Much of the “Henry Danger” ensemble wound up in jail on the Nov. 28 Christmas episode. The good guys became the bad guys this time around, and their deranged crimes did not escape the notice of local police. Unfortunately for the Danger group, they couldn’t go before a judge because it was Christmas. They were informed that they judge would be back in business in January. That meant they had to suck it up and have a holly, jolly Christmas behind bars for “multiple days.”
This is a complete list of the crimes committed by the “Henry Danger” characters:
- Not wearing a hairnet while catering food
- Wearing two hats at the same time
- Biting ice cream
- Taking pictures of rabbits without a permit
- Failing to report crimes 2, 3, and 4
- Destroying a police officer’s walkie talkie
- Pantsing a police officer
The sequence of events that caused these crimes to be committed occurred in this way: Captain Man was serving Christmas breakfast to the community without a hairnet and was arrested. Jasper wouldn’t stand for Captain Man spending Christmas in jail, so he committed crimes 2, 3, and 4. Henry didn’t want to leave Captain Man alone in jail with only Jasper for company, so he committed crimes 2, 3, and 4 as well. Charlotte witnessed Henry’s crimes and did nothing to stop him, so she was arrested too. Henry’s parents couldn’t get Henry out of jail (the judge was gone), so they took matters into their own hands. His mom destroyed a police officer’s walkie talkie and his dad pulled down the officer’s pants. The mom and dad were then put in jail with Henry and everyone else. Unfortunately, because the dad assaulted a police officer, he was put into a cell for what appeared to be violent offenders.
This episode is funny, but it’s also a very relevant episode. In this age of over policing, kids are being assaulted and arrested by cops for crimes such as talking in class on a cell phone or taking an illegal cigarette break at school.