Justice League Unlimited

Season 2 Episode 10

Hearts and Minds (2)

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Aired Saturday 10:30 PM Oct 25, 2003 on Cartoon Network
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Despero's followers attack and John is forced to use a gun when his ring becomes useless due to Despero's mental tampering. While John, Katma, and Hawkgirl are captured, J'onn, Kilowog, and Flash must try to deactivate the mystic flames and deprive Despero of his power.

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    Maria Canals

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    Carl Lumbly

    Carl Lumbly

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      • Katma Tui: Besides, you would look as good in a brass bikini.
        The "bikini" that Princess Leia is wearing in SW: ROTJ is often referred to as a "brass bikini." The brass bikini is worn in both shows when the female lead has become the apparent thrall of the villain.

      • Flash: Ladies and gentlemen, I give you Kilowog – the man of a thousand talents.
        Although Kilowog is indeed a technical expert in the comic books, in the DC Golden Age "The Man of a Thousand Talents" was the nickname of Mr. Terrific, a costumed adventurer (secret identity Terry Sloane) who died and was later succeeded by Michael Holt (taking the same heroic name) in the modern-day JSA. Mr. Terrific (the Holt version) later joins the Justice League in the third season, so apparently someone on the show likes him...

      • Green Lantern: Now you sound like Yoda.
        References the Jedi master. A couple of weeks after this episode originally aired, Cartoon Network began airing its five-minute Star Wars segments. There also appears to be a Star Wars-like fade-to-scene immediately after this line which may also be intentional.

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