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Episode 168: Combat Land
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Stressbar's Nerd
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Jennifer Darling: Irma Langinstein
Pat Fraley: Shogun Robot
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Black Knight Robot
Renae Jacobs: April O'Neil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Denton Nulcet
Peter Renaday: Vernon Fenwick
Unknown Voice Actor: Horatio Stressbar

Mistakes:
1. When Leonardo searches for Michelangelo alone, he's colored as Raphael.
2. Even though the Turtles' weapons were banned when they first entered Combat Land, their weapons are shown on their belts throughout parts of the remainder of the episode.
3. Leonardo grunted in Raphael's voice when he attacked the Shogun with his staff.
4. When Leonardo used his katana to destroy the robot's control unit, it looked like a safety katana.
5. Even though Medieval warriors carried broadswords in that era, Michelangelo took a katana into the Medieval zone.
6. While Donatello and Raphael fight the robots in the final battle in front of Irma and Vernon, Raphael becomes Leonardo.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Donatello says "Cowabunga" as he and Leonardo lifts an awning during the battle in the center of Combat Land.
2. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" as he tosses his own clone to a wall.

Pizza References:
1. Raphael asks Michelangelo if he has enough pizzas and videos at the start of the episode, and Donatello and Raphael are seen carrying about a dozen pizza boxes each.
2. After the Turtles return to the Lair, Donatello and Raphael are seen eating those pizzas.
3. Raphael figured that Michelangelo went striaght for the nearest pizza stand after the Turtles and April discover that Michelangelo is missing.
4. When Leonardo decides to relax after the Turtles return to the lair, a piece of pizza is visible on a plate on the table in front of the sofa.

Pop Culture References:
1. When Stressbar's Nerd says "Golden Mongoose" to open a door, this is in reference to the character from the mythological Indian epic Mahabharata.
2. After Irma says that the doors at Combat Land are voice activated, Michelangelo tells Irma to pump up the volume on her Channel 6 Newscam, refrencing a 1987 pop song by M/A/R/R/S.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Raphael says that he always knew that this show was educational after Donatello explains what steam does to the city.
2. After a flashback scene of Donatello covering a Future Zone Robot with bucket is shown with Donatello explaining it, Raphael says that he just saw it in a flashback.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Future Zone Robot Motorcycle
2. Combat Land's Robots
3. Denton Nulcet's Duplicator

Kidnappings:
1. Michelangelo is kidnapped by the Black Knight and is glued to a wall in Denton Nulcet's lab where he is duplicated.
2. Irma and Vernon get locked into a room after getting captured by Future Zone robots.
3. Leonardo is kidnapped by a Michelangelo clone and taken to Denton Nuclet's lab.
4. Michelangelo uses his grappling hook to tie up Stressbar's nerds.

Notable:
Final appearance of the "enemy attack" background music.


Episode 169: Shredder Triumphant!
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Shredder, Blue Dimension X Alien
Jennifer Darling: Irma Langinstein, Zwerk
Pat Fraley: Krang, Burne Thompson
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop, Weesel
Renae Jacobs: April O'Neil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick, General Traag, Hairy Dimension X Alien, News Reporter
Unknown Voice Actor: The Great Chaarg

Mistakes:
1. Shredder and his mutants arrived outside the museum in an amphibious module, but when they escape, it's a Transport Module. Also, the back of the module spins, which isn't normal either.
2. As the Technodrome drives on its own towards the portal, it's tilted 45 degrees twice. Plus, the tank tracks don't even touch the ground as it moves.
3. When Rocksteady forces April, Vernon, and Irma to the window, Rocksteady's pants are seen when the shot shows the long way down.
4. Irma shoots Krang's android body, which shows damage, but as Krang Shredder, and his mutants escape, Krang's body is undamaged.
5. When Michelangelo tells Shredder to bring Leonardo and Raphael back to earth to fight them, their colors are switched.
6. Before Krang opened the portal to allow General Traag and his Rock Soldiers to Earth, he is seen standing next to Traag.
7. When Shredder, Rocksteady, and Bebop arrived at the museum, the Amphibious Module had no seats.
8. Donatello's bo strapping is brown when he uses the remote control to send the Technodrome to Dimension X.
9. The episode takes place during the day, but in the live report of April reporting at the Asian art museum, it is night.
10. Splinter's yellow left kimono patch is missing several times in this episode.
11. Krang's Android's hands are flesh colored when he and his Rock Soldiers march towards city hall.
12. Krang's Android hands are flesh colored when he stands in front of Burne and Vernon inside the Channel 6 building. Plus, the triangle above Krang is upside down, pointing upwards.
13. When April and Irma walk to the Channel 6 News Van, the center of the "6" on the left side is blue instead of red and white.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Michelangelo says Cowabunga as his swings on his grappling hook to knock down Rocksteady and Bebop at the art museum.
2. Shredder says "Destroy those wretched reptiles" while in battle with the Turtles at the art museum. Leonardo responds by calling Shredder Shredhead.
3. Shredder refers to the Turtles as wretched reptiles right before Bebop and Rocksteady shove them into Dimension X.
4. Shredder refers to the Turtles as accursed Turtles after they are shoved into Dimension X.
5. Michelangelo says "Holy guacamole" after he first sees the Great Chaarg.
6. Donatello calls Shredder Shredhead when he talks to him on the Transdimensional Communicator. Shredder responds by calling the Turtles miserable reptiles.
7. At the end of that same conversation, Raphael calls Shredder Shredhead and Shredder responds by calling the Turtles wretched reptiles.
8. The Turtles say "Turtle Power" as they return from Dimension X to fight Shredder.
9. Krang refers to all of the good guys as fools after Michelangelo, Donatello, April and Irma leave him stranded and head towards the Technodrome.
10. Irma calls Shredder Shredhead when she fires her gun and knocks one of the swords from him.
11. Krang says "Oh no" after the Technodrome enters Dimension X.

Pizza References:
1. Michelangelo is eating a slice of pizza as they are watching April's report at the art museum.
2. The pizza billboard next to the Channel 6 building is visible six times in this episode.
3. A clone of Krang turns into Michelangelo who says that he could go for a pizza after General Traag talks to him.

Pop Culture References:
1. After the news report with the space shuttle, Raphael says to Donatello that they've fallen for the old Double Jeopardy trick, which is both a criminal law and also the second round of the game show Jeopardy!
2. Weesel calls the Turtles pixies, a small flying creature in folklore as they exit his spaceship.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
Raphael explains to the other Turtles the process of stopping the Technodrome by having all say out loud to break in, fight the Foot Soldiers, disconnect the power device, and escape with it as if had been done so many times in this series.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Weesel's Spaceship
2. The Sentinels Spaceships and Master Control Bunker
3. The Bunker's Transdimensional Communicator
4. Krang's Holographic Cloaking Device

Kidnappings:
1. The Turtles get cuffed up when Leonardo attempts to disconnect a power source in the Technodrome.
2. Zwerk gets handcuffed and put into slavery for The Great Chaarg.
3. Bebop and Rocksteady tie up April, Irma, and Vernon to seats inside the Channel 6 building.
4. Splinter ties up Rocksteady and Bebop in April's office as he comes to rescue the Channel 6 Crew.

Notables:
1. This is the last episode of Season 7 and the final one in which the sky is predominantly blue. It is also the final appearance of the second introductory sequence, the original theme song, the main battle theme, and the elevator shaft credits.
2. Final episode in which April wears her yellow jumpsuit.
3. Final episode in which Townsend Coleman voices Shredder.
4. Final episode in which Krang uses his Android body. He won't reappear in it again until Turtles Forever.
5. Final episode in which the Technodrome is under the ocean and on Earth, and the first time that it seriously threatens the city since "The Big Blow Out". It is also the first appearance in Dimension X since "My Brother, the Bad Guy" without counting the Vacation in Europe episodes and "April Gets in Dutch" when counting the European Vacation episodes for Season 7.
6. Final appearance of the Amphibious Modules.
7. Final appearance of the Channel 6 News Van.
8. Final appearance of the original Channel 6 News Studio, April's Channel 6 office, and the Channel 6 lobby.
9. Final appearance of the "someone's coming" background music.
10. Final appearance of the Foot Soldiers.
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Episode 170: Get Shredder!
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady, Chemistry Worker
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Car Thief Boss, Police Unit 7 Voice #1
Jim Cummings: Drakus/Berserko
Pat Fraley: Krang, Burne Thompson
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop, Police Unit 7 Voice #2
Renae Jacobs: April O'Neil
Bill Martin: Shredder
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, First Thug
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick

Mistake:
On the closing credits for this season and next, under the Voice Talent section, Renae Jacobs is incorrectly spelled Renae Jacbos.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Shredder refers to the Turtles as miserable shellbacks when they first encounter them in this episode.
2. After Bebop's firearm fails to fire, Donatello refers to Shredder as Shredhead.
3. Shredder calls Leonardo a pathetic freak in their sword duel in front of the Hall of Science.
4. Leonardo calls Shredder a miserable maggot after he destroys the Channel 6 building.
5. Shredder calls the Turtles wretched teenage punks during the final battle with the Turtles.
6. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga dude" after the Turtles knock down Shredder during the climax.

Pizza References:
None in this episode.

Pop Culture References:
1. The 1964 World's Fair in New York is referenced in this episode.
2. After Beserko appears, Raphael compares Shredder to a pussycat, which was also the name of a Batman character in the 1960s TV series.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Shredder looks at the camera and says that he'll have to resort to bluffing after he sees that Rocksteady and Bebop are powerless.
2. Leonardo says that the Berserko character grabbed Krang after the Turtles' Turtlecom conversation with Shredder.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Berserko's Annihilator
2. Taiwan Laser Generator
3. Berserko's Cyberdrones

Kidnappings:
1. The Turtles kidnap the Car Thief boss by having Michelangelo, Raphael, and Donatello trap two of his thugs with tires and then Leonardo ties a chain around the boss and hangs him by raising a pulley.
2. Rocksteady and Bebop tie up two Chemists while Shredder retrieves some chemicals.
3. Rocksteady and Bebop carry April and Irma into a control room with Vernon and Burne and locks them up. They are presumably saved by Splinter right before the Channel 6 building implodes.
4. Berserko ties up Krang using several belts and hangs him from a pole in the Hall of Science.
5. Michelangelo ties up Shredder, Bebop, and Rocksteady after the Turtles defeated them in battle. However, they escape.
6. Berserko is tied up by the Turtles after he is defeated in his Annihilator.

