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Adrian: Things are never gonna be the same now. I mean, look at this. You got aliens. You got big green guys tearing down buildings. When I was a kid, I used to draw cowboys and Indians.
Mason: Actually, it’s Native American, but whatever.
Adrian: Yeah. Tell you what, though. It ain’t bad, is it?
Mason: No. Yeah. Kid’s got a future.
Adrian: Yeah, well… …we’ll see, I guess.
Adrian: No, hey! You can’t saw through that stuff. These alien bastards are tough. You gotta use the stuff they use. See?
All right.
Adrian: All right. Oh, hey! Glad you could join us. Afternoon.
Shocker: Yeah. My alarm didn’t go off.

Adrian: Yeah, your alarm. Look, just go stack that armor plating like I asked you. This is a huge deal for us.
Anne Marie Hoag: Attention, please! In accordance with Executive Order 396B… …all post-battle cleanup operations are now under our jurisdiction. Thank you for your service. We’ll take it from here.
Adrian: Who the hell are you?
Qualified personnel.
Adrian: Look, I have a city contract to salvage all this, okay, with the city, so-
Anne Marie Hoag: I apologize, Mr. Toomes, but all salvage operations are now under our jurisdiction. Please turn over any and all exotic materials that you’ve collected… …or you will be prosecuted.
Adrian:Ma’am, what am-- ? Please. Come here. Hey, lady, come on. Look… …I bought trucks for this job. I brought in a whole new crew. These guys have a family. I have a family. I’m all in on this. I could lose my house.
Anne Marie Hoag:I’m sorry, sir. There’s nothing I can do.
Maybe next time, don’t overextend yourself.
Adrian: What’d you say? Yeah. He’s right. I overextended myself.
- Hey, hey, hey. - Don’t do it.
Anne Marie Hoag: Put them down. If you have a grievance, you may take it up with my superiors.
Adrian: Your superiors. Who the hell are they?
Newsreader: A joint venture between Stark Industries and the government… …the Department of Damage Control, will oversee the collection… …and storage of alien and other exotic materials.
Now the assholes who made this mess are paid to clean it up.
Yeah, it’s all rigged.
Experts estimate there are over 1500 tons of exotic material… …scattered throughout the tri-state area.
Hey, chief! We have another load from yesterday. We’re supposed to turn this in, right?
I ain’t hauling it.
It’s too bad. We could have made some cool stuff from all that alien junk.
Adrian:I tell you what. Let’s keep it. The world’s changing. It’s time we change, too.
Adrian:There you go, Mason. Business is good.

(in the car)
Peter Parker: *in a deep voice* New York. Queens. It’s a rough borough, but, hey, it’s home.
Happy Hogan: Who are you talking to?
Peter Parker: *normal voice* No one. Just making a little video of the trip.
Happy Hogan: You know you can’t show it to anyone.
Peter Parker: Yeah, I know.
Happy Hogan: Then why are you narrating in that voice?
Peter Parker: Umm - because it’s fun.
Happy Hogan: Fun.
Peter Parker: So, uh, why do they call you Happy?
Happy Hogan: Come on. I’m not carrying your bags. Let’s go.
Peter Parker: Hey, should I go to the bathroom before?
Happy Hogan: There’s a bathroom on it.
Peter Parker: No pilot? That’s awesome.

Happy Hogan: Is that where you’re gonna sit?

Peter Parker: Yeah.
Happy Hogan: This is your first time on a private plane?
Peter Parker: My first time on any plane. Should it-- ? Should it be-- ? Should it be making that noise?

(in the airport)

Peter Parker: (different clips of Berlin) No one has actually told me why I’m in Berlin or what I’m doing. Something about Captain America going crazy.

(at the hotel)

Happy Hogan: This is you.
Peter Parker: Oh, we’re neighbors?
Happy Hogan: We’re not roommates. Suit up.

(recording in the mirror)

Peter Parker: Okay, Peter, you got this.
Happy Hogan: What the hell are you wearing?
Peter Parker: It’s my suit.
Happy Hogan: Where’s the case?
Peter Parker: What case? What? I thought that was a closet. - This is still my room?

Happy Hogan: Go. Please.

Peter Parker- My room is way bigger than--

Happy Hogan: There.

Peter Parker: Alright, I found the case. I found the case. I found the case. *picks up note* "A minor upgrade"? WOAH! Oh, my God.

Happy Hogan: Put it on.

Peter Parker: - What the-- ? This is the coolest thing I’ve ever seen--

Happy Hogan:- Let’s go.

Peter Parker: But, yeah. Well, I don’t understand. Is it for me? Happy. Happy, wait. *pulls off mask* This is insane. Insane. Look at this thing. Look. Look at the eyes. - This is the greatest day of my life.

Happy Hogan: Let’s go.

Peter Parker: Okay

(at the airport)

Peter Parker: Okay, there’s Captain America, Iron Man, Black Widow. Who’s that new guy? -

Tony Stark: Underoos!

Peter Parker: Oh, that’s me. I gotta go. I gotta go. *swings in* Hey, everyone.

(later in the fight)

Peter Parker: The craziest thing just happened. I just had a fight with Captain America. I stole his shield. I threw it at him-- What the hell? He’s big now. I gotta go. Hang on.

(back at the hotel)

Peter Parker: It was the most amazing thing! Mr. Stark was like, "Hey, Underoos!" and I just sorta flipped in and stole Cap’s shield. And I was like, "Hey, what’s up, everybody?" And then-- (Happy knocks at the door) Hey, just a second! coming! Hey-

Happy Hogan: We have thin walls here.

(in Tony’s car)

Tony Stark: What are you doing, a little video diary?

Peter Parker: Yeah.

Tony Stark: It’s all right. I’d probably do the same.

Happy Hogan: I told him not to do it. He was filming everything.

Tony Stark: Okay.

Happy Hogan: I’m gonna wipe the chip.

Tony Stark: Hey, hey, hey, hey. You know what? We should actually make an alibi video for your aunt anyway. You ready?

Peter Parker: An alibi? Sure. Okay.

Tony Stark: We rolling? Get in the frame. Hey, May. How you doing? What are you wearing? Something skimpy, I hope. *Tony laughs as Peter looks at him in disgust* Peter, that’s inappropriate. Alright, let’s start over. You can edit it. Three, two, one. Hey, May. My gosh, Uh, I wanted to tell you what an incredible job your nephew did…this weekend at the Stark internship retreat. Everyone was impressed.

*horn honks in the background*

Happy Hogan: Come on! It’s a freaking merge. I’m sorry.

Tony Stark: This is because you’re not on Queens Boulevard. See, Happy is hoping to get bumped up to asset management. He was forehead of security, before that he was just a driver.

Happy Hogan: That was a private conversation. I don’t like joking about this. It was hard for me to talk to you about that.

Tony Stark: No, seriously, was he snoring a bunch?

Happy Hogan: *slamming on the breaks* Alright. Here we are. End of the line. Whoops.

Tony Stark: Happy, can you give us a moment?

Happy Hogan: You want me to leave the car?

Tony Stark: Why don’t you grab Peter’s case out of the trunk.

Peter Parker: *lowering phone* I can keep the suit?

Tony Stark: Yes, we were just talking about it. *clears his throat* Do me a favor, though. Happy’s kind of your point guy on this. Don’t stress him out. Don’t do anything stupid. I’ve seen his cardiogram. All right?

Peter Parker: Yes.

Tony Stark: Don’t do anything I would do, and definitely don’t do anything I wouldn’t do. There’s a little gray area in there and that’s where you operate.

Peter Parker: Wait, does that mean I’m an Aven-?

Tony Stark: No.

Happy Hogan: *knocks on window* This it?

Tony Stark:- Seventh floor.

Peter Parker:- I can take that. You don’t have to.

Happy Hogan:- You’ll take it?

Peter Parker:- Yeah, I can take that.

Happy Hogan:- Thank you.

Peter Parker:So when’s our next-- ? When’s our next "retreat," you know?

Tony Stark:- What, next mission?

Peter Parker:- Yeah, the mission. The missions.

Tony Stark:- We’ll call you.

Peter Parker:- Do you have my numbers?

Tony Stark: No, I mean, we’ll call you. Like, someone will call you. All right?

Peter Parker:- From your team. Okay. All right.

Tony Stark: It’s not a hug. I’m just grabbing the door for you. We’re not there yet. Bye.

Peter Parker:They’re gonna call me.

*at school*

Flash Thompson: What’s up, Penis Parker?

*school announcement*

Betty: Rise and shine, Midtown Science and Technology. Don’t forget about your homecoming tickets.

Jason: Do you have a date for homecoming?

Betty: Thanks, Jason, but I already have a date.

Betty:- Okay. - Yeah. Damn it. You, in my office right now.

Ned Leeds: Join me, and together……we’ll build my new LEGO Death Star.

Peter Parker: What?

Some girl: So lame.

Peter Parker: That’s awesome. How many pieces?

Ned Leeds: Three thousand eight hundred and three.

Peter Parker: That’s insane.

Ned Leeds: I know. You want to build it tonight?

Peter Parker: No, I can’t tonight. I’ve got the Stark--

Ned Leeds: - Stark internship.

Peter Parker: Yeah, exactly.

Ned Leeds: Always got that internship.

Peter Parker: Yeah, well, hopefully, soon it’ll lead to a real job with them.

Ned Leeds: That would be so sweet.

Peter Parker: Right?

Ned Leeds: He’d be all, "Good job on those spreadsheets, Peter. Here’s a gold coin." I don’t know how jobs work.

Peter Parker: That’s exactly how they work.

Ned Leeds: I’ll knock out the bones of the Death Star at my place. And then, I’ll come by afterwards. For the most part, the difficult thing is the base of it. The top half we can knock out in two hours, tops.

Peter Parker: That’d be great.

I’m gonna be late.


Teacher: Okay, so how do we calculate linear acceleration…between points A and B? Flash.

Flash: It’s the product of sine of the angle and gravity divided by mass.

