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Running Man: Episode 216

Earth is in imminent danger and our Running Heroes are here to save the day… once they recover their lost superpowers. Our superheroes spend some time living ordinary lives, and go through rigorous tests that test their strength, stamina, and best yet—their bravery. It turns out that being extraordinary can attract some unwanted attention, and they’ll discover that there are some things in this world which are greater than their powers.

EPISODE 216. Broadcast on October 12, 2014.

Somewhere deep in Korea, a set of capsules which have been untouched for the past century suddenly come to life. Contained inside are our superheroes, who awake one by one from their cryogenic slumber.

Superman (Jae-suk) is the first to taste fresh air, and is mistakenly called “Superwoman” by his neighbor, Wonderwoman (Ji-hyo). I never knew that Batman (Suk-jin) wore glasses with his suit, and Yooperman tries to lock him back in.

And then it’s time to meet Kwangvatar in the flesh. Damn, I knew the show had been joking about the likeness in the past, but he really does look like a true Avatar from the movie. Even his gait and behavior is similar. Wow, just wow.

Next up is Sonokong (Gary), a monkey character from a manhwa in the 1960s. Ha, how fitting. Haha is none other than Hong Gil-dong (who robbed from the rich to feed the poor; think Robin Hood), and last but not least is Jong-kook as the classic Wolverine.

I love how the caption tells us: “He isn’t Elvis Presley,” ’cause now I can’t unsee that. Our heroes immediately try to establish the pecking order and brag about their wealth or height, but what they soon discover is one commonality: They all don’t have powers. Jong-kook’s wooden blades turn out to be great back-scratchers. Heh, some superheroes they make.

Just then, a holographic message from the Antihero arrives: He’s the one who put them under for the past hundred years and robbed them of their superpowers. A meteor bound for Earth will crash in ten hours’ time, in which they must recover their powers again.

Kwangvatar is called out to listen to secret message, which drums up suspicion among the other superheroes. Citing that his ears are fake, Kwangvatar admits that he really can’t hear anything clearly. It certainly seems like whatever he hears is important, though we don’t get to hear what that is.

Additionally, Kwangvatar does his best to stay out of the rainy weather, admitting that some of the blue makeup is coming off already. With that, our superheroes head off to answer the cries of help from citizens in need.

Since they’re no more powerful than ordinary citizens right now, our heroes are forced to take taxis or public transportation. Yooperman (Jae-suk) claims that he could fly there like a bullet if he still had his powers. When VJ Kwon-ryul asks if he has the means to pay for the taxi ride, Yooperman just laughs.

Yooperman opts to wear his cape over his head to protect himself from the rain, and wanders around asking random passersby if they require his help. It isn’t long before he’s mobbed by a group of students, then he makes a run for it.

Elsewhere, Kwangvatar can barely lift his head, embarrassed by his get-up. “They think I’m some weirdo!” As for Kookverine, he stumbles upon a pair of citizens who require their help—the newlyweds need to get their car out of the packed parking lot so they can get to the airport. Oh, it’s basically like a sliding block puzzle!

I really like the comic book strip layout in this episode, and Kwangvatar approaches a woman standing in front of a set of vending machines. Her son has lost a souvenir coin underneath these machines, but try as he might, Kwangvatar can’t lift the machine via his own strength.

He’s worried about the paint wearing off of his hands by reaching near the mud, to which the woman asks if his powers will weaken if his pale skin color returns.

Yooperman is still busy helping any citizen he sees, until he hears the cry of a young woman looking for her twin sister. Like the practical hero he is, Yooperman points out: “You could call her.” Ha.

Yooperman even asks what her twin sister might be wearing, but the young woman doesn’t give any hints. She has to tell him to get going when he pelts her with endless questions.

Wonderwomong (Ji-hyo) comes to the aid of a rich man who has lost a land deed in the ground. He’s kind, too—there’s a pair of rain boots and a shovel nearby.

She starts digging into the wide plot of land, and digs, and digs, and digs. Already exhausted, she tells the camera that it used to be a speedy task for her. She tries to gather up her powers… which evaporates into a small puff of vapor. The only other company she has is the neighborhood dog barking at her.

Jitman (Suk-jin)’s task is to fill in as a substitute teacher for a nursery school. He reads a book to the kids, and one child asks if he can’t fly: “You’re a bat.” Smart kid. But he isn’t interested in Jitman’s sob story about losing his powers.

