The title of every episode and short is styled as a social media hashtag.
|First aired||Last aired|
|Theatrical short||July 27, 2018|
|Shorts||52||January 17, 2019||TBA|
|1||52||March 8, 2019||December 27, 2020|
Theatrical short (2018)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Storyboard by||Original release date|
|"#TheLateBatsby"||Lauren Faust and Jennifer Kluska||Story by : Lauren Faust|
Screenplay by : Lauren Faust and M.A. Larson
|Paul Rudish, John Sanford, and Bruce Smith||July 27, 2018 (theatrical) |
January 10, 2019 (online)
Before showing the short #TheLateBatsby he shows us the logo of Warner Bros Animation and appears Daffy Duck leaving the logo doing mischief with the logo until it crashes against the fourth wall and Porky Pig comes out and takes it to daffy on the neck and closes the logo at the end.
Batgirl is annoyed when her friends, Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Zatanna, Green Lantern (Jessica Cruz), and Bumblebee, face the villain Mr. Freeze without her. So she has to wait for her father, Commissioner Jim Gordon, to fall asleep so she can sneak out of the house and join the fight.This short was included with the theatrical release of Teen Titans Go! To the Movies before being released online, and it follows the same premise as the Super Best Friends Forever animated short "Time Waits for No Girl", which was part of the DC Nation Shorts block on Cartoon Network in 2012.
Super Shorts (2019–20)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Storyboard by||Original release date|
|1||1||"#SuperSleeper"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : John K. Lei||John K. Lei||January 17, 2019(online)|
|After discovering that Supergirl flies in her sleep, Batgirl runs herself ragged chasing her across the city to keep her out of trouble.|
|2||2||"#BatCatcher"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Craig Young||José Pou||January��24, 2019(online)|
|Batgirl sees what she thinks is the Bat-Signal and gets ready to prove her worth as a sidekick to Batman. When it turns out to be the shadow of an actual bat in her room, though, she flies into a terrified panic trying to chase it out.|
|3||3||"#HamsterConQueso"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Ryan Hanson||Rachel Peters||January 31, 2019(online)|
|Tasked with looking after the school's hamster mascot for the weekend, Batgirl has her hands full trying to stop it from ruining a health inspection at the Burrito Bucket restaurant where she works.|
|4||4||"#HashtagFrownyFace"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : John K. Lei||John K. Lei||February 7, 2019(online)|
|Batgirl's overuse of emojis while texting leaves Wonder Woman, Bumblebee, and Green Lantern (Jessica Cruz) in a misunderstanding when she tries to call for their help in battling Poison Ivy.|
|5||5||"#StreetStyle"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Jennilee Murray||Agnes Salek||February 14, 2019(online)|
|Supergirl puts on a new dress for picture day at school, only to shred it piece by piece as she deals with a string of emergencies on her way to class.|
|6||6||"#BatAndSwitch"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : José Pou||Agnes Salek||February 21, 2019(online)|
|Zatanna's spell to help Batgirl and Commissioner Gordon better understand each other backfires, causing Batgirl to switch bodies with people all over Metropolis.|
|7||7||"#PlightOfTheBumblebee"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Jennilee Murray||Agnes Salek||February 28, 2019(online)|
|A malfunction in Bumblebee's suit leaves her scrambling to get to class on time so she can keep up her perfect attendance record.|
|8||8||"#FaultyPowers"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Lucas Armstrong||Ian Cherry||March 7, 2019(online)|
|A string of gadget design failures pushes Batgirl to the brink of giving up crime-fighting.|
|9||9||"#PackBat"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Spencer Moreland||Ian Cherry||March 14, 2019(online)|
|Green Lantern (Jessica Cruz) and Wonder Woman try to persuade Batgirl to clean up the hideout before her collection of gadgets and junk completely fills it.|
|10||10||"#Buzzkill"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Lucas Armstrong||Ian Cherry||March 21, 2019(online)|
|As hall monitor, Bumblebee goes head-to-head with the cocky Green Lantern (Hal Jordan) to get him to obey the rules.|
|11||11||"#GoFish"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Lucas Armstrong||Ian Cherry||March 28, 2019(online)|
|Aqualad buys a pet goldfish to give to Bumblebee for her birthday, but one mishap after another sends him scrambling across Metropolis to deliver it intact.|
|12||12||"#KaraCare"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Jamie Gallant||Ian Cherry||April 4, 2019(online)|
|Weakened by overexposure to kryptonite, Supergirl relies on Wonder Woman to nurse her back to health, but soon starts to take advantage of being waited on hand and foot.|
|13||13||"#SpeedyDelivery"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Lucas Armstrong||Agnes Salek||April 11, 2019(online)|
|The Flash encounters repeated distractions while trying to deliver a cake to a party across town within 10 minutes.|
|14||14||"#TacoTuesday"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Lucas Armstrong||John K. Lei||April 18, 2019(online)|
|After Bumblebee gets the last taco at lunch, Giganta chases her all over the school to take it for herself.|
|15||15||"#SilverScream"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Craig Young||Agnes Salek||April 25, 2019(online)|
|Rude and annoying theater audience members drive Supergirl crazy as she tries to watch a horror movie.|
|16||16||"#PrizeFighter"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Craig Young||Agnes Salek||May 2, 2019(online)|
|At the amusement park arcade, Supergirl finds a basketball game much more challenging than she expected, while Batgirl wins prize after prize at the whack-a-mole game and Wonder Woman becomes obsessed with a fortune-telling machine.|
|17||17||"#HardRock"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Craig Young||Rachel Peters||May 9, 2019(online)|
|While attending a rock concert with Supergirl, Wonder Woman mistakes a mosh pit for a mass demonic possession and gets carried away trying to knock some sense into the crowd.|
|18||18||"#PictureDaze"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Jennilee Murray||John K. Lei||May 16, 2019(online)|
|Star Sapphire becomes convinced that Green Lantern (Jessica Cruz) is trying to steal Green Lantern (Hal Jordan)'s affections and starts a brawl with her during school picture day, with Green Lantern (Hal Jordan) caught in the middle.|
|19||19||"#LetThemEatPie"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Lucas Armstrong||Agnes Salek||May 23, 2019(online)|
|As Wonder Woman faces Giganta and the Flash in a pie-eating contest, the taste of pumpkin pie wakes up her drive to win.|
|20||20||"#WasabiWar"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Mathieu Hains||John K. Lei||May 30, 2019(online)|
|Zatanna gets a dinner reservation for herself and Supergirl at an exclusive sushi restaurant, but the meal falls victim to Supergirl's dislike of Japanese cuisine and a miscast spell that turns the food into a city-wrecking monster.|
|21||21||"#RemoteUncontrolled"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Jennilee Murray||John Lei||June 6, 2019(online)|
|An argument between Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn over what to watch on television turns into a brawl that destroys their living room.|
