Hal Jordan has #orangelanternproblems on Green Lantern: The Animated Series

This week in the world of cartoons, Ahsoka's Clone Wars arc continues, Archer gets bit by a snake while on the toilet, and we meet an interesting Orange Lantern on Green Lantern: TAS!

Gravity Falls and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are absent this week, but both will return with new episodes on March 1st.

As always - minor spoilers ahead!

Green Lantern: The Animated Series – "Larfleeze"


The Lanterns land on the planet of Okaara in hopes of finding an Orange Lantern battery that will help them defeat the Aya Monitor.

Along they way, they meet an interesting being by the name of Larfleeze, who also happens to be an Orange Lantern.

In this clip, a paranoid Hal thinks Kilowog & Razer are trying to double team him and take his new lantern. #orangelanternproblems


Young Justice: Invasion – "The Hunt"


Lex Luthor gets involved this week, sending a group of double agents on a mission to inadvertently save members of Young Justice.


Check out the Glorious Godfrey cameo in the first clip. Arsenal is under attack and looking for help in second.


DC Nation Shorts – Farm League, Part 2


Our favorite view of the Justice League as farm animals returns this week. The ghost of George Orwell is pleased.

I really like the depiction of the Flash is a fish.


Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "To Catch a Jedi"


Ahsoka is framed by Tarkin for the murder of Clone Troopers and the destruction of the Jedi Temple, putting the young Jedi in the cross-hairs of the Republic.


Before something horrible happens to her, I'm gonna start an Ahsoka Tano fanclub. The males will be referred to as Brosokas.

The Jedi Council believes Tarkin's accusations, sending Ahsoka off on her own as a renegade Jedi. Who will she turn to?


Archer – "Once Bitten"


We all know Archer has an irrational yet encyclopedic fear of gators, but he is attacked by a slightly more sneaky herptile tin this episode.

Archer clips are possibly NSFW. It's Saturday morning — you can probably risk it. It's worth it for the first Rat Patrol reference in four plus decades.


Top image courtesy of DC and Cartoon Network. Green Lantern, Young Justice, and Clone Wars air Saturday mornings on Cartoon Network. Archer airs Thursday nights on FX.