"The People Vs. Justice League, Part 1: Three Rooms": At the Evander Terradome, on Dione (one of the moons of Saturn), Simon Baz is praying Allah. Suddenly, he's alerted that something really bad is happening, so he immediately flies away to check the situation and ca
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Synopsis for "The People Vs. Justice League, Part 1: Three Rooms"
At the Evander Terradome, on Dione (one of the moons of Saturn), Simon Baz is praying Allah. Suddenly, he's alerted that something really bad is happening, so he immediately flies away to check the situation and calls Jessica Cruz for help as he approaches a massive alien fleet, coming to Earth.
Bruce Wayne comes home to Alfred after another night out as Batman. He looks extremely tired, so Alfred reminds him of their deal, which has something to do with "three days" (probably, he means that Bruce should get one free day to rest every three days he works for the League). Bruce doesn't listen to him, and goes in for another "day at the job", teleporting to the Watchtower.
Cyborg briefs him on the day's crises: two nuns have been taken hostages by some Jihadists; an earthquake struck El Domingo, trapping thousands of people in Corona del Mar; last but not least, there's the huge alien fleet Simon spotted near Saturn. Bruce promptly splits the League into teams: Jessica will go help in El Domingo with Superman and The Flash, then, as the fleet passes Mars, she'll manage that other situation; meanwhile, Batman, Wonder Woman and Aquaman will take care of the hostages. Victor wants to come with them, but Bruce tells him to stay and coordinate everyone else.
Simon informs Jessica that the alien fleet is apparently in complete stasis, as it doesn't react to his presence in any way. He suggests he should try and poke them, but she tells him she'll run it through Bats first.
Bruce and Arthur are in incognito on a bus, getting to the location. Wonder Woman, dressed up as a mail lady finds an excuse to get some children off the road, but one of them crosses the street to get her ball and Arthur is forced to crash the bus against a car not to hit her. The jihadists notice the crash but it's too late: Wonder Woman is on the scene, ready to save the nuns. Bruce tells the FBI squad that came along to stay put as the situation is under control by the League. While Aquaman argues with the owner of the crashed car, he's teleported away by Cyborg because he's much more needed in El Domingo: in fact, Corona del Mar means (in Spanish) "Crown of the Sea", which Bruce didn't think about.
Back at the hostages situation, the FBI throws flash bang canisters from the window, which are harmless weapons unless they explode close a nun's oxygen tank, like they did. One of the jihadists dies in the explosion, but the other one picks up Diana's sword and uses it to kill the elder nun. Batman gets on the scene too late.
Fortunately, Cyborg had a good call: from the beached oarfish on the shore, Aquaman is able to realize that a huge tzunami is coming that way, and mitigates it with the help of the Flash.
In a hurry, Superman, Jessica and Cyborg reach Simon, who actually tells them he was able to communicate with the fleet and they told him they're... just tourists.
On "day four", Bruce is once again dead tired on the stairs of Wayne Manor. Clark shows up and Bruce tells him he blew it: because of his impaired judgment they lost one of the nuns and almost had a tzunami destroy a village. Clark tells Bruce that it was an overall good day actually, and that if he needs to rest they'll manage without him. Bruce agrees to it.
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