|22||22||"#TheSlowAndTheFurious"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Lucas Armstrong||Ian Cherry||June 13, 2019(online)|
|Green Lantern (Jessica Cruz) gets to use her mother's van for the week, but struggles to keep it and her nerves intact while driving her friends around town.|
|23||23||"#BigScreenBully"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Lucas Armstrong||Ian Cherry||June 20, 2019(online)|
|Bumblebee suits up to even the score against Giganta after having her night at the movies ruined.|
|24||24||"#EqualTights"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Ryan Hanson||Ian Cherry||June 27, 2019(online)|
|Green Lantern (Hal Jordan)'s attempts to impress Superman with his heroics do more harm than good, prompting Superman to think up a scheme to get him out of the way.|
|25||25||"#DyeHarder"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Craig Young||John K. Lei||July 4, 2019(online)|
|Zatanna's favorite stylist faces the biggest challenge of her career when she has to work on Supergirl's incredibly tough hair.|
|26||26||"#LostAndFound"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Ryan Hansen||Agnes Salek||July 11, 2019(online)|
|When Wonder Woman misplaces her Lasso of Truth, Harley Quinn finds it and causes mayhem all over the city by forcing people to reveal their most embarrassing secrets.|
|27||27||"#StainedFighter"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Craig Young||Steve Stefanelli||July 18, 2019(online)|
|A monster attacks while Supergirl is washing her costume, forcing her to improvise so she can keep her civilian identity a secret.|
|28||28||"#CruzControl"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Jennilee Murray||John K. Lei||July 25, 2019(online)|
|On her way to school for picture day, Green Lantern (Jessica Cruz) is repeatedly distracted by people who fail to dispose of their trash and recyclables properly.|
|29||29||"#BabsGirl"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Jamie Gallant||Naz Naqvi||August 1, 2019(online)|
|Finding herself without her suit or gadgets, Batgirl improvises in order to stop a pair of graffiti-painting vandals.|
|30||30||"#AdBlockers"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Ryan Hanson||Agnes Salek||August 8, 2019(online)|
|Zatanna and Green Arrow get so caught up in sabotaging the advertisements for each other's shows that they forget to put on the actual performances.|
|31||31||"#ArtificialIntelligence"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Craig Young||Agnes Salek||August 15, 2019(online)|
|After accidentally injecting herself with a serum that boosts her intelligence instead of her strength, Giganta devises an intricate plot to take down all of the Super Hero Girls at once.|
|32||32||"#AsteroidBelter"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Ryan Hanson||Ian Cherry||August 22, 2019(online)|
|Green Lantern (Hal Jordan)'s obsession with making the perfect hot dog drives Green Lantern (Jessica Cruz) crazy as the two race to stop an asteroid from destroying Metropolis.|
|33||33||"#CandyCrushed"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Craig Young||Rachel Peters||August 29, 2019(online)|
|Giganta and Livewire fight over the last candy bar in the school cafeteria's vending machine, only for Catwoman to steal it from both of them.|
|34||34||"#VanityInsanity"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Jennilee Murray||Ian Cherry||September 5, 2019(online)|
|Zatanna's determination to look perfect for school picture day causes havoc for all the students.|
|35||35||"#PhotoOops"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Ian Cherry||Ian Cherry||September 12, 2019(online)|
|Jimmy Olsen tries to get heroic action photos of the girls for the school newspaper, but fails time after time.|
|36||36||"#Vegecide"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Spencer Moreland||Rachel Peters||September 19, 2019(online)|
|When Poison Ivy unleashes her wrath against a vegan restaurant, Green Lantern (Jessica Cruz) has to suit up and fight off the crazed plants and vegetables.|
|37||37||"#StressTest"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : José Pou||John K. Lei||September 26, 2019(online)|
|Batgirl has to figure out a way to sneak out of her history test so she can join the other girls' fight against a supervillain.|
|38||38||"#Booked"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Lucas Armstrong||John K. Lei||October 3, 2019(online)|
|Supergirl is desperate to go to a concert, but she runs into one aggravation after another as she serves detention by re-shelving books in the school library.|
|39||39||"#ComicGone"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Craig Young||Agnes Salek||October 17, 2019(online)|
|Following a disagreement between their civilian selves over which of them should have a rare comic book, Batgirl and Harley Quinn get into an after-hours brawl to claim it.|
|40||40||"#SoulTaken"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : José Pou||José Pou||October 31, 2019(online)|
|Katana's nightly crime-fighting takes a strange turn when Harley Quinn steals her sword and runs wild with it through the Metropolis Pier amusement park.|
|41||41||"#ToughCrowd"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Lucas Armstrong||Agnes Salek||November 14, 2019(online)|
|Zatanna struggles to hold her audience's attention as she puts on a magic show in the park.|
|42||42||"#BoothBoot"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Lucas Armstrong||Ian Cherry||November 28, 2019(online)|
|Before Batgirl can retrieve her newest invention from the girls' hideout and go after Harley Quinn, she has to deal with three elderly women sitting in the booth at Sweet Justice that hides the secret entrance.|
|43||43||"#SofaSoGood"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Ian Cherry||Ian Cherry||December 3, 2019(online)|
|Batgirl and Bumblebee run into one problem after another while trying to carry a discarded sofa across town and into the hideout.|
|44||44||"#TheBeeStandsAlone"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Agnes Salek||Agnes Salek||December 3, 2019(online)|
|After Bumblebee's teammates are knocked out in a dodgeball game during gym class, she has to face a team of Metropolis High's worst bullies on her own.|
|45||45||"#VeggieBurritoBucket"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Steve Stefanelli||Agnes Salek||December 3, 2019(online)|
|Green Lantern (Jessica Cruz) finds herself caught between her loyalty to a friend and her own distaste for meat while covering a shift at the Burrito Bucket for an ailing Batgirl.|
|46||46||"#SuckerPunch"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Craig Young||John K. Lei||January 9, 2020(online)|
|Batgirl resorts to extreme measures, including a little help from Supergirl, to win a plush bat toy in a punching game at the Metropolis Pier.|
|47||47||"#PurseScratcher"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Steve Stefanelli||John K. Lei||January 24, 2020(online)|
|Catwoman's attempt to steal an expensive handbag turns into a wild fight when the Cheetah tries to take it for herself.|
|48||48||"#StarStruck"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : José Pou||John K. Lei||February 6, 2020(online)|
Star Sapphire returns to Metropolis High for revenge against Green Lantern (Hal Jordan) during the homecoming football game, with Lois Lane and Jimmy Olsen caught in the crossfire.This short is a follow-up to the episode "#HateTriangle".
