Class of the Titans

Episode 29

Star Quality

Aired Daily 7:00 PM Sep 23, 2007 on TELETOON
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Star Quality
Cronus calls upon Orion, a man with a grudge against none other than the Greek Goddess Artemis. While Theresa and Atlanta are trying to combine their skills of tracking (Atlanta) and sensing things in their surroundings (Theresa), they come across this mysterious man seemingly made of the stars. Things get even more complicated when a young intern wants to make a video of the life of Neil, and finds out a little too much about the heroes. Now there's a lot more at stake than any of them anticipated.moreless
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  • Orion is introduced in this story, and he holds just the tiniest grudge against Artemis --- after all, she IS the reason he's no longer living. And Atlanta is her 'prize pupil'.moreless

    Perhaps my review is a little prejudiced because I'm just completely excited and stoked --- I missed the last few episodes (or however many have aired before 'Star Quality') and realized when I just randomly decided to go to the Director's Blog, that the new season was being aired. And just happened to be lucky enough to see that just in time to realize Star Quality was airing. I thought this was definitely interesting --- it was really cool to see a more soft side of Atlanta in regards to the Artemis and Orion relationship (that there once was) and just kind of cool to be back in the action with our favourite characters and see Atlanta and Theresa combine their special talents --- Theresa's magical sensing ability, and Atlanta's tracking skill --- to try and help out the team. Even more cool was actually seeing how they reacted to the risk of being exposed.

    And I think that kind of helped make the episode. We saw a much softer side even just to Artemis, a character we in all honesty see very little of in the show thus far --- and we saw the harsh reality the heroes had to face when they realized their entire lives could be unraveled before their eyes, completely exposed to the public. And you have to admit, that might make stopping an Ancient Greek God of Time from taking over the world -- or destroying it -- a little more difficult than it would have otherwise been.

    It may not have been the most exciting episode ever, but it had the fact that Greek Mythology is (in my opinion) just uber cool, the fact that this episode is new, and that it had some interesting plot points, to keep us interested.moreless

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    • Orion - (Greek mythology)
      'A giant Boeotian hunter who pursued the Pleiades and was eventually slain by Artemis; was then placed in the sky as a constellation.'

      In the show, it was portrayed that Artemis and Orion had been in love, and that she had killed him accidentally when challenged to strike a target with an arrow. It wasn't until later that she realized it had been the back of Orion's head, and actually was shown as trying to preserve Orion in some way so that she could always see him.