In a piece dominated by CCH Pounder's narration, this "closure" episode marks a transition for the characters seen for the most part in the "Batman:Beyond" universe. Terry has a big question to ask the former head of Project Cadmus, the believed anti-superhero agency. He is in turmoil, a marriage proposal to his long time girlfriend is on the line, and the truth of his parentage is one question he is not sure he wants answered, especially if the answer is going to come from Amanda Waller. Now an old woman, she faces him with the thought that he could possibly exact a revenge on her and Cadmus' interference with his life, his birth, his legacy and that of Bruce Wayne's, his "surragate" father. Look for an appearance of an old friend/lover/enemy of Wayne's to hold a crucial piece of the puzzle and you have what made the Justice League Unlimited the best animated drama of all times. I didn't want the episode, or the series, to end.
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