Ben 10 – S02

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Episode 1: “Truth”

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Episode 2: “The Big Tick”

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Episode 3: “Framed”

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Episode 4: “Gwen 10”

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Episode 5: “Grudge Match”

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Episode 6: “The Galactic Enforcers”

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Episode 7: “Camp Fear”

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Episode 8: “Ultimate Weapon”

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Episode 9: “Tough Luck”

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Episode 10: “They Lurk Below”

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Episode 11: “Ghostfreaked Out”

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Episode 12: “Dr. Animo and the Mutant Ray”

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Episode 13: “Back with a Vengeance”

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Storyline:

Episode 1: “Truth”

After the incident with Vilgax, Grandpa Max tells Ben and Gwen about his secret past. He really was a plumber, but not the garden variety version. He was part of a secret government organization known as “The Plumbers,” that dealt with extra-terrestrial and paranormal phenomenon that others couldn’t. The organization was disbanded after he defeated Vilgax for the first time. During one of Ben’s regular acts of heroism, they run into Max’s old partner, Phil. Phil is still in the business of hunting aliens, though he is now a freelance agent. He suggests that they remake The Plumbers, but Max is against the idea. Ben, however, is much more enthusiastic about the idea.

During another alien battle, Ben reveals the secret of the Omnitrix to Phil, and Phil is even more determined to get him as a partner. Phil ends up taking them to an expensive hotel, which he is able to pay for thanks to rewards for capturing the aliens. The frequency of the alien attacks, as well as the familiar aliens themselves, raises Max’s suspicions, and he heads to Mount Rushmore to check on something. There, he finds the Null Void Projector—a weapon that can trap things in, or release them from, an alternate dimension—missing. Phil has been abusing it to scam various hotel owners into paying him to remove the aliens that he sets free. Phil releases an alien to deal with Max, but Ben is able to rescue him and eventually trap Phil in the Null Void.

Episode 2: “The Big Tick”

During a trip to Yellowstone National Park, Ben discovers a new alien on the Omnitrix: Cannonbolt, an armadillo alien. At the same time, a meteor crashes nearby unleashing a giant, tick-like alien called the “Great One” that intends to devour the planet. On top of that, it has its very own worshipers, who intend to make sure it completes its task. Ben easily defeats the worshippers, but the Great One turns out to be impervious to Stinkfly, Four Arms, Heatblast, Wildmutt, XLR8, Diamondhead, Upgrade, Ghostfreak, and Ripjaws. Since nothing else works, Ben has to rely on a form he knows nothing about in order to defeat the Great One. He quickly discovers that Cannonbolt is impervious from any attack when rolled into an armored ball and penetrates the Great One’s armor in that form, killing the alien from the inside. The worshipers proclaim Ben the new Great One, but change their minds once he reverts to normal.

Episode 3: “Framed”

In San Francisco, Ben discovers that look-alikes of his aliens are committing crimes around the city. Ben encounters the imposter and discovers that it was really Kevin; their last battle has permanently given Kevin the ability to transform into the various aliens of the Omnitrix. Kevin leaves Ben to pay for his own crimes performed as Omnitrix aliens, bringing Ben into direct conflict with the ruthless Lt. Steel of the government’s Special Alien Capture Team. Evading Steel, Fourarms confronts Kevin atop the Golden Gate Bridge and fight as Fourarms vs Diamondhead. Kevin is defeated, and then transforms into various other aliens to fight him but is still defeated and loses control of the Omnitrix’s powers during the battle, prompting Ben to walk away. Kevin’s rage at the loss forces one final transformation: a fusion of all of the Omnitrix aliens without the ability to revert to human form. Blaming Ben for the mess, Kevin vows to kill Ben once and for all. Fourarms is no match for the new mutation. Fortunately, Steel had observed the battle and conversation and decides that Kevin is the enemy, knocking him into the water below. Ben and the Tennysons leave the scene with approval from Steel.