Notables:
1. First episode of Season 8 and of the "Red Sky Era", because throughout the remainder of the series, the predominant color of the sky on Earth is red.
2. This debuts the third introductory sequence and second theme song. The new introductory sequence incorporates scenes from episodes of this season along with some shots of the 1990 live action film. With regards to the song, the lyrics are changed to:

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (3x)
Turtle Power!

They're the world's most fearsome fighting team!
They're Heroes in a Halfshell and they're green!
When the evil Shredder attacks
Turtles Fight Back!

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (3x)
Turtle Power!

3. For the remainder of the series, Krang is in his Bubble Walker, because his Android Body was heavily damaged in the previous episode. This is likely because Krang was not able to fix it without the resources available in the Technodrome as he is stranded on Earth.
4. First episode in which William E. (Bill) Martin voices the Shredder, who will voice him for the remainder of the series.
5. April's eyes change to hazel for this season, and now wears a brown jacket with a green undershirt and more casual yellow pants.
6. New background music is introduced to reflect the darker tone of the series.
7. For the rest of the series, the Turtles' holes in their bandanas are larger and more of a diamond shape to give them a darker appearance. Their belts are also a lighter shade of brown, and finally, their teeth are more frequently visible.
8. Final appearance of the original Channel 6 building.
9. First appearance of the Hall of Science building.
10. For the rest of the series, the Turtles' Lair is dominated by a color scheme of violet bricks and aqua floors and couch. Their living room now has a white tiled floor.
11. Irma appears but does not speak in this episode.
12. This episode debuts the fourth closing credits outro, consisting of a picture of the Turtles on the street with a shortened instrumental of the new introductory theme.


Episode 171: Wrath of the Rat King
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Rat King
Pat Fraley: Krang, Burne Thompson, Policeman #1
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop, Policeman #2
Renae Jacobs: April O'Neil
Bill Martin: Shredder
Rob Paulsen: Raphael
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick, General Traag, Channel 6 Announcer

Mistake:
The Turtles said that Shredder had the Retromutagen Ray gun, but in Revenge of the Fly, Leonardo destroyed it.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Raphael wonders if its Krang and Shredhead who is inside the Hall of Science as the Turtles and April head towards the building.
2. As Bebop launches a bomb from atop the Hall of Science on the Turtles, Rocksteady calls the Turtles crummy.
3. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" as he launches his grappling hook to a pole atop the Hall of Science building.
4. Krang refers to Rocksteady and Bebop as lamebrains when he discovers that he needs assistance for his Shockwave.
5. The Turtles say "Turtle Power" as they agree to find Shredder's Retromutagen Ray (See mistake No. 1)
6. The Rat King calls Krang, Shredder, Bebop, and Rocksteady pathetic fools as they try to get a hold of the Shockwave.
7. The Rat King calls the Turtles disgusting reptiles as they interfere his plans while he possesses the Shockwave.
8. The Turtles say "Go Green Machine" after they captured The Rat King.
9. Burne tells April to "go go go" down to the mail room after her report about the Rat King's defeat.

Pizza Reference:
After the Turtles flee from the Hall of Science, they park the Turtle Van in front of a pizzeria in which the storefront sign says "Pizza".

Pop Culture References:
1. Raphael calls Shredder a Megalomaniac, which is derived from Megalomania, which is a 1975 song by Black Sabbath and a 1989 science fiction novel by Ian Wallace.
2. Raphael responds to April's Turtlecom by saying that the Agony of Defeat, a phrase popularized by ski jumper Vinko Bogataj in 1970 when it was used in the opening in ABC's Wide World of Sports has happened to the turtles.
3. The Westmore Research Center may have been named for Michael Westmore and his family, who are famous Hollywood make-up artists.
4. On Vernon's report after the Turtles failed for the third time in this episode, he says that the Turtles are the enemies of Law and Order, in reference to the long-running crime drama series.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
None in this episode.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Krang's Shockwave
2. Bebop and Rocksteady's Orange Catapult Gizmo and missiles

Kidnappings:
1. Rocksteady and Bebop kidnap two security guards at the Westmore Research Center.
2. the Turtles tie up The Rat King after defeating him in battle.

Notables:
1. Final appearance of the Rat King. Since he avoided getting captured by the Turtles in this series, he is finally brought to justice.
2. First appearance of the second, smaller Channel 6 building.
3. First appearance of April's red Dodge Viper.
4. Final appearance of pizza.
5. The Technodrome is seen caught in a black hole in Dimension X.
6. The water in the sewers has a slimy green color, very unlike the blue or greenish blue earlier in the series.
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Episode 172: State of Shock
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Megavolt's Ninja, Police Officer #2
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Colonel Wesley Knight
Jennifer Darling: Irma Langinstein
Pat Fraley: Burne Thompson
Barry Gordon: Donatello
Renae Jacobs: April O'Neil
Tony Jay: Alex Winter/Megavolt
Rob Paulsen: Raphael
Peter Renaday: Vernon Fenwick, Police Officer #1

Mistakes:
1. In this episode and many others throughout the Red Sky era, there are tall mountains and no rivers drawn around the city, very unrepresentative of New York's topography.
2. From right after Leonardo's Turtlecom call with April until near the end of the Turtles' first battle with Alex Winters, Raphael is only seen with one sai.
3. Raphael speaks to Megavolt saying that he'll prove by being the best Ninjas in Leonardo's voice.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. The Turtles say "Turtle Power" as they jump out of the Turtle Van on top of the Emeryville Power Station.
2. Burne tells April to "go go go" to the Green Power Plant after he suspects the Turtles are invading it.
3. Alex Winter calls the Turtles fools as he fires some electrical charges right before Michelangelo knocks him down from his grappling hook.
4. Megavolt refers to the Turtles as puny insects while the Turtles are sitting or grabbing on him.
5. Colonel Knight calls Leonardo a scum after he tells him that Dark Water's power source is associated with Alex Winter.
6. April says "What a Story" right after Donatello and Michelangelo exit the Turtle Van during the final battle with Megavolt.
7. Michelangelo says Cowabunga right before the time bomb explodes.

Pop Culture References:
1. The title of this episode is also the title of a 1984 song by the Jacksons featuring Michael Jackson and a 1979 Ted Nugent album.
2. During the battle with Alex Winter's Ninjas at the top of the Power Station, Michelangelo says that this is no place for Roughousing, in reference to the Wolverine character Roughouse.
3. When Leonardo asks for a way to stop Megavolt as the Turtles peek inside the Green Power Building, Raphael responds with "waltzing in" after the dance.
4. Dark Water/D.W. Furniture may have been named for the 1920 book Darkwater: Voices From Within the Veil by W.E.B. Du Bois.
5. As Colonel Knight and his officers invade on the Turtles, Raphael calls him a meathead, which is also the name of the alley cat from Tom and Jerry.
6. Raphael calls Megavolt "grunge face", after the musical genre grunge right before Donatello and Michelangelo grab the time bomb.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
Michelangelo says "Talk about a slick exit" after Alex Winters' Ninjas retreat from the Power Station.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Donatello's Writing Decoder
2. Megavolt's High-Capacity Battery
3. D W Furniture's highly concentrated form of energy
4. The Aircraft Hangar's Time Bomb

Kidnappings:
Colonel Knight and his officers locks up the Turtles at Dark Water's headquarters.

Notables:
1. Final appearance of Irma.
2. A potion of the sky, especially around the moon is blue in the exterior shot of Dark Water headquarters right after the Channel 6 scene with April, Irma, and Burne.


Episode 173: Cry H.A.V.O.C.!
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, OverDrive, Magma
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Police Officer, Amok
Pat Fraley: Burne Thompson, Titanus, Raptor
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Red Masked Thief, Seizure
Renae Jacobs: April O'Neil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, HighBeam
Peter Renaday: Vernon Fenwick, Museum Thief

Mistake:
Raphael is seen with Leonardo's colors when Titanus says to them that he and Donatello have turned against him.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Michelangelo says Cowabunga as he falls from the historical museum, and then says Holy Guacamole as he is rescued by Raptor.
2. Titanus calls the Turtles pathetic reptiles after the Turtles arrive at the Mutation Generator's lab.

Pop Culture References:
1. H.A.V.O.C. was possibly named for the vehicle of the same name from the GI Joe: A Real American Hero toyline. However the title of this episode is likely epynomous with the 1942 film starring Margaret Sullavan and Ann Sothern.
2. OverDrive's "like taking candy from a baby" quote after stealing some weapons in front of the Turtles and policemen comes from the 1965 Len Barry song "1-2-3".
3. Burne says that he doesn't understand how he could give the FCC, or Federal Communications Commission to allow time to air a bunch of mutants after they enter the Channel 6 station.
4. One of the chemicals in a science lab that Leonardo and Michelangelo use is nitroglycerin, a liquid commonly used in manufacturing explosives and used for treating heart conditions such as angina and chronic heart failure.
5. Michelangelo calls OverDrive a Speed Demon, who was originally a comic book superhero known as the Whizzer/Robery Frank right before he defeats OverDrive.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Raphael tells Leonardo to end the "civic lesson" after he sees that Amok and OverDrive are breaking the law as Amok lifts up a police car.
2. Raphael says "Now doesn't that sound sinister" after April says from Donatello's Turtlecom about how H.A.V.O.C. will tape an anti-rebuttal about the mysterious abductions.
3. Michelangelo says "Does this mean the show will only be half as long next week" after the Turtles split into pairs.
4. After Leonardo asks if H.A.V.O.C. is a friendly club, Raphael says "Ok, we've got the moral of the episode already!"

Wacky Invention:
H.A.V.O.C's Mutation Generator

Kidnappings:
1. The Turtles tie up the masked thieves after attempting to steal loot from a jewelry store.
2. Titanus kidnaps April and Burne at the Channel 6 station by using his claws to fire lasers, tying them up.
3. A man is shown sealed and lying down in a mutant generator, where he is mutated into Magma.
4. Raphael and Donatello are thrown into H.A.V.O.C.'s garbage chute after Titanus tells them that they've turned against his offerings.

