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So just saw the amazing spider-man, and I couldn't help noticing a significant plothole. Here's an idea for a HISHE short. Caution: Spoilers.
(Captain Stacey gets pierced by the Lizard's claws, Spider-Man frantically climbs up the tower and takes the toxin out, replacing it with the antidote. The Lizard changes back and Spider-Man swings down to Captain Stacey.)
Spidey: Captain Stacey! We did it! You were wrong about me being a rash vigilante, right?
Captain: No, I was right after all.
Spidey: Wait what?
Captain: You left me to fight an invincible dinosaur by myself!
Spidey: But sir, the town needed the antidote!
Captain: How many people got infected? Like five? And it's not like they were actually a threat to the town. If you're going to send my daughter to Oscorp where you know the Lizard is headed, why not have her destroy the emission device and worry about the antidote later? The toxin even wears off on its own after a while!
Spidey: Yeah, I guess that was kind of a mistake...
Captain: Speaking of my daughter, stay away from her.
Spidey: Hey! Me and Gwen have a really deep relationship!
Captain: (Skeptically) Really?
Spidey: Yeah, I mean, it got started quick sure, but we've been through a lot. I fought her tutoree, got one of her interns kicked out, didn't even have the courage to ask her out, fought with you when we first met, made out, told her I'm spiderman, made out, told her to go on a suicide mission, made out. Yeah, we made out a lot. That's probably the basis of our relationship.
Captain: I rest my case.
Spidey: Listen, I'll make it up to you!
(Shoots his webs into the claw wounds)
Captain: What was that for?
Spidey: I dunno, apparently webs cure gunshot wounds. It was worth a shot.
Gwen: You didn't even come to my dad's funeral.
Peter: Girl, my uncle didn't even have a funeral.