWLS)

794 00:45:44,015 --> 00:45:45,916 - (RACCOON SHRIEKING) - (JACK-JACK COOING)

795 00:45:47,982 --> 00:45:50,080 - (JACK-JACK SQUEALING) - (CRASHING)

796 00:45:50,082 --> 00:45:51,615 (GASPING)

797 00:45:53,249 --> 00:45:54,780 (BOB GRUNTING)

798 00:45:54,782 --> 00:45:58,080 - BOB: No, no, no! - (JACK-JACK SNARLING)

799 00:45:58,082 --> 00:45:59,116 (RACCOON GROWLING)

800 00:46:00,782 --> 00:46:02,949 - No! - (ALL COOING)

801 00:46:04,249 --> 00:46:06,847 BOB: No, no, no.

802 00:46:06,849 --> 00:46:08,680 No, no, no.

803 00:46:08,682 --> 00:46:10,883 - No, no, no! - (SNARLING)

804 00:46:13,650 --> 00:46:15,714 (RACCOON GROWLING)

805 00:46:15,716 --> 00:46:17,581 (SHOUTING GIBBERISH)

806 00:46:17,583 --> 00:46:18,681 (GIGGLING)

807 00:46:18,683 --> 00:46:22,115 You have powers!

808 00:46:22,117 --> 00:46:23,714 Yeah, baby,

809 00:46:23,716 --> 00:46:25,781 and there's not a scratch on you!

810 00:46:25,783 --> 00:46:27,514 Did you go through the locked door?

811 00:46:27,516 --> 00:46:29,781 - Are those your powers? - (CHUCKLES)

812 00:46:29,783 --> 00:46:31,881 Who can multiply like rabbits

813 00:46:31,883 --> 00:46:34,849 and go right through any solid...

814 00:46:34,851 --> 00:46:36,517 - (SNEEZES) - (YELPS)

815 00:46:38,817 --> 00:46:41,584 - Oh, my God! - (GIGGLING)

816 00:46:43,051 --> 00:46:44,784 (PHONE RINGING)

817 00:46:46,617 --> 00:46:48,049 - Hello? - HELEN: Hey, honey.

818 00:46:48,051 --> 00:46:49,916 - You weren't gonna call me? - BOB: Oh, hey!

819 00:46:49,918 --> 00:46:52,049 (STAMMERING) No. I mean, yes, yeah...

820 00:46:52,051 --> 00:46:54,482 - I just didn't wanna wake you. - (JACK-JACK BABBLING)

821 00:46:54,484 --> 00:46:57,549 The strangest thing just happened out in the yard.

822 00:46:57,551 --> 00:46:58,683 Sounds like I just woke you up.

823 00:46:58,685 --> 00:47:00,183 No, no.

824 00:47:00,185 --> 00:47:01,883 - It's just, Jack-Jack... - He had an accident!

825 00:47:01,885 --> 00:47:02,950 I knew it!

826 00:47:02,952 --> 00:47:04,883 I'm coming home right now! I never should have...

827 00:47:04,885 --> 00:47:07,217 No accident. Stay there and finish your mission.

828 00:47:07,219 --> 00:47:08,750 You never should...

829 00:47:08,752 --> 00:47:10,816 What? You don't think I can do this?

830 00:47:10,818 --> 00:47:13,516 No, no. Sorry. I misspoke.

831 00:47:13,518 --> 00:47:14,917 Do you need me to come back?

832 00:47:14,919 --> 00:47:17,783 No, no. No, I've got this. Everything's great.

833 00:47:17,785 --> 00:47:19,518 What happened with Jack-Jack?

834 00:47:20,685 --> 00:47:22,918 Nothing. He's in excellent health.

835 00:47:22,920 --> 00:47:25,018 - Well, that's good. - (VIOLET SOBBING)

836 00:47:25,020 --> 00:47:27,684 - How was Violet's date? - BOB: Uh...

837 00:47:27,686 --> 00:47:29,484 HELEN: That was tonight, right?

838 00:47:29,486 --> 00:47:32,051 BOB: (STAMMERING) Yes. Good.

839 00:47:32,053 --> 00:47:34,051 All fine and good.

840 00:47:34,053 --> 00:47:36,018 And Jack-Jack went down with no trouble?

841 00:47:36,020 --> 00:47:37,784 - (JACK-JACK COOING) - Fine, yes, no trouble.

842 00:47:37,786 --> 00:47:39,651 And Dash got his homework done?

843 00:47:39,653 --> 00:47:40,918 BOB: All done.

844 00:47:40,920 --> 00:47:42,184 So, things haven't spiraled out

845 00:47:42,186 --> 00:47:43,184 of control the moment I left?

846 00:47:43,186 --> 00:47:45,051 Amazing as it may seem,

847 00:47:45,053 --> 00:47:47,718 it has been quite uneventful in fact.

848 00:47:47,720 --> 00:47:49,152 How about you?

849 00:47:49,154 --> 00:47:52,054 I saved a runaway train! (LAUGHING IN DELIGHT)

850 00:47:53,620 --> 00:47:55,152 It was so great!

851 00:47:55,154 --> 00:47:57,919 The mayor was there to cut the ribbon on this new train.

852 00:47:57,921 --> 00:47:59,718 REPORTER 1: Elastigirl pursued the train

853 00:47:59,720 --> 00:48:01,885 and was able to successfully activate...

854 00:48:01,887 --> 00:48:04,185 Blah, blah, blah. He says a few words, cuts the ribbon...

855 00:48:04,187 --> 00:48:05,518 and the train starts pulling

856 00:48:05,520 --> 00:48:07,052 out of the station backwards...

857 00:48:07,054 --> 00:48:08,752 REPORTER 2: ...track of its brand new hovertrain...

858 00:48:08,754 --> 00:48:10,519 ...malfunctioned...

859 00:48:10,521 --> 00:48:11,721 ...thanking Elastigirl...

860 00:48:12,922 --> 00:48:14,186 REPORTER 3: Superhero Elastigirl...

861 00:48:14,188 --> 00:48:15,519 REPORTER 4: Elastigirl...

862 00:48:15,521 --> 00:48:18,786 Boom! No casualties! (SQUEALS)

863 00:48:18,788 --> 00:48:20,053 REPORTER 5: ...specialized motorbike,

864 00:48:20,055 --> 00:48:21,653 saving all of the passengers...

865 00:48:21,655 --> 00:48:22,753 HELEN: One thing leads to another

866 00:48:22,755 --> 00:48:23,920 and suddenly, I go after it!

867 00:48:23,922 --> 00:48:26,220 I'm telling you, honey, it was a saga!

868 00:48:26,222 --> 00:48:28,186 That's fantastic, honey!

869 00:48:28,188 --> 00:48:30,586 And on your first night!

870 00:48:30,588 --> 00:48:33,620 I am so proud of you, really.

871 00:48:33,622 --> 00:48:35,154 I'm proud of you, honey.

872 00:48:35,156 --> 00:48:37,820 I know you want to get out there and you will soon.

873 00:48:37,822 --> 00:48:39,787 And you'll be amazing.

874 00:48:39,789 --> 00:48:41,021 I couldn't have done this

875 00:48:41,023 --> 00:48:42,654 if you hadn't taken over so well.

876 00:48:42,656 --> 00:48:44,487 Thanks for handling everything.

877 00:48:44,489 --> 00:48:45,887 It's nothing.

878 00:48:45,889 --> 00:48:48,987 (SIGHS) I love you, honey. I'll be back soon.

879 00:48:48,989 --> 00:48:51,956 - Sweet dreams. - Sweet dreams, honey.

880 00:48:52,923 --> 00:48:54,089 (SIGHS)

881 00:48:55,189 --> 00:48:56,789 (SNORING)

882 00:49:06,957 --> 00:49:08,088 (BOB MUMBLING)

883 00:49:08,090 --> 00:49:10,988 (IMITATES DASH) "Hey, Dad, it's okay.

884 00:49:10,990 --> 00:49:13,788 "I'll just wait for Mom to get home."

885 00:49:13,790 --> 00:49:16,757 As if she could... I know how to...

886 00:49:17,523 --> 00:49:18,924 I can do math.

887 00:49:24,791 --> 00:49:25,958 (GROANS)

888 00:49:28,758 --> 00:49:31,125 Oh, brother... (MUMBLING)

889 00:49:33,758 --> 00:49:35,658 (IMITATES DASH) Wait for Mom!

890 00:49:36,858 --> 00:49:39,125 What am I, a substitute parent?

891 00:49:41,891 --> 00:49:43,925 It's not my fault they changed math.

892 00:49:52,558 --> 00:49:54,890 Come on, buddy. Come on.

893 00:49:54,892 --> 00:49:57,690 I think I understand your math assignment.

894 00:49:57,692 --> 00:50:01,523 We still have some time to finish it before your test.

895 00:50:01,525 --> 00:50:03,490 So first, you wanna put all the numbers

896 00:50:03,492 --> 00:50:05,257 by themselves on one side.

897 00:50:05,259 --> 00:50:07,090 ...you change the sign.

898 00:50:07,092 --> 00:50:10,125 That means a plus becomes a minus and a minus...

899 00:50:10,127 --> 00:50:11,624 You got it?

900 00:50:11,626 --> 00:50:13,027 Yeah, baby!

901 00:50:23,093 --> 00:50:24,860 (INDISTINCT CHATTER)

902 00:50:27,027 --> 00:50:29,591 Oh. Uh, hello.

903 00:50:29,593 --> 00:50:30,925 We're in a new house.

904 00:50:30,927 --> 00:50:34,192 I did write my address on your locker...

905 00:50:34,194 --> 00:50:36,226 in permanent ink.

906 00:50:36,228 --> 00:50:38,525 Oh, is that what that is?

907 00:50:38,527 --> 00:50:40,026 Did you forget?

908 00:50:40,028 --> 00:50:42,061 Forget what?

909 00:50:42,827 --> 00:50:45,028 (CHUCKLING) That's funny.

910 00:50:48,094 --> 00:50:49,661 Points for funny.

911 00:50:50,794 --> 00:50:52,926 Oh, was it the weird outfit?

912 00:50:52,928 --> 00:50:55,525 - (CHUCKLES) - Because there's a reason.

913 00:50:55,527 --> 00:50:57,660 I'm in a drama class...

914 00:50:57,662 --> 00:50:59,860 and they just wanna do Shakespeare...

915 00:50:59,862 --> 00:51:01,826 but they're like, "Try to make it relevant for the kids."

916 00:51:01,828 --> 00:51:04,093 So, like, "Oh, superheroes! Kids love superheroes."

917 00:51:04,095 --> 00:51:05,526 Yeah, yeah, yeah.

918 00:51:05,528 --> 00:51:06,493 You wanna wear one kind of tights...

919 00:51:06,495 --> 00:51:07,760 and then they're like,

920 00:51:07,762 --> 00:51:09,060 "No, wear these other kind of tights."

921 00:51:09,062 --> 00:51:10,095 (STAMMERS) Do I know you?

922 00:51:18,929 --> 00:51:21,094 Many say your speech today is critical.

923 00:51:21,096 --> 00:51:23,861 Both sides just want the best for their people.

924 00:51:23,863 --> 00:51:27,727 We are so close to finally getting peace in the region.

925 00:51:27,729 --> 00:51:29,627 I haven't done this in a while.

926 00:51:29,629 --> 00:51:31,928 This is good. The train gives us momentum.

927 00:51:31,930 --> 00:51:34,161 Just go out there and be your charming self...

928 00:51:34,163 --> 00:51:35,627 and capitalize on it.

929 00:51:35,629 --> 00:51:38,094 Ms. Elastigirl, they're ready for you.

930 00:51:38,096 --> 00:51:39,863 Hey, stretch a leg.

931 00:51:41,796 --> 00:51:43,527 Thank you, Chad. It was fun.

932 00:51:43,529 --> 00:51:45,797 Ambassador, your documents. We're moving to the rooftop.

933 00:51:46,797 --> 00:51:48,795 Oh, Madame Ambassador, hello!

934 00:51:48,797 --> 00:51:50,162 Oh, you are Elastigirl!

935 00:51:50,164 --> 00:51:52,662 This is why now I'm shaking your hand.

936 00:51:52,664 --> 00:51:54,795 It was so sad when you went underground.

937 00:51:54,797 --> 00:51:58,795 I am glad to see you back in your shiny outfit.

938 00:51:58,797 --> 00:52:00,195 That means so much coming from you.

939 00:52:00,197 --> 00:52:01,528 Good luck with your speech.

940 00:52:01,530 --> 00:52:02,895 This way, Ambassador.

941 00:52:02,897 --> 00:52:04,229 (STAMMERS) Bring lasting peace!

942 00:52:04,231 --> 00:52:06,129 I will, when you defeat evil.

943 00:52:06,131 --> 00:52:08,229 (CHUCKLES) Okay.

944 00:52:08,231 --> 00:52:09,998 Three, two...

945 00:52:10,765 --> 00:52:12,063 For over 15 years,

946 00:52:12,065 --> 00:52:13,663 superheroes have been in hiding.

947 00:52:13,665 --> 00:52:15,663 Forced into it by a society

948 00:52:15,665 --> 00:52:17,196 no longer willing to support them.

949 00:52:17,198 --> 00:52:18,829 That may soon be changing...

950 00:52:18,831 --> 00:52:21,263 due to a growing movement to bring the Supers back.

951 00:52:21,265 --> 00:52:23,096 Here, fresh on the heels of her own

952 00:52:23,098 --> 00:52:25,030 heroic save of a runaway train...

953 00:52:25,032 --> 00:52:28,562 and sporting a new look, is the superhero, Elastigirl.

954 00:52:28,564 --> 00:52:29,896 - Welcome! - Hello, Chad.

955 00:52:29,898 --> 00:52:32,063 All the polls are going in your direction.

956 00:52:32,065 --> 00:52:33,797 That's true. Things are good...

957 00:52:33,799 --> 00:52:35,197 Hello.

958 00:52:35,199 --> 00:52:36,897 Uh, hello?

959 00:52:36,899 --> 00:52:39,097 Do I have your attention?

960 00:52:39,099 --> 00:52:40,530 Yes, Chad.

961 00:52:40,532 --> 00:52:41,797 Of course I do.

962 00:52:41,799 --> 00:52:43,664 I'm appearing on your screen.

963 00:52:43,666 --> 00:52:46,730 Reading the words I'm saying off of another screen.

964 00:52:46,732 --> 00:52:48,630 Screens are everywhere.

965 00:52:48,632 --> 00:52:49,764 We are controlled by screens.

966 00:52:49,766 --> 00:52:51,563 (ELASTIGIRL WHIMPERING)

967 00:52:51,565 --> 00:52:56,530 And screens are controlled by me...

968 00:52:56,532 --> 00:52:58,098 Screenslaver.

969 00:52:58,100 --> 00:52:59,531 Hey!

970 00:52:59,533 --> 00:53:01,665 SCREENSLAVER: I control this broadcast...

971 00:53:01,667 --> 00:53:04,065 and this idiotic anchorman you see before you.

972 00:53:04,067 --> 00:53:05,798 WOMAN: What's wrong with him?

973 00:53:05,800 --> 00:53:06,798 The signal's been hijacked. I'll check it out.

974 00:53:06,800 --> 00:53:08,564 Don't look at any monitors.

975 00:53:08,566 --> 00:53:10,831 I could hijack the ambassador's aerocade...

976 00:53:10,833 --> 00:53:13,132 while it's still airborne.

977 00:53:13,134 --> 00:53:14,934 Right, Elastigirl?

978 00:53:17,034 --> 00:53:19,633 Nearest window! Where's the nearest window?

979 00:53:31,935 --> 00:53:33,799 - Oh, what's going on? - Where's Elastigirl?

980 00:53:33,801 --> 00:53:35,534 (GROANS) Which one?

981 00:53:39,801 --> 00:53:41,801 (ELASTIGIRL GRUNTING)

982 00:53:44,035 --> 00:53:45,934 Elastigirl! What are you doing here?

