Jordan Galland’s Alter Egos asks what would happen to all the world’s super-heroes, once all the super-villains are locked up. Brendan (Kris Lemche), and his super hero alter-ego Fridge (short for Refrigerator). Brendan’s stuck in a rut. He feels run down and unappreciated. His girlfriend has been cheating on him with his alter-ego, Fridge. In the meantime, Fridge has been called to a remote motel by the Super Corps aid fellow hero C-Thru (Joey Kern) in what should be a run-of-the-mill prisoner transfer. Things get complicated when Brendan falls for the desk clerk, Claudel (Brooke Nevin), and draws unwanted attention of her jealous police officer admirer, Jimmy (Danny Masterson, That 70s Show).
On one hand, Alter Egos seems to attempt to mix The Incredibles with Suicide Kings. However, in the other it ends up throwing in ham-fisted globs of Indie Rom-Com in, removing whatever semblance of originality it might have had.