League of Super Evil

Season 1 Episode 6

Rock-A-Bye Voltar / iDestruct

Aired Monday 7:00 PM Apr 06, 2009 on Cartoon Network
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Rock-A-Bye Voltar: When Nanny Boo-Boo arrives, she decides to clean up L.O.S.E. and their lair. Unfortunately, Voltar doesn't want her help and recruits the guys to help him escape from her "evil" grasp. The only solution possible is to prove to Nanny Boo-Boo that there are worse children out there. Their quest leads them to Liz Sergeant... and she's not happy about it. iDestruct: When Evil Stevens unveils his latest project, the iDestruct, Voltar just has to get his hands on it. Being a mind-control device, garage door opener and so much more, it's the perfect accessory for evil. L.O.S.E. heads out to be the first in line, but they run into the Line Master and his Linebots.moreless

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  • funny show

    i am only reviewing i destruct well lose watches tv about the the i destruct it has 4 features mind control,voice activated garage opener,death ray,letter opener ! the first 5 customers get a free one frogg wants to use it for evil but voltar the dummy wants the garage opener instead.They get to the store and the line master is in front and their is many people and he has robots line dude refuses to leave lose gets kicked back of the line then frogg has this uh sound thing it works but domaganan comps it up.Then the line gives them a pass to go first but end in the back of line again!Then red thorws voltar voltar gets a i destruct but it is pink and he complains he wants a black one but they were out of black then line dude bragged with his different black i destructs then voltar hypnotized him and voltar ran off with a black one he tries out his new garage opener its messed up then frogg resets it and every garage opener opens in the world then red sees a letter opener then voltar waited for a letter then frogg sighedmoreless

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