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Denise

Shoot shoot shoot shoot shoot. We were going to record these because the 10 year old wants to be a superhero when she grows up.

It was good? Really?

Ms. Jane

It's really silly and funny! I love it!

GraceD

My first thought was "Who Wants to be a Superhero" was a panel at BrainJams. Must get my mind back into what Feministe Lauren calls the meatspace.

Looking forward to your BrainJams insights.

badgerbag

It was so bad it was good. It's pretty much aimed at 6 year olds!

badgerbag

The TV show. Not the brainjam!

toobeaut

The best thing about "Who Wants to be a Superhero?" is Stan Lee, who appears on a TV monitor a la Julie Chen to periodically mock the the would-be superheros and give them their next "mission." Last night it was "An old lady is locked out of her house!" (Cut to tape of old lady jiggling the latch on her front door.)

I just wish they had made this show only a faux-reality show and played it entirely for laughs like "Reno 911."

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