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December 14, 2018 at 07:26 PM EST

After our one-week interlude into the extremely traumatic backstories of Hawk and Dove, we return to our main heroes as they stand on the precipice of imminent apocalypse. Luckily, Dick and Donna arrive back at Angela’s house just as Kory’s in the middle of strangling Rachel. When Gar tries to intervene, Kory hurls him into Dick, but she’s done for once Donna pulls out the golden lasso. I like that so far we mostly see Donna acting like a normal person, and then every once in a while she’ll pull out just enough Wonder Girl magic to delight our nerdy brains.

After coming to her senses, Kory speeds out of there in order to figure out what’s happening to her. Dick and Donna follow close behind, and it takes Donna mere minutes to realize that Dick and Kory are sleeping together. Sisters always know! Donna says that it makes sense because Dick apparently has a thing for “dangerous women” — except, Donna notes, for Dawn. “You f—ed that up.” Dick would rather just drive, thank you very much.

They catch up with Kory when she halts at a big warehouse. Although the place looks empty, the three of them are soon bathed in purple light scanners, after which Kory’s spaceship reveals itself from stealth mode. Once they’re on board, the ship has plenty to teach them about Rachel. Kory remembers that she’s originally from a planet called Tamaran, and a holographic display shows a horrible potential fate of the planet getting engulfed by dark infernal energy. This is not Rachel’s fault directly, but rather indirectly. Her father hails from another dimension, and previously wrought havoc across the universe before getting sealed away. But Rachel is his daughter and thus his gateway into the mortal world. If he gets free again, with her as an anchor, there’s no telling what he might do. We also learn his name! If you’re familiar with Teen Titans comics or cartoons then you already know this, but if you don’t, here it is: His name is Trigon.

The worst news, though, comes when Donna takes a second look at the prophetic drawing of Trigon’s return. The drawing depicts not just the demon, but his daughter…and his daughter’s mother, who seems particularly enthused. Dick has a perfect one-word reaction to that: “F—k.”  

NEXT: Here’s daddy

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