Jitman invites them to hit his suit to prove that nothing hurts him—-nothing apart from a kick to the family jewels, that is. OW, that’s got to hurt.

Ha Gil-dong (Haha) is asked to find a book that contains a student’s allowance. He twirls around and makes a whole show, climbing up the ladder, only to back out moments later because he’s scared of heights.

Ha Gil-dong discovers the necessary book soon enough, though it contains a good-luck note, not money. Grabbing the student, Ha Gil-dong demands, “Are you kidding me? What’s your deal?”

While Gaeokong (Gary) is busy cake decorating, Yooperman runs at top speed down the street to illustrate that he’s too fast for the cameras. VJ Kwon-ryul humors him, and Yooperman tells him that he could disappear in a moment’s notice, then crouches off-screen.

But if luck would have it, Yooperman runs right into the missing twin sister. Once the sisters are reunited, Yooperman points out that their greeting is too subdued for having seen each other for the first time in years.

Yooperman earns a sticker for his troubles, whereas he returns a kiss on the forehead with his thumb before running off.

People are understandably frightened and shocked at Kwangvatar’s appearance. After the initial surprised reaction, a few students help Kwangvatar out with their phones. He tries to raise morale by getting them to sort of cheer “The Earth is ours!”

Kwangvatar’s able to find the coin thanks to their help, and it’s cute how he makes an effort to get their names right. “They’ve saved the world!” he declares.

Meanwhile, Wonderwomong has been digging for thirty minutes now, and asks the dogs to tell her where the deed is in exchange for her forgiveness for barking. She follows their direction, and promises them security jobs in the hotel that will be built here if they’re right.

And whaddayaknow—the land deed is there, after all. That is pretty lucky.

Over at the parking lot, Jong-kook contemplates on what to do next, much to the newlyweds’ exasperation. He then proceeds to push the cars out of the way until the couple’s car is in the clear. And can I say how impressive it is to see Jong-kook push those cars by himself?

Now that all of our heroes have done their part, they hurry to make it back before time’s up. Most of our heroes make it to the rendezvous point, where Jitman claims that he knows why so many superheroes like themselves go through depression: “Heroes are lonely! Let’s form a union.”

Jong-kook shares that he had to put his blades back on at one point because people kept mistaking him for cosplaying Elvis Presley instead of Wolverine. He points out that only Clark Kent wears glasses, to which Yooperman argues that it’s been a number of years since he’s lost his powers.

When Kwangvatar arrives, he says people kept looking at him funny or wouldn’t meet his gaze at all. What’s worse is that he has to fully strip in order to do his business, and he had to ask someone to unzip him earlier.

Haha files in late, and the others tease him for looking like a country bumpkin. Only six of them will acquire a hint to the final mission location, and they’re all like, What’s there to choose? Haha came late!

So they take another vote, and Jae-suk loudly declares that there’s a vote against Kookverine. It’s Suk-jin, heh. By the end of it, Kookverine is the one to lose out with three votes from the Betrayal Trio.

The other six read their hint: “Where the lights gather at Han River,” then travel to their next location, where Kwangvatar is again pulled aside. What’s waiting for him there is a test of nerves: a narrow beam connecting two rooftops. Kwangvatar: “You want us to cross that?!”

“Avatars don’t do this!” he continues. “They have no powers. They’re just tall! A tall, blue person!” He heads inside, where he’s promptly blindfolded and led up the stairs, which just adds to his growing fear.

He’s told to grab onto the rope…. but omg, are you making him walk that thing BLINDFOLDED?! Kwangvatar: “Are you people crazy?!”

It doesn’t matter how Kwangvatar crosses the bridge, just as long as he does and rings the bell on the other end. If he succeeds, he’ll acquire another hint. And even though there’s plenty of safety measures in place, the PD tells him to be careful: “We’d like not to have an accident on our hands either.”

Kwangvatar slowly inches down the bridge, but he successfully makes it to the other side. Or so he thinks because he takes the blindfold off to see that he never actually left the first rooftop. Oh jeez.

Oh thank god they never planned to use that flimsy bridge itself, and Kwangvatar tries to laugh off his embarrassment. He asks the staff, “Can you edit out the part where I laid on the board?”

He asks them to overlay the final cut with an Avatar soundtrack and to reduce his whimpers. Just as requested, the final cut is pretty hilarious.