983 00:53:45,936 --> 00:53:48,267 The ambassador is in danger. Which chopper is she...

984 00:53:48,269 --> 00:53:49,802 Look out!

985 00:53:51,269 --> 00:53:53,635 Follow them and get me close!

986 00:53:56,136 --> 00:53:58,936 Get out of the sky, and touch down safely!

987 00:54:07,869 --> 00:54:11,501 - (GRUNTS) - Stand down! It's Elastigirl.

988 00:54:11,503 --> 00:54:13,103 Stay in your seat, ma'am!

989 00:54:19,770 --> 00:54:21,901 - (GROANS, GASPS) - We're under attack!

990 00:54:21,903 --> 00:54:24,870 Quick, go! Protect the ambassador!

991 00:54:28,237 --> 00:54:29,534 Open the door!

992 00:54:29,536 --> 00:54:30,736 Do as she says!

993 00:54:32,770 --> 00:54:33,869 Can you all swim?

994 00:54:33,871 --> 00:54:35,537 - ALL: Yeah. - No!

995 00:54:36,204 --> 00:54:38,537 (ALL SCREAMING)

996 00:54:49,604 --> 00:54:50,971 (AMBASSADOR GRUNTS)

997 00:54:53,004 --> 00:54:54,771 (BOTH GRUNTING)

998 00:54:56,838 --> 00:54:59,803 ELASTIGIRL: We're gonna have to slingshot! Hang on!

999 00:54:59,805 --> 00:55:02,538 - (ELASTIGIRL GRUNTING) - (AMBASSADOR SCREAMING)

1000 00:55:06,805 --> 00:55:09,137 - (PANTING) - Are you all right, ma'am?

1001 00:55:09,139 --> 00:55:10,939 I'm perfectly fine...

1002 00:55:13,172 --> 00:55:14,738 BOB: Ah! Ooh! Ah! Oh!

1003 00:55:20,738 --> 00:55:23,537 Boys are jerks and superheroes suck.

1004 00:55:23,539 --> 00:55:24,837 Good morning!

1005 00:55:24,839 --> 00:55:26,737 He takes one look at me in that suit...

1006 00:55:26,739 --> 00:55:30,637 and decides to pretend he doesn't even know me.

1007 00:55:30,639 --> 00:55:32,737 He's protecting himself.

1008 00:55:32,739 --> 00:55:35,604 If he really did see you, it's best that he forget.

1009 00:55:35,606 --> 00:55:37,537 It's better for you, too.

1010 00:55:37,539 --> 00:55:39,637 I can't tell you how many memories

1011 00:55:39,639 --> 00:55:41,938 Dicker's had to erase over the years...

1012 00:55:41,940 --> 00:55:43,737 (SNIFFS) when someone figured out

1013 00:55:43,739 --> 00:55:45,538 your mother's or my identity.

1014 00:55:45,540 --> 00:55:47,872 - (GASPS) - It was Dicker!

1015 00:55:47,874 --> 00:55:50,105 - You told him about Tony! - Honey...

1016 00:55:50,107 --> 00:55:53,041 You had me erased from Tony's mind!

1017 00:55:57,907 --> 00:55:59,571 (DOOR SLAMS)

1018 00:55:59,573 --> 00:56:01,041 - (JACK-JACK GIGGLING) - (DOOR OPENS)

1019 00:56:06,540 --> 00:56:08,239 I hate superheroes!

1020 00:56:08,241 --> 00:56:10,541 And I renounce them!

1021 00:56:11,075 --> 00:56:12,108 (WHIRRING)

1022 00:56:16,574 --> 00:56:18,506 I renounce them!

1023 00:56:18,508 --> 00:56:20,541 (GRUNTING)

1024 00:56:23,042 --> 00:56:25,073 (PANTING)

1025 00:56:25,075 --> 00:56:27,140 (FOOTSTEPS RETREATING)

1026 00:56:27,142 --> 00:56:29,040 Is she having adolescence?

1027 00:56:29,042 --> 00:56:30,206 (DOOR SLAMS)

1028 00:56:30,208 --> 00:56:31,873 REPORTER: A new report out today shows that,

1029 00:56:31,875 --> 00:56:33,707 when it comes to decision-making...

1030 00:56:33,709 --> 00:56:35,540 people have more trust in a monkey

1031 00:56:35,542 --> 00:56:36,907 throwing darts than Congress.

1032 00:56:36,909 --> 00:56:39,074 What's going on, Tommy? A protest?

1033 00:56:39,076 --> 00:56:41,174 - (PROTESTERS CHANTING) - They're here in support.

1034 00:56:41,176 --> 00:56:43,507 Support? Support of what?

1035 00:56:43,509 --> 00:56:46,074 TOMMY: Well, in support of you.

1036 00:56:46,076 --> 00:56:47,676 (CHANTING CONTINUES)

1037 00:56:48,676 --> 00:56:51,174 Wow. Oh, hey...

1038 00:56:51,176 --> 00:56:53,807 Thanks for coming out. Hi.

1039 00:56:53,809 --> 00:56:56,573 Oh, my goodness. Thanks so much.

1040 00:56:56,575 --> 00:56:57,708 Oh, hello.

1041 00:56:57,710 --> 00:56:59,077 What does your sign say?

1042 00:57:03,543 --> 00:57:05,108 ALL: (CHANTING) Ka-boom! Ka-pow!

1043 00:57:05,110 --> 00:57:07,708 Supers should be legal now!

1044 00:57:07,710 --> 00:57:10,008 Talk to ya. Oh, what do ya know!

1045 00:57:10,010 --> 00:57:11,108 Ellenwood.

1046 00:57:11,110 --> 00:57:13,142 Oh, now you wanna return my calls

1047 00:57:13,144 --> 00:57:14,508 about superheroes, huh?

1048 00:57:14,510 --> 00:57:16,208 Oh. I'll have to call you back.

1049 00:57:16,210 --> 00:57:17,608 Oh, that felt good.

1050 00:57:17,610 --> 00:57:18,808 Felicia, hold my calls, please.

1051 00:57:18,810 --> 00:57:20,608 Hey! It's working!

1052 00:57:20,610 --> 00:57:22,742 Hey, the ambassador made a big speech

1053 00:57:22,744 --> 00:57:23,943 about superheroes today.

1054 00:57:23,945 --> 00:57:25,676 Turns out saving someone's life

1055 00:57:25,678 --> 00:57:27,076 makes a good impression on them. Who knew, huh?

1056 00:57:27,078 --> 00:57:29,575 I'm getting calls from all over the world.

1057 00:57:29,577 --> 00:57:31,976 Media awareness is up 72%.

1058 00:57:31,978 --> 00:57:34,076 The push for superhero legalization

1059 00:57:34,078 --> 00:57:36,076 is becoming a worldwide movement!

1060 00:57:36,078 --> 00:57:37,976 I have big plans for our next move.

1061 00:57:37,978 --> 00:57:39,809 We're gonna have a summit at sea.

1062 00:57:39,811 --> 00:57:40,909 We'll use our ship...

1063 00:57:40,911 --> 00:57:43,143 we'll gather leaders and Supers...

1064 00:57:43,145 --> 00:57:45,877 - from all over the world. - That's great.

1065 00:57:45,879 --> 00:57:47,010 I'm happy.

1066 00:57:47,012 --> 00:57:48,677 I'm happy the numbers are up.

1067 00:57:48,679 --> 00:57:51,777 I'm happy the ambassador is pro-superhero...

1068 00:57:51,779 --> 00:57:53,543 and I'm happy you're happy.

1069 00:57:53,545 --> 00:57:56,810 I'm hearing that you're happy, but why am I not feeling it?

1070 00:57:56,812 --> 00:57:58,543 Because I didn't get him!

1071 00:57:58,545 --> 00:57:59,944 Screenslaver is still out there.

1072 00:57:59,946 --> 00:58:02,777 All I did was play his game and win this round.

1073 00:58:02,779 --> 00:58:03,944 He's gonna want more

1074 00:58:03,946 --> 00:58:06,077 and as long as he gets to play, he wins.

1075 00:58:06,079 --> 00:58:08,144 One thing I've learned in business?

1076 00:58:08,146 --> 00:58:10,078 Smell the flowers.

1077 00:58:10,080 --> 00:58:11,611 They don't bloom that often.

1078 00:58:11,613 --> 00:58:13,078 What do you want on your tombstone?

1079 00:58:13,080 --> 00:58:14,211 "She worried a lot"?

1080 00:58:14,213 --> 00:58:16,211 EVELYN: All right, stop talking.

1081 00:58:16,213 --> 00:58:17,613 Show her.

1082 00:58:21,247 --> 00:58:22,678 (INDISTINCT CHATTER)

1083 00:58:22,680 --> 00:58:25,678 This is just so exciting, isn't it? Huh?

1084 00:58:25,680 --> 00:58:27,678 (CHATTER STOPS)

1085 00:58:27,680 --> 00:58:29,611 Oh, wow. Uh...

1086 00:58:29,613 --> 00:58:32,812 Wow! Elastigirl, there you are.

1087 00:58:32,814 --> 00:58:34,246 - Hello. - (STAMMERS) I didn't...

1088 00:58:34,248 --> 00:58:35,712 Wow!

1089 00:58:35,714 --> 00:58:38,046 Come on, get yourself together, Karen.

1090 00:58:38,048 --> 00:58:41,146 Hi, my superhero name is Voyd.

1091 00:58:41,148 --> 00:58:45,146 I just wanna thank you, for, like, for being you!

1092 00:58:45,148 --> 00:58:47,079 (STAMMERING)

1093 00:58:47,081 --> 00:58:50,681 Okay, what I can do, um, is this.

1094 00:58:51,948 --> 00:58:53,714 (ALL GASP)

1095 00:58:55,781 --> 00:58:57,846 (CHUCKLES NERVOUSLY) Yeah.

1096 00:58:57,848 --> 00:59:01,613 That is impressive. Very interdimensional.

1097 00:59:01,615 --> 00:59:03,813 I felt like an outcast before.

1098 00:59:03,815 --> 00:59:08,546 But now, with you being you, I feel like...

1099 00:59:08,548 --> 00:59:09,947 (SIGHS)

1100 00:59:09,949 --> 00:59:10,949 Yay, me.

1101 00:59:12,015 --> 00:59:13,980 I flew them in from all over.

1102 00:59:13,982 --> 00:59:15,846 They've all been in hiding.

1103 00:59:15,848 --> 00:59:18,047 They have powers, secret identities...

1104 00:59:18,049 --> 00:59:20,914 and names they've given themselves.

1105 00:59:20,916 --> 00:59:23,214 I'm Screech. It's a pleasure.

1106 00:59:23,216 --> 00:59:24,614 I've always considered you

1107 00:59:24,616 --> 00:59:26,681 the gold standard for superheroes.

1108 00:59:26,683 --> 00:59:28,814 Well, thanks. You're too nice.

1109 00:59:28,816 --> 00:59:30,714 I am called Brick.

1110 00:59:30,716 --> 00:59:34,081 Nice to meet you, Brick. Uh, where are you from?

1111 00:59:34,083 --> 00:59:35,647 Wisconsin.

1112 00:59:35,649 --> 00:59:38,781 Oh. Elastigirl. I assume your powers are...

1113 00:59:38,783 --> 00:59:41,048 You know, zapping things electrically...

1114 00:59:41,050 --> 00:59:43,580 charging things, bolts of lightning, that kind of stuff.

1115 00:59:43,582 --> 00:59:45,049 Name's Reflux.

1116 00:59:45,051 --> 00:59:48,015 Medical condition or superpower, you decide.

1117 00:59:48,017 --> 00:59:49,648 (CHUCKLES) That's a little line

1118 00:59:49,650 --> 00:59:51,082 I say just to put people at ease.

1119 00:59:51,084 --> 00:59:52,215 Hope I don't offend.

1120 00:59:52,217 --> 00:59:54,249 Oh, no, no, no. Reflux. Love it.

1121 00:59:54,251 --> 00:59:55,682 (JAZZ MUSIC PLAYING)

1122 00:59:55,684 --> 00:59:58,581 Well, I do look forward to working with you.

1123 00:59:58,583 --> 01:00:01,648 Yes, that is impressive. Keep practicing.

1124 01:00:01,650 --> 01:00:03,015 (INDISTINCT CHATTER)

1125 01:00:03,017 --> 01:00:04,548 - (ELECTRICITY CRACKLES) - Ow!

1126 01:00:04,550 --> 01:00:06,149 (BOTH LAUGHING)

1127 01:00:06,151 --> 01:00:07,581 (SNORING)

1128 01:00:07,583 --> 01:00:10,950 Well, I'm beat. Congratulations. Big day.

1129 01:00:10,952 --> 01:00:13,516 Good night, ladies. I will see you tomorrow.

1130 01:00:13,518 --> 01:00:14,816 Good night.

1131 01:00:14,818 --> 01:00:16,516 Must be nice for you,

1132 01:00:16,518 --> 01:00:18,083 being out front after all this time.

1133 01:00:18,085 --> 01:00:19,649 Out front?

1134 01:00:19,651 --> 01:00:22,216 Well, it's been a while since your superhero days...

1135 01:00:22,218 --> 01:00:24,050 and even then, you were kind of

1136 01:00:24,052 --> 01:00:25,649 in Mr. Incredible's shadow.

1137 01:00:25,651 --> 01:00:27,083 Nah, I beg to differ.

1138 01:00:27,085 --> 01:00:29,083 I'm not... I'm not saying you weren't big.

1139 01:00:29,085 --> 01:00:31,083 No, you were, and are, a superstar...

1140 01:00:31,085 --> 01:00:34,017 but you have the stage to yourself now.

1141 01:00:34,019 --> 01:00:36,051 And people have to pay attention.

1142 01:00:36,053 --> 01:00:37,850 Oh, you mean, "It's a man's world" and all that?

1143 01:00:37,852 --> 01:00:39,717 Well, what world do you live in?

1144 01:00:39,719 --> 01:00:41,051 Your brother runs DEVTECH.

1145 01:00:41,053 --> 01:00:45,184 I don't want his job. I invent, he sells.

1146 01:00:45,186 --> 01:00:48,750 I ask you, which of us has the greater influence?

1147 01:00:48,752 --> 01:00:50,217 Which side of me are you asking?

1148 01:00:50,219 --> 01:00:51,684 The believer or the cynic?

1149 01:00:51,686 --> 01:00:52,951 The cynic...

1150 01:00:52,953 --> 01:00:54,684 Would say selling is more important

1151 01:00:54,686 --> 01:00:56,718 because the best sellers have the most buyers.

1152 01:00:56,720 --> 01:00:58,518 Doesn't matter what you're selling.

1153 01:00:58,520 --> 01:01:00,252 It only matters what people buy.

1154 01:01:00,254 --> 01:01:01,952 This is true.

1155 01:01:01,954 --> 01:01:03,918 If I discovered the origin of the universe...

1156 01:01:03,920 --> 01:01:05,551 my brother would find a way

1157 01:01:05,553 --> 01:01:08,518 to market it as a, uh, foot massager.

1158 01:01:08,520 --> 01:01:10,851 (BOTH LAUGHING)

1159 01:01:10,853 --> 01:01:12,751 So, what would the believer say?

1160 01:01:12,753 --> 01:01:15,085 The believer would tell you to make your mark.

1161 01:01:15,087 --> 01:01:17,551 Don't wait for permission, assert yourself

1162 01:01:17,553 --> 01:01:19,052 and impose your will on the status quo.

1163 01:01:19,054 --> 01:01:20,919 - Sounds like my brother. - What?

1164 01:01:20,921 --> 01:01:22,219 You sound like my brother.

1165 01:01:22,221 --> 01:01:23,619 Well, he's not wrong.

1166 01:01:23,621 --> 01:01:24,953 There is an art to getting a reaction...

1167 01:01:24,955 --> 01:01:26,686 (GASPS) Oh! I know how to get him.

1168 01:01:26,688 --> 01:01:29,719 - My brother? - No. Screenslaver!

1169 01:01:29,721 --> 01:01:32,519 You're tech-savvy. I need to lock onto a signal...

