How do you do, fellow teens? Because you demanded it, Young Justice is returning for a third season in 2017, and that means that there's no better time to get caught up on the first two seasons. Elle Collins, who has seen the entire show and likes it a lot, and Chris Sims, who hated the pilot and never went back, are sitting down to watch the entire series before it makes its triumphant return.
This week, try the Boom Tube --- if you dare! And also Secret shows up, I guess. "Disordered" was written by Andrew R. Robinson, directed by Michael Chang, and originally aired on November 11, 2011. "Secrets" was written by Peter David, directed by Jay Oliva, and originally aired on November 18, 2011.
This week, there's gonna be a jailbreak, somewhere in this town --- but not if Superboy and Megan have anything to say about it! "Terrors" was written by Greg Weisman, directed by Jay Oliva, and originally aired on September 23, 2011. "Homefront" was was written by Jon Weisman, directed by Michael Chang, and aired on September 30, 2011.
This week, it's psychic battles on the astral plane, a war encouraged by a master assassin, and high school. You know, the basics. "Bereft" was written by Nicole Dubuc, directed by Michael Chang, and originally aired on March 11, 2011. "Targets" was written by Andrew R. Robinson, directed by Christopher Berkeley, and originally aired on September 16, 2011.
This week, the kids take a field trip to the Tower of Fate, and Aqualad heads back to Atlantis for whatever the underwater version of Spring Break is. "Denial" was written by Thomas Pugsley, directed by Michael Chang, and originally aired on February 18, 2011. "Downtime" was written by Kevin Hopps, directed by Jay Oliva, and originally aired on March 4, 2011.
This week, we go from Happy Harbor to Santa Prisca on a tour of the DC Universe, and grit our teeth through the advent of Miss Martian's catchphrase. "Welcome To Happy Harbor" was directed by Jay Oliva and written by Kevin Hopps, and originally aired on January 21, 2011. "Drop-Zone" was directed by Christopher Berkeley and written by Andrew R. Robinson, and originally aired on January 28, 2011.
This week, Supergirl learns who’s pulling the strings at Cadmus, the Guardian is wanted for murder, and surprising returns abound. "The Darkest Place" was directed by Glenn Winter from a script by Robert Rovner and Paula Yoo.
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