Notables:
1. The Turtles' Lair is not seen in this episode.
2. First appearance of H.A.V.O.C, Titanus, Amok, OverDrive, Raptor, Seizure, HighBeam, and Magma.
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Episode 174: H.A.V.O.C. in the Streets
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Prison Con/Synapse
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Amok
Pat Fraley: Burne Thompson, Titanus, Raptor
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Seizure
Renae Jacobs: April O'Neil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, HighBeam
Peter Renaday: Vernon Fenwick

Mistakes:
None in this episode.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Titanus refers to the Turtles as wretched Turtles after he discusses the Sky Platform.
2. Michelangelo says Cowabunga as the Turtles take off in the spaceship.
3. HighBeam calls his H.A.V.O.C. mutants fools as the Sky Platform starts to go down.
4. Michelangelo says Cowabunga as the Turtles jump from the Sky Platform right before it crashes.

Pop Culture References:
1. Raphael makes a pool/billiards reference when he says "8 ball and the intake" inside the Aerospace Plant.
2. As Synapse flees the Turtles after they destroy the forklift, Raphael says that Synapse is like Greased Lightnin', in reference to the song from the movie Grease.
3. Raphael calls Synapse an overweight Gloworm, after the toy by Hasbro right before Leonardo knocks him down with the deflection of his katana.
4. After the Turtles land in the water after jumping from the Sky Platform, Raphael says "Anyone bring a Rubber Duckie?", referencing the Sesame Street character and song.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
After the Turtles exit the Aerospace Plant, Donatello says that he thought that Shredder and Krang are masters of the fast exit.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Titanus' Flux Transformer
2. Titanus' Sky Platform
3. Seizure's Comlink

Kidnappings:
1. At the Aerospace Plant, Leonardo gets cuffed by a machine, Donatello gripped by an industrial claw, and Raphael gets grabbed by a claw and trapped inside a box, thanks to Synapse's electrical powers.
2. Michelangelo is kidnapped by HighBeam and Seizure and is tied up to a wall inside the Aerospace Plant.

Notables:
1. OverDrive and Magma do not appear in this episode.
2. Final appearance of the second Channel 6 station and the Channel 6 Newscopter.
3. Final appearance of Vernon and the final physical appearance of Burne.
4. The person that mutates into Synapse is the same criminal in which the Turtles defeated in "Get Shredder".
5. Shredder and Krang are mentioned but do not appear in this episode.
6. One of the cues used in this episode was originally used in Season 5.


Episode 175: Enter: Krakus
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, OverDrive, Magma
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Amok
Pat Fraley: Titanus, Raptor
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Seizure
Renae Jacobs: April O'Neil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, HighBeam
Peter Renaday: Military Guard
Unknown Voice Actor: Krakus

Mistake:
As Donatello and Michelangelo exit the Turtle Van, Michelangelo's "M" briefly turns into a "D".

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. HighBeam says that Titanus will decide the meddling Reporter's fate after OverDrive kidnapps April.
2. As the mutated Krakus arrives at the steel mill, he refers to the H.A.V.O.C. mutants as mutant scum.
3. Krakus refers to the H.A.V.O.C. mutants as mutant trash right as some of the mutants go through the TimeGate.

Pop Culture Reference:
Krakus was probably named for the legendary Polish prince of the same name who founded Krakow, Poland's second largest city.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Raphael says "So much for that dramatic entrance" after the Turtles enter H.A.V.O.C. headquarters and see that no mutants are attacking immediately.
2. Donatello tells Raphael that its a prerecorded message as the Turtles listen to Titanus inside H.A.V.O.C. headquarters.

Wacky Inventions:
1. The Mutation Generators' Duration Timer
2. Titanus' TimeGate
3. Krakus' TimeCop

Kidnappings:
1. OverDrive uses his rope to tie up April after Krakus' powers are stolen. She is later taken to a steel mill where she is set to be lowered into lava.
2. Krakus is thown into the sewers by H.A.V.O.C. and is later seen trapped under asphalt rubble.

Notables:
1. Final appearance of H.A.V.O.C., Titanus, Amok, OverDrive, Raptor, Seizure, Highbeam, and Magma.
2. Final episode that beins with Enter: in its title.
3. At four episodes, the longest stretch in the series without Master Splinter concludes with this episode.
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Episode 176: Cyber-Turtles!
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Pat Fraley: Krang, Casey Jones, Burne Thompson*
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop, Goon #2
Renae Jacobs: April O'Neil
Bill Martin: Shredder
Rob Paulsen: Raphael
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Goon#1
Unknown Voice Actor: Commander Korak, Glaxxons, Police Officers, National Space Exploration Center Sceintist

Mistake:
April's eyes are black instead of greenish blue right before she answers her pager.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Michelangelo says "Holy Guacamole" after the Turtles see the Glaxxons transform via the Cyber Suits.
2. A Glaxxon calls Cyber Raphael and Cyber Donatello meddlers when they have trouble figuring out how to activate the weapon systems.
3. After the alarm goes off inside the Hall of Science, Krang says "Oh no."
4. Cyber Michelangelo calls Shredder Shredhead when he and Cyber Leonardo approach him.
5. Krang calls Casey and April meddling fools right before Casey knocks Krang down.

Pop Culture References:
1. During the fight with the goons, Raphael says "A fool and is chain are soon parted", in reference to the famous expression "A fool and his money are soon parted", first used in the 16th century by the poet Thomas Tusser.
2. Donatello tells April that what she got on tape from the first fight is enough to convince Burne that they're on the side of Law and Order, referring to the long-running crime show.
3. After the Turtles get tied up by the Glaxxons, Michelangelo says that the Turtles come in friendship and all that jazz, in reference to the song "All That Jazz" from the 1975 musical Chicago.
4. As Cyber Donatello and Cyber Raphael approach the Cyber Glaxxons, Raphael calls one of them an overstuffed alley cat. Alley cat is the name of a Bent Fabric song, a 1984 action film, a 1983 video game, and also a Los Angeles punk band.
5. When Casey fights Shredder, Shredder calls him a vigilante, which is the title of a DC comics character along with a 1988 arcade game.
6. Cyber Raphael calls the gold and grey Glaxxon "furrball", which is also the name of a Tiny Toons character.
7. Cyber Leonardo says "Dream On", the title of a 1973 Aerosmith song right before he arrives inside the Hall of Science to defeat Shredder and his Mutants.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
None in this episode.

Wacky Inventions:
1. The Cyber Suits
2. Glaxxon's Space Ship
3. The Astro-Viewer Telescope
4. The Firestar
5. The Hall of Science' Main Laser
6. Shredder's Stun Grenade

Kidnappings:
1. The Turtles tie up three goons on the opening battle using Michelangelo's grappling hook.
2. A Glaxxon ties up the Turtles inside their Space Ship, and are then taken away and locked up.

Notables:
*1. Final appearance of Burne, whose voice is only heard on April's radio.
2. Final appearance of Casey Jones.
3. Final episode which involves new figures from a toyline (Playmates' Cyber Samurai action figures).
4. The Cyber Suits also appeared in Archie Comics' Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures #62-66.
5. Final episode in which April has her original hairstyle and in which her jacket is buttoned.
6. Beserko is mentioned but does not appear in this episode.
7. Donatello removes his belt initial and it is revealed to be a mirror.
8. Final episode released onto VHS by Family Home Entertainment, in 1996.


Episode 177: Turtle Trek
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Pat Fraley: Krang
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop
Bill Martin: Shredder
Rob Paulsen: Raphael
Peter Renaday: Splinter, General Traag
Unknown Voice Actor: Gargon, The Wrecking Crew, Bolerafon Alien

Mistakes:
1. The exterior of the Technodrome is an orangish-brown color instead of white in this episode.
2. The Turtles' belt initials are missing right as they bust into the Hall of Science early in the episode.
3. Donatello speaks with Raphael's voice when he tells Michelangelo that they're in the middle of nowhere as the Turtles approach the Technodrome.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Shredder calls Rocksteady and Bebop fools at the start of the episode.
2. Raphael calls Shredder Shredhead when the Turtles enter the Power Relay Station.
3. Michelangelo asks Gargon where Shredhead is after the Turtles and Gargon take care of some Dimension X creatures.
4. Shredder calls the Turtles accursed enemies right as he prepares to use his Retromutagen Cannon.
5. Leonardo calls Shredder "Chrome Dome" right as the Turtles launch a ship for takeoff near the Technodrome.
6. As Michelangelo and Leonardo dump Shredder into the chemical vat inside the Technodrome, Michelangelo says "Sayonara Shredhead."
7. After Shredder comes out of the chemical vat, he refers to the Turtles as "wretched reptiles".
8. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" as the Turtles jump through the Technodrome's portal to head back to Earth.
9. Krang refers to the Turtles as "Miserable Turtles" after the Technodrome lands upside down on the giant worms.

Pop Culture References:
1. The planet Bolerafon was likely anmed after Maurice Ravel's 1928 ballet Bolero.
2. The Wrecking Crew is also the title of a 1969 film starring Dean Martin and Elke Sommer, a 1960 spy novel by Donald Hamilton, and a 1985 Nintendo video game. But they were most likely named for the Marvel Comics supervillains.
3. The title of this episode was named after Star Trek.
4. Raphael says that Gargon is leading the Turtles on a Wild Goose Chase, in reference to the comedy play written by John Fletcher in 1621 along with a 1915 film directed by Cecil B. DeMille.
5. After the Turtles return to the Lair, Raphael says that the Turtles could have been the Pet Shop Turtles if they weren't successful against Shredder, possibly in reference to the New Wave group The Pet Shop Boys.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Raphael says "Somebody just left the TV on" after the Turtles hear a voice say "Help me" through a dimensional portal.
2. Raphael says to the camera that he always wanted to play with one of these things during the battle with the Rock Soldiers.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Shredder's Energy Transmitter
2. Shredder's Retro-Mutagen Cannon
3. Gargon's Rocket Ship

Kidnapping:
Gargon is seen behind pars in a prison cell when the Turtles find him.

Notables:
1. Final episode of Season 8 and the final episode in which the fourth closing credit sequence, consisting of the Turtles on the street is used.
2. Final episode in which Shredder and Krang are the Turtles' archvillains, and their final appearance until "The Power of Three" in Season 10.
3. Final appearances of Bebop and. Rocksteady
4. Final appearances of General Traag and the Rock Soldiers.
5. Final appearance of the Hall of Science.
6. Third and final episode in which April does not make an appearance.
7. Final appearance of the Technodrome in operable condition and its last appearance until the series finale, "Divide and Conquer".
8. In the first scene of the Technodrome, a musical cue from Season 6 is heard.
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Episode 178: The Unknown Ninja
Written by: Mark Edens & Bob Forward

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Police Officer #1, Intimidator #2
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Copcor Scientist
Renae Jacobs: April O'Neil
Tony Jay: Lord Dregg
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Hi-Tech
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Copcor President, Intimidator #1, Police Officer #2
Bumper Robinson: Carter

Mistakes:
None in this episode.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Dregg calls the Turtles meddling mutants after the first arrive in his control room.
2. As Carter forces Dregg to retreat he calls him and the Turtles wretched deviants.

