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oldmanwinters 12-03-2017 04:49 PM

What episode did this old guy show up in and what was his name?
http://i.imgur.com/cOGj4vZ.jpg

CyberCubed 12-03-2017 04:52 PM

He appeared in at least 3 episodes, one of them is "The Big Zipp attack" from Season 4.

oldmanwinters 12-03-2017 04:55 PM

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Originally Posted by CyberCubed (Post 1732588)
He appeared in at least 3 episodes, one of them is "The Big Zipp attack" from Season 4.

Oh, wow, I had no idea he was a recurring character. Thanks for the tip!

CyberCubed 12-03-2017 04:56 PM

All his appearances were in Season 4, I think he was in Slash's debut episode too but I don't remember for sure.

oldmanwinters 12-03-2017 05:14 PM

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Originally Posted by CyberCubed (Post 1732592)
All his appearances were in Season 4, I think he was in Slash's debut episode too but I don't remember for sure.

Ah, and in Big Zipp Attack, his name is "Donald J. Lofty," and he dedicates the city's tallest tower. Not exactly subtle. I wonder how many Trump-jokes exist throughout the TMNT-multiverse? :lol:

cammy85 12-04-2017 10:26 AM

Donald J. Lofty appeared in three episodes. I believe the order is:

"The Big Zipp Attack"
"Slash, The Evil Turtle From Dimension X"
"Rebel Without A Fin"

Interesting character and he could've been a great ally especially had they kept him on throughout the Red Sky era.

oldmanwinters 12-04-2017 11:06 AM

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Originally Posted by cammy85 (Post 1732690)
Donald J. Lofty appeared in three episodes. I believe the order is:

"The Big Zipp Attack"
"Slash, The Evil Turtle From Dimension X"
"Rebel Without A Fin"

Interesting character and he could've been a great ally especially had they kept him on throughout the Red Sky era.

Indeed, and thanks!

Utrommaniac 12-04-2017 12:53 PM

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Originally Posted by oldmanwinters (Post 1732593)
I wonder how many Trump-jokes exist throughout the TMNT-multiverse? :lol:

Well, we already know of two :P

oldmanwinters 08-07-2018 09:37 AM

Here's a couple of animation cels I'm trying to identify by episode (Obviously, the backgrounds are just there for looks and not reflective of the original episodes):

http://i.imgur.com/4uJplfQl.jpg
Donatello's art style reminds me a lot of Season 2

http://i.imgur.com/UkGQgQLl.jpg
Bebop here looks great, so perhaps one of the better quality animation studios?

DarkFell 08-07-2018 11:06 AM

The first animation cel looks like it might have been used for the Attack Of The 50 Foot Irma episode.

However, I'm not entirely sure as to what episode the second animation cel was used for..
Maybe it's from The Ninja Sword of Nowhere?

oldmanwinters 08-07-2018 11:50 AM

Thanks for the tips, DarkFell! I'll look into those episodes!

MikeandRaph87 08-07-2018 11:55 AM

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Originally Posted by oldmanwinters (Post 1773054)
Thanks for the tips, DarkFell! I'll look into those episodes!

I watched a clip to confirm what was in my mind's eye and DarkFell is correct on Attack of The 50 Foot Irma. Donatello is mixing the antidote into a capsule in the image.

The one with Bebop is more generic and does not have indications of a specific episode like the equipment Donatello is using in the other image.

oldmanwinters 08-07-2018 12:19 PM

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Originally Posted by MikeandRaph87 (Post 1773056)
I watched a clip to confirm what was in my mind's eye and DarkFell is correct on Attack of The 50 Foot Irma. Donatello is mixing the antidote into a capsule in the image.

The one with Bebop is more generic and does not have indications of a specific episode like the equipment Donatello is using in the other image.

Thanks as well! I figured the Donatello would be the easier of the two! My first thought was "Splinter No More" but Irma's ice cream mix makes a lot of sense!

Utrommaniac 08-07-2018 04:26 PM

I'm making a new signature and I just need to make sure I get the scene right.

Namely, when Krang first reveals himself to humans on the television.
"This is Krang!...Hi."

EDIT:
Bah, just went with my gut.

oldmanwinters 08-09-2018 11:43 AM

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Originally Posted by Utrommaniac (Post 1773107)
I'm making a new signature and I just need to make sure I get the scene right.