Teacher: Nope. Peter. You still with us?

Peter: Yeah, yeah. Mass cancels out, so it’s just gravity times sine.

Teacher: Right. See, Flash, being the fastest isn’t always the best, if you are wrong.

Flash (to Peter): You’re dead.

2nd Teacher: Today we’re talking about Danish physicist Niels Bohr…but trust me, there’s nothing Bohr-ing…about his discoveries regarding quantum theory.

*Cafeteria - at lunch*

Peter: Did Liz get a new top?

Ned: No. We’ve seen that before, but never with that skirt.

(- Liz, hey. That looks so good. - Hi! )

Peter: We should probably stop staring before it gets creepy though.

Michelle: Too late. You guys are losers.

Ned: Well, then why do you sit with us?

Michelle: Cuz I don’t have any friends.


Liz: Next question. What is the heaviest naturally-occurring element?

Charles: Hydrogen’s the lightest. That’s not the question. Okay. Yeah.

Abraham: Uranium.

Liz: That is correct. Thank you, Abraham.

Abraham: Yes.

Liz: Please open your books to page 10.

Mr. Harrington: Peter, it’s nationals. Is there no way you could take one weekend off?

Peter Parker: I can’t go to Washington because if Mr. Stark needs me, then I have to make sure I’m here.

Flash: You’ve never even been in the same room as Tony Stark.

Cindy: Wait. What’s happening?

Sally: Peter’s not going to Washington.

Cindy: No.

Cindy: No, no, no.

Abraham: Why not?

Liz:  Really? Right before nationals?

Michelle: He already quit marching band and robotics lab. I’m not obsessed with him. Just very observant.

Liz: Flash, you’re in for Peter.

Flash: I don’t know. I gotta check my calendar first. I got a hot date with Black Widow coming up.

Abe: *rings bell* That is false.

Mr. Harrington: What’d I tell you about using the bell for comedic purposes?


(Street noise: - Hey, what’s up? - Hey, man. )

Peter Parker: What’s up, Mr. Delmar?

Mr. Delmar: Hey, Mr. Parker. Number five, right?

Peter Parker: Yeah, and, ah, with pickles, and can you smush it down real flat? Thanks.

Deli Worker: You got it, boss.

Mr. Delmar: How’s your aunt?

Peter Parker: Yeah, she’s all right.

Mr. Delmar: *in Spanish* "La tía de él es una italiana bellissima." (She’s a very hot Italian woman.)

Peter Parker: *in Spanish* "Cómo está tu hija, eh?" (How’s your daughter?)

Mr. Delmar: Ten dollars.

Peter Parker: It’s 5 dollars.

Mr. Delmar: For that comment, 10 dollars.

Peter Parker: Hey, come on. I’m joking. I’m joking. Here’s 5 dollars. *to cat* What’s up, Murph? How you doing, buddy?

Mr. Delmar: So how’s school?

Peter Parker: It’s boring. Got better things to do.

Mr. Delmar: Stay in school, kid. Stay in school. Otherwise, you’re gonna end up like me.

Peter Parker: This is great.

Mr. Delmar: Best sandwiches in Queens.


Peter Parker: Finally.

Random dude: What’s the matter with you?

Peter: Hey, could you hold this for a second? Thanks.

Peter:  Hey, is this anybody’s bike? No?

Peter: Hey, buddy, is this your bike?

Random dude #2: I have no change.

Peter:  Does anyone have a pen? Do you have a pen?


Peter:  Everybody good?


Random dude #3: Hey! You’re that spider guy on YouTube, right?

Peter:  Call me Spider-Man.

Random dude #3:  Okay, Spider-Man. Do a flip. Yeah!

Random dude #4: Not bad.


Peter:  Hey, buddy. You shouldn't steal cars, it’s bad.

Car owner: It’s my car, dumb-ass!

Marjorie:  Hey! Shut that off!

Car owner: Can you tell him it’s my car?

Peter: I was just tryna--

Day sleeper: I work at nights! Come on, dude! 

Other resident: That’s not your car! That’s his car.

Peter: How was I supposed to know?

Peter: He was putting that thing in the window!

Other resident #2: Every day with these damn alarms!

Other resident #3: Shut it off!

Gary: Don’t make me come down there, you punk.

Marjorie: Hey, Gary. How you doing?

Gary: Marjorie, how are you? How’s your mother?


Peter: I’m good, I’m good.


You have reached the voice-mail box of: Happy Hogan.

Peter Parker: Hey, Happy. Here’s my report for tonight. I stopped a grand theft bicycle. Couldn’t find the owner, so I just left a note. I helped this lost, old Dominican lady. She was really nice and bought me a churro. I just feel like I could be doing more. You know? Just curious when our next real mission’s gonna be. So, yeah, just call me back. It’s Peter. Parker.

Peter Parker: Why would I tell him about the churro?

Peter (almost letting his webshooters fall): Hey, hey- Okay.


Robber: Can’t wait to see this thing, guys.

Peter: Finally, something good.

Robber #1: Yo, this high-tech stuff makes it too easy.

Robber #2: Told you it was worth it.

Robber #1: Okay, go, go, go.

Robber #3: Oh, nice.

Robber #4: We can hit, like, five more places tonight.

Peter: (clears throat) What’s up, guys? You forget your PIN number? Whoa! You’re the Avengers. What are you guys doing here? Thor. Hulk. Good to finally meet you guys. I thought you’d be more handsome in person. Iron Man. Hey, what are you doing robbing a bank? You’re a billionaire. Hey! Oh, this feels so weird. What is that thing? I’m starting... to’re not...the Avengers!

Emergerncy Responder: 911. What’s your emergency?

Mr. Delmar: Uh…Spider-Man is fighting the Avengers in a bank on 21st Street.

Peter Parker: Alright guys, let’s wrap this up. It’s a school night. So, how do jerks like you get tech like this? No. Wait, wait, wait!

Peter Parker: Mr. Delmar.


Peter Parker: Hey, Mr. Delmar, you in here? ls anybody in here? Hello? Oh, come on. You've got to be-- Here, here.

Mr. Delmar: Good, yeah.


Happy Hogan: *to DUM-E* Okay. Good. Yes. Yes-- No. No, put that down. That’s worth more than you or me.

Happy: *to Peter* Yeah?

Peter Parker: Happy, the craziest thing just happened. These guys were robbing an ATM…with these high-tech weapons--

Happy Hogan: Take a breath. I don’t have time….for ATM robberies…

Peter Parker: Yeah, but--

Happy Hogan: or the thoughtful notes you leave behind. I have Moving Day to worry about. Everything’s gotta be out next week.

Peter Parker: Wait. Wait! You’re moving? Who’s moving?

Happy Hogan: Yeah, don’t you watch the news? Tony sold Avengers Tower. We’re relocating to a new facility upstate….where, hopefully, the cell service is much worse.

Peter Parker: But, what about me?

Happy Hogan: What about you?

Peter Parker: Well, what if Mr. Stark needs me or something big goes down? Can I please talk to Mr. Stark?

Happy Hogan: Stay away from anything too dangerous. I’m responsible for making sure you’re responsible, okay?

Peter Parker: I am responsible. I-- Oh, crap. My backpack’s gone.

Happy Hogan: That doesn’t sound responsible.

Peter Parker: I’ll call you back.

Happy Hogan: Feel free not to.



May (in the kitchen): What was that?

Peter (to May): Uh! Nothing! Nothing.

Ned: You’re the Spider-Man. From YouTube. 

Peter: I’m not. I’m not.

Ned: You were on the ceiling.

Peter: No, I wasn't. Ned! What are you doing in my room?

Ned: May let me in!  You said we were gonna finish the Death Star!

Peter: You can’t just bust into my room!

May: That turkey meatloaf recipe is a disaster. Let’s go to dinner. Thai? Ned, you want Thai?

Ned: Yes.

Peter: No! He’s got a thing.

Ned: A thing to do after...

May: Okay. Maybe put on some clothes.

Ned: Oh, she doesn’t know?

Peter: Nobody knows! Well, Mr. Stark knows, because he made my suit, but that's it!

Ned: Tony Stark made you that!? Are you an Avenger?

Peter: Yeah, basically. You can’t tell anybody about this. You gotta keep it a secret.

Ned: A secret? Why?

Peter: You know what she’s like. If she finds out people try and kill me every night, she's not gonna let me do this anymore. Come on, Ned, please?

Ned: Okay, okay, okay. I’ll level with you.

Ned: I don't think I can keep this a secret. This is the greatest thing that’s ever happened to me, Peter!

Peter: Ned, May cannot know. I cannot do that to her right now. You know? I mean, everything that’s happened with her, I-- Please.

Ned: Okay.

Peter: Just swear it, okay?

Ned: I swear.

Peter: Thank you.

Ned: Yeah.

Peter: I can’t believe this is happening now.

Ned: Can I try the suit on?

Peter: No.

Ned: How does it work? Is it magnets? How do you shoot the strings? -

Peter: I’m gonna tell you about this at school tomorrow, okay?

Ned: Great. Okay, well, wait, then. How do you do this and the Stark internship?

Peter: This is the Stark internship. Just get out of here.


Aunt May: What’s the matter? Thought you loved larb. It’s too larby? Not larby enough. How many times do I have to say "larb" before you talk to me? You know I larb you.

Peter: I’m just stressed. The internship, and I’m tired. A lot of work.

Aunt May: The Stark internship. I have to tell you, not a fan of that Tony Stark. Distracted all the time...he’s got you in your head.

News Reporter: Delmar’s Sandwiches was destroyed…

Aunt May: What does he have you doing?

News Reporter: …in an explosion…

Aunt May: You need to use your instincts.

News Reporter: …after an ATM robbery was thwarted by Queens’ own colorful, local crime stopper the Spider-Man. As the Spider-Man attempted to foil their heist, a powerful blast was set off, slicing through the bodega across the street. Miraculously, no one was harmed.

