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"The Skaar Whisperer"

Marvel's Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H

Marvel's Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. Season One Episode 12 "The Skaar Whisperer" Clip

Marvel's Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. Season One Episode 12 "The Skaar Whisperer" Clip

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"The Skaar Whisperer"


Quote1 Smashing one, that's easy! Smashing three, that's fun! Quote2
-- Absorbing Man

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Synopsis for "The Skaar Whisperer"

Absorbing Man and the Wrecking Crew start a riot at the Vault. Skaar takes on Absorbing Man and is knocked back by his attack. Hulk then engages Absorbing Man until Skaar throws a rock at him. When Absorbing Man grabs Skaar's energy whip, he knocks down Skaar and hijacks She-Hulk's jet. When Skaar shoots down the jet and it crashes, She-Hulk wonders how Absorbing Man got out. Doc Samson is called in by Hulk in order to train Skaar to be civilized. He even tries hypnosis on Skaar until their therapy session ends up crashed by the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.'s fight with Absorbing Man. After the jet is dragged back to the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.'s base, Hulk discovered that Absorbing Man had absorbed some gamma energy. As Hulk fights Absorbing Man, Hulk tries to warn Absorbing Man that he can lose control. Their battle ends up crashing Doc Samson's therapy with Skaar. As Absorbing Man approaches the base's reactor, he starts to absorb its energy from the reactor as he starts to lose control. Upon Hulk saying please, Skaar ends up fighting Absorbing Man and tricks him into absorbing the papers in a book where he defeats him.After Absorbing Man is defeated, Doc Samson states that the Hulks have never changed and leaves their base in an insane fashion.

Notes

  • The Wrecking Crew have appeared in all Earth-12041 based TV shows.


Trivia

  • Titania is not a member of the Wrecking Crew in the comics. She is, however, the Absorbing Man's wife.
  • Doc Samson is a friend and psychologist who tried to cure the Hulk in the comics. He believed he was successful but ended up creating another alternate personality.
  • The Vault is one of the many prisons created to hold super powered criminals.


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