Pop Culture References:
1. The episode title is in reference to "(The) Unknown Soldier", which is the title of numerous pop cultural references, such a 1954 novel by Vaino Linna, a two film adaptions, a comic book character in both Ace and DC comics, and a rock song by The Doors.
2. Raphael said to Splinter that Carter did keep the Technogoons from turning the Turtles into Turtle Tetrazzini, which is a dish made with diced fowl or seafood, mushrooms, and butter/cream/Parmesan sauce with wine and stock vegetables.
3. Leonardo calls Dregg "Space case" after he arrives at his control room aboard the Dreggnaught, which may be in reference to the Transformers G2 Decepitcon Space Case.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
During the test of the Intimidator, after one says to Copcor that they're about to engage in criminal activity, the employess laugh and the Copcor President says to the sceintist "Is this your idea of a joke?"

Wacky Inventions:
1. The Dreggnaught
2. Donatello's TurtleCam
3. The Intimidators
4. Hi-Tech's TechnoGangsters

Kidnapping:
Carter is clamped by a claw of the Dregganught and is taken to space in it.

Notables:
1. First episode of Season 9 along with the first appearance of the final closing credit sequence, which consists of the show's logo above the credits in the font used for Seasons 4-7 for the first part of the credits, followed by reverting to the font introduced in Season 8 for the second half of the credits, all on a black background. Also, the episode titles are now in a similar font last used in Season 5. Some new background music is also introduced. The episode length shortens by 30 seconds to 23 minutes, including intro and outro. All episodes for this season are animated by Shanghai Morning Sun.
2. First appearnces of Lord Dregg, Hi-Tech, Carter, and the Technogangsters. Lord Dregg becomes the new primary villain for the Turtles as of this episode.
3. First appearance of the Dreggnaught.
4. For the remainder of the series, April's jacket is unbuttoned, her hair is more frizzy and bobbed, her pants are now a mustard brown, and her eyes are now an aqua blue. She also is a freelance reporter for the remainder of the series, ending her relations with Channel 6.
5. One of April's coworkers is reminiscent of professor Jordan Perry from The Secret of the Ooze movie.
6. Final appearance of the Turtle Blimp.
7. The Ninjas shown from Donatello's TurtleCam may have presented how human Foot Soldiers would have be portrayed in this series.
8. Hamato Yoshi and the Foot Clan are mentioned in this episode.
9. After the Turtles damage the Intimidator's steering controls, Raphael tells the Turtles that they have to lay off the pepperoni. This isn't exactly a pizza reference, but it is a shout-out to it, and the German subtitles do use the word pizza.


Episode 179: Dregg of the Earth
Story by: Mark Edens
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Drone #1
Renae Jacobs: April O'Neil, Drone #2
Tony Jay: Lord Dregg
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Hi-Tech
Bumper Robinson: Carter
Unknown Voice Actor: TV Announcer

Mistake:
The horizontal black lines on Leonardo's Turtlecom are missing when he says to Carter "You shouldn't be doing this on your own".

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" as the Turtles and Carter slide down the elevator shaft inside the Dregg Tower.
2. Dregg calls Hi-Tech a fool after he tells him that a stray blast could destroy the entire building.

Pop Culture References:
1. The episode title may be in reference to the 1980s animated series Defenders of the Earth.
2. Raphael tells the other Turtles that they are at the wrong end of a shooting gallery right before the mutated Carter forces the TechnoGangsters to retreat.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
None in this episode.

Wacky Inventions:
1. The Proton-Accelerator
2. Dregg's Molecular Converter
3. The TechnoGangster's Sonic Disintegrator
4. Dregg's Drones

Kidnapping:
The Turtles are captured by Hi-Tech and his TechnoGangsters inside the Dregg Tower, where they are then taken to the Dreggnaught and strapped to steel slabs in Dregg's Power Chamber.

Notables:
1. During the climax, Raphael calls Dregg "fishface", which is a character in the 2012 Nick series.
2. The Turtles briefly show their new mutations on their hands while they lie down on the slabs in Dregg's Power Chamber, but don't fully mutate.
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Episode 180: The Wrath of Medusa
Story By: Mark Edens
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, General Controller
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Technogangster #1
Renae Jacobs: April O'Neil, Technoganster #2
Tony Jay: Lord Dregg
Carol Katz: Medusa
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Hi-Tech
Peter Renaday: Splinter, TV Announcer
Bumper Robinson: Carter
Unknown Voice Actor: Administrator

Mistakes:
1. The horizontal black lines on Raphael's Turtlecom are missing when he answers April's call.
2. When the Turtles and Carter find that Leonardo is missing, his belt is shown, but in the next scene where Leonardo is held captive by Medusa, he is seen with his belt.
3. Raphael's "R" is white instead of grey when Carter tells him that he came back.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Dregg said that those wretched mutants get in the way right before he calls up Medusa.
2. Medusa calls the Turtles and Carter filthy mutants as they reach the control room onboard her spaceship.
3. Medusa then calls the Turtles/Carter wretched deviants after Donatello grabs the Virtual Reality Projector.

Pop Culture References:
1. Medusa was named after the Gorgon in Greek mythology.
2. Inside the hydroelectric plant, Medusa says "The More the Merrier", which is also the title of a 1943 comedy film.
3. After the Turtles are rescued by Carter aboard Medusa's Spaceship, Michelangelo says "Carter's in Charge", in reference to the 1980s TV sitcom Charles in Charge.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
During Carter's battle with the Technogangsters, Raphael says that you have to admire a guy who's in touch with his feelings.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Dregg's Stasis Relay System
2. Donatello and Carter's Virtual Reality Projector
3. Medusa's Onboard Teleporter
4. The Neutronium
5. The Skysat Space Station
6. Medusa's Spybot
7. Medusa's Spaceship

Kidnappings:
1. Leonardo is kidnapped by Medusa above the hydroelectric plant and is then tied up and finally locked inside a chamber on Medusa's ship.
2. Raphael is hand cuffed by Medusa after he speaks to Carter about returning.
3. Michelangelo is trapped inside a box via Medusa's gun after he realizes that the Leonardo is a hologram.
4. Donatello is kidnapped after he drops his Turtlecom while battling Medusa. Later on, all Turtles are sitting next to each other tied up inside Medusa's ship locked in a chamber.

Notables:
1. First appearance of Donatello, Raphael, and Michelangelo's complete New Mutations.
2. A portion of the sky is blue when Carter rides off in his motorcycle after he speaks with Splinter when hears the battle of Donatello and Medusa on the Turtlecom.


Episode 181: The New Mutation
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, MP Officer
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, News Reporter, Technogangster
Barry Gordon: Donatello,
Renae Jacobs: April O'Neil, Dregg's Tannoy Voice
Tony Jay: Lord Dregg
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Hi-Tech
Peter Renaday: Splinter
Bumper Robinson: Carter

Mistakes:
None in this episode.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Michelangelo says Cowabunga as he and Raphael swing around a rope inside the Citadel to allow multiple Replicons to fall through a hole.
2. Michelangelo says Cowabunga as he is launched from the top of the Turtle Van.
3. Dregg refers to the Turtles as "wretched Turtles" after his plans for the laser cannon fail as he retreats with the Dreggnaught.

Pop Culture References:
1. Michelangelo says "picked up the spare" in reference to the bowling term after he takes down two Technogansters while swinging on a rope.
2. After the Turtles mutate for the second time, Leonardo complains that he can't use brute force, which is also the name of a comic by Simon Furman about intelligent cyborg animals saving the environment.
3. Carter tells the Turtles that a monster the size of a Mack Truck, referring to the Slorr is terrorizing the city.
4. Carter says at the episode that the new mutations are something only a Mama Turtle could look like, in reference to Mama Bear from Goldilocks and the Three Bears.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. After Leonardo says that we're Ninjas and don't use blasters, Raphael says "Who wrote that rule?"
2. At the playground, Raphael says that the Turtles have turned into horrifying supermutants on national TV.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Carter's Wrist Ray
2. The X-fire Fuel
3. Donatello's Technotracker
4. Dregg's Replicon

Kidnappings:
None in this episode.

Notables:
1. First appearance of Leonardo's complete new mutation.
2. A large portion of the sky is blue early in the episode when the TurtleVan is shown turning left.
3. Part of the sky is blue when the Turtles and Carter arrive at the playground.
4. Part of the sky is blue when Carter alerts the Turtles from his motorcycle via his Turtlecom.
5. Michelangelo refers to the Slorr as "fishface", the name of a mutant in the 2012 Nick series.
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Episode 182: The Showdown
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Sleazebug
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Technogangster
Barry Gordon: Donatello
Renae Jacobs: April O'Neil
Tony Jay: Lord Dregg
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Hi-Tech, Alien Guard
Peter Renaday: Karg
Robbie Rist: Jet McCabe
Bumper Robinson: Carter
Unknown Voice Actor: Cyborg

Mistakes:
1. April uses the Turtlecom style like that of the Turtles and Carter, and not her circular model when she contacts the Turtles.
2. The gates that lead to the arena can't be lifted or bended, but you can magically walk through them.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Jet McCabe calls Carter are stinkin' maggot right as Michelangelo persuades Carter for help.
2. Dregg refers to the Turtles as "accursed Turtles' after Hi-Tech tells him that the Earth is returning to normal.
3. Michelangelo says Cowabunga as he uses his grappler to knock down the Alien Guard.
4. Dregg calls his Technogangsters fools as the Mutation Machine gets destroyed.

Pop Culture References:
1. The episode title shares its name with numerous pop cultural references, including several films.
2. When Dregg first contacts Sleazebug, he asks him if he's still looking for recruits for the Pan-Galactic Tournament, possibly in reference to the Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster from Douglas Adams' The Hitchiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
3. Raphael says to Carter that mutating is worse than watching a Celebrity Bowling marathon, which was a 1970s syndicated TV game show.
4. An Alien Guard says "Have it your way" after Carter says that six against one isn't fair, in reference to the long-running Burger King slogan.
5. One of the sound effects heard during the video games at the end of the episode was used for Nintendo's Super Mario Bros. 2 when objects/enemies were thrown.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
Raphael tells Donatello that he broke the goofy meter after he believes that Sleazebug made his getaway at the seesaw in the playground.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Dregg's Hypno Transmitter
2. Carter's TurboFlex
3. Dregg's CompuScanners
4. Karg's Teleporter
5. Dregg's Mutation Machine

Kidnappings:
Sleazebug captures Raphael and Donatello by clawing them and tying them up as they seek the Hypno Transmitter.

