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Episode 1: Independance Day
In the premiere episode, Robin, Speedy, Aqualad and Kid Flash are finally granted access to the headquarters of the Justice League. But when that access turns out
to be little more than a glorified backstage pass, Speedy walks, and the other three sidekicks go on a mission of their
own…to Project Cadmus, where they make a startling discovery…

Episode 2: Fireworks (aka Independance Day, Part Two)
In the premiere episode, Robin, Speedy, Aqualad and Kid Flash are finally granted access to the headquarters of the Justice League. But when that access turns out
to be little more than a glorified backstage pass, Speedy walks, and the other three sidekicks go on a mission of their
own…to Project Cadmus, where they make a startling discovery…

Episode 3:  Welcome To Happy Harbor
After Speedy declines to join the new team, Robin, Aqualad and Kid Flash fear YOUNG JUSTICE is just a big joke…while new member Miss Martian fears there’s
no room for her to be part of it. So when the four heroes and Superboy come up against Mister Twister, it looks like all their fears have just been realized…

Episode 4: Drop Zone
On their first official assignment – a covert recon mission to the VENOM-producing island of SANTA PRISCA – THE TEAM finds itself caught in a struggle between
the deadly BANE and cult leader KOBRA for possession of something far worse than they suspected.

Episode 5: Schooled
SUPERBOY’s anger over his non-relationship with SUPERMAN is getting out of control. He refuses to train with BLACK CANARY, and when THE TEAM faces an
opponent that even the JUSTICE LEAGUE had trouble defeating,
the Boy of Steel goes rogue.

Episode 6: Infiltrator
Artemis faces an uphill battle trying to win over her new teammates as she tries to fill Red Arrow's boots on a mission he
initiated: saving a brilliant young scientist from the League of Shadows.

Episode 7: Denial
When the team investigates the disappearance of Kent Nelson (formerly Doctor Fate), the scientific-minded Wally West is forced to confront his disbelief in magic
while battling Abra Kadabra and Klarion the Witch Boy for the ultra-powerful helmet of fate.

Episode 8: Downtime
After a disastrous mission with the team, Aqualad returns to Atlantis to choose between a life on the surface world or one beneath the waves with the Aquagirl of his
dreams. But other forces at play may make Aqualad's decision for him.

Episode 9: Bereft
The Team finds itself wandering the desert of BIALYA with no memory of the last six months – or of each other. Only Miss Martian can restore their minds and figure
out what happened.

Episode 10: Targets
While in Taipei, Red Arrow prevents Cheshire from assassinating Lex Luthor (who is assisting in a peace effort between General Singh Manh Li of Northern Rhelasia
and Prime Minister Tseng of Southern Rhelasia). When Red Arrow questions Cheshire on why the League of Shadows wants to assassinate Lex Luthor, Sportsmaster
appears and springs Cheshire from prison. Aqualad ends up coming to Red Arrow's aid. Meanwhile, Superboy and Miss Martian adopt the names Conner Kent and
Megan Morse when they begin their first day of school where they meet Wendy and Marvin, Mal Duncan, Karen Beecher, and their teacher Lucas Carr. When the
League of Shadows gets away upon defeat, Red Arrow tells Aqualad that he heard Sportsmaster mentioning something about a mole on the Young Justice team.
Unbeknownst to the public, it turns out that Lex Luthor was in cahoots with Ra's al Ghul in order to further the goals of The Light.

Episode 11: Terrors
Superman and Martian Manhunter defeat the Terror Twins in New Orleans. With the Terror Twins defeated, Batman has Superboy and Miss Martian disguise
themselves as the Terror Twins in order to infiltrate Belle Reve since the ice-based villains that were defeated were sent there.   A disguised Superboy and Miss Martian
arrive at Belle Reve which is run by Warden Amanda Waller and prison psychiatrist Hugo Strange. When in the male section of Belle Reve, Superboy hears of a plot by
Icicle Sr. to break out of jail. Superboy and Miss Martian kiss when Megan gets thawed. In the aftermath of the breakout attempt, all the prisoners were rounded up
except for Riddler and Hugo Strange becomes the new warden of Belle Reve. It is revealed that Hugo Strange is in cahoots with Icicle Sr. in order to further the goals
of The Light.