1170 01:01:32,521 --> 01:01:33,686 and trace its origin.

1171 01:01:33,688 --> 01:01:34,819 How fast can you slap something together

1172 01:01:34,821 --> 01:01:36,019 and meet me at the airport?

1173 01:01:36,021 --> 01:01:37,019 Airport?

1174 01:01:37,021 --> 01:01:38,786 Need to go out of town, pronto.

1175 01:01:38,788 --> 01:01:39,953 I can get your contraption together by 5:00 a.m.

1176 01:01:39,955 --> 01:01:42,053 I need to get on TV. Chad!

1177 01:01:42,055 --> 01:01:43,819 I'll get my brother to set up an exclusive with him

1178 01:01:43,821 --> 01:01:44,987 tonight on the newscast.

1179 01:01:44,989 --> 01:01:46,187 Finish our interview by phone!

1180 01:01:46,189 --> 01:01:47,553 Promote the hell out of it.

1181 01:01:47,555 --> 01:01:48,954 Independence from Screenslavery!

1182 01:01:48,956 --> 01:01:51,787 - Chad tonight. - BOTH: Boom! (LAUGHING)

1183 01:01:51,789 --> 01:01:53,555 (PHONE RINGING)

1184 01:01:54,956 --> 01:01:56,620 - Dicker. - BOB: Yeah, hey, Rick.

1185 01:01:56,622 --> 01:01:58,220 You remember that kid I mentioned to you?

1186 01:01:58,222 --> 01:01:59,520 Tony Rydinger.

1187 01:01:59,522 --> 01:02:01,220 Mind wipe? Yeah, nice kid.

1188 01:02:01,222 --> 01:02:02,920 Well, you also wiped out

1189 01:02:02,922 --> 01:02:04,920 the Friday night date my daughter had with him.

1190 01:02:04,922 --> 01:02:07,553 In fact, you wiped out my daughter.

1191 01:02:07,555 --> 01:02:09,821 Oops. Not an exact science, Bob.

1192 01:02:09,823 --> 01:02:11,688 Rick, you gotta help me here.

1193 01:02:11,690 --> 01:02:14,721 Violet hates me, and you, and superheroes.

1194 01:02:14,723 --> 01:02:17,221 I gotta fix this. What do you know about Tony?

1195 01:02:17,223 --> 01:02:18,621 Um...

1196 01:02:18,623 --> 01:02:20,088 Not much.

1197 01:02:20,090 --> 01:02:21,688 Seems like a good kid.

1198 01:02:21,690 --> 01:02:23,854 Popular, plays sports, music.

1199 01:02:23,856 --> 01:02:27,688 Parents own The Happy Platter, kid works there part time.

1200 01:02:27,690 --> 01:02:29,856 Happy Platter?

1201 01:02:32,557 --> 01:02:35,089 Why did we drive all the way across town

1202 01:02:35,091 --> 01:02:36,889 for The Happy Platter?

1203 01:02:36,891 --> 01:02:40,522 We'd like a booth over there, near the philodendron.

1204 01:02:40,524 --> 01:02:42,655 Good, right? Near the philodendron.

1205 01:02:42,657 --> 01:02:44,922 (INDISTINCT CHATTER)

1206 01:02:44,924 --> 01:02:48,089 This platter doesn't look all that happy to me.

1207 01:02:48,091 --> 01:02:50,056 It looks bored.

1208 01:02:50,058 --> 01:02:51,956 Ha-ha! The Bored Platter!

1209 01:02:51,958 --> 01:02:54,522 I thought Vi would want a change of pace

1210 01:02:54,524 --> 01:02:55,689 from drive-in food.

1211 01:02:55,691 --> 01:02:57,589 I like drive-in food.

1212 01:02:57,591 --> 01:02:59,556 Does this mean vegetables?

1213 01:02:59,558 --> 01:03:01,556 A balanced diet means vegetables, kiddo.

1214 01:03:01,558 --> 01:03:03,656 Get used to it.

1215 01:03:03,658 --> 01:03:05,690 TONY: Good evening, everyone.

1216 01:03:05,692 --> 01:03:07,290 - BOB: Oh, no! - (COUGHING)

1217 01:03:07,292 --> 01:03:08,890 - Is she all right? - Violet, are you okay?

1218 01:03:08,892 --> 01:03:10,090 - (COUGHING) - Nothing to see here.

1219 01:03:10,092 --> 01:03:11,856 Yeah, more napkins would be good.

1220 01:03:11,858 --> 01:03:12,990 - I'm fine, I'm fine. - It happens all the time here.

1221 01:03:12,992 --> 01:03:13,890 Mops it right up.

1222 01:03:13,892 --> 01:03:16,790 Normally, she doesn't ever drip like this.

1223 01:03:16,792 --> 01:03:18,957 - Would you like water, sir? - BOB: Yes.

1224 01:03:18,959 --> 01:03:21,924 Yes, I would. This is my daughter...

1225 01:03:21,926 --> 01:03:23,624 - who you must know, right? - God. Stop.

1226 01:03:23,626 --> 01:03:24,958 - Hello. - Violet.

1227 01:03:24,960 --> 01:03:26,124 Hello, Violet.

1228 01:03:26,126 --> 01:03:27,258 (BOB CHUCKLING)

1229 01:03:27,260 --> 01:03:28,724 Hey, Vi, say hi to...

1230 01:03:28,726 --> 01:03:30,091 Don't push it, Dad.

1231 01:03:30,093 --> 01:03:32,091 I'm Dash, her little brother.

1232 01:03:32,093 --> 01:03:33,258 Hello.

1233 01:03:33,260 --> 01:03:35,724 Mmm. This is really good water.

1234 01:03:35,726 --> 01:03:37,024 It's very refreshing.

1235 01:03:37,026 --> 01:03:37,891 Spring water, is it?

1236 01:03:37,893 --> 01:03:40,791 I don't know, sir. I think it's tap.

1237 01:03:40,793 --> 01:03:42,557 Well, it is very good.

1238 01:03:42,559 --> 01:03:43,958 Excellent tap.

1239 01:03:43,960 --> 01:03:46,092 Excuse me.

1240 01:03:46,094 --> 01:03:47,925 Well, nice to meet you.

1241 01:03:47,927 --> 01:03:49,658 - Where'd she go? - DASH: Mmm.

1242 01:03:49,660 --> 01:03:52,758 To find a good place to be angry?

1243 01:03:52,760 --> 01:03:55,658 Tonight, we go now to a special remote interview...

1244 01:03:55,660 --> 01:03:56,858 with Elastigirl.

1245 01:03:56,860 --> 01:03:57,892 ELASTIGIRL: How you feeling, Chad?

1246 01:03:57,894 --> 01:03:59,159 You doing all right?

1247 01:03:59,161 --> 01:04:01,658 I'm fine. The doctors checked me out.

1248 01:04:01,660 --> 01:04:03,658 (STAMMERS) I have no memory of the event.

1249 01:04:03,660 --> 01:04:05,558 I gotta tell you, it's pretty strange

1250 01:04:05,560 --> 01:04:06,925 to see a recording...

1251 01:04:06,927 --> 01:04:09,592 of yourself the night before and have no recollection.

1252 01:04:09,594 --> 01:04:11,160 I don't think anyone needs to worry.

1253 01:04:11,162 --> 01:04:13,626 We've taken many precautions tonight though.

1254 01:04:13,628 --> 01:04:14,960 Where are you right now?

1255 01:04:14,962 --> 01:04:17,993 On a case, in a secure undisclosed location.

1256 01:04:17,995 --> 01:04:19,693 CHAD: I wanna talk about you...

1257 01:04:19,695 --> 01:04:22,093 starting with your save of a runaway train.

1258 01:04:22,095 --> 01:04:24,659 Here's an exclusive unedited clip

1259 01:04:24,661 --> 01:04:26,093 from your own suit cam.

1260 01:04:26,095 --> 01:04:27,193 Roll the clip.

1261 01:04:27,195 --> 01:04:29,960 ELASTIGIRL: This thing's really moving.

1262 01:04:29,962 --> 01:04:32,694 100 and climbing. How much track is built?

1263 01:04:32,696 --> 01:04:35,627 EVELYN: About 25 miles.

1264 01:04:35,629 --> 01:04:38,827 SCREENSLAVER: The Screenslaver interrupts this program...

1265 01:04:38,829 --> 01:04:40,261 for an important announcement.

1266 01:04:40,263 --> 01:04:42,161 I'll be damned. She knew.

1267 01:04:42,163 --> 01:04:43,927 Let's see if your gadget works.

1268 01:04:43,929 --> 01:04:46,194 Don't bother watching the rest.

1269 01:04:46,196 --> 01:04:47,694 Gotcha!

1270 01:04:47,696 --> 01:04:49,927 Elastigirl doesn't save the day.

1271 01:04:49,929 --> 01:04:52,794 She only postpones her defeat.

1272 01:04:52,796 --> 01:04:54,994 And while she postpones her defeat...

1273 01:04:54,996 --> 01:04:58,661 you eat chips and watch her confront problems...

1274 01:04:58,663 --> 01:05:00,928 that you are too lazy to deal with.

1275 01:05:00,930 --> 01:05:03,828 Superheroes are part of your brainless desire...

1276 01:05:03,830 --> 01:05:07,062 to replace true experience with simulation.

1277 01:05:07,064 --> 01:05:10,561 You don't talk, you watch talk shows.

1278 01:05:10,563 --> 01:05:14,128 You don't play games, you watch game shows.

1279 01:05:14,130 --> 01:05:17,195 Travel, relationships, risk...

1280 01:05:17,197 --> 01:05:20,128 every meaningful experience must be packaged...

1281 01:05:20,130 --> 01:05:23,696 and delivered to you to watch at a distance.

1282 01:05:23,698 --> 01:05:26,163 So that you can remain ever sheltered...

1283 01:05:26,165 --> 01:05:27,862 ever passive...

1284 01:05:27,864 --> 01:05:30,263 ever ravenous consumers...

1285 01:05:30,265 --> 01:05:33,263 who can't bring themselves to rise from their couches...

1286 01:05:33,265 --> 01:05:37,696 break a sweat and participate in life.

1287 01:05:37,698 --> 01:05:40,263 You want superheroes to protect you...

1288 01:05:40,265 --> 01:05:44,563 and make yourselves ever more powerless in the process.

1289 01:05:44,565 --> 01:05:48,097 While you tell yourselves you're being looked after.

1290 01:05:48,099 --> 01:05:50,230 That your interests are being served.

1291 01:05:50,232 --> 01:05:53,097 And your rights are being upheld.

1292 01:05:53,099 --> 01:05:56,230 So that the system can keep stealing from you...

1293 01:05:56,232 --> 01:05:59,097 smiling at you all the while.

1294 01:05:59,099 --> 01:06:02,797 Go ahead, send your Supers to stop me.

1295 01:06:02,799 --> 01:06:05,130 Grab your snacks, watch your screens,

1296 01:06:05,132 --> 01:06:07,230 and see what happens.

1297 01:06:07,232 --> 01:06:10,265 You are no longer in control.

1298 01:06:10,267 --> 01:06:11,866 I am.

1299 01:06:37,600 --> 01:06:39,767 (MACHINES BEEPING)

1300 01:07:15,235 --> 01:07:16,969 (CLOCK CHIMING)

1301 01:07:53,304 --> 01:07:55,037 SCREENSLAVER: Find anything?

1302 01:07:55,670 --> 01:07:57,004 (GROANING)

1303 01:08:02,137 --> 01:08:04,071 (YELLING)

1304 01:08:07,304 --> 01:08:09,072 (BOTH GRUNTING)

1305 01:08:28,671 --> 01:08:29,871 (GROANS)

1306 01:08:31,105 --> 01:08:32,572 (GRUNTS)

1307 01:08:33,073 --> 01:08:34,304 (BEEPING)

1308 01:08:34,306 --> 01:08:35,870 (PANTING)

1309 01:08:35,872 --> 01:08:36,872 (GRUNTS)

1310 01:08:44,073 --> 01:08:45,704 (ALARM RINGING)

1311 01:08:45,706 --> 01:08:47,006 - (GRUNTS) - Sorry!

1312 01:08:55,039 --> 01:08:56,107 (ELASTIGIRL GROANS)

1313 01:09:10,040 --> 01:09:11,105 (BEEPS)

1314 01:09:11,107 --> 01:09:12,573 (EXPLOSION)

1315 01:09:16,274 --> 01:09:19,205 (GRUNTING)

1316 01:09:19,207 --> 01:09:20,706 (STAMMERS) What happened?

1317 01:09:20,708 --> 01:09:23,772 What happened is you destroyed my evidence.

1318 01:09:23,774 --> 01:09:25,539 What's going on? What did I do?

1319 01:09:25,541 --> 01:09:27,006 What did you guys do to me?

1320 01:09:27,008 --> 01:09:30,772 That's right, punk. Blame the system.

1321 01:09:30,774 --> 01:09:32,672 Your tracker worked like a charm, Evelyn.

1322 01:09:32,674 --> 01:09:33,939 You're a genius.

1323 01:09:33,941 --> 01:09:34,839 Aw, shucks!

1324 01:09:34,841 --> 01:09:37,639 I'm just the genius behind the genius.

1325 01:09:37,641 --> 01:09:40,006 - (TV PLAYING) - DASH: Hey, Dad.

1326 01:09:40,008 --> 01:09:44,007 We're doing fractions and denismals and percentages

1327 01:09:44,009 --> 01:09:45,074 and I don't get 'em.

1328 01:09:45,076 --> 01:09:46,207 Aren't you...

1329 01:09:46,209 --> 01:09:47,673 Didn't we get all caught up?

1330 01:09:47,675 --> 01:09:49,107 Yeah, we were caught up...

1331 01:09:49,109 --> 01:09:52,573 and now we're doing fractions and percentages and demicels.

1332 01:09:52,575 --> 01:09:53,940 Decimals.

1333 01:09:53,942 --> 01:09:55,240 NEWS ANCHOR: (ON TV) ...the addition of the Incredibile,

1334 01:09:55,242 --> 01:09:56,640 the super car...

1335 01:09:56,642 --> 01:09:59,007 once driven by superhero, Mr. Incredible.

1336 01:09:59,009 --> 01:10:01,974 It's the kind of thing you buy when you have everything else.

1337 01:10:01,976 --> 01:10:04,307 They said it was beyond repair.

1338 01:10:04,309 --> 01:10:05,840 VICTOR CATCHET: Hey, it was in perfect condition.

1339 01:10:05,842 --> 01:10:07,640 You used to drive that?

1340 01:10:07,642 --> 01:10:09,141 They said it was destroyed.

1341 01:10:09,143 --> 01:10:11,008 Long thought lost or destroyed,

1342 01:10:11,010 --> 01:10:13,175 the famous car turned up at private auction.

1343 01:10:13,177 --> 01:10:14,674 They said it was...

1344 01:10:14,676 --> 01:10:16,674 That's my car!

1345 01:10:16,676 --> 01:10:18,576 - (TV CONTINUES PLAYING) - (GRUNTS)

1346 01:10:19,210 --> 01:10:20,943 (COUGHING)

1347 01:10:24,576 --> 01:10:27,041 Stupid water feature!

1348 01:10:27,043 --> 01:10:29,808 This car is just loaded with amazing gadgets.

1349 01:10:29,810 --> 01:10:30,975 Care to demonstrate?

1350 01:10:30,977 --> 01:10:33,142 I'd love to, but we haven't figured out

1351 01:10:33,144 --> 01:10:34,709 how to make them work yet.

1352 01:10:34,711 --> 01:10:36,642 (BOTH GASP)

1353 01:10:36,644 --> 01:10:39,777 - Wow! It works? - (PEOPLE ON TV SCREAMING)

1354 01:10:40,978 --> 01:10:42,242 Huh?

1355 01:10:42,244 --> 01:10:44,709 What are you doing? This is not a toy!

1356 01:10:44,711 --> 01:10:45,976 That's a rocket launcher!

1357 01:10:45,978 --> 01:10:47,976 Sweet! Which one launches the rocket?

