After letting a crook escape, Joe falls into a deep depression. Peter tries to snap him out of it by talking him into competing in the Special People's Games. Though Joe frequently starts to lose hope, Peter keeps encouraging him to go the distance. When the final event comes and Joe is having a hard time keeping up, Peter decides that he may need more than verbal encouragement and gives Joe a little something extra for strength. Written by
Jean-Marc Rocher <email@example.com>
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The title is based on the common proverb: Ready, Willing and Able. See more
When Joe chases the money thief for the second time, the thief once again knocks down garbage cans to slow Joe down.
The frames where Joe jumps the garbage cans for the second time are the same as the frames from the first chase scene.
However, first time round, the thief runs away to the right, and the second time to the left, so the street is the wrong way round for his dodge the second time. See more
Say, what happened to the car wash thief?
Ironically, I severed his spine when I landed on him.
Looks like you got more competition at next year's special people's games, huh?
Nope, he's dead.
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