The Best Episodes Directed by Joe Johnston
#4 - Princeton, February 1916
The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles Season 2 - Episode 7
Indy and his girlfriend, Nancy Stratemeyer (whose father created the Nancy Drew mystery series) visit the fascinating laboratory of inventor Thomas Edison and they must contend with dangerous German spies, as they try to keep Edison's top-secret invention safe.
#15 - It Could've Been Great
Steven Universe Season 2 - Episode 27
The Gems take a trip to the moon.
#24 - Kiki's Pizza Delivery Service
Steven Universe Season 3 - Episode 13
Kiki has been having nightmares due to being overworked at Fish Stew Pizza, so Steven helps by using his astral projection to go into Kiki's nightmares.
#26 - Restaurant Wars
Steven Universe Season 3 - Episode 12
When Steven accidentally re-ignites an old feud between restaurant owners Fryman and Kofi, it is up to himself, along with the restaurant owners' kids, to try and stop the feud.
#34 - Buddy's Book
Steven Universe Season 4 - Episode 3
Steven visits the library with Connie and uncovers a long lost book.
#35 - Onion Gang
Steven Universe Season 4 - Episode 7
Steven discovers Onion's secret group of friends.
#36 - Spring Break Adventure
The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones Season 1 - Episode 6
It's 1916, and high school student Indiana Jones is living with his dad in Princeton, New Jersey, working as a soda jerk. Spring break is fast approaching, and all Indy can think of is taking his girlfriend Nancy (daughter of cliffhanger author Edward Stratemeyer) to the prom in a slick new Bugati. The car's foreign engine is impossible to get parts for, but a favor from a professor working at Thomas Edison's laboratory raises his hopes. His plans are sidetracked when a mysterious break-in, the theft of an electric motor, and rumors of German spies result in a mystery that only Indy and Nancy can unravel. Indy and his father then head to the southwest to visit family in Albuquerque. With his mischievous cousin Frank, Indy heads to Columbus, New Mexico to sew some wild oats when the town is suddenly attacked by Pancho Villa and his riders. Playing hero, Indy follows the Villistas into the desert and is soon taken captive. As a 16-year old itching for a good fight, Indy is stirred by Villa's words, and joins his cause, riding with the Villistas as General Pershing chases them throughout the desert. Indy meets and befriends the Belgian expatriate Remy, witnesses the intensity of a young George S. Patton, and also finds a murderer who escaped the law eight years earlier in Cairo in this adventure that sets the teenage Indy on a path that will lead him to war-torn Europe.