Unfortunately, the first arrival turns out to be a genuine ice cream delivery, and the actual drug dealers manage to get away.
The FBI supervisor, Elliott Gordon (Frankie Faison), gives the two agents a last chance to remain in the FBI by giving them the duty of protecting the mega-rich billionaire cruise line heiresses Brittany and Tiffany Wilson (Maitland Ward and Anne Dudek), who are arriving in town for a beauty competition, from a kidnapping plot (known as the socialite kidnappings).
When the Wilson sisters get minor facial cuts in a car accident, they refuse to leave the hotel.
While the first two shows focus specifically on the Thanos plot, other episodes detour into one-off excursions. ” takes the heroes back in time to when Cap was fighting the Red Skull alongside the Invaders in WWII, while “Support Your Local Sky-Father! Asgard, and it features the Marvel Universe rendition of Hercules.
Marlon Wayans (Dungeons and Dragons) Shawn Wayans (Scary Movie) Jaime King (Sin City) Frankie Faison (The Silence of The Lambs) Lochlyn Munro (Freddy vs Jason) John Heard (The Lizzie Borden Chronicles) Busy Philipps (The Smokers) Terry Crews (Get Smart) Brittany Daniel (That 80S Show) Jennifer Carpenter (Limitless tv) Evangeline Lilly (Lost)The plot begins in a convenience store where two FBI agents and brothers, Kevin Copeland and Marcus Copeland (Shawn and Marlon Wayans), try to capture members of an organization that sells drugs inside ice cream boxes, posing as dominican clerks.
Kevin takes advantage of the situation and asks Denise out on a date, pretending that he is Latrell, as Denise has a history of dating rich men.
When Marcus goes on his date with Latrell, Kevin steals the keys to his car and house.
The show also pulls characters from the depths of the Marvel roster, like Screaming Mimi and the Melter, and having silly cartoon fun with them. treatment of the characters, it’s well worth a look for comic-book fans out of grade school.
On a non-story note, the theme song, provided by Parry Gripp of Nerf Herder, is an energetic blast, while the voice cast for this series has to be one of the best for a non-prime time animated series, with tons of veterans of the cartoon industry, like Kenny, Tara Strong, Jess Harnell, Grey De Lisle, Cree Summer and Charlie Adler, along with plenty of genre stars, including Robert Englund, Tricia Helfer, Jennifer Morrison and Adrian Pasdar.
The wordplay and character-generated jokes are much more entertaining and fun, especially Thor’s Asgardian versions of modern language, the Silver Surfer’s alien view of Earth life, and anything involving the always-ridiculous floating head known as M. That way, there are no issues with continuity or previous incarnations, and the show can be enjoyed on its own merits (allowing them to do something like make Dr.