Two weeks had passed since our hero had last stopped a crime, or saved a citizen’s life. Every time he arrived on scene, the Multi-Tasker was already there, and had the situation in hand. In fact, Mayor Poopenmeyer didn’t even bother calling him anymore. Captain Procrastination, while he enjoyed all of the down time as he could get, was becoming increasingly frustrated at his lack of heroic opportunities. A plan began to formulate in his mind.
He sat in front of his television and waited for his opportunity. After 10 hours of waiting, plus another 3 that he spent on the toilet, his moment arrived. Channel 13’s news team was reporting on the Muti-Tasker saving a fire fighter who was trapped in a burning building. This was what he was waiting for.
He took off as fast as he could. Even though the fire was 10 miles away, Captain Procrastination ran it in 2 seconds. Arriving just as the Multi-Tasker was walking out of the building, with the fallen fire fighter over his back, our hero jumped into action. His plan was quickly completed, and it was caught on camera.
The camera watched as the Multi-Tasker carried the civil servant out. Suddenly, a blur passed in front of them. When the blur was gone, the Multi-Tasker had been taught his lesson, as his pants were now around his ankles.