Aunt May: If you spot something like that happening, you turn and you run the other way.

Peter: Yeah. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Of course.

Aunt May: Six blocks away from us.

Peter: I...uh...I need a new backpack.

Aunt May: What? Peter: I need a new backpack.

Aunt May: That’s five.

Waiter: Sticky rice pudding.

Aunt May: Oh, we didn’t order that.

Waiter: It’s on the house.

Aunt May: Thanks. That’s nice of him.

Peter: I think he larbs you.

[ Ned and Peter walking to school the next morning]

Ned: You got bit by a spider? Can it bite me? Well, it probably would’ve hurt, right? Whatever. Even if it did hurt, I’d let it bite me. Maybe. How much did it hurt?

Peter: The spider’s dead, Ned.

[Peter and Ned stop in front of Delmar's]

Ned: You were here?

Peter: Yeah.

Ned: You could’ve died.... Do you lay eggs?

Peter: What? No. -

[Peter and Ned in Chemistry class]

Ned: Can you spit venom? -

Peter: No.

Ned: Can you summon an army of spiders?

Peter: No, Ned.

[In a different class]

Teacher: The Sokovia Accords were put into place…

Ned: How far can you shoot your webs?

Peter: It’s unknown. Shut up. --

Teacher: To begin regulating…

Ned: If I was you, I would stand on a building… - …and just shoot it as far as I could-- -

Peter: Shut up, Ned.

[In the gym. The students sit on the bleachers. Coach Wilson stands next to a TV playing an educational video of Captain America]

Captain America [on video]: Hi. I’m Captain America. Whether you’re in the classroom or on the battlefield…

Ned: Do you know him too?

Peter: Yeah, we met.

Captain America: …fitness can be the difference between success or failure. -

Peter: I stole his shield.

Ned: What?

Captain America: Today, my good friend, your gym teacher… will conduct the Captain America Fitness Challenge.

Gym Teacher: Thank you, Captain. Pretty sure he’s a war criminal, but I have to show these videos. It’s required by the state. Let’s do it.

Ned: Do Avengers have to pay taxes? What does Hulk smell like? I bet he smells nice.

Peter: You have to shut up.

Ned: Is Captain America cool, or is he like a mean, old grandpa?

Peter: Ned, just… shut it, okay? 

Ned: Hey, can I be your guy in the chair? 

Peter: What?

Ned: Yeah. You know how there’s a guy with a headset… telling the other guy where to go? If you’re in a burning building, I could tell you where to go. There’d be screens around me, and I could swivel around. - I could be your guy in the chair. 

Peter: I don’t need a guy in the chair.

Gym Teacher: Looking good, Parker.

Girl: Now, see, for me, it would be F Thor… …marry Iron Man and kill Hulk.

Liz: Well, what about the Spider-Man?

Girl: It’s just Spider-Man.

Liz: Did you see the bank security cam on YouTube? He fought off four guys.

Girl: Oh, my God, she’s crushing on Spider-Man.

Liz: No way. Kind of.

Girl: Oh, gross. - He’s probably 30. - You don’t know what he looks like. Like, what if he’s seriously burned?

Liz: I wouldn’t care. I’d love him for the person he is inside.

Ned: Peter knows Spider-Man.

Peter: No, I don’t.

Ned: No. I-- I mean-- They’re friends.

Flash: Yeah, like Coach Wilson and Captain America are friends.

Peter: I’ve met him, yeah. A couple times. But it’s… …through the Stark internship. Yeah, well, I’m not really supposed to talk about it.

Flash: Well, that’s awesome. Hey, you know what? Maybe you should invite him to Liz’s party. Right?

Liz: Yeah, I’m having people over tonight. You’re more than welcome to come.

Peter: Having a party?

Flash: Yeah, it’s gonna be dope. You should totally invite your personal friend Spider-Man.

Liz: It’s okay. I know Peter’s way too busy for parties anyway, so…

Flash: Come on. He’ll be there. Right, Parker?

Peter: What are you doing?

Ned: Helping you out. Did you not hear her? Liz has a crush on you. Dude, you’re an Avenger. If any one of us has a chance with a senior girl, it’s you.

May: House party in the suburbs. Oh, I remember these. Kind of jealous. It’ll be a night to remember. Ned, some hats wear men. You wear that hat.

Ned: Yeah, it gives me confidence.

Peter: This is a mistake. Hey, let’s just go home.

May: Oh, Peter. I know. I know it’s really hard… trying to fit in with all the changes your body’s going through. It’s flowering now. He’s so stressed out lately. What helps with stress is a party.

Peter: We should go to the party.

Peter: Yeah, let’s do it. I’m gonna go.

May: Peter. Have fun, okay? Okay

Peter: I will. Bye, May.

Ned: Dude, you have the suit, right?

Peter: Yeah.

Ned: This is gonna change our lives.

Liz: Annie, over here!

Flash: Hey. L- ley- DJ Flash.

Ned: Okay. We’re gonna have Spider-Man swing in… …say you guys are tight, and I get a fist bump or one of those half bro-hugs.

Michelle: Can’t believe you’re at this lame party.

Ned: But you’re here too.

Michelle: Am I?

Liz: Oh, my gosh. Hey, guys. Cool hat, Ned.

Ned: Hi, Liz.

Peter: Hi, Liz.

Liz: I’m so happy you guys came. There’s pizza and drinks. Help yourself.

Peter: What a great party.

Liz: Thanks. Oh, I-- My parents will kill me if anything’s broken. I gotta go. Have fun. - Bye.

Peter: Bye.

Ned: Dude, what are you doing? She’s here. Spider it up.

Peter: No, no, no. I can’t-- I cannot do this. Spider-Man is not a party trick, okay? Look, I’m just gonna be myself.

Ned: Peter, no one wants that.

Peter: Dude.

Flash: Penis Parker, what’s up? So where’s your pal Spider-Man? Let me guess: In Canada with your imaginary girlfriend? That’s not Spider-Man. That’s just Ned in a red shirt.

Peter [as Spider-Man]: "Hey, what’s up? I’m Spider-Man. Just thought I’d swing by and say hello to my buddy Peter. Oh, what’s up, Ned? Hey, where’s Peter, anyways? He must be around…" God, this is stupid. What am I doing? What the hell? This sucks.

Shocker: Now, this is crafted from a reclaimed sub-Ultron arm straight from Sokovia. Here. You try.

Miles' Uncle: I wanted something low-key. Why are you trying to upsell me, man?

Shocker: Okay, okay. I got what you need, all right? I got tons of great stuff here. One sec. Okay, I got black hole grenades, Chitauri railguns…

Miles' Uncle: You letting off shots in public now?

Shocker: Hurry up. Look, times are changing. We’re the only ones selling these high-tech weapons.

Peter: This must be where the ATM robbers got their stuff.

Miles' Uncle: I need something to stick up somebody. I’m not trying to shoot them back in time.

Shocker: I got antigrav climbers.

Miles' Uncle: Yo, climbers?

Shocker: Okay what the hell is that? Did you set us up?

Peter: Hey, hey, man. Hey! Hey, come on. You gonna shoot at somebody, shoot at me.

Shocker: All right. What was that?

Shocker #2: We gotta call him.

Shocker: No, no, no. Did you just do it again?

Shocker #2: Shut up. - I’m calling him.

Mason: Toomes’ phone. Boss.

Peter: Oh, my butt! Great. Guess I’m gonna have to take a shortcut. Hey, guys. Good game. Have fun. Hey, hey, buddy. Sorry, no time to play. Here, go fetch.

Barbecue Cooker: Now, this is more like it.

Peter: Smells really good. Great movie! Oh, hey, guys. NO! No!

Peter [voicemail recording]: Hey, it’s Peter. Leave a message.

Ned: Peter, where are you? The hat’s not working. This is not cool.

Peter: Almost got you. Thought you got away from me, didn’t you? I got you right where I want you.

Vulture: Surprise!

Peter: What the hell?

Peter: Oh, hey. And then he just, like, swooped down like a monster… …and picked me up, and took me up like a thousand feet and just dropped me. How’d you find me? Did you put a tracker in my suit?

Tony: I put everything in your suit. Including this heater.

Peter: That’s better. Thanks.

Tony: What were you thinking?

Peter: The guy with wings is the source of the weapons. I gotta take him down.

Tony: Take him down now, huh? Peter, there are people who handle this sort of thing.

Peter: The Avengers?

Tony: No. This is a little below their pay grade.

Peter: Mr. Stark, you didn’t have to come out here. I had that. I was fine.

Tony: Oh, I’m not here. Thank God this place has Wi-Fi… …or you would be toast right now. Thank Ganesh while you’re at it. Cheers. Look, forget the flying vulture guy, please.

Peter: Why?

Tony: Why? Because I said so! Sorry, I’m talking to a teenager. Stay close to the ground. Build up your game helping little people, like that lady that bought you the churro. Can’t you just be a friendly… neighborhood Spider-Man?

Peter: But I’m ready for more than that now.

Tony: No, you’re not.

Peter: That’s not what you thought when I took on Captain America.

Tony: Trust me, kid. If Cap wanted to lay you out, he would’ve. Listen to me. If you come across these weapons again, call Happy.

Peter: Are you driving?

Tony: You know, it’s never too early to start thinking about college. I got some pull at MIT. End call.

Peter: No, I don’t need to go to--

F.R.I.D.A.Y: Mr. Stark is no longer connected.

Peter: That’s awesome. "Stay close to the ground"? What is he talking about? [over phone] Hey, what’s up? I’m on my way back.

Ned: Actually, I was calling to say maybe you shouldn’t come. Listen.

Flash: When I say "penis," you say "Parker." - Penis! - Parker! - Penis! - Parker!

Ned: Sorry, Peter. I guess we’re still losers. I’ll see you tomorrow.

Peter: I’ll see you tomorrow.

[Cut to Vulture's warehouse]

Adrian: Idiots. Idiots. Idiots!

Phineas: Boss? Your wife keeps texting you. Something about a brake light.

