That being said, Part I does a great job of setting up the problem. Gorilla Grodd uses his mental influence to bring out the less then charitable feelings the members of the Justice League have toward one another, driving them apart. He and his super villain Secret Society track them down and capture them one by one, planning to execute them publicly.
Then comes Part II, and the good guys win.....why?
The Climax Setup: J'onn impersonates Clayface and frees the rest of the league and the two teams square off. Green Lantern warns them that Grodd has been manipulating them against one another. Flash asks what they can do against his influence. Lantern's response: "We get over it, that's how!" Big Fight, Good Guys Win. .....WHAT?!
That has to be some of the laziest writing I have seen in this show's run so far! 'Get over it?!' Ridiculous!
Revised speech off the top of my head 10 min after seeing this episode: Green Lantern: "We remember why we trust one another, we remember what drives us. We are the ones who help people and we do it together!"
Maybe a little cheesy, but so much better than "we get over it!"
This episode started out so well and it doesn't completely flop, but I think it could have been so much better.