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Episode 105: The Turtles and the Hare
Written by: Misty Taggart

Voice Cast:
James Avery: Shredder, The Big Bad Wolf
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady, Jack
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Hokum Hare
Jennifer Darling: Mildred, Little Boy
Pat Fraley: Krang, Burne Thompson
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil, Little Girl
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Chicken Little, Truck Driver
Peter Renaday: Vernon Fenwick, The Giant

Mistakes:
1. Rocksteady jumps out of the way of the Docilizer Ray when Hokum Hare moves the microwave satellite dish towards Shredder, but Krang tells him that it has no effect on mutants.
2. Inside the Microwave Transmission Center, the buttons on Shredder's Com-link are missing.
3. The Channel 6 Easter Egg Hunt banner changes from white to pink when we cut to a shot of only right portion of the sign visible with the Turtles, April, Mildred, and Hokum in front of the Turtle Van.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Krang calls Rocksteady and Bebop idiots after he tells them that the Dosilizer has no effect on mutants.
2. Shredder calls Rocksteady and Bebop dumbunnies when he asks Krang about them testing his Docilizer.
3. Donatello says "Donatello Here" when he answers his Turtlecom in the Turtle Van.
4. Rocksteady refers to the Turtles as Shellbacks right before Shredder instructs him and Bebop to leave the Channel 6 building.
5. Michelangelo says "Holy Guacamole" when he sees the Big Bad Wolf runs after the Three Little Pigs on the Dimensional Scanner.
6. Leonardo and Raphael say "Turtle Power!" when they jump into Donatello's portal into the Fairy Tale Dimension.
7. Raphael calls Shredder "Shredhead" as his throws a sai and hits him.

Pizza References:
None in this episode.

Pop Culture References:
1. The episode title is dervied from the Aesop fable The Tortoise and The Hare.
2. The fairy tale dimension contains an animated personification of some Mother Goose tales. Included are The Tortoise and the Hare, Rub-a-dub-dub, Chicken Little, The Three Little Pigs and Jack and the Beanstalk which is the primary fairy tale plot used in this episode.
3. This episode takes place at Easter, and is reflected by Donatello's Easter Egg machine, Easter Baskets, Bebop and Rocksteady's Easter Bunny disguises, and an Easter Egg Hunt.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Right before Rocksteady and Bebop walk through the portal, Rocksteady says that this episode is going to be full of rabbit jokes.
2. After Shredder tells Rocksteady and Bebop to leave the Channel 6 studio, they say that someday they'll have their own show and they'll be the boss of Shredder.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Krang's Docilizer
2. Donatello's East Egg-Making Machine
3. Donatello's Portable Spectrascope
4. Syranium Crystal Refractor
5. Donatello's Dimensional Scanner
6. The Microwave Transmission Tower

Notables:
1. First episode of Season 5 by most episode guide sources, though the DVD sets include this as the final episode of Season 4. This is also the final episode in which Michelangelo's nunchucks are visible behind his shell, except for a brief appearance in "Landlord of the Flies" and in the European Vacation episodes that aired out of order.
2. The original opening sequence last seen in "Back to the Egg" returns for this and the following episode.
3. This episode was animated by Murakami Wolf Dublin.
4. The Group W productions logo as it was last seen in "Back to the Egg" returns for this and the following episode.
5. First appearance of Hokum Hare.
6. Splinter does not appear in this episode.
7. Final appearance of Donatello's full-sized Portable Portal Generator until "The Day the Earth Disappeared."


Episode 106: Once Upon a Time Machine
Written by: Michael Maurer

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Old Leonardo, Rocksteady
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Old Michelangelo, Hokum Hare
Pat Fraley: Krang, Police Officers
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Old Donatello, Bebop
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil, Old April O'Neil, Jersey Red
Nicholas Osama: Lugnut
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Old Raphael, High-Five
Peter Renaday: Splinter
Unknown Voice Actor: Reginald, Turtle Mansion Guide

Mistakes:
1. Raphael is colored like Leonardo after the Turtles stopped looking at their older counterparts at their mansion.
2. In this episode, Shredder's Com-link is missing its yellow and red buttons and is mirror-flipped.
3. The Turtles board the subway for the future at the Central Avenue Station, but in the real NYC, there is no subway station with that name.
4. During Old April's report, Old Leonardo's belt initial is colored like it was in Season 2.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Shredder is excited that the future holds a world without those wretched reptiles.
2. Shredder says that even in the future he is plagued by those blasted reptiles.
3. The Turtles say "Turtle Power" as they leave the Lair as Hokum warns them that Shredder is trying to take over the future.
4. Raphael calls Shredder Shredhead when he first sees him in the future.
5. The Turtles say "Turtle Power" as they swing across the subway station in 2036 to knock down some thugs.
6. After the battle with Bebop and Rocksteady's gang, he tells Hokum and the other Turtles to find Tin Grin.
7. The old Turtles say "Turtle Power" after they accept to battle Shredder while in their flying car.
8. High-Five calls the Turtles "greenback yellowbellies" when the young Turtles escape into the subway.

Pizza References:
1. Hokum cooks a pizza, bunny-style with lots of vegetable toppings at the start of the episode. When Hokum leaves the Lair, he asks Michelangelo to keep the pizza warm.
2. Michelangelo is seen eating pizza in the lair, but Splinter takes it away from him noting that all those calories will make him fat.
3. Michelangelo's Cowabunga Pizza is a pizzeria in 2036, topped with a statue of Michelangelo holding a pizza.
4. Reginald delivers Old Michelangelo about nine pizzas and eats one.
5. Old Michelangelo offers young Michelangelo a piece of his farewell pizza right before he returns to 1991.
6. Hokum is seen with three pizza boxes has he stands in Donatello's portal.

Pop Culture References:
1. The subway in 1991 shows some graffiti, including the Peace Sign when April signs out of her report on crime.
2. Raphael is trying to watch Milligan's Island, a parody of the TV series Gilligan's Island until Splinter turns off the TV for ninja exercises.
3. When Hokum sees a statue of the Turtles in the future, Hokum says that they are more famous than Little Bo Peep.
4. As Hokum enters Donatello's portal, he says that Hansel and Gretel would love the Turtles' pizzas.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Hokum says he sees the same bad guys he met on the last episode when he peeks down into the subway car in which Shredder and his mutants are on.
2. Jersey Red says "I always wanted to say that" when she forces the police officers against the wall inside the police station.
3. After Donatello says that there is less than 15 minutes remaining to save the future and return to 1991, Raphael asks him if that counts the commercial break.
4. When Shredder tells the young Turtles to challenge him at the subway tunnel, Raphael looks at the camera and says "I wonder if he means us".
5. Michelangelo says that he never would feel that he would say something like that after he rejects Old Michelangelo's Farewell Pizza.

Wacky Inventions:
1. The Flying Taxi
2. The Old Age Mutant Turtles Flying Car
3. Krang's Matter Transformer
4. The Time Distortion and Portal
5. The Flying Calendar (the date reads November 11, 2036)
6. Donatello's Energy Meter

Notables:
1. Final syndicated episode not on USA network and the final that does not take place in Europe based on the official episode order. Also the last episode that uses the original opening sequence until "Tower of Power".
2. Final appearance of Hokum Hare.
3. Final appearance of the Group W Productions laser lights logo, and the final episode that plays the closing theme in full until "Tower of Power".
4. Final episode animated by Murakami Wolf Dublin.
5. This episode was not released on DVD until the Season 10 DVD was released.
6. Final appearance of Bebop and Rocksteady's gang, though only three members from "The Gang's All Here" are seen.
7. Many of the civilians in 2036 have hairstyles resembling the Neutrinos.
8. The Statue of Liberty turns into the Statue of Shredder and back in this episode.
9. Bebop's eyes are visible right as he contacts Shredder on his Com-link at the entrance to the subway station.
10. Vernon is seen in this episode but does not speak.
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Episode 107: My Brother, the Bad Guy
Written by: Dennis O'Flaherty

Voice Cast:
James Avery: Shredder
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Jim Cummings: Kojima Brothers
Pat Fraley: Krang, Kazuo Saki, Mr. Reilly
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop
Renae Jacobs: April O誰eil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick
Unknown Voice Actor: Ninja Museum Policemen, Kazuo Saki's Identification Device Voice

Mistakes:
1. Beginning with this episode and continuing with all CBS episodes through Season 7, Rob Paulsen's last name in the credits is incorrectly spelled "Paulson".
2. Rocksteady's dagger is missing from his back when he and Bebop are firing their guns at the police from the university window as Donatello watches them.
3. Given that in Japanese naming conventions that the last name comes before the first name, Shredder's brother's last name is Saki instead of Oroku.
4. When Michelangelo says "come on!" during Vernon's news report, his mouth doesn't move.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. After the Turtlecom conversation with April, Donatello wonders what Tin Grin is up to.
2. Shredder calls Rocksteady and Bebop imbeciles at the electronics factory when we first see him there.
3. Shredder calls Rocksteady and Bebop when they fight over the lever on what they suspected to be an arcade machine.
4. Shredder calls Rocksteady a fool when he instructs him to pull the sheet off of the Kojima Brothers' Holograms.
5. Bebop says "Mama" when Shredder reveals the holograms.
6. Krang says "what about those blasted Turtles" during his Com-link conversation with Shredder.
7. Shredder tells the Kojima Brothers inside the electronics hideout to destroy the Turtles.
8. The Kojima Brothers say in unison "Destroy the Turtles" when they encounter them in the sewers.
9. Leonardo says "Turtles, Fight with Honor" after Kazuo explains that its his responsibility to arrest Shredder.
10. The Kojuma Brothers say "Destroy the Turtles" right after the second commercial break.
11. Leonardo, Raphael, and Michelangelo say "Turtle Power" after Splinter tells them to fight with honor during the hologram battle.
12. After the Kojima Brothers are defeated and the Turtles head after Shredder, they all says "Let's Kick Some Shell!"
13. Krang calls Shredder a bucket brain when he sees that the Technodrome is sinking deeper into the lava. In response, Shredder calls Krang a nasty little hump of ganglia.
14. Shredder calls Kazuo a brat after he knocks away his gun that he was about to fire at the Turtles.
15. Shredder calls Kazuo a soft-hearted wimp when Kazuo challenges him to a fight at the fusion plant and throws him back through the portal.

