|Original Airdate||September 10, 2011|
|Writer(s)||Ben Acker & Ben Blacker|
|Villain||House of Lords|
Kickbutt is the eleventh episode of Season One and of Supah Ninjas overall. It aired on September 10, 2011.
A nerdy student named Spencer is a superhero wannabe and has an alter ego where he's called Kickbutt. Kickbutt is a one-episode character in the Supah Ninjas series. A famed Internet superhero, Kickbutt builds his reputation by recording his attacks on criminals with a camera attached to his helmet. Kickbutt's secret identity is Spencer, a computer nerd who goes to the same school as the Ninjas, where he heads the computer club. It is revealed in the House of Lords episode in which Kickbutt appeared that the reason he is reluctant to quit being a superhero, despite his lack of skill and his high risk of getting hurt, is that he is one of the least popular kids in the school and has no hope being popular as Spencer, and therefore compensates for that lacking by becoming an anonymous Internet celebrity. However, Spencer has hope for his social future because Mike invites him and his two computer friends to have pizza with the Ninjas at the end of the episode, where they all appear to be on the road to a great friendship.
Kickbutt is portrayed by Lucas Cruikshank, a renowned video editor and Internet sensation for his series of Fred videos, a theme which Nickelodeon has helped him make into a movie series. Funnily, the second Fred movie marks the second time that Cruikshank has worked with Carlos Knight, as he plays Diesle, one of Kevin's friends.
- This episode was most likely based on and a parody of Kick-A** . It's about a regular teenage boy who reads comic books and decides to become a superhero. He gets into an accident trying to fight crime, getting stabbed and ran over, but gets power through surgery and through the encounter.
- Lucas Cruikshank (FRED) guest stars as Spencer aka (Kick-Butt) in the episode.
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