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Samuel Vincentas H.E.R.B.I.E.
Laura Drummond as Courtney Bonner-Davis
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"Zoned Out" is episode seven in the first season of the television series Fantastic Four.__TOC__
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*Hiro Kanagawa as Reed Richards/Mr. Fantastic
*Lara Gilchrist as Susan Storm/Invisible Woman
*Christopher Jacot as Johnny Storm/The Human Torch
*Brian Dobson as Ben Grimm/The Thing
*Sam Vincent as HERBIE
*Rowena Baret as Frankie Raye
*Laura Drummond as Courtney Bonner-Davis
Frankie Raye, first introduced in Fantastic Four #164. She dated Johnny for a while, and discovered flame powers that she had long since forgotten, the result of an accident in her stepfather's (Phineas T. Horton, creator of the golden age Human Torch) lab. Not long after, she became Nova, the herald to
Galactus, and was eventually killed by Morg, her replacement as herald to the devourer of worlds.
*Ben Guess we don't really need an oven, Johnny and all. Someone should have told me, though.
*Frankie You’re not really a doctor, are you. I bet you didn’t create the Internet, either
*Sue Reed, I’m a happy person. I like to smile, laugh, have a good time. I don’t like to nag or yell about giant alien bugs. But I could have really used you in that meeting.
*Sue Sorry. Reed will be joining us shortly.
Courtney I highly doubt it.
Sue He’s running a little late, but that’s okay. Let’s just get started with the meeting. And to answer your question, Mr. Bartleby, we don’t’ foresee any supervillain attacks this week, but you never know with that thing. You don’t have to raise your hand, Mr. Wilson--your water pressure will be back to normal soon.
*Reed No, honestly, I'm on my way. No, I do not think I get distracted easily. I... hmm, fascinating. The space time curve lengthens as I... oh, what? I'm sorry, what were you saying?
Fantastic Four (2006 TV series)
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zoned out — Australian Slang under the influence of marijuana, or some other similar acting drug; spaced out … English dialects glossary
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zoned — [zəund US zound] adj also .zoned out [not before noun] AmE informal unable to think clearly and quickly, especially because you are tired or have taken drugs … Dictionary of contemporary English
zoned — also zoned out adjective (not before noun) AmE informal unable to think clearly and quickly, especially because you are tired or ill … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
zoned — adj stoned, spaced out, semi conscious. Originally a piece of US drug users jar gon, the word may now be employed in a non narcotic context to mean worn out … Contemporary slang