1358 01:10:47,978 --> 01:10:49,709 Hey! This is not your car!

1359 01:10:49,711 --> 01:10:51,042 It's not your car, either!

1360 01:10:51,044 --> 01:10:52,842 It is so! It's the Incredibile.

1361 01:10:52,844 --> 01:10:54,875 - Why's that guy have it? - He shouldn't!

1362 01:10:54,877 --> 01:10:56,643 Launch the rockets! Launch the rockets!

1363 01:10:56,645 --> 01:10:58,110 Launch the rockets!

1364 01:10:58,112 --> 01:10:59,643 - I'm not launching anything! - I wanna blow it up!

1365 01:10:59,645 --> 01:11:00,710 Do you think I want an angry rich guy...

1366 01:11:00,712 --> 01:11:02,210 coming after me right now...

1367 01:11:02,212 --> 01:11:03,943 - when I'm trying not to... - I'm not sure

1368 01:11:03,945 --> 01:11:05,010 - what's happened here, Mark. - ...distract your mother.

1369 01:11:05,012 --> 01:11:06,710 But everyone here has scattered

1370 01:11:06,712 --> 01:11:08,609 and I'm afraid I'll need to move at any minute.

1371 01:11:08,611 --> 01:11:11,145 (GROANS) Rich guy got my car.

1372 01:11:13,012 --> 01:11:15,776 So, you're not gonna steal your car

1373 01:11:15,778 --> 01:11:17,179 back from the rich guy?

1374 01:11:18,778 --> 01:11:20,744 - (SNEEZES) - (BOB GASPS)

1375 01:11:20,746 --> 01:11:22,577 (OBJECTS CLATTERING)

1376 01:11:22,579 --> 01:11:24,746 (VIOLET SCREAMING)

1377 01:11:25,879 --> 01:11:27,944 What the heck is that?

1378 01:11:27,946 --> 01:11:29,744 (GROWLING)

1379 01:11:29,746 --> 01:11:31,677 - (LAUGHING) - (SIGHS)

1380 01:11:31,679 --> 01:11:33,711 Jack-Jack has powers?

1381 01:11:33,713 --> 01:11:34,844 Well, yeah, but...

1382 01:11:34,846 --> 01:11:36,278 - You knew about this? - Yeah.

1383 01:11:36,280 --> 01:11:38,111 - VIOLET: Why didn't you tell us? - I don't know.

1384 01:11:38,113 --> 01:11:40,644 We're your kids. We need to know these things.

1385 01:11:40,646 --> 01:11:41,944 - Did you tell Mom? - No.

1386 01:11:41,946 --> 01:11:43,844 - Why not? - Your mother is not...

1387 01:11:43,846 --> 01:11:45,578 You'd want us to tell you, wouldn't you?

1388 01:11:45,580 --> 01:11:46,912 - Why would you not tell Mom? - Because I didn't wanna...

1389 01:11:46,914 --> 01:11:48,112 What?

1390 01:11:48,114 --> 01:11:49,312 - Come on, man. - Because it's not the time.

1391 01:11:49,314 --> 01:11:50,578 - Why? - Because...

1392 01:11:50,580 --> 01:11:51,678 So uncool!

1393 01:11:51,680 --> 01:11:53,812 Because I'm formulating, okay?

1394 01:11:53,814 --> 01:11:56,712 I'm taking in information, I'm processing!

1395 01:11:56,714 --> 01:11:58,778 I'm doing the math, I'm fixing the boyfriend...

1396 01:11:58,780 --> 01:12:00,012 and keeping the baby

1397 01:12:00,014 --> 01:12:01,245 from turning into a flaming monster!

1398 01:12:01,247 --> 01:12:02,680 How do I do it?

1399 01:12:03,647 --> 01:12:05,812 By rolling with the punches, baby!

1400 01:12:05,814 --> 01:12:08,546 I eat thunder and crap lightning, okay?

1401 01:12:08,548 --> 01:12:10,113 'Cause I'm Mr. Incredible!

1402 01:12:10,115 --> 01:12:13,646 Not Mr. So-So or Mr. Mediocre-Guy.

1403 01:12:13,648 --> 01:12:16,213 Mr. Incredible!

1404 01:12:16,215 --> 01:12:17,846 (JACK-JACK CHUCKLES)

1405 01:12:17,848 --> 01:12:20,080 We should call Lucius.

1406 01:12:20,082 --> 01:12:21,746 No. I can handle it.

1407 01:12:21,748 --> 01:12:24,080 - There's no way I'm gonna... - (SNEEZES)

1408 01:12:24,082 --> 01:12:25,846 (BOB GASPS)

1409 01:12:25,848 --> 01:12:27,713 (YELLING)

1410 01:12:27,715 --> 01:12:29,681 (JACK-JACK SCREAMING)

1411 01:12:33,149 --> 01:12:34,916 Dada.

1412 01:12:35,716 --> 01:12:37,847 I'm calling Lucius.

1413 01:12:37,849 --> 01:12:41,114 - (TV PLAYING) - (LAUGHING)

1414 01:12:41,116 --> 01:12:43,847 Looks normal to me. When did this start happening?

1415 01:12:43,849 --> 01:12:45,880 Since Helen got the job.

1416 01:12:45,882 --> 01:12:47,814 - I assume she knows? - Are you kidding?

1417 01:12:47,816 --> 01:12:49,114 I can't tell her about this,

1418 01:12:49,116 --> 01:12:50,647 not while she's doing hero work!

1419 01:12:50,649 --> 01:12:51,947 Mama!

1420 01:12:51,949 --> 01:12:53,314 ELASTIGIRL: (ON TV) Girls, come on.

1421 01:12:53,316 --> 01:12:54,847 Leave the saving the world to the men?

1422 01:12:54,849 --> 01:12:56,215 - I don't think so. - Mama!

1423 01:12:56,217 --> 01:12:58,082 I've got to succeed!

1424 01:12:58,084 --> 01:12:59,781 So she can succeed.

1425 01:12:59,783 --> 01:13:02,248 - So we can succeed! - I get it, Bob!

1426 01:13:02,250 --> 01:13:05,215 I get it. When was the last time you slept?

1427 01:13:05,217 --> 01:13:07,048 Who keeps track of that?

1428 01:13:07,050 --> 01:13:08,614 Besides, he's a baby.

1429 01:13:08,616 --> 01:13:10,982 I can handle it, I got this handled.

1430 01:13:10,984 --> 01:13:12,915 So, you good then?

1431 01:13:12,917 --> 01:13:15,315 You got everything under control? Right?

1432 01:13:15,317 --> 01:13:16,950 (JACK-JACK GURGLING)

1433 01:13:18,150 --> 01:13:19,581 What the...?

1434 01:13:19,583 --> 01:13:20,682 (JACK-JACK GURGLING FROM OTHER DIMENSION)

1435 01:13:20,684 --> 01:13:22,749 Cookie! Cha Cha want a cookie?

1436 01:13:22,751 --> 01:13:25,682 Num-num cookie? Cha Cha wanna num-num?

1437 01:13:25,684 --> 01:13:28,549 Num-num cookie! Cookie!

1438 01:13:28,551 --> 01:13:29,716 - You're not... - Cookie!

1439 01:13:29,718 --> 01:13:31,016 - Oh, my God! - Cookie!

1440 01:13:31,018 --> 01:13:33,016 - Dada! Dada. Dada. - LUCIUS: Whoa.

1441 01:13:33,018 --> 01:13:34,816 Okay! Okay.

1442 01:13:34,818 --> 01:13:36,782 So, he can still hear you from the...

1443 01:13:36,784 --> 01:13:38,816 From the other dimension, yeah.

1444 01:13:38,818 --> 01:13:40,916 That is freaky. I mean, that's not like...

1445 01:13:40,918 --> 01:13:43,950 Not like our other kids. No, it is not.

1446 01:13:43,952 --> 01:13:46,650 - Full powers, totally random. - (GURGLING)

1447 01:13:46,652 --> 01:13:48,984 So now, he's what? Is he good?

1448 01:13:48,986 --> 01:13:51,117 Yeah, you'd think so, right?

1449 01:13:51,119 --> 01:13:54,217 Obviously, I can't keep giving him cookies!

1450 01:13:54,219 --> 01:13:56,184 - Uh-uh? - But if I stop...

1451 01:13:56,186 --> 01:13:57,685 (GROWLING)

1452 01:13:59,752 --> 01:14:01,750 Ahhh! He is freaking! Again, he is freaking!

1453 01:14:01,752 --> 01:14:03,250 No biting the daddy!

1454 01:14:03,252 --> 01:14:04,618 - What the...? - No biting!

1455 01:14:10,187 --> 01:14:12,619 - (CRYING) - Okay.

1456 01:14:14,020 --> 01:14:17,118 I think I just need a little bit of me time.

1457 01:14:17,120 --> 01:14:18,651 Then I'll be good to go.

1458 01:14:18,653 --> 01:14:20,818 Oh, you need more than me time, Bob.

1459 01:14:20,820 --> 01:14:22,718 You need major life realignment

1460 01:14:22,720 --> 01:14:23,951 on a number of levels.

1461 01:14:23,953 --> 01:14:26,718 Starting with baby superfreak here!

1462 01:14:26,720 --> 01:14:30,586 You need some solid outside-the-box thinking.

1463 01:14:39,121 --> 01:14:40,719 Galbaki?

1464 01:14:40,721 --> 01:14:44,785 Elastigirl's supersuit is by Galbaki?

1465 01:14:44,787 --> 01:14:46,252 Explain yourself!

1466 01:14:46,254 --> 01:14:49,286 (JACK-JACK CRYING)

1467 01:14:49,288 --> 01:14:52,052 Oh, my God. You're worse than I thought.

1468 01:14:52,054 --> 01:14:55,152 It's the baby. I brought the baby.

1469 01:14:55,154 --> 01:14:56,720 (JACK-JACK SQUEALS)

1470 01:14:56,722 --> 01:14:58,989 Oh, highly unusual.

1471 01:15:06,322 --> 01:15:08,120 You look ghastly, Robert.

1472 01:15:08,122 --> 01:15:10,287 I haven't been sleeping.

1473 01:15:10,289 --> 01:15:13,987 I broke my daughter, they keep changing math...

1474 01:15:13,989 --> 01:15:17,053 we needed double-A batteries, but I got triple-A's...

1475 01:15:17,055 --> 01:15:19,988 and now we still need double-A batteries.

1476 01:15:19,990 --> 01:15:22,288 I put one red thing in a load of whites

1477 01:15:22,290 --> 01:15:24,587 and now everything's pink.

1478 01:15:24,589 --> 01:15:25,854 And I think we need eggs.

1479 01:15:25,856 --> 01:15:29,620 Done properly, parenting is a heroic act.

1480 01:15:29,622 --> 01:15:31,121 Done properly.

1481 01:15:31,123 --> 01:15:34,288 I am fortunate that it has never afflicted me.

1482 01:15:34,290 --> 01:15:35,988 But you do not come to me

1483 01:15:35,990 --> 01:15:38,620 for eggs and batteries, Robert.

1484 01:15:38,622 --> 01:15:40,021 I design herowear

1485 01:15:40,023 --> 01:15:42,687 and Elastigirl must have a new suit.

1486 01:15:42,689 --> 01:15:45,289 (SIGHS) Actually, it's Jack-Jack.

1487 01:15:45,291 --> 01:15:48,122 You also wish a new suit for the baby?

1488 01:15:48,124 --> 01:15:52,155 I would hardly classify this as an emergency.

1489 01:15:52,157 --> 01:15:54,922 Well, he's a special case. Worth studying.

1490 01:15:54,924 --> 01:15:57,022 If I could just leave him with you for a while...

1491 01:15:57,024 --> 01:15:58,857 Leave him? Here?

1492 01:15:59,957 --> 01:16:02,089 I am not a baby person, Robert.

1493 01:16:02,091 --> 01:16:05,055 I have no baby facilities. I am an artist.

1494 01:16:05,057 --> 01:16:08,125 I do not involve myself in the prosaic day-to-day to...

1495 01:16:09,092 --> 01:16:10,591 day.

1496 01:16:12,058 --> 01:16:13,723 (CHUCKLES)

1497 01:16:13,725 --> 01:16:15,691 Fascinating!

1498 01:16:18,125 --> 01:16:19,992 Are you seeing this, Robert?

1499 01:16:21,858 --> 01:16:22,992 Dada.

1500 01:16:24,225 --> 01:16:25,323 (SNEEZES)

1501 01:16:25,325 --> 01:16:26,958 (SCREAMING)

1502 01:16:31,926 --> 01:16:34,859 - (GIGGLING) - Oh, my God.

1503 01:16:35,792 --> 01:16:37,124 Yes!

1504 01:16:37,126 --> 01:16:38,957 Of course you can leave the baby overnight.

1505 01:16:38,959 --> 01:16:40,690 I'm sure filling in for Helen is challenging,

1506 01:16:40,692 --> 01:16:41,890 and you are very tired...

1507 01:16:41,892 --> 01:16:42,991 and the other children need you

1508 01:16:42,993 --> 01:16:44,690 and miss you, and you must go to them.

1509 01:16:44,692 --> 01:16:46,124 Auntie Edna will take care of everything...

1510 01:16:46,126 --> 01:16:48,926 so, drive safely and goodbye. I enjoy our visits.

1511 01:16:51,592 --> 01:16:53,257 "Auntie Edna"?

1512 01:16:53,259 --> 01:16:55,760 - (UPBEAT MUSIC PLAYING) - (INDISTINCT CHATTER)

1513 01:16:57,760 --> 01:17:00,058 - (GLASS CLINKING) - WINSTON: Attention. Attention.

1514 01:17:00,060 --> 01:17:02,725 I wanna thank everyone that came out tonight...

1515 01:17:02,727 --> 01:17:04,125 in support of superheroes...

1516 01:17:04,127 --> 01:17:07,725 and bringing them back into society!

1517 01:17:07,727 --> 01:17:09,325 - (ALL APPLAUDING) - You all made it happen.

1518 01:17:09,327 --> 01:17:10,758 The need for this has been made

1519 01:17:10,760 --> 01:17:12,125 crystal clear in recent days...

1520 01:17:12,127 --> 01:17:14,058 with bad actors like the self-proclaimed

1521 01:17:14,060 --> 01:17:16,225 Screenslaver threatening our peace.

1522 01:17:16,227 --> 01:17:17,825 His reign was short, huh?

1523 01:17:17,827 --> 01:17:19,926 - (ALL CHEER) - And thanks to this woman...

1524 01:17:19,928 --> 01:17:23,093 a great super. You love her. You missed her.

1525 01:17:23,095 --> 01:17:26,993 - Welcome back, Elastigirl. - (ALL CHEERING)

1526 01:17:26,995 --> 01:17:29,792 Come on up here. Don't be bashful.

1527 01:17:29,794 --> 01:17:32,193 - Come on. Get up here. - (GLASSES CLINKING)

1528 01:17:32,195 --> 01:17:34,993 I want you to have this.

1529 01:17:34,995 --> 01:17:36,759 A memento.

1530 01:17:36,761 --> 01:17:40,126 Thanks, Winston, Evelyn, and everyone at DEVTECH.

1531 01:17:40,128 --> 01:17:42,126 I am forever in your debt.

1532 01:17:42,128 --> 01:17:43,860 And thanks to all of you,

1533 01:17:43,862 --> 01:17:46,960 your pressure changed all the right minds.

1534 01:17:46,962 --> 01:17:49,260 We've made amazing headway in a very short time...

1535 01:17:49,262 --> 01:17:52,727 which leads me to an important announcement.

1536 01:17:52,729 --> 01:17:54,927 Just now, at a worldwide summit...

1537 01:17:54,929 --> 01:17:56,827 leaders from more than a hundred

1538 01:17:56,829 --> 01:17:58,593 of the world's top countries...

1539 01:17:58,595 --> 01:18:02,127 have agreed to make superheroes legal again!