|49||49||"#FlashForwardFlashback"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Josh Stafford||Ian Cherry||February 20, 2020(online)|
|The Flash races back and forth across Metropolis to deal with one emergency after another while trying to get to class on time.|
|50||50||"#ShellShock"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Agnes Salek||Agnes Salek||March 5, 2020(online)|
|A school assignment to protect an egg overnight sends Supergirl on a mad dash across Metropolis and pits her against a flock of angry chickens.|
|51||51||"#TheCommute"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Jamie Gallant||Ian Cherry||March 19, 2020(online)|
|Batgirl is eager to respond to a fire at the Metropolis Pier, but a flat tire on her scooter forces her to take the bus instead.|
|52||52||"#AbraKachoo"||Steve Stefanelli||Story by : Lucas Armstrong||TBA||TBA|
|When Zatanna gets a cold, her sneezing sets off uncontrollable magic bursts all over the school.|
DC FanDome shorts (2020)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Storyboard by||Original release date|
|"Babs' Vlog"||TBA||TBA||TBA||September 12, 2020(online)|
|Karen helps Babs prepare to record her first vlog, but a few technical difficulties get in the way – starting with a missing camera.|
|"Lairs"||TBA||TBA||TBA||September 12, 2020(online)|
|Jessica interviews Kara for the school newspaper and gets a few not-entirely-truthful answers to her questions.|
Season 1 (2019–20)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Storyboard by||Original release date||Prod.|
|"#SweetJustice"||Noëlle Raffaele and John Sanford||Lauren Faust and M.A. Larson||Régis Camargo, Jackie Cole, Erin Kavanagh, Maha Tabikh, and Natalie Wetzig||March 8, 2019||106||0.54|
|Noëlle Raffaele||Lauren Faust and M.A. Larson||Heejung Lim, Maha Tabikh, and Natalie Wetzig||March 8, 2019||107||0.54|
|Noëlle Raffaele||Lauren Faust and M.A. Larson||Kai Akira, Régis Camargo, Erin Kavanagh, and Maha Tabikh||March 8, 2019||108||0.54|
|Noëlle Raffaele and John Sanford||Lauren Faust and M.A. Larson||Régis Camargo, Jackie Cole, Heejung Lim, Doug Lovelace, Jennifer Shang, and Natalie Wetzig||March 8, 2019||109||0.54|
|On her first day as a new student at Metropolis High School, Barbara Gordon begins to suspect that some of the students possess superpowers. She starts a cafeteria-wide food fight that lands her and four other students, Karen Beecher, Jessica Cruz, Kara Danvers, and Zee Zatara, in detention. They are soon joined by a sixth girl who has been picked up by a truant officer. She reveals herself as Wonder Woman, and the others expose their extraordinary abilities as they argue and fight, confirming Barbara's suspicions. Wonder Woman offers to train them as heroes; in return, they show her how to act like a typical teenager and give her the civilian name "Diana Prince", and they take on the hero names of Batgirl, Bumblebee, Green Lantern, Supergirl, and Zatanna. Squads of robots owned by Lex Luthor begin to demolish businesses all over Metropolis, and the six heroes' attempt to stop them results in the destruction of Sweet Justice, an ice cream parlor and popular teen hangout, and the end of their new friendship. Wonder Woman's overprotective mother, Queen Hippolyta, arrives to take her home to the Amazons' island of Themyscira as punishment for sneaking away, but Batgirl persuades the other four to help bring her back to Metropolis so she can fulfill her dream of protecting the world of man. The six confront Luthor's robots at the Metropolis Pier amusement park, but discover that his younger sister Lena has commandeered them in a plot to keep teenagers from having any fun. The heroes destroy Lena's command robot, ending her scheme and earning praise from the public, and renew their friendship. Three months later, Sweet Justice has been rebuilt and Barbara shows off a subterranean command center she has set up underneath it for the team's use. Dubbing themselves the "Super Hero Girls", they dedicate their efforts to keeping Metropolis safe from evil.|
|5||5||"#AdventuresInBunnysitting"||John Sanford||M.A. Larson||John D. Anderson||March 17, 2019||101||0.40|
|Zatanna leaves her two magic rabbits in Supergirl's care for the afternoon, but warns her to keep them separated at all times. When Supergirl ignores the warning and lets them out of their cages, they magically reproduce so quickly that they threaten to overrun all of Metropolis. Zatanna berates Supergirl for her carelessness, explaining that the two rabbits' love for each other allows them to reproduce when brought together. The two girls are unable to keep up with the stampede, and a hate spell cast by Zatanna only causes the rabbits to merge into a giant monster that swallows Supergirl whole. However, she breaks free with the original two rabbits and reluctantly pulls them apart, causing the others to disappear. Later, Zatanna again leaves them with Supergirl, who secretly promises to let them out.|
|6||6||"#HateTriangle"||John Sanford||M.A. Larson||Jackie Cole||March 24, 2019||102||0.41|
|Just before Metropolis High's latest football game, Hal Jordan's ex-girlfriend Carol Ferris arrives on campus as a cheerleader for the rival team. Carol is still furious at Hal for the way he broke up with her, and she manifests her powers as Star Sapphire and targets both him and Jessica, thinking mistakenly that Jessica stole him from her. Without using her own powers in aggression, Jessica shows Carol the truth, convinces her of Hal's flaws, and tells her that she needs to love herself first. Carol leaves, but vows to make Hal worthy of her love one day.|
|7||7||"#BurritoBucket"||John Sanford||Emily Brundige||Sabrina Alberghetti, John D. Anderson, Erin Kavanagh, and Maha Tabikh||March 31, 2019||103||0.40|
|Barbara enjoys her job at the Burrito Bucket restaurant, but she has been late so many times that her boss, Shane O'Shaughnessy, is ready to fire her if she makes one more mistake. When she spots a bank robbery in progress across the street, she invents one excuse after another to ask Shane for time off so she can suit up as Batgirl and stop the criminals. However, she keeps running out of time before she can end the robbery, and even her emergency call to the Flash proves no help. Shane eventually fires Barbara for failing to complete a large order of burritos, but when the robbers target the Burrito Bucket, she creates a new superhero identity - the "Burrito Bucketeer" - and defeats them. Grudgingly, Shane re-hires her and names her "Employee of the Night".|
|8||8||"#MeetTheCheetah"||Noëlle Raffaele||M.A. Larson||Brianne Drouhard and Natalie Wetzig||April 7, 2019||104||0.45|
|Fed up with being constantly upstaged by Diana in every aspect of school life, Barbie Minerva steals a golden cat idol from her father's collection and tries to put a curse on Diana. The girls find that someone has shredded Diana's decorations for a school dance, assume their hero identities, and split up to search the school. One after another is incapacitated by an attacker with superhuman speed and agility, and Wonder Woman - the last one standing - finds it to be a cheetah-like creature, who transforms into Barbie after being knocked out. Barbie admits that she "created" the creature in question out of jealousy toward Diana, who advises her not to compare her successes to those of others. After Diana leaves, though, Barbie revels in the powers granted to her by the cat idol and vows revenge, adopting the supervillain identity of the Cheetah.|
|9||9||"#Beeline"||Noëlle Raffaele||Rachel Vine||Sabrina Alberghetti and Heejung Lim||May 12, 2019||105||0.36|
|The girls scramble to catch the last ferry home in the evening, but Karen misses it because she is too scared to jump aboard as it pulls away from the dock. As she walks home, moping over her lack of confidence, she stumbles across a plot by a team of villains which includes Star Sapphire, Catwoman, Livewire, Poison Ivy and Giganta (led by the crazed prankster Harley Quinn) to blow up the bridge across the bay. She tries to enlist the help of one friend after another, but fails for a variety of reasons and has no choice but to confront the villains alone as Bumblebee. She faces her fear and attacks Harley, destroying her detonator, and the other heroes soon arrive. Wonder Woman congratulates Bumblebee for showing real courage before the team fights the villains.|
|10||10||"#SuperWho?"||Noëlle Raffaele||Rachel Vine||Jennifer Shang||May 19, 2019||110||0.33|