Adrian: What’d I tell you about looking at my phone?

Phineas: Sorry. You left it out. You know I’m a curious person by nature. I finished designing that high-altitude vacuum seal. In case you want to, you know, go for the big one?

Adrian: You’re still on that? I told you, no. The answer’s no. Forget it.

Jackson: I mean, that was badass.

Adrian: How many times have I told you not to fire them out in the open? 

Jackson: You said, move the merchandise.

Adrian: Under the radar. Under the radar! That’s how we survive. If you bring Damage Control or the Avengers down here, we’re through. You’re out there wearing that goofy thing, lighting up cars…calling yourself the Shocker. "I’m the Shocker. I shock people." What is this, pro wrestling?

Jackson: Yeah, whatever, old man. Come on. 

Adrian: Look. Look. I know you don’t give a crap about anything. But I do. I built this whole place because I got people I have to look after.

Jackson: Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.

Adrian: You know what? I can’t afford your bullshit. Get out of here.

Jackson: What?

Adrian: You’re done. You’re off the crew. 

Mason: Yeah, all right. All right. Wonder if you can afford me out there, though, right? With everything I know.

Adrian: Excuse me?

Mason: I’m just saying, maybe your wife would like to know where you really get your money from.

Adrian: You know what?

Jackson: What?

Adrian: You’re right. That work?

Phineas: I don’t know.

Adrian: I can’t afford that.

Phineas: Wait! 

Herman: Damn.  

Adrian: I thought this was the antigravity gun.

Phineas: What? No, that’s that one.

Adrian: Here. Now you’re the Shocker. Go out there and find that weapon he lost.

Herman: All right.

[Cut to Ned and Peter at school]

Ned: Hey, thanks for bailing on me.

Peter: Yeah, well, something came up.

Ned: Woah, what is that?

Peter: I don’t know. Some guy tried to vaporize me with it.

Ned: Seriously? 

Peter: Yeah.

Ned: Awesome!  I mean, not awesome. Totally uncool of that guy. So scary.

Peter: Well, look, I think it’s… …a power source.

Ned: Yeah, but it’s connected to all these microprocessors. That’s an inductive charging plate. That’s what I use to charge my toothbrush.

Peter: Whoever’s making these weapons is combining alien tech with ours.

Ned: That is literally the coolest sentence anyone has ever said. I just want to thank you for letting me be part of your journey… …into this amazing -

Teacher:  Keep your fingers clear of the blades.

Peter: I gotta figure out what this is and who makes it.

Ned: We’ll go to the lab after class and run tests.

[Cut to Ned and Peter in the hall after class]

Ned: First, we put the glowy thing in the mass spectrometer.

Peter: We gotta come up with a better name than "glowy thingy."

Ned: You’re right.

Peter: Crap. Come on, come on, come on.

Henchman: High schools creep me out. They got this funny smell, you know?

Peter: Hey, that’s one of the guys that tried to kill me.

Ned: What?

Peter: Yeah.

Ned: We gotta get out of here.

Peter: No, no, no. I gotta follow them. Maybe they can lead me to the guy that dropped me in the lake.

Ned: Someone dropped you in a lake?

Peter: Yeah, it was not good.

Ned: Peter - 

Peter: No. Stay there, Ned.

Ned: Peter!

Tiny: What are you doing?

Ned: Nothing.

Tiny: Oh.

Ned: Yeah. You good?

Tiny: Chess.

Henchman: Man, can you imagine what the boss would say if he knew where we were?

Herman: It’s saying there was an energy pulse here.

Henchman: There’s no sign of the weapon. And even if it was here, now it’s gone.

Herman: So are we.

[Cut to Ned and Peter in Peter's bedroom]

Ned: This is so awesome.

Peter: I know, right? They’re in Brooklyn.


Ned: Staten Island.


Ned: Leaving Jersey.


Ned: They stopped.

Peter: Maryland?

Ned: What’s there?

Peter: I don’t know. Evil lair?

Ned: They have a lair?

Peter: A gang with alien guns… run by a guy with wings? Yeah, they have a lair.

Ned: Badass. But how are you gonna get there if it’s, like, 300 miles away?

Peter: It’s not too far from D.C.

[Cut to Peter and the decathalon team outside the school]

Abe: Hey, it’s Peter.

Peter: Guys.

Liz: Peter?

Ned: Hey, buddy.

Peter: I was hoping I could rejoin the team.

Flash: No, no way. You can’t quit on us, stroll up, and be welcomed back by everyone.

Mr. Harrington: Hey, welcome back! Flash, you’re back to first alternate.

Flash: What?  

Abe: He’s taking your place.

MJ: Excuse me, can we go already? I was hoping to get in some protesting in front of an embassy before dinner.

Mr. Harrington: Protesting is patriotic. Let’s get on the bus.

Liz: Focus up. Our next topic is the moons of Saturn.

Cindy: The second law of thermodynamics.

Charles: Frank Sinatra.

Flash: Fort Sumter.

Abe: Flash is wrong.

Liz: Okay, guys, let’s focus. Next one.

Mr. Harrington: Liz, don’t overwork 'em.

Peter: Strontium, barium, vibranium.

Liz: Very good, Peter. Glad to have you back.

Peter: Glad to be back.

Liz: What is the current standard unit of -

Peter: Can I take this real quick?

Liz: Yeah, fine.

Peter: Hello?

Happy: Got a blip on my screen here. You left New York?

Liz: Okay, focus up, everyone.

Peter: Tracker. Yeah, it’s just a school trip. It’s nothing. Happy, I gotta say, tracking me without permission… …is a complete violation of privacy. - That’s different.

Happy: What’s different?

Peter: Nothing. Look, it’s just the Academic Decathlon. It’s no big deal.

