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Hal is sent through a rift between dimensions and finds himself in a parallel universe where his counterpart is... Steam Lantern, who battles the evil Lord Nigel in a 19th century Victorian setting.

Episode Info

Episode number: 1x16
Airdate: Saturday January 05th, 2013

Director: Rick Morales
Writer: Ernie Altbacker

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Guest Stars
Grey DeLisleGrey DeLisle
voiced Lady Catherine
Jeff BennettJeff Bennett
voiced Duke Nigel (uncredited as Tomar-Re)
Robin Atkin DownesRobin Atkin Downes
voiced Steam Lantern (Gil Broome)
Main Cast
Josh KeatonJosh Keaton
voiced Hal Jordan / Green Lantern
Grey DeLisleGrey DeLisle
voiced Aya


Hal wakes up and finds himself plummeting toward a planet. He uses his ring to protect himself just as he slams into the middle of a city street. Hal is unable to contact his teammates on his ring, and as he looks around he discovers that the pedestrians are wearing 19th Victorian clothing. A woman, Lady Catherine, is on a street corner protesting the tyranny of Duke Nigel Fortenberry. Steam-powered robots march down the street and order the people to comply with the law or face prison. Lord Nigel speaks through the robots, insisting that he saved the planet and they must do what he says...

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Episode Quotes
Steam Lantern: We named it "hardtofindium" because it's really, really...
Hal: Yeah, I get it. So, you're basically wearing a nuclear reactor you cobble together with chicken wire and string?

Steam Lantern: Top floor, Mr. Jordan. Topcoats, top hats, various dry sundries, and the gateway to your universe.

Duke Nigel: Can you forgive me in the short bit we have left?
Steam Lantern: Of course.
Lady Catherine: Time for one last tea, then?
Duke Nigel: Quite.
Hal: Whoa whoa. There's no time for tea now.

Steam Lantern: For the best then. I don't think I want to live on a world without sunrise.
Lady Catherine: Me, neither. How would we know when it was time for tea?
Hal: Oh, enough with the stiff-upper-lippery. No one is going to die on my watch.

Other Episode Crew

Executive ProducerSam Register  |  Bruce Timm
ProducerGiancarlo Volpe  |  James Krieg
Line ProducerSusan Ward (2)
Re-Recording MixerJohn K. Hegedes  |  Robert Hargreaves
On-Line EditorSteven White (1)
Story EditorJames Krieg
Production SupervisorBobbie Page  |  James Davidson (2)
Voice DirectorLisa Schaffer
Production ManagementEd Adams  |  Sherrian Felix
Main Title ThemeFrederik Wiedmann
Film EditorJoe Gall
Recording Machine OperatorJeff O. Collins  |  Sarah Baluch
Assistant Production ManagerSandi Smith  |  Akira Mark Fujita  |  Josh Ling
Executive In Charge Of ProductionJeff Prezenkowski  |  Brian E.S. Jones  |  Tramm Wigzell
Post Production ManagerScott Schnick
Original MusicFrederik Wiedmann
Casting DirectorLisa Schaffer
Warning: Green Lantern: The Animated Series season 1 episode 16 guide may contain spoilers
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