Batman: The Brave and the Bold
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Triumvirate of Terror! - S3-E8

Continuity mistake: Cheetah smashes Superman into a bronze colored statue that has a large sphere of the same color held up by it. He falls and it falls on top of him, breaking into little pieces. The pieces are still the bronze brown color. When she picks him up and throws him at the miniature city of Kandor, the pieces are suddenly gray. (00:13:25)

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The Scorn of the Star Sapphire! - S3-E5

Continuity mistake: After changing it into jet mode, Hal takes the Batmobile and flies it through a large cluster of clouds. The shot then changes to a frontal view of the vehicle and suddenly the sky below it has barely any clouds at all. (00:05:15)

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Triumvirate of Terror! - S3-E8

Continuity mistake: Cheetah throws Superman across the ground and he comes to a stop with his head lying back on some rocks and ice, but still lying back. The shot cuts to behind him and suddenly his head is sitting up straight. (00:13:40)

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The Scorn of the Star Sapphire! - S3-E5

Trivia: After freeing Miss Taylor from the grip of Star Sapphire, Green Lantern encases her in a green energy box and flies her away. The box is shaped almost exactly like a shuttle craft from Star Trek. (00:15:50)

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Mitefall! - S3-E13

Trivia: Ambush Bug goes up to Aquaman and says that he can't believe that he's actually talking to Ted McGinley. Aquaman asks who Ted McGinley is with Ambush Bug saying that he's the greatest actor ever. Aquaman was voiced by Ted McGinley and even broke character by talking in his own voice.


The Scorn of the Star Sapphire! - S3-E5

Question: Star Sapphire was given a red ring by some aliens and has powers similar to Green Lantern's. Is this supposed to be like the power of will that is green, but the power of another emotion but red? Or is it something else?

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Chosen answer: The rings represent what is called the "Emotional Spectrum". Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, and Violet. Where Green is the representation of will, the Star Sapphires are given violet rings, which represent the emotion of love.

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The Scorn of the Star Sapphire! - S3-E5

Question: It was said in another answer that the ring Star Sapphire has uses the power of love, which makes sense in this episode as her human from, Carrol, is in love with Hal Jordan. However, when Star Sapphire takes over and replaces Carrol's mind, she demonstrates nothing but hate and anger towards Hal Jordan/Green Lantern. So how can she use her powers with the opposite emotions?

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Chosen answer: The Star Sapphires are agents of the Zamarons, the female species of the Guardians of the Universe, they are enemies of the Green Lanterns, which is why Carol has anger toward Hal. It should also be mentioned that the further a ring is from the center of the "The Emotional Spectrum", the more control the ring has over the user.

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