SuperFriends: The Legendary Super Powers Show

Season 1 Episode 13

Darkseid's Golden Trap (2)

Aired Saturday 8:00 AM Oct 20, 1984 on ABC
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Darkseid's Golden Trap (2)
Darkesid had managed to obtain gold kryptonite and intends to use it on Superman and destroy the SuperFriends once and for all.

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    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Goofs: When Darkseid asks Wonder Woman to join him after thinking he's defeated Superman, her tiara is colored red. Later, when the real Superman is seen with El Dorado, the upper parts of his boots are colored yellow.

    • QUOTES (3)

      • El Dorado: (referring to his telepathic ability) Weak minds are like open books, Kalibak!

      • Snitch: It's not healthy to know too much about Darkseid!

      • (Final scene after the SuperFriends escape Darkseid's trap and preventing him from using the gold Kryptonite on Superman)
        Wonder Woman: Hey guys, I can't decide what to wear on my date with Steve Trevor tonight. (Displays two dresses) Which looks better, the blue or the gold?
        All: THE BLUE!!!
        Wonder Woman: Hmmm! I have a feeling I'm asking the wrong people!

    • NOTES (2)

      • This is also the last major appearance of original super-hero El Dorado, who first appeared in the 1983 Superfriends shorts (he had a brief cameo in the episode 'The Curator', that airs later this season, as well as in 1985's The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians).

      • This is the final appearance of original super-hero Black Vulcan, who first appeared in 1977's The All-New SuperFriends Hour (he has a brief cameo in the episode 'The Curator', that airs later this season).

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Studio 54
        A scene on the planet has "Studio 54,000" displayed on its marquee. This would be an outer space version of New York City's Studio 54. This was an infamous nightclub notorious for illegal drug use. Despite this, it was attended by a number of celebrities before it was closed down in the early 1980's.