Zan, of the Wonder Twins, knows exactly where Wonder Woman was when the Super Friends distress call went out.
The exciting conclusion of "The Case of Crooked Creek." No, wait... "Deadomutt."
X the Eliminator is sitting at home, having mostly forgotten that he was paid a million bucks to kill Birdman in 1968, when he sees Harvey in an ad for his law practice. X launches right back on his quest and, now posing as "X the Exterminator,"confronts Harvey. And is devastated to discover that Harvey just doesn't remember him.
After years of getting his powers from the sun, Harvey notices a suspicious spot on his skin. When the dermatologist insists he stay out of the sun and use sunblock, the now droopy Birdman turns to self-tanning creme for a pick me up. It isn't long before he's addicted to the stuff, using more and more just to stay awake.
Washed-up motorcycle stuntman Ernie Devlin is sued when a kid injures himself trying to imitate his deep ravine jump. Harvey's legal strategy--to attack the fractured, wheelchair-bound child on the witness stand--backfires. Pill-addled Devlin is a less-than-sympathetic defendant, so Harvey must scramble to salvage the case. Meanwhile, Avenger seems to have laid an egg.
Harvey joins a new health club and falls for his personal trainer, Gigi. But it seems everyone is reaching her target zone except for him. On the legal front, Harvey is representing Inch-High Private Eye, who believes he's been illegally fired because of his diminutive stature.
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