Jae-suk arrives at the scene next and freaks out at the setup. Kwang-soo is on the other rooftop, pretending to keep his fear at bay. Once blindfolded, Jae-suk tells himself that it could be better that he doesn’t see the height at all.

And while the setup may be fake, the fear is entirely real. Kwang-soo tries to talk him down the ledge from the other rooftop, and Jae-suk musters up the courage before taking a teensy inch.

He takes tiny steps forward, and it looks like Jae-suk is about to break down crying when he makes it to the other side. His annoyed expression at the absurd situation that he’s been safe the entire time is downright hilarious. This game is officially awesome.

Yooperman takes his anger out on VJ Kwon-ryul, and on the other side, Kwangvatar’s like, How can I leave it up to someone like Yooperman to protect the Earth?

I don’t think I’ll ever tire of our cast members’ astounded expressions, as Haha is led up to the roof wearing his blindfold. On the other side, Kwangvatar and Yooperman encourage him to give up (and thus losing the chance to obtain a hint).

Haha musters up the courage to take a few steps despite his annoyance with the staff. Then Jae-suk tries to dissuade him and his courage, which totally works because Haha cries out, “I give up, I give up, I give up!”

His ashamed yet irritated expression is hilarious. As expected SpartAce crosses the tiny bridge without any hesitation. I love how they all mess with Suk-jin, telling him that Jong-kook and Ji-hyo were the only ones who succeeded.

Suk-jin falls for it hook, line, and sinker as he looks like a nervous wreck up on the rooftop. Anxious, he stutters his words out, and they tell him not to slip on the rainy, wet surface. “My image will change once I do this, right?” Suk-jin asks. The answer? “No, not really…”

When Suk-jin crouches down, the others cry out that that’s even more dangerous. But Suk-jin wills himself to step forward, saying that he wants to be brave. He gets about a third of the way there before their words get to him and he retreats.

Suk-jin quits, and as the others give him a round of applause, he takes off his blindfold. This is just great—I’ll never ever tire of this. Burying his face in his hands, Suk-jin cries, “My son’s watching [this show]…”

Caption: “It’s okay, it’s just because you lost your powers… ”

Gary cries at the prospect of crossing this dangerous trek, too, while the Teasing Avengers try to talk him down. He measures the bridge, then freeaaakkks out: “I don’t want to do this!”

They walk him through each careful step, advising him to walk sideways like a crab, only for him to walk forward like a dog (both “crab” and “dogs” are homonyms in Korean). Gary eventually makes it to the other side, and bursts angrily when he sees that he’s totally safe.

The second hint is a “man-made island,” and then it’s time for their third mission: bus relay race. Here the first runner will get off the bus and pass along the baton to the next person until the final runner receives the baton and gets on the bus.

Their idea of having Jong-kook run the longest leg backfires, since he has a bad knee. And if Jong-kook isn’t up to it, then where does that leave the rest of our heroes?

Once our heroes get into position, it’s time to outrun the bus. Not before Kwang-soo helps a grandma along the street first. The streets are pretty clear, which makes the prospect of outrunning the bus that much more difficult.

Gary starts off the relay and takes off at top speed down the sidewalk. They’re slightly ahead of the bus by the time Suk-jin receives the baton—what a fantastic (but tiring) way to show off the cast’s athleticism they’ve built up for the past four years.

The bus trails behind Jong-kook as he runs, bad knee and all, and Kwang-soo quickly (but carefully!) maneuvers through the crowded section in the street. It’s hard to tell who’s ahead—Kwangvatar or the bus—but then Kwang-soo manages to make the final pass to Jae-suk.

It’s down to this final sprint, as Jae-suk flies down the street… and we cut to the others awaiting news of what happened. It’s good news—he got on the bus. We see that Jae-suk arrived at the bus stop well before the bus (which got stopped at a traffic light), giving the heroes a win.

Our heroes are given different level hints, and based on their guesses on the final mission location, split into two cars. The Monday Couple and Jae-suk have answered correctly, and in the other car, they believe that Jae-suk is the Antihero.

Everyone arrives at the final location, where the heroes’ cryogenic capsules lie waiting for them. Hmm, odd. The Antihero appears before them once again to cackle that they have three short minutes to find and sit in the R-stickered chairs in order to recover their powers.

The catch? Remember that secret message to Kwangvatar? There are only six available chairs. So it’s like Superpowers Musical Chairs?

