G. Gordon Godfrey, I was wrong about you. So wrong. (Or was that meant to be someone else in disguise? It's actually consistent with the character but came as a shock.)
Everything else seemed just to be getting pieces back in place for the finale. Three episodes to go.
Arsenal reacted well to Lex Luthor reveal at the end, considering how insane he's was for most of the rest of the episodes; I expected the Runaways to be laid out. I also totally didn't understand the significance - if there even was any! - of the gold gear Arsenal saw in the room where the key was supposed to be. I thought it might Deathstroke's, but unsure why it would be.
I had no idea there's a Young Justice video game coming out that is meant to fill in some of the Five Year Gap, or at least take place in that period. Though the idea it was supposed to be out in February and has been delayed twice to September does not leave me with great hopes.
I get the feeling that if we would get season 3, The Light and Darkseid connection would be revealed. Now, its pretty much The Light using everyone to get to The Reach. It would also be bad journalism for G. Gordon Godfrey not to call them out on it considering the entire world saw it.
I just don't like the Runaways. I can barely remember who is who. I much prefer the story being about the original team instead shoehorning old now new characters into the show like its the Ultimate Universe. Good to see Nightwing be the leader again and Arsenal not being a moron.
The Wee Baby Sheamus.Twitter: @realjoecarfley its a bit more toned down there. A bit.
The important thing wasn't what Arsenal saw; it was what he didn't see. That's how he knew someone had grabbed the crystal key, and figured out that it was Luthor after the fact. He just grabbed the gear when he saw it.
I refuse to believe this show will end it's run of awesomeness by bringing down the main character at the inept, borderline comic relief hands of Steve Billings. My guesses: Ronnie runs to Mexico, or gets killed by Shane.