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Old 09-27-2019, 05:26 PM   #16
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That is what I said above and seems like the most plausible. We don't have enough footage to know for sure unless the show creative team gives out the information.

Yes, to the above inquiry, Chuck Lorre got his start by writing the TMNT(1987) theme song. There is also the connection he made with Charlie Sheen's Two and a Half Men character getting his start by writing said theme song.

Leonardo was the least popular? I thought it was Donatello that was most people's fourth of four which is why they injected the Rob Paulsen effect into Donatello that he brought to Raphael along with that crush on April.
The cartoon Leonardo wasn’t as popular among boys and tomboys as the action figures and first movie version of him. Children wanted action from the cartoon, so any turtle that spoke the most (the least active turtles) were the ones that they did not like seeing on the small screen.

Donatello invented vehicles and accessories the turtles could use against Shredder and the Foot Clan in the cartoon. All versions of Donatello were as loved then as they are now. Leo was hyper-masculine in the movie, so the first wave action figures were sold out until late in the fall of 1991 (after the craze officially died down).

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