|Tired of constantly seeing coverage of Superman's heroics in the Metropolis press, Supergirl tries to draw attention to her own prowess. For every feat of heroism she commits, though, Superman overshadows her with a greater one. An argument between the two degenerates into a midair fight that releases a spill of toxic waste; this in turn forms into a corrosive slime monster that begins to rampage through the streets. Superman flies in to confront it, but Bumblebee warns Supergirl that the slime will destroy the city if any of it splashes onto people or buildings. Just before Superman can land a punch, Supergirl lifts the monster into outer space and blasts it with her heat vision to destroy it safely. Superman gets the public credit for saving the day, but Supergirl's friends congratulate her for putting the city's safety ahead of her own ego.|
|11||11||"#ShockItToMe"||Noëlle Raffaele||Ryan Faust||Jackie Cole||May 26, 2019||111||0.26|
|Lois Lane turns down Leslie Willis' suggestion to add a gossip column to the school newspaper, saying that it is too mean-spirited. With the help of her electrical powers, Leslie begins to play embarrassing pranks on other students and posts the resulting videos/pictures to her social media account, gaining a large following. Instead of heeding Wonder Woman's plea to stop, she adopts the supervillain identity of Livewire and defeats each of the others in humiliating ways. Livewire challenges them to face her in front of all her followers, then blasts Wonder Woman with electricity when she is the only one not ashamed to accept the challenge. The others overcome their embarrassment and rush in to protect her, and Livewire's followers mock and desert her in light of her brutality and the sudden loss of her powers in a citywide blackout.|
|12||12||"#SheMightBeGiant"||Jennifer Kluska and John Sanford||Emily Brundige||Erin Kavanagh||June 2, 2019||112||0.21|
|Karen is a favorite target of school bullies Doris Zeul and Leslie Willis due to her small stature. To boost the effects of her weightlifting, Doris injects herself with a serum stolen from her parents' lab, which allows her to transform into the hulking and muscle-bound Giganta when she gets angry. Karen shows her friends an upgrade to her battle armor, but its new growth function fails and causes her to shrink instead. She, Batgirl, Supergirl, and Wonder Woman find Giganta tearing up the mall, where she easily holds off the other three as Karen suits up and frantically tries to fix her armor. The growth feature malfunctions again, but Bumblebee uses her tiny size to harass Giganta and trick her into knocking herself out. The next day at school, Karen shows off new confidence in standing up to Doris and Leslie.|
|13||13||"#FightAtTheMuseum"||Noëlle Raffaele||Patrick Rieger||Natalie Wetzig||June 9, 2019||119||0.44|
|Supergirl has been relying on sheer strength to defeat enemies by herself, annoying the others. Wonder Woman tries to explain the importance of strategy and teamwork, but Supergirl ignores her. When the master thief Catwoman breaks into a science museum, Supergirl learns of it first due to her enhanced hearing and goes in alone. Catwoman taunts her during a chase all over the museum, then drains her powers with a chunk of kryptonite and escapes with a collection of outer-space gems and jewelry. Remembering Wonder Woman's advice, Supergirl flicks a dropped pearl across the floor, setting off a chain reaction among the exhibits that knocks her phone into reach so she can call the others. All six heroes confront Catwoman, who drops the gems and flees, angry over her failed attempt to manipulate Supergirl.|
|14||14||"#FromBatToWorse"||Jennifer Kluska and John Sanford||Patrick Rieger||Heejung Lim||July 29, 2019[nb 1]||121||0.41|
|Bored with life in the Metropolis suburbs, Barbara intercepts a call from Batman to her father, Commissioner Jim Gordon, about a criminal attacking a pesticide plant. Eager for excitement and determined to prove herself a worthy sidekick, she suits up as Batgirl and sneaks out of the house to face the villain, but has to keep from being spotted by her father as both make their way to the scene. The villain proves to be Poison Ivy, who intends to use an army of plants to wipe out the human population of Metropolis. Batgirl defeats her before Batman can arrive, and Mr. Gordon comments that she would make a far better sidekick for Batman than Robin, without realizing that she is actually his daughter. Poison Ivy escapes, but the Gordons settle in at home for a movie night.|
|15||15||"#CrushingIt"||Natalie Wetzig||G.M. Berrow||Jackie Cole||July 29, 2019[nb 1]||113||0.41|
|When Diana first arrived in Metropolis from Themyscira, she became smitten with a boy named Steve Trevor. Steve enrolls at Metropolis High School after being rejected by a military academy, and Diana's infatuation with him causes problems in her academic and extracurricular activities all week long. Over the weekend, the other girls try and fail to get her mind off Steve as he appears everywhere they are, then make a plan to get rid of him for good. Bumblebee, Green Lantern, Supergirl, and Zatanna prepare to launch a surprise attack on Steve, but Batgirl heads them off by hacking into the military academy's computer system and getting him admitted. Diana returns to her old self once he leaves Metropolis High, but tapes his picture inside her locker.|
|16||16||"#MisgivingTree"||Juston Gordon-Montgomery and John Sanford||Emily Brundige||Erin Kavanagh, Heejung Lim, Jennifer Shang, and Maha Tabikh||July 30, 2019[nb 1]||114||0.39|
|Jessica notices a girl named Pamela Isley eating lunch by herself one day at school and decides to befriend her, over the other girls' objections. One attempt after another fails until Pamela learns of Jessica's plan to protest the removal of a 300-year-old oak tree for a construction project. The two chain themselves to the tree overnight, and Pamela bitterly tells Jessica the story of how it provided shelter for forest creatures until humans built Metropolis and drove them all away. She manifests her powers as Poison Ivy to stop the construction crew from cutting it down, while Jessica becomes Green Lantern to protect them from her plant attacks but accidentally destroys the tree. Afterwards, Jessica and Pamela - neither one aware of the other's superpowered identity - find an acorn from the tree and plant it together.|
|17||17||"#IllusionsOfGrandeur"||Noëlle Raffaele||Cindy Morrow||Régis Camargo, Jackie Cole, and Erin Kavanagh||July 31, 2019[nb 2]||115||0.36|
|Tired of never receiving top billing in the magic shows put on by her father, John Zatara, Zee decides to present an act of her own on the Metropolis Pier with Karen's help. However, the crowd pays more attention to a rival magician and denounces her spells as fake. Zee angrily casts a spell to sabotage his act, inadvertently turning a tattoo on his chest into a horde of gremlins that begin to cause havoc all over the pier. Karen and Zee suit up as Bumblebee and Zatanna, but have little success in stopping the gremlins until Bumblebee realizes that they just want to entertain themselves. The two girls resume their civilian identities to do a magic show for them, culminating in a disappearing trick that makes all the gremlins vanish. Even though the crowd still sees Zee as a fake, Karen reassures her that she can become a great magician someday if she continues to practice her craft. The two head home, not realizing that a couple of gremlins have stowed away in Zee's trunk.|
|18||18||"#BeastsInShow"||Natalie Wetzig||M.A. Larson||Jackie Cole, Erin Kavanagh, Heejung Lim, and Mariah-Rose McClaren||August 1, 2019[nb 2]||116||0.34|
|Barbara and Kara get into an argument over whose dog is better - Ace, a highly disciplined, retired police dog who is now Barbara's pet; or Kara's dog Krypto, who has powers similar to hers. They decide to settle the issue by entering the Metropolis Kennel Club Dog Show, where Ace and Krypto trade victories in one event after another. Elsewhere in Metropolis, Harley Quinn's crazed spotted hyenas Lucy and Ethel escape during a walk and begin chasing a cat across the city, arriving at the dog show just as the final event begins. Ace and Krypto combine their abilities to take down the beasts and throw them out of the arena. Barbara and Kara are both sure their dogs will win Best in Show, but are outraged when the award goes to a dancing Pomeranian dog instead. Afterward, they admit their respect for each other's dogs as the animals play in the park and chase the cat through the streets.|