1540 01:18:02,129 --> 01:18:03,927 (ALL CHEERING)

1541 01:18:03,929 --> 01:18:05,727 We'll gather superheroes and leaders

1542 01:18:05,729 --> 01:18:06,927 from all over the planet...

1543 01:18:06,929 --> 01:18:08,728 on our boat, the Everjust...

1544 01:18:08,730 --> 01:18:12,095 for a televised signing ceremony at sea.

1545 01:18:12,097 --> 01:18:15,995 Now if you'll excuse us, we got a ship to catch!

1546 01:18:15,997 --> 01:18:17,730 (ALL CHEERING)

1547 01:18:19,163 --> 01:18:21,561 WINSTON: So good to see you. Thanks for coming out.

1548 01:18:21,563 --> 01:18:23,561 Hey. Hi, it's me, again.

1549 01:18:23,563 --> 01:18:26,694 Um, there's, uh, something I've always wanted to ask you.

1550 01:18:26,696 --> 01:18:29,261 Yeah, how do you balance the superhero stuff

1551 01:18:29,263 --> 01:18:31,061 with the life stuff?

1552 01:18:31,063 --> 01:18:33,262 I know I can handle the superhero stuff.

1553 01:18:33,264 --> 01:18:34,897 (CONVERSATION FADES)

1554 01:18:36,164 --> 01:18:37,595 Uh-huh, uh-huh. Oh.

1555 01:18:37,597 --> 01:18:39,595 Would you please excuse me a moment?

1556 01:18:39,597 --> 01:18:42,296 Oh. Yeah, okay, see you later! Good talk!

1557 01:18:42,298 --> 01:18:43,864 (INDISTINCT CHATTER)

1558 01:19:03,865 --> 01:19:06,165 - BOB: Hey, Vi. - Hey.

1559 01:19:07,232 --> 01:19:08,696 Where's Jack-Jack?

1560 01:19:08,698 --> 01:19:09,896 BOB: E's taking him for a little bit.

1561 01:19:09,898 --> 01:19:12,663 - Edna is babysitting? - Yeah.

1562 01:19:12,665 --> 01:19:14,730 And you're okay with this?

1563 01:19:14,732 --> 01:19:17,165 Yeah. I don't know why, but yeah.

1564 01:19:17,999 --> 01:19:19,063 (BOB SIGHS)

1565 01:19:19,065 --> 01:19:21,766 I wanted to say something to you.

1566 01:19:22,799 --> 01:19:25,198 Sorry about Tony.

1567 01:19:25,200 --> 01:19:28,164 I didn't think about Dicker erasing his memory...

1568 01:19:28,166 --> 01:19:31,831 or about you having to pay the price for a choice...

1569 01:19:31,833 --> 01:19:35,764 you never made. It's not fair, I know.

1570 01:19:35,766 --> 01:19:37,831 And then, I made it worse at the restaurant

1571 01:19:37,833 --> 01:19:39,298 by trying to...

1572 01:19:39,300 --> 01:19:41,298 Anyway. Anyway...

1573 01:19:41,300 --> 01:19:43,164 I'm sorry.

1574 01:19:43,166 --> 01:19:44,732 I'm used to knowing

1575 01:19:44,734 --> 01:19:46,631 what the right thing to do is...

1576 01:19:46,633 --> 01:19:49,798 but now, I'm not sure anymore.

1577 01:19:49,800 --> 01:19:51,900 I just wanna be...

1578 01:19:53,001 --> 01:19:54,132 (SIGHS)

1579 01:19:54,134 --> 01:19:55,667 a good dad.

1580 01:19:59,301 --> 01:20:01,667 VIOLET: You're not good.

1581 01:20:03,600 --> 01:20:05,067 You're super.

1582 01:20:06,567 --> 01:20:07,868 (BOB SNORING)

1583 01:20:14,801 --> 01:20:17,766 Are superheroes allowed to drink on duty?

1584 01:20:17,768 --> 01:20:20,899 I'm definitely not on duty. Ignore the costume.

1585 01:20:20,901 --> 01:20:23,033 I know I should be up there...

1586 01:20:23,035 --> 01:20:25,233 but I had to step away from the grip and grins, you know?

1587 01:20:25,235 --> 01:20:28,632 Gotta get away to keep it pure. I know I do.

1588 01:20:28,634 --> 01:20:30,133 What are you getting away from?

1589 01:20:30,135 --> 01:20:33,700 Eh, you know, company stuff. My brother, mostly.

1590 01:20:33,702 --> 01:20:35,700 But you love him, you two are this company.

1591 01:20:35,702 --> 01:20:37,067 Yin and yang.

1592 01:20:37,069 --> 01:20:39,201 Yeah, I invent the stuff, he's good at people.

1593 01:20:39,203 --> 01:20:43,734 Pleasing them, engaging them, figuring out what they want.

1594 01:20:43,736 --> 01:20:45,867 I never know what people want.

1595 01:20:45,869 --> 01:20:47,702 What do you think they want?

1596 01:20:48,003 --> 01:20:49,067 Ease.

1597 01:20:49,069 --> 01:20:52,001 People will trade quality for ease every time.

1598 01:20:52,003 --> 01:20:55,601 It may be crap, but hey, it's convenient.

1599 01:20:55,603 --> 01:20:57,302 Yeah. Kind of like this case.

1600 01:20:57,304 --> 01:20:58,634 What? The Screenslaver?

1601 01:20:58,636 --> 01:21:00,335 Yeah, something's not sitting right.

1602 01:21:00,337 --> 01:21:01,868 It was too easy.

1603 01:21:01,870 --> 01:21:04,636 That was too easy? (CHUCKLES) Wow.

1604 01:21:05,237 --> 01:21:07,268 - Funny. - What?

1605 01:21:07,270 --> 01:21:08,868 Look at that.

1606 01:21:08,870 --> 01:21:13,002 One of Screenslaver's monitors is tuned into my suit cam.

1607 01:21:13,004 --> 01:21:14,935 What?

1608 01:21:14,937 --> 01:21:17,068 Isn't the suit cam closed circuit?

1609 01:21:17,070 --> 01:21:17,835 It is.

1610 01:21:17,837 --> 01:21:20,702 Then how come Screenslaver has it?

1611 01:21:20,704 --> 01:21:22,169 Maybe he hacked it?

1612 01:21:22,171 --> 01:21:24,869 So, he's sophisticated enough to do that...

1613 01:21:24,871 --> 01:21:27,635 but he has simple locks on his doors?

1614 01:21:27,637 --> 01:21:29,669 Maybe he wanted you to find him.

1615 01:21:29,671 --> 01:21:31,136 He wanted to get caught?

1616 01:21:31,138 --> 01:21:33,103 He wanted you to win.

1617 01:21:33,105 --> 01:21:35,602 That makes no sense. He's a brilliant guy.

1618 01:21:35,604 --> 01:21:36,869 If he's smart enough to conceive

1619 01:21:36,871 --> 01:21:38,336 of technology like this...

1620 01:21:38,338 --> 01:21:40,869 he's smart enough to think of something to do with it.

1621 01:21:40,871 --> 01:21:43,003 The guy we put in jail delivered pizzas.

1622 01:21:43,005 --> 01:21:43,970 So?

1623 01:21:43,972 --> 01:21:45,770 Einstein was a patent clerk.

1624 01:21:45,772 --> 01:21:47,903 Look, you won. You got the guy who...

1625 01:21:47,905 --> 01:21:50,270 Wait. All Screenslaver needs to do

1626 01:21:50,272 --> 01:21:51,670 to hypnotize someone...

1627 01:21:51,672 --> 01:21:53,770 is get a screen in front of their eyes.

1628 01:21:53,772 --> 01:21:57,939 But what if the screen doesn't look like a screen?

1629 01:22:00,139 --> 01:22:04,670 What if the pizza guy is really a pizza guy...

1630 01:22:04,672 --> 01:22:05,970 but he was controlled by the screens

1631 01:22:05,972 --> 01:22:07,139 built into his glasses...

1632 01:22:08,606 --> 01:22:10,639 You are good.

1633 01:22:14,706 --> 01:22:15,738 JONNY QUEST: (ON TV) Look, the robot!

1634 01:22:15,740 --> 01:22:17,138 It's taking off.

1635 01:22:17,140 --> 01:22:18,938 DR. QUEST: I'm not getting a reading yet.

1636 01:22:18,940 --> 01:22:19,871 - RACE: Press "fire"? - DR. QUEST: Now!

1637 01:22:19,873 --> 01:22:21,806 (MUSIC PLAYING ON TV)

1638 01:22:22,973 --> 01:22:23,871 More power.

1639 01:22:23,873 --> 01:22:26,838 JONNY QUEST: Oh, I hope this works, Dad.

1640 01:22:26,840 --> 01:22:29,738 I thought it was best to just let you sleep.

1641 01:22:29,740 --> 01:22:32,672 Seventeen hours.

1642 01:22:32,674 --> 01:22:35,039 - How do you feel? - (CHUCKLES)

1643 01:22:35,041 --> 01:22:36,139 Super.

1644 01:22:36,141 --> 01:22:39,106 - You got it, Dad. - Hurray!

1645 01:22:39,108 --> 01:22:41,139 BOB: I can't tell you how much I appreciate

1646 01:22:41,141 --> 01:22:43,206 you watching Jack-Jack for me, E.

1647 01:22:43,208 --> 01:22:46,638 Yes, I'm sure your gratitude is quite inexpressible.

1648 01:22:46,640 --> 01:22:48,272 Don't ask me to do it again, darling.

1649 01:22:48,274 --> 01:22:49,872 My rates are far too high.

1650 01:22:49,874 --> 01:22:50,905 Oh, uh...

1651 01:22:50,907 --> 01:22:53,339 I am joking, Robert. I enjoyed the assignment.

1652 01:22:53,341 --> 01:22:55,273 He is bright and I am stimulating.

1653 01:22:55,275 --> 01:22:57,307 We deserve each other.

1654 01:22:57,309 --> 01:22:59,673 Your child is a polymorph.

1655 01:22:59,675 --> 01:23:02,007 Like all babies, he has enormous potential.

1656 01:23:02,009 --> 01:23:03,806 It is not unknown for supers

1657 01:23:03,808 --> 01:23:05,639 to have more than one power when young...

1658 01:23:05,641 --> 01:23:08,273 - but this little one has many. - (BABBLING)

1659 01:23:08,275 --> 01:23:11,641 Yes, you have many powers.

1660 01:23:20,609 --> 01:23:22,010 (BABBLING)

1661 01:23:25,043 --> 01:23:27,274 EDNA: I understand your lack of sleep

1662 01:23:27,276 --> 01:23:28,741 and coherency, Robert.

1663 01:23:28,743 --> 01:23:30,208 Babies can be anything,

1664 01:23:30,210 --> 01:23:31,874 and your child is no exception.

1665 01:23:31,876 --> 01:23:34,774 He has pure, unlimited potential, Robert.

1666 01:23:34,776 --> 01:23:37,841 He slept while I worked in a creative fever.

1667 01:23:37,843 --> 01:23:40,241 Auntie Edna stayed up all night...

1668 01:23:40,243 --> 01:23:43,008 making sure you look fabulous in your many forms.

1669 01:23:43,010 --> 01:23:45,708 What are you... You're putting him in the...

1670 01:23:45,710 --> 01:23:46,942 In the chamber, Robert.

1671 01:23:46,944 --> 01:23:48,742 He is part of the demonstration

1672 01:23:48,744 --> 01:23:49,875 and will be fine.

1673 01:23:49,877 --> 01:23:51,875 Your challenge is to manage a baby

1674 01:23:51,877 --> 01:23:53,641 who has multiple powers...

1675 01:23:53,643 --> 01:23:56,775 and no control over them, yes?

1676 01:23:56,777 --> 01:23:58,275 Huh. That sums it up.

1677 01:23:58,277 --> 01:23:59,808 I often work to music

1678 01:23:59,810 --> 01:24:02,742 and I noticed the baby responds to it as well.

1679 01:24:02,744 --> 01:24:04,742 Specifically, Mozart.

1680 01:24:04,744 --> 01:24:06,242 - (CLASSICAL MUSIC PLAYING) - I blended Kevlar

1681 01:24:06,244 --> 01:24:08,609 with carbyne for durability under duress...

1682 01:24:08,611 --> 01:24:10,276 and cotton for comfort.

1683 01:24:10,278 --> 01:24:13,843 Interwoven with these fabrics are a mesh of tiny sensors...

1684 01:24:13,845 --> 01:24:16,909 that monitor the baby's physical properties.

1685 01:24:16,911 --> 01:24:19,943 Oh, Lord! (STAMMERS) What is he doing?

1686 01:24:19,945 --> 01:24:23,010 Well, it's Mozart, Robert. Can you blame him?

1687 01:24:23,012 --> 01:24:25,310 The important thing is that the suit and tracker...

1688 01:24:25,312 --> 01:24:27,609 anticipated the change and alerted you.

1689 01:24:27,611 --> 01:24:28,709 Oh, no. Cookies.

1690 01:24:28,711 --> 01:24:30,210 I gotta get cookies!

1691 01:24:30,212 --> 01:24:32,177 You do not need cookies.

1692 01:24:32,179 --> 01:24:33,311 As I learned quite painfully

1693 01:24:33,313 --> 01:24:34,643 last night...

1694 01:24:34,645 --> 01:24:36,211 any solution involving cookies

1695 01:24:36,213 --> 01:24:39,277 will inevitably result in the demon baby.

1696 01:24:39,279 --> 01:24:40,612 (GROWLING)

1697 01:24:41,179 --> 01:24:42,710 "Combustion imminent"?

1698 01:24:42,712 --> 01:24:43,944 What does that mean?

1699 01:24:43,946 --> 01:24:44,844 (YELPS)

1700 01:24:44,846 --> 01:24:46,610 It means fire, Robert,

1701 01:24:46,612 --> 01:24:48,844 for which the suit has countermeasures.

1702 01:24:48,846 --> 01:24:51,710 I suggest you extinguish the baby's flames

1703 01:24:51,712 --> 01:24:53,812 before he trips the sprinkler system.

1704 01:24:55,747 --> 01:24:57,578 - (BOB EXHALES) - The flame retardant

1705 01:24:57,580 --> 01:24:59,778 is blackberry lavender, darling.

1706 01:24:59,780 --> 01:25:02,678 Effective, edible, and delicious.

1707 01:25:02,680 --> 01:25:05,945 Well, what do you know? That is useful.

1708 01:25:05,947 --> 01:25:08,845 Although, I have doubtlessly exceeded your expectations

1709 01:25:08,847 --> 01:25:10,845 for a single night's work...

1710 01:25:10,847 --> 01:25:12,145 the suit and device contain

1711 01:25:12,147 --> 01:25:14,345 a few more features we need to discuss.

1712 01:25:14,347 --> 01:25:16,945 Thanks again, E, for everything.

1713 01:25:16,947 --> 01:25:18,678 How much do I owe you for...

1714 01:25:18,680 --> 01:25:21,645 Pish-posh, darling. Your bill will be covered by my fee...

1715 01:25:21,647 --> 01:25:23,746 for being Mr. Incredible, Elastigirl,

1716 01:25:23,748 --> 01:25:26,146 and Frozone's exclusive designer...

1717 01:25:26,148 --> 01:25:28,812 throughout the known universe and until the end of time.

1718 01:25:28,814 --> 01:25:30,846 But babysitting this one...

1719 01:25:30,848 --> 01:25:33,881 I do for free, darling.

1720 01:25:45,615 --> 01:25:46,849 (GASPS)

1721 01:25:49,016 --> 01:25:50,147 (GRUNTS)

1722 01:25:50,149 --> 01:25:51,280 (STRAINING)

1723 01:25:51,282 --> 01:25:52,613 EVELYN: (ON SPEAKERS) I would resist

1724 01:25:52,615 --> 01:25:53,913 the temptation to stretch.

1725 01:25:53,915 --> 01:25:57,014 The temperature around you is well below freezing.

1726 01:25:57,016 --> 01:25:59,780 Try to stretch and you'll break.

