Pilot, Part 1: Nothing To Fear
Season 1, Episode 1 (1)
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Air date Unaired
Written by Illyriarocks
Directed by Illyriarocks
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Pilot, Part 1: Nothing To Fear is the first episode of Birds of Prey Season 1 and the 1st episode overall. It is the series premiere.


PART 1 OF 3: CONFRONT WHAT YOU ARE MOST AFRAID OF- Laurel, Nyssa, Helena, Tommy, and Sara have been living in Midway for almost six months. Laurel begins seeing Raven Turing, a grief counselor who challenges her, as she and Nyssa work to construct a a team of female vigilantes. Sara discovers that Bruce has also settled in Midway and starts digging, while simultaneously helping him take down insane psychiatrist Jonathan Crane; Crane intends on releasing his fear toxin into the city's water supply. Helena meets with Checkmate agent Richard Dragon, who has his own agenda for the ex-convict. Finally, Tommy tries to balance going back to medical school with his new romance and his own grief.

Main Cast

Special Guest Stars

Recurring Cast



  • Antagonists: Jonathan Crane, Richard Dragon
  • Though Hartley (Earth-19's Oliver) is credited at the beginning of the episode, he only appears in the end and has no dialogue.
  • This is the first episode of the series.
  • This is the first episode of the season to feature all main characters.
  • Virtually every character appearing in this episode was first introduced in another series.
    • Of the main cast: Laurel, Thea, Sara, Tommy, and Helena were introduced at some point during the first season of Arrow. Nyssa was introduced halfway through the second season. Astra was first introduced in the first season of Supergirl. Bruce was introduced during Season 5 of Arrow. E2 Laurel/Black Siren was introduced during Season 2 of The Flash.
    • Of the recurring cast: Dragon, Faora, Carrie, and Lonnie were introduced at some point during Arrow.
  • This episode takes place on March 1, 2018.


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