|19||19||"#GothamCon"||Juston Gordon-Montgomery and John Sanford||Tim Sheridan||Erin Kavanagh and Vaughn Tada||August 2, 2019[nb 2]||443||0.36|
|Barbara travels to Gotham City to attend the Annual Convention of Gotham City Enthusiasts with Harleen Quinzel, her best friend from her time living there. The event's special guest turns out to be Robin, who ruthlessly mocks Barbara for her admiration of Batman, and Harleen sneaks out to suit up as Harley Quinn and attack him. Barbara suits up as Batgirl and fights Harley all day long to keep Robin safe, neither girl aware of the other's civilian identity. Barbara's joy at seeing Robin still alive after apparently being crushed by a steamroller, despite his bad treatment of her, reminds Harleen that she (as Harley) has planted a bomb under his chair at the judges' table in the cosplay contest. Batgirl and Harley team up to extinguish the bomb and save Robin; afterward, as Barbara heads back to Metropolis, Harleen gives her an autographed picture of him, obtained by cornering him in an alley.|
|"#DCSuperHeroBoys"||Natalie Wetzig||Tim Sheridan||Jackie Cole and Diana Kidlaied||September 7, 2019||435||0.31|
|While investigating the appearance of strange graffiti at sites all over Metropolis, the girls run across a second group of heroes looking into the matter as well. This team, the Invinci-Bros, consists of Aqualad, the Flash, Green Arrow, Green Lantern Hal Jordan, and Hawkman; their leader is Steve Trevor, on whom Wonder Woman still has a crush. The Bros and the girls race to reach the next expected site, but find the graffiti appearing by itself and acting as a signal to open a dimensional portal. Three evil Kryptonian prisoners emerge - Ursa, Non, and General Zod, who had been locked away by Supergirl's mother just before Krypton exploded. The villains overpower both teams and threaten to crush a bus filled with passengers unless Superman surrenders himself to them. Hal sends Steve off to get donuts, snapping Wonder Woman out of her love haze and sparking her to organize an offensive. The heroes keep the villains distracted long enough to drain their powers with a chunk of kryptonite (retrieved from the museum by Bumblebee and Hawkman) and drive Ursa and Non back through the portal. Zod resists its effects however, but Supergirl breaks a fire hydrant so that Aqualad can direct its water to force him back into the portal for good. Afterward, the Bros credit Steve with saving the day, since his departure allowed Wonder Woman to think straight - to most of the girls' annoyance.|
|"#Frenemies"||Juston Gordon-Montgomery||Tim McKeon||Erin Kavanagh and Jennifer Shang||October 11, 2019||441||0.37|
|While the girls are battling Starro, Batgirl learns that Harleen Quinzel is moving to Metropolis from Gotham City. The other five find Harleen's pranks and behaviour to be insufferably annoying on their first meeting, but struggle to put up with her antics for their friend's sake. Barbara finally learns their opinions by using Diana's Lasso of Truth on them and tearfully storms away, ready to give up on their friendship. Meanwhile, Harleen befriends Selina Kyle, Pamela, Carol, Doris, and Leslie, and the five prepare for a spree of vandalism. Barbara is disappointed that Harleen wants to hang out with them instead of her; after she leaves, the six assume their villain identities (with Selina becoming Catwoman) and begin committing crimes all over Metropolis. The other five hero girls rush to stop them, but Harley Quinn's antics distract them so the villains can gain the upper hand. A talk with Barry Allen at the Sweet Justice ice cream shop makes Barbara realize that she and Harleen can have separate circles of friends and still remain on good terms with each other. She calls Harley to explain the situation, distracting her long enough for Barbara to suit up as Batgirl and join the fight. The villains flee the scene as the police arrive, and the six heroes apologize to one another and promise to stick together against these threats. Later, Barbara and Harleen notice each other's fresh injuries (sustained in the fight), but quickly dismiss their suspicions in favor of hanging out at a comic shop.|
|"#SoulSisters"||Noëlle Raffaele||Ben Joseph||Erin Kavanagh and Heejung Lim||October 25, 2019||444||0.41|
|Diana, the most skilled member of the Metropolis High School fencing club, is delighted to meet a new student who shares her proficiency. This girl is Tatsu Yamashiro, from Japan, and the two quickly bond over their enjoyment of training and exercising. The other girls are put off by Tatsu's stoic demeanor, and she and Diana privately admit to each other that they sometimes feel out of place in Metropolis. That night, the other five heroes respond to a jewelry store robbery but soon find Catwoman and several other villains lying comatose on the ground, their souls removed from their bodies. After sneaking the villains into Batgirl's bedroom, they call Diana away from her late-night fencing practice with Tatsu. All six heroes begin searching the city, but are confronted by the masked vigilante Katana, who has trapped the villains' souls within the sword she carries. She easily counters their attacks and traps the souls of all but Wonder Woman, who escapes but blames herself for leading her friends into this disaster. While researching the sword's power at the library the next day, Diana happens across Tatsu and realizes that she is Katana. The two fight within the library, then suit up outside it to continue their battle. Katana attacked the heroes because they were interfering with her mission to punish evildoers, but Wonder Woman insists that a hero's job is to protect rather than punish. Katana spots a man trying to force open a car door and strikes, taking him for a thief, but Wonder Woman throws herself in the path of the attack and loses her soul. Katana learns, to her shock and dismay, that the man had only locked himself out of his own car and had no evil intentions. She performs a ritual to release all the souls she has captured, heroes and villains alike, and Wonder Woman offers to help her find a new way to use her skills as a true hero.|
|26||26||"#Abracadabrapalooza"||Natalie Wetzig||Emily Brundige and M.A. Larson||Jackie Cole||November 30, 2019[nb 3]||117||0.29|
|While helping Zee get ready for a performance, Karen notices a pimple on her own forehead and begins to panic. To put her at ease, Zee tells her about her own childhood, traveling and performing with her father John Zatara. One morning, Zee suddenly found herself able to perform various magical feats, but could not control them and tried to keep them a secret from John. They were invited to perform at the Abracadabrapalooza magic festival, but Zee backed out on the night of the show, fearing that she might ruin the act. A surge of her power destroyed the dressing room, but John burst in and repaired it by casting a spell of his own. He was proud of Zee, having been worried that she might never manifest any powers; he concealed his own in order to spare her feelings. John gave Zee one of her grandfather's spellbooks that she could use to control her new abilities, and the two did their show together to wild applause from the Abracadabrapalooza crowd. Zee concludes her story by telling Karen to embrace change rather than hide from it.|
|27||27||"#RageCat"||Noëlle Raffaele||Cindy Morrow||Jennifer Shang||November 30, 2019[nb 4]||449||0.29|
|While volunteering at the Metropolis Animal Shelter, Jessica helps make its pet adoption event a big success. Afterward, she finds a cat named Dexter in the kennel area, but the other volunteers warn her to leave him alone because of his bad temper. She ignores them and tries repeatedly to find him a home, but all her efforts fail. During a photo shoot at a pet store, Dexter summons a Red Lantern Corps power ring to himself and becomes the supervillain Dex-Starr, whose powers are fueled by rage over the constant attempts to domesticate him. Jessica suits up as Green Lantern to fight him; their battle destroys the store, but ends with her holding the ring and an exhausted, de-powered Dexter. She later adopts him herself, but his sour disposition remains.|
|28||28||"#TheGoodTheBadAndTheBizarre"||Noëlle Raffaele||M.A. Larson||Jackie Cole and Heejung Lim||December 16, 2019[nb 5]||453||0.16|
