Yesssss. Everything about that episode was amazing. I also found it amusing, after recently watching Disney's Hunchback of Notre Dame, that The Judge had the same voice as Frolo, a somewhat similar character.
It was a very weird Scarecrow, but it was Scarecrow. I actually liked his new look, unlike most of the artistic changes they made to most of the characters after the series shift. I saw that one recently; yes, attacking the alligator was hilarious. XP
Have you watched Justice League at all? And have you watched "Epilogue" of Justice League Unlimited yet? I enjoyed both series, lots of great stuff; but wow. They were getting very dirty by the end. That disappointed me.
Best of luck then! =D I'm sorry you didn't finish. I'm still behind on revising R&L and--well--everything. DX It's been a slow year. "The day starts, the day ends, time crawls by . . . And weeks pass, and months pass . . . Still I ache down to the core." Seriously Kristy? Listen--to--that--song. If you didn't before reading this NM, shame on you! (insertangrysmileythecodingdidn'tlike)
Oooooh, the glorious genre that is the mystery! Be sure to let me know when it's finished so I can read it. (I'll even proofread it for you if you like. Anything if it means I can read it the sooner. XD) My rule is to have a beginning and an ending (therefore, a criminal) in mind from the moment I start, at least for mysteries; but admittedly I only followed it for SD, not for either of the second two. But I consider the mystery better in SD, anyway. But sometimes it's fun to find out who the criminal is alongside the detective, and -then- go back and edit in clues. XP