Bruce had been trying to get the League to upgrade their security–both external and internal–for months. The Watchtower wasn’t secure, and neither were any of the private rooms or armories aboard. But, no matter how hard he pushed it, nobody was listening.
Then he made the mistake of complaining about it to Barbara. So, during the League’s next off-world mission, she hacked the teleporter… and unleashed the Robins.
The League returned to the Watchtower to find that the batfamily had managed to break into every single room in the satellite. Dick and Jason had taken all of the mattresses out of the rooms and piled them in the center of the meeting room; Tim had somehow jury-rigged the coffee maker to run off a Javelin engine and had drained the entire unholy mixture in one go, then crashed in Power Girl’s bed; Steph and Damian were playing table tennis in Icon’s room with a piece of kryptonite for a ball. The rattling in the air vents turned out to be Cassandra with a bag of Tostitos. They found Terry sleeping upside down stuck to the ceiling of the conservatory, with Jason and Kate taking turns trying to shoot him awake with increasingly impractical weapons taken from the “alien overlords” vault and Dick trying to poke him awake by launching himself from the top of the Tamaranean Maples. Duke was found passed out in Bruce’s room, having apparently tired himself out attempting to contain the damage.
Within an hour, Barbara Gordon had received dual contracts from Queen Consolidated and WayneTech to upgrade security on the Watchtower. A day later, one more rule was added to the unofficial Justice League rules of order: no more than 3 unsupervised Wayne children allowed on the Watchtower at a time.
Global uploaded the Cass/Tim segment on their site, titled it “Tass Forever”, filed it under their Shomi “Relationship Goals” category, and still didn’t rig the veto so one of them could win it and save the other in serious relationship goals fashion??