Pizza References:
1. After Donatello shows Michelangelo his snack machine, Michelangelo asks him if he is sure he doesn't want him to go for pizza.
2. Rocksteady said that in the sewers that a good place to place the Hologram Projector is near Vinnie's Pizzeria.
3. Michelangelo says that he still sprouts for pizza at the end of the episode, instead of the sushi that Splinter offers.

Pop Culture References:
1. The Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force flag is seen in this episode.
2. The Kurokuwa-shu originally appeared in the manga Lone Wolf and Cub, written by Kazuo Koike.
3. When Rocksteady and Bebop head off to take the Hologram Projector into the sewers, Shredder says that it will be "finders weepers", a parody on the expression "Finders Keepers" which is also the name of several films and a Nickelodeon Game show in the late 1980s.
4. Rocksteady's line of "come and get me copper" is a tribute to James Cagney in the 1949 film White Heat. Rocksteady also says that he heard it in a movie once. After Rocksteady ducks from a laser, Bebop says that they must have seen the same movie.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. After the Turtles and Kazuo Saki agree that Shredder is behind the theft, Raphael asks if TV has commercials.
2. Rocksteady says that he always wanted to say the line "come and get me coppers."

Wacky Inventions:
1. Shredder's getaway van
2. The Giant Magnet
3. Lieutenant Saki's Identification Device
4. Hologram Projector
5. Donatello's Snack Machine
6. The Kojima Brothers Holograms

Kidnapping:
Shredder handcuffs Kazuo to a pole in the fusion power plant.

Notables:
1. Final appearance of the Dimension X Asteroid.
2. For the first time in this series, the Technodrome changes its location early in the season rather than at the finale.
3. First episode that takes place in real time in Japan; Turtle Tracks and Blast From the Past featured flashback scenes.
4. First episode of Season 5 that aired on CBS Saturday Morning. The two-part episode Planet of the Turtleoids was shown as a primetime special on CBS prior to this episode, but since the Technodrome is already established in the Arctic, that is not the first episode in the current canon of this season.
5. The second introduction sequence returns, and will continue to be used until the European Vacation episodes.
6. During the closing credits, the theme is slightly shortened at the end in order to make way for a musical stinger over the MWS logo, which consists of seven notes, with the sixth note longer than the others.
7. Showing how weak Bebop's memory is, he asks what a hologram is to Shredder like he completely forgot the concept from the episode Cowabunga, Shredhead. Splinter, however, recalls the events of that episode telling Kazuo Saki that the last time that Shredder used holograms, he was planning to kidnap the President.


Episode 108: Michelangelo Meets Mondo Gecko
Written by: Gary Greenfield

Voice Cast:
Greg Berg: Sluggo
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Basher
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, First Army Officer
Pat Fraley: Police Chief
Barry Gordon: Donatello
Renae Jacobs: April O誰eil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Mr. X
Unknown Voice Actor: Mondo Gecko

Mistake:
The truck hijacking news got out so quickly. It was out in the middle of nowhere, but April's on the case shortly after.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Basher calls Michelangelo "fishfood breath".
2. As Basher smashes Michelangelo's Turtlecom, he calls him a shellback.
3. Mondo Gecko calls Basher a cheesehead and a dweeb as he betrays them.
4. Mr. X calls Basher and Sluggo idiots after Mondo Gecko knocks them down. After Basher knocks over and triggers the Super Explosive, Mr. X calls him a clumsy fool.
5. Leonardo, Raphael, and Donatello say "Turtle Power" when they arrive at Mr. X's hideout through the glass ceiling.
6. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" has he protects Mondo Gecko from Mr. X's firearm.
7. April says "What a dynamite story!" when she arrives at Mr. X's hideout.
8. Michelangelo and Mondo Gecko say "Cowabunga" as the episode ends.

Pizza References:
1. Donatello explains to Michelangelo that eating lots of cream cheese pizzas before bed gives him the same nightmare.
2. After Splinter hypnotizes Michelangelo, he tells him that he senses himself alone on a desert island made completely with pizza.
3. Donatello cooks a hot oatmeal pizza and is seen eating pizza with Raphael. After Leonardo asks him where he'd last see Michelangelo, he opens the refrigerator and a stack of pizza pans is seen.
4. As Mondo Gecko threatens to fire at Michelangelo, Michelangelo tells Mr. X that he's a pizza man himself.

Pop Culture References:
1. Mr. X is also the name of the main villain of the main antagonist and final boss in the Streets of Rage video games, and are both powerful crime lords. The first game in the series was released a month before this episode first aired.
2. Devil's Mountain, Mr. X's hideout, has no such real place name on Earth. It is perhaps in reference to Devil's Peak in Cape Town, South Africa.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. In the warehouse, Mondo Gecko says to Michelangelo that he first met him at the end of Act One, right before the first commercial break.
2. Michelangelo says "You kids might not want to watch this part" when Basher and Sluggo force the truck with Michelangelo down the mountain.
3. As Michelangelo is stranded inside the truck as it travels down the mountain, he hopes that there's a cartoon in his entire life before his eyes.
4. Michelangelo says "where have I heard that one before" as his pendant fails to work on Mondo Gecko initially.

Wacky Inventions:
1. The Super Explosive
2. Mondo Gecko's power Skateboard
3. Donatelo's Neuton Divider Tracking Device on the Turtle Blimp's controls

Kidnappings:
1. Mondo Gecko briefly kidnaps Michelangelo, hanging him upside down in the sewers.
2. Mondo Gecko kindaps Michelangelo in the warehouse by throwing a fishing net on him, and then the basher carries him off into the bed of a pickup truck.
3. The Turtles kidnap Mr. X, Sluggo, and Basher and trap them inside the hideout.

Notables:
1. First appearance of Mondo Gecko.
2. Michelangelo's dream of the baby Turtles landing in the sewers on top of the ooze is different from the one shown on Turtle Tracks.
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Episode 109: Enter: Mutagen Man
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
James Avery: Shredder, First Construction Worker, Second Construction Worker
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Jennifer Darling: Irma Langinstein, Seymour/Old Lady
Pat Fraley: Krang, Burne Thompson, Seymour/Security Guard, Construction Worker
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop
Renae Jacobs: April O誰eil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Seymour Gutz/Mutagen Man
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick, Butch O'Reilly

Mistakes:
1. Seymour is able to mutate non-organic material such as clothing and Shredder's metal mask. Plus, pay attention to Krang, when he tells Seymour to mutate into Shredder, his tentacle goes magically through the monitor screen.
2. When April uses her Turtlecom to contact the Turtles when she's trapped on the sky tram, it is depicted like the Turtles version.
3. Donatello's belt initial has a white D with a grey outline like it was in Season 2 when he and Michelangelo hog tie Bebop.
4. During Act Two, Seymour's animation is mirror-flipped.
5. The mud and the surface in which the Transport Module was on were the same color when the Module heads underground when Shredder, Bebop, and Rocksteady head towards the space station.
6. When Raphael says "Not from where I'm standing" as they peek into the basement of Ace Scientific Company, his mouth doesn't move for part of that line.
7. In the first shot of the Ace Scientific Company building as the Turtles peek from the manhole cover, the word "ACE" is missing above the 655 and corporate logo, but is visible when we see a shot of it with Mutagen Man a moment later. It is also visible when we see a shot of the Channel 6 van with nobody on the street, but the next time it is shown as April and the disguised Mutagen Man as Irma head towards the Channel 6 News Van, the word "ACE" is missing.
8. The Channel 6 building is misspelled "CHANEL" in the shot of the Turtles running towards the building.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. The Turtles say "Go Green Machine" when the decide to check out Ace Scientific Company as they leave the Lair.
2. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" as he swings across the street to clear the disguised Old Lady out of harm from the traffic.
3. Leonardo and Raphael say "Turtle Power" as they jump into a dump chute at the unfinished skyscraper.
4. The Turtles say "It's Turtle Time!" as they jump off a bus near the river when they see April.
5. Krang refers to Mutagen Man as an idiot right before he returns to Shredder's hideout.
6. The Turtles say "Turtle Power" after Krang is distracted by the Bebop clone.
7. Shredder calls the Turtles two-towed twits after he discovers that he dumped the mutagen into the disposal system.

Pizza References:
1. Michelangelo would rather explore the surface of a pizza than the planet Venus.
2. A pizza joint is visible in the shot where the disguised Old Lady is stuck in the middle of the street fighting traffic.
3. Michelangelo cooks up some pizzas and hands one to Donatello saying that there's nothing like a bubbling pizza after a long day of making the world safe from tyrants.

Pop Culture Reference:
Raphael tells Butch that he'd get the Congressional Medal of Horror, a parody of the Congressional Medal of Honor if he captures and defeats the Turtles.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Krang says he's telling the audience about how he and Shredder must get the mutagen before the rocket lifts off.
2. Krang calls Bebop and Rocksteady morons after they tell him how they failed to retrieve the Byndex-3.
3. Raphael tells the construction worker "don't you guys watch Television" to tell him that the Turtles are not Alien Invaders.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Byndex-3
2. The Central-Matic Waste Disposal System

Kidnappings:
1. Mutagen Man disguises as Irma and locks her in a janitor closet in the Ace building.
2. Seymour disguised as an Old Lady throws Donatello and Michelangelo into a dumpster in the alley near the Channel 6 building and locks it.
3. When a disguised Vernon mutates back into Mutagen Man, he quickly turns around, grabs April, ties her up, and hangs her on an aerial tramway en route to be shredded.
4. The Turtles tie up Bebop and Rocksteady near the launch pad.

Notables:
1. First appearance of the Transport Modules since "The Big Rip Off".
2. Mutagen Man's Playmates toy lists him as a bad guy, however in this episode he as Seymour is a good guy designated to retrieve the Byndex-3 against his own desire by Shredder.
3. Burne tells Vernon that his namesake talk show, which was shown to be a hit in the episode "The Dimension X Story," is getting lousy ratings and Irma mentions that his talk show is about to be cancelled.
4. Krang appears in the city for the first time since "Shredderville".


