Monsters vs. Aliens
All is well at Area Fifty-Something with Team Monster, until a lone alien imprisons the President and makes a permanent home on base.
For the President’s birthday, Dr. C has made a gadget that will make him appear younger, but instead blasts him to infanthood! The Monsters snoop in Coverton’s quarters and find his “cuddle bear,” which attacks everyone on B.O.B.’s commands!
After Susan makes B.O.B. think that baths cure crankiness, he chases after Coverton to cure his crankiness once and for all! When Link accidentally eats the gelatin that B.O.B. calls his “girlfriend,” the gang has to break the bad news.
Frenemy Mine: B.O.B. is determined to have Coverton be his emergency buddy. Instead, Coverton chooses to manipulate B.O.B. at a time when he needs him the most. Maximum B.O.B.: Impressed with B.O.B.’s indestructibleness, Coverton decides to clone a piece of him. After too many clones, B.O.B. alarmingly begins to diminish little by little.
The Monsters find an alien in the woods collecting sensitive data that could be used for an invasion! It’s all fun and games when Link and B.O.B. use Sqweep’s tablet TV as a ray gun, until a doomsday app is initiated that could destroy the planet!
B.O.B. discovers a secret switch that Monger tells him not to touch...will it get rewired before B.O.B. flips it? Dr. C claims that he’s made a teleportation machine, but instead he’s made a short wormhole and tries to pass it off as the real thing.
James Patrick Stuart
Lightweight movie spin-off with comic violence.
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