|Season 2, Episode 3|
|Air date||October 15, 2011|
|Written by||Jack Monaco|
|Directed by||Peter DeLuise|
Creature Feature, Part 2
Norman, a bug-loving, bullied boy discovers that he has the power to control insects, and uses his newfound power to get back at his tormentors.
Norman is obsessed with insects and is also bullied by Tyler and his friends, One day Mr. Dunwood gives the class a assignment to collect as many insects as they can Norman is excited but everyone else is not especially Tyler who then gives Norman a swirly, Later on he finds a mantis while in his backyard and names him Manny and becomes very attached to Manny and soon discovers he can control insects. The next day at school Tyler grabs Norman’s journal, rips the pages, and punches him in the stomach. The other day, Tyler gives Norman a wedgie and this pushes Norman over the edge and summons a large number of insects to get revenge, The next day while Tyler was using the restroom Norman has the insects swarm Tyler Norman then proclaims he is in charge Now and forces Tyler to wedgie himself, He then proclaims if anyone messed with him again he would crush them like a bug he then squashed a bug and now all of the bugs are rebelling against Norman. He tries to keep the bugs out of his room, but forgets one hole in the wall that the bugs take advantage of. They all swarm into his room, and completely cover his body.
The episode ends with a quote about how insects outnumber humans by a factor of billions, courtesy of Norman's science teacher.
- Vincent Gale as Mr. Dunwood
- Nico Ghisi as Bruce
- Bobby Coleman, who plays Norman in this episode, has already appeared in another episode of R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour: The Series from season 1, entitled "The Walls".
- Tyler gets karma for giving Norman a wedgie by having to give himself a wedgie in his boxers.
- This episode is quite similar to the 1971 movie, Willard, its 1972 sequel, Ben, and the 2003 remake of Willard. All three of these movies are based off of the 1969 short novel, Ratman's Notebooks. However, in all three of these movies and the book, the animal antagonists are not insects, but rats.