We visit the Red Lantern home world this week, we see how babies are delivered in the Thundercats universe, and government officials question a former Ghostbuster on Transformers Prime. Also, MAD does an amazing job showing life inside of Jabba the Hutt's Palace prior the the Lucas CGI phase and My Little Pony: Friendship takes the week off.
Minor spoilers ahead!
Razer is on the trail of Atrocitus, a journey that him Razer to Shard, the Red Lantern homeworld. This clip is like a Green Lantern version of Death Star trench run. If you aren't watching this series, you are missing out. It's a treat, especially for fans of the comic.
Storks do not exist in Thundera - babies are dropped from the sky in a balloon attached to a bassinet. Sounds dangerous, but it might be worth the copay. This clip shows some moments from Tygra's early childhood, already wearing a crown and angry about having a little brother.
This clip doesn't spotlight Young Justice, but shows a neat Justice League initiation ceremony from the beginning of the episode, which shows some obscure characters from the Justice League: Unlimited series. This episode aired in Brazil last month (subtitles!), so here is an extended preview of the episode, featuring Icon and Plastic Man receiving their Justice League membership cards.
The annual Butters episode! Butterballs finds Butters the recipient of abuse from his grandmother, so Stan casts him as the star of an anti-bullying campaign. If you are a My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic fan, this clip serves as your weekly musical moment.
This episode stars Agent Fowler (voiced by Ernie Hudson) in a clip episode. In the episode, Fowler explains Unicron to military officials seeking to put an end to Megatron and the Decepticon threat.
It is five months late, but MAD brings it this week with a parody of Moves Like Jagger, using the song to tell the tale of a Gamorrean shaking his tail to win a job at Jabba's Palace. Apologies for the poor quality of the video, but enjoy the song. Did I mention it has a dancing Rancor at the 1:47 mark?
Top image provided by The Hub. Transformers: Prime airs Saturday afternoons on The Hub. South Park airs Wednesday nights on Comedy Central. MAD airs Monday nights on the Cartoon Network. Thundercats, Green Lantern: The Animated Series, and Young Justice air Saturday mornings on the Cartoon Network, so turn your television on.