|“||I'm so sick of being in this hospital. I'm bouncing off the walls here. Literally...||”|
Season 1, Episode 3
October 21, 2013
Clayton Sakoda & Ian Weinreich
Eric Dean Seaton
Kaz boldly asks the most popular girl in school to the upcoming school carnival but is rejected, and tries to save face by claiming he already has a girlfriend. Much to Oliver’s chagrin, Kaz invites Skylar to accompany him to the carnival, her first venture into the “Normo” world, in hopes of convincing everyone that she is his girlfriend. Meanwhile, Alan tries to prove his worth to his uncle Horace, by attempting to cure Titanio, a superhero with amnesia.
- Bradley Steven Perry as Kaz
- Jake Short as Oliver
- Paris Berelc as Skylar Storm
- Devan Leos as Alan Diaz
Kaz: Stefanie, this is Connie.
Skylar: Let's be friends.
Oliver: I have to help my friend Connie! Isn't there an emergency exit in here? Or on a separate note a bathroom?
Gus: I'm sure this button will release you.
Kaz: I'm sorry about Connie, she's really overprotective and possessive of me. It's all part of the curse.
Stefanie: What curse?Kaz: Oh, Kaz Curse. Yeah, beautiful girls instantly fall in love with me. I wish they would like me for what's inside, instead of this!
Kaz: (after his plan fails) This is a disaster.
Oliver: No, this is! (Shows an edited clip on his phone of Kaz getting crushed by a meteor.)
- This episode had the first kiss (cheek kiss) in the show's history.
- Skylar's alias, Connie Valentine, is introduced in this episode.
- This is the first time Gus has appeared in an episode without Jordan
- Titanio's nemisis The Black Falcon has a staff that resembles the Chitauri Scepteor Loki Loufeyson wielded in Marvel's The Avengers.
- This has both a Skaz 'date' (it was fake) and a Skoliver kiss (cheek).
- Gus kept producing bunnies out of his leg as a gag.
- Kaz's type to date is pretty and shallow, according to himself.
- Alan mentions his mom in this episode.
- This episode is similar to the Lab Rats episode, Crush, Chop and Burn, where Kaz introduces Skylar to the normo world much like what Leo did with the Lab Rats.
- The name of the episode is probably inspired from Issac Assimov's book i, robot.
| The image gallery for I, Normo may be viewed here.
|My favorite episode is I, Normo!|