Episode 4: “Gwen 10”

When Ben wakes up one morning, he finds the Omnitrix missing from his arm. Weirder still is the fact that Gwen and Grandpa Max have no idea what he’s talking about when he asks about it. Ben soon discovers that he’s reliving the very first day of summer, the same day that Ben found the Omnitrix to begin with, but in an alternate reality. At the campsite, Ben tries to find the Omnitrix as it crashes to Earth, only to find out that it has already been found by Gwen. Gwen quickly adjusts to the Omnitrix’s powers, with much greater ease than Ben. But Gwen uses the Omnitrix much more than required, hence when Omnitrix is required, i.e., when Vilgax attacks, she finds the Omnitrix is discharged and will take some time before it becomes usable. Also, unlike the first episode Vilgax was not injured at all earlier and is already heading for Earth to take it back from her, preferably in a very painful way. When Vilgax captures her Ben’s going to have to prove himself to be a hero without the Omnitrix if he wants to save Gwen and he does. After Ben and Max rescue her Ben gives her advice on which alien to use in which situation as she finds herself at loss in that department. The Omnitrix then flies off of Gwen and lands on Max, granting him the Omnitrix’s tremendous energy and power which leads to Ben getting upset.

Episode 5: “Grudge Match”

Diamondhead battles the still-mutated Kevin, who had rendered Gwen and Max unconscious. A droid named Slix Vigma observes their fight, recognizing them as potential gladiators. Amidst the combat, a teleportation beam takes Diamondhead and Kevin to a huge ship called the Mega Cruiser, where life or death gladiator matches are regularly held between slaves captured from different alien races. There, Vigma makes Ben and Kevin a team, bonding them with shackles that transfer pain from one to the other. With no choice, Ben and Kevin battle another captive, Technorg, during which Ben teaches Kevin new attacks combining Omnitrix alien abilities in order to win. Though Kevin intends to kill Technorg, Ben restrains him and spares his opponent’s life. After the fight, Ben and Kevin rally the other prisoners, who nearly all escape. However, Kevin traps Ben with the intent to kill, revealing that he still bears a grudge. Ben transforms into Cannonbolt, the only alien Kevin doesn’t have, and knocks him out. Cannonbolt was about to launch his escape pod, until Kevin regained his conscious and tries to seize Cannonbolt. Fortunately, Technorg abides by a code of honor and saves Ben, sending him back to Earth. Kevin is left aboard the Mega Cruiser with Technorg.

Episode 6: “The Galactic Enforcers”

When a pair of bounty hunters (Six-Six and Vulkanus) plan to use raw minerals from earth to build a devastatingly powerful bomb, Ben joins a group of alien super heroes, Galactic Enforcers, in order to stop them. However, all is not well with the new group, as a small gift of Ben’s chocolate is all that’s needed to weaken the group’s leader, Ultimos. This causes his second, Synaptak, to take the lead in order to try showing Ben up. However, the Enforcers tactics involving ‘commanding presence’ backfire on them, and nearly getting Tini hurt in the process. However, after Ben goads Synaptak into rescuing Tini from a landslide, Ben and the Enforcers put aside their differences to finally arrest the bounty hunters.

Episode 7: “Camp Fear”

Distracted by Ben and Gwen quarreling, Max almost hits a young camper named Gilbert on the road. They take the boy back to his camp, Camp Opinicon, only to find no one there. As they investigate the premises, they find two more children, twins named Andy and Mandy, who are hiding from something that caused the camp to become deserted. Max is captured by tendrils while he investigates, prompting Ben and Gwen to split up. While Gwen leads the campers to safety from fungal mutants, Ben attempts two failed rescue missions, getting captured on the second. In trying to escape, Ben unlocks a new alien form, a plant-like alien named Wildvine; however, even Wildvine cannot defeat the Mycelium (a fungal brain) that controls the fungal creatures. Fortunately, Ben drops his shoe, which has athletes foot powder in it onto the brain and causes it and its minions to wither. Ben and Gwen spread more of the antifungal powder on its tendrils and save the camp.

Episode 8: “Ultimate Weapon”

Max’s Plumber equipment detects that an ancient mask had been unearthed. This quickly triggers a change in Max’s attitude; he claims that this artifact would lead to the most powerful weapon ever designed, and that he should retrieve it before it falls into the wrong hands. Max immediately becomes more impatient, worse-tempered, and far stricter. Upon retrieving the mask, the Tennysons come into conflict with The Organization, now called the Forever Knights, who want to find the weapon themselves. The Tennysons end up with the mask after a struggle and use it to find the ultimate weapon, the Sword of Ekchuah, inside of a Mayan pyramid.

There, Fourarms faces off against the Mayan death god Ah Puch while the Forever Knights fight Max for the sword. In a painstaking decision, Max decides to save his family instead of claiming the weapon, realizing which was more important. His choice was not in vain, as the antique sword crumbles to dust once Enoch takes it, since the sword is five thousand years old. The temple collapses, and though Max warns Enoch not to stay, Enoch remains inside in an attempt to collect the dust that was once the ultimate weapon.

