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[in his V.R. fantasy, Stan has wired City Hall to explode]
Finally, an end to the bureaucratic nightmare!
[he triggers the bombs, and the whole building collapses]
No more graft! No more payoffs! NO MORE JURY DUTY!
[laughs hysterically and you see the police watching him laugh while hooked up to the V.R. machine]
Wonder what he's so happy about?
[Mad Stan continues laughing until the fade out]
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Batman Beyond (End Credits)
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Once again, going into this, I acknowledge this series was a "comeback" attempt by a first-rate production team to reconnect with the public and it never achieved the status of the original.
That said, this is the second episode in season 2 that was more about humanity than super-villains. I think that is important. I think that when historians and critics of the future dissect popular culture of our era they will find that, as has been the case through history, the best stories are the ones the viewer can relate to.
Here Commish Barb thinks she sees Terry commit a murder and she is completely ready to skewer him.
It is a good story.
Maybe I cannot relate to a power-man genius trying to take over the world, but, like everyone else, I can relate to being accused of doing something you did not do.
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