There’s no time to argue or say anything when the whistle blows. Haha’s first to find a chair, then Suk-jin, Jae-suk, and Jong-kook. Now there are only two remaining, but they’re all suspicious—how can a final mission be this easy?

They discover that they have to match the colors on the chairs, and now only 90 seconds remain before the Earth will face destruction. Haha wonders if they have to help one another, and discovers the final chair nearby.

There’s a lot of confusion as the timer ticks down, as they try to figure out if they have to match the colors or not. Only 20 seconds remain.

They rearrange the chairs, and can you believe it—there’s enough room for all seven of them to sit. Their powers returned, our heroes learn one important Life lesson: All for one, and one for all.

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I will never, ever tire of watching this ep either. I looooove the Betrayal Trio and Haha's laugh when Sukjin took off his blindfold. HAHAHAHA!

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That fake out was one if the best ideas they ever came up with. Absolutely hilarious. It was also nice to have them all work together. The ending was a bit anticlimactic after all the hilarity in the middle...but nothing's perfect.

I also lived how genuinely embarrassed Kwangvatar was because people really tarted him like a crazy person.

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the fake out bit explains just why it best to play the fool even if it loses you the game..those that had trouble get air time those that just walk over get a five second recap..so next time we complain about a certain tall blue person hamming it up..will we know why.

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Let me also apologize for my phone's autocorrect. Kwang Soo being tarted up would be a whole different kind of dress up!

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Hahaha - and that would be ok too!

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I already busted a gut when I saw the pictures of Kwangvatar while they were shooting but seeing him in action was even more hilarious :D

That rooftop mission... Damn they had me fooled^^ That was some brilliant editing right there =) And this will probably be a go to sequence whenever I feel sad because it's just hilarious to see their reactions and tries to talk the others out of it :D

It was a great episode again but well that's kind of a given whenever the cast is on its own and no guests in sight ;)

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this ep was really hilarious. the whole "crossing the rooftop" was a genius idea

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That rooftop was pure evil genius.

I feel bad laughing so much, it must've been scary for them... but still. Ehehe~ sorry RM team. :DDDDDD

(Thanks for capping this gummi!)

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I LOVED the fake out and would've happily watched the entirety of that sequence, haha. I also thought the ending was really cute, and the crew really did a tremendous job with the costumes this time around. I was actually expecting this episode to be more "epic", like the Avengers episode last time (I thought it would be a continuation of that episode, since it was so heavily implied at the end of ep. 150 that there would be a follow up). I thought it would've made the ending really cohesive to give the members more time to scramble and really fight over chairs and do all the great betrayal stuff they usually do, to see if they figure out the puzzle and unify at the end. All the same I really enjoyed this. Thanks for the great recap!

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Also, watching Suk-jin interact with kids (including that very very comedically well-timed kick to the nuts) was pure gold.

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Omg I loved this episode!!! It was so funny!! Kwang-soo looks exactly like Avatar.

On another note, Three Meals A Day premiered!!! Lee Seo Jin and Na PD! :D

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I felt so bad for kwangsoo, he looked so embarrassed, yeah it was a bit funny but tricking them like that was pure evil

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whoever came up with this idea deserves a pat in the back.

1. Unsurprisingly, Kwangvatar comes out looking best although the rest weren't all that bad -- I can totally sympathize with his misgivings about going out in his blue get-up. I'd avoid him like the plague, too, if I saw somebody dressed like that in public. And his rooftop adventures? Hilarious! LOL!
2. KJK didn't really need those rubber muscles (the guy has muscles to spare!). That crack about Elvis Presley cracked me up. Those sideburns!
3. Yoo Jae-suk was a riot (as usual).
4. Suk-jin's performance on the roof (crossing that imaginary bridge) caused tears to leak out of my eyes. I had to take a hit the pause button so I could recover my breath and then continue watching. I half-expected him to give up, yet I couldn't help hoping that he could somehow hurdle this one (mostly for his son's sake) hahahaha. Oh well.

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Yes! I really feel.bad for sukjin. I think that he really wanted to cross the bridge,and pushed himself to go through,but in the end,he trusted his friends more than his instinct. His cry afterwards was heartwrenching. T___T

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This was one of their better episodes of late. They brought back Kwangvatar. Plus I like how he said, "We are only really tall." and other lies like that.

Bridge fake out--the best ever. Artful cutting--they had me. OMG that great. And then his subsequent acting with Jae Seok and his smirking. I was rolling.