Notables:
1. Part of the sky is blue right before Carter encoutners Jet McCabe for the second time.
2. Splinter is mentioned but does not appear in this episode.


Episode 183: Split-Second
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Subway Conductor
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Winston Fripp/Chronos
Barry Gordon: Donatello
Renae Jacobs: April O'Neil, Subway Passenger
Tony Jay: Lord Dregg
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Hi-Tech
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Reporter
Bumper Robinson: Carter

Mistakes:
1. Splinter's yellow kimono patches are missing as Chronos throws missiles to tie him against a wall.
2. The events during the flashback between the Turtles and Chronos never happened, at least not during an episode.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
None in this episode.

Pop Culture References:
1. The episode title is also the name of a 1953 film starring Stephen McNally, a 1992 science fiction film and a TV game show.
2. Michelangelo's remark to Raphael inside the Antique Timepiece Museum says that Dregg has a lot of time on his hands, in reference to the 1980 Styx song "Too Much Time on My Hands".
3. Donatello says that Chronos' Thermal device will turn the vault into a giant pressure cooker. Pressure cooker was the name of a 1983 Atari game.
4. On April's computer that shows that a man is arrested in the clock tower, the text around it describes China's only national news magazine, Beijing Review.
5. When the Turtles see Chronos' Clockwork Warriors next to him, Michelangelo describes them as Speed Freaks, which is the title of a 1979 video game.
6. After the Turtles surrender to Chronos, Michelangelo says that Splinter is on the top of the tower where the ball drops for New Year's Eve (One Times Square in the real New York).

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Raphael says "Leave the comedy to the professionals" to Michelangelo after he thinks that someone has too much time of their hands.
2. Raphael says "And they say cartoons aren't educational" after Donatello explains that LL and LT stand for latitude and longitude.
3. Raphael says "Oh no, I feel a flashback coming" right as Leonardo explains the flashback at the Clock Tower.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Chronos' Thermal Clock Device
2. Chronos' Clockwork Warriors
3. Chrono's Concussion Generators

Kidnappings:
1. Winston Fripp is shown tied up in the flashback scene at the Clock Tower.
2. The Turtles surrender to Chronos so they don't cause Splinter to be destroyed after he introduces his Clockwork Warriors. They are tied up and then taken to the Clock Tower and are hung against the wall.
3. Splinter is kidnapped by Chronos in the sewers and is taken to the top of the Clayburn Tower where he is found tied up.

Notables:
1. Part of the sky is blue when two Clockwork Warriors approach to knock down Leonardo and Donatello.
2. One of the large clocks on the side of a building reads 17:22 meaning that it uses 24-hour formatting, which is unusual in the US outside of military bases and airports.
3. The sky is blue in the shot of Splinter tied to the spire of the Clayborn Tower as Carter comes to the rescue.
4. The Turtles tie up Chronos in the Clock Tower with their Super Mutations.
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Episode 184: Carter, the Enforcer
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
Roxanne Beckford: Merrick
Cam Clarke: Leonardo
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, News Director, Technogangster #2
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Technogangster #3
Renae Jacobs: April O'Neil, Woman in Future
Tony Jay: Lord Dregg
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Hi-Tech, TechnoGangster #1
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Guard
Bumper Robinson: Carter
Kevin Schon: Landor

Mistakes:
1. The outline on the top portion on the back of Leonardo's Turtlecom is white instead of yellow when he tries to contact Carter.
2. As Donatello breaks open the prison cel where Landor and Merrick are held captive, the lines on his bo strapping are missing.
3. The outline on the top and bottom portions on the back of Raphael's Turtlecom is white instead of yellow when Raphael contacts April.
4. In the future, when Landor holds back Michelangelo, there's two Landors in a single shot.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
None in this episode.

Pop Culture Reference:
The title of this episode may be in reference to the 1976 "Dirty Harry" film starring Clint Eastwood.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. After Carter is captured and April looks for him, April says "kids today have no patience".
2. Raphael says that somebody's way off-script when the Turtles see that the Carter Android is acting evil.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Dregg's Star Shield
2. Landor and Merrick's Time Travel Device
3. The Carter Android

Kidnappings:
1. Carter is abducted by a team of TechnoGangsters and is taken away to the Dreggnaught, where he is held captive to Dregg and is seen lying down and strapped to a bed.
2. Landor and Merrick are kidnapped by some TechnoGangsters in the future are are taken away aboard a starship, where they are held imprisoned behind laser protected bars.

Notables:
1. First appearances of Landor and Merrick.
2. Part of the sky is blue when the Technogang descends upon the Turtles, April, Landor, and Merrick.


Episode 185: Doomquest
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, News Director
Jim Cummings: Doomquest
Barry Gordon: Donatello
Renae Jacobs: April O'Neil, Mayor
Tony Jay: Lord Dregg
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Hi-Tech
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Draconus
Bumper Robinson: Carter
Unknown Voice Actor: Alien Scout

Mistakes:
None in this episode.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Draconus calls Michelangelo and Leonardo fools when he tells them to unhand the Vortex Crystal near the Turtle Van.
2. Doomquest calls the Turtles and Carter pathetic worms after they mutate into their Super Mutations in front of him, and also calls them simpletons and arrogant insects.
3. When the Turtles in their Super Mutations start attacking each other, Doomquest calls them fools.
4. As Dregg retreats in the Dreggnaught, he commands Hi-Tech to get off of this wretched planet.

Pop Culture Reference:
The title of this episode is in reference to the 1981 Iron Man story arc.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
None in this episode.

Wacky Inventions:
1. The Vortex Crystal
2. Draconus' Hover-Chariot

Kidnapping:
Michelangelo is cobwebbed by the Scorpion Alien against a brick wall, paralyzing him.

Notables:
1. Final episode of Season 9.
2. Final episode in which Raphael is voiced by Rob Paulsen.
3. The "ONE WAY" sign in the Lair is shown to be repainted with white letters on a light red arrow and a dark red background.
4. Part of the sky is blue at many points throughout this episode.
5. Final episode written by David Wise.
6. Final appearance of the Technogangsters.
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Episode 186: The Return of Dregg
Written by: Jeffrey Scott

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Hi-Tech, Mung
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Channel 6 Newscaster
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Night Watchman
Michael Gough: Raphael
Renae Jacobs: April O'Neil, Waitress
Tony Jay: Lord Dregg
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Cabby
Bumper Robinson: Carter

Mistake:
Right before Leonardo emerges from the Turtlevan, the teeth on the front on the van is rectangular rather than a pair of curved smiles.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Dregg refers to the "meddlesome Turtles" right before he tells Mung to deploy the Micro-bots.
2. Dregg tells to Mung about the destruction of the meddling reptiles at the Hydroelectic Plant.

Pop Culture References:
1. The word "INTERNET" appears on April's computer right before she loses power.
2. April tells the Turtles that dregg is at the old Atlantic Steel Mill. In the real world, such a place existed in Atlanta, Georgia for most of the 20th century.
3. Raphael says he wants a number 50 million sunscreen after Dregg tells him that he and his friends are heading for the center of the sun. This is in reference to SPF sunscreen.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
None in this episode.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Donatello's Virtual Reality Simulator
2. Mung's Canister
3. Mung's Micro-bot
4. The Vortex Transporter
5. The Hydroelectric Plant's Robot

Kidnappings:
1. Hi-Tech is tied up by Mung's army and is locked inside a space capsule where he is exiled off.
2. Two Hydroelectric Power Plant workers are seen trapped and asking for help inside a glass cage.
3. April is grabbed by two of Mung's soldiers at the Hydroelectric Plant, is sealed up and is placed on the Vortex Transporter.
4. Donatello, Raphael, Michelangelo, and Carter are kidnapped the same method that April in this episode after they defeat the Robot.

Notables:
1. First episode of Season 10 and the first written by Jeffrey Scott. The episode titles are now in a Helevetica font. The episodes for this season, like in Season 8 are animated by Dai Won. The bricks in Donatello's Lab return to their original shade seen before Season 8. Also, some new background music is introduced.
2. Final appearance of Hi-Tech.
3. First appearance of Mung.
4. First episode in which Raphael is voiced by Michael Gough.
5. This episode marks the end of Michelangelo, Raphael, and Donatello in their Super Mutations.
6. Final appearance of Channel 6 News.
7. First appearance of Mung's Bat-Men.
8. This episode was originally released onto DVD in 2004 on the Volume 1 disc containing the first five episodes and is billed as one of the four "Never seen bonus episodes", even though it originally aired in 1996.


Episode 187: The Beginning of the End
Written by: Jeffrey Scott

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Mung
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Barry Gordon: Donatello
Michael Gough: Raphael
Renae Jacobs: April O'Neil
Tony Jay: Lord Dregg
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Referee, News Reporter
Bumper Robinson: Carter

Mistakes:
1. Inside the animal warehouse, there's an uncaged/unsecured gorilla, but given the situation that would be too dangerous.
2. The Turtle Van is missing its white grille teeth right before April contacts Michelangelo on the Turtlecom.
3. The bumper of the Turtlevan surrounding the grille teeth is yellow instead of green when Michelangelo, Raphael, and Carter arrive at the warehouse.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Dregg calls Leonardo a fool after Leonardo asks Dregg why he cured him.
2. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" as he and Raphael exit Dregg's Space Shuttle.

Pop Culture References:
1. The title of this episode is in reference to the 1957 science fiction film of the same name.
2. Raphael says to Leonardo after he mutated back to normal that he was auditioning for the next Jurassic movie, in reference to the 1993 movie Jurassic Park.
3. The hockey arena in which the Turtles enter has a sign that says "Mighty Clucks", in reference to the Anaheim Mighty Ducks, which were a movie series and are now currently just the Anaheim Ducks.
4. Raphael says that he feels like a frozen TV dinner after Super Mutation Leonardo unleashes some ice on the other Turtles.
5. Raphael says that the train switch as he and Michelangelo try to stop the train from killing Carter was never so hard on his electric train set.
6. When Michelangelo says that he'll let his Turtle fingers do the walking to search for the address of the warehouse, this is in reference to the Yellow Pages slogan.
7. Raphael says that Santa (Claus) will not give Dregg the puppy he's asking for when he and Carter are inside the animal warehouse.
8. Michelangelo asks Donatello about how to stop Leonardo before the Big Bang after he carries April off.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
Inside the warehouse, April says that she's in another one of Dregg's evil plots.

