Well, it was getting slow until those last ten minutes. Certainly an eye-opener, this turned out to be a good episode and Geoff Johns can definitely tell a great story. And while the Hawkman/Hawkgirl situation seems to be wrapped up, the story looks to be far from over.
Unfortunately, it looks like it'll have to be, considering there are only two episodes remaining. If Bruce Timm DOES decide to go the direct-to-DVD route, he certainly has plenty of story fodder.
Good episode this week and I now have total faith in Johns' storytelling abilities, which is a good thing since Blade premieres in less than two months.
Now we know what happened to Aqualad and it's a shocker. Just a few bits of dialogue filled in the past five years: Tula died on a team mission, Aqualad blamed his friends and discovered Black Manta is his father, then went to join him.