In a special crossover with The Thundermans, Phoebe Thunderman comes over to Swellview to help Kid Danger and Captain Man stop a villain meeting in town. But when they finally get there, Phoebe realizes her brother Max Thunderman is one of the villains attending.Written by
Captain Man and Kid Danger reveal that Kid Danger's (Henry's) age is fourteen, nearly fifteen years old. When this episode began filming, actor Jace Norman (Henry Hart/Kid Danger) was fifteen years, seven months, one week and five days old. See more »
The Toddler emerges from the sandbox wearing his hat from The Danger Begins, a hat that clearly landed in Captain Man's hands after the ball pit exploded. See more »
Henry Danger Theme
Written by Michael Corcoran, Zack Hexum, Dan Schneider See more »
It's OK. That's really it
If you didn't already know, this episode is a crossover episode between Henry Danger and The Thundermans.
Personally, this crossover was just average. This was just one of the more forgettable episodes, even though it's a crossover. At least these two worlds are very similar so that helps.
I might be a little bit biased as Thundermans isn't one of my favorites.
The main plot of the crossover is that Phoebe sees Captain Man and Kid Danger constantly fighting crime. She travels to Swellview to help them out. The three heroes go undercover as evil supervillains so they can figure out how they wasn't to destroy Captain Man and Kid Danger. Max, (Phoebe's twin brother) wants to get his hands on some cool evil gadget.
The Sub- Plot for this episode is absolutely terrible and has no connection to the main plot. The B plot is basically Piper has text neck and can't text. So Jasper accidentally texts the wrong person and Piper's friends get really mad. This has no connection to the main story whatsoever.
The real plus for this episode is that we get a team-up with every villain in the show. Also, The Toddler being the main villain wins major points as he is my favorite of all the bad guys.
Overall, this crossover was really forgettable and bland. The only thing I can say is " Oh yeah. This crossover happened." It might entertain younger viewers, but I personally wouldn't choose it. It's just average.
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