Wacky Inventions:
1. The Plutonium Ray
2. Donatello's De-mutater

Kidnappings:
1. Leonardo is kidnapped by one of the Bat-Men and is taken encased to the warehouse.
2. April is captured and encased and locked inside a glass cylinder at the warehouse.

Notables:
1. Leonardo's Super Mutation ends with this episode.
2. Final occurance in which the cover that holds the entrance to the sewers near the Turtles' Lair opens.
3. Part of the sky is blue when Leonardo carries April off outside of the auto warehouse.
4. This episode was originally released onto DVD in 2004 on the Volume 1 disc containing the first five episodes and is billed as one of the four "Never seen bonus episodes", even though it originally aired in 1996.
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Episode 188: The Power of Three
Written by: Jeffrey Scott

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Mung
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Bill
Pat Fraley: Krang, Cab Driver
Barry Gordon: Donatello
Michael Gough: Raphael
Renae Jacobs: April O'Neil
Tony Jay: Lord Dregg
Bill Martin: Shredder
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Trolley Conductor
Bumper Robinson: Carter

Mistakes:
1. April's Dodge Viper has back seats, but real-life Vipers only have two front seats. Plus, her Viper is a coupe, but in previous episodes, it was a roadster.
2. Michelangelo's "M" is white instead of gray in the shot of Splinter, Carter, Michelangelo, and Donatello in Donatello's Lab.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Dregg tells Mung from the Dreggnaught's dinning room about getting rid of those meddling reptiles.
2. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga, dudes" when he says that he found a surfboard in the sewers.
3. Dregg tells Shredder and Krang after they arrive on Earth to destroy the Turtles.
4. Dregg calls Mung and his Bat-Men fools as Shredder and Krang start to attack them and flee.
5. Krang calls Dregg a fool after he and Shredder arrive on the street.
6. The Turtles say "Turtle Power!" when they draw their weapons to fight after being transported to the power plant.
7. Shredder calls Michelangelo a repugnant reptile after he grabs him.
8. Dregg calls Shredder and Krang fools after Krang straps Dregg onto a bed when he and Shredder try to become the new leaders.

Pop Culture References:
1. The title of this episode may be in reference to the 1976 children's novel by Diana Wynne Jones or the Doctor Who episode.
2. Raphael tells Michelangelo not to play too much Virtual Invaders, in reference to the video game Space Invaders, before bedtime.
3. The Newspan tower is a parody of the television channel C-SPAN.
4. After the Turtles land after a series of falls in the sewers, Michelangelo says that it was better than Wally's Water World, a reference to the many water theme parks.
5. After the Turtles are taken to the Dreggnaught, Michelangelo says that their lives have been reduced to a B-movie.
6. Donatello tells Dregg from his prison pod that he has cosmic consciousness.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
None in this episode

Wacky Invention:
Dregg's Energy Draining System

Kidnappings:
1. The Turtles and April are defeated in battle to Shredder and are tied up and transported to the Dreggnaught. The Turtles are trapped in four pods lying down while April is trapped inside a cylindrical pod surrounded by lasers.
2. Shredder and Krang are kidnapped by Dregg and Mun and are strapped and cuffed up to two operating tables. Later, in the next episode, Krang is shown to be imprisoned in a similar way to April.

Notables:
1. First appearances of Shredder and Krang since "Turtle Trek".
2. The flashback scene of the Turtles, Shredder, and Krang was never used in a previous episode.
3. After the Turtles see Shredder on the Turtlecom, Michelangelo refers to Shredder as Metalhead, a character seen earlier in this series.
4. The episode ends with a "TO BE CONTINUED..." graphic, only the second time in this series with the other being after "Planet of the Turtleoids, Part 1".
5. This episode is just over 22 1/2 minutes long (including intro and outro), the shortest since the syndicated episodes.


Episode 189: A Turtle in Time
Written by: Jeffrey Scott

Voice Cast:
Roxanne Beckford: Merrick
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Mung
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Pat Fraley: Krang
Barry Gordon: Donatello
Michael Gough: Raphael
Renae Jacobs: April O'Neil
Tony Jay: Lord Dregg
Bill Martin: Shredder
Peter Renaday: Splinter
Bumper Robinson: Carter
Kevin Schon: Landor

Mistake:
Michelangelo is seen with Raphael's colors when he speaks from the cylindrical laser cell after the Turtles are re-captured.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Dregg calls the Bat-Men fools after Shredder escapes from the Energy Draining System's chamber.
2. The Turtles say "Go Green Team" after they are freed from the Energy Draining System's pods.
3. After the Turtles are kidnapped in the cylindrical laser cells, Michelangelo says that the Turtle Power is out.
4. Krang says "Oh no" when he loses his Bubble Walker.
5. 1994 Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" as the 1994 Turtles and Carter get Vortex Transported to the Dreggnaught.
6. Dregg calls the 1994 Turtles fools when he first meets them in battle. He then calls them foolish creatures a little later in the same battle.

Pop Culture References:
1. The title of this episode is in reference to the arcade and Super Nintendo game Turtles in Time.
2. The 1994 Raphael tells Landor that he's lost from the first turn he took into the Twilight Zone after the 1994 Turtles arrive in Donatello's Lab.
3. 1994 Leonardo tells 1994 Donatello that there is no time for a lecture on Albert Einstein's Theory of Relativity.
4. 1994 Michelangelo says "Fire Drill" when he uses his grappler to knock down a fire extinguisher at a Bat-Man.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
None in this episode.

Wacky Inventions:
1. The Intruder Tranquilizer Scan System
2. The Dreggnaught's Virtual Reality Simulator
3. The Subspace Amplification Chip
4. Mung's Invasion Robot Cops

Kidnapping:
The Turtles are trapped in four cylindrical laser cells similar to April's after Dregg uses the Turtles' Ninja powers on them.

Notables:
1. An extra Krang is seen on Dregg's head as Shredder and the real Krang try to escape via the Vortex Transporter. This idea becomes more well known in the 2003 4kids series where the Shredder is protected by a Utrom.
2. Unlike in "Once Upon a Time Machine" which consisted of Turtles from the present and the future, this episode and the next consist of Turtles from the present and from the past. This idea would later be exposed in the 2009 Made-For-TV movie Turtles Forever.
3. This episode consists of a flashback scene from the episode "Turtle Trek", and the theme from the outro of "Planet of the Turtleoids" and the alternative Technodrome theme briefly play. It is also the first appearance of the Technodrome since "Turtle Trek", though it is set in the past during that particular episode.
4. At around 21 minutes and 15 seconds, this is the shortest episode aired for CBS up to this point.
5. Third an final episode to end with "TO BE CONTINUED..."
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Episode 190: Turtles to the Second Power
Written by: Jeffrey Scott

Voice Cast:
Roxanne Beckford: Merrick
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Mung
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Seargant
Pat Fraley: Krang
Barry Gordon: Donatello
Michael Gough: Raphael
Renae Jacobs: April O'Neil
Tony Jay: Lord Dregg
Bill Martin: Shredder
Peter Renaday: Splinter, League of Nations Ambassador
Bumper Robinson: Carter
Kevin Schon: Landor

Mistakes:
1. In the previous episode, Krang lost his bubble walker, but he has it back in this episode.
2. Dregg asks Mung to call up the League of Nations, however that organization was reorganized in 1946 to form the United Nations.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. After the Turtles, April, and Carter escape the power plant, Dregg refers to the Turtles as wretched reptiles.
2. The Turtles say "Go Green Machine!" as they arrive at the Power Plant in front of Dregg, Mung, Shredder, and Krang.
3. As the final battle begins, all eight Turtles say "Turtles to the Second Power!"
4. Raphael tells Dregg that he stole some Turtle Power from him as he puts an energy helmet on his head.

Pop Culture References:
1. As the Turtles and Carter try to defend against the Attack Monsters, as they hide into an alley, Leonardo says "The bigger they are, the harder they fall" in reference to boxer Robert Fitzsimmons.
2. The episode title may be in reference to the 1994 Iron Man episode "Iron Man to the Second Power".
3. Michelangelo says that the Inavsion Force robots are controlled like his Rock'em Sock 'em video game, in reference to the popular toy robots.
4. Donatello tells Dregg that his starship is "Stardust", which is also the name of numerous movies, songs, a band, and a couple comic book characters.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Michelangelo tells Dregg that he's been watching reruns after Donatello explains about using Dregg's virtual reality simulator.
2. In the power plant, right before a Robot Monster causes the Turtles to fall, Raphael says that they don't make alien invasion monsters like they used to.

Wacky Invention:
Dregg's Invasion Force Robot Mosters

Kidnappings:
None in this episode.

Notables:
1. Final appearances of Shredder, Krang, Carter, Landor, and Merrick.
2. The Technodrome is mentioned but does not appear in this episode.
3. Final appearance of Paris, France.
4. Final appearance of the original Vortex Transporter.
5. At around 20 minutes and 45 seconds, this is the shortest episode aired in the entire series.


Episode 191: Mobster From Dimension X
Written by: Jeffrey Scott

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Mung, Ambassador
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Lab Guard, Globefather's Gangster #2
Dave Fennoy: Professor Alvin Huxley
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Globefather's Gangster #1, General Patterson
Michael Gough: Raphael
Renae Jacobs: April O'Neil, Switchboard Operator
Tony Jay: Lord Dregg
Peter Renaday: News Reporter
Bumper Robinson: Carter
Unknown Voice Actor: The Globefather, Ronnie Huxley, Switchboard Guard

Mistakes:
1. The large car that the Globefather's gangsters are driving to chase Ronnie is colored blue instead of gray in one shot.
2. Donatello becomes Raphael when he completes his gadget that will allow him to tap into the main phone computer.
3. Right as Donatello crashes inside the telephone switchboard building, his "D" is missing.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. The Turtles say "Turtle Power" as they crash through the skylight into Dr. Huxley's lab.
2. The Globefather tells Professor Huxley that if he doesn't want to become an amoeba like a meddling Turtle, he should tell him what he did with the Protein Computer Brain.
3. The Globefather calls Donatello a fool after he tells him that he dialed the wrong number on the Turtlevan's cellphone.
4. Dregg calls the Switchboard Operator a fool as she loses control of the beam satellites.
5. The Turtles say "Go Green Machine" as they begin the battle inside the telephone switchboard building.
6. Dregg calls the Turtles fools right before he fires the particle beam satellites.