Episode 110: Donatello's Bad Time
Written by: Misty Taggart

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Dr. Keppel
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Splinter
Jennifer Darling: Irma Langinstein, Bedelia Badd, First Woman in Salon
Pat Fraley: Burne Thompson, Buford Badd
Barry Gordon: Donatello
Renae Jacobs: April O誰eil, Second Woman in Salon
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Bubba Badd

Mistakes:
1. When Splinter speaks to Donatello about his camoflauge to the Turtle Van, the right-side (on Splinter's left) yellow symbol on his kimono is missing in a couple of shots.
2. In a side view of the Turtle Van as the Badd's drive it, the rectangular border surrounding the word TURTLES is white instead of green.
3. When the Power Sizer is in the Turtle Van in the Badd's control, we see a shot of a street with the shops "ViDEO WORLD" and "STANS" in the same block, with their lights on. When we cut back to the street after a scene inside the Turtle Van, we not only see ViDEO WORLD and STANS again in the same block, but the lights have also turned off.
4. In the next shot, when the Turtle Van crashes into two cars at an intersection, the traffic signals not only are missing a yellow light, but each side has two lights of the same color rather than red and green.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Burne says "go go go go" when he requests April and Irma to check out the scene of the crime victims at the beauty salon.
2. Michelangelo says to Donatello that he needs some Turtle Van Power.
3. April says "This is April O'Neil, Channel 6 News" when she starts her news report at Keppel Research Laboratories.
4. April says to Buford "let go of me you cornfed gorilla" when he grabs her and Irma.
5. April says "what a story!" when she picks her her news camera after the Badds leave the research laboratory.
6. Donatello says "Donatello here" when he answers his Turtlecom while in the Badd's car.
7. Leonardo, Raphael, and Michelangelo say "Turtle Power" when they escape into the sewer cover after they see Donatello in the Badd's car.
8. Leonardo, Raphael, and Michelangelo say "Turtle Power" and Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" when they come to the rescue for Donatello as they slide down from a building using a grappling hook.
9. The Turtles say "let's turtleize them" during the battle with the Badd's.

Pizza References:
1. The episode opens with Michelangelo opening the freezer noticing that the pizzas are melting, and Michelangelo throws one pizza to Leonardo, who tehn passes it to Raphael, who then puts it in the oven. They are then shown eating the pizza a minute minute later, in which Michelangelo says about Donatello that all work and no pizza makes a dull dude.
2. Vinnie's pizza billboard is visible next to the Channel 6 building.
3. Michelangelo blew a fuse, causing the Lair to lose power when he was microwaving about ten pizzas.

Pop Culture References:
1. When Donatello says "Chalk up another one for science" in the Turtle Van, that may be a reference to the quote "Chalk up another one for the Fonz" from Happy Days.
2. Leonardo is reading an issue of Crimestoppers weekly. Crimestoppers is an organization that involves providing information about crime activity.
3. Bedelia opens up a western-style wanted poster in the Turtle Van after it stops.
4. Bubba wants to watch the Mighty Muskrat cartoon, in reference to the Mighty Mouse cartoon instead of retrieving the diamond while in the Turtle Van.
5. Donatello says that he read the latest information on the Power Sizer in the latest issue of GQ: Genius Quarterly, which is a spoof on the magazine Gentlemen's Quarterly.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. April tells Dr. Keppel to tell our audience about the diamond.
2. Donatello says "people think we geniuses have it easy" when he says that he has to outsmart his inventions while driving the Badd's car.
3. Raphael asks Leonardo to explain what Donatello has been doing for the entire episode when Leonardo is talking to him on the Turtlecom.
4. In the shot of Dr. Keppel with a swirl of smoke behind him, he says that he hates flashbacks as much as you do but somewhat has to explain what's going on.
5. Raphael says "don't ever try this at home, kids; we're professionals" after he slides down the building using a grappling hook onto the top of the Turtle Van.
6. Right as the Turtle Van stops, Donatello says "as they say in all those cartoons, phew that was close."

Wacky Inventions:
1. The Turtle Van's parachute braking system
2. Dr. Keppel's Power Sizer
3. The Turtle Van's smokescreen machine
4. The Badd's Getaway Vehicle's vacuum
5. The Turtle Van's springboard on its roof
6. The Turtle Van's Mud Missles
5. The Badd's Getaway Vechicle's Ice Missle

Kidnapping:
Bedelia shoves and locks Donatello into the trunk of the Badd's car.

Notables:
1. First episode in which Splinter is voiced by Townsend Coleman.
2. Only episode in which the tension theme plays immediately after the commercial break.
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Episode 111: Michelangelo Meets Bugman Again
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Professor Higginbottom
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Splinter, Vernon Fenwick, Jerry Spiegel/The Swatter
Jennifer Darling: Irma Langinstein, Juliet Schmooze's secretary
Pat Fraley: Burne Thompson, Short Criminal, Police Officer
Dan Gilvezan: Brick Bradley/Bugman
Barry Gordon: Donatello
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil
Tress MacNeille: Juliet Schmooze, Lady with green bow
Rob Paulsen: Raphael
Unknown Voice Actor: News Vendor, Tall Criminal

Mistakes:
1. In April's report at the shopping mall she says that the skies are clear, though they are actually partly cloudy.
2. In a closeup shot of the Entire State Building's elevator up/down buttons, they are shown with a grey outline and orangish red buttons, but in the next shot as Swatter enters the elevator, both the up/down buttons and outline are gold.
3. After the Turtles return to the Lair, Donatello's "D" is missing in the first shot inside the Lair.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" as he launches his grappling hook at two criminals in order to save Jerry Spiegel.
2. Michelangelo says "holy guacamole" after his phone call with Juliet.
3. When Donatello speaks to Swatter on the roof of the skyscraper, he refers to Shredhead about him ripping off his costume.
3. Michelangelo calls Brick Bradley a wimped-out crumb in the Turtle Van.

Pizza References:
1. Michelangelo says that Jerry Spiegel is as slippery as a greasy pepperoni (referring to a pizza) after the criminals are captured.
2. Irma warns Michelangelo that if Brick Bradley does a comic and finds out about his favorite pizza place, the bad guys will be after the Turtles.
3. One of the questions that Swatter asks the Turtles (minus Michelangelo) on the roof is their favorite things to put on pizza.
4. Vinnie's Pizza billboard next to the Channel 6 building is visible.
5. The Turtles say "Turtle Power" as they avenge on Swatter on top of the skyscraper.

Pop Culture References:
1. Jerry Speigel is a parody of Superman creator Jerry Seigel.
2. When Raphael checks out the titles at the comic book stand that Michelangelo is browsing, one of the titles is the "Teen Twinkies", a parody of the Teen Titans.
3. One of the buildings is named the Entire State Building, a parody of the Empire State Building.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Swatter says that being a bad guy is such fun at the end of his first scene.
2. Right before the second commercial break, Michelangelo looks straight at the screen saying that Brick Bradley picked a bad time to find inner peace.
3. In the Turtle Van, Michelangelo says "Who's supposed to being ticked off? Him (Brick Bradley) or me?"
4. Leonardo: "Can you imagine anyone publishing a comic book about us?"
Raphael: "That has got to be the dumbest idea I have ever heard."
Michelangelo: "You are right dude. The entire concept is multo bizarro." Then, Michelangelo grabs a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comic book under the bed and says "come on dudes, you read it too."

Wacky Inventions:
1. Donatello's Sewer Intruder alert system
2. Swatter's Hypno Ray
3. The Entire State Building's Transmitting Equipment

Kidnappings:
Leonardo, Donatello, and Raphael are stuck to a thick wall at the top of the Entire State Building by Swatter.

Notables:
1. Final appearance of Brick Bradley/Bugman.
2. Swatter, Jerry Spiegel's alter ego, is a Shredder spoof. Since he is voiced by Townsend Coleman, his voice sounds similar to Shredder's during the later portion of Season 7.
3. This is notable for being the first non-Shredder episode written by David Wise and also due to the fact that it aired on CBS during the first half hour when Shredder episodes would normally air.
4. Only episode in which Vernon is voiced by Townsend Coleman.
5. A flashback clip from the episode "Michelangelo Meets Bugman" is used when Michelangelo talks to Raphael about Bugman's origin.
6. Shredder and Krang is mentioned in this episode by Michelangelo.


Episode 112: Muckman Messes Up
Written by: Francis Moss and Ted Pedersen

Voice Cast:
James Avery: Shredder*
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady, News Anchor
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Garson Grunge/Muckman
Jennifer Darling: Irma Langinstein
Pat Fraley: Krang
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Joe Junkee/Joey Eyeball
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Tropotron Labs Security Guard

Mistakes:
1. The mutagen vat is full after Splinter released its contents on Shredder and Krang earlier in the episode.
2. When Shredder and mutants escabe the lab after the Turtles avenge on them, a small flap, which appears to be the door to the Transport Module and its seat appear on the side of the Module closest to the drill.
3. In this episode and Landlord of the Flies, Krang has dark purple corneas.
4. Ted Pedersen's last name is incorrectly spelled "Pederson" on the written by credit.
5. Raphael, Leonardo, and Donatello's belt initials are colored like they were in Season 2 (grey outline, white letters) when April contacts them while Donatello is holding an issue of Genius Quarterly.
6. April says "So long fellas" in Irma's voice when the Turtles prepare to travel to the Technodrome.
7. Donatello's belt initial has its Season 2 colors when he says that the Portable Portal Generator's power is running out.
8. In Irma's apartment, Michelangelo takes several bites of a slice of pizza, but the pizza appears to have not taken any bites.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. The Turtles say "Turtle Power" as they go into Tropotron Labs.
2. Shredder (voiced by Jim Cummings) says "quick you idiots" to Rocksteady and Bebop as they retreat to the Module.
3. April says "put me down you big glub of garbage" when Muckman grabs her.
4. April calls Shredder a "real big fibber" while she's tied up in the warehouse.
5. Leonardo, Raphael, and Michelangelo say "Turtle Power" as they leave Donatello's Lab in search of April and Irma. They again say "Turtle Power" as they pop out of the sewer cover where Donatello is.
6. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" as the Turtles and Muckman walk through the portal.
7. The Turtles and Muckman say "Turtle Power" as they enter into the Technodrome as they step out of the portal.
8. Leonardo says "Let's make Turtle Tracks" after a laser destroys Donatello's bo.
9. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" as the Turtles and Muckman jump through the portal back into the Turtles' Lair.

