I can help you.
You're making a mist...
The injured jumper.
You sent paramedics?
They picked him up.
The blast in that building
was caused by Bomb Voyage
who I caught robbing the vault.
We might nab him
if we set up a perimeter.
- He got away?
- Well, yeah.
- Skippy here made sure of that.
You're not affiliated with me!
Holy smokes, I'm late.
Listen, I've gotta be somewhere.
- What about Bomb Voyage?
- Any other night, I'd go after him,
but I really gotta go. Don't worry.
We'll get him! Eventually!
- Is the night still young?
- You're very late.
- How do I look? Good?
- The mask. You still got the mask.
Robert Parr, will you have this woman
to be your lawful wedded wife?
You're late. When you asked
if I was doing anything later,
I didn't realize you'd forgotten.
I thought it was playful banter.
- It was.
- Cutting it close, don't you think?
You need to be more... flexible.
I love you, but if we're
gonna make this work,
you've gotta be more
than Mr. Incredible.
You know that. Don't you?
- ... so long as you both shall live?
- I do.
I pronounce this couple
husband and wife.
As long as we both shall live.
No matter what happens.
Hey, come on. We're superheroes.
What could happen?
In a stunning turn of
events, a superhero is being sued
for saving someone who,
apparently, didn't want to be saved.
The plaintiff, Oliver Sansweet,
who was foiled in his attempted
suicide by Mr. Incredible,
has filed suit against the famed
superhero in Superior Court.
Mr. Sansweet didn't ask to be saved.
He didn't want to be saved.
The injury received from
Mr. Incredible's "actions",
- causes him daily pain.
- I saved your life!
You didn't save my life!
You ruined my death.
My client has no comment.
Another suit was filed
by victims of the el train accident.
Incredible's court losses
cost the government millions.
And opened the flood gates for dozens
of superhero lawsuits the world over.
It is time for their secret identity
to become their only identity.
Time for them to join us, or go away.
Under public pressure,
and the financial burden
of an ever mounting series of lawsuits,
the government quietly initiated
the superhero relocation program.
The supers were granted amnesty
from responsibility for past actions,
in exchange for the promise
to never again resume hero work.
Where are they now?
They are living among us.
Average citizens, average heroes.
Quietly and anonymously continuing
to make the world a better place.
Denied? You're denying my claim?
I don't understand.
I have full coverage.
I'm sorry, Mrs. Hogenson,
but our liability is spelled out
in paragraph 17.
- It states clearly...
- I can't pay for this.
Excuse me. Claims, Bob Parr.
I'm calling to celebrate
a momentous occasion.
We're now officially moved in.
Yeah, well, that's great, honey.
The last three years
don't count because...
Because I finally unpacked the last box.
Now, it's official. Ha, ha, ha.
- Why do we have so much junk?
- Listen, I've got a client.
Say no more. Go save the world
one policy at a time, honey.
Oh! I gotta go pick up the kids.
See you tonight.
Excuse me. Where were we?
I'm on a fixed income,
and if you can't help me,
I don't know what I'll do.
All right, listen closely.
I'd like to help you, but I can't.
I'd like to tell you to take a copy
of your policy to Norma Wilcox on...
On the third floor. But I can't.
I also do not advise you
to fill out and file a WS2475 form
with our legal department
on the second floor.
I wouldn't expect someone to get back
to you quickly to resolve the matter.
I'd like to help,
but there's nothing I can do.
- Oh, thank you, young man.
- Sorry. I know you're upset!
Pretend to be upset.