"Menu for Disaster": Travis Morgan tells Eddie Fyers and Green Arrow how he was hunting for dinner when he was thrown from his horse, ended up on Earth and was captured by the Generalissimo and his goons. Ed
- Okay, Miss Tobacco Cop, I'll put it out.
- -- Eddie Fyers
Appearing in "Menu for Disaster"
Synopsis for "Menu for Disaster"
Travis Morgan tells Eddie Fyers and Green Arrow how he was hunting for dinner when he was thrown from his horse, ended up on Earth and was captured by the Generalissimo and his goons. Eddie and Connor say goodbye to Travis and leave the hotel. As they leave, a blonde woman makes a ruckus at the front desk about her bill, blustering that she is from the CIA and that she is going to report this treatment to her supervisors. As she storms out, a man reading a newspaper in the lobby rushes to the bank of payphones and calls his superior, telling him that the CIA has an agent leaving the hotel. The superior tells the man to find out where she is going and report back.
The man calls his superior after determining that the bus the woman is getting on -- the same bus on which Eddie and Connor are seated -- is going to Bangkok. The man's boss tells him to get on the bus, meanwhile the boss and some other men get in a car and drive after the bus.
Connor notices the car coming up alongside and is mentioning it to Eddie, when the man on the bus pulls a gun and says he wants the CIA agent. Connor pelts the gunman in the head with a can of Thai beer and Fyers commandeers the bus. Connor grabs his bow and arrows and leaps out the back of the bus to the car. He lands on the hood and simultaneously somersaults and shoots the two men in the back of the car, landing in the back seat of the convertible. He takes out the remaining two men and once the bus gets to a stopping point, meets up with Eddie and the blonde woman. The woman reveals that she is from the Culinary Institute of America.
Eddie and Connor hop a plane back to the United States and head their separate ways at the airport. Connor returns to his apartment to find Master Jansen waiting for him ominously in the dark.
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