"Quantum Fun"Monday, Nov. 5 at 6 p.m. (ET/PT)
Robin tries again to tell the real origin story of the Teen Titans.
"The Fight"Tuesday, Nov. 6 at 6 p.m. (ET/PT)
Robin takes the other Titans on a trip through the dizzying world of quantum physics.
"The Groover"Wednesday, Nov. 7 at 6 p.m. (ET/PT)
Robin tries to teach the other Titans about real estate, but they're only interested in finding a villain to fight.
"Justice League's Next Top Talent Idol Star: Second Greatest Team Edition"Thursday, Nov. 8 at 6 p.m. (ET/PT)
Robin takes the Titans on an educational trip to the Grand Canyon.
Wednesday, Nov. 21 at 6 p.m. (ET/PT)
The Justice League holds another talent competition to find the second best superhero team in the world. The competition heats up and the Titans must find a way to beat the Hive Five.
11/17: It appears not even anyone from the original animated series is working on the TT vs. TTG DTV.Hello. Currently there are no planned episodes where Arella appears, but I personally have wanted us to do an episode where the Titans visit Azarath and are surprised when everyone calls her Rachel. Would also be a lot of fun to see more of Trigon's family members. Maybe some day...
After receiving a galactic crime alert the Titans take off for an epic space adventure. The Titans have to stop Darkseid's latest scheme but the excitement of the space adventure might be too much for Robin to handle.
You know they really should just have an episode where the Titans find out one another's official names. Since honestly it'd be funnier if they were all embarrassed by their actual names (Robin is Richard because they're not going to call him Dick; Beast Boy is Garfield and there's plenty of jokes they can do with that; Cyborg is Victor; Raven is Rachel and Starfire is Koriand'r which no one knows how to say properly) thus why they hid it from the others and constantly using those names to make jokes on the other. Seems like a good idea for an episode anyway.
Mannnnnnnnnn is my hype for TT vs TTG dropping. Sorry but if you are specifically signalling out two separate shows as having the crossover and still have people from those series available they should be the ones working on the crossover. Even if it was still overseen by one specific company just having everyone else involved and in the know (like what happened with OK KO's Crossover Nexus episode) will make the overall product better. I'm guessing the "Justice League Vs Teen Titans" and "Teen Titans: The Judas Contract" DTV teams is behind this one and those movies are fine but again those titans are their own thing while this is actually about the two shows so getting the people from those shows would really be best. Instead of this "oh we're just using the name of these series but not any of the actual people involved with working on them even though we so obviously could do that" thing we're getting instead.
I guess since they aren't ACTUALLY DC superheroes.Funny. In the talkback I was wondering why B.E.R. didn't show up.
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