UNDER tremendous public pressure, and the crushing financial burden of an ever mounting series of lawsuits, the government quietly initiated the Superhero Relocation Program. The supers would be granted amnesty from responsibility for past actions in exchange for the promise to n e v e r a g a i n resume hero work. Where are they now? They are living among us: average citizens, average heros, quietly and anonymously continuing to make the world a better place.
One late night, in Princess Fairytale Hall, Snow White was mentioning to Rapunzel that her hair was all over the floor and that she should clean it up. Rapunzel responded that she would do it first thing in the morning, 7am, as usual. That did not please Snow White, who insisted. So Snow White swept all of the hair into a pile to make it easier for Rapunzel to dispose of. Snow was aghast when she witness her long-haired friend sweep it under a rug. “Why, Rapunzel, whatever are you doing??” She questioned in disgust. “This is where I put it in my tower! How else do you think I sweep the whole place in 15 minutes!?”
That night, Snow White took Rapunzel to the foyer of the castle and taught her how to properly sweep without a chameleon.