[S3E8] The Storm Maker |WORK|
At The Alternate's headquarters, K.C. comes out of disguise and escapes from a room where she had been locked up. K.C. frees an imprisoned scientist named Gwen, who leads her through the building in search of the Storm Maker, but Gwen later reveals she is part of The Alternate. Brady, Gwen, and Alternate member Reid plan to use the Storm Maker to have a massive storm hit the Capitol Building during the State of the Union address. Craig and Kira drive to the Capitol to warn people, but they encounter heavy rain and hail. Marisa enters The Alternate's headquarters to help K.C., and they rush to the rooftop to destroy the Storm Maker's transmitter. After a brawl with Brady, K.C. destroys the transmitter with a laser gun. Brady escapes by parachuting off the rooftop, and Marisa decides that she does not want to interview to become a spy because of the hard work required by the job.
[S3E8] The Storm Maker
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Back at Bill's house, Jessica admits she missed Bill and tries to tell him about the trucker but he interrupts, saying she should leave, releasing her as her maker, leaving her free to go. She tells him that she drained someone because he never taught her control and that she needs him but he lashes out at her saying he can't take care of or protect her because he's no good. Jessica is steadfast in that she is not leaving, saying she doesn't want to be alone anymore and begins to sob and Bill comforts her.
Camping out in the woods for the night, Team Avatar sits around a campfire, telling ghost stories. Sokka tells a horror story about a haunted sword that fails to scare the others. To darken the mood, Katara tells a frightening story about a little girl named Nini, a friend of her mother's who disappeared during a harsh winter storm in the Southern Water Tribe. She recalls that despite her vanishing, the villagers kept seeing smoke coming out of her chimney.
The only thing the classic drama Twelve Angry Men might have been missing was Jessica Fletcher. In the jury room potboiler "Trial By Error," Jess is the jury forewoman, working the minds and opinions of her fellow not so angry verdict-makers, including the likes of Vicki Lawrence, Tom Ewell, and Brock Peters (in a nice role reversal, as he was the one who portrayed the doomed defendant Tom Robinson in 1962's screen adaptation of To Kill a Mockingbird).
An energy-beam emanating from an undersea crevice causes seaquakes in Atlantis and transforms three surface humans into elemental beings of earth, water, and air. Aquaman summons the aid of fellow Justice League members. Wonder Woman along with Hawkman, Red Tornado, Firestorm, Zatanna, and Elongated Man respond. Discovering the link between the creatures and the seaquakes, the heroes travel together to Atlantis. While there, they battle the sorcerer Daanuth, a survivor of the original Atlantis who seeks to mystically resurrect his ancient homeland. Superman and Firestorm use stellar energy to return the elemental beings to normal, causing Daanuth's powers to ebb, and he disappears into the ancient ruins of Atlantis.
Superman discovers a tree in Africa is a portal to an overpopulated alien world that wants to conquer Earth and Batman was just stranded on this other world when the portal sealed. Superman gathers JLA members, Firestorm, Green Arrow, Red Tornado, Wonder Woman, and Zatanna in the Hawkship to rescue Batman. Elongated Man, Green Lantern and Hawkman stay behind to deal with the Cosmic Tree on Earth. They are joined (for the first time) by the Outsiders. Eventually Batman is saved but the relationship between he and Superman is tense. Wonder Woman encourages Batman and the two to reconcile, which they finally do. The two old friends clasp hands together, and acknowledge that they're stuck with each other.
The Harbinger begins to appear to various heroes and teleports them away. Elsewhere, on this new earth, many heroes still battle the Shadow Demons. Harbinger brings her gathered to Qward, to confront the Anti-Monitor. The Supermen of Earth One and Two, Power Girl, Martian Manhunter, Kid Flash, Dr. Light, Captain Atom, Lady Quark, Firestorm, Firehawk, Captain Marvel, both Wonder Women, and other heroes are on hand for what seems like a final battle. Harbinger explains to the new Dr. Light the reason the Monitor created her and it was for this time. Dr. Light absorbs the energy of one of the binary suns that the Anti-Monitor is drawing power from. Alex Luthor begins to drain the antimatter energy away from the Anti-Monitor. The Negative Woman, using her radioactive power seeks touch the Anti-Monitor while the other heroes engage in a frontal assault. He falls to a nearby planetoid seemingly killed and our heroes cheer. Just then Wonder Woman of Earth-One is struck with a flash of power from the Anti-Monitor and appears to disintegrate. This devastates our heroes. Superman of Earth-Two knocks Superman of Earth-One out and directs the rest of the heroes retreat through the portal. Superman of Earth-Two, Superboy from Earth-Prime and Alex Luthor stay behind and deliver the final blows, destroying the Anit-monitor. 041b061a72