|While enjoying a wave of popularity and academic success, Supergirl is suddenly accused of committing several pranks and suspended from school for a week. These acts remind her of her time at a previous high school, when she was blamed for destroying the gym and expelled even though she insisted she had been framed. Public opinion quickly turns against her in light of a worldwide vandalism spree; while investigating in Egypt, Supergirl and Batgirl find the real perpetrator - a Bizarro counterpart of Supergirl. During a call to Clark Kent, Supergirl realizes that Bizarro must have destroyed the gym. The two face off in Metropolis, with the public blaming Supergirl for the damage Bizarro is causing. Finally fed up with taking the blame for things she has not done, Supergirl unleashes all her power against Bizarro, who retaliates in kind. Their attacks are evenly matched and leave them exhausted, and Bizarro tearfully admits that she has only been trying to be a better villain than her world's Superman and draw attention to herself. Supergirl consoles her, seeing the parallel between them, and Batgirl ensures that both of them get a front-page headline to restore their reputations.|
|29||29||"#BackInAFlash"||Juston-Gordon Montgomery||Nick Confalone||Wolf-Rüdiger Bloss, Alexandra Chiu, Heejung Lim, and Kexx Singleton||December 17, 2019[nb 6]||457||0.19|
|Barbara becomes the laughingstock of Metropolis High after she farts during a school assembly. She devises a plan to team up with Barry Allen and travel back in time, using his powers as the Flash, to switch out her breakfast burrito and thus prevent the incident from happening. The plan succeeds, and they begin using the method to undo regrettable moments from their pasts. Returning to the present, they find Metropolis to be a wasteland due to the changes they have made in space-time; even though they begin undoing the alterations, the present gets worse and worse. Barbara reluctantly has Barry take her back so she can undo the final change by putting the original burrito back in her locker. The sudden arrival of future duplicates of herself from multiple alternate timelines degenerates into a brawl, but Barbara manages to pass the burrito to her past self, who eats it. The original timeline is restored, the duplicates all vanish, and Barbara proudly admits farting during the assembly.|
|30||30||"#PowerSurge"||Natalie Wetzig||Patrick Rieger||Erin Kavanagh and Diana Kidlaied||December 18, 2019[nb 7]||458||0.25|
|While fighting Livewire at a power plant, Supergirl is seemingly disintegrated by a massive lightning blast. She survives and returns to the hideout, but learns from a news broadcast that the public believes her to be dead. Seeing the chance to break away from the complaints over all the damage caused by her fights, she adopts the new identity of Power Girl, along with a less abrasive personality. She passes herself off as a counterpart of Supergirl from an alternate Earth and soon gains popularity, but her ego causes a rift with the other girls. After Livewire publishes an unflattering account of her fight with Supergirl, Power Girl angrily dismisses both it and her friends' attempts to remind her of what Supergirl stood for. During a fight at the reopened power plant, Livewire blasts Power Girl into a crater and boasts about defeating her as easily as Supergirl. Power Girl takes her friends' words to heart and resumes her Supergirl identity to knock out Livewire. The villain is arrested, and Power Girl "leaves" Earth as the workers start complaining about the newly wrecked plant all over again, to Supergirl's annoyance.|
|31||31||"#ScrambledEggs"||Natalie Wetzig||Tim Sheridan||Erin Kavanagh||December 19, 2019||118||0.21|
|In home economics class, a substitute teacher pairs the students up and assigns each pair the task of looking after an egg for the weekend. Several eggs end up broken even before the class is over, and others fall victim to assorted mishaps as the weekend progresses. Kara and Harleen Quinzel let their egg fall into a box being shipped across town; Selina Kyle quickly gets fed up with Hal Jordan and smashes theirs; Barbara takes the one she and Garth Bernstein are watching on a nightly patrol, but it gets run over by a truck; Carol Ferris foists hers off on Hal, who uses it to make breakfast; and Zee hard-boils the one assigned to her and Oliver Queen during a squabble with him. As all the students despair over their impending failure, the one intact egg belonging to Kara and Harleen falls off a delivery truck and rolls away, sparking a brawl to claim it. Pamela Isley winds up with the egg and eats it in a sandwich during Monday's class, to the others' horror. Their regular home economics teacher decides to throw out the assignment and instead puts the students in charge of caring for the Metropolis High hamster mascot's new babies.|
|32||32||"#DramaQueen"||Noëlle Raffaele||M.A. Larson||Wolf-Rüdiger Bloss||December 20, 2019||120||0.33|
|Zee cannot decide between Oliver Queen and new student Mortimer Drake for the male lead role in a school play she is directing. Oliver wins it by sabotaging Mortimer's audition, but several mishaps during rehearsals put his safety at risk. On opening night, he blames Mortimer for the accidents and admits to the audition sabotage; Zee reassigns the role to Mortimer and starts the play, with herself as the female lead. Oliver wrecks Mortimer's dressing room in anger, but finds a review of a grade-school play criticizing Mortimer's acting and praising Zee's. As Oliver realizes that Mortimer intends to harm Zee, Mortimer threatens her onstage and reveals himself as the villain Cavalier, bent on avenging himself. Oliver suits up as Green Arrow, pulls Zee to safety, and fights Cavalier in a pitched battle; the audience cheers wildly, mistaking this for the actual play. Green Arrow wins the fight, with Cavalier delivering a dramatic death scene that earns praise from both Green Arrow and the audience. The two boys come to respect one another and turn their scorn toward Zee's acting and directing as she fumes in the wings.|
|"#AllyCat"||Juston Gordon-Montgomery||Ben Joseph||Heejung Lim, Jennifer Shang, and Anna Lencioni||March 8, 2020[nb 8]||461||0.29|
|Lex Luthor excavates Stonehenge to recover an ancient book buried in a tomb underneath it. Zatanna recognizes it as the Book of Eternity, which gives its possessor the ability to see and control the future, and insists that it is too dangerous for any mortal to own. With Batgirl leaving to visit her grandmother in Gotham City, the other five girls capture Catwoman and blackmail her into helping them steal the book from Luthor. She devises a plan for them to infiltrate a party at his corporate headquarters, but it nearly fails due to a series of mishaps. When the girls reach Luthor's private vault, they discover that he is actually a supervillain and that Catwoman has betrayed them. He had already used the book to learn of the attempted heist, bribed Catwoman to join him, and captured Superman and the Invinci-Bros. The girls are quickly incapacitated and captured as well. With no superheroes to stop him, Luthor plans to rule the world after an impending meteor strike destroys civilization, a plan that horrifies Catwoman. She breaks into his headquarters and frees the girls so they can destroy the meteor, catching Luthor by surprise, and reveals that she tore a page from the book to keep him from knowing her plan. She prepares to flee with the book, but the girls force her to turn it over to them. Luthor keeps his supervillain status hidden from the public and is cleared of any wrongdoing, but finds that Catwoman has stolen everything from his vault and left Superman and the Invinci-Bros imprisoned there.|
|35||35||"#Retreat"||Juston Gordon-Montgomery||Ryan Faust||Diana Kidlaied||March 15, 2020[nb 8]||454||0.32|
|Jessica takes Barbara, Karen, Garth Bernstein, Hal Jordan, and Pamela Isley on a camping trip to her family's cabin in the forest. The five heroes agree not to use any of their powers for Pamela's sake. Traumatized at seeing them pick flowers and cut down trees for firewood, Pamela flees deeper into the woods and manifests her powers as Poison Ivy to raise an army of plant creatures. She sends them to attack the group, already unnerved from the ghost story Barbara has been telling; Garth is captured at the lake, and Hal is caught and turned into a zombie as the three girls barricade themselves in the cabin. They arm themselves with items from the kitchen to fight off the horde, and Jessica retrieves her Green Lantern ring and uses its power to destroy them and free Garth. The four pick up Pamela from the roadside during the drive back to Metropolis the next day, not realizing that she unleashed the attack, and suddenly remember that they have left Hal - now recovered - trapped in the cabin's closet.|