Pizza References:
1. Michelangelo asks Donatello if the X7 Compound can be used as pizza toppings.
2. A piece of pizza is shown next to Donatello's computer in his lab.
3. Michelangelo would rather pour Muckman's DNA samples over pizza.
4. A pizza is shown on the table of Irma's apartment and Irma says "two dozen pizzas and I'm the hostess with the mostess." Michelangelo also holds and eats a slice of pizza (See Mistake No. 8 )

Pop Culture References:
1. Donatello tells some destroyed Foot Soldiers that they were supposed to limbo, a Trinidadian dance that involves bending backwards under a pole.
2. Michelangelo makes a baseball reference as Rocksteady and Bebop slide through a door saying "Nice slide dudes, but you're out!"

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Garson and Joe say that these are some pretty neat special effects after the X7 Mutagen causes them to start mutating.
2. After Shredder says "I shall not fail", Bebop says "how man times have I heard that before" and Rocksteady says "What number episode is this?"
3. When Raphael sees that Muckman and Joe Eyeball are capturing April, Raphael says "Just what this show needs, more mutants."
4. Joe Eyeball says that an abandoned warehouse works as a good hideout an any other story.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Krang's Door Opening Gizmo
2. Mutagen Tracker
3. The Compound X7 Mutagen
4. Krang's Spectro Cathode Analyzer

Kidnappings:
1. Muckman and Joey Eyeball grab April and Irma, tie them up, and hold them hostage on two chairs in an abandoned warehouse.
2. Rocksteady ties up Splinter in the alley where Shredder, Bebop, Muckman and Joey Eyeball are holding April and Irma hostage. Splinter is then taken to the Technodrome and is hanging above a mutagen vat.

Notables:
*1. When Shredder and his mutants head back to the Transport Module, some stock dialogue voiced by Jim Cummings recorded for another episode is heard. This reveals that this episode was aired out of order with regards to when the episodes of Season 5 were recorded.
2. Michelangelo is shown holding a pair of nunchucks in the shot of the Turtles in the alley where Muckman, Joe Eyeball, April and Irma.
3. Not counting the Vacation in Europe, final appearance of the Shredder's theme background music.
4. A flashback clip of Rocksteady and Bebop unleashing the X7 Mutagen is shown on Tropotron's instant replay footage.
5. Final appearance of Splinter inside the Technodrome.
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Episode 113: Napoleon Bonafrog: Colossus of the Swamps
Written by: Dennis O'Flaherty

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady, Attila Frog, Big Louie's Caucasian Henchman
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Cab Driver
Jim Cummings: Shredder, Genghis Frog
Pat Fraley: Krang, Napoleon Bonafrog, Big Louie's Black Henchman
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop
Renae Jacobs: April O誰eil
Nicholas Omana: Rasputin the Mad Frog
Rob Paulsen: Raphael
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Big Louie

Mistake:
Rocksteady flings a worm into the mutagen, and the worm has a rhino head and wings, but Splinter mentions that the mutagen takes the form of any animal it had last contacted with. So the rhino head is normal, but the wings aren't.


Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Shredder calls Rocksteady and Bebop idiots when they say to him that they want to feed the alligators while in the Transport Module.
2. Shredder calls Rocksteady and imbecile when he tells him to use the Mutagen Detector.
3. Shredder refers to the Punk Frogs as the "blasted Punk Frogs" as they retreat from him.
4. Shredder calls Napoleon a bug-eyed traitor as he fires the Muta-Shooter at him in the sewers.
5. Shredder calls the Turtles green geeks when he fires the Muta-Shooter at them a moment later.
6. Shredder calls Rocksteady and Bebop idiots when he instructs them to retreat topside from the sewers.
7. Rocksteady says "shellbacks" when he fires his gun closing off the exit in which he, Bebop, and Shredder retreated from in the sewers.
8. Shredder calls Rocksteady an idiot when he tells him to drive off in the taxi cab.
9. Shredder calls Napoleon a cretin after his Muta-Shooter failed to effect Donatello.

Pizza References:
1. At the start of the episode, Leonardo tells Michelangelo that he is eating his sixth pizza in less than an hour, and Donatello gives him the suggestion to call Pizza Eaters Anonymous. Leonardo then grabs a pizza from Michelangelo and places it on the table. Michelangelo then says that he would trade a week's supply of pizza for a little excitement. Then, a module from above grabs the pizza and takes it away.
2. When the Turtles go topside, Michelangelo mentions that it was Piltdown Petroleum Products that stole his pizza.
3. Michelangelo presents a pizza to Napoleon after the battle that's topped with bugs, gnats, and mosquitoes.

Pop Culture References:
1. Donatello's comment on "Pizza Eaters Anonymous" is a parody of the organization Alcoholics Anonymous.
2. The Star of Hoboken diamond that Shredder gives to Big Louie may be in reference to the Star of the East diamond that was purchased from Cartier Paris by Evalyn Walsh McLean.
3. Michelangelo is playing his Kung Fu Surfers video game which includes a surfer jumping a shark on a surfboard. The expression "Jump the Shark" refers to the moment that any TV Show or any other pop cultural franchise's quality begins to go downhill, and it was first shown by Fonzie on the sitcom Happy Days.
4. Raphael mentions the Empire State Building in this episode.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
Raphael said that he had to say that the Turtles are boxed when when the Turtle Van gets trapped inside Big Louie's hideout.

Wacky Inventions:
1. The Muta-Shooter
2. The Pizza Grabbing Module
3. Donatello's Satellite Monitors
4. Shredder's Mutagen Detector
5. Donatello's Sewer Surveillance Cameras
6. The Turtle Van's Hovercraft Capability
7. The Transport Module's Heat-Seeking Missle

Kidnappings:
1. Big Louie and his henchmen kidnap Napoleon in his car.
2. Rocksteady and Bebop shove Donatello into an oil barrel and tie him up and lock him inside the trunk of a taxi cab. He is then held hostage by Shredder.

Notables:
1. This episode takes place in August as confirmed by Michelangelo talking about the Petroleum company stealing antifreeze.
2. Bebop and Rocksteady are dressed in tropical clothing in this episode.
3. First episode in which Jim Cummings voices Shredder.


Episode 114: Raphael Versus the Volcano
Written by: Carole Mendelsohn

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Young Man on Skateboard, Fireman in Car, Fire Chief
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Police Sergeant
Pat Fraley: Burne Thompson, All Nite Costume Shop Cashier, Channel 6 Reporter with pink shirt, purple tie and brown jacket
Barry Gordon: Donatello
Renae Jacobs: April O誰eil, LaVerne Portside, Boy on Skateboard
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Professor Wilhelm Vanilli
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick, Man with Green Shirt and Gun
Unknown Voice Actor: Man With Bucket

Mistakes:
1. The "6" on the Channel 6 building is yellow instead of red when a shot of the building is first shown, and later on in the episode as the camera pans up the front of the building to April's Newscopter.
2. Donatello and Raphael have their Season 2-style belt initials when Raphael says "Adios Amigo" after his healthometer test.
3. Raphael's eyes have red eyelids when he blinks after he purchases a costume at the costume shop, even though they were phased out for green eyelids during Season 3.
4. Part of the Channel 6 logo on the news van is filled red instead of white when April drives up to the Police Sergeant.
5. The dial on the television inside April's Newsvan is set to Channel 5 instead of Channel 6 when it is shown with Burne on the screen.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Leonardo, Michelangelo, and Donatello say "Turtle Power" as they leave the Lair in search of Raphael.
2. Leonardo, Michelangelo, and Donatello say "Turtle Power" as they hop aboard the Turtle Blimp to save Raphael from the volcano.
3. Donatello calls Raphael an idiot when he swings down the rope from the Turtle Blimp into the volcano.

Pizza Reference:
Michelangelo tells Donatello to fix the oven since he's counting on pizza tonight. Unfortunately, Donatello says to Michelangelo that Raphael has only 24 hours to live, and Michelangelo bursts out in tears, and tells Donatello that there were so many good pizzas to look forward to.

Pop Culture References:
1. The episode title is in reference to the 1990 film Joe Versus The Volcano.
2. The "Adios Amigo" reading on the healthometer may be in reference to the 1976 Western movie of the same name starring Richard Pryor and Fred Williamson.
3. Professor Wilhelm Vanilli may be named after Botanist Jerry Wilhelm.
4. Splinter says "A healthy mind in a healthy body" to Leonardo, Raphael, and Michelangelo when Donatello brings over the healthometer, which is based upon the Latin expression "Mens sana in corpore sano".
5. While Raphael is wandering off in the sewers and some water drips on top of his head, he says that his head is catching a "Cold Sweat", a Top 10 soul/funk song for James Brown in 1967.
6. Since Professor Vanilli says "Aloha" when he grabs Vernon's microphone and due to the fact that the island that the volcano is on is named Poppalua, this may be a reference to Kapalua on the Hawaiian island of Maui.
7. Vernon mentions about winning an Emmy Award for broadcasting excellence after Vanilli grabs the microphone from him.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
None in this episode.