Episode 12: Homefront
Artemis attends the Gotham Academy. There, she meets Bette Kane, her new student liaison. Dick Grayson quickly takes a picture of both of them. Barbara Gordon
makes a brief appearance as a fellow student. Upon returning to the cave, Robin and Artemis find that Mount Justice itself has been attacked by two "relatives" of Red
Tornado, Red Inferno and Red Torpedo. Artemis and Robin (the two teens without super-powers) must save the team from the invaders. When Robin is captured,
Artemis pretends to surrender, then quickly fires Wally's "souvenir" arrow at the E.M.P. Mitter to create a shock-wave that shuts down Red Torpedo and Red Inferno. Red
Tornado arrives, and after making contact with other robots, creates a whirlwind that sucks the air out of the room, leaving the team unconscious. When they wake up,
the "Reds" are gone.

Episode 13: Alpha Male
In India, a group of hunters led by Mayor Hamilton Hill are set upon by Monsieur Mallah.   Already exhausted and rattled after a home turf invasion of The Cave and
what had happened to Red Tornado, the team learns that Aqualad withheld vital information that put them all at risk. Batman sends the team and their replacement â
€œden-motherâ€� Captain Marvel to India to investigate bizarre reports of armed animals attacking human beings. They discover that Brain is behind the Venom-
enhanced animals.   Captain Marvel returns home to tell his Uncle Dudley about the mission.Then he reverts to his orignal form (Billy Batson/child-stature) before
going to bed.

Episode 14: Revelation
When Plant Creatures attack major cities around the world, the team is eager to join the fight alongside the Justice League. Instead, Batman assigns them a still more
dangerous task: taking out the Plant Creatures' masters, a secret society of super-villains called the Injustice League (consisting of the Joker, Count Vertigo, Poison Ivy,
Atomic Skull, Wotan, Black Adam, and Ultra-Humanite). In the end, it is revealed that the Injustice League is a "fall guy" meant to distract the heroes from discovering
who is really behind recent events, The Light, as its members (Vandal Savage, Ra's Al Ghul, Lex Luthor, Ocean Master, The Brain, Queen Bee, and Klarion the Witch
Boy) are finally revealed.

Episode 15: Humanity
The team and Zatanna are on the hunt for Red Tornado, determined to find out once and for all whether the robot was the mole. They track down the robot and meet
Tornado's little brother Red Volcano, who attempts to destroy the Earth. The three reds attack him and manage to melt him in lava. Red Tornado is saved by Superboy
and reveals the truth: he had left in order to protect the team from further attacks. He also admits that he does care about them, and soon after goes to take care of his
"father."

Episode 16: Failsafe
During an alien invasion, the Team faces the ultimate challenge when they are forced to replace the fallen Justice League. However, the team later learns that the
invasion was a mental training simulation containing an unwinnable scenario, and Miss Martian's unexpectedly powerful psychic talents caused them all to forget that
the experience was a simulation

Episode 17: Disordered
Still traumatized by the training exercise in the last episode, the team attempts to work through their feelings with Black Canary. Meanwhile, Superboy's pet Sphere
comes to the attention of the people who previously possessed it called the Forever People. They identify that Conner actually saved the New Genisphere from the
Bialyans and welcome him as a friend. Superboy and the Forever People end up stumbling upon Intergang who are using technology from Apokolips to rob an
underground gold vault. Superboy and the Forever People learn that Intergang received the Apokolips technology from Desaad. They defeat the villains and gather up
the rest of the missing technology. The episode ends with the Forever People allowing Conner to keep Sphere.