1727 01:25:59,782 --> 01:26:02,580 So, you're the Screenslaver.

1728 01:26:02,582 --> 01:26:04,913 Yes and no.

1729 01:26:04,915 --> 01:26:07,714 Let's say, I created the character

1730 01:26:07,716 --> 01:26:09,614 and pre-recorded the messages.

1731 01:26:09,616 --> 01:26:10,981 - Does Winston know? - (SCOFFS)

1732 01:26:10,983 --> 01:26:13,914 That I'm the Screenslaver? Of course not.

1733 01:26:13,916 --> 01:26:16,348 Can you imagine what Mr. Free Enterprise

1734 01:26:16,350 --> 01:26:18,148 would do with my hypnosis technology?

1735 01:26:18,150 --> 01:26:19,814 Worse than what you're doing?

1736 01:26:19,816 --> 01:26:21,948 Hey, I'm using the technology

1737 01:26:21,950 --> 01:26:23,781 to destroy people's trust in it.

1738 01:26:23,783 --> 01:26:26,215 Like I'm using superheroes.

1739 01:26:26,217 --> 01:26:27,781 Who did I put in jail?

1740 01:26:27,783 --> 01:26:29,048 Pizza delivery guy.

1741 01:26:29,050 --> 01:26:30,848 Seemed the right height, build.

1742 01:26:30,850 --> 01:26:33,149 He gave you a pretty good fight.

1743 01:26:33,151 --> 01:26:34,749 I should say I gave you

1744 01:26:34,751 --> 01:26:36,116 a pretty good fight through him.

1745 01:26:36,118 --> 01:26:37,882 (SHIVERING) But it doesn't bother you

1746 01:26:37,884 --> 01:26:39,782 that an innocent man is in jail?

1747 01:26:39,784 --> 01:26:43,016 Eh, he was surly and the pizza was cold.

1748 01:26:43,018 --> 01:26:44,749 I counted on you.

1749 01:26:44,751 --> 01:26:46,182 That's why you failed.

1750 01:26:46,184 --> 01:26:47,749 What?

1751 01:26:47,751 --> 01:26:50,282 Why would you count on me? Because I built you a bike?

1752 01:26:50,284 --> 01:26:52,782 Because my brother knows the words

1753 01:26:52,784 --> 01:26:53,882 to your theme song?

1754 01:26:53,884 --> 01:26:55,616 We don't know each other.

1755 01:26:55,618 --> 01:26:57,217 But you can count on me anyway.

1756 01:26:57,219 --> 01:26:58,983 I am supposed to, aren't I?

1757 01:26:58,985 --> 01:27:01,583 Because you have some strange abilities

1758 01:27:01,585 --> 01:27:02,816 and a shiny costume...

1759 01:27:02,818 --> 01:27:05,250 the rest of us are supposed to put our lives

1760 01:27:05,252 --> 01:27:07,283 into your gloved hands.

1761 01:27:07,285 --> 01:27:09,816 That's what my father believed.

1762 01:27:09,818 --> 01:27:13,583 When our home was broken into, my mother wanted to hide.

1763 01:27:13,585 --> 01:27:15,883 Begged my father to use the safe room.

1764 01:27:15,885 --> 01:27:20,284 But Father insisted they call his superhero friends.

1765 01:27:20,286 --> 01:27:25,084 He died, pointlessly, stupidly...

1766 01:27:25,086 --> 01:27:27,751 waiting for heroes to save the day.

1767 01:27:27,753 --> 01:27:29,151 But why would you...

1768 01:27:29,153 --> 01:27:30,819 - Your brother... - Is a child!

1769 01:27:31,353 --> 01:27:33,018 He remembers the time

1770 01:27:33,020 --> 01:27:35,151 when we had parents and superheroes.

1771 01:27:35,153 --> 01:27:39,084 So, like a child, Winston conflates the two.

1772 01:27:39,086 --> 01:27:42,851 Mommy and Daddy went away because supers went away.

1773 01:27:42,853 --> 01:27:45,618 Our sweet parents were fools

1774 01:27:45,620 --> 01:27:47,718 to put their lives in anybody else's hands.

1775 01:27:47,720 --> 01:27:49,887 Superheroes keep us weak.

1776 01:27:50,620 --> 01:27:52,221 Are you gonna kill me?

1777 01:27:53,054 --> 01:27:54,054 Nah.

1778 01:27:56,087 --> 01:27:57,618 Using you is better.

1779 01:27:57,620 --> 01:28:00,618 You're gonna help me make supers illegal...

1780 01:28:00,620 --> 01:28:02,087 forever.

1781 01:28:03,054 --> 01:28:04,754 (GRUNTING)

1782 01:28:07,088 --> 01:28:08,755 Dada. Dada.

1783 01:28:09,621 --> 01:28:11,821 Ready? Laser eyes.

1784 01:28:13,222 --> 01:28:14,286 Stop.

1785 01:28:14,288 --> 01:28:15,719 - Wow! - Yeah!

1786 01:28:15,721 --> 01:28:16,986 - Yay, Jack-Jack! - Yeah, baby!

1787 01:28:16,988 --> 01:28:18,253 And that's not all. Watch this.

1788 01:28:18,255 --> 01:28:20,055 Jack-Jack, blaster ready?

1789 01:28:21,621 --> 01:28:23,155 (IMITATES BLASTER FIRING)

1790 01:28:24,788 --> 01:28:26,886 - DASH: No way. - That is crazy cool.

1791 01:28:26,888 --> 01:28:28,186 My turn. I get to blast him first!

1792 01:28:28,188 --> 01:28:29,586 - Let me try. I want him. - Give him to me.

1793 01:28:29,588 --> 01:28:31,021 Hey, I'm just demonstrating.

1794 01:28:31,023 --> 01:28:33,021 No firing the baby around the house, you understand?

1795 01:28:33,023 --> 01:28:35,687 This is potentially dangerous...

1796 01:28:35,689 --> 01:28:38,820 and we're trying to teach him to control his powers, okay?

1797 01:28:38,822 --> 01:28:40,689 - (BEEPING) - Stop. See the screen.

1798 01:28:42,689 --> 01:28:44,987 He vanished! That's really cool!

1799 01:28:44,989 --> 01:28:46,187 (JACK-JACK BABBLING FROM OTHER DIMENSION)

1800 01:28:46,189 --> 01:28:47,754 Okay, good. Use the thing.

1801 01:28:47,756 --> 01:28:49,653 That's the current readout. Click it. See the readout?

1802 01:28:49,655 --> 01:28:51,620 Dimension four. See the shape?

1803 01:28:51,622 --> 01:28:53,587 That's the room. See where he is in relation?

1804 01:28:53,589 --> 01:28:54,756 So, where is he?

1805 01:28:56,157 --> 01:28:58,721 He's... there!

1806 01:28:58,723 --> 01:29:00,757 Okay. Come out. Num-num cookie?

1807 01:29:02,623 --> 01:29:03,955 - Yay, Jack-Jack! - Yeah, Jack-Jack!

1808 01:29:03,957 --> 01:29:05,890 - That's really cool. - (ALARM BEEPING)

1809 01:29:12,124 --> 01:29:14,588 - Hello? - Elastigirl's in trouble.

1810 01:29:14,590 --> 01:29:15,888 What? What happened to her?

1811 01:29:15,890 --> 01:29:17,588 Sorry to tell you on the phone.

1812 01:29:17,590 --> 01:29:19,023 Meet me on our ship at DEVTECH.

1813 01:29:19,025 --> 01:29:21,189 The ship at DEVTECH. I'll be there in 15 minutes.

1814 01:29:21,191 --> 01:29:23,622 VIOLET: What's at the ship at DEVTECH?

1815 01:29:23,624 --> 01:29:25,156 Lucius? Bob. Helen's in trouble.

1816 01:29:25,158 --> 01:29:26,889 I need someone to watch the kids.

1817 01:29:26,891 --> 01:29:28,589 Suit up. It might get weird.

1818 01:29:28,591 --> 01:29:30,156 I'll be there. ASAP. Fifteen tops.

1819 01:29:30,158 --> 01:29:32,156 HONEY: Where are you going ASAP?

1820 01:29:32,158 --> 01:29:33,789 You better be back ASAP!

1821 01:29:33,791 --> 01:29:35,023 And leaving that suit.

1822 01:29:35,025 --> 01:29:36,822 I gotta go. I'll be home soon.

1823 01:29:36,824 --> 01:29:38,156 Lucius will be here sooner.

1824 01:29:38,158 --> 01:29:40,323 No firing the baby around the house, okay?

1825 01:29:40,325 --> 01:29:42,089 What's at the ship at DEVTECH?

1826 01:29:42,091 --> 01:29:44,625 And why are you in your Supersuit?

1827 01:29:45,859 --> 01:29:47,625 (TIRES SCREECHING)

1828 01:29:51,026 --> 01:29:52,026 (GASPS)

1829 01:29:56,625 --> 01:29:58,024 Is that Mom's supersuit?

1830 01:29:58,026 --> 01:30:00,057 She may need it. You never know.

1831 01:30:00,059 --> 01:30:01,757 What's going on?

1832 01:30:01,759 --> 01:30:03,757 I don't know, but Dad called Lucius

1833 01:30:03,759 --> 01:30:05,757 after getting a call about Mom...

1834 01:30:05,759 --> 01:30:07,025 and then left.

1835 01:30:07,027 --> 01:30:08,791 I thought you renounced superheroes.

1836 01:30:08,793 --> 01:30:12,025 Yeah, well, I renounce my renunciation.

1837 01:30:12,027 --> 01:30:13,127 Put that on.

1838 01:30:15,027 --> 01:30:16,160 (DOORBELL RINGS)

1839 01:30:24,260 --> 01:30:26,991 Hello there, little fella.

1840 01:30:26,993 --> 01:30:28,624 Hello.

1841 01:30:28,626 --> 01:30:29,858 You kids aren't safe.

1842 01:30:29,860 --> 01:30:31,092 The Deavors sent us to take you...

1843 01:30:31,094 --> 01:30:33,959 FROZONE: Well, isn't that redundant?

1844 01:30:33,961 --> 01:30:36,927 The Deavors just sent me here to guard the house.

1845 01:30:39,228 --> 01:30:41,959 'Cause the kids aren't safe.

1846 01:30:41,961 --> 01:30:43,925 I get it, managerial screw-up.

1847 01:30:43,927 --> 01:30:45,359 Tell Winston I handled it.

1848 01:30:45,361 --> 01:30:47,026 You understand, Ms...

1849 01:30:47,028 --> 01:30:48,292 Voyd.

1850 01:30:48,294 --> 01:30:49,894 Ms. Voyd.

1851 01:30:51,128 --> 01:30:52,094 Drive safely.

1852 01:30:53,694 --> 01:30:54,759 (BEEPS)

1853 01:30:54,761 --> 01:30:55,962 (BOTH GASP)

1854 01:31:01,895 --> 01:31:05,926 The thing is, he wants us to bring you, too.

1855 01:31:05,928 --> 01:31:07,027 Hey.

1856 01:31:07,029 --> 01:31:08,626 (ALL GRUNT)

1857 01:31:08,628 --> 01:31:10,029 That isn't gonna hold them long.

1858 01:31:11,129 --> 01:31:12,760 Dash, grab the baby!

1859 01:31:12,762 --> 01:31:14,093 (ALL STRAINING)

1860 01:31:14,095 --> 01:31:15,593 (VIOLET SCREAMS)

1861 01:31:15,595 --> 01:31:16,762 Spread out!

1862 01:31:18,896 --> 01:31:19,927 - Whoa! - FROZONE: Oh!

1863 01:31:19,929 --> 01:31:21,829 (GRUNTS) Dash!

1864 01:31:22,629 --> 01:31:24,030 We gotta get to my car.

1865 01:31:26,363 --> 01:31:27,829 (ROARS)

1866 01:31:33,296 --> 01:31:35,361 What? What's going on?

1867 01:31:35,363 --> 01:31:36,763 Little fella!

1868 01:31:37,330 --> 01:31:38,829 (SCREECHING)

1869 01:31:44,730 --> 01:31:46,195 (STRAINING)

1870 01:31:46,197 --> 01:31:47,630 - (GROWLS) - (GASPS)

1871 01:31:49,231 --> 01:31:50,697 (GROANING)

1872 01:31:51,331 --> 01:31:53,628 (VIOLET SCREAMING)

1873 01:31:53,630 --> 01:31:55,195 (GRUNTS)

1874 01:31:55,197 --> 01:31:56,862 It worked!

1875 01:31:56,864 --> 01:31:58,031 (FROZONE GRUNTING)

1876 01:32:02,597 --> 01:32:04,131 Incredibile, windows down!

1877 01:32:05,997 --> 01:32:06,998 Dive in!

1878 01:32:11,965 --> 01:32:13,696 - (CHUCKLES) - (GRUNTS)

1879 01:32:13,698 --> 01:32:16,163 Incredibile, set voice identification.

1880 01:32:16,165 --> 01:32:17,696 Loudly, say your names.

1881 01:32:17,698 --> 01:32:20,963 - Violet Parr. - Dashiell Robert Parr.

1882 01:32:20,965 --> 01:32:22,132 (GRUNTING)

1883 01:32:23,265 --> 01:32:24,929 (GROANS)

1884 01:32:24,931 --> 01:32:25,996 Lucius!

1885 01:32:25,998 --> 01:32:28,032 - (YELLS) - Incredibile, escape!

1886 01:32:36,266 --> 01:32:37,764 Fill me in!

1887 01:32:37,766 --> 01:32:39,663 Good news and bad news. We found her.

1888 01:32:39,665 --> 01:32:41,031 She seems physically fine

1889 01:32:41,033 --> 01:32:42,730 but she's had an encounter with Screenslaver...

1890 01:32:42,732 --> 01:32:45,033 and she's acting kind of strange. In here.

1891 01:32:48,766 --> 01:32:50,031 Strange how?

1892 01:32:50,033 --> 01:32:51,732 (GROANING)

1893 01:32:58,300 --> 01:32:59,633 Helen? (GROANS)

1894 01:33:00,267 --> 01:33:01,967 Helen, what are you...

1895 01:33:03,067 --> 01:33:04,100 (CHOKING)

1896 01:33:10,633 --> 01:33:12,165 Helen, it's me.

1897 01:33:12,167 --> 01:33:13,167 (GASPS)

1898 01:33:18,768 --> 01:33:20,168 (GROANING)

1899 01:33:22,201 --> 01:33:23,235 (EXHALES)

1900 01:33:28,834 --> 01:33:30,901 Incredibile, pull over.

1901 01:33:35,368 --> 01:33:38,299 (SIGHS) We can't go to E's.

1902 01:33:38,301 --> 01:33:40,866 You saw those goggles they put on Lucius.

1903 01:33:40,868 --> 01:33:42,833 They were wearing them, too.

1904 01:33:42,835 --> 01:33:45,666 They're all under someone's control.

1905 01:33:45,668 --> 01:33:48,169 They've probably done the same to Mom.

1906 01:33:49,668 --> 01:33:51,833 Okay. Bad guys after us.

1907 01:33:51,835 --> 01:33:53,633 No Mom, no Dad.

1908 01:33:53,635 --> 01:33:54,833 No Lucius.

1909 01:33:54,835 --> 01:33:58,668 But we have our powers, this car...

1910 01:33:59,336 --> 01:34:02,900 and... what?

1911 01:34:02,902 --> 01:34:05,136 - (JACK-JACK COOING) - (RUMBLING)

1912 01:34:06,803 --> 01:34:08,070 (BOTH GASPING)

1913 01:34:14,936 --> 01:34:17,836 Incredibile, take us to DEVTECH.

1914 01:34:21,003 --> 01:34:23,368 The kids have escaped in a tricked-out car,

1915 01:34:23,370 --> 01:34:24,901 but we got Frozone.

1916 01:34:24,903 --> 01:34:27,903 Bring him to the ship at DEVTECH immediately.

1917 01:34:33,238 --> 01:34:35,336 Aw, we missed 'em!

1918 01:34:35,338 --> 01:34:39,937 Oh, I wish the Incredibile could follow that boat.