Wacky Inventions:
1. The Healthometer, consisting of the readings "A-1 Specimen", "Physically Fit", "Not So Hot", "Sick as a Dog", and "Adios Amigo".
2. Professor Vanilli's Toxic Formula

Notables:
None in this episode.
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Episode 115: Landlord of the Flies
Written by: Gordon Bressack

Voice Cast:
James Avery: Shredder
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady, Restaurant Customer
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Pat Fraley: Krang, Burne Thompson, Baxter Stockman, Elevated Train Conductor #1
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Vinnie
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick, Elevated Train Conductor #2
Unknown Voice Actor: Restaurant Waiter

Mistakes:
1. The interior of the transport module is grey when Shredder, Bebop, and Rocksteady arrive at the stadium. In addition, they are also drawn off model when they exit it and there are no seats visible inside.
2. The telephone that Michelangelo dials in the Lair only has nine buttons, as their are ten digits and a standard keypad has twelve buttons.
3. Like in the episode Muckman Messes Up, Krang has dark purple corneas instead of lilac.
4. In a shot where the Turtles are pulling out the ragtops from two convertibles, there are rather tall mountains visible behind the city, which does not exist in the real NYC.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Baxter calls Bebop and Rocksteady moronic mutants when he first sees them.
2. Donatello says "Donatello here" when he answers his Turtlecom.
3. The Turtles say "Let's Turtleize 'Em" when they leave the Lair to avenge on Baxter.
4. The Turtles say "Turtle Power" when they jump and land on the suspension bridge.
5. After Donatello has an idea by seeing some abandoned convertibles on the bridge, Michelangelo says "Cowabunga".
6. Donatello says that we better make Turtle Tracks when he discovers the power Baxter is using to destroy the city.
7. Immediately afterwards, the Turtles say "Turtle Power."
8. Baxter calls the Turtles "ninja nootnicks" after Donatello says about how easy it is to see through plastic.
9. Donatello says "let's make Turtle Tracks" right as the flies threaten to explode the generator at the power plant.
10. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" as the Turtles climb aboard the Channel 6 Copter.
11. Michelangelo calls Shredder "Shredhead" when he sees him inside the stadium.
12. Leonardo calls Shredder "Tin Grin" after he is freed from the tarf.

Pizza References:
1. Splinter tells the Turtles to get rid of their unfinished portions of pizza, as we see a shot of some nearly empty pizza boxes with some flies swarming over the crumbs.
2. Michelangelo orders pizza on the phone in the lair and asks the other Turtles if they want extra pepperoni on their pizza. We then discover he is calling Vinnie's pizza, where he promises to deliver pizza within 30 minutes.
3. Michelangelo picks up one family sized pizza with extra marshmallows, only to open it up and see that a bunch of flies have eaten nearly the whole pizza and swarm the Lair. As a result of this, Splinter suggests that the Turtles go out for pizza next time.
4. Vinnie's Pizza's billboard next to the Channel 6 building is visible.
5. When Michelangelo is in the Channel 6 Copter, he says that he could go for a garlic pizza with chocolate syrup and shrimp.
6. After the battle, Leonardo is holding a pizza, a whole pizza sits on the coffee table in front of the couch, and Raphael is eating a slice of pizza while the Turtles watch April's report on their TV set. The episode ends with Donatello eating a pizza and a pizza box that says Vinnie's Pizza is shown on the floor.

Pop Culture References:
1. The episode title is in reference to the novel Lord of the Flies by William Golding.
2. Krang says to Baxter that has "fly by night" tactics, which may refer to the Rush album, the 1942 Thriller movie, or the 1968 children's novel by K.M. Peyton.
3. Vernon announces "Operation: Fly Storm", a parody of the Operation: Desert Storm movement from the first Gulf War in 1991 on the televsion in the Turtles' Lair.
4. Michelangelo says that he describes the Turtles as a S.W.A.T. team, which spawned a 1970s TV series and number one song.
5. Raphael says "'Come into the parlor,' said the Turtle to the fly," a spoof of the 1829 Mary Howitt poem The Spider and the Fly.
6. Donatello tells Rocksteady and Bebop on the bridge that its way past the Age of Miracles, which may be in reference to the 1985 John Brunner science fiction novel.
7. The stadium is a baseball stadium, and the Turtles give out some baseball lingo, such as "7th inning stretch", "pop fly", and "back to the minors". Leonardo is also holding a baseball bat after he is freed from the tarf.
8. Raphael says "The Silence of the Flies" when he notices how quiet it is at first inside the stadium. This is a spoof of the 1991 film The Silence of the Lambs.
9. Donatello says at the stadium "It ain't over until the Portable Portal Generator sings," a reference to the popular expression "It ain't over until the Fat Lady sings."

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Donatello doesn't want to ruin the surprise for the viewers when Michelangelo asks him "what is the plan, Stan?"
2. At the stadium, Raphael looks directly at the screen and says "How come Donatello gets to make all of the grand entrances?"

Wacky Invention:
Krang's Anti-Matter Platter

Kidnappings:
Baxter's flies sack up Leonardo, Raphael, and Michelangelo inside a roll of tarf inside the stadium.

Notables:
1. Michelangelo's nunchucks are visible on the back of his shell when the Turtles retreat into the sewers from the fly swarm.
2. Final appearance of the World Trade Center.



Episode 116: Donatello's Duplicate
Written by: Jack & Carole Mendelsohn

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Pinky McFingers, McFigers' Thug #1, Channel 6 Newscaster
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Rat King, Mayor
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Donatello's Cloned Rat
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, McFingers' Thug #2
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick

Mistakes:
1. When Raphael answered April's call, the top of the back of his Turtlecom was grey.
2. When Raphael blames Donatello on the clone he built of himself inside the Turtle Van, the shot of the shell on the front bumper says "TURTLE" instead of "TURTLES".

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Donatello says to Leonardo "I owe you one" after Leonardo compliments the job that Donatello does.
2. Raphael says "Banzai" as he charges against the Donatello Clone in the Lair's living room.
3. The Turtles say "Turtle Power" when they come to the rescue at Pinky's lab to save April.
4. Michelangelo says "Holy Guacamole" after he sees that a clone of himself has been created.

Pizza Reference:
Michelangelo tells Donatello that the pizza oven needs serious help as he holds an overcooked pizza to him.

Pop Culture References:
1. When Donatello's Duplicate says "I'm melting!", this references the Wicked Witch of the West's quote from The Wizard of Oz. Another quote from that movie, "Come out, Come Out Wherever You Are" is spoken by Raphael as he asks for Donatello to come to them in his lab.
2. When Splinter warns Donatello about his duplicate, he says to him "It's not nice to fool Mother Nature," which was a famous quote used in a 1970s Chiffon Margarine commercial.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. (See pop cultural reference No. 2) Donatello says "Wasn't that a TV commercial?" in response.
2. As Pinky's thugs grab April, she says to them "I though you two watch cartoons, not the news."
3. After the Rat King laughs to the Turtles, Raphael says "don't you just love rodent humor?"

Wacky Inventions:
1. Donatello's Cloning Device
2. The Turtle Van's Digital Feedback Scanner

Kidnappings:
1. Donatello's Duplicate ties up the original Donatello and throws him in a closet adjacent to the Lab and shuts the door on him.
2. Pinky McFingers' Thugs place a bag and then tie up the Donatello Clone in chains and then carry him away in the sewers. They then take him at Pinky's hideout on top of a mountain.
3. McFinger's thugs gag April, take her to Pinky's lab, and the Donatello Clone locks April up in a prison cell.

Notables:
1. Despite the presence of Pinky McFinger's original voice actor, Peter Renaday present in this episode who voiced him in the episode "Raphael Knocks 'Em Dead", he is alternatively voiced by Cam Clarke, providing him a voice that sounds similar to Rocksteady's, especially of the scene of him in the sewers.
2. Act One ends with two tension music cues on top of each other: the second version of the primary tension theme and the background music first used in Turtle Tracks as the Hamato Yoshi saw the Turtles covered in ooze.
3. When Michelangelo questions if Donatello is the Rat King in the Lab, a pair of his nunchucks are visible in his shell.
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Episode 117: The Ice Creature Cometh
Written by: David Wise

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

Mistakes:
1. There were two Donatellos when the Turtles were cleaning the kitchen after they extinguished the fire.
2. Even though the Technodrome moves away from its original spot towards the end of the episode, it reverts to its original spot in later episodes.
3. Bebop was speaking in Rocksteady's voice when he told the ice creature to go back as it approached the Technodrome.
4. The triangle on Krang's Android Body on the top portion of the yellow cover surrounding Krang is missing when the ice creature scares him back inside the Technodrome.
5. The Turtles' belt initials have their Season 2 colors (white intials, grey outlines) when they first look up at the ice vreature from the street.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga!" after he says that it's pizza time in the lair.
2. The Turtles say "Turtle Power" as they try to break the ice from the refrigerator/freezer in their Lair.
3. Shredder calls Bebop and Rocksteady boneheads after Bebop asks Shredder for help in the Technodrome.
4. The Turtles once more say "Turtle Power" as they again try to break the ice from the refrigerator/freezer in the Lair.
5. Bebop says "Mama" as the ice creature grabs him from the Technodrome's floor.
6. The Turtles say "Turtles to the Rescue!" after they take word of April's report of the ice creature invasing the city.
7. Rocksteady calls Bebop a wimp after he throws a snowball at him.
8. Leonardo, Donatello, and Raphael say "Turtle Power" as they throw their weapons at the icicles above April, Irma, and Vernon.
9. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" after he brings the Heat Ray to the other Turtles in front of the Channel 6 building.
10. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" as the rocket lifts off with the ice creature.
11. Krang says "Oh no!" as the ice creature approaches the Technodrome after it returns to the arctic.

Pizza References:
1. Michelangelo says "It's Pizza Time" as he wears a chef's hat in the Lair's living room.
2. Michelangelo then says that pizza is his life's work, and then wants to scarf the miracle of pizza, only to find the freezer frozen.
3. Vinnie's Pizza's billboard next to the Channel 6 building is visible.
4. Michelangelo plugged back in the refrigerator/freezer because he thought that the pizzas might go bad.

