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Disney XD’s Mighty Med

Oct 05, 2013

Disney XD's "Mighty Med," a new live-action comedy series starring popular Disney Channel stars Bradley Steven Perry (Kaz) and Jake Short (Oliver), premiered as a special one-hour event MONDAY, OCTOBER 7that 8:30/7:30c!

 

Oliver and Kaz are your typical high school best friends — interested in impressing girls, reading comic books, and playing video games. When they find a secret door leading to Mighty Med, the hospital for superheroes, the two discover that the characters they worship in the pages of their favorite comic books are not only real, but also have super injuries that require super medical treatment.

While Oliver and Kaz may be "Normos" (without powers of their own), they possess encyclopedic knowledge of all things comics that enable them to help save the people who save the people, and the the boys land afterschool jobs at Mighty Med. Whether it be curing a disease that causes accidental invisibility, or restoring flying powers, together they learn that you don't have to have superpowers to be super.

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Also starring are newcomer Paris Berelc as Skylar Storm and Devan Leos ("Madea's Witness Protection") as Alan. Recurring are identical twins Jason and Randy Sklar ("ESPN's Cheap Seats: Without Ron Parker") as Clyde and Wallace, respectively, and Carlos Lacamara ("The Brothers Garcia") as Horace

 

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chaoshammer99

chaoshammer99 wrote:

love this show!!!love laughing at kaz.they both are so cute!
commented: Fri Mar 21, 2014

Szaskia

Szaskia wrote:

so cute thoze 2
commented: Thu Jan 09, 2014

ROSSLYNCH05

ROSSLYNCH05 wrote:

i love mighty med i jake short
commented: Mon Dec 16, 2013

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