Also some of the smaller moments--like Jae Seok's VJ running out of breath and Jae Seok making jokes about that. ^_^

Is it true, though, their ratings are bad?

Now if they'd only have Yoon Eun Hye...

I still want Yoon Eun Hye and Lee Minki with Bong Seon to guest on Running Man. (My fantasy would be, Hong Sisters write a drama where Yoon Eun Hye and Lee Minki get cast and it airs on SBS--then they guest on Running Man.... TT I can dream, can't I? It could be a Kooki's past catching up to him episode... with a revenge twist or something. (with a definite wrestling match))

Also, I think if they invited the wives of Running Man, that would be an epic episode. Byeol with Haha... and kicking his butt... most of their wives are former actresses/current talent anyway. Last time they had females on the opposing team, the female team cleaned house. (Even commenting that it was one of the fastest chases ever.)

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Yeah, the ratings are so bad, this episode only got a 8,9% in ratings, single digits its always bad,

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Yeah looks like having Jo InSung on 1N2D is killing them. Maybe it'll pick up after.

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yes..jo insung on 1N2D also killing me .he so cute whenever he smile i also smile..

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what episodes is that you are talking about, abt opposing team of females cleaning house?

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A very satisfying episode after waiting for more than a year. Kookie doesn't need the arm sleeves, his real arms are much nicer. His shirt got torn in the china running man episode 1. It is SWOONWORTHY. You can see EVERYTHING.

The missions given and what the PDs did are meant to divide them and trick them psychologically to think that there is a spy for the final mission, isn't it? I'm really glad that the RM cast decided to stick together for the ending mission this time. How far they have come from their betraying days and how they disintegrated as a team during the first avenger episode (150) ! Loyalty! Wu li!

Even thou the last mission was not physical with lots of action, and therefore not so entertaining to watch, I'm glad they passed the real mission - which is a psychological one.

I feel bad for Haha. He was genuinely bummed that he gave up the plank mission and he only felt better after Suk Jin gave up too. JSJ is bummed as well, and Jae Suk and the PDs have to say he lost his superpowers to take the blunt edge off. You can see it on both their faces. But honestly, I knew there is a trick once they set the blindfold on our giraffe.

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dude that fake bridge tho!!! ahahha!!! i was honestly having a heart attack when seeing kwangsoo walk across the bridge. he genuinely looked scared (who wouldnt?!) but then i literally LOLed forever when the truth was shown. hahahaha. pure genius and evil-minded of them. they need to bring more of these in!! i thought the whole telling kwangsoo a secret in the beginning was a bit off...as well as the rushed(?) ending. but all in all, this was good!!

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I almost fell off the couch when I see the big reveal. I had to pause and laugh for a good 10 minutes.

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I really like the bus chase mission. It's real and can't be manipulated. Good thing they did have some safety procedures and have security guards to clear the path for them to run.

It's kinda scary when Yoo Jae Suk was mobbed in the first mission, you can see the kids' umbrellas poking him. Then we cut back to him after their security in the yellow coat help to control the crowds.

I do love it so much when they do missions in the streets with some civillian spectators.

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OMG This was so much fun!! I feel like they did better in this ep than their other ones. And dude... Jong kook is so hawt in the wolverine getup!! And plus he really didn't need the arm sleeves.... XD

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Oh those foamy arm sleeves were just awful. Why give a man who is plenty muscular, wrinkly foam to wear? And poor Yoo-perman looked like he had a beer belly because of his ill fitting foam.
I see that Gary has to always wear something on his arms because of his new tattoos...
Great ep though!

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I have a theory--it was cold, it was rainy... he needed to be warm. Are you telling him to catch a cold? ^.~

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Wait, Gary has tattoos on his arms? How is that bad? O_o

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Yep definitely made up for the last superhero episode where they all fought against each other instead of the guests. I think they've learned well.

That bridge game has got to be one of the best I've seen on this show! Good job PDs.

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From the subbed show I watch,the first note HaHa found was a chain letter,that he now had to copy. Which is true?

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he was joking abt having to copy it. he found a fake letter

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What a fun episode! Loved the bus chase mission!

