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Jason Todd 

Dick and the new Robin, Jason Todd, team up to track down the man who is killing off Dick's old circus friends.

Director:

Carol Banker
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Brenton Thwaites ... Dick Grayson / Robin
Anna Diop ... Kory Anders
Teagan Croft ... Rachel Roth
Ryan Potter ... Gar Logan
Curran Walters ... Jason Todd / Robin
Reed Birney ... Dr. Adamson
Lester Speight ... Clayton Williams
Kyle Mac ... Nick Zucco / Melting Man
Tomaso Sanelli ... Young Dick Grayson
Jeremy Crawford ... Ringmaster
Premika Leo ... Lion Tamer
Ess Hodlmoser Ess Hodlmoser ... Contortionist
Jesse Buck Jesse Buck ... Clown
David Boyce David Boyce ... Priest
Richard Zeppieri ... Tony Zucco
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Dick and the new Robin, Jason Todd, team up to track down the man who is killing off Dick's old circus friends.

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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 November 2018 (USA) See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Berlanti Productions See more »
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Trivia

The "safe house" is actually the Art Galley of Ontario. See more »

Goofs

The flowers on the Graysons' graves move between shots. See more »

Quotes

Gar Logan: [Sees two cases on the table] Yo, when did you get another one?
Jason Todd: That one's mine.
Gar Logan: Yours? Wait, you're Robin, too?
Rachel Roth: I thought you were Robin.
Dick Grayson: I am.
Jason Todd: He was.
Gar Logan: Okay, how many Robins are there? Are there a lot? 'Cause I would love-...
Koriand'r: Okay, quiet.
[to Gar and Rachel]
Koriand'r: Sit.
[...]
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Connections

References Escape from New York (1981) See more »

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Pretty good.
17 November 2018 | by arishsankarSee all my reviews

I like this new show, and the new take on these characters, and DC proves that they can do dark and gritty, they don't have to be kid-friendly and funny necessarily like the cartoons. Originally I hated the costumes of Starfire and Raven, but as I kept watching this show, so far up to episode 6, I loved these two characters, their extraordinary acting is what won me over. For some reason the absence of Cyborg seemed to make it work.


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