A Civil Warning

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A Civil Warning
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YouTube Link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hltk4xH2QRI
Date Released October 2, 2017
Length 3:16
Game N/A

A Civil Warning is a Marvel sketch. In it, Black Widow deals with a small hold up as two police officers investigate the crimes of her compatriot.

Description: "In a world of superheroes, cops have it rough. But at the end of the day, someone's gotta file that paperwork."


Actor Character
Allison Devery Black Widow
Kyle Sullivan Officer Kurt
Ian Conn Officer Walter


The video opens on Black Widow knocking out a police officer. She turns to walk away but is greeted by Officer Walter. Black Widow dismisses him and tries to leave, but is blocked by Officer Kurt. Kurt explains they have questions about Bruce Banner. There had been an incident and a car registered to Banner was found at the scene along with "Hulk-prints". Walter brings up that the prints may not have been left by the Hulk, and the two bicker. Black Widow advises the cops drop their case, but Kurt assures her that they aren't scared of the Avengers, and someone must police parking violations. Black Widow begins to threaten them, but pauses as she realizes they're just parking officers. She tells them to leave her alone and go fight real criminals. Kurt says that if he wanted to fight crime, he'd become a superhero, leading Walter and Kurt to become sidetracked thinking of superhero names.

Black Widow interrupts them. They ask her for more information, and she remembers she was there. They tell her if the vehicle was hers, the ticket is her responsibility. She refuses to cooperate, insisting she needs to be protecting the city. Kurt denies that, reminding her of other superheros in the cinematic universe. Walter mentions that she already has a few parking violations, and Kurt begins to write a ticket. Black Widow knocks out both cops and walks away, assuring herself under her breath that she's a superhero.


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  • NYC Parking Code 40: "Stopping, standing or parking closer than 15 feet of a fire hydrant. Between sunrise and sunset, a passenger vehicle may stand alongside a fire hydrant as long as a driver remains behind the wheel and is ready to move the vehicle if required to do so." is a real, properly-cited fine of $115.
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