1919 01:34:42,637 --> 01:34:44,169 - What did you do? - I don't know.

1920 01:34:44,171 --> 01:34:47,136 - What did you do? - I didn't do anything!

1921 01:34:47,138 --> 01:34:48,670 (DASH SCREAMING)

1922 01:34:54,772 --> 01:34:57,972 Wow, this car does anything I say.

1923 01:35:05,638 --> 01:35:07,370 We didn't plan this well.

1924 01:35:07,372 --> 01:35:09,037 What do you mean? We're here, aren't we?

1925 01:35:09,039 --> 01:35:10,636 Yes, we're here.

1926 01:35:10,638 --> 01:35:13,039 We need to be up there.

1927 01:35:14,005 --> 01:35:15,170 Hey...

1928 01:35:15,172 --> 01:35:19,637 What if the Incredibile has ejector seats?

1929 01:35:19,639 --> 01:35:21,038 VIOLET: Wait, what? No.

1930 01:35:21,040 --> 01:35:22,771 - Yeah, baby! - No, don't say any more...

1931 01:35:22,773 --> 01:35:24,238 Max power! Launch!

1932 01:35:24,240 --> 01:35:25,739 (BOTH SCREAM)

1933 01:35:29,839 --> 01:35:31,704 (JACK-JACK LAUGHING)

1934 01:35:31,706 --> 01:35:33,670 Come on.

1935 01:35:33,672 --> 01:35:36,204 (INDISTINCT CHATTER)

1936 01:35:36,206 --> 01:35:37,871 Hello! Glad you could come.

1937 01:35:37,873 --> 01:35:39,839 Welcome to the conference.

1938 01:35:46,707 --> 01:35:48,141 (INDISTINCT CHATTER)

1939 01:35:50,174 --> 01:35:51,972 Our stars, where are they?

1940 01:35:51,974 --> 01:35:53,272 The event's about to start.

1941 01:35:53,274 --> 01:35:55,305 They didn't want to upstage the others.

1942 01:35:55,307 --> 01:35:57,805 They'll join for the signing.

1943 01:35:57,807 --> 01:36:00,305 Welcome, guests! You're in for a treat.

1944 01:36:00,307 --> 01:36:04,938 This ship is the largest hydrofoil on the planet.

1945 01:36:04,940 --> 01:36:06,072 So, hold onto something...

1946 01:36:06,074 --> 01:36:08,875 because we're going to open her up!

1947 01:36:15,308 --> 01:36:16,741 (ALL GASPING)

1948 01:36:24,641 --> 01:36:27,040 (ALL EXCLAIMING)

1949 01:36:27,042 --> 01:36:29,706 We need to find Mom and Dad. Stay here.

1950 01:36:29,708 --> 01:36:30,907 I'm gonna search for them.

1951 01:36:30,909 --> 01:36:33,341 Wait! Who's gonna watch Jack-Jack?

1952 01:36:33,343 --> 01:36:35,374 Suck it up. I won't be long.

1953 01:36:35,376 --> 01:36:38,041 Wait. Wait, but, but wait!

1954 01:36:38,043 --> 01:36:40,840 This is important. They are in trouble.

1955 01:36:40,842 --> 01:36:43,774 It's up to us. To us, understand?

1956 01:36:43,776 --> 01:36:46,675 Keep him amused but quiet!

1957 01:36:47,876 --> 01:36:48,909 Ugh.

1958 01:36:58,710 --> 01:37:00,743 - (CRYING) - Shh! Quiet!

1959 01:37:01,643 --> 01:37:02,810 Huh?

1960 01:37:05,643 --> 01:37:07,042 (LAUGHING)

1961 01:37:07,044 --> 01:37:08,044 Jack-Jack?

1962 01:37:09,676 --> 01:37:10,843 (VIOLET GRUNTS)

1963 01:37:17,877 --> 01:37:19,911 Jack-Jack? Jack-Jack!

1964 01:37:24,078 --> 01:37:25,078 (GASPS)

1965 01:37:26,045 --> 01:37:27,045 (YELPS)

1966 01:37:28,245 --> 01:37:30,145 (VIOLET GRUNTING)

1967 01:37:45,212 --> 01:37:46,678 (STRAINING)

1968 01:37:53,146 --> 01:37:54,010 Jack-Jack!

1969 01:37:54,012 --> 01:37:55,910 The mesmerized supers know we're here...

1970 01:37:55,912 --> 01:37:58,877 but I found Mom and Dad... Where's Jack-Jack?

1971 01:37:58,879 --> 01:38:02,044 You lost him? I gave you one thing to do!

1972 01:38:02,046 --> 01:38:03,812 The tracker. Use the tracker.

1973 01:38:05,645 --> 01:38:07,013 (BEEPING)

1974 01:38:07,713 --> 01:38:08,911 He's going up?

1975 01:38:08,913 --> 01:38:11,080 - He's in an elevator. - Let's go!

1976 01:38:13,013 --> 01:38:15,677 Hey, little baby. Where are your parents?

1977 01:38:15,679 --> 01:38:16,880 (GROWLING)

1978 01:38:18,213 --> 01:38:20,178 And here they are, folks!

1979 01:38:20,180 --> 01:38:23,078 The supers who started this whole thing.

1980 01:38:23,080 --> 01:38:25,078 EVELYN: I told you they'd be there in time.

1981 01:38:25,080 --> 01:38:27,778 Hey, did you make them new masks?

1982 01:38:27,780 --> 01:38:29,744 Yeah. Night vision, et cetera...

1983 01:38:29,746 --> 01:38:31,112 They look good, right?

1984 01:38:31,114 --> 01:38:32,879 WOMAN: (ON TV) So simple, even he can do it.

1985 01:38:32,881 --> 01:38:36,879 And we're back live in three, two, one...

1986 01:38:36,881 --> 01:38:38,645 This is a momentous occasion.

1987 01:38:38,647 --> 01:38:40,279 We've all managed to accomplish

1988 01:38:40,281 --> 01:38:43,779 something extraordinarily rare in today's world.

1989 01:38:43,781 --> 01:38:45,645 We agree on something.

1990 01:38:45,647 --> 01:38:47,014 (ALL LAUGHING)

1991 01:38:48,714 --> 01:38:51,812 We agree to undo a bad decision.

1992 01:38:51,814 --> 01:38:53,112 To make sure

1993 01:38:53,114 --> 01:38:55,013 a few extraordinarily gifted members...

1994 01:38:55,015 --> 01:38:57,813 of the world's many countries are treated fairly.

1995 01:38:57,815 --> 01:39:01,180 To invite them once again to use their gifts...

1996 01:39:01,182 --> 01:39:02,679 to benefit the world.

1997 01:39:02,681 --> 01:39:04,180 I thank all of you

1998 01:39:04,182 --> 01:39:07,047 for representing your nation's commitment to superheroes.

1999 01:39:07,049 --> 01:39:09,613 With special thanks to Ambassador Selick.

2000 01:39:09,615 --> 01:39:11,313 Yeah, it's okay. Let her hear you.

2001 01:39:11,315 --> 01:39:12,780 Thank you. Thank you so much.

2002 01:39:12,782 --> 01:39:14,080 WINSTON: Thank you, Ambassador,

2003 01:39:14,082 --> 01:39:16,213 for your early and very crucial support.

2004 01:39:16,215 --> 01:39:18,947 I can't think of anyone more deserving than you...

2005 01:39:18,949 --> 01:39:20,781 to be the first signature

2006 01:39:20,783 --> 01:39:23,916 on the International Superhero Accord.

2007 01:39:24,949 --> 01:39:27,050 - There it is! - (ALL CHEERING)

2008 01:39:29,283 --> 01:39:30,716 (ELEVATOR BELL DINGS)

2009 01:39:31,749 --> 01:39:33,183 (MUZAK PLAYING)

2010 01:39:37,616 --> 01:39:39,050 (JACK-JACK WHINING)

2011 01:39:40,749 --> 01:39:42,648 (GASPS) Holy cow!

2012 01:39:42,650 --> 01:39:45,017 I know he's on fire. Just put him out.

2013 01:39:46,251 --> 01:39:48,151 (GIGGLING)

2014 01:39:51,650 --> 01:39:53,650 (GASPS) They're coming.

2015 01:40:02,850 --> 01:40:04,315 Is it okay to give him that?

2016 01:40:04,317 --> 01:40:07,283 I wasn't hearing any better ideas.

2017 01:40:07,285 --> 01:40:08,918 (GIGGLING)

2018 01:40:22,185 --> 01:40:23,651 (WHINING)

2019 01:40:31,319 --> 01:40:33,051 No!

2020 01:40:33,053 --> 01:40:34,784 - (CRYING) - Come on, Jack-Jack.

2021 01:40:34,786 --> 01:40:36,051 We have to go.

2022 01:40:36,053 --> 01:40:37,186 Cookie num-num?

2023 01:40:38,319 --> 01:40:39,351 (GRUNTS)

2024 01:40:39,353 --> 01:40:41,086 (JACK-JACK BABBLING)

2025 01:40:49,786 --> 01:40:52,617 - Mama, Mama. - I see him. He's getting away!

2026 01:40:52,619 --> 01:40:53,919 Stand back.

2027 01:40:57,820 --> 01:40:59,987 - Darn it! - He's heading for Mom.

2028 01:41:02,354 --> 01:41:05,785 It is done. The world is super again.

2029 01:41:05,787 --> 01:41:07,220 (ALL CHEERING)

2030 01:41:11,054 --> 01:41:13,718 Group photo. Come on. Group photo, everyone.

2031 01:41:13,720 --> 01:41:16,651 Squeeze in. That's it. Historic occasion.

2032 01:41:16,653 --> 01:41:18,120 Everyone, smile.

2033 01:41:24,788 --> 01:41:26,752 Go on phase two.

2034 01:41:26,754 --> 01:41:29,153 Years of mandated hiding and silence

2035 01:41:29,155 --> 01:41:30,786 have made us bitter.

2036 01:41:30,788 --> 01:41:32,652 You bring us out into the light...

2037 01:41:32,654 --> 01:41:33,952 only to clean up the messes

2038 01:41:33,954 --> 01:41:36,019 your lack of discipline creates.

2039 01:41:36,021 --> 01:41:38,652 Your bodies and your character are weak.

2040 01:41:38,654 --> 01:41:42,320 Your promises are empty, and you will pay for it.

2041 01:41:42,322 --> 01:41:44,187 We no longer serve you.

2042 01:41:44,189 --> 01:41:45,787 We serve only us.

2043 01:41:45,789 --> 01:41:47,822 May the fittest survive.

2044 01:41:50,189 --> 01:41:51,220 Well, we, um...

2045 01:41:51,222 --> 01:41:53,987 Some very alarming moments there...

2046 01:41:53,989 --> 01:41:56,787 before the, uh, technical difficulties.

2047 01:41:56,789 --> 01:41:58,189 Please bear with us.

2048 01:42:10,057 --> 01:42:11,188 (SCREAMS)

2049 01:42:11,190 --> 01:42:12,854 What?

2050 01:42:12,856 --> 01:42:14,355 Mayday! Mayday! Mayday!

2051 01:42:14,357 --> 01:42:15,921 Hold! Let him talk.

2052 01:42:15,923 --> 01:42:17,921 Superheroes have forcibly taken the bridge. Repeat.

2053 01:42:17,923 --> 01:42:18,788 Now.

2054 01:42:18,790 --> 01:42:20,689 - (SCREAMS) - (GROANS)

2055 01:42:30,090 --> 01:42:31,688 A little further.

2056 01:42:31,690 --> 01:42:33,724 Little further. Stop.

2057 01:42:37,191 --> 01:42:38,191 (JACK-JACK COOING)

2058 01:42:39,291 --> 01:42:41,855 What the... A baby?

2059 01:42:41,857 --> 01:42:43,891 Mom and Dad. Uncle Lucius?

2060 01:42:46,324 --> 01:42:48,056 - My mama. - Jack-Jack, no!

2061 01:42:48,058 --> 01:42:49,657 (BABBLING)

2062 01:42:51,091 --> 01:42:52,924 A super baby?

2063 01:42:56,092 --> 01:42:57,756 (GROWLS)

2064 01:42:57,758 --> 01:42:59,190 No, no, no!

2065 01:42:59,192 --> 01:43:00,192 Put him down!

2066 01:43:00,792 --> 01:43:01,990 (GASPS)

2067 01:43:01,992 --> 01:43:03,656 - Grab her! - No!

2068 01:43:03,658 --> 01:43:04,825 Hold Jack-Jack.

2069 01:43:05,792 --> 01:43:07,858 (ALL GRUNTING)

2070 01:43:13,025 --> 01:43:14,956 No!

2071 01:43:14,958 --> 01:43:16,823 - (GASPS) - ELASTIGIRL: Hey, it's me!

2072 01:43:16,825 --> 01:43:18,224 Yeah, that's what I thought last time.

2073 01:43:18,226 --> 01:43:21,126 - (JACK-JACK CALLING OUT) - Kids, what are you...

2074 01:43:22,726 --> 01:43:25,324 You came for us?

2075 01:43:25,326 --> 01:43:26,690 Don't be mad.

2076 01:43:26,692 --> 01:43:29,160 Oh, sweetie, how could I be mad?

2077 01:43:30,060 --> 01:43:32,358 I'm proud.

2078 01:43:32,360 --> 01:43:34,224 Not to break up a tender moment,

2079 01:43:34,226 --> 01:43:35,724 but where are we?

2080 01:43:35,726 --> 01:43:37,191 Is this DEVTECH's ship?

2081 01:43:37,193 --> 01:43:39,191 Evelyn Deavor controls the Screenslaver...

2082 01:43:39,193 --> 01:43:41,991 and until a second ago, us.

2083 01:43:41,993 --> 01:43:44,059 - (RUMBLES) - Where's the crew?

2084 01:43:44,061 --> 01:43:46,259 AUTOMATED VOICE: Collision detected. Correct course.

2085 01:43:46,261 --> 01:43:47,658 Uh-oh. Did I do that?

2086 01:43:47,660 --> 01:43:50,860 Mom, the suit? Try this.

2087 01:43:53,061 --> 01:43:55,727 Phase Three. Go on Phase Three!

2088 01:43:58,894 --> 01:44:01,259 Why are the kids here? You didn't go to the house?

2089 01:44:01,261 --> 01:44:02,658 I went to the house.

2090 01:44:02,660 --> 01:44:04,025 You didn't escape? How did you not escape?

2091 01:44:04,027 --> 01:44:06,226 BOTH: Hey! We just saved you!

2092 01:44:06,228 --> 01:44:08,293 Escape? Escape from who?

2093 01:44:08,295 --> 01:44:10,195 - (GROWLS) - (GRUNTS)

2094 01:44:11,195 --> 01:44:12,228 Those guys!

2095 01:44:12,961 --> 01:44:14,926 (YELLING)

2096 01:44:14,928 --> 01:44:17,659 What the...? Jack-Jack has powers?

2097 01:44:17,661 --> 01:44:19,793 We know. Fight now, talk later.

2098 01:44:19,795 --> 01:44:21,861 (ALL GRUNTING)

2099 01:44:30,662 --> 01:44:32,695 - (GROWLING) - (GROANING)

2100 01:44:36,063 --> 01:44:38,029 - (VIOLET GASPS) - (SCREECHES)

2101 01:44:50,829 --> 01:44:52,927 - (SCREECHES) - (YELPS)

2102 01:44:52,929 --> 01:44:54,661 - (GROWLING) - Jack-Jack.

2103 01:44:54,663 --> 01:44:55,995 Laser eyes!

2104 01:44:55,997 --> 01:44:57,230 (VIOLET IMITATES LASER FIRING)

2105 01:45:01,663 --> 01:45:02,897 - (SCREECHES) - (YELPS)

2106 01:45:05,763 --> 01:45:06,961 Ah-ha!

2107 01:45:06,963 --> 01:45:08,062 (GRUNTS)

2108 01:45:08,064 --> 01:45:09,863 (BOTH GRUNTING)

2109 01:45:17,663 --> 01:45:18,864 Ugh.

