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People are given the opportunity to become real-life superheroes.

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The final two contestants converse with Stan; the contestants are sent to stunt school; the winner is chosen.
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The superheroes are judged by children; the contestants must locate the Super Villain in a crowded outdoor mall.
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Stan sends the superheroes out into the real world to uphold the law; a contestant is eliminated after the Dark Enforcer reveals some information.
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Stan tests the ability of the contestants to keep their true identity a secret; the contestants must walk across a plank while blindfolded.
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Tempers flare when the superheroes reveal their true feelings about each other; the contestants must face snarling attack dogs.
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In a morality test, a spy determines which of the superheroes is truly pure of heart.

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