Justice League Unlimited

Season 4 Episode 6

Double Date

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Aired Saturday 10:30 PM Jun 04, 2005 on Cartoon Network

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  • Trivia

    • Trivia: The Question's car appears to be a 1967 Pontiac GTO.

    • The railroad tracks are far too wide. The Question's car would not be driving completely between the rails. Standard gauge railroads have rails that are 4'8 1/2" on center, or the width of the tires on his car.

  • Quotes

    • Huntress: Wildcat says you're a nutjob.
      The Question: Funny, he says the same thing about you.
      Huntress: He's right.
      The Question: Okay, bored now, goodbye.

    • Huntress: Wow - I had no idea that the Girl Scouts were responsible for the crop circle phenomenon.
      The Question: Few people do. Few even think to ask the question.

    • Huntress: Well I have a question for you. Do you know what apophenia is?
      The Question: Apophenia - noun. The tendency to see connections where none exist. Did you come here just to make fun of my work?

    • Black Canary: I hope you're proud of yourself. Now we have to do guard duty from outside.
      Green Arrow: Hope I'm proud of myself? You're the one that punched him.

    • The Question: Figured I'd cut out the middleman.
      Huntress: Oh, baby doll... and just for the record, I usually prefer my dates to have a face.

    • Green Arrow: I think you'll live to punch suspects another day, pretty bird.

    • Huntress: I'm here on League business.
      Green Arrow: That's not what J'onn said - we just called him.
      Huntress: Okay, that didn't work...

    • Huntress: And here I heard you were some sort of brilliant fighter.
      Black Canary: (throwing her into a car) You heard right.

    • Green Arrow: Alright, you two stay here. Don't make me sic Black Canary on you – you've only seen her nice side so far.

    • Huntress: All that crazy mystery man mojo and you couldn't even pick up a clue without being seen?!?
      The Question: The key wasn't a clue. The key was mine.

    • Green Arrow: Because I know when I'm getting conned.
      Black Canary: You're cute when you're an insufferable smarty pants.

    • The Question: (to Huntress) You were just a child. You certainly didn't understand what your father did for a living. You just knew that when he talked, people listened. That he always had his guys around him to do whatever he said. And that the most frightening one was Mondragora. Looking into his eyes was like looking into an empty pit.

    • The Question: Somebody's following us.
      Huntress: Lose them.
      The Question: Like airline luggage.

    • Green Arrow: You're not supposed to drive when you're angry.
      Black Canary: They're heading toward the waterfront. Hang on!
      Green Arrow: It's so funny you think you have to tell me that.

    • Green Arrow: Are we dead yet?
      Black Canary: No.
      Green Arrow: Are we dead yet?
      Black Canary: Look, if we die I promise I'll let you know.

    • Huntress: Train.
      The Question: I see it.
      Huntress: Train!
      The Question: I see it!

    • Black Canary: I can't believe you! I rebuilt that bike by hand.
      Green Arrow: You're absolutely right. I'm sorry I saved our lives. And J'onn thinks Huntress is the unstable one.

    • Huntress: I've got special arrows too. The pointy kind that'll go right through you.

    • The Question: Where are we going?
      Huntress: Don't ask so many questions.

    • Black Canary: (watching Huntress kiss Question) I'm sorry but ewww.

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • Franco Bertinelli:
      Huntress' father, Franco Bertinelli, greatly resembles the character Tony Montana (Al Pachino) from the 1983 movie Scarface. Not only did his home resemble Tony Montana's mansion, but he featured a scar over his right eye and even dressed in the exact style of clothes Montana wore by the end of Scarface.

    • The Question: Oh Cadmus, Cadmus, wherefore art thou Cadmus?
      The line spoken by the Question was said by Juliet (with Cadmus = Romeo) as she stood on the balcony in Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet.

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