"It Ain't Easy Being Greenery": Bart Allen is at home playing video games. Max Mercury has prepared a healthy dinner because he thinks Bart is eating too much junk food. Bart is not too interested, so the incoming TV news informing about a b
- I mean, come on! What kind of geek-o handle is 'Master of Virtual Reality?' I grew up in a VR world. VR is jack when you're up against a real hero. Now, give up and come along … peacefully?
- — Impulse
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Synopsis for "It Ain't Easy Being Greenery"
Bart Allen is at home playing video games. Max Mercury has prepared a healthy dinner because he thinks Bart is eating too much junk food. Bart is not too interested, so the incoming TV news informing about a bank robber calling himself Sir Real are a happy coincidence for him.
Before Max even has time to agree with Bart that they have to take care of Sir Real, Impulse is already gone and confronts the villain, who is able to imprison his victims at a bank into a virtual reality before stealing the money. Impulse is not impressed by Sir Real's "powers", but Bart is too cocky and gets caught in a virtual reality as well. And this is a weird reality called Veggie Valley which is under rule of the Mushroom Man who is a giant looking exactly like Max Mercury and who wants the kids to eat their vegetables. Bart has to endure a little more of this VR adventure before being pulled out of it again after Max Mercury is able to defeat Sir Real. Max once again criticizes his protege for confronting a villain without thinking. At least, Bart seems to be determined to eat more vegetables in the future ...
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