On Valentine's day, the youth has gathered for a glamorous dinner in LC's dad's restaurant. The New York crime high life gathers in the Metropolitan Opera. It's unclear who invited the ...
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On Valentine's day, the youth has gathered for a glamorous dinner in LC's dad's restaurant. The New York crime high life gathers in the Metropolitan Opera. It's unclear who invited the others, but achieves his (Hammerhead's) plan: they start fighting each-other. Peter must leave the table fun of kicking Flash each time he puts his jock foot in his dumb mouth, to 'cover breaking news', an excuse Jonah craves just to leave. As Spiderman, Pete tries to stop the fighting fiends from demolishing the Met. Written by
Ending another great story arc this one is special for being a Valentine's Day episode and it made use of it greatly with the love triangle between Pete Liz and Gwen playing an integral and interesting part as well as having the cool group sit down with nerd group which leads into one of my favorite relationships in the show with Peter and flash bonding on that night. We finally get introduced to silver mane and his daughter silver sable who are both great additions to the overall cast with an interesting relationship between sable and hammerhead I hope we get more of soon. The final battle was one of the most wonderful in the show with the opera music playing as well as tombstone refusing to fight spider man in front of the citizen's which would ruin his public image and their fight underground. This whole fight scene was only made possible however by the intricate planning of the green goblin who's story arc we will delve into soon. A wonderful Valentine's Day episode.
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