Pop Culture References:
1. The episode title is in reference to the movie The Iceman Cometh, both its 1960 and 1973 versions.
2. Bebop's line "A mutant's work is never done" while seeing the mess near the mutagen mixer in the Technodrome is in reverse to the 1972 Sonny and Cher song "A Cowboy's Work is Never Done".
3. Bebop frees the ice creature because he feels that he is a Good Samaritan.
4. As the Ice Creature tries to break the Technodrome free of the ice, Bebop calls the ice creature "Frosty", a homage to Frosty the Snowman.
5. When Rocksteady says "If it ain't busted, bust it" is a parody on the famous quote "If it ain't broke, don't fix it", first said by Bert Lance in 1977.
6. Rocksteady describes the scene near the Channel 6 building as a regular Winter Wonderland, referring to the holiday song.
7. After Raphael emerges from some snow, he says that he'll call the book of frozen records, referring to The Guinness Book of World Records.
8. Raphael asks Donatello how to stop that frozen Godzilla.
9. Raphael says "Twinkle Toe Turtles to the Rescue", in which "Twinkle Toes" was the nickname of Canadian Football pioneer Fritz Hanson.
10. The rocket says NASA on it, referring to the space organization.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. When Rocksteady sees the mutagen mixer, he says "Don't tell me this is going to be another mutant story. Isn't everybody sick of 'em by now?"
2. As the Ice Creature as seen by Bebop and Rocksteady, Bebop says "I guess this is going to be another mutant story after all."
3. Raphael says that he can't take this whole dumb plot when the Turtles are struggling to figure out how to defeat the ice creature atop the transmission tower.

Wacky Inventions:
1. The Mutagen Mixer
2. Donatello's Heat Ray
3. The Technodrome Main Screen's Window Opener
4. The Defense Base's Thermal Explosive

Kidnappings:
The Ice Creature freezes some army soldiers with its ice cold breath.

Notables:
1. Bebop and Rocksteady made snowmen in the rough shape of Shredder and Krang.
2. This is the second and last time in which the Lair is covered in ice.

Episode 118: Leonardo Cuts Loose
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Hans
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, First Goon
Pat Fraley: Casey Jones, Wally Airhead, Third Goon, Fourth Goon
Barry Gordon: Donatello
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Second Goon
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick

Mistakes:
1. When Casey asked the goon to sign up for exercise class, the strap around his mask was white.
2. When Casey Jones kniocked down Leonardo and Michelangelo, Michelangelo had Donatello's colors.
3. When Raphael attacked Hans in the final battle, his belt ties disappeared and reappeared.
4. Watch carefully. When Raphael, Donatello, and Michelangelo are riding on the exercise machine on the streets, just before they pass the NAS van, Michelangelo's "M" is missing.
5. When Splinter and Leonardo discuss about how to save the other Turtles, while they are standing near the shell carpet, the "ONE WAY" text on the one way sign is missing.
6. Raphael, Donatello, and Michelangelo's belt initials are missing when they are first shown chained against the wall at Air Heads House of Pecs.
7. Even though a supreme court building is featured in this episode, New York state's highest court is actually called the New York Court of Appeals and is located in Albany, not NYC.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. The Turtles say "Turtle Power" as they approach the building where the goons committed their crime until Donatello tells them that it could be a big mistake.
2. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" after he, Raphael, and Donatello emerge above ground from the exercise machine.
3. Wally calls the Turtles pathetic little reptiles when they exercise in front of him.
4. Casey refers to the Turtles as wimps when he first denies Leonardo's order to save the other Turtles.
5. A goon calls Casey an overdeveloped wimp right before he forces him onto a treadmill.
6. Michelangelo says "Holy Guacamole" when he first sees Wally's Blockbuster.
7. Wally instructs his goons to stop the little pipsqueak that is Casey when he tries to attack the Blockbuster.
8. The Turtles say "Let's Turtleize Them" after Wally and his goons start to attack the city with the Blockbuster.
9. The Turtles say "Turtle Power" when they start the final battle with Wally and his goons.

Pizza Reference:
Vinnie's Pizza's billboard is visible next to the Channel 6 building.

Pop Culture References:
1. Michelangelo says that the Turtles are going to be "Taking it to the Streets" after seeing April's report on the goons, referring to the 1976 Doobie Brothers song.
2. The words "No Pain No Gain" above the check-in desk of Air Head's House of Pecs are in tribute to the exercise motto made famous by Jane Fonda in her 1982 workout video.
3. When Raphael first sees the Blockbuster, he says that it is definitely not the Welcome Wagon, which is a business that contacts new homeowners after they move providing advertisements from local businesses.
4. Wally Airhead says the famous "I'll Be Back" quote from The Terminator several times in this episode.
5. Right before Raphael slams a trash can on top of a goon, he mentions Hunky Dory, which is also the title of David Bowie's fourth album from 1971.
6. When Michelangelo says that he wants to "use his head" at the end of the episode, this may refer to the 1964 Mary Wells song.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. As Michelangelo asks Raphael about how to beat the Goons after the Turtles failed in their first battle, Raphael says that he'll figure out something before the episode is over.
2. Right before Casey comes to the rescue, Michelangelo says that he will think positive and that somebody will come to rescue him and Raphael and Donatello.
3. After Raphael emerges from the rubble, he says that if he has one more roof dropped on his head that he's sitting out the rest of the episode.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Air Head's Strongnium-90 ray
2. Wally's strength-generating chemical elements
3. Wally's Blockbuster

Kidnappings:
The exercise machine in the Lair suddenly ties up Donatello, locks up Michelangelo, and clamps Raphael and drags them away. They are then chained to a wall at Air Heads House of Pecs.

Notables:
1. A pair of Michelangelo's nunchucks were visible on his shell when the Turtles were chasing after Wally's goon as they exited the gym.
2. Not counting Vacation in Europe, this is the final appearance of the saxophone background music cue first heard in Enter: The Shredder when the Turtles met April outside the Channel 6 building for the first time.
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Episode 119: Pirate Radio
Written by: Misty Taggart

Voice Cast:
James Avery: Shredder
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Jennifer Darling: Irma Langinstein
Pat Fraley: Krang, Burne Thompson
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Dickie Bark
Peter Renaday: Vernon Fenwick
Unknown Voice Actor: WOOF's Captain

Mistakes:
1. Shredder, Rocksteady, and Bebop travel to the city using the Dimensional Portal instead of the Transport Module. Krang also throws some equipment through the portal.
2. Even though the Technodrome moved in "The Ice Creature Cometh", it is shown back in the original spot it landed on in "My Brother, the Bad Guy".
3. The triangle above Krang on his damaged body is missing when he says to Shredder "Don't bother me with your endless questions."
4. The top of the Cheapskates are tan instead of green in this episode.
5. When Krang sees Shredder broadcasting from WOOF via the Technodrome's Portal screen, the back of the compartment of the Android Body which holds Krang is red instead of yellow. When he sees Michelangelo and Irma in a boat, the back of the same compartment is flesh colored.
6. The bumper on the front of the Turtle Van is spelled "TUTLES" when Leonardo brakes and Raphael tells him to watch out.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Shredder calls Rocksteady and Bebop cretins after Rocksteady incorrectly calls Krang's invention a "spitting device".
2. Bebop says "Mama" when Krang's Splitting Device malfunctions sending laser fire out of control.
3. Krang calls Bebop an idiot after he turns on WOOF in the Technodrome.
4. April signs off with "This is April O'Neil for Channel 6 News" right before Burne enters the news studio.
5. Shredder calls Bebop a moron after they reach Michelangelo in the sewers.
6. The Turtles say "Turtle Power" when they battle Bebop and Rocksteady in the sewers.
7. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" immediately afterward.
8. The Turtles say "Let's Kick Some Shell" right before Rocksteady and Bebop unleash some barrels at the Turtles.
9. Donatello says "Donatello here" when he answers April's Turtlecom call.
10. Donatello and Raphael say "Turtles to the Rescue" when they rescue Michelangelo from a construction beam.
11. Leoanrdo, Raphael, and Donatello say "Turtle Power" as the Turtle Van begins to hover over the water as they seek to rescue Michelangelo.
12. Shredder calls the people in the boats dunderheads as they approach the WOOF ship.
13. Shredder calls Rocksteady and Bebop cretins after the microphone gets damaged in WOOF's studio.
14. Shredder tells Rocksteady and Bebop to stop acting like wimps after Rocksteady tell Shredder that his fans walked the plank.

Pizza References:
1. Leonardo, Raphael, and Donatello are eating pizza in the kitchen. Then Michelangelo's loud boombox plays and the other Turtles split up the final piece of pizza.
2. Vinnie's Pizza billboard next to the Channel 6 building is visible.
3. Michelangelo is eating a slice of pizza in the kitchen when he says "Who's this Slicer dude?"
4. When the other Turtles return to the kitchen after Michelangelo leaves, Raphael opens the oven and says that Michelangelo left the pizza in the oven.
5. Donatello says "Can Turtles like Pizza" right before he activates the Turtle Van's Power Drain.
6. After Michelangelo's radio breaks, Vinnie advertises a 2 for 1 pizza sale on the damaged speaker.

Pop Culture References:
1. When Michelangelo says that he is listening to Dickie Bark, the "Wolfman", that refers to the 1960s-70s disc jockey Wolfman Jack, though it may also refer to the mysterious AM radio DJ in the movie American Graffiti.
2. Many references to the radio industry are quoted, such as a jingle and a drive-time DJ.
3. When Bebop gets excited about the citizens being hypnotized to the radio station, he says "Goody Goody", which is a big band song from 1936 first performed by Benny Goodman and his Orchstra.
4. After Michelangelo falls and lands in a boat with Irma, Raphael says "Too bad he didn't bring his Rubber Duckie, referring to the 1970 Sesame Street song sung by Ernie (Jim Henson).
5. Krang makes a Rub-a-dub-dub nursery rhyme spoof when he sees Michelangelo and Irma on the portal screen in a boat heading for WOOF's ship, using the words "one Turtle in a tub" instead of "three men in a tub".

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
Donatello says "Isn't it neat how I always know the names of these gadgets" after he discovers Krang's Ventrilacoder.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Krang's Interdimensional Splitting Device
2. Krang's Ventrilacoder
3. Krang's Automatic Digital Tuner Beam
4. Donatello's White Noise Filters
5. Krang's Chasm

Kidnappings:
1. Shredder kidnaps WOOF's captain and his assistant aboard WOOF's ship.
2. Bebop and Rocksteady tie up Dickie in the WOOF studio.

