So does billionaire tycoon Xander Crews.
Killface, supervillain extraordinaire and loving father, has just begun his quest to destroy the world by smashing it into the sun using Annihilatrix, a massive jet engine. However, due to construction cost overruns he is unable to strike terror into the hearts of the populace about his nefarious scheme, and must rely on a direct mailing campaign.
Billionaire tycoon Xander Crews (and his alter-ego, superhero Awesome-X)have a problem: billionaire tycoon Xander Crews has frittered away the (literally) billions of dollars amassed by his murdered parents. So he mortgages the company to produce a line of Awesome-X action figures. The only catch is, he needs a supervillain doll...
In order to trick Killface into granting billionaire tycoon Xander Crews the rights to use Killface's name and likeness for his line of toys, billionaire tycoon Xander Crews stages an entirely time-wastey inventors' convention in the fabled City of Sin, Las Vegas. He also bangs a cocktail waitress, but not before Watley is attacked by vicious seagulls.
Killface, desperate for $12 billion to complete the Annihilatrix, decides to kidnap billionaire tycoon Xander Crews. But things quickly go south for our villain, starting just about the same time that Phil vomits in the minivan, and finishing up when plucky reporter Grace Ryan falls into drums of full of super-intelligent, radioactive waste-covered ants.
In what can be termed a colossal misunderstanding, the creators of "Frisky Dingo" somehow got involved in producing an episode that revolves almost entirely around the (quite lengthy) list of options available on the sporty new tC from Scion. Their tagline is "It's what moves you." You can learn more about the new Scion tC at scion.com.
The entire Dingo gang, grievously injured in the collapse of the Annihilatrix's catwalk, have all ended up in the same emergency room. Killface muffs hitting on plucky reporter Grace Ryan, and then has an unpleasant interaction with a representative from his insurance company. Also, Xander Crews is nowhere to be found! Dun-dunnnn!
So, come to find out, plucky reporter Grace Ryan is experiencing some pretty unpleasant side effects from falling into those drums full of super-intelligent, radioactive waste covered ants: she sometimes turns into the ultra-wicked-bad supervillainess Antagone! And yeah, it's not the cleverest name in the world. But man, get a load of that rack...
Killface is... oh! Killface got blinded when Antagone spit formic acid into his eyes. So now he's blind. And billionaire tycoon Xander Crews... oh! He got kidnapped by these robots called the Xtacles who work for billionaire tycoon Xander Crews' alter-ego, superhero Awesome-X. But then he escaped. And so now he and Killface are best friends.
Killface and billionaire tycoon Xander Crews (operating under the nom de guerre of Barnaby Jones) are now roommates and bestest buds. But their friendship-even though it's based entirely on a lie-will be tested to the limit when Simon runs away with billionaire tycoon Xander Crews' robot pants. And also when Killface blinds "Barnaby."
The Xtacles, under threat of death at the hands of Stan (who, although we haven't mentioned him yet, is in just about every episode, and who is also impersonating superhero Awesome-X) have to find a replacement hostage for billionaire tycoon Xander Crews. Their search-somewhat predictably-leads them to Nearl, the local retarded wino guy.
Killface (still blind) and billionaire tycoon Xander Crews (still blind, still naked, still doing business as Barnaby Jones) escape from the sweatshop to rescue Simon from the evil clutches of master criminal Torpedo Vegas. Down there in Chinatown. And everybody else winds up down there too, somehow, because of the death rabbit fights. And all.
Equipped only with a map, a bag of radishes, and brand new eyes goggling about in their heads, Killface and billionaire tycoon Xander Crews (aka Barnaby Jones) attempt to rescue Simon from the evil clutches of master criminal Torpedo Vegas. Who instantly captures them. And then forces them to fight... to the death! Could this be the end?!
No. It is not the end. Because [adult swim] bought 13 episodes. So this one's the end. And what exactly makes this one the end, you ask? Well... remember the Annihilatrix?
Killface makes an important career decision.
Billionaire tycoon Xander Crews gets a new secretary. Ashley.
Killface acquires an item for the home.
Wendell visits a friend.
Old friends are reunited.
Someone gets a new pair of pants.
The film Hooper is heavily borrowed from.
Wendell goes undercover. Again.
Cody is remembered with a namesake.
Differences are put slightly aside.
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