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Who Wants To Be A Superhero Results – Major Victory Eliminated

August 24, 2006 09:33 PM by Joe Blackmon

Major_victoryFor their first challenge, the final three superheroes must prove that they are able to inspire people.  Stan Lee tells the superheroes that they will confront the toughest judges of all,kids.  As a special surprise, Stan Lee shows the superheroes comic book covers featuring their characters.  The superheroes tell the kids a story and then take questions from the kids.  Feedback tells a boring story of how he got his powers, Fat Momma leads the kids in song and delivers a moral message, and Major Victory runs around and makes the kids laugh.  Fat Momma is selected by the kids as the winner of the challenge.

For their second challenge, the superheroes are sent to find and apprehend the Dark Enforcer at University City Walk.  The superheroes have to look for clues that will lead them to the Dark Enforcer.  Major Victory finishes first, Feedback finished second, and Fat Momma finishes last. 

Before the elimination ceremony, Fat Momma gets upset and locks herself in the bathroom.  Fat Momma talks to the executive producer of the show and says she wants to be taken off the show because Feedback wants it more than her.  Feedback tells Major Victory and Fat Momma that he wouldn’t be upset if he lost to either of them. 

At the elimination ceremony, Stan Lee asks all three superheroes to step forward.  Stan Lee praises Fat Momma on her message of self esteem to the kids, but points out that it took her forty minutes longer than the others to find the Dark Enforcer.  Stan Lee criticizes Major Victory for not teaching them a lesson or giving them information on his background.  Stan Lee tells Feedback that he did a good job telling the kids about his background but he went over their heads. 

Stan Lee tells Major Victory, “I think I need someone who is going to take this more seriously, with that I take my hat off to you, but then regretfully I ask you to turn in your costume.”  Before Major Victory leaves, Stan Lee calls him back and directs him to pick up a phone.  Major Victory’s daughter is on the phone, and in an emotional conversation, she tells him that he is her hero. 

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8 Responses to “Who Wants To Be A Superhero Results – Major Victory Eliminated”

  1. BR69 Says:
    August 25th, 2006 at 1:16 pm

    The show started strong, but to see Fat Momma still on there proves it’s rigged. Major Victory won the timed event…Feedback lost but did so while politely fixing a woman’s purse…Fatty took an hour to do the event–and didn’t even care that she did! Yet we are led to believe that Major Victory had to go because he cracks jokes? Come on, Stan Lee’s own creation Spider-Man does nothing but crack witty remarks while fighting! Then she pulls the whole “I want to quit because Feedback’s taking it so seriously and I want him to win” junk, when just two weeks ago she was voting to have him eliminated for the same reason! And who can forget her rant when Tyviculus got eliminated? “Ya’ll were just saying that stuff to win! I’ll get you all!” Please.

    On the plus side, it makes the winners for next season that much easier to spot in the first episode.

  2. BigCheese39 Says:
    August 25th, 2006 at 1:45 pm

    Fat Momma is the only character left who isn’t listed as an actor/actress on IMDB. No way she loses. The rest were plants.

  3. crutch Says:
    August 27th, 2006 at 1:08 am

    i cannot believe fatty is still in. she is horrible. not much more to say…. it would be filled with ugly words and fat jokes. eat a doughnut to power up? come on people.

  4. rex Says:
    August 28th, 2006 at 1:19 pm

    This is ridiculous. They got rid of the most charismatic individual in the show. It is not only bad for the show but for buisness. The winer is going to be in a movie in the scifi chanel.The only person interesting enough to pull this off is Major Victory. The guy looks, talks, and acts like a real comic book character. Knowing that this man was a male stripper only makes us laugh cause that would be the perfect cover,a super hero that doesnt take him self to serious.Feed back is not really that interesting,he is kind of dry and unoriginal. Fat moma is a stereotypical mammie character who is really offensive see on tv. and should not be in the show at all.The whole speech on accepting your body is hypocresy. Even in stan lees office there is a picture of a slender female super hero wearing a sexy revealing outfit. The show stared out good but got weak really fast. The challenges became based on peoples personal lives and their past rather than their super hero identity…

  5. Jeff Says:
    August 29th, 2006 at 6:28 pm

    FEEDBACK is an actor according to the imb data base. Shame on SCIFI and Stan Lee for letting the fans be punk’d.

  6. Brian Says:
    August 30th, 2006 at 1:26 pm

    That picture behind Stan is “Stripperella”, a character based voiced by Pam Anderson. I’ll laugh my a$$ off if fat momma wins. A superhero that promotes obesity, OMG, can’t wait for that issue. Fat momma is a racist.

  7. Matt Killeen Says:
    August 31st, 2006 at 8:14 pm

    At least a “Fat Momma” comic/TV movie will be good for a few laughs. “Feedback” is just – excuse the expression – a schmuck. I think he could benefit from Scientology.

  8. Kashan Says:
    June 2nd, 2007 at 7:46 am

    Major Victory should have won!!!..come on mr lee u are the master of comics.. you have a sixth sense for superheors..Fat momma second place???..blatenley WRONG!!.Major Victory had charisma,charm,personality,the superhero chisled look..all over superhero..PLUS his secret identity(reality)..He was a male stripper what a brilliant secret identity!!!..Even most of your own characters crack one liners..Major Victories answer to his new costume.”Mr shiny pant’s..” come on how funny was that..Major Victory was a Major Winner in my books!!!


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