Happy: Hey, hey. I’ll decide if it’s no big deal. Sounds like no big deal, but remember, I’m watching you. - Everyone stick together. - Yeah. You kidding me? This place is huge. - I’ve seen bigger. - There’s a bird in here. - Hey, you brought your laptop, right? - Why? Peter… …why are we removing the tracker from your suit? I gotta follow these guys to their boss before they move again… …and I don’t really want Mr. Stark to know about it. So you’re lying to Iron Man now? No, I’m not lying. He just doesn’t really get what I can do yet. Gotcha. All right, Happy, enjoy tracking this lamp. There’s a ton of other subsystems in here… …but they’re all disabled by the Training Wheels Protocol. What? "Training Wheels Protocol"? Turn it off. I don’t think that’s a good idea. They’re blocked for a reason. Come on, man, I don’t need training wheels. I’m sick of him treating me like a kid all the time. - t’s not cool. - But you are a kid. A kid who can stop a bus with his bare hands. Peter, I just don’t think this is a great idea. I mean, what if this is illegal? Look, please. This is my chance to prove myself. I can handle it. Ned, come on. - I don’t think this is a good idea. - The guy in the chair. - Don’t do that. - Come on. The glowy thing, it’s evidence. Keep it safe. - All right? - Okay. Okay. - They’re moving. - Be careful. - Hey, Liz. - Perfect timing. We’re gonna go swimming. - Come on, come on, come on. - What? - Hey, Peter. - Hi. L- ley- I was-- I was gonna go study in the business center. You don’t need to. You’re the smartest guy I’ve ever met. And besides… …a rebellious group activity the day before competition is good for morale. Well, I read that in a TED Talk, so-- I-- I heard it in a TED Talk. And I read a coaching book. You really-- This is really important to you. Yeah. It’s our future. I’m not gonna screw it up. Besides, we raided the minibar and these candy bars were, like, $11. - So get your trunks on and come on. - Come on. - Come on. - I’m coming, I’m coming. Let’s go. - Good evening, Peter. - Hello? Hello? Congratulations on completing the Training Wheels Protocol… …and gaining access to your suit’s full capabilities. Thank you. Where would you like to take me tonight? I put a tracker on someone. He’s a bad guy. Tracker located. Plotting course to intercept target. As long as I make it back in time for decathlon, it’s fine. One hundred meters from destination and closing. Jump now. Detecting three individuals. Why is their secret lair in a gas station? That’s so lame. Hey, suit lady, what are they doing? Do you want to hear what they’re saying? I can hear what they’re saying? Yeah. Activating Enhanced Reconnaissance Mode. I got the gauntlet from the Lagos cleanup. The rest is my design. Whoa, that’s so cool. Can’t believe they’re still cleaning up that Triskelion mess. I love it. They keep making messes… - …we keep getting rich. - Target inbound. They’re in the middle of a heist. I could catch them red-handed. This is awesome. Okay, I’ll get closer to see what’s happening. Would you like me to engage Enhanced Combat Mode? "Enhanced Combat Mode"? Yeah. Activating instant Kill. No, no, no. I don’t want to kill anybody. Deactivating Instant Kill. Did you hear that? What the hell just happened? What was that? You jumped off the sign and landed on your face. What’s wrong with my web-shooters? Rapid-fire is the default for Enhanced Combat Mode. - Why would I need rapid-fire? - Would you like to see more options? You have 576 possible web-shooter combinations. Mr. Stark really overdid it. You two wait right here. Wait. You’re gonna want to turn on the dampers. - That thing will shatter your arm. - All right, where’s the dampers? - That one. - Great choice. Would you like me to set this as your new default? No, no, no. - Push that in. No, the other-- - Here? This one here? - What was that? - Taser webs. Taser webs? I don’t want Taser webs. You seem to be unfamiliar with your web-shooter settings. Would you like to run a refresher course? - No. Just-- You choose. - Sure thing. Six-alpha-niner, are you running on time? Copy, central. Six-alpha-niner on schedule. - I got a visual. - Green light, green light. Oh, that’s him. Okay. I got eyes on the convoy. Pulling in behind the caboose. Deploy anchors. Dropping down. No outgoing distress signals. You’re clear. Hey. Looks like they got some good stuff here. Cool. It’s like some kind of matter phase shifter. All right, coming up. Hey, Big Bird. This doesn’t belong to you. Oh, God. - Suit lady, what was that?! - You told me to choose. What? No, just set everything back to normal. Activating all systems. My head. You appear to have a mild concussion. Hey, so where am I right now? I’m not sure. The container walls are hindering my sensors. Wait a minute. They must have hijacked the truck and taken me to their evil lair. Okay, suit lady, we’re gonna have to fight our way out of this one. Three, two, one. What is this place? Suit lady, where am I? You’re in the most secure facility on the eastern seaboard. The Damage Control deep storage vault. No. Seriously? The door will most likely remain closed until morning. Morning? Hey, suit lady. I kind of feel bad calling you "suit lady," you know? I think I should probably give you a name. Like Liz. No, no, no. God, that’s-- That’s weird. What about Karen? You can call me Karen if you would like. Hey, Karen, what else can this suit do? What? Maybe we should run that refresher course. - Ricochet web. - Ricochet web. - Cool. - Splitter web. - Web grenade. - Web grenade! Should I tell Liz that I’m Spider-Man? Who is Liz? Who’s Liz? She’s-- She’s the best. She’s awesome. She’s just a girl who goes to my school. And-- Yeah, I just-- I really want to tell her, but it’s kind of weird, you know? "Hey, I’m Spider-Man." What’s weird about that? What if she’s expecting someone like Tony Stark? Imagine how disappointed she’d be when she sees me. Well, if I were her, I wouldn’t be disappointed at all. Thanks, Karen. It’s really nice to have somebody to talk to. Hey, how long we been here anyways? - Thirty-seven minutes- - What?! Thirty-seven minutes? That’s insane. I cannot take this anymore. I got t0-- I gotta get out of here. There’s got t0 be something in here I can use. Okay, let’s see. Nope. That’s awesome. Hey, it’s like the glowy thing. That glowy thing is an explosive Chitauri energy core. You mean, we’ve been carrying around a bomb? t would require radiation to transform it into an explosive state. No, no, no. Hey! Please! Please, somebody let me out! Hey! Karen, you have to help me override that time lock. Okay, Karen, lower the voltage and run it. Trial unsuccessful. Okay, we’re just gonna have to try every sequence. Ned, Peter, we’re gonna be late. Come on, let’s go. Okay. Hold on, hold on. Initiating trial 247. It worked. It works. Please be sure all cell phones are turned off. Thank you. Karen, get me to decathlon as fast as possible. Sure thing. Just tell me where it is. Across the street from the Washington Monument. - It’s Ned. Leave a message. - Call me back. The glowy thing’s a bomb! There’s a vehicle approaching on your right. We have now entered sudden death. The next correct answer wins the championship. Midtown Tech? Zero. That is correct. Midtown takes the championship. - We won. - You guys, I am so proud of you. - Told you we didn’t need Peter. - Flash, you didn’t answer a question. - Taking it all in, Michelle? - Oh, yeah, I just-- I don’t want to celebrate something that was built by slaves. I’m sure the Washington Monument wasn’t built by-- Okay. - Enjoy your book. - Thanks. - Oh, Ned, you’re alive. - Peter, are you okay? Where’s the glowy thing? The glowy thing? - t’s safe. It’s in my backpack. - Ned, listen, the glowy thing is dangerous. You missed the decathlon. I covered for you. - Listen. - We’re at the Washington Monument. - Peter, is that you? - Hey, Liz. - Is that Liz? - Put Ned back on the phone. - You should tell her how you feel. - You flake. You are lucky we won. I want to be mad, but I’m more worried. Like, what is going on with you? I have to talk to Ned. It’s important. - All items on the belt, please. - There’s something in Ned’s backpack. It’s dangerous. Don’t let it go through x-ray. Liz? Liz! Damn it. Can I be the one to tell Peter he’s expelled? The Washington Monument is 555 feet, five and one-eighth inches tall. Notice how the marble and granite are cut around the stone. No, no, no. Karen, what’s going on up there? The Chitauri core has detonated… …and caused severe structural damage to the elevator. - Oh, no. - My friends are up there. What? Don’t worry, ma’am, everything’s gonna be okay. Excuse me, excuse me. Oh, my God, that’s tall. Oh, my God. Look at the ceiling. Just stay calm, everyone. Oh, we are all going to die here. Estimating 10 minutes before catastrophic failure. We’re freaking screwed. Okay, I know that was scary, but our safety systems are working. The safety systems are completely failing. We’re very safe in here. The occupants are in imminent mortal danger. Going as fast as I can! - Let’s go. - Give me your hand. You now have 125 seconds until catastrophic failure. What?! Why? Unexpected motion has caused the deterioration to escalate. - How do I get in there? - Activating reconnaissance drone. Has that been there this whole time? That’s awesome. Locating optimal entry point. Proceed to southwest window. Karen, I’m on my way. - There’s a lot of glass here. - You got this. Keep coming, keep coming. Okay. Oh, my God. Okay. What’s wrong? You’ve reached the southwest window. - Why are you hesitating? - It’s fine. I’ve just never been this high before. You have also not reinstalled your parachute… …so a fall from this height would most likely be lethal. Perfect. Oh, my God. Why is it not breaking? It’s four-inch ballistic glass. You’ll have to create more momentum. This is D.C. Metro Police. Identify yourself. My friends are in there! Stop! Return to the ground immediately. - Okay, who’s next? - Me, it’s my turn. Flash, seriously? What are you doing? - Come on. - Don’t worry about the trophy. Stand down! Return to the ground immediately. Return to the ground or we will open fire! Go up, 90 UP- I got this. Take my trophy. This is your last chance. I’m gonna die. Break! I did it. Hey, how you doing? Don’t worry. I got you. - Yes! Yes. - Hey, hey, hey. - Big guy, quit moving around. - I’m sorry, sir. Let’s go, let’s go! Okay, Okay- - Mr. Harrington, go. - Ned, come on. - This is your stop. - Come on, Liz. Go, go, go. Everybody out. Move it, people. Move it, move it. - Are you sure it’s safe? - Liz. Liz! You’re okay. You’re okay. Okay. - Oh, my God. - Good, good. Come on up. Come on, you guys, stay back. - Come on in. - You guys good? So is everyone okay? This is your chance, Peter. Kiss her. Thank you. Are you really friends with Peter Parker? I can finish the next order, but without any new materials from that truck… Yeah, damn it. We still have enough to do the Gargan deal though, right? Yeah, but then that’s it. Maybe it is time that I built the high-altitude seal. - Would you shut up about that? - It’s only one job. No. Eight years, not a word from the feds, nothing from those… …Halloween-costume-wearing bozos up there in Stark Tower. And then all of a sudden, this little bastard in red tights shows up. And he thinks he can tear down everything I’ve built. Really? I’m gonna kill him. - I’m gonna find him-- - Found him. The Spider-Man swooped in… …heroically saving an Academic Decathlon team from Queens. The identity of the masked hero is still unknown. - Mom. - Oh, kids. All right. Peter. Come here, come here, come here. This past weekend, Midtown’s Academic Decathlon team… …defeated the country’s best to win the national championship. Later that day, they also defeated death. Explosion. Salty scream. Flash scream. Everybody screaming. There were purple lasers and smoke. It was tight, like a Bon Jovi concert. As you know, we made it out alive, and that’s the important thing. I couldn’t bear to lose a student on a school trip. Not again. Thankfully, no one was seriously injured thanks to the Spider-Man. - Thank you, Spider-Man. - Thank you, Spider-Man. Up next: the Spider-Man mania is sweeping the school. How can you show your spider spirit? Dude, dude, dude. What is it like being famous when nobody knows it’s you? - Crazy, dude. - It’s crazy. - Should we tell everyone? - No. - Should I tell everyone? - No, dude. That’s not a good idea. - Okay, come on, we’ll be late to class. - I’m not going to class. You’re already in trouble for ditching the decathlon. Dude, listen, I figured it out. The wingsuit guy is stealing from Damage Control. What he takes from Damage Control, that’s how he builds the weapons. - So all I gotta do is catch him. - But we have a Spanish quiz. Ned, I’m probably never gonna come back here. Mr. Stark is moving the Avengers upstate… - …so when I bring this guy in-- - Dude. You want to be a high school dropout? I am so far beyond high school right now. Parker, my office. So… …you got detention. You screwed up. You know what you did was wrong. The question is, how are you gonna make things right? Maybe you were trying to be cool. But take it from a guy who’s been frozen for 65 years… …the only way to really be cool is to follow the rules. We all know what’s right. We all know what’s wrong. Next time those turkeys try to convince you of something… - …you know is wrong… - Where you going? Get back here. …just think to yourself, what would Captain America do? Why are you here? You don’t have detention. Oh, I know. I just like coming here to sketch people in crisis. It’s you. So your body’s changing. Believe me, I know how that feels. May? Hey, Karen. What’s up? Hey, Peter. How was your Spanish quiz? I was wondering if you could help me. I’m trying to figure out who the guys under the bridge were that night… …but I can only remember part of a license plate. I can run facial recognition on the footage of that encounter. - Footage? - Yes, Peter. I record everything you see. - Everything? - Everything. - All the time? - It’s called the Baby-Monitor Protocol. Yeah, of course it is. - Yeah, just roll it back to last Friday. - With pleasure. Hey, everyone. Yeah, kick-ass party. Hey, what’s up, Liz? Peter’s told me a lot about you. No, no, no. This is just me messing around. Go later in the day, later in the day. It is I, Thor, son of Odin. No, no, no. That’s definitely-- That’s definitely not what we wanted to watch. - Your impressions are very funny. - Fast-forward to the arms deal. Okay. - The two on the right, who are they? - Searching law enforcement databases. No records found for two of the individuals. Nothing’? - One individual identified. Aaron Davis, age 33. He has a criminal record and an address here in Queens. Let’s pay him a visit. Would you like me to activate the Enhanced Interrogation Protocol? Yeah. - Remember me? - Hey-- I need information. You’ll give it to me now. - All right, chill. - Come on! - What happened to your voice? - What do you mean? I heard you by the bridge. I know what a girl sound like. I’m not a girl. I’m a boy. I mean, I’m a-- I’m a man. I don’t care what you are, a boy, a girl-- I’m not a girl. I’m a man. Come on, man. Look, who is selling these weapons? I need to know. Give me names or else. - You ain’t ever done this before, huh? - Deactivate Interrogation Mode. Look, man. These guys are selling weapons that are crazy dangerous. They can’t be out on the streets. If one of them can cut Delmar’s Bodega in half-- - You know Delmar’s? - Yeah, best sandwich in Queens. - Sub Haven’s pretty good. - It’s too much bread. - I like bread. - Come on, man, please. Stupid Interrogation Mode. Karen, don’t ever do that again. The other night, you told that dude, "if you shoot somebody, shoot me." That’s pretty ballsy. I don’t want those weapons in this neighborhood. I got a nephew who live here. Who are these guys? What can you tell me about the guy with the wings? Other than he’s a psychopath dressed like a demon, nothing. I don’t know who he is or where he is. - I do know where he’s gonna be. - Really? Yeah, this crazy dude I used to work with… …he’s supposed to be doing a deal with him. Yes! Yes. - Thank-- - Hey. Hey. Hey. I didn’t tell you where. You don’t have a location. Right, of course. Yeah, my bad. Silly. Just-- Yeah. - Where is it? - Can I give you some advice? You got to get better at this part of the job. I don’t understand. I’m intimidating. - Staten Island Ferry, 11. - Oh, that’s soon. That’s gonna dissolve in two hours. No, no, no. Come fix this. - Two hours. You deserve that. - I got ice cream in here. You deserve that. You’re a criminal. Bye, Mr. Criminal. Nice. Okay, Karen, activate Enhanced Reconnaissance Mode. Sure thing. He’s up front, main deck. I hate this guy. It’s the guy from the bridge, right? Who’s that other guy? Just keep me posted. There’s no record of him in my criminal database. Incoming call from May Parker. Should I reroute to your heads-up display? I can’t talk right now. I’ll call her back. Hey, dronie, keep an eye on that guy. We can’t let anybody get away this time. - Who’s the guy on the left? - Mac Gargan. Extensive criminal record, including homicide. Would you like me to activate Instant Kill? No, Karen, stop it with the Instant Kill already. White pickup truck. Dronie, scan the ship for a white pickup truck. Oh, this is too perfect. I got the weapons, buyers and sellers in one place. - Incoming call from Tony Stark. - No, no, no. Don’t answer. - Mr. Parker. Got a sec? - I’m actually at school. - No, you’re not. - Nice work in D. C. - Okay. My dad never really gave me a lot of support… …and I’m trying to break the cycle of shame. I’m in the middle of something. Don’t cut me off when I’m complimenting you. Anyway, great things are about to- What is that? I’m at band practice. That’s odd. Happy told me you quit band six weeks ago. What’s up? - I gotta go. End call. - Hey. I’ll take those! Hey, guys. The illegal weapons-deal ferry was at 10:30. You missed it. Spider guy’s here. Not so fast. Are you guys okay? My bad. That was a little hard. I got to say, the other guy was way better with that thing. I’m honestly-- I’m-- I’m shocked. - Freeze! FBI. - Don’t move. - Get on the ground. - FBI. What do you mean, FBI? - The Federal Bureau of Investigation. - I know, but what are they doing here? Get out of the way. Get out of the way! No. Look out, look out, look out. Move, move, move! - Move. - Get to the top deck. We’re getting out of here. Activate Taser web! You’re messing with things you don’t understand. Oh, my God. What do I do? Karen… …give me an x-ray of the boat and target all the strongest points. Web grenade. Web grenade. Splitter web, go. Great job, Peter. You are 98 percent successful. - Ninety-eight? - Yeah, Spider-Man! No, no, no. What the hell? What the hell? Hi, Spider-Man. Band practice, was it? Yeah, Iron Man! Mr. Stark. Hey, Mr. Stark, could I do anything? What do you want me to do? I think you’ve done enough. So that’s it. You’re just gonna run? Feds were waiting for us. Now we’re on Iron Man’s radar? Yeah, I’m running. You should too. You know I can’t do that. So now what? Mason, can you get that high-altitude seal thing up and running in time? Seriously? Yes. You will not regret this. You in? Previously on Peter Screws the Pooch… …/ tell you to stay away from this. Instead, you hacked a multimillion-dollar suit… …so you could sneak around behind my back… …doing the one thing I told you not to do. ls everyone okay? No thanks to you. No thanks to me? Those weapons were out there, and I tried to tell you about it… …but you didn’t listen. None of this would’ve happened if you had just listened to me. If you even cared, you’d actually be here. I did listen, kid. Who do you think called the FBI, huh? Do you know I was the only one who believed in you? Everyone else said I was crazy to recruit a 14-year-old kid. - I’m 15. - No, this is where you zip it, all right? The adult is talking. What if somebody had died tonight? Different story, right? Because that’s on you. And if you died… …I feel like that’s on me. - I don’t need that on my conscience. - Yes, sir. - I’m sorry. I understand. - Sorry doesn’t cut it. I just wanted to be like you. And I wanted you to be better. It’s not working out. I’m gonna need the suit back. - For how long? - Forever. - Yeah, that’s how it works. - No, no. Please. - Let’s have it. - Please, this is all I have. I’m nothing without this suit. If you’re nothing without this suit, then you shouldn’t have it. Okay? God, I sound like my dad. I don’t have any other clothes. Okay, we’ll sort that out. L- ley- I’ve been calling you all day. You didn’t answer your phone. You can’t do that. Then this ferry thing happens. I’ve called five police stations. Five. I called five of your friends. I called Ned’s mother. I’m fine. May, I’m okay. Honestly, just relax. I’m fine. Cut the bullshit. I know you left detention. I know you left the hotel room in Washington. I know you sneak out of this house every night. That’s not fine. Peter, you have to tell me what’s going on. Just lay it out. It’s just me and you. I lost the Stark internship. - What? - Yeah. What happened? I just thought that I could work really hard and he could-- He would-- You know. But I screwed it up. It’s okay, it’s okay. It’s okay. I’m sorry I made you worry. I’m not trying to ruin your life. Yeah, I know. Just-- - I used to sneak out too. - Yeah. And take a shower. You smell. You smell like garbage. I know. Peter, you’re a good kid and you’re a smart kid… …so just try to keep your head straight, okay? Okay. All right, get out of here. Are you expelled? Do you have to go to that high school where the principal has a crossbow? Pretty sure that’s an urban myth, and, no, I’m not expelled. You’re so lucky. L- ley- - Hey. - I thought you had calculus fifth period. Yeah, I was just doing some homecoming stuff. Hey, look, I-- I just wanted to apologize about the whole decathlon thing. It’s fine. Last week, decathlon was the most important thing, but then I almost died. No, I’m-- I just mean that… …it was not cool, especially… …because… …I like you. I know. You do? You’re terrible at keeping secrets. Yeah, you’d be surprised. I got to get to class, but-- I’d say we should hang out, but I’m gonna be in detention… …forever, but-- I guess you already have a date to homecoming. Actually, I was so busy planning it, I never really got around to that part, so-- Do you want to… …go with me? Yeah. Sure. Really? I mean, great. Cool. Cool. I’m actually going that way. May, I need your help. Through or around? Right? It’s game day. So, what’s the plan? Open the door for her. Tell her she looks nice, but not too much because that’s creepy. - Don’t be creepy. - No. When I dance with her, I’m putting my hands on her hips. I got this. - Love you. - Bye.
Adrian: You must be Peter. Yeah.
Adrian: I’m Liz’s dad. Put her there. Hell of a grip. Come on in here. Come on. Hi, Peter. You look very handsome. Thank you. You got his name right?
Adrian: Freddie? - Peter.
Adrian: Peter. Peter. I’m gonna go get Liz.
Adrian: Okay.

