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Chapter 1

“Alright team this upcoming week is probably the most important week of the year,” Nick Fury said with a determined voice, “As you all know the health department is sending a surprise inspector to evaluate our establishment some time today. So I’m going to need all of you to clean up and be prepared we don't know the hour he is coming.” Fury then called the brief meeting to an end, and the crew members got to work. Fury was sure this meeting was a failure.

Stark was like a scared cat and left immediately to take an extensive break, he couldn't be bothered with cleaning the unkempt bar, as he already bought someone to do it for him. Dr. Banner was given the job to watch over Clint Barton to make sure he didn't mess up his job of sweeping... again. Well Clint always failed with his assigned job so the doctor had to do the sweeping himself while Clint watched and gave moral support. Steve and Natasha started cleaning tables for opening, Stark was supposed to clean after closing last night but he “felt sick” and “needed to head home early”. Steve knew that cleaning the tables was always a belligerent competition to see who could finish first. He had lost the last 3 previous “matches” but had came up with a plan. Natasha gave the count down and both of them started to clean. Steve started his cleaning as usual but started falling behind. Now is the time He thought I have to try it and do it. Steve stood up straight, quickly stopped cleaning, and closed his eyes. I have one shot at this if it doesn't work Natasha could see and replicate it perfectly. Opening his eyes and pulling back his cleaning rag, Steve was ready.

Due to the lack of willing workers in the area this group was required to work from opening to closing. Not being able to find something that wasn't being cleaned already, Thor took it upon himself to check if the computer system was working as it need to be. Of course in his mind the best way to do this was with a hammer. After completely destroying the computer used to run payment options Thor was stopped by a gaping, returning Stark, whose eyes were ablaze. “What are you doing you buffoon we need that we are about to open.” Thor was confused, “What are you talking about I was simply checking to see if this machine worked.” Stark stared at the man who was going to make his day a lot harder than it really needed to be. “Ugh just stay here and make sure nobody sees what you've done.” “Wait!” Thor practically yelled as Stark started to leave, “How?” “How what?” “How do I hide this mess?” “Just show off some magic tricks or something be nonchalant. Make up a song and sing it to them yeah? Sounds like a plan right?” Stark said as he finally escaped the conversation. He knew what he needed to do to fix this problem and impress the inspector but it would take a while. It was only feasible if the inspector was delayed in some way. Stark picked up his phone and called in a favor.
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