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The Tick vs. Justice
Episode Seven, Season One

Original air date: 1-17-2002

The Tick vs. Justice

The Tick vs. Justice was the consensus favorite episode of the live Tick series. It is one of the only episodes that actually features a supervillain for Tick to fight; Destroyo. Unfortunately, after he's caught, Tick has another battle to fight; Destroyo's trial.

Tick really doesn't have a clue as to the vagaries of the legal system, and as Destroyo manages to utilize loophole after loophole Tick becomes more and more agitated, until he finally snaps and tells off the judge (Who died and made YOU the crossdressing king of justice?) so Tick is throw in jail for contempt.

While Tick is incarcerated Destroyo's henchmen try to off the other witnesses, Batmanuel and Arthur. The boys manage to survive a viscous ninja attack but realize their case isn't too strong...so they do some research on Destroyo's past. Eventually, Arthur uses Destroyo's past (Dance, fatboy!) to taunt him into attacking him in the court and thus finally getting some evidence against him.

This was probably the funniest episode in the new series. It was very well thought out and it had some great lines; if the other episodes were this good the show might still be on. Ironically, this show first aired AFTER the show was officially canceled.

This episode features these Superheroes:
The Tick
, Arthur, Batmanuel, and Captain Liberty.

This episode features these Supervillains:
Destroyo

Tick the prisoner

Tick behind bars!

Me

Tick's roommate, Me