  • Peter: You all right, Pete?

Liz: Yeah.
Adrian: Because you look pale. You want something to drink? A bourbon or a Scotch, or something like that? I’m not old enough to drink.
Adrian: That’s the right answer. Don’t you look beautiful. - Please don’t embarrass me, Dad.
Adrian: Doesn’t she, Pete? Yeah, you look really good.
Adrian: Once again, that’s the right answer. Is that a corsage? Thanks.
Adrian: Well, hey, I’m your chauffeur, so let’s get this show on the road. No, no, no, we have to take some pictures, babe. All right. - Oh, right here. Perfect. - Mom. Okay. Come on, you guys. Peter, closer. Smile. There you go. - Sir, you don’t have to drive us.
Adrian: No, no, it’s not a big deal. I’m going out of town. It’s right on my way. - He’s always going. Have fun.
Adrian: Last time. - Thank you.
Adrian: Promise. He’s cute. - See you in a couple of days. All right. - Bye, baby.
Adrian: Come on, Pedro. - Bye, Peter. Have fun. - Yeah, I will.
Adrian: What are you gonna do, Pete? - What?
Adrian: When you graduate, what do you think you’ll do? - Oh, I don’t know. - Don’t grill him, Dad.
Adrian: Just saying, you know. All you guys who go to that school… …you pretty much have your life planned out, right? Yeah, no, I’m just a sophomore. Peter has an internship with Tony Stark. I think he doesn’t have to worry.
Adrian: Really? Stark? So cool. What do you do? Yeah, actually, I don’t intern for him anymore. - Seriously? - Yeah, it got… …boring. It was boring? You got to hang outwith Spider-Man.
Adrian: Really? Spider-Man? What’s he like? Yeah, he’s nice. Nice man. Solid dude. Look. So cute.
Adrian: I’ve seen you around, right? I mean… …somewhere. We’ve-- Have we ever-- ? Because even the voice-- He does Academic Decathlon with me. And he was at my party. It was a great party, really great, yeah. - Beautiful house, a lot of windows. - You were there for, like, two seconds. That was-- I was there longer than two seconds. - You disappeared. - No. No, I did not disappear. Yes, you did. You disappeared like you always do, like you did in D.C. too.
Adrian: That’s terrible what happened down there in D.C. though. Were you scared? I’ll bet you were glad when your old pal Spider-Man… showed up in the elevator though, huh? Yeah, well, I actually didn’t go up. I saw it all from the ground. Yeah. Very lucky that he was there that day.
Adrian: Good old Spider-Man. Dad, the light.
Adrian: Here we are. End of the line. Thanks, Dad. You head in there, gumdrop. I’m gonna give Peter the "dad" talk. Don’t let him intimidate you. Love you.
Adrian: Love you, gumdrop. Have a safe flight. Hi. You guys look so pretty.
Adrian: Does she know? Know what?
Adrian: So she doesn’t. Good. Close t0 the vest. I admire that. I’ve got a few secrets of my own. Of all the reasons I didn’t want my daughter to date… Peter… …nothing is more important than family. You saved my daughter’s life. I could never forget something like that. So I’m gonna give you one chance. Are you ready? You walk through those doors, you forget any of this happened… …and don’t you ever, ever… …interfere with my business again. Because if you do… …I’ll kill you… …and everybody you love. I’ll kill you dead. That’s what I’ll do to protect my family. Do you understand? Hey, I just saved your life. Now what do you say? Thank you. You’re welcome. Now you go on in there and you show my daughter a good time, okay? Just not too good.

