Ben is quite tickled to be asked to have a video game based on him and his aliens, but the real plan, backed by newscaster Will Harangue, is to scan all of Ben's moves so Stalker, a spider-like robot, can best him at every turn. The subsequent prime time battle-to-the-death between Ben and Stalker proves to be a television ratings hit. Meanwhile, Gwen, disappointed by Kevin's qualities as a teacher, takes her driver's test.
Did You Know?
Nanomech, first introduced in Ben 10: Alien Swarm, becomes the first alien transformation to cross over from the live-action movie to the animated series. See more
With Ben's identity known, and with slanderous allegations made to stir up public opinion against him (linking Ben's aliens with public mayhem and damage to public and private property, of which there's a lot), no authorities come forward to investigate, arrest or hold accountable either Ben or newsman Will Harangue, even when national monuments are threatened or nearly destroyed. See more
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I don't really ssee it that way.
[Four Arms smashes Ssserpent between two cars
I'd like to go home now, please.
References Ben 10: Alien Swarm