|36||36||"#DinnerForFive"||Juston Gordon-Montgomery||M.A. Larson||Heejung Lim||March 22, 2020[nb 8]||122||0.28|
|Hearing an intruder in the house one night, Barbara suits up as Batgirl and finds a masked, one-eyed assassin sneaking into the kitchen. The two fight across Metropolis, but he gets away. The next day at school, Barbara meets a new student named Rose Wilson, who invites her to dinner. Rose's father Slade has been absent for most of her life, but is now trying to reconnect with her. His air of cold, humorless contempt puts Barbara on edge, and she realizes that he is the man she fought the previous night. Sneaking into his bedroom, she discovers that he is the assassin Deathstroke and is targeting Commissioner Gordon. When Slade finds her snooping around, the two suit up as their super identities and begin to fight, but Rose interrupts just as Deathstroke is about to kill Batgirl. He apologizes for betraying her trust and promises not to bother the Gordons anymore. The next day, Rose moves away to live with her mother, and Slade decides to take some time off and work on gradually rebuilding his relationship with her.|
|37||37||"#LivingTheNightmare"||Phil Allora and Natalie Wetzig||Juston Gordon-Montgomery||Wolf-Rüdiger Bloss, Diana Kidlaied, and Anna Lencioni||March 29, 2020[nb 9]||123||0.27|
|Noticing that the rest of her friends are having nightmares during a sleepover, Zee casts a spell to enter their minds via astral projection. Their dreams are plagued by their worst fears, and Zee soon discovers the cause - an imp named Fuseli, who is leaping from one girl's mind to another. Since Fuseli's power relies on a sleeper's fears and insecurities, which Zee claims not to have, she lures him into her own mind in order to gain the advantage as Zatanna. However, Fuseli unleashes a dark duplicate of Zatanna and reveals that she does have one fear, of the devastation her magic might cause in the future. She overcomes her fear to defeat her duplicate and Fuseli, proclaiming that the magic is hers to do with as she chooses, and drags him into the real world upon waking up. With his power gone, the girls punish him by making him work at the Burrito Bucket.|
|38||38||"#AllAboutZee"||Noëlle Raffaele||Ryan Faust||Diana Kidlaied and Jennifer Shang||April 5, 2020[nb 9]||124||0.28|
|A chance encounter between Zee and a timid Metropolis High student named Casey Krinsky leads to a friendship between the two girls. Casey soon becomes obsessed with Zee, to the point of rearranging her social calendar and copying her outfit and hairstyle. She steals Zee's magic and switches bodies with her, then leaves to enjoy the day with the other girls while Zee pleads for help in vain. Discovering that Zee's friends are the Super Hero Girls, Casey steals their powers as well and re-styles herself as an amalgam of all six, bent on wiping out her old self. Zee lures Casey into a house of mirrors at the Metropolis Pier, where Casey tires herself out attacking her original body's reflections and eventually loses her stolen powers and appearance. Zee explains that she had been willing to be friends, but only if Casey was able to accept herself for what she was. Casey swears revenge against the Super Hero Girls and tries to reveal their civilian identities at school, but none of the other students pay her any mind, to her frustration.|
|39||39||"#TweenTitans"||Natalie Wetzig||Tim Sheridan||Erin Kavanagh||April 12, 2020[nb 9]||448||0.29|
|Jessica is scheduled to chaperone a birthday party for young Dick Grayson and his four friends at Wayne Manor, and Karen agrees to help her. After Bruce Wayne and Alfred Pennyworth leave, the children manifest their powers as the Tween Titans and begin running amok throughout the mansion as Robin, Beast Boy, Cyborg, Raven, and Starfire. Jessica tries to calm them down by providing activities and projecting an air of calm and maturity, but her efforts fail time after time. She and Karen prepare to use their own powers, only for Beast Boy to steal Jessica's Green Lantern ring and Karen's transformation locket. As the Titans suspend the two girls over a pit of tentacles conjured by Raven, they realize that the only way to get the Titans under control is to beat them at their own game. Karen goads Cyborg into breaking open her locket; when he does, a power surge allows her to transform into Bumblebee and catch Jessica's ring so she can become Green Lantern. The two heroes quickly subdue the Titans and put them to bed for a nap. A sleepwalking Raven repairs all the damage to the mansion just before Bruce and Alfred return, and Jessica and Karen speed away rather than accept another offer to look after the Titans.|
|40||40||"#EmperorPenguin"||Natalie Wetzig||M.A. Larson||Anna Lencioni and Jennifer Shang||April 19, 2020[nb 10]||127||0.28|
|Seeing that Hal Jordan is in low spirits before the state championship football game, Barbara decides to cheer him up by getting him a pair of hard-to-find athletic shoes. Harleen Quinzel suggests that Oswald Cobblepot, also known as "The Penguin" - a student who runs a series of dishonest rackets at Metropolis High - may be able to find a pair. In a deal for the shoes, Penguin manipulates Barbara into a position where one of his underlings can photograph her holding a set of stolen test answers, then uses the picture to blackmail her into helping with his schemes. However, Barbara suits up as Batgirl to undo his plans. Just before the game, she steals Hal's lucky socks on Penguin's orders so that Metropolis High will lose and Penguin can make money selling souvenirs for the opposing team. As Hal falters badly and Metropolis High falls behind, Batgirl steals the socks back from Penguin and returns them. Hal rallies his team to win the game, and Batgirl also takes Penguin's phone. Afterward, Barbara exposes his blackmail plans to the entire student body, deletes all the photos he was using against them, and arranges for a famous quarterback and Metropolis High alumnus to give Hal the shoes as a present for winning the championship.|
|41||41||"#BreakingNews"||Phil Allora||Colleen Evanson||Wolf-Rüdiger Bloss||April 26, 2020[nb 10]||128||0.20|
|After Jimmy Olsen brings in photos of the Super Hero Girls stopping an attack by Killer Moth, Lois Lane decides to expose their civilian identities in her latest bid to secure an internship at the Daily Planet. Terrified at the prospect of having their secret revealed to the public, the girls dodge Lois' questions, plant false evidence at fight scenes to mislead her, and even try unsuccessfully to steal her story notes. As they gather dejectedly at Sweet Justice, having been unable to throw her off the trail, Killer Moth attacks Metropolis again. The strike distracts Lois long enough for the girls to slip out, assume their hero identities, and stop the attack. Afterward, Lois writes her story but does not send it to the Daily Planet, realizing that the good done by the Super Hero Girls is more important than her career aspirations. She shifts her attention to exposing Superman's identity and winning a Daily Planet internship away from a newly hired Clark Kent.|
|42||42||"#CrashCourse"||Noëlle Raffaele||M.A. Larson||Jackie Cole||May 3, 2020[nb 10]||456||0.20|
|Learning that the other girls all have driver's licenses except for Karen, who is two years too young to apply, Diana decides to get one of her own. She easily passes the knowledge test, but struggles on the road test until Catwoman, Harley Quinn, and Livewire speed past in a stolen car. She races after them, with Karen, Garth Bernstein, and the examiner as passengers, and follows them through the city and onto the Metropolis Pier. The villains escape by jumping their car off the roller coaster tracks and onto a departing ferry, while Diana lands hers in the bay. Garth uses his powers as Aqualad to bring the group safely to shore, and Diana begs the examiner to give her another chance. This time, she follows all the traffic laws and uses navigational help from Karen to force the villains to crash into a dumpster at a construction site. Although she flips and badly damages the car to avoid hitting a family of ducks, she winds up perfectly parallel-parked at a curb and the examiner gives her a passing grade. With her new license in hand, she offers to give Karen a ride anywhere she likes, but Karen is so unnerved from the chase that she decides to take a bus instead.|