Notables:
1. Master Splinter is not in this episode.
2. WOOF is a real life radio station in Dothan, Alabama that operates on the frequencies 560 AM and 99.7 FM. The AM band broadcasts gospel music on Sundays and sports talk the rest of the weak, while the FM band broadcasts an adult contemporary music format.
3. Final appearance of the Footski.
4. Only occurrence in which Krang's Android body is broken into pieces.
5. Shredder calling himself "The Slicer" when he is a DJ for WOOF is basically a rough spinoff on his original nickname.


Episode 120: Raphael, Turtle of a Thousand Faces
Written by: Dennis O'Flaherty

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, First Bank Guard, Police Sergeant, Blonde McMutt Goon
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Jennifer Darling: Irma Langinstein
Barry Gordon: Donatello
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Bank Vice President
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Second Bank Guard, Redheaded McMutt Goon
Unknown Voice Actor: Mad Dog McMutt

Mistake:
The word "TURTLES" on the front of the Turtle Van is reversed right before it reaches McMutt's hideout.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Leonardo, Donatello, and Michelangelo say "Turtle Power!" as they drive off in the Turtle Van after they discovered the real McMutt.
2. Michelangelo says "Holy Guacamole" after McMutt's helicopter lifts the Natural History Museum off the ground.
3. McMutt calls Raphael, April, and Irma boneheads after his helicopter returns to the surface.
4. Leonardo says "Turtles Fight with Honor" and Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" as they along with Donatello descend from the Turtle Blimp to avenge McMutt and his goons.

Pizza References:
1. Raphael offers free pizzas for everyone if the other Turtles can pick him out of a crowd in a park.
2. Donatello says that all is fair in war and pizzas right before he, Leonardo, and Michelangelo enter the gate to the City Park.
3. As the Turtles are looking for McMutt, Michelangelo says that he could taste that pizza now. As they find him, Michelangelo asks him for a pizza with tuna fish, peanut butter, and grape jelly, and then Leonardo and Donatello ask for one.
4. Raphael disguised as Mad Dog McMutt asks for a pepperoni and cheese-flavored crutchy bone, which obviously reflects the two most popular pizza toppings.

Pop Culture References:
1. Raphael's Mad Dog impersonation sounds like Sylvester Stallone.
2. This episode title is in reference to the 1957 film Man of a Thousand Faces that accounts the life of silent movie star Lon Chanely.
3. Near the start of the episode, Raphael is in a Long John Silver costume and makes an impression of him, with Michelangelo calling him "Long John Turtle."
4. Raphael disguised as Mad Dog McMutt makes a Kansas/Toto reference in the park from The Wizard of Oz.
5. (See Pizza reference No. 2) War and Pizzas as said by Donatello references the 1869 Leo Tolstoy novel War and Peace.
6. Raphael makes another King Kong reference after Irma says that the guard dogs are just "dogs", and Raphael says that King Kong is "just a monkey".
7. Michelangelo says "I'll be doggone" as the Turtle Van pulls up to McMutt's hideout, which is a 1965 Motown song by Marvin Gaye.
8. Raphael mentions the SPCA after he talks about a Turtle being 'napped by a dog.
9. Irma calls McMutt a Hound Dog after the 1956 Elvis Presley song just before she threw a dinosaur leg bone at him.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
April says to Raphael that if you've been in enough episodes, some of the Ninja Moves were bound to rub off.

Wacky Invention:
McMutt's helicopter

Kidnappings:
McNutt grabs Raphael, April, and Irma with a claw from his helicopter, pulls them aboard, get then get tied up aboard, and then get locked up in the back of the helicoper.

Notables:
1. Final episode with Raphael in its title.
2. First appearance of Mad Dog McMutt.
3. Vernon and Burne are mentioned but not seen in this episode.
4. This is the only time in the series in which a Turtle instructs April (and Irma) to be tied up.
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Episode 121: Leonardo, the Renaissance Turtle
Written by: Dennis O'Flaherty

Voice Cast:
Jack Angel: REX-1
Cam Clarke: Leonardo
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Mayor
Jim Cummings: LEX
Pat Fraley: Professor Mindbender
Barry Gordon: Donatello
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick, Pinky McFingers

Mistakes:
1. When Michelangelo went over to the picnic basket to answer his Turtlecom, he was shortly seen with Leonardo's kantanas on his belt.
2. When the Turtle Van pulls up to the 5th Street Bank, the border surrounding the word TURTLES on the front shell is a light shade of green.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. April signs out of her report with "This is April O'Neil, Channel 6 News".
2. The Turtles say "Turtle Power" when the arrive at the bank where Pinky and his Goons are robbing.
3. At City Hall, Leonardo says "We've got to do something" after April doubts that REX-1 could restore his memory.
4. Professor Mindbender calls Leonardo a green meddler after LEX fails to release him at City Hall.
5. Donatello, Raphael, and Michelangelo say "Turtle Power" when they arrive at City Hall.

Pizza References:
1. The Turtles are eating pizza as they watch April's report about LEX.
2. Leonardo thanks April for a great pizza shortly before they are forced to stopped by LEX on a crosswalk.
3. As Leonardo and April try to escape the Lair from LEX, a pizza is on the table in the kitchen. A few moments later, April throws that pizza onto LEX's head.
4. The Turtles are seen eating pizza on the table in the bedroom at the end of the episode.

Pop Culture References:
1. LEX says "Go directly to Jail. Do not pass Go," in reference to the board game Monopoly after the Remote Controlled Police Car carries off Pinky and his minions.
2. After the first commercial break, LEX tells Leonardo and April that "Crime does not pay", which is also the title of a Golden Age comic book series and a radio crime drama series in the 1930s-40s.
3. When REX-1 says "Stop in the name of LEX" as Leonardo and April run through the kitchen in the Lair, he is referring to the 1965 Motown song "Stop in the Name of Love" by the Supremes.
4. Afterwords, Leonardo says that he has created a Frankincop, another Frankenstein reference.
5. Professor Mindbender begins his report after Vernon's introduction with "Law and Order", referring to the long-running drama series of the 1990s and 2000s.
6. The Rexanne robot at the end of the episode may be a possible reference to Roseanne Barr, in which her self-titled sitcom was then at its peak of popularity.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. When LEX asks April for her last words in the crosswalk, she says that she can think of a few, but are not appropriate for television.
2. Leonardo says "Why am I suddenly talking like Michelangelo" after he says "Everything's bodacious" as he emerges from a sewer crate into City Hall.
3. April tells Leonardo that he made a funny just like Raphael after he tells Professor Mindbender to put the money used to repair LEX on Leonardo's credit card.

Wacky Inventions:
1. LEX's Remote Controlled Police Car
2. Donatello's Long Range Scanner
3. Donatello's Turtlecom Transmitter
4. Mindbender's Radio Controlled Romobile
5. The Auto-Answer Circuit

Kidnappings:
LEX ties up Pinky and his goons and then the Remote Controlled Police Car automatically picks them up and places them in the back of the car.

Notables:
1. Final appearance of REX-1.
2. This along with the following episode is notable for being the only one hour block when they first aired on CBS for this season in which there is no Shredder episode.
3. The Punk Frogs are shown in this episode but do not speak. This is also the final appearance of Rasputin and Atilla Frogs.


Episode 122: Zach and the Alien Invaders
Written by: Francis Moss and Ted Pedersen

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Zach's Father, Eric
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Colonel Clout/Screwloose
Jennifer Darling: Irma Langinstein, Zach's Mother
Pat Fraley: City Tunnel Worker
Barry Gordon: Donatello
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil, Hypnotized Cadet, Woman in Mall
Nicholas Omana: Walt
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Zach, Sergeant Rambo/Wingnut
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Sergeant O'Flaherty

Mistakes:
None in this episode.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Michelangelo says "Holy Guacamole" when Zach sees the "Slime Monsters", really just city tunnel workers disguised, approaching him.
2. Michelangelo says "Holy Guacamole" when he sees Wingnut fly by the building that he and Donatello are grabbing onto.
3. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" when he and Donatello see the aliens approaching them in a corridor at the military base.

Pizza References:
1. A sign on a door says "PIZZA" when April and Irma drive off after getting word on the aliens.
2. The mall shows a pizza sign, and Walt tells Zack that he's getting a pizza. As the Turtles arrive at the mall, Michelangelo says that Zach will meet them at the pizza parlor.
3. Vinnie's Pizza billboard next to the Channel 6 building is visible.
4. Raphael senses more alien invaders approaching the lair, but it turns out to be Michelangelo carrying about a dozen pizzas and asks the other Turtles to give him a hand.

Pop Culture References:
1. The Turtles are watching "Cube of Misfortune" on the TV which is a parody of the game show Wheel of Fortune.
2. The Bug Busters reference Ghostbusters, complete with the no symbol over a bug on their uniforms.
3. Raphael gags that he is the Tooth Fairy after the Turtles discover that Zach is in trouble after their Turtlecom call with him.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Inside the Channel 6 van, April thinks that bug-eyed aliens are pretty silly to her.
2. In the Turtle Van, Raphael says that if Zach stops acting weird soon it will be a short episode.

Wacky Inventions:
1. The Roachbots
2. Wingnut's Disintegrator Bazooka
3. Ten-Hunt's Alien Mind Changer
4. The Turtle Van's Catapult

Kidnappings:
1. Clout and Rambo tie up Eric to a chair right before they transform into Wingnut and Screwloose.
2. Wingnut grabs and bounds Zach and takes him to the Alien Mind Changer, and holds him captive to alter his memory.
3. Donatello and Michelangelo are captured by two Roachbots and are taken to the Alien Mind Changer chair that Zach is also on.

