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Summary:  An accident results in the Flash and Lex Luthor having their minds swapped into each other's bodies.  Now, as the League races to prevent a Luthor-controlled Flash from escaping the Watchtower, Wally must contend with a headquarters full of dangerous criminals, having no super-powers, and an overly-amorous groupie.

JL Mission Roll Call:  The Flash, Green Lantern, Dr. Fate, Dr. Light, Ice, Mr. Terrific, Red Tornado, Steel

LD Mission Roll Call:  Lex Luthor, Tala, Dr. Polaris, Gorilla Grodd, Sinestro 

Featured Characters:  The Flash, Lex Luthor

Villain:  Lex Luthor

Supporting Villains:  The Legion of Doom

 

Cartoon Network on “The Great Brain Robbery”:  “A mystical accident leads to Lex Luthor and the Flash’s minds being swapped into each other’s bodies (courtesy of The World’s Finest).”

Matt Wayne on "The Great Brain Robbery":  "'The Great Brain Robbery' was my first time scripting an episode from a Dwayne McDuffie outline.  It was fun and easy; a number of the best lines in the finished episode were there before I started.  Half the fun of this episode comes from Michael Rosenbaum and Clancy Brown, the voices of Flash and Luthor.  They really sold the idea of mind-switching (courtesy of [website name removed])."

Bruce Timm on the Flash / Lex Luthor switch:  “I assume [that Tala didn’t register the switch, but Fate did] because Tala’s ‘mystic radar’ is more attuned to ‘supernatural’ beings like Deadman (he is a ghost, after all), or it’s just another case of us bending the superhero rules when it suits us (courtesy of Toon Zone).”

Bruce Timm on double standards:  “I find it very interesting that when Shayera got busy with Carter Hall on the first date [in ‘Shadow of the Hawk’], fans labeled her ‘not very smart’ and ‘slutty,’ but Flash nails a supervillainess and nobody even bats an eye.  Admittedly, Flash was wearing another man’s skin at the time, so he didn’t have to worry about super-cooties—much—but, still, I can’t help thinking it’s that old double-standard working overtime (courtesy of Toon Zone).”

 

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Image courtesy of Toon Zone.

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