|The Origin of the Beginning of the Incredible Taz-Man|
|Written by:|| Henry T. Gilroy|
|Date aired:||May 2, 1995|
|Previous episode:||Sub Commander Taz|
|Next episode:||Francis Takes a Stand|
Taz is pretending to be a superhero and battling imagined villains. When play interrupts Mr. Thickley's nap, the wallaby takes it upon himself to teach Taz to be a real superhero. When Thickley's training and testing produces nothing but a series of Taz-shaped holes in the ground at the base of a cliff, he says Taz really needs a costume. An Aquaman suit is suggested but "Taz hate water," so he settles for Namby-Pamby-Man, a ballerina tutu. When Taz's exploits in this costume result in his arrest, Mr. M. Thickley offers his services as a lawyer.