Damn! This is one of the few episodes from this season that I couldn't find online a few months ago, and I gave up on Cartoon Network after flipping through .the schedule for the past month and seeing it replaced by "Bo-bo Bobobobobobo" or some other badly dubbed anime. And despite everything else they air being shown ad nauseum, there's no replay listed on Cartoon Network's schedule.
Oh, and next Saturday? Fuhgedabawdit. No new episode, no rerun, nothing. The erratic schedule makes it seem as if they go out of their way to make sure nobody watches this show. Don't get me wrong, I know that they don't actually want people to not watch it...that'd be silly. However, I do have to wonder what the thought process is behind going months at a time without so much as mentioning the show, airing a new episode, then yanking it back off the schedule for who knows how long.
I was sort of interested in seeing the launch of the new "Legion of Super-Heroes" cartoon, but I have a feeling that no matter how good it is, it'll suffer the same fate.
TO BILL BRASKY!
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Hopefully they will show Braniac Returns as well. Cartoon Network has aired all the DCU direct to video movies and Mask of The Phantasm.
I remember at one point when Cartoon Network was airing Superman, Batman, Batman Beyond and Justice League all around the same time. Or at least I think they were all more prominent on the schedule than they are now.
I just watched it again and caught Sgt Hatred, they snuck that one right by me the first time. Does this mean Hank and Dean didn't start out as clones? Or did we ever get that established? I would guess that Hank and Dean were born the regular way.