Justice League: Season 4, Episode 6

Double Date (4 Jun. 2005)

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Seeking to avenge the death of her parents, the Huntress enlists the help of the Question in tracking down Steven Mandragora, a mobster in protective custody -- and being guarded by the Green Arrow and Black Canary.

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The Huntress / Helena Bertinelli / Maria Bertinelli (voice)
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Seeking to avenge the death of her parents, the Huntress enlists the help of the Question in tracking down Steven Mandragora, a mobster in protective custody -- and being guarded by the Green Arrow and Black Canary.

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Early drafts for this episode featured Barbara Gordon in a Birds of Prey storyline. It would have Barbara getting injured during a case as Batgirl. Since Batman forbids her from participating she would recreate herself as Oracle, and get in touch with Black Canary and Huntress to finish her case. Neither of them would meet her in person. Due to the Bat-Embargo, the story replaced Batgirl with Green Arrow and The Question. See more »

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The Question is able to drive on the railroad tracks with room to spare, but railroad tracks should be no wider than his cars' wheels. See more »

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Huntress: [Question and Huntress are driving headlong into the path on an oncoming train] Train.
The Question: I see it.
Huntress: Train!
The Question: I SEE IT!
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References Scarface (1983) See more »

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Justice League Unlimited Theme
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Written by Michael McCuistion
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