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RoyalRubble

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Use this thread to discuss the 4th Season of Cartoon Network's hit show, Teen Titans Go!.

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Teen Titans Go! "Shrimps and Prime Rib"
Episode Debut - October 20th, 2016
Written by - Ben Gruber
Directed by - Dave Stone

The Titans try to remember how to be superheroes in order to stop The Brain.

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The second episode in a row they tried to remind us what the Teen Titans used to be. I don't know what they are going for, are they trying to mock the fans of the old show, or realize we need more action, but it is to late now.

The only nip pick for this episode, it should have been Batman at the end, it should have been the Doom Patrol, did the writers even read the comics or watch the old show, they would know the Doom Patrol was the Brain's arch nemesis, and we had season 5 premiere establish and the Titans finish there fight, I know Batman is more well known, but still.

How come the rest of the Brotherhood of Evil haven't been on the show, I mean there is no reason Madame Rogue can't be on the show, she is voiced by one of the regular cast member. Granted so is Blackfire, and she has only been in like one episode.

I watched this episode, and right after that I watched DC Super Hero Girls short, and shows the difference, DCSHG is what TTG is trying to do, but done so much better, both trying to do a parody of super hero shows and not take it self so serious, but I think DCSHG does a better job of balancing the humor, but not forget it is about super heroes. TTG can learn from that, no one is saying it has to be all serious and dark, you can still have humor, DCSHG as well as the original TT are examples of it done right.
 
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And yet TTG is Cartoon Network's most watched show, so obviously it's been done exactly right.

TTG is gleefully, shamelessly subversive, and despite the angst of adult viewers with arrested development eating too many 'member berries' (South Park reference) downvoting the show into pseudo-oblivion on imdb and other such communities, TTG remains outrageously successful with the only viewers that actually matter: the kids of today.

It should also be noted that the returning voice-cast for TTG clearly enjoys the new style and tone. Frankly their voice-acting in TTG shows more enthusiasm than it ever did in the original series. They seem to be just as gleeful about the self-aware, unapologetic parody as the writers themselves.
 
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The Titans forgetting how to be superheroes was a pretty dumb concept, but I think they managed to work in some amusing gags throughout the episode. I was wondering how big of a role the shrimps and prime rib would play in this story...

The ending with all the other hero cameos was probably the best part.
 

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Tune in to a new Teen Titans Go! episode, tonight at 6:00PM ET on Cartoon Network!

Teen Titans Go! "Halloween Vs. Christmas"
Episode Debut - October 27th, 2016
Written by - Ben Gruber
Directed by - Luke Cormican

When Santa tries to take over Halloween, it's up to the Titans and a few ghouls to stop him.

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Is this the first time Santa tried to steal a holiday, that plot sounds familiar, the Titans have dealt with Santa before, I don't remember why.

You don't see to many kids show that make Santa the villain, unless it is a very religious show.
 

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Oh dang! Dracula drained Rudolph...

Is this the first time Santa tried to steal a holiday, that plot sounds familiar, the Titans have dealt with Santa before, I don't remember why.

You don't see to many kids show that make Santa the villain, unless it is a very religious show.
Tried to steal Easter, Valentine's Day, St. Patrick's Day, Thanksgiving, President's Day, Arbor Day, Hanukkah, Cinco de Mayo, Purim, Groundhog Day, and Halloween last season.
 

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Teen Titans Go! "Booby Trap House"
Episode Debut - November 3rd, 2016
Written by - Ben Gruber
Directed by - Dave Stone

After being left alone at home, Cyborg and Starfire booby trap the tower for safety.

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Did I just see a Home Alone parody with the Teen Titans, I mean really?

Well when they driving through the desert, I half expected them to run into Period and Steven during the time they were chasing that corrupted gem. LOL
 

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The first part was pretty lame, with Cyborg & Starfire acting so immature and keeping Robin awake all night with those bird noises; it was just annoying.

The second part was pretty funny, the booby traps they came up with were ridiculous but did get the job done properly. The ending was kind of abrupt though, I was expecting them to realize the monsters were the other Titans.

The bit with the tangerines was fun, I also liked how easily it was solved, too. "Oh, here they are". :p
 

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The second part was pretty funny, the booby traps they came up with were ridiculous but did get the job done properly. The ending was kind of abrupt though, I was expecting them to realize the monsters were the other Titans.
Yeah, figured it would the Home Alone 'reunion' ending undercut by some random TTG ending like the grizzly bear grabbing Robin.
 

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Tune in to a new Teen Titans Go! episode, tonight at 6:00PM ET on Cartoon Network!

Teen Titans Go! "Fish Water"
Episode Debut - November 17th, 2016
Written by: Christopher Gentile
Directed by: Luke Cormican

Starfire wins a goldfish at the carnival and vows to keep it alive.

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