Martian Manhunter/J'onn J'onzz
Green Lantern/John Stewart
During the battle on the Watchtower, Shining Knight's sword is knocked from his hand, but when he pounds on the door after being locked in the room adjacent to the hallway, his sword is still in its sheath on his hip.
Trivia: J'onn J'onzz is called "Martian Manhunter" for the first time, by Clock King.
Trivia: When Task Force X breaks into the high-security storage room, you can see the original Luthor battlesuit, Grodd's helmet, pieces of Lex's giant robot, and assorted Thanagarian weapons in the background.
Trivia: Deadshot smuggles his weapon in Light Speed candy bar wrappers. That's the fictional candy bar that the Flash endorsed in "Eclipsed."
Executions always draw a big crowd, particular for "famous" prisoners. And Deadshot as a supervillain being executed would certainly seem to qualify. But the viewing gallery is totally empty.
The manacles on Deadshot are way too loose to be of any effective use - look at them after the warden says "Release the prisoner."
Belle Reve Penitentiary is located in Lousiana, but Deadshot is being lead to a gas chamber. Louisiana only uses the electric chair for electrocutions. Either that, or Belle Reve is located in Arizona, California, Maryland, Missouri, or Wyoming.
When Flagg punches in the security code the first time, he punches in "622" before he's interrupted. But when he goes back to finish the sequence, it says, "6-22."
There are 32 keys on the armory keypad (4 high, 8 wide). But since the code uses numbers, letters, and a dash character, there has to be at least 37 keys.
The Watchtower staff wear one of two different uniforms - one with short sleeves, one with long sleeves. The ones who wear long sleeves also also wear a black helmet-piece of some sort. Captain Boomerang wears the long-sleeved variant (to conceal his wrist bracer) but doesn't wear the head piece - someone should notice the discrepancy in the standard uniform.
Vigilante is shown to have only has one rope, slung over his left shoulder. But he ropes Flagg, Plastique, and Deadshot, and Captain Boomerang severs the lasso, and there's still a rope slung over his left shoulder. Where'd the other rope come from?
In the final fight, Flagg helps an injured Deadshot to the teleport pad then goes to help Captain Boomerang at the console. When the Annihilator hits the walls, they're still in the same relative positions. But after Plastique threatens Atom-Smasher, Captain Boomerang activates the console and Flagg and Deadshot have switched places.
J'onn: Don't you understand? We can't trust him.
Green Lantern: J'onn...we can't trust anyone now.
Deadshot: Tell me, Colonel - what's Waller got on you?
Rick Flagg: Not a thing. Some of us don't have to be blackmailed into serving their country.
Rick Flagg: We wait for the others. They have three minutes.
Captain Boomerang: Are you out of your blinkin' head? We got to go! (Flagg glares at him) Did I say "leave"? Because I meant "wait."
Plastique: You are a very bad boy.
Deadshot: Tell me you didn't love it.
Deadshot: And (Flagg)? Going in unarmed?
Captain Boomerang: This one don't need no weapons.
Deadshot: I thought he was going to wet himself when you mentioned the Martian. He couldn't let us through fast enough.
Plastique: That was nothing. I almost lost it when this bonehead set off the metal detector.
Captain Boomerang: Seventy-five cents is seventy-five cents. I'm supposed to throw away money?
Rick Flagg: Shut your mouths and get your mind on the job.
Technician #1: Why was he wearing Booster Gold's pants? So Jimmy says, "Because he left his long underwear at the cleaners." Even Big Blue laughed at that one.
Rick Flagg: Last-minute change in the duty roster, Superman's got the drop on you--what do you do?
Plastique: Before or after I change my shorts?
Captain Boomerang: Ah, so we'll make our way there, pretty as you please, then maybe a picnic lunch and the Justice League will give us a ride home. We may as well be storming Heaven's Gate itself.
Clock King: Unlike Heaven, this tower has a duty schedule. One I've studied thoroughly. I've scheduled your visit for when they're at their weakest.
Captain Boomerang: Define "weakest," please.
Rick Flagg: And Betty Sans Sourci. Current alias--"Plastique." Explosives expert.
Deadshot: Umm, I know. I've seen the pictures.
Plastique: And that's all you're going to see, killer.
Deadshot: This must be some nasty business.
Rick Flagg: A little B&E, a little grand larceny. No big deal.
Deadshot: What's the target?
Rick Flagg: Justice League headquarters.
Deadshot: Always did want to die for my country.
Rick Flagg: Before you do something stupid, tell me--how did you enjoy your last meal?
Deadshot: Not bad. The asparagus was a little overcooked, but the lobster was perfect.
Rick Flagg: It was laced with explosive nanites.
Deadshot: Excuse me?
Rick Flagg: That's right. Any escape attempt and, well, you're going to look kind of funny trying to run away with no head.
Deadshot: So what do I call you?
Rick Flagg: The name's Flagg - Colonel Flagg.
Deadshot: Colonel... Flagg? You're kidding, right?
Priest: There's still time, Mr. Lawton. Are you sure you don't want me to pray for you?
Deadshot: I'm sure. But if it comforts you, padre, by all means.
Deadshot: Most fun I've had since my last root canal.
J'onn: Ask yourselves-–is being in here with me what you truly desire?
Vigilante: I reckon you boys have a good explanation for what you're doing on A Deck?
Shining Knight: 'Tis more likely that these varlets are the source of our woes.
Rick Flagg: Can't slip anything past you.
First aired on Canadian YTV on April 14th, 2005.
On first airing, clips at the end are from "The Balance," "Double Date," and "The Clash."
Other Leaguers that appear without dialogue: Gypsy, Stars, and Vibe. Atom Smasher, Vigilante, and Shining Knight have a few lines of dialogue but are uncredited.
CCH Pounder, Michael Rosenbaum, Chris Cox, and Juliet Landau reprise their roles as Amanda Waller, Deadshot, Captain Atom, and Tala (see below, however). Alan Rachins reprises his role as the Clock King from the Batman: The Animated Series episodes "The Clock King" and "Time Out of Joint." Adam Baldwin, who had previously played Jonah Hex in "The Once and Future Thing: Weird Western Tales (1)" and Bonk in "The Once and Future Thing: Time, Warped (2)", plays Rick Flagg here.
Juliet Landau is not credited as Tala, as is standard practice JLU. If an actor plays two or more different roles, they are only credited for the one with the most dialogue, even if the lesser role is one they've played before.
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