Back to the Present
The Jetsons enlist Harvey's help to sue us for screwing up the planet. Turns out there's a reason all the buildings in the Jetsons' world are on stilts: the ice caps melted and the earth is covered in water. Meanwhile, Phil is terrified - or is it excited - that the Jetsons are there to abduct and anally probe him.
When Harvey's boss Phil Ken Sebben believes his office has been burgled, he installs a series of oppressive security measures at the firm. The email monitoring, cavity searches, color-coded crime alert system and security cameras aren't making the office any more safe, but Phil seems to enjoy them. Meanwhile, Harvey is under pressure to bring in a new client. He ends up representing Secret Squirrel, who is on trial for publicly displaying the equipment he keeps underneath his trench coat.
It's a very special Harvey when Peanut begins to "develop" his superpowers. It's a difficult time for a young superhero and Peanut turns to Harvey to help him understand the changes he's going through. Meanwhile, Auggie Doggie hires Harvey to save Doggy Daddy from being euthanized for having bit someone.
Phil gets on a cost cutting kick and hires an efficiency expert named "Dvd" (formerly "David"-- but he cut vowels from his life to save time). Harvey is forced to prove his worth or be sent packing. The pressure to find a case increases as Harvey's every move is timed and assigned a dollar value. Also, X the Eliminator returns in an effort to, well, kill Harvey.