Henry Danger (2014– )
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One Henry, Three Girls: Part 1 

Henry must juggle his work life and his romantic life while trying to capture a grandmother who is terrorizing Captain Man at public appearances.

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Adam Weissman

Writers:

Dan Schneider (created by), Dana Olsen (created by) | 5 more credits »
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Episode credited cast:
Jace Norman ... Henry Hart / Kid Danger
Cooper Barnes ... Captain Man / Ray Manchester
Riele Downs ... Charlotte Bolton
Sean Ryan Fox ... Jasper Dunlop
Ella Anderson ... Piper Hart
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Carrie Barrett ... Mary Gaperman
Anthony M. Bertram ... Officer Kogen
Braeden Carl ... Blake
Brent Alan Henry ... Officer Nowak
Madison Iseman ... Veronica
David Lengel ... Jed
Jade Pettyjohn ... Chloe Hartman
Angelica Salek ... Stephanie
Winston Story ... Trent Overunder
Maeve Tomalty ... Bianca
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Henry must juggle his work life and his romantic life while trying to capture a grandmother who is terrorizing Captain Man at public appearances.

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TV-G
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Release Date:

19 September 2015 (USA) See more »

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This episode was originally titled "A Very Special Bathroom". See more »

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References Game Shakers (2015) See more »

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Henry is Super
14 March 2016 | by RyanWinter100See all my reviews

This is a delightful show. At first it was a cute program with a little boy helping a superhero. But it has turned into a lot more. It's also a coming of age program.

Everything about the show is rather special. Jace Norman as Henry is just an outstanding young actor. He seems to put effort and a bit of touch into everything he does. He screams with effort, he falls with comic touch, he's great as a girl magnet, he has timing and crystal clear diction. His friend Charlotte is charming and just perfect for Henry. I applaud the producer for giving the young white male star, a black female as a best friend. It's brilliant and a reflection of the real America. They work so wonderfully together.

Captain Mann is excellent, so are all the other cast members. They really do work so well as a team.

I even like the sets, the props and the special effects. There was a episode that featured a villain's lair that represented his obsession with time. I thought it was rather elaborate set for a TV show.

This particular episode shows the terrific progression of the characters. Their lines are funny, the situation is cute, it's just a fun program to watch.

I've noticed that Henry/Jace is getting rather tall. I guess they'll adjust his character accordingly. Whatever they do, I hope for the sake of many that the show has a long successful run.


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