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Cartoon Network Starts New “Teen Titans Go!” and “Ninjago” Episodes June 29, 2015

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Celebrate the 100th Episode of Teen Titans Go! with a Week of Premieres

Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu is Back to Join in the Fun

The Action-Packed Comedy Begins Monday, June 29 at 6 p.m. (ET/PT)

Cartoon Network’s hit series Teen Titans Go! delivers the laughs with a full week of new episodes culminating in the show’s very special 100th episode on Friday, July 3 at 6 p.m. (ET/PT).

Teen Titans Go! premieres every night at 6 p.m. (ET/PT). Episode highlights are below.

  • Monday, June 29: “Beast Man” – Beast Boy discovers he can transform into an adult man.
  • Tuesday, June 30: “Operation Tin Man”– Gizmo convinces the Titans he’s kidnapped Cyborg, when in reality Cyborg’s just hanging out in the HIVE tower with his girl Jinx. When Gizmogets annoyed by Cyborg’s constant presence, the two start a prank war.
  • Wednesday, July 1: “ Nean” – Raven is cursed to be nice; meanwhile, Starfire is about to marry a pot of chili.
  • Thursday, July 2: “Campfire Stories” – The Titans are having a terrible time on their camping trip, so Robin suggests that they each tell a scary campfire story.
  • Friday, July 3: “And the Award for Sound Design Goes to Rob”– **100th EPISODE** Raven just wants some piece and quiet for once, and accidentally makes a magical deal that eliminates all sounds.

Stay tuned to Cartoon Network for a brand-new episode of Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu every night at 6:30 p.m. (ET/PT). Episode highlights are below.

  • Monday, June 29: “Winds of Change” – Kai promises to watch over Lloyd when Lloyd fears the loss of his father will make the path ahead uncertain – but when Wu sends them out on an errand for his new Tea Farm, Lloyd goes on a solo mission…only to discover it’s a trap from a GHOST who’s escaped the Cursed Realm.
  • Tuesday, June 30: “Ghost Story”– When Moro gives chase to the Bounty and steals Wu’s staff, Wu shares the story of Moro: the boy who wanted to be the Green Ninja – and the Ninja discover Wu’s staff contained 3 symbols that lead to the Tomb of the First Spinjitzu Master which holds a mysterious relic that could alter the course of Ninjago.
  • Wednesday, July 1: “ Stix and Stones” – The Ninja travel to the Village of Stiix to find the thief who stole the scroll of Airjitzu, but when the self-serving Ronin isn’t keen to sell it cheaply, the Ninja must figure out a way to make money on the docks.
  • Thursday, July 2: “The Temple on Haunted Hill” – The Ninja hear of another way to learn Airjitzu – from the ghost of Sensei Yang at his haunted temple – but there’s a warning; if you are trapped in it by sunrise, you will become a ghost, too. Meanwhile, doubting she’s a Water Ninja, Nya quits her training to take Ronan to her Samurai X cave…but has a run in with Moro.
  • Friday, July 3: “Peak-a-Boo”– Now that the Ninja know Airjitzu, they get briefed about how the next stage to finding the tomb is to get ‘The Sword of Sanctuary’ from Cloud Kingdom, which can only be reached from the top of the Wailing Alps. The Ninja go on the treacherous mission up the tallest peak in blizzard conditions using their mechs, but Cole struggles with his ghostly form.
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