What did he say to you? Gotta go. I’m sorry. You don’t deserve this. He gave you a choice. - You chose wrong. - What the hell? What’s with the crappy costume? My web-shooters. I wasn’t sure about this thing at first, but damn. Gross. - Why did he send you here? - Guess you’ll never know. Nice shot! Yes! Ned, the guy with the wings is Liz’s dad. - What? - I gotta tell Mr. Stark. Call Happy Hogan. He’s Mr. Stark’s head of security. Get a computer and track my phone. - Will you be okay? - Hurry, we gotta catch him… …before he leaves town. I’m sorry about dinner… …but I know when branzino’s fresh, and that was not fresh, okay? So-- Flash, I need your car and phone. Sir, technically, this is my dad’s car, sir. So I can’t-- Hello, Ned? Hey, hey, can you hear me? - Go for Ned. - Ned, I need you… - …to track my phone. - Yeah, but where is it? Genius move. Okay, he just passed the GameStop on Jackson Avenue. Hey, where are the headlights on this thing? I’m in Flash’s car. - I’ll pull the specs. - Okay, you’re on speakerphone. - You stole Flash’s car. Awesome. - Yeah, it’s awesome. it’s-- Get out of the way, get out of the way! Move! Are you okay’? - I’ve never driven before… …only with May in parking lots. This is a huge step up. Hey, have you gotten through to Happy yet? Yeah. I’m working on it. I just gotta backdoor the phone system. Guy in the chair. Takeoff in nine minutes. Hello? Hello? Who Is this? - Mr. Happy, it’s Ned. - Who? I’m an associate of Peter Parker. Got something very important to tell you-- You gotta be shitting me. Damn. Hey, Ned, how we coming on with those headlights? Round knob to the left of the steering wheel, turn clockwise. Left, okay. Okay, perfect. So where’s my phone now? He stopped in an old industrial park in Brooklyn. What? That makes no sense. He said he was going out of town. Weird. Oh, I reached Mr. Happy. Don’t think he likes you, by the way. It sounded like he was catching a flight. He said something about taking off in nine minutes. - What? - He was surrounded by boxes. Boxes? It’s moving day. It’s moving day. He’s gonna rob that plane. I gotta stop him! All right, wheels up in eight minutes. We just got to load Tony’s old Hulkbuster Armor… …prototype for Cap’s new shield, and the Meging-- The Meg-- The-- Thor’s magic belt. Okay, slow down. You’re getting close. It’s on your right. - What? - Turn right. - Peter. Are you okay? - Yeah. Just keep trying to get through to Happy. It’s been an honor, Spider-Man. What are you doing here? There’s a dance. I’m… …looking… …at porn. Hey! Surprised?
Adrian: Oh, hey, Pete. I didn’t hear you come in. It’s over. I’ve got you.
Adrian: You know, I gotta tell you, Pete… …I really, really admire your grit. I see why Liz likes you. I do. When you first came to the house…I wasn’t sure. I thought, "Really?" But I get it now. How could you do this to her?
Adrian: To her? I’m not doing anything to her, Pete. I’m doing this for her. Yeah.
Adrian: Peter… …you’re young. You don’t understand how the world works. But I understand that selling weapons to criminals is wrong.
Adrian: How do you think your buddy Stark paid for that tower? Or any of his little toys? Those people, Pete, those people up there… …the rich and the powerful, they do whatever they want. Guys like us… …like you and me… …they don’t care about us. We build their roads, and we fight all their wars… …and everything, but they don’t care about us. We have to pick up after them. We have to eat their table scraps. That’s how it is. I know you know what I’m talking about, Peter. Why are you telling me this?
Adrian: Because I want you to understand. And…I needed a little time to get her airborne. I’m sorry, Peter. What are you talking about? That thing hasn’t even touched me yet.
Adrian: True. Then again…wasn’t really trying to. Chief, they’re powering up engines.
Adrian: Okay. Yeah, yeah. - Come on, come on, come on. Okay, ready? Hello? Hello! Please, hey. Hey, please. I’m down here. I’m down here. I’m stuck. I’m stuck. I can’t move. I can’t-- If you’re nothing without this suit, then you shouldn’t have it. Come on, Peter. Come on, Spider-Man. Come on, Spider-Man. Come on, Spider-Man. Come on, Spider-Man! Launch for intercept. Green light. Green light. Oh, yeah. Retroreflective panels engaged. Got a visual on the plane, but I’m feeling a little resistance. It’s probably just drag on the new turbines. Look out for the cloaking cameras. Stay in the blind spots. Oh, my God. Oh, my God. Deploying high-altitude vacuum seal. This better work, Mason. Trust me, boss, even one of those boxes and we are set for life. Yeah. You have 30 seconds to get to the cockpit… …and override their security. Cloning transponder signal. Launching decoy drone. Entering new coordinates. Good, so it’s on its way. - Yes, sir, right on course. - Okay, thank you. All right. Hot dog. Just a typical homecoming… …on the outside of an invisible jet… …fighting my girlfriend’s dad. Oh, God! I can’t believe that worked. Chief, they’re losing altitude. Get out of there. I’m not going home empty-handed. Oh, my God. - Get out of there. What are you doing? - Please turn, please turn! Hey, Pedro. Bingo. Your wingsuit. Your wingsuit’s going to explode! Time to go home, Pete. I’m trying to save you! No. No. It looked so insane. That whole-- Like, it was just crazy. He-- He was just, like… And you were like… And then I just hit him with the… It was so-- Oh, my God. I mean, you saved me. It was awesome. Hey, Liz. I’m gonna miss you. Bye. Liz. Liz, look, I’m so sorry. You say that a lot. What are you sorry for this time? The dance? That was a pretty crappy thing to do. Well, yeah, but I-- I mean, your dad-- I can’t imagine what you’re going through. If there’s anything I can do to help… I guess we’re moving to Oregon. Mom says it’s nice there, so that’s cool. Anyways, Dad doesn’t want us here during the trial. So… Liz, I-- I-- Bye, Peter. Whatever’s going on with you, I hope you figure it out. Congratulations, decathlon national champions. Yeah! I’ll have to put this back in the trophy case soon… …but just for motivation right now at this practice. I’m ahead of the game, but we will need… …a new team captain next year. So I am appointing Michelle. Yeah! Thank you. My-- My friends call me MJ. I thought you didn’t have any friends. I didn’t. - I gotta go. - Hey, where you going? What are you hiding, Peter? I’m just kidding. I don’t care. Bye. - All right, so we should run some drills. - Yeah. Hey, Happy. What-- ? What are you doing here? I really owe you one. I don’t know what I would do without this job. I mean, before I met Tony-- So how long you been here? Long enough to be awkward. Boss wants to see you. - Is he here too? - In the toilet? No, he’s upstate. Upstate-- Like, upstate-upstate? Yeah, let’s go. Take a look. It’s pretty impressive, huh? They just finished remodeling the whole thing. - You don’t see that every day. - Oh, there they are. How was the ride up? - Good. - Give me a minute with the kid. - Seriously? - Yeah. I gotta talk to the kid. I’ll be close behind. How about a loose follow? All right? Boundaries are good. - Let’s just say it was.

  • Tony Stark: [to Peter at the Avengers’ new base] Sorry I took your suit. I mean, you had it coming. Actually, it turns out it was the perfect sort of tough love moment that you needed, right? To urge you on, right? Wouldn’t you think? Don’t you think?
  • Peter Parker: I guess.
  • Tony Stark: Let’s just say it was.
  • Peter Parker: Mr. Stark, I really--
  • Tony Stark: You screwed the pooch hard. Big time. But then you did the right thing: You took the dog to the free clinic, you raised the hybrid puppies… alright, not my best analogy. I was wrong about you, I think with a little more mentoring, you could be a real asset to the team.
  • Peter Parker: To the-- ? To the team?
  • Tony Stark: Yeah. Anyway… There’s about 50 reporters behind that door, real ones, not bloggers, When you’re ready… [reveals the Iron Spider armor] …Why don’t you try that on? and I’ll introduce the world to the newest official member of the Avengers: Spider-Man.
  • Peter Parker: ’Can-
  • Tony Stark: Yeah, give that a look. After the press conference, Happy will show you to your room… …your new quarters.

Where’s he between? He’s next to Vision? - Yeah, Vision’s not big on doors. - It’s fun. Or walls. You’ll fit right in.

  • Peter Parker: Thank you, Mr. Stark. But I’m good.