Episode 18: Secrets
Artemis and Zatanna go to Manhattan for a girls' night after learning that Superboy and Miss Martian are a couple. While out they encounter a dangerous psychopath,
Harm.   Meanwhile, Wally, Megan, and Conner attend a Halloween party at Megan's and Conner's school. Also, Megan introduces Wally to Wendy, Marvin, Karen and
Mal. There, they encounter a prankster (later revealed as Marvin) who is trying to sabotage the party

Episode 19: Misplaced
When every adult on the planet disappears because of a spell cast by Klarion the Witch Boy, Wizard, Wotan, Felix Faust, and Blackbriar Thorn, only the team,
Zatanna, and Billy Batson are left to figure out what's going on.   It is revealed that the adults and children are in different dimensions. With the help of Captain
Marvel, a battle plan is formulated. During the showdown, Zatanna dons the Helmet of Fate. Zatara later becomes the new Doctor Fate in order to free his daughter
from Nabu's thrall.
Zatanna moves in permanently at Mount Justice with Miss Martian and Superboy, while Klarion reports back to the Brain. Klarion's scheme was just a distraction to
enable Sportsmaster and the Riddler to steal the piece of the starfish creature (from "Downtime") for The Light.

Episode 20: Coldhearted
Kid Flash is disappointed on his birthday when he is tasked by Batman to deliver a heart to Queen Perdita of Vlativa, while the rest of the team is sent to join the
Justice League and destroy flying fortresses causing nationwide snowstorms. On the way he is attacked by Vandal Savage, who delays him for some time. Kid Flash
reaches the hospital only to be informed by a doctor that Perdita already passed away and takes the heart from him. Kid Flash realizes he's been tricked, and stops the
doctor, a henchmen of Count Vertigo (Perdita's uncle who plots to let her die and take the throne). Kid Flash manages to retrieve the heart and get it to the doctors.
However, it is reported on the news that Perdita died during the operation.
Count Vertigo approaches Kid Flash in his hospital room and gloats over his success. It is revealed that Perdita is alive with Kid Flash having faked the news and
tricked him into confessing. Perdita revokes Vertigo's diplomatic immunity and he is arrested. Perdita offers Count Vertigo's sword to Kid Flash as a souvenir.
At Mount Justice, it is shown that Wally kept the heart carrier instead having realized that saving Perdita's life was more meaningful. At Belle Reve, Hugo Strange
meets Batman and Flash and explains that the five ice-powered villains (Batman's prime suspects of the fortresses) were apparently in their cells the whole time

Episode 21: Image
A covert operation against Queen Bee's forces in Qurac results in the Team encountering Garfield Logan and his mother. The Team make the connection between
Miss Martian and the 'Hello, Megan' program.
During an attempt to rescue Qurac's president, Miss Martian encounters Psimon, who forces her to revert to her White Martian form. She manages to keep this form
concealed by knocking her teammates unconscious and rendering Psimon catatonic. However, Queen Bee later seeks to blackmail her into becoming a spy by
threatening to reveal her true identity upon somehow finding out her secret.

Note: In the 'Hello Megan' opening the creators were dubbed Greg Vietti and Brandon Weissman, a spoof of the show's creators Greg Weissman and Brandon Vietti.
Aqualad and Artemis make a cameo appearance in Miss Martian's illusion.

Episode 22: Agendas
At the JLA Watchtower, Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman meet with the other members of the Justice League to discuss expanding the Justice League's roster.
Superboy returns to Project Cadmus to investigate a rumor by Lex Luthor that the top-secret genetics lab has created another Superman clone.  When he discovers this
to be true, he learns that the clone, code-named "Match" was the first attempt to clone Superman from purely Kryptonian DNA. The resulting clone is far more
unstable, and Superboy reluctantly decides that the clone needs to remain in cryogenic stasis. He also learns that his DNA is mixed with that of a human - Lex Luthor
himself - and that Luthor can shut Superboy down with a simple phrase called "Red Sun." At the JLA Watchtower, the Justice League have finished their deliberations
as to possible recruits

