Anyway - Watched it on my iPad - Finally got the app on my phone to work after a full phone restart.
So this week’s episode was really good.
I loved the swerve with the doctor. I was convinced that she was working with Ultra-Humanite due to her terminal illness (which turned out to not be a thing).
So good job there.
I didn’t peg her for an insane mad scientist with a serious mommy complex.
I felt the sudden revelation Jefferson/Black Lightning had was a bit forced/rushed. Dick Grayson gets hurt and the Bat-Family shows up, "Must be a conspiracy!"
That felt really dumb.
Them showing up makes perfect sense from a non-conspiracy point of view.
I like how Tara, who legitimately seemed to be coming around, shifted stance once the “heroes” proved that they were deceptive and decietful.
This is perfectly in-character for Batman. While bat-fans love to decree that Batman is perfect, can beat anyone, and always has the perfect plan, his Achilles heel has always been that he’s willing to lie, cheat, and manipulate others. This often causes trust issues. In the comics this kind of thing has caused him to be expelled from the League before.
If you ask me, when Clark finds out, Wonder Woman, Batman, and Aquaman/Kaldur should be expelled from the Justice League. Dick Grayson and Miss Martian should as well.
I doubt Superboy knew about it, and I’m pretty sure he and Megan were telepathically arguing about it. I wouldn’t be surprised if he calls off the wedding.
Beast Boy being angry at being lied to again is understandable.
This has turned out to be Aquaman/Kaldur’s MO and is the second time that he’s pulled something like this.
What makes this second betrayal so hard to swallow is that the big reason Young Justice won back in Season 1 was BECAUSE they came clean with each other. I would’ve thought that they’d have learned their lesson but apparently not.