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 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
The title is based on the common proverb: Ready, Willing and Able. See more
The "Deaf Team" at the Special People's Games doesn't show up because they, obviously, don't hear their alarm going off or someone pounding on their door. Why would deaf people bother setting an alarm that they can't hear? See more
[enters Tom Tucker's room in a wheelchair with his head bandaged
Mr. Tucker, I have become crippled. Therefore, I demand people to pay more respect for me and make a made for TV movie about me starring Vallerie Bert-n-Eernie. And the first story you're going to run: exclusive footage of my tragic accident.
[puts the tape into the VCR
[on the video
Ah! Oh no! There's a car coming too fast to stop in time. Aiyeeeeee!
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References Dharma & Greg