According to today's update of COMICS CONTINUUM, which is very reliable: http://www.comicscontinuum.com/stories/0603/28/index.htm Free plug; ULTIMATE AVENGERS is worth watching. I found it quite entertaining. Also note that all of these episodes are already at least 2 months old overseas and probably older. These are also the last two "regular" episodes of JLU before their 2-part series finale, which presumably may air in May (unless CN decides to drag its heels again, which is very possible). Doesn't that screenshot make anyone else hungry for the LOSH? No, me neither. They're a corny, outdated premise in a universe full of them. "Lightening Lad"? I tremble with fear. The only bit about the LOSH that I care for is that for once, it is an alternate future that is neither grim nor apocalyptic, but a more hopeful, optimistic one where the legacy of today's DC heroes are still being felt into the future. But, the last appearence by LOSH members was in the Superman animated series, "New Kids in Town", which was simply an excellent episode, so I'll researve some judgement. I wonder if Superman's legacy will still be mentioned as the reason the LOSH was founded, as was mentioned in "NKIT". "Far From Home" was written by Paul Dini, co-founder of the "Timmverse" due to his work on B:TAS who is agrueably past his prime (his more recent episodes, "The Little Piggy" and "Tough as Nails" from STATIC SHOCK were hardly instant classics) and once again stars Supergirl, who I am just about tired of at this point (but also is creditted with appearences by Superman and Green Lantern, as well as the above featured LOSH members and the "Fatal Five"). Plus, JLU's managed to make me care about forgotten, obscure heroes before within the span of a single episode ("The Greatest Story Never Told", and amazingly, Booster Gold has never spoken since!), so it could actually be good. Expect some humor, though. "Ancient History" should also have GL and Shayera and may at least put the "triangle" to rest. Hopefully, since this is the end of the series (save for at least one DTV, which seems inevitable, if even Superman is getting one some 6 years after his show was canned due to SUPERMAN RETURNS film). Honestly I wasn't thrilled by Hawkman in "Shadow of the Hawk", which despite that episode airing some SIX MONTHS AGO was actually part of this season, but, I have faith in Johns. Hawkman's just become such an ungodly conveluted character that much of his panel time seems to be spent with explaining crap than anything else; with his origin given, we may get some genuine mace-smashing. But, the good news is that JLU will be returning in the forseeable future to wrap up it's historic run. Even if some episodes have quibbles (or outright blunders), JLU is still one of the best cartoons on TV right now and it seriously deserves better treatment than it has gotten from CN.