You’re good? Good-- ? How are you good? Well, I mean, I’d rather just stay on the ground for a little while. Friendly neighborhood Spider-Man. Somebody’s got to look out for the little guy, right?
You’re turning me down? You better think about this. Look at that. Look at me. Last chance. Yes or no?
Okay. It’s kind of a Springsteen-y, working-class hero vibe that I dig. Happy will take you home.
- Yeah?
- Yeah.
Mind waiting in the car? I need a minute. - Thank you, Mr. Stark. - Yes, Mr. Parker, very well. - See you around. - Okay. That was a test, right? - There’s nobody back there? - Yes, you passed. - All right, skedaddle there, young buck. - Thank you, Mr. Stark. Yeah, thank you. Told you he’s a good kid. - Where’s the kid? - He left. - Everybody’s waiting. - He actually made a mature choice. - It just surprised the heck out of us. - Did you screw this up? - He told the kid to go wait in the car. - Are you kidding? I have a room full of people in there waiting… …for some big announcement. What will I tell them? Think of something. How about…? - Hap, you still got that ring? - Do I-- ? I-- ? - The engagement ring. - Are you kidding? I’ve been carrying this since 2008. Okay. I think I can think of something better than that. Well, it would buy us a little time. Like we need time. I can’t believe you have that in your pocket.

  • Aunt May:  Want me to get the door for you, hon?
  • Peter Parker: I got it. Aunt May, did you do dinner already? [Peter sees a bag that said "This belongs to you."] May?
  • Aunt May: What the-l?!

Look who it is. What are the odds you and I’d end up at the same summer camp? Relax. This? It’s not on you. It’s on our little spider friend. I’ve got some boys on the outside who would love to meet him. You know, take a picture, slice his throat, put his head in a dryer. And I heard a rumor. You know who he is. If I knew who he was… …he’d already be dead.

  • Security Guard: Toomes, your family’s here!
  • Captain America: Hi, I’m Captain America, here to talk to you… …about one of the most valuable traits a soldier or student can have. Patience. Sometimes patience is the key to victory. Sometimes it leads to very little… …and it seems like it’s not worth it. And you wonder… …why you waited so long for something so disappointing. How many more of these?

Cindy: Wait, what’s happening?
Girl: Peter’s not going to Washington.
Cindy: No, no, no.
Abe: Why not?
Liz: Really, right before Nationals?
Michelle: He already quit marching band and robotics lab. [students stare at her] I’m not obsessed with him, I’m just very observant.

[at gym class, the students watch a video of Captain America]
Steve Rogers: Hi, I’m Captain America. Whether you’re in the classroom, or on the battlefield, physical fitness can be the difference between success or failure. Today my good friend, your gym teacher, will be conducting the Captain America Fitness Challenge.
Gym Teacher: Thank you, Captain. I’m pretty sure this guy is a war criminal now, but whatever, I have to show these videos; it’s required by the state.

[at shop class, Peter is disassembling a Chitauri power cell with a hammer]
Ned: Oh, what is that?
Peter: I don’t know, some guy tried to vaporize me with it.
Ned: Seriously? Awesome. I mean, not awesome… totally uncool, that guy, so scary.
Peter: Yeah, well, look, I think it’s a power source.
Ned: Yeah, but it’s connected to all these micro-processors. That’s an inductive charging plate: that’s what I use to charge my toothbrush.
Peter: Whoever is making these weapons is obviously combining alien tech with ours.
Ned: That is literally the coolest sentence anyone has ever said. I just want to thank you for letting me be a part of your journey.

[Peter and Ned are tracking a homing beacon attached to an arms dealer]
Ned: They stopped.
Peter: Maryland?
Ned: What’s there?
Peter: I don’t know. Evil lair?
Ned: Evil lair?
Peter: Dude, a gang with alien guns run by a guy with wings? Yeah, they have a lair.
Ned: Badass.

[Peter is trying out the Spider-Man suit given by Tony Stark with the suit’s AI, Karen, assisting him]
Peter: Wow, they’re in the middle of a heist! I could catch them all red-handed, this is awesome! Okay, I’m gonna get a little closer so I can see what’s happening.
Karen: Would you like me to engage Enhanced Combat Mode?
Peter: Enhanced Combat Mode? Yeah!
Karen: Activating Instant-Kill!
Peter: What?! No, no, no, I don’t wanna kill anybody!
Karen: Deactivating Instant-Kill.
[Peter leaps off his vantage point, failing to swing and crashing into the ground]
Peter: What the hell just happened, what was that?
Karen: [helpful] You jumped off a sign and then landed on your face.

Peter: Should I tell Liz that I’m Spider-Man?
Karen: Who is Liz?
Peter: Who is Liz? She’s the best; she’s amazing. She’s just a girl who goes to my school. And yeah, I really want to tell her that I like her… and maybe the truth. But, it’s kinda weird, you know? Just walk up one day saying "Hey Liz… I’m…I’m Spider-Man."
Karen: What’s weird about that?
Peter: Well, what if she’s expecting someone like Tony Stark? Imagine how disappointed she’d be if she sees me.
Karen: Well, if I were her, I wouldn’t be disappointed at all.
Peter: Thanks Karen. [beat] It’s really nice to have somebody to talk to.

Peter: Karen, what’s up?
Karen: Hey Peter, how was your Spanish quiz?
Peter: Listen, I was wondering if you could help me: I’m trying to figure out who the guys under the bridge were that night, but I mean, I can only kinda remember part of the license plate.
Karen: I can run facial recognition on the footage of that encounter.
Peter: Footage?
Karen: Yes Peter, I record everything you see.
Peter: Everything?
Karen: Everything. It’s called a Baby Monitor Protocol.
Peter: Yeah, of course it is. Alright, just roll it back to last Friday.
Karen: With pleasure.
Peter: [in recording, doing impressions in his bathroom mirror] Hey, what’s up, Liz? Peter’s told me a lot about you…
Peter: No, no, this is just me messing around. Go later in the day.
Peter: [in recording] It is I, Thor, son of Odin! [flexes]
Peter: No, this is definitely not what you want to watch-
Karen: Your impressions are very funny.

[Iron Man has a heart-to-heart with Spider-Man after saving the Staten Island Ferry]
Tony Stark: Previously on Peter’s Screws The Pooch, I tell you to stay away from this. Instead, you hacked a multi-million dollar suit so you could sneak around behind my back doing the one thing I told you not to do.
Peter: Is everyone okay?
Stark: No thanks to you.
Peter: No thanks to me? Those weapons were out there, and I tried to tell you about it, but you didn’t listen. None of this would’ve happened if you had just listened to me! If you even cared, you’d actually be here.
[Tony Stark steps out of the suit to reveal that he IS in fact there]
Stark: I did listen, kid. Who do you think called the FBI, huh? Do you know I was the only one who believed in you? Everyone else said I was crazy to recruit a 14-year-old kid.
Peter: I’m 15.
Stark: No, this is where you zip it, alright? The adult is talking! What if somebody had died tonight? Different story, right? ‘Cause that’s on you. And if you died, I feel like that’s on me. I don’t need that on my conscience.
Peter: Yes sir. I’m sorry. I understand. I just wanted to be like you.
Stark: And I wanted you to be better. Okay, it’s not working out. I’m gonna need the suit back.
Peter: For how long?
Stark: Forever.
Peter: No! No, no, no! Please, please! You don’t understand! This is all I have! I’m nothing without this suit!
Stark: If you’re nothing without this suit, then you shouldn’t have it, okay? God, I sound like my dad.
Peter: I don’t have any other clothes.
Stark: Okay, we’ll sort that out.

[Adrian Toomes drives his daughter and Peter Parker to Homecoming]
Adrian Toomes: What are you gonna do, Pete?
Peter: What?
Toomes: When you graduate, what do you think you’re gonna do?
Peter: Oh, I don’t know.
Toomes: I’m just saying, all you guys who go to that school, you pretty much have your whole lives planned out, right?
Liz: Peter has an internship with Tony Stark, so I think he has enough to worry.
Toomes: Really? Stark? What do you do?
Peter: [nervous] Actually, I don’t intern for him anymore.
Liz: Seriously?
Peter: Yeah, it got… um, boring.
Liz: It was boring? You got to hang out with Spider-Man.
Toomes: Really? Spider-Man? Wow, What’s he like?
Peter: Yeah, he’s… nice, nice man. Solid dude.
Toomes: I’ve seen you around, right? Have we ever, because even the voice…
Liz: He does academic decathlon with me, and he was at my party.
Peter: It was a great party, really great, beautiful house, a lot of windows…
Liz: You were there for like, two seconds.
Peter: I was there longer than two seconds.
Liz: You disappeared, like you always do, like you did in D.C., too.
Toomes: [Considering these details] That’s terrible what happened down there in D.C., though. Pretty scary. I’ll bet you were glad when your old pal Spider-Man showed up in the elevator, though?
Peter: I actually… didn’t go up, I saw it off on the ground. Very lucky that he was there that day.
Toomes: …Good old Spider-Man. [they arrive at Homecoming]Here we are, end of the line. You head in there, gumdrop. I’m gonna give Peter the "dad talk".
Liz: [to Peter] Don’t let him intimidate you. Have a safe flight.
Toomes: [turning to Peter] Does she know?
Peter: Know what?
Toomes: So she doesn’t, good. Close to the vest, I admire that. I’ve got a few secrets of my own. Of all the reasons I didn’t want my daughter to date. Peter, nothing is more important than family. You saved my daughter’s life, and I could never forget something like that, so I’m gonna give you one chance. You ready? You walk through those doors, You forget any of this happened. And don’t you ever, ever interfere with my business again, ‘Cause if you do, I’ll kill you, and everybody you love. I’ll kill you dead. That’s what I’ll do to protect my family. Pete, you understand? Hey. I just saved your life. Now, what do you say?
Peter: …Thank you.
Toomes: You’re welcome. Now, you go on in there, You show my daughter a good time, okay? Just not too good.