22. The Plastic Man Comedy/Adventure Show (1979-1981, ABC)

Never before have B-list superheroes been so much fun. Based on the DC Comics character of the same name, The Plastic Man Comedy/Adventure Show starred the company’s most stretchable hero in a show that can only be described as nonsensical. But that doesn’t mean it was bad; in fact, it was criminally underrated.

Not only did the show do a great job of uniquely portraying Plastic Man’s stretching powers in every episode, but his Polynesian sidekick, Hula-Hula, was just racist enough to be funny. Plus, who doesn’t love a hero that can morph his body into the shape of a plunger?