Namely, when Krang first reveals himself to humans on the television.
"This is Krang!...Hi."

EDIT:
Bah, just went with my gut.

Are you thinking of the scene in "Welcome Back, Polarisoids" when Krang appears on a city jumbotron screen?
http://forums.thetechnodrome.com/sho...69&postcount=4

DarkFell 08-13-2018 01:35 PM

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Originally Posted by oldmanwinters (Post 1773308)
Are you thinking of the scene in "Welcome Back, Polarisoids" when Krang appears on a city jumbotron screen?

I think that Krang might have said what Utromaniac mentioned (minus the mention of Neutrinos) in Return Of The Technodrome, then he proceeded to threaten the people of New York with a stronger Technodrome-induced earthquake if they refused to leave the city.

Jukka 09-28-2018 12:50 PM

This may have been asked/answered already.

But did we ever see Casey Jones' face behind the mask in original cartoon?

Icebot 09-28-2018 01:55 PM

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Originally Posted by Jukka (Post 1777990)
This may have been asked/answered already.

But did we ever see Casey Jones' face behind the mask in original cartoon?

His face was never shown.

Jukka 09-28-2018 02:46 PM

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Originally Posted by Icebot (Post 1778010)
His face was never shown.

Thanks. I only remembered him with the mask. But wasn't sure.

ranger_scout 10-01-2018 09:16 PM

This video has some clips from episodes I don't know if I've seen.

What episode is the footage from 0:35 to 0:58? What about 2:17 to 2:43?


oldmanwinters 10-01-2018 09:45 PM

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Originally Posted by ranger_scout (Post 1778482)
What episode is the footage from 0:35 to 0:58? What about 2:17 to 2:43?

Superhero for a Day, I think.

April saved the day via the "cut the power" gag on at least three different occasions, also including "The Mean Machines" and "Invasion of the Turtle Snatchers" ("every kid's toy has batteries").

Quote:

Originally Posted by ranger_scout (Post 1778482)
What about 2:17 to 2:43?

Planet of the Turtles

cammy85 10-02-2018 03:33 PM

I should've known!! The first one is from Superhero For A Day and the second is from "Planet of the Turtles", one of my all-tie favorite episodes. :) Actually, the first is pretty good too!! These are among Season 4's episodes that were added to syndication while the CBS run was in Season 5 or 6.

oldmanwinters 12-11-2019 11:37 AM

What episode was it where Splinter instructs Donatello with a lesson about the art of "Woo Wee" (not sure about the spelling) which he describes as the art of doing nothing and letting evil crumble under its own weight?
I remember it has a strange pay-off in the end of the episode.

EDIT:
Ah, apparently it happened in "Rock around the Block," and the technique is spelled "Wu Wei."

FredWolfLeonardo 12-11-2019 11:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by oldmanwinters (Post 1828684)
What episode was it where Splinter instructs Donatello with a lesson about the art of "Woo Wee" (not sure about the spelling) which he describes as the art of doing nothing and letting evil crumble under its own weight?
I remember it has a strange pay-off in the end of the episode.

EDIT:
Ah, apparently it happened in "Rock around the Block," and the technique is spelled "Wu Wei."

I thought the concept of Wu Wei was such a giant cop out, but seeing General Traag take on all 4 turtles and take the spotlight was definetly a treat.

oldmanwinters 12-17-2019 12:39 PM

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Originally Posted by FredWolfLeonardo (Post 1828833)
I thought the concept of Wu Wei was such a giant cop out, but seeing General Traag take on all 4 turtles and take the spotlight was definetly a treat.

At the very least, "Wu Wei" does rhyme with Splinter's other sacred Foot Clan technique... the "Cur-Lee/Kur-Li" manuever.

oldmanwinters 01-16-2020 01:49 PM

I had assumed Splinter was never shown eating pizza in the Fred Wolf cartoon series, on account of the fact that his distaste for it was a major plot point in the episode "The Old Switcheroo."

Yet, there are few seconds near the end of "The Mean Machines" where he is chowing down on the pizza with the Turtles and April:
http://i.imgur.com/XpxmMacl.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/3odek2ol.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/KxwljcZl.jpg

Where there any other episodes where Splinter eats pizza?


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