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Episode 11

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March 10, 2014
Mighty Med's patients rank the hospital staff, and Kaz ends up getting number one. Oliver gets second to last (ahead of Alan) and wants to change his rank. Neocortex, a superhero with mind control, communication, and altering powers, is checked into Mighty Med, and Oliver convinces him to change his personality like Kaz. Oliver becomes popular among the staff and patients, but Kaz gets jealous. He convinces Neocortex to change Oliver back, but Oliver, not wanting to change back, reflects his power back at him. Neocortex's neural nuclear reactor is about to go off, which will destroy the hospital. Kaz must step up and be Oliver, and comes up with a plan to get Neocortex back to normal. Oliver uses a reversed polarity defibrillator and Neocortex returns to normal. The hero then changes Oliver back. Meanwhile, Skylar has the Normo flu, and Alan notices she can fly again. Thinking it's a medical breakthrough, Alan tells Horace, severely weakening Skylar's health in the process, but Horace says that it's just a temporary side effect, and is disappointed again.
March 10, 2014
Mighty Med's patients rank the hospital staff, and Kaz ends up getting number one. Oliver gets second to last (ahead of Alan) and wants to change his rank. Neocortex, a superhero with mind control, communication, and altering powers, is checked into Mighty Med, and Oliver convinces him to change his personality like Kaz. Oliver becomes popular among the staff and patients, but Kaz gets jealous. He convinces Neocortex to change Oliver back, but Oliver, not wanting to change back, reflects his power back at him. Neocortex's neural nuclear reactor is about to go off, which will destroy the hospital. Kaz must step up and be Oliver, and comes up with a plan to get Neocortex back to normal. Oliver uses a reversed polarity defibrillator and Neocortex returns to normal. The hero then changes Oliver back. Meanwhile, Skylar has the Normo flu, and Alan notices she can fly again. Thinking it's a medical breakthrough, Alan tells Horace, severely weakening Skylar's health in the process, but Horace says that it's just a temporary side effect, and is disappointed again.