Originally Tick and Arthur were supposed to always wear glasses that covered their eyes, as they did in the comic and cartoon series, but that was dropped when Patrick WarburtonPatrick Warburton was cast, because of the way he was able to use his eyes.
Modifications were made to Captain Liberty's costume between the pilot and the rest of the series, the most noticeable being her boots: in the pilot her boots go up to mid-thigh. They are replaced in the rest of the series by more practical knee-high boots.
A new Tick suit was created for each episode, constantly improving on the quality and practicality.
The Pilot version of the Tick suit was a one piece foam latex bodysuit, with the cowl attached underneath the collar bone. All subsequent versions featured foam rubber Tick pants, with the cowl/torso extending to the cod piece, allowing Patrick WarburtonPatrick Warburton to go to the bathroom, and simplifying his suit-up.
Tick's shoes would constantly change from a sleek pair of sculpted Tick feet for close-ups, to thicker versions with sneaker bottoms, to huge blue platforms, to increase Patrick WarburtonPatrick Warburton's apparent height.
Both of Tick's antennae were remote controlled, and were independently operated on set by a puppeteer.
Destroyo's costume was modified from the Red Scare's armor for budgetary reasons.
The Tick heads for The City and finds a partner-in-crime-fighting while saving the life of Ex-President Jimmy Carter.
The Tick seeks to find a foe worthy of his abilities and is lead to a villain whose reputation is second to none.
Arthur's family, upon learning of his ... lifestyle choice, have him committed to an institution meant to help such deviants.
The Tick tries to apply for a crime-fighting license and finds out that he doesn't know anything about his own past.
Arthur Needs Space
Arthur goes on a date and has a hard time explaining to the Tick that this is not a job for the Tick
The Tick and Arthur meet up with a superhero duo with "pair"-ital problems.
The Tick is forced to learn about death when Arthur's childhood hero, The Immortal, dies.
The Tick vs. Justice
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The Tick heads to court and butts heads with the legal system at every turn.
The Big Leagues
Arthur and the Tick are invited to join a very exclusive club of superheros but they soon learn that there is less of "super" in the organization.