- I'm a full-fledged superhero. Cool.
Appearing in "Psychobabble Part One"Edit
- Dylan Battles
- Director Bones
- Cameron Chase
- Julie Robinson (First appearance)
- Peter Robinson
- Ramsey Spencer
- Kate Spencer's House
Synopsis for "Psychobabble Part One"Edit
Punch and Jewelee are stealing paintings when they are interrupted by Manhunter, who takes them down with the help of a newly re-powered Obsidian. Obsidian is in town to visit his alter-ego's boyfriend, Damon Matthews, for his birthday, but he agrees to deliver Punch and Jewelee to the cops so Manhunter can get home in time to meet her son, Ramsey Spencer. Life has gone on in Los Angeles in the past year. Cameron Chase is sleeping with Dylan Battles, though she denies that it is any kind of relationship, and Kate's ex Peter Robinson is not only involved in a new movie, but is married to his new and very pregnant wife, Julie Robinson. Meanwhile a killer stalks the streets of Los Angeles, murdering a woman with a fold-out razor that glows with fiery energy.
Kate Spencer is distracted with two problems of her own. The first is that her son, Ramsey, is convinced his mother is the superhero Manhunter, despite her efforts to deny it. The second is that Director Bones has asked her to be the defense attorney for the incarcerated Doctor Psycho.
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- Manhunter mentions Cameron Chase's love of Ewoks, a teddy-bear like race of aliens from Return of the Jedi. She refers to Ewok hero Wicket W. Warrick. As Wicket's name is not mentioned in the movie itself, only in the credits, Chase must have been quite the fangirl.
- Doctor Psycho quotes Hannibal Lecter, but the quote "Why, hello Clarice" is not actually from The Silence of the Lambs as he claims. It is instead from the sequel, Hannibal. The quote from The Silence of the Lambs is "Good evening, Clarice".
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