How It Should Have Ended
What is the point of all those push ups if you can't even lift a bloody log?

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These are two movies that would be funny to see how the Superhero Cafe cast would react. The first one being How it Should Have Ended Catwoman and How it Should Have Ended Supergirl. I think these two movies would be good additions to the Superhero Cafe skits. Perhaps even have Batgirl show up and wonder why she doesn't have a movie. Or better yet, have it where Supergirl and Batgirl are talking to each other at the Superhero Cafe but they're sitting in Superman and Batman's booth. Or just have them sitting with Batman and Superman. Having Batgirl be involved could prove to be funny.

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