|Static Shock episode|
|Airdate:||February 15, 2003|
|Animation Services by:||Dong Woo Animation Co., LTD.|
|Written by:||Len Uhley|
|Story by:||Alan Burnett|
|Directed by:||Victor Dal Chele|
|Episode images (7)|
- This article is about the episode. For the hero, see She-Bang.
"Shebang" is the fourth episode of season 3 of Static Shock. It first aired on February 15, 2003.
While saving some workmen, Static and Gear get a little help from a new superhero who calls herself She-Bang. Gear wants to recruit her to the team but Static says no. Daisy and Frieda introduce a new girl at school named Shenice Vale. They have a bowling match between the boys and the girls, and thanks to Shenice, the girls are winning. When her parents show up, Shenice misses the strike, and Virgil thinks her parents wanted her to fail.
Hotstreak goes on a rampage after seeing a really bad movie, and beats Static and Gear. Shebang defeats him with no trouble. However, she leaves when reporters arrive.
At home, Shenice's parents tell her she can't be the superhero She-Bang, but she tells them she can't be a quiet girl and not use her powers. An agent tracking She-Bang trails Static, who leads them to her. They use sleeping gas to knock out She-Bang and Static and kidnap the girl. Static and Gear talk to her parents and learn that they created Shenice in a lab, giving her superhuman abilities. They fell in love with her and decided to escape instead of handing her over. The company who wanted her made wants her back to clone her.
When the agents try to kidnap the doctors Vale, Static and Gear stop them and track them down to an airport. Static manages to get on the plane and saves Shenice. At the end, she tells them that her family will be going underground until all the people involved in wanting her made can be found and caught. After that, she hopes to return to Dakota and help them fight crime.
- First appearance of She-Bang.
- No director is credited.
- When Gear tells Hotstreak the metal is fire proof, he isn't wearing his gloves. But when Hotstreak blows him back, he is.
- Hotstreak's lack of appreciation for "Space Battles Episode 9" mirrors the less than positive reviews of the Star Wars prequel films.
| Previously produced episode:|
"The Usual Suspect"
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"Static in Africa"
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"The Usual Suspect"