Pop Culture References:
1. The Globefather's name is in reference to The Godfather, and the Globefather is loosely based on Al Capone.
2. Raphael calls one of the gangsters a soda jerk as he uses a sai to knock some soda cans at him.
3. After Donatello's early warning system goes off, Raphael thinks that Captain Kirk from Star Trek was beamed down.
4. Right before Ronnie emergenes from a trash can, a gray care that drives on the street looks a lot like a 1980s Ford LTD Crown Victoria.
5. Raphael thinks that someone spilled the Jell-O mold as a pile of amoeba ooze lurks on Ronnie and Raphael.
6. April is shown to have a notebook (also called a laptop) computer with a cellular modem. The laptop would become April's primary computing device in the 4kids and Nickelodeon series.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Raphael tells Michelangelo that entering the Globefather's hideout building was one of the best entrances the Turtles have ever made.
2. At the end of the episode, the Turtles and the Huxleys laugh after Raphael tells Michelangelo that he could have tripped Ronnie up with his remote controlled car.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Dr. Huxley's Protein Computer
2. Dr. Huxley's Electrontic Reflex Capacitor
3. The Turtlevan's Cellphone
4. The Particle Beam Satellite Targeting System
5. Donatello's Phone-Tapping Helmet

Kidnappings:
1. As the Globefather takes off his uniform and expands, he grabs and bounds Raphael.
2. Professor Huxley was kidnapped by the Globefather and is tied to a chair in his hideout, where he is partially covered with amoeba ooze.

Notables:
1. Professor Huxley looks similar to Baxter Stockman from the Mirage Comics and the 2003 4kids series.
2. The news studio as shown on the TV while the Globefather watches a news report looks similar to the old Channel 6 news studio.
3. The gangster that uses scissors to cut some ropes looks similar to Pinky McFingers.
4. 30th and final episode without Splinter.
5. This episode was originally released onto DVD in 2004 on the Volume 1 disc containing the first five episodes and is billed as one of the four "Never seen bonus episodes", even though it originally aired in 1996.
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Episode 192: The Day the Earth Disappeared
Written by: Jeffrey Scott

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Mung
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Barry Gordon: Donatello
Michael Gough: Raphael
Renae Jacobs: April O'Neil
Tony Jay: Lord Dregg
Peter Renaday: Splinter, News Reporter

Mistakes:
1. When Leonardo tries to grab Donatello's hand after he is grabbed by a monster, his arm band is colored red like Raphael.
2. Leonardo is colored like Raphael when he tries to break free from a rock on the rock planet and says that the rock is like steel.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Dregg calls Splinter a meddling rat when he tries to escape him after falling into the Dreggnaught's control room. After he escapes, Dregg calls him a fool.
2. Dregg calls Splinter a fool when he activates the Vortex Transporter to bring the Turtles to the Dreggnaught.
3. Dregg calls Leonardo a fool after he destroys the Vortex Transporter's controls.

Pop Culture References:
1. The episode title is in reference to the 1951 film The Day the Earth Stood Still.
2. Raphael says that he wouldn't feel safe through Donatello's portal if he was a Crash Dummy.
3. Michelangelo asks the monster for a double Turtle whopper with secret sauce, in reference to Burger King's Whopper sandwich.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
Michelangelo asks Donatello about how he fixed the portal one more time in English.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Dregg's Paratroopin' Robots
2. The new Vortex Transporter. It is very similar in design to the original.
3. The Transporter Override Controls
4. Donatello's Plasma Dampers

Kidnappings:
None in this episode.

Notables:
1. Final appearance of the Dreggnaught.
2. This episode was originally released onto DVD in 2004 on the Volume 1 disc containing the first five episodes and is billed as one of the four "Never seen bonus episodes", even though it originally aired in 1996.
3. The sky is blue on Earth throughout this episode.
4. There is a set of hologram Turtles in the opening scene.


Episode 193: Divide and Conquer
Written by: Jeffrey Scott

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Mung
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Scaly Android Alien
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Blue Dimension X Alien
Michael Gough: Raphael
Renae Jacobs: April O'Neil, Blue Android Alien
Tony Jay: Lord Dregg
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Orange Dimension X Alien
Unknown Voice Actor: Pink Dimension X Alien

Mistakes:
1. The Technodrome is seen on a short hill, but the last time it appeared in "Turtle Trek", it was pulled into a hole by a ground monster.
2. April didn't recognize Krang's android body, but she's seen it many times throughout the series.
3. In "Shredder & Splintered", Donatello knocked out the crystal to the molecular amplification unit that allows the body to expand and contract, which it does do in this episode.
4. An alien stole Leonardo's belt early in the episode, but when he is seen in the Turtle Van, it reappears.
5. Krang's Android Body is much taller than Dregg when it is first powered up, but it is only slightly taller than him just a few seconds later, and its size is inconsistent throughout the battle. This is proven by the shots comparing the crane and Dregg, remaining the same throughout the battle. Also, the Turtles inside the suit are very small in some shots, even though Krang grew in size with its amplification.
6. The four-armed shapeshifter only battled the Turtles for 30 seconds despite not passing Dregg's requirement of 90 seconds in terms of being chosen for being his best warrior.
7. When the Turtles in Donatello's Lab talk about why the aliens are attack them, Leonardo is first seen at the computer. After Michelangelo's Turtlecom conversation with April, Donatello is seen at the computer.
8. When Leonardo tells the Turtles to head into the sewers when he tries to stop Dregg, he opens a sewer cover and the Turtles go inside. But Leonardo then cuts a water main and goes into the same manhole cover for a second time.
9. Dregg was able to walk on wooden floors despite spraying them with liquid nitrogen, and should have fallen well before Leonardo destroyed the floors.
10. Donatello says that Raphael and Michelangelo have five seconds left in the suit before it explodes, but approximately 15 seconds pass before the suit shrinks.
11. The Technodrome's portal is operating normally, but in the scope of "Turtle Trek", Shredder and Krang's two-year absence between appearances is pointless.
12. The front bumper surrounding the teeth of the Turtle Van is brown instead of green as Leonardo, Raphael, and April jump in and drive away.
13. After defeating Dregg, the stop sign in the Turtles' Lair has red letters on a silver blue background.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Michelangelo says Cowabunga right before the Turtle Van drives off the road and over a cliff.
2. Dregg calls Mung a fool after he says that Microbots will cause the best solution to conquering Earth.
3. Dregg says that he's ready to destroy those repugnant reptiles after he uses the powers of the Morphogenesis Exoskeleton.
4. Dregg calls the Turtles foolish little beings as the Turtles try to save Donatello from the giant chain hook.
5. Michelangelo says Cowabunga as he and Donatello jump through the portal back to Earth with Krang's Android Body.
6. Dregg calls the Turtles fools as he arises from a pile of cars and knocks down the Android Body.

Pop Culture References:
1. The episode title is in reference to the Why We Fight World War II newsreel.
2. During the battle with Lord Dregg, Raphael mentions King Kong.
3. The Liquid Nitrogen weapon was heavily used in the 1980s Transformers cartoon, where it is used by the character Ironhide.
4. Splinter explains to the Turtles the Flying Claw technique, which originated in China during the Sui dynasty and is used to ensnare a foe and throw him off balance.
5. Raphael wishes Dregg could grant him a two-week paid vacation to Hawaii.
6. Leonardo tells Dregg that he's "Walking on Thin Ice", a 1981 New Wave song by Yoko Ono right before he falls through the floor of April's apartment.
7. Michelangelo calls the Orange Dimension X alien Tin Man after the Wizard of Oz character when he asks him for the Technodrome's portal.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
Michelangelo asks Donatello in English about how the gravitational stress on the Android Body's atoms will cause it to collapse.

Wacky Inventions:
1. The Turtle Van's Parachute
2. Dregg's Morphogenesis Exoskeleton
3. The Liquid Nitrogen Spray

Kidnapping:
Dregg goes right through April's computer monitor, grabs and ties her up to a chair in her apartment.

Notables:
1. Series finale. The reason for the series' end is not due to sagging ratings or poor merchandise sales but due to network television Educational and Informational (E/I) requirement, in which TMNT does not provide enough of.
2. It is unknown who or whay caused the portal to allow Michelangelo and Donatello to push Krang's Android Body and Dregg back to Dimension X.
3. When the ruins of the Technodrome are shown, a variant of the familiar background music is played.
4. Krang's Android Body and the ruins of the Technodrome make one final appearance.
5. The final line in the series is spoken by Raphael, about making a dig at Donatello cooking popcorn.
6. According to Raphael, seven aliens attacked the Turtles in Dregg's contest, not including Dregg himself. It is assumed that two of the aliens fared poorly in their battle with the Turtles since Dregg absorbed five of the aliens.
7. Shredder and Krang are mentioned but do not appear in this episode.


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Great stuff here. I don't know if anybody else already did this but I would like to point out that the title to episode 8 is most likely a reference to the 1955 movie "It Came from Beneath the Sea".
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Episode 34: Four Musketurtles
Mistakes:
1. If Leonardo thinks he's D'Artagnan, then he should be speaking in a French accent, not an English one.
2. When Krang gives his flackback about transporting the Imperbuim with other Krangezoids, he is still a brain along with other Krangezoids, but he had a humanoid body before being exiled to Earth, where he then removed it.
3. Right as Shredder, Bebop and Rocksteady get into the transport module, they all look for the Imperbium Gem, and Rocksteady is holding the little generator for it, but the Gem is already on the generator.
4. The teeth grille on the Turtle Van's bumper was not present when Michelangelo told Donatello to come to the parade.

Catchphrase Countdown:
1. While Krang is protected by the Imperbium's shield, he says "I am invincible!"
2. Donatello calls Shredder "Tin Grin" right as he attacks him with his bo to the transport module.

Pizza References:
1. The Turtles are eating grape jelly pizza as they watch "Revenge of the Polkadot Slime, Part 5".
2. Michelangelo tells Leonardo to "wake up and smell the pizza" while he is fainted in the jewelry store.

