Young Justice

Season 2 Episode 7


Aired Saturday 10:30 AM Jun 09, 2012 on Cartoon Network
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Episode Summary


A former Young Justice member returns to the team to help defend a satellite launch against enemy attack.

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  • SaveYJFan

    who do the fans write to keep YJ on air. i think all the fans need to come together and fight to save YJ. i know it may sound a little extreme but i will to petition the creators and the network to give the fans what they and i want YJ to stay on the air.
  • 2x7 - Depths

    This was soooo good. I was at the edge of my seat wanting to know everything.
  • Robin

    Its great wen is the next episode

    coming out ??
  • Tip of the Arrow

    This is another great one and I hope there will be more futher on. I really liked seeing Artimis again she's my favorate female in the group and I liked how we see a little bit of her reationship with Bart and how far it truely want, both are living together.

    She had good chemestry with some of the members again, I liked her reaction on going back to the team it's that feeling we all get when we come back someplace where even though were back nothing is the same. The action is good as usual, my favorate moment was seeing Tim/Nightwing use the Arnise sticks on Black Manta's henchmen the chorigraphy was spot on (hope we get to see him use them more), on a side note the Arnise sticks are my second favorate weapon in the Martial Arts I practice.

    I liked the reveal in the Megann and Connor relationship and it made me feel really sad for Conor and disapointed in Megaan. What Megann did was wrong, her abuse in her superpowers is like an addict that abuses drugs, though she she's becoming less like herself which makes me worried. I don't doubt Connor still does love her but she just can't have him if she doesn't clean her act up, I also don't think he's going to wait forever he could move on depending on how the season goes.

    As for the Lagan guy he is a total blowhole. The guy comes off as a Jock (and I don't mean the good kind) just an egotistical moron let alone picks on Connor for no reason. Connor isn't the only one that doen't like him but Beast Boy, even Tim/Nightwing and may'be even Artimis in one moment when Lagan looked like he was trying hit on her with one comment he makes. This makes me even more disapointed in Megann because I know she can do better, she should settle for less. Even though he got captured in the end I didn't feel sorry for him because that's what you get for incompitance, Lagan violated the Marine code to always stick and work with your squad.

    The last moments were griping when we see Artimis was dead it really made my heart sink. However when we the twist at the end which was a strange sense of relief when we see the death was a ruse all part of a black op that is being conducted by Nightwing, so Artimis is alive. But the other relief was discovering that Aqualad was really undercover, so fans of the character you can stop freting. It also puts him and all the others in a sympathetic light because you understand all of what he has to go though all to infiltrate the bad guys and protect humanity. We also see that Bart is a part of the Black Op as well and why both Artimis and him were out of the limelight for a while; may'be even Zantana when we hear about the amulet she reacently gave Tim/Nightwing, their realationship just like with Artimis and Bart went deep.

    Once again there are more questions, like how and when did Aqualad, Nightwing, Artimis, Zantana, and Kid Flash begin the Black Op? What more happened in that five year gap? And of course the revolving question of the season is who is the unseen partner of the Light? Could it be another big player in the DC rogue galary we haven't seen yet, if anyone I could imagine Promethus, I'd love to see him in this show he's one of my favorate super villians. Or may'be it's another insider, may'be one of the new members of Young Justice, this one might be unlikely since the mole card has been played in the first season already but then again what do we know about most of the newbies. Well we'll have to just wait and see.moreless
  • A Surprising Episode!

    This episode through into question, everything we thought we knew, but we'll get into that later.

    Not only was it great to see Artemis again, but great to see her interact with her old friends, even Conner ^^ . I loved the way she said his name :P .

    I've always shipped Robart as well as Wallart, so it was nice to some Robin/Artemis interaction in this episode.

    The action in this episode was just too amazing for words, most of it by Artemis and Robin.

    I'm very surprised about the MM/SB breakup reveal. That scene was so sad. How she could have done that too him, bothered me so much. I knew they were throwing hints at us about her powers. She's been using them almost too proficiently this season. She could be as much dangerous as she is helpful to Earth.

    I was about to cry when Artemis "died" and almost wanted to punch the Aqualad through the TV, especially when he said "Welcome back" as he was "stabbing" her! So shocking! Then, I was very surprised when Robin, Kid, Artemis, and Aqua's plan was revealed. I was totally under the belief that Aqualad was truly evil. On a brighter note, I knew Robin and Zatanna had something going on over the year skip! They are such a great couple :D .

    Overall, a twist-filled episode andf can't wait for mid season.moreless
Tim Curry

Tim Curry

G. Gordon Godfrey

Guest Star

Yuri Lowenthal

Yuri Lowenthal

Lagoon Boy

Guest Star

Khary Payton

Khary Payton

Black Manta

Guest Star

Kevin Michael Richardson

Kevin Michael Richardson

Mal Duncan/Martian Manhunter

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


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  • QUOTES (3)

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    • Heroes appearing without dialogue: Batgirl, Wonder Girl, Beast Boy, Impulse, Blue Beetle, Bumblebee, Rocket, Robin I, Zatanna


    • Superboy: Two minutes after I end it, you're dating the rebound guy from the Black Lagoon.

      Referencing the 1954 film Creature from the Black Lagoon, starring Richard Carlson and Julia Adams. In it, an amphibious creature known as "Gill-man" kills research scientists seeking to find fossil evidence of the legendary creature's existence.