Episode 9: “Tough Luck”

Gwen dons her Lucky Girl costume again upon finding the mystical Keystone of Bezel at a convention in Las Vegas. Rather than extremely good luck, the Keystone greatly strengthens all of Gwen’s natural abilities to superhuman levels tenfold and granting her superhuman agility, enhanced reflexes, and durability. At the same time, Hex has been busted out of prison by his niece, Charmcaster, and seeks to use the keystone to restore the destroyed charms. Charmcaster tricks Gwen into trusting her so that she could easily take the Keystone and give it to Hex.

However, Charmcaster double-crosses her uncle so that she can take the six Charms’ great power for herself. Wildvine stops the recreation process and Gwen defeats Charmcaster herself. To do so, she instinctively fires a yellow-colored energy blast from Hex’s staff, which implies the first real hint of her own magical powers and her strong natural affinity with all things supernatural.

Episode 10: “They Lurk Below”

The family ride a jet belonging to Grandpa Max’s old Friend, Donovan Grand Smith, who owns an underwater resort. At the entrance, they receive a warm welcome from Donovan himself, though they also meet with his grandson, Edwin, who doesn’t seem to be excited about their guests. Later, when Edwin, Ben, and Gwen enter the Undersea Manta Ray, a giant submarine, they encounter strange aliens that threaten to destroy the whole resort. While the kids find a way to cooperate with each other to find the source. The aliens want to retrieve as it turns out that it was a piece of their technology, Donovan himself learns a few lessons in how to bond better with his grandson.

Episode 11: “Ghostfreaked Out”

Lately, Ben has been having strange nightmares about Ghostfreak. During a tour of an academy school Gwen wishes to attend, Ben sees and hears Ghostfreak everywhere, and bad luck follows him around. When Frightwig, Acid Breath, and Thumbskull show up, Ben activates his Omnitrix; however, it transforms him into Ghostfreak. After a vicious battle, during which Ben is clearly no longer in control, Ghostfreak escapes from the Omnitrix. Ghostfreak removes his second layer of skin in order to possess Ben, revealing a horrifying creature underneath. As a side effect of removing it, though, he can no longer withstand sunlight and is forced to retreat. Ghostfreak scares the circus trio into working for him as he schemes to possess Ben and gain control of the Omnitrix. Ben and family encounter Ghostfreak and his minions that night. Gwen and Max easily deal with the circus trio, but Ghostfreak has Ben on the run. As Ghostfreak prepares to possess him, Ben pulls back the curtains in the room while the sun is rising, incinerating him. In the end, presumably as a result of Gwen’s connection with Ben and her involvement in fighting off the villains (during which quite some damage was done), her application for the academy is rejected. Ben manages to cheer Gwen up after she hears the bad news. Aliens transformed into: Wildmutt, Ghostfreak (last time), Fourarms, Grey Matter.

Episode 12: “Dr. Animo and the Mutant Ray”

When Ben tries to take apart the Omnitrix to see how it works, he ends up breaking off its face and causing weird combinations of his alien forms when he transforms. Additionally, the broken piece begins mutating the smaller creatures it comes into contact with. Meanwhile, Dr. Animo escapes from prison and, during a battle with Ben, finds the broken piece of the Omnitrix. Using it, he is able to complete his large-scale Transmodulator, giving him the power to mutate the entire planet in a single shot.

Episode 13: “Back with a Vengeance”

Ben accidentally figures out the master-control of the Omnitrix, allowing him to become any alien just by thinking about it at will, and stay an alien indefinitely. Elsewhere, Kevin had assumed control of the Megacruiser. Using it to navigate the Universe, he locates and revives Vilgax. The two battle, but Vilgax wins and quickly realizes the nature of Kevin’s mutation and decides that he may be of use. Kevin and Vilgax locate Ben and fight to a stalemate. Max attempts to trap the enemies in the Null Void dimension; however, Ben gets pulled in as well and ends up continuing his battle in another realm. Gwen enters the Null Void in order to retrieve Ben.

Unfortunately, Kevin takes her hostage, forcing Ben to give away the Omnitrix in order to save her. But before anyone can escape, Kevin double-crosses Vilgax. Ben and Gwen procure the Omnitrix in the resulting brawl and leave the two villains trapped in the Null Void dimension. Ben reattaches the Omnitrix, only to realize that he had zeroed out the master-control and can no longer perform mind-accessed transformations.

Note: This episode features rapid transformations between all of Ben’s active aliens.

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