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After a failed attempt at world domination, a rich playboy/evil genius is resurrected and resumes his quest for power -- along with a search for his other body parts.

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Hector's new secretary is actually a Swedish spy; Hector hunts for Excalibur, hoping to rule Britain, but the Lady of the Lake may not let him have the legendary sword.
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Hector learns the true meaning of road rage; Sand and Estroy make for a great vacation.
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Hector considers lying to his mother; Estroy tries to discover Ghastly's surprise.
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Hector turns the world upside down in an attempt to conquer all; Hector recruits an ancient idol.
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Hector orders General Skarr to make Boskov into a vicious monster; Hector creates a disintegration gun; Evil Con Carne makes pies for everyone on Earth, keeping them busy eating while Hector attempts to dominate the planet.
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Major Doctor Ghastly captures an old friend and forces him to help her build a destructive machine; Ghastly, Hector and Skarr meet their future selves; Rupert the Green-Nosed Reindeer saves Christmas when Hector tries to ruin it.
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Hector takes over America's favorite kid's show and plans to host the show himself.
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Hector and Major Dr. Ghastly have flashbacks about how Hector's body was blown up in the first place; General Skarr accidentally walks into Major Dr. Ghastly's latest invention, which causes him to devolve into more primitive creatures.
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Hector goes on trial for his crimes and Ghastly to use her legal skills to get him off the hook.
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After a failed attempt at world domination, a rich playboy/evil genius is resurrected and resumes his quest for power -- along with a search for his other body parts.
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SPORK must foil Hector's latest plan; Ghastly takes Boskov for a walk; Hector and Cod are stranded on an island.
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Hector's future son tries to bond; Boskov and Gen. Skarr switch arms; Skarr meets the love of his life.
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Stomach gets sick; Ghastly creates an army of robots; Hector forms the League of Destruction.

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