|"#LeagueOfShadows"||Noëlle Raffaele||Ryan Faust||Régis Camargo, Jackie Cole, Erin Kavanagh, and Diana Kidlaied||August 22, 2020||447||0.30|
|Kara has tickets to see her favorite heavy metal band, the League of Shadows, while Karen is excited over a show by the boy band Up Past 8. Mocking Karen's taste in music, Kara offers to take her to the League's show. They are invited backstage to meet lead singer Ra's al Ghul, who gives Kara one of his guitar picks as a reward for her support of the League. During the show, Karen becomes worried that the lyrics speak of world domination, but Kara pays no heed until Ra's sings a song that allows him to control her mind. She returns to the girls' hideout, rudely disrupts their leisure time activities, and steals Karen's Up Past 8 tickets. Suiting up as Bumblebee, Karen follows her to the show and finds the League watching from a skybox, ready to enact their plan to wipe out all evil in the world - starting with bad music. She realizes that Ra's is controlling Kara through the pick, which is made of red kryptonite, and is about to unleash her powers as Supergirl against Up Past 8. Responding to Bumblebee's call for help, the other Super Hero Girls, Barry Allen, Garth Bernstein, and Hal Jordan fend off Supergirl's attacks and drive Ra's' mind-control song out of her head. The kryptonite pick shatters, and Supergirl returns to normal and dances onstage to Karen's favorite music.|
|45||45||"#HousePest"||Juston Gordon-Montgomery||Gillian Berrow||John D. Anderson||September 20, 2020[nb 10]||129||0.15|
|When the Super Hero Girls discover that Diana doesn't actually have a home, they gladly open theirs up to her. That is, until they discover that life with an Amazon is much more challenging than they expected.|
|46||46||"#ItsComplicated"||Noëlle Raffaele||M. A. Larson||Jackie Cole and Erin Kavanagh||September 20, 2020[nb 11]||125||0.16|
|Seeing that Carol Ferris has a new boyfriend, the sensitive and romantic Thaal Sinclair, Hal Jordan decides to win her back. His attempts to embarrass Thaal in front of Carol fail, so he tries to prove himself better at romance, only to end up annoying Carol and tearfully begging her to give him another chance. To his surprise, she accepts and explains that she was only pretending to date Thaal in order to get Hal to change himself for her. Thaal, in turn, reveals that he was using Carol in order to get back at Hal, who had been his partner and best friend when they served together in the Green Lantern Corps but who suddenly broke off contact. Thaal manifests his powers as Sinestro of the Yellow Lantern Corps and attacks, with a free-for-all breaking out between him, Carol (as Star Sapphire), Jessica and Hal (as Green Lanterns), and Dex-Starr, the super-powered cat Jessica adopted (see "#RageCat"). Jessica urges Hal to apologize to the three villains, but Hal misinterprets her advice and expresses his regret for being such a great person. They accept his apology and the four leave to get ice cream, to her shock and exasperation.|
|47||47||"#TheBirdAndTheBee"||Noëlle Raffaele||Kristin Holloway||Jackie Cole||September 27, 2020[nb 11]||126||0.13|
|Karen notices that fellow Metropolis High student Carter Hall has been acting very morosely, both in class and while fighting crime as Hawkman. He explains that he is the reincarnation of Khufu, an Egyptian prince haunted by the memory of his true love, Princess Chay-Ara. A spell was cast on both of them, causing them to reincarnate and fall in love time after time; however, Carter vaguely remembers that they always end up dying. Finding that Chay-Ara is now a musician named Shiera Sanders, Karen tries repeatedly to push Carter into a romance with her, but he always loses his nerve and flees before speaking to her. He eventually asks her out to dinner and is overjoyed when she accepts. Before he can meet her at the restaurant, though, a thief steals a ceremonial knife from the museum and attacks him with it. Suiting up as Hawkman, Carter recognizes the culprit as Hath-Set, the sorcerer who originally cast the spell and who always kills the couple. Karen suits up as Bumblebee to help fight him off, but he overpowers both heroes and prepares to kill Hawkman, reveling in the chance to destroy the couple's relationship once again. When Hawkman admits that he has not yet become Chay-Ara's lover in this life, Hath-Set departs but vows to return once he has. Carter breaks the date, accepting that it is the only way he can let Shiera be happy, as she leaves a sketch of him on the table.|
|48||48||"#FantasticBeastsAndHowToMindThem"||Phil Allora||Patrick Rieger||John D. Anderson, Wolf-Rüdiger Bloss, Diana Kidlaied, Angela Kim and Heejung Lim||September 27, 2020[nb 11]||130||0.12|
|Diana receives a care package from Queen Hippolyta and finds among its contents a large egg, which hatches into a baby griffin. Ignoring Jessica's warnings against trying to keep a wild animal as a pet, she names the griffin Steve and tries unsuccessfully to keep him under control and teach him obedience. Steve grows rapidly and develops the ability to fly, worsening the chaos he creates around Metropolis until a hydra begins to rampage through the city. Suiting up as Wonder Woman, Diana rides him into battle against the creature; together, they get its heads and necks so tangled up that it can no longer move. Wonder Woman recognizes the hydra as the product of a curse that was released when Steve broke an urn at home. Once she reassembles the urn, the hydra is drawn back into it and the curse ends. Finally understanding that Steve needs to be free, she takes him to Themyscira so he can live in the wild with other griffins.|
|49||49||"#SchoolGhoul"||Juston Gordon-Montgomery||Ryan Faust||Erin Kavanagh||October 4, 2020[nb 11]||132||0.14|
|Tatsu Yamashiro calls Diana for help investigating paranormal activity at McDougal Academy, the all-girls' boarding school she attends. Barbara and Kara answer in Diana's absence, and Tatsu sneaks them onto campus while warning them not to run afoul of the strict headmaster, Mr. McDougal. A female spirit has been roaming the dormitories at night and stealing items from the students' rooms; Tatsu has dubbed her the "Silver Banshee" and is determined to stop her. The three girls search the campus, with Kara poking fun at the other two and just missing repeated supernatural incidents. When the Silver Banshee confronts all three, Tatsu (as Katana) imprisons the spirit in her sword and learns the reason for the hauntings: her brother had killed her centuries ago in medieval Scotland, angry that she had been chosen over him to lead their family's clan. Katana releases the Banshee so she can confront her brother, Mr. McDougal. He hands over the pin symbolizing leadership of the clan and apologizes for usurping her position, and the Banshee leaves the campus in peace.|
|50||50||"#AwesomeAuntAntiope"||Natalie Wetzig||Ben Joseph||Vaughn Tada||December 19, 2020[nb 11]||134||0.33|
Diana always preferred her "fun aunt" Antiope to her strict mother, but when Antiope visits Metropolis and takes the girls out on the town, Diana sees her aunt's antics in a whole new light.
|"#TheFreshPrincessofRenFaire"||Juston Gordon-Montgomery||Lindsey Kerns||Alexandra Chiu, Diana Kidlaied, Cole Harrington and Heejung Lim||December 26, 2020||135|
|A fun day at the Renaissance Faire takes a dark turn when our heroes clash with a princess-eating dragon.|
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|"Superhero Feud"||James Krenzke||Story by : Amy Wolfram||Sean Glaze, Branko Kljajic, & Sean Kreiner||December 19, 2020||0.42|
Control Freak forces the Titans and the Superhero Girls to compete on Family Feud.
Nataile Wetzig, a director on DC Super Hero Girls, referred to the second season of the show in an interview at the 2020 Annie Awards. She later clarified that she was referring to the second half of season 1, episodes 27 through 52. Co-executive producer Amanda Rynda said the crew is "introducing lots of new villains and pushing the needle on new story lines" for season 2.
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