Pop Culture References:
1. Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday) is celebrated, and includes a parade with floats and people dressed in various costumes.
2. The title and theme of this episode is a reference to the 1844 novel "The Three Musketeers" by Alexandre Dumas. April dresses like a 17th-century noblewoman right out of the novel, and shows a copy of this book. Various quotes from the book are said, mainly by Leonardo. Raphael, Donatello, and Michelangelo are costumed as Athos, Porthos, and Aramis.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
Michelangelo says that he feels so corny talking like a Musketeer as the Turtles come to battle, right before Leonardo's "spell" wears off.

Wacky Invention:
Krang's Imperbium Generator

Kidnappings:
1. Irma is kidnapped by Shredder because she has the Star of Brazil diamond that he's seeking.
2. April is kidnapped by Shredder as she tries to rescue Irma, and becomes his slave.

Notables:
1. The first episode in which Krang's android body is shown to move by itself, meaning it has an autopilot setting.
2. The Foot Soldiers in this episode have a yellow Foot Clan symbol on their heads instead of the standard red.
3. The first appearance of the Channel 6 News Copter.
It should be ImperVium, as in ImperVious to pain, as in invincible... Imperbious is not a word...
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Old 06-22-2013, 11:32 PM   #199
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Episode 52: Usagi Come Home
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
James Avery: Shredder
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady, Man at Mall
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Usagi Yojimbo
Pat Fraley: Krang, Obento
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil, Boy Dressed with Rabbit Ears
Rob Paulsen: Raphael
Peter Renaday: Splinter
Unknown Voice Actor: Dr. Rufus Winterbottom, Gas Station Worker

Mistakes:
1. When Leonardo uses the sewer pipe's door to protect himself from Usagi's attacks, his "L" is a Season 2-styled white.
2. Donatello says "I have an idea" in Leonardo's voice.
3. When Usagi is tossed onto the mall fountain's floor, Raphael speaks in Leonardo's voice.
4. Krang's eyes are white instead of purple on the final shot of the first Technodrome scene.
5. Usagi's eyes have a white schlera isntead of yellow right before he jumps up and cuts the sewer pipe with his sword.
6. Rocksteady's eyes are white instead of yellow as he and Bebop exit the fireworks factory.
7. Rocksteady's eyes are again white instead of yellow as Shredder says "swear eternal loyalty to me" to Usagi.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Shredder calls Usagi a blasted rabbit on his first appearance in this episode.
2. Shredder calls Rocksteady and Bebop imbeciles after they come out of the transport module.
3. Shredder calls Rocksteady and Bebop zeroes while they are in the alley near the Animal Society.
4. Shredder tells Usagi's task is to "destroy the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles." Shredder than tells Usagi if he loses the duel with him to "destroy the Turtles." Upon Usagi's defeat, Shredder reaffirms him to destroy the Turtles.
5. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga dude" after Donatello launches the fireworks.
6. Shredder calls Rocksteady and Bebop brainless hulks when he tells them that it isn't an abandoned warehouse.

Pizza References:
1. Michelangelo brings three pepperoni pizzas into Donatello's lab and says "It's pizza time".
2. A moment later, Raphael says to Donatello "too busy for pizza?"
3. A man delivers Michelangelo a pizza at the end and he explains to Usagi exactly what that food its.

Pop Culture References:
1. The title of this episode is in reference to the 1943 movie Lassie Come Home.
2. Raphael warns Donatello not to use his portal to tune into a wrestling match by mistake.
3. When the alien movie comes on Donatello's portal, Michelangelo believes he is watching "The Planet of the Rubber Bands", a spoof on the 1968 movie "Planet of the Apes". This would also inspire the title of two future episodes in this series, "Planet of the Turtles" and "Planet of the Turtleoids".
4. Michelangelo is seen playing Jacks in the training room when Donatello gives up.
5. Bebop says the famous Bugs Bunny "What's Up, Doc?" as he points his gun at Dr. Winterbottom.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Krang says to Shredder "watching reruns of your old failures" near the start of the episode.
2. Shredder said that he had to open his big mouth after the transport module door falls and makes him scream.
3. Michelangelo says that he always wanted to be on TV as he fools Usagi on all those TV monitors.
4. In response to Pop Culture Reference No. 5 listed above, Bebop says "I always wanted to say that".

Wacky Inventions:
1. Bebop's powerful magnet
2. Rocksteady's toy robot
3. The extreme energy boosting formula

Kidnapping:
Shredder, Rocksteady, and Bebop kidnap Obento, and is found bound and gagged at an abandoned warehouse.

Notable:
Final appearance of Usagi Yojimbo.


Episode 53: The Making of Metalhead
Written by: Michael Reaves

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Pat Fraley: Krang, Burne Thompson
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop
Dorian Harewood: Shredder
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick
Unknown Voice Actor: Megatech Security Guard
Various Voice Actors: Metalhead (originally Dorian Harewood (Shredder), than after its reprogrammed, in order of appearance, Townsend Coleman (Michelangelo), Rob Paulsen (Raphael), Cam Clarke (Leonardo), Barry Gordon (Donatello), and in the final battle, Pat Fraley (Krang).

Mistakes:
1. Bebop's Com Link was rectangular in shape when he was contacted by Shredder near the start of the episode.
2. Rocksteady's eyes are white instead of yellow after he and Bebop are thrown to the wall by Metalhead.
3. How did Metalhead get Krang's voice?

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Shredder calls Bebop and Rocksteady cretins shortly after they reach the surface.
2. After the alarm at Megatech sounds, Shredder is impatient for the blasted turtles.
3. Krang tells Metalhead to seek and destroy the Turtles.
4. The Turtles say "Turtles Fight With Honor" in their first fight with Metalhead.
5. Shredder calls Rocksteady and Bebop idiots after a splash of water gets Shredder wet.
6. Shredder calls Bebop a fool and an idiot as he shoots at Metalhead.

Pizza References:
1. Michelangelo wanted a tea and toast pizza instead of chicken soup that April gives him.
2. Bebop wants to order pizza and not pay for it as he and Rocksteady are carrying sacks of money.
3. Vinnie's Pizzeria's billboard next to the Channel 6 building is visible.

Pop Culture References:
1. The Turtles in this episode are sick with Turtlepox, a parody on the human Chicken Pox disease.
2. Rocksteady says "If I only had a brain" on the first street scene, in reference to the Wizard of Oz's scarecrow quote.
3. Bebop says "Hit the road Jack" to the Megatech security guard in reference to the 1961 Ray Charles song.
4. Another "What's up boss" by Bebop in reference to Bugs Bunny's "What's up Doc?" (see Mistake No. 1)
5. As April peeks above the sewer cover into the financial district, she says "Just when you thought it was safe to come out of the sewers", in reference to the tagline from the 1975 movie Jaws.
6. As the Brainalyzer affects the Turtles, Michelangelo describes it as a heavy metal concert going on in his head.
7. When Metalhead speaks as Raphael, he wonders if the decorator of the Turtles' Lair is the Phantom of the Opera, the title character of the 1987 musical.
8. Raphael says "there goes the neighborhood", popularized in the 1970 movie Watermelon Man as Metalhead senses Shredder approaching the lair.
9. Michelangelo says "Catch us if you Can" while on his Cheapskate in pursuit of Shredder, a possible reference to the 1965 Dave Clark Five song.
10. Near the end, Donatello says that he created Metalhead as a Frankenstein.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
While being gagged by Metalhead, Raphael says to Donatello "Want to run by that one more time, Donatello?"

Wacky Inventions:
1. Metalhead himself, including its remote camera
2. Krang's Brainalyzer
3. The laser beam from Channel 6's satellite dish

Notables:
1. First appearance of Metalhead. This is not the same Metal Head character from Justice Force.
2. The tension theme cue plays right before the second commercial break, but after the break, it turns out to be just a reprogrammed Metalhead by Donatello. This is the first time in the series that such tension at the end of an act turns out to be just a joke rather than an enemy attack.
3. Bebop and Rocksteady (with Shredder) get covered in cement by a truck for the first time since Shreddered and Splintered.

See Making of Metalhead... I added a mistake.
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Old 06-24-2013, 05:55 PM   #200
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Episode 34: Four Musketurtles
Written by: Doug Molitor

Voice Cast:
James Avery: Shredder
Greg Berg: Donatello, Bebop
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Jennifer Darling: Irma Langinstein
Pat Fraley: Krang, Burne Thompson, Jewelry Store Ownder
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick

Mistakes:
1. If Leonardo thinks he's D'Artagnan, then he should be speaking in a French accent, not an English one.
2. When Krang gives his flackback about transporting the Imperbuim with other Krangezoids, he is still a brain along with other Krangezoids, but he had a humanoid body before being exiled to Earth, where he then removed it.
3. Right as Shredder, Bebop and Rocksteady get into the transport module, they all look for the Imperbium Gem, and Rocksteady is holding the little generator for it, but the Gem is already on the generator.
4. The teeth grille on the Turtle Van's bumper was not present when Michelangelo told Donatello to come to the parade.

Catchphrase Countdown:
1. While Krang is protected by the Imperbium's shield, he says "I am invincible!"
2. Donatello calls Shredder "Tin Grin" right as he attacks him with his bo to the transport module.

Pizza References:
1. The Turtles are eating grape jelly pizza as they watch "Revenge of the Polkadot Slime, Part 5".
2. Michelangelo tells Leonardo to "wake up and smell the pizza" while he is fainted in the jewelry store.

Pop Culture References:
1. Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday) is celebrated, and includes a parade with floats and people dressed in various costumes.
2. The title and theme of this episode is a reference to the 1844 novel "The Three Musketeers" by Alexandre Dumas. April dresses like a 17th-century noblewoman right out of the novel, and shows a copy of this book. Various quotes from the book are said, mainly by Leonardo. Raphael, Donatello, and Michelangelo are costumed as Athos, Porthos, and Aramis.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
Michelangelo says that he feels so corny talking like a Musketeer as the Turtles come to battle, right before Leonardo's "spell" wears off.

Wacky Invention:
Krang's Imperbium Generator

Kidnappings:
1. Irma is kidnapped by Shredder because she has the Star of Brazil diamond that he's seeking.
2. April is kidnapped by Shredder as she tries to rescue Irma, and becomes his slave.

Notables:
1. The first episode in which Krang's android body is shown to move by itself, meaning it has an autopilot setting.
2. The Foot Soldiers in this episode have a yellow Foot Clan symbol on their heads instead of the standard red.
3. The first appearance of the Channel 6 News Copter.
It's definitely imperVium... http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Impervium
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