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I really liked this episode. The outfits were all nice esp. kwangsoo. He really looked like he was from a movie set. I liked how they tried to divide them up by only giving kwangsoo the hint in the beginning so they would be suspicious. I think this episode bring out their camaraderie and teamwork and lets us see how they would truly react in the situation. The plank is one of the best challenges ever. It tests their true courage. The mission at the end shows their altruism. if they had fought for the chairs and be suspicious of other, they wouldn't have been able to piece together that they needed to connect the chairs in order to have 7 chairs. They had to trust each other and give up the chair when they were connecting the chair together. btw joong kook's challenge of moving the cars can only be accomplished by him.

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Kwangvatar crosses the bridge!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tzB6lkASqRQ

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while I immensely enjoyed this episode, as opposed to the, say the last 5 episodes, I have to differ when they say Avatar is a "superhero". Avatar people are a humanoid tribe and they have no superpowers. Hong gil dong does not have superpowers as well. I am not too familiar with the character Gary was playing so I have no comment on that.
Batman in a sense, does not have superpowers, but rely solely on machines and technology.

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That's what makes Kwang Soo's comments really funny, though... also the ending funny. where they show Avatars don't fly...

“Avatars don’t do this! They have no powers. They’re just tall! A tall, blue person!”

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I think in the legend rather than the TV series Hong Gil used magic as his 'super power" as for the Avatar they are compared to normal human super fast and strong and jump and so on and again Batman is super with his gimics that 'normal' human can not have...I am saying gimics as of course RM batman had to come from the 60' TV show..and all of its camp and tongue in cheek. And most powerful of all is Gary's Sonokong who is the moneky king who defeated the gods in heaven and only The Buddha could contain him, so would put him ahead of superman...:-)

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the rooftop mission is just hilarious, I didn't expect it at all. :)) love this episode

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Hope the ratings will be much better!!!

For us, fans of RM outside Korea, we enjoy watching but we do not contribute to ratings.

If the ratings remain low, then RM will be axed.

I hope RM stays forever!!!
(I know i know, no show stays forever, and the members will get old, which will be impossible.)

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I was fooled! Love this ep! :D

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Loved the superhero theme but thought that the 1st and last part could have been done better.

YJS had the easiest task but was hilarious as usual (his "muscles" didn't fit well).

Mong-ji was cute and it was pretty amazing that she found the deed the way she did.

KJK's task was interesting but they should have just used his real muscles instead of those lumpy fake ones, but I'm gussing they didn't want Kookie to be cold.

Simply an amazing job w/ Kwnag-vatar's costume/makeup.

The bridge-crossing fake-out was brilliant.

The whole 7 seats w/ 6 chairs was an interesting concept but they should have made the superheroes earn the chairs by doing a task instead of simply finding them.

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I LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS EPISODE SO MUCH!!!
Thank you PD nim for creating amazing games in this episode. Kwang soo should be casted as avatar next movie. LOL
The bridge-crossing games was excellent and i got goosebumps on bus chasing games.
The last but not least, the chair games was superb! I'm very proud of them when they resolve the last games. I think It's one of the best RM episode ever!

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I am really a fan of kwang soo and he is so great in this episode, especially during the introduction he made when he went out of the glass volt. haha! he acted really well and he looks like really an Avatar. Another thing that surprised me and burst out laugh was when they were telling "clear (through walkie talkie) in each station where they were assigned to, and then suddenly Yooperman said "CLARA" hahahaha. I find it so funny!

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Human with supernatural strength- KIM JONG KOOK!!! Daebak :)

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hahahha..that rooftop mission?...hahahha,,,jinja daebak!!!....wahahahha.......

i will never get tired of watching all of your episodes!!!...RunningMAn is the best!!!....even if the ratings are bad...please dont end this show...i'm really attached to all the members even if i don't know them personally ...

im LOOKING FORWARD TO YOUR 1,000th episode!!!...hihihi...:d... Lovelots...<3

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GUMMIMOCHI!! YOU SHOULD WATCH/RECAP ROOMMATE SEASON 2. The cast of Roommate season 2 is truly daebakk. they're hilarious and unlike most other sequels, this one was better than season 1.

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does anyone know the name of the girl that asked for jaesuks help? shes prettyyy

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dara

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a nice, fun episode but not that great tbf. the first missions were pretty boring and not exciting at all. Rooftop was hilarious, but i had a feeling it was a fake-out actually, what with the way they edited it all.

the final mission was too short to be fair.

all in all, i give this 7 of 10

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Kwangvatar was so shy walking in the blue costume in public. Hahaha! I don’t blame him! That rooftop mission was genius! I love this episode alot!

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