|“||All we have to do is go back in time and make sure I never eat that breakfast bean burrito in the first place. This altering the very fabric of space-time wrapping us into a parallel timeline where on that morning in front of the whole school I did not toot my own horn. So to speak.||”|
Barbara eats a burrito with beans during a meeting in the school auditorium, and when Mr. Chapin tells the students to sit down, she farts, prompting Leslie to yell it was her. After school, the other students make fun of Barbara with a song, humiliating her.
Barbara, with the assistance of Barry, to go back in time and replace the burrito with a vegetable burrito. When they succeed, the two decide to go back to time and fix every regret and they did. However, they return to the present to find Zod controlling everything, so they go back to time and fix everything except the farting incident.
During an alternate timeline in which Starro is destroying everything, Barbara initially blames Barry for altering the timeline, before coming to terms with her mistake and returning to the past to fix everything. The two encounter Barbaras from various alternate timelines, who either attempt to prevent the timeline from being disturbed or wish to remain in the altered timeline. The battle culminates in the Barbara from that timeline eating the bean burrito, restoring the timeline. When Barbara farts again, she proudly says that it was her, gleefully adding "you're welcome."
- Mallory Low as Leslie Willis/Livewire
- Phil LaMarr as Barry Allen/The Flash
- Liam O'Brien as General Zod
- Eddie Perino as Oliver Queen/Green Arrow
- Tara Strong as Barbara Gordon/Batgirl
- Fred Tatasciore as Mr. Chapin
- This episode and its premise take elements seen in the Flashpoint event; Since on both occasions Babs and Barry travel through time and change various events, which creates several paradoxes with consequences that alter the original timeline, very similar to when Barry Allen in the comic changed the original line by saving his mother; which triggers negative consequences, also giving rise to the New 52 continuity.
- Among the alternate universe Barbara Gordons seen at the episode's climax include her Burrito Bucketeer persona from "Burrito Bucket," one using her high-tech search equipment from "Meet The Cheetah," another wearing her improvised superhero costume from "Babs Girl," yet another wearing her chemistry lab coat from "Super Who?," and one using her night vision goggle from "Pack Bat."
- Additionally, some of the alternate universe counterparts created for this episode include:
- Gas mask
- Green hoodie
- White Batgirl suit
- Marching suit
- Robin costume
- Catwoman costume
- Apparently, Barbara carries multiple varieties of burritos with her.
- General Zod makes a reappearance from "DC Super Hero Boys" but played a minor role.
- Although Karen, Zee, Jessica, Kara, Diana, Hal, Garth, Carol and Pamela appear in this episode, they do not have any dialogue.
- When Barbara took the piggy bank from her baby self, her crying sounds similar to Dil Pickles from Rugrats, as both characters were voiced by Tara Strong.
- This episode aired on television four years after the original web series' episode, "Designing Disaster".
- This episode airs on Christmas in Canada.
- This episode's title is a reference to the idiom of the same name.
- Baby Barbara has five toes on her right foot, but only four toes on her left foot.
- Babs was going to pay for the soon-to-be sold out comic with a card, despite the fact it was three years ago, before she moved to Metropolis and even before getting a card.
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