2110 01:45:23,798 --> 01:45:25,829 Come with me, Winston.

2111 01:45:25,831 --> 01:45:27,796 - Did I faint? - You'll be safe here.

2112 01:45:27,798 --> 01:45:29,798 Safe? Safe from what?

2113 01:45:30,898 --> 01:45:33,163 Where are the diplomats? The supers?

2114 01:45:33,165 --> 01:45:34,296 Still hypnotized.

2115 01:45:34,298 --> 01:45:36,798 (SIGHS) What have you done?

2116 01:45:40,931 --> 01:45:43,130 Evelyn, she's escaping.

2117 01:45:43,132 --> 01:45:44,164 Well, go after her.

2118 01:45:44,166 --> 01:45:44,963 Finish your mission.

2119 01:45:44,965 --> 01:45:47,663 I can't just go! What about the kids?

2120 01:45:47,665 --> 01:45:50,264 - Jack-Jack, who's gonna... - VIOLET: Mom!

2121 01:45:50,266 --> 01:45:52,132 Go. We've got this.

2122 01:45:53,899 --> 01:45:55,797 Voyd, come with me.

2123 01:45:55,799 --> 01:45:57,197 I'll go shut down the engine.

2124 01:45:57,199 --> 01:45:58,863 I'll try to slow the ship from the bow.

2125 01:45:58,865 --> 01:46:01,797 Wait, someone's missing. Where's the crusher guy?

2126 01:46:01,799 --> 01:46:03,665 Strap in now!

2127 01:46:05,366 --> 01:46:06,800 (GRUNTING)

2128 01:46:09,699 --> 01:46:10,933 (LAUGHING)

2129 01:46:19,000 --> 01:46:20,666 It's for your own good.

2130 01:46:20,966 --> 01:46:22,664 No!

2131 01:46:22,666 --> 01:46:23,998 This is.

2132 01:46:24,000 --> 01:46:25,067 (GRUNTS)

2133 01:46:28,766 --> 01:46:30,734 - (GRUNTS) - (GROANING)

2134 01:46:35,068 --> 01:46:37,700 - We're too late. - Get me up to the jet.

2135 01:46:40,001 --> 01:46:41,068 (YELPS)

2136 01:46:44,101 --> 01:46:45,734 (GRUNTING)

2137 01:46:52,634 --> 01:46:53,801 (GROANS)

2138 01:46:58,335 --> 01:46:59,735 (EXHALES IN RELIEF)

2139 01:47:00,202 --> 01:47:01,633 (GRUNTS)

2140 01:47:01,635 --> 01:47:04,367 Hey, you did this. Can you undo it?

2141 01:47:04,369 --> 01:47:06,699 You want me to un-crush?

2142 01:47:06,701 --> 01:47:08,333 What? No one's ever asked for that?

2143 01:47:08,335 --> 01:47:11,333 No. To un-crush is silly. Why un-crush?

2144 01:47:11,335 --> 01:47:12,933 To get into the engine room.

2145 01:47:12,935 --> 01:47:14,167 Oh, forget it. We don't have enough time.

2146 01:47:14,169 --> 01:47:16,733 What if I said to un-punch someone?

2147 01:47:16,735 --> 01:47:17,903 What do you do?

2148 01:47:21,636 --> 01:47:23,168 Welcome aboard, Elastigirl.

2149 01:47:23,170 --> 01:47:24,867 Although we haven't yet reached

2150 01:47:24,869 --> 01:47:26,203 our cruising altitude...

2151 01:47:27,736 --> 01:47:30,101 feel free to roam about the cabin.

2152 01:47:30,103 --> 01:47:32,767 - (GROANING) - Or just relax...

2153 01:47:32,769 --> 01:47:35,736 and let the cabin roam about you.

2154 01:47:44,670 --> 01:47:46,668 I can't get to the engine room!

2155 01:47:46,670 --> 01:47:48,069 We gotta do something!

2156 01:47:48,071 --> 01:47:49,735 Because trying to slow it down ain't working.

2157 01:47:49,737 --> 01:47:51,668 Hey! What about turning the boat?

2158 01:47:51,670 --> 01:47:52,868 BOTH: The steering's been destroyed!

2159 01:47:52,870 --> 01:47:55,668 - Dash means from the outside! - Yeah!

2160 01:47:55,670 --> 01:47:56,768 If we break off one of the foils

2161 01:47:56,770 --> 01:47:57,935 and turn the rudder...

2162 01:47:57,937 --> 01:48:00,302 we can veer the ship away from the city!

2163 01:48:00,304 --> 01:48:01,768 That might work.

2164 01:48:01,770 --> 01:48:02,902 I'll turn the front, you turn the rear.

2165 01:48:02,904 --> 01:48:05,002 Using the rudder? That's underwater.

2166 01:48:05,004 --> 01:48:06,270 How am I supposed to get...

2167 01:48:06,272 --> 01:48:08,170 All right. Come on, kids.

2168 01:48:08,172 --> 01:48:11,203 Dad, I know this is going to work.

2169 01:48:11,205 --> 01:48:13,736 But if it doesn't, and we crash...

2170 01:48:13,738 --> 01:48:17,136 my shields are probably better protection than the ship.

2171 01:48:17,138 --> 01:48:20,805 I should stay here. With Jack-Jack.

2172 01:48:21,338 --> 01:48:22,836 That's my girl.

2173 01:48:22,838 --> 01:48:25,272 Remember, Bob, we're both turning right!

2174 01:48:31,939 --> 01:48:33,939 EVELYN: You know what's sad?

2175 01:48:37,206 --> 01:48:39,104 If it weren't for your core beliefs...

2176 01:48:39,106 --> 01:48:41,839 I think we could have been good friends.

2177 01:48:42,839 --> 01:48:44,806 At least... (GASPING)

2178 01:48:45,739 --> 01:48:47,772 I have core beliefs.

2179 01:48:49,206 --> 01:48:50,670 We have breaking news...

2180 01:48:50,672 --> 01:48:52,804 While there is still no radio contact,

2181 01:48:52,806 --> 01:48:54,338 the ship has changed direction...

2182 01:48:54,340 --> 01:48:55,638 and is heading towards land

2183 01:48:55,640 --> 01:48:57,007 at a high rate of speed.

2184 01:49:01,274 --> 01:49:02,807 So, Dash...

2185 01:49:03,940 --> 01:49:05,405 I am going to the rudder.

2186 01:49:05,407 --> 01:49:08,704 Once I turn the ship, you hit the pull up button.

2187 01:49:08,706 --> 01:49:10,671 - Okay, Dad. - Now lower me down...

2188 01:49:10,673 --> 01:49:11,873 (SCREAMS)

2189 01:49:14,807 --> 01:49:18,106 The reputations of superheroes are ruined.

2190 01:49:18,108 --> 01:49:21,674 You will never become legal. Ever.

2191 01:49:22,041 --> 01:49:23,273 Never?

2192 01:49:23,275 --> 01:49:24,839 (LAUGHS) No.

2193 01:49:24,841 --> 01:49:26,906 - Ever? - No.

2194 01:49:26,908 --> 01:49:30,206 Not even a little smidgee-widgee?

2195 01:49:30,208 --> 01:49:31,672 Oh, hypoxia.

2196 01:49:31,674 --> 01:49:33,306 When you don't have enough oxygen,

2197 01:49:33,308 --> 01:49:35,674 - things seem really silly. - (GASPING)

2198 01:49:41,909 --> 01:49:43,973 - (GASPING) - Things get sillier

2199 01:49:43,975 --> 01:49:46,074 and sillier and then you die.

2200 01:49:46,076 --> 01:49:48,040 (LAUGHING) I don't wanna die.

2201 01:49:48,042 --> 01:49:49,975 Ah, nobody does. (GRUNTS)

2202 01:49:50,742 --> 01:49:51,973 Really.

2203 01:49:51,975 --> 01:49:54,209 (CHUCKLES) Not such a bad way to go.

2204 01:49:58,209 --> 01:49:59,842 (SCREAMING)

2205 01:50:03,309 --> 01:50:04,775 (INHALING RAPIDLY)

2206 01:50:09,210 --> 01:50:10,210 (GRUNTS)

2207 01:50:11,709 --> 01:50:13,008 (ALL GASP)

2208 01:50:13,010 --> 01:50:15,108 Everyone, we need to get to the back of the ship.

2209 01:50:15,110 --> 01:50:17,843 All supers, protect your ambassadors!

2210 01:50:18,676 --> 01:50:20,043 Follow.

2211 01:50:23,010 --> 01:50:25,208 Dad's been underwater for too long.

2212 01:50:25,210 --> 01:50:26,810 (ALARM BLARING)

2213 01:50:33,244 --> 01:50:34,875 We gotta pull him up.

2214 01:50:34,877 --> 01:50:36,278 Wait. It's too soon.

2215 01:50:43,044 --> 01:50:44,111 (GRUNTS)

2216 01:50:50,344 --> 01:50:51,975 I'm gonna press the button!

2217 01:50:51,977 --> 01:50:52,977 Not yet!

2218 01:50:54,245 --> 01:50:55,945 (METAL CREAKING)

2219 01:51:02,745 --> 01:51:04,279 (STRAINING)

2220 01:51:07,845 --> 01:51:09,812 It's turning. It's working.

2221 01:51:13,379 --> 01:51:15,711 - Now! - Dash, now!

2222 01:51:18,679 --> 01:51:20,080 Save yourself. Make a chute.

2223 01:51:22,380 --> 01:51:24,411 - (MR. INCREDIBLE GRUNTS) - Make a chute. Make a chute.

2224 01:51:24,413 --> 01:51:25,944 Make a chute!

2225 01:51:25,946 --> 01:51:28,144 - (ELASTIGIRL YELLS) - (VOYD YELPS)

2226 01:51:28,146 --> 01:51:30,180 LUCIUS: Helen! Brace yourselves!

2227 01:51:38,313 --> 01:51:40,046 Crash positions!

2228 01:51:41,280 --> 01:51:43,014 (GRUNTING)

2229 01:51:45,181 --> 01:51:47,014 (PEOPLE SCREAMING)

2230 01:51:57,114 --> 01:51:58,645 (ALL SIGHING)

2231 01:51:58,647 --> 01:51:59,878 Whoo.

2232 01:51:59,880 --> 01:52:04,079 (GASPS) I missed Jack-Jack's first power?

2233 01:52:04,081 --> 01:52:06,712 Actually, you missed the first 17.

2234 01:52:06,714 --> 01:52:08,313 - (ALL LAUGHING) - ELASTIGIRL: Oh!

2235 01:52:08,315 --> 01:52:09,948 (JACK-JACK BABBLING)

2236 01:52:11,182 --> 01:52:13,082 (PEOPLE APPLAUDING)

2237 01:52:13,948 --> 01:52:15,681 (JACK-JACK GIGGLES)

2238 01:52:20,048 --> 01:52:24,712 The fact that you saved me doesn't make you right.

2239 01:52:24,714 --> 01:52:26,679 But it does make you alive.

2240 01:52:26,681 --> 01:52:28,646 And I'm grateful for that.

2241 01:52:28,648 --> 01:52:31,680 I'm sorry, but she'll go to prison.

2242 01:52:31,682 --> 01:52:33,314 Well, I'm sorry she's rich

2243 01:52:33,316 --> 01:52:35,680 and will probably get no more than a slap on the wrist.

2244 01:52:35,682 --> 01:52:38,281 First of all, Violet, I like you.

2245 01:52:38,283 --> 01:52:41,147 And who knows what the future may bring...

2246 01:52:41,149 --> 01:52:44,914 but I have a good feeling about all of you.

2247 01:52:44,916 --> 01:52:46,381 Hmm. Good feeling.

2248 01:52:46,383 --> 01:52:48,147 - Should we be worried? - (MR. INCREDIBLE CHUCKLES)

2249 01:52:48,149 --> 01:52:50,914 You guys got the next shift. I'm beat. Oh!

2250 01:52:50,916 --> 01:52:52,880 I saw what you did back there. That was incredible!

2251 01:52:52,882 --> 01:52:54,115 No pun intended.

2252 01:52:54,117 --> 01:52:55,848 VIOLET: Sorry I had to punch you.

2253 01:52:55,850 --> 01:52:57,415 (TIRES SCREECH)

2254 01:52:57,417 --> 01:53:00,950 Yeah, baby! My sweet ride!

2255 01:53:03,350 --> 01:53:04,850 (CHUCKLES NERVOUSLY)

2256 01:53:07,017 --> 01:53:08,981 (CHUCKLES)

2257 01:53:08,983 --> 01:53:11,050 - (INDISTINCT CHATTER) - (ALL CHEERING)

2258 01:53:13,084 --> 01:53:16,714 And in recognition of the extraordinary service

2259 01:53:16,716 --> 01:53:17,916 they have demonstrated...

2260 01:53:17,918 --> 01:53:20,383 the legal status of superheroes

2261 01:53:20,385 --> 01:53:22,715 is hereby restored.

2262 01:53:22,717 --> 01:53:25,151 (ALL CHEERING)

2263 01:53:26,218 --> 01:53:28,218 (CHILDREN CHATTERING IN DISTANCE)

2264 01:53:31,684 --> 01:53:33,682 You don't know me, do you?

2265 01:53:33,684 --> 01:53:35,049 No, I don't...

2266 01:53:35,051 --> 01:53:36,216 Wait.

2267 01:53:36,218 --> 01:53:38,316 Are you the girl with the water?

2268 01:53:38,318 --> 01:53:40,816 I'm Violet Parr.

2269 01:53:40,818 --> 01:53:42,350 - I'm Tony. - (CHUCKLING) Okay.

2270 01:53:42,352 --> 01:53:45,052 You split up into separate groups and stuff...

2271 01:53:53,286 --> 01:53:54,683 Tony, this is my mom.

2272 01:53:54,685 --> 01:53:55,883 Pleased to meet you.

2273 01:53:55,885 --> 01:53:57,917 - This is my dad. - BOB: Oh, we've met.

2274 01:53:57,919 --> 01:53:59,983 And this is embarrassing.

2275 01:53:59,985 --> 01:54:01,250 (IN BRITISH ACCENT) Charmed, I'm sure.

2276 01:54:01,252 --> 01:54:03,417 - My little brother, Dash. - (TOY SQUEAKS)

2277 01:54:03,419 --> 01:54:05,651 VIOLET: And the baby is Jack-Jack.

2278 01:54:05,653 --> 01:54:08,684 I tried to limit it to one parent.

2279 01:54:08,686 --> 01:54:11,351 We're all going to a movie, too, Tony. Don't mind us.

2280 01:54:11,353 --> 01:54:12,651 BOB: We'll be sitting

2281 01:54:12,653 --> 01:54:13,818 on the other side of the theater.

2282 01:54:13,820 --> 01:54:15,351 Not watching you.

2283 01:54:15,353 --> 01:54:17,285 (LAUGHING) He's kidding.

2284 01:54:17,287 --> 01:54:20,385 They are only dropping us off at the theater.

2285 01:54:20,387 --> 01:54:23,118 They have other things to do.

2286 01:54:23,120 --> 01:54:25,851 So, you guys are close, I guess.

2287 01:54:25,853 --> 01:54:28,218 - Yeah, I guess. - We can get closer.

2288 01:54:28,220 --> 01:54:29,718 (LAUGHING) Bob.

2289 01:54:29,720 --> 01:54:31,154 (INDISTINCT CHATTER)

2290 01:54:33,021 --> 01:54:34,887 - (GUNSHOTS) - (PEOPLE SCREAMING)

2291 01:54:44,221 --> 01:54:45,386 Stop! Let us out!

2292 01:54:45,388 --> 01:54:47,052 Here, large popcorn, small soda.

2293 01:54:47,054 --> 01:54:49,785 Save me a seat, center, about eight rows back.

2294 01:54:49,787 --> 01:54:52,887 I'll be back before the previews are over.

2295 01:55:03,905 --> 01:55:06,765 Subtitles by explosiveskull