Episode 23: Insecurity
Artemis and Green Arrow stop an assassination attempt by Black Spider. Then Green Arrow is approached by Red Arrow, who had agreed to meet him. Meanwhile,
Sportsmaster springs Professor Ivo from Belle Reve.
Red Arrow joins the Team and embarks on a mission with Kid Flash, Aqualad and Artemis to track down Sportsmaster, which results in them battling Cheshire too.
Wally starts to express his feelings for Artemis. Artemis discovers that Klarion the Witch Boy, Brain, and Professor Ivo are all working together doing something to the
starfish creature. Wally realizes that Artemis lied to them about the tracker and decides the tracker she used to track Cheshire is the right souvenir. Meanwhile at the
Cave, the other members of the Team discover Red Tornado's human body which Red Tornado plans to use to blend into the human race.
Artemis returns home and is confronted by Sportsmaster (who is revealed to be her father). He tries to persuade her that she belongs with her villainous family, not the
Team.

Episode 24: Performance
The Team goes undercover at the Haly International Traveling Circus to locate a thief stealing weapons technology across Europe with Agent King Faraday
suspecting that Jack Haly's circus performers are responsible.
The experience of working with the circus again drives Robin to distraction as he reflects on his family's death and the possibility of Jack Haly losing the circus if the
thief isn't caught. As the circus moves location, the Team encounters the thief: Parasite. Superboy starts to rely on Lex Luthor's 'Shields' more.
The Team track down Parasite and defeat him with Parasite being arrested by Agent King Faraday. Afterwards, Jack Haly reveals to Robin that he knows and
remembers him, and implores the Boy Wonder to perform for the circus one more time.

Episode 25: Usual Suspects
Red Arrow, Icon, Plastic Man, The Atom, and Doctor Fate are welcomed into the Justice League while Icon's protégé Rocket joins the Team. During the
ceremony, the Team receives an alert about Cheshire boarding a plane. After finding the plane crashed, the group is attacked by the Riddler, Cheshire, Mammoth,
and Shimmer. After winning the battle, the Team recovers a suitcase containing heavily-modified Starro bio-technology and deliver it to Batman. Later, Superboy
takes the Sphere to Santa Prisca after receiving a message from Lex Luthor, finding Luthor, Queen Bee, Cheshire, Sportsmaster, Bane, and Blockbuster there. Artemis
and Miss Martian arrive separately, causing the three heroes to display shock at each other. However, in flashbacks, these three reveal their secrets to the rest of the
team, showing their current actions as a ploy to lure the villains into the open. The Team defeat all but Luthor and Queen Bee, who escape by helicopter, and Chesire
who disappears as Sportsmaster is captured. In the Watchtower, the mole is revealed to be Red Arrow who was brainwashed into using the biotech to gain control of
the entire Justice League. A mind-controlled Batman authorizes Vandal Savage's entry into the Watchtower.

Episode 26: Auld Acquaintance
The Team arrive at the Cave, and are informed by Batman that Red Arrow is a Roy Harper clone who replaced the original 3 years ago and has tried to betray the
Justice League to Vandal Savage. Just as Red Tornado tries to infect Aqualad with Starro biotech, he immediately shuts down. Suspicious of this strange situation, the
Team split up: Aqualad, Artemis, Miss Martian, and Superboy try to track down Red Arrow (who has gone on the run) while Kid Flash, Robin, Rocket, and Zatanna
investigate what is wrong with a malfunctioning Red Tornado. Once his consciousness is transferred to his humanoid body, Black Canary shows up and attacks, but is
quickly subdued. As the team evacuate Mount Justice, Tornado explains that the entire League is under the control of Vandal Savage. The Team plot an attack on
the Watchtower in an attempt to ambush the League members individually and expose them to a reverse-engineered cure to the Starro biotech. After a fierce battle,
they succeed, and Savage and Klarion (who was pulling the strings on the controlled League members) flee.
Realizing it's New Year's Day, the Team celebrates and romance blossoms between several members. Later, Superman and Superboy have a heart-to-heart talk. The
Light storm the Cadmus facility and apprehend Match and the real Roy Harper (who's missing his right arm). Robin alerts some of the other heroes to the fact that six
Justice League members (Batman, Hawkwoman, John Stewart, Martian Manhunter, Superman, and Wonder Woman) whereabouts for 16 hours while under Savage's
control cannot be accounted for.
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