Notables:
1. Final appearance of Walt.
2. Michelangelo reveals that the Turtles are five feet tall when he describes Donatello's voice coming from a talking turtle while on the Alien Mind Changer chair.
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Episode 123: Welcome Back, Polarisoids
Written by: Misty Taggart

Voice Cast:
James Avery: Shredder
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Jennifer Darling: Millimeter
Pat Fraley: Krang, Burne Thompson
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop
Renae Jacobs: April O誰eil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, F-Stop
Tony Pope: Fripp
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick
Unknown Voice Actor: Say Cheese

Mistakes:
1. The people running out of the subway entrance is a series of duplicates.
2. The Transport Module's door was blue when Shredder, Rocksteady and Bebop entered it.
3. Raphael and Donatello are colored like Leonardo when the Turtles lift the Turtle Van, resulting in the allusion of three Leonardos total in the Turtle Van.
4. When the Turtles started to eat the pizza at Vinnie's, the pizza was wholly intact, but after Donatello stops talking, only four slices remained.
5. The first shot of the jigsaw puzzle pizza on the kitchen table shows seven out of eight slices, then when the shot zooms out showing all four Turtles, only six out of eight slices are shown.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Michelangelo says Cowabunga when a pizza is delivered to the Turtles at Vinnie's.
2. Leonardo calls Shredder Shredhead when he asks him if he's taking up a hobby in the sewers.
3. The Turtles say Turtle Power right before Shredder sends a monster from the Polarisoid dimension using their camera.
4. Burne says to Vernon "go go go" to instruct him to tape the Polarisoids.
5. Shredder calls Krang a Mad Medula after a new monster was created with the Polarisoid Camera.
6. The Turtles say Turtle Power while in the Turtle Van after Fripp comments that Shredder makes terrible home movies.
7. Shredder calls Rocksteady and Bebop mutant morons as a rolling ball chases after them.
8. April signs in with her Times Square report with "This is April O'Neil for Channel 6."
9. Shredder calls Rocksteady and Bebop nitwits when they don't understand where their Magnetic Gravity Anchors are.
10. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" after Fripp turns of the Polarisoid camera and just before he lands on the street.
11. Krang says "Oh no" after Donatello breaks his computer code.
12. April signs on with her report with the Polarisoids with "This is April O'Neil for Channel 6 News."

Pizza References:
1. A pizza jigsaw puzzle is shown at the start of the episode, and Raphael says that cardboard pizza is not a real heavy favorite of his.
2. Fripp tells his son that they eat pizza when their spaceship flies over the city. After the spaceship lands, Fripp's daughter asks him where the pizza is.
3. A waiter delivers a pizza to the Turtles over at Vinnie's, and Michelangelo says "That's what I call a pizza!" Donatello explains that the Turtles came to get pizza because they were inspired by that pizza puzzle.
4. Vinnie's Pizza's pizza billboard is shown next to the Channel 6 building.
5. F-Stop says that making pizza is fun, and Say Cheese asks Michelangelo how many pizzas they've made so far. The pizzas are mostly just dough that are littered all over the Lair's kitchen.

Pop Culture References:
1. Bebop says to Rocksteady in the Technodrome "Smile! You're on Alien Camera" as a parody on the radio/TV program Candid Camera.
2. UFOs and King Kong are mentioned by Burne in his Channel 6 office.
3. The billboard in Times Square with a television screen says FONY around the edges, a parody of the Sony corporation, which had a billboard in the real Times Square in a similar style in the 1970s and '80s.
4. When a bunch of cats and dogs fall down after the Polarisoid Camera was turned off, Raphael says that "it's raining cats and dogs", a popular phrase used in poetry and song.
5. The episode title may be in reference to the 1970s sitcom Welcome Back, Kotter.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Right before the first commercial break, Michelangelo says "Isn't this part where they usually say to be continued?"
2. After Raphael says to Donatello that he's bringing down the house (referring to the sewer ceiling), he tells him to come up with a better line.
3. When Krang says "As one of those Turtles would say, it's cool to rule", he's referring to Michelangelo.
4. As Donatello talks to April on the Turtlecom, he says that Shredder is playing more than just a movie mogul.
5. Raphael hopes that the audience believes that the Turtles and Fripp were saved by a mattress truck.
6. When Say Cheese asks if the pizza that fell onto Michelangelo's face still counts as part of the 10 pizzas they've made, Michelangelo says "very funny."
7. When F-Stop and Say Cheese start a food fight in the Lair's kitchen, Michelangelo peeks under the table and says "Kids, don't you just love 'em?"
8. Raphael said "someone had to say it" after he says that it's raining cats and dogs.

Wacky Inventions:
1. The Robot Garbage Truck
2. Krang's Magnetic Gravity Anchors
3. The Turtle Van's Seismographic Alarm

Kidnappings:
The Turtles are briefly clawed by the Robot Garbage Truck and held captive inside the Turtle Van.

Notables:
1. Final appearance of Fripp and the Polarisoids.
2. Final appearance of the alternate Shredder theme background music first used in Hot Rodding Teenagers.
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Episode 124: Michelangelo, the Sacred Turtle
Written by: Dennis O'Flaherty

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Professor Tut
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Second Guard
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Third Guard
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Percival Pifflecoot, First Guard
Peter Renaday: Vernon Fenwick, Casbah

Mistakes:
1. When Michelangelo grabs his disguise from the Lair, his "M" briefly vanishes.
2. Raphael's belt initial reversed when the Egyptian warriors bowed in front of Michelangelo.
3. Michelangelo's name in the episode title credit is misspelled "Michalangelo".
4. When the other Turtles arrive at the Spinx, the front bumper of the Turtle Van is spelled "TUTLE".

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Michelangelo says Cowabunga as he exits the Lair.
2. Michelangelo says Holy Guacamole after the tomb opens to reveal the mummy at the museum.
3. April says "Put me down you big gorilla" to Casbah when they arrive at Percival's Sphinx right before he unwraps the carpet in which she was held.
4. The First Guard calls Michelangelo an infidel when he feels convinced that he stole the Turtle Eye.
5. Michelangelo says Cowabunga when he swings his grappling hook to try to escape and/or attack the Egyptian Museum Guards.
6. Michelangelo says Holy Guacamole after he enters Percival's Sphinx.
7. Michelangelo says an unenthusiastic Cowabunga while the walls in the crushing room in the Sphinx close inward.
8. April refers to Percival as "the Pitiful" after he says that soon he will be the greatest pharaoh of all time.
9. Leonardo says "Let's Make Turtle Tracks" when he and Donatello hurry back into the Turtle Van.
10. Raphael and Michelangelo say "Turtles Fight With Honor" as they agree to battle the four evil guards in the Sphinx.
11. The Third Guard says Cowabunga after the Turtles exit Vinnie's.

Pizza References:
1. Michelangelo is eating a pizza while he watches TV at the beginning of the episode.
2. When the other Turtles return to the Lair, an unfinished pizza is on the table in front of the sofa and Leonardo thinks that Michelangelo left the Lair to get more pizza.
3. Michelangelo is seen eating a slice of pizza at the Barkley's building.
4. Michelangelo and the Three Guards are eating pizza at Vinnie's after the Turtles save the day.

Pop Culture References:
1. When Donatello tells Michelangelo that he wants to see O'Malley's comet with him and his brothers, this is in reference to Halley's Comet.
2. The "Chain Gang" in the "Chain Gang Mummy" movie that Michelangelo wants Donatello to see is in reference to the 1960 Sam Cooke R&B hit.
3. The mummy Ahmed Turt-el is in reference to the Egyptian Pharaohs Amenhotep I-IV. Professor Tut is named after Tutankhamen, and the museum exhibits ancient Egyptian artifacts such as a tomb, hieroglyphics, and an Egyptian Eye.
4. Although not referring to any specific movies, Michelangelo seems to be in love with movies with mummies in this episode, in which many with word "mummy" in them have been released.
5. When Michelangelo asks the First Guard to take him to see April, the guard says that he's come to return the Turtle Eye to the Valley of the Kings, which was also the title of a 1954 movie.
6. When Raphael sees four new guards in the Sphinx chase after him and Michelangelo, he says "Out of the Frying Pan and into the Fire", which is based on the subject of a 15th century fable by Italian author Laurentius Abstemius in The Hecatomythium.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. After a museum guard says to bow before Ahmed Turt-el as he is looking down at the ground, Michelangelo looks at the camera and says "Who am I to argue?"
2. Raphael thinks that Percival's quote about "somebody opening your Sarcophogus" during Vernon's report sounds like a million laughs to him.
3. Michelangelo says "I had to ask" after the First Guard tells him that the ruby's energy will cause the comet to crash into earth.
4. Raphael looks at the screen and says that he feels so much better knowing that the Guards are on his side.
5. Michelangelo says that it's too late to rewrite the script after Raphael doesn't believe in "The Sacred Turt-el".

Wacky Inventions:
1. Percival's Ray Magnifier
2. Donatello's Laser Generator

Kidnapping:
Casbah kidnaps April in the museum and is shown covered and tied up by a rug in his convertible.

Notables:
1. This was the final new episode aired on CBS for this season.
2. Final episode with Michelangelo in its title.
3. Splinter does not appear in this episode.
4. A sign says "Worlds Fair 1955" as Casbah drives off with April, but there was never an actual World's Fair in the real world.
5. A sampling of the Rat King flute theme plays when Leonardo, Raphael, and Donatello return to the Lair and wonder where Michelangelo is.
6. April is dressed in an Egyptian Queen's outfit in this episode.
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Episodes 125 and 126: Planet of the Turtleoids (Parts 1 and 2)
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
James Avery: Shredder
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady, Shell-Ri-La-High Councillor (not seen)
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Groundchuck, Bork, TV Announcer
Jennifer Darling: Irma Langinstein
Pat Fraley: Krang, Dirtbag
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil, Diner Worker
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Tattoo, Dwork-O
Jan Rabson: Kerma
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick, Chrome Dome
Bob Ridgely: Herman the Horrible

Mistakes:
1. The pink portions of the Transport Module were white instead of pink when Shredder and Krang exited it at the monkey house. In addition, the hatch opened downward instead of upwards.
2. After the Turtles exited the pet shop, the design on the back of their shells was drawn differently.
3. The design of April's Turtlecom was different when Rocksteady used it at the zoo compared to its first appearance when it was shown in the street because the ground was different.
4. When Splinter explains to Donatello about how it isn't good to be a non-mutated Turtle, the left three-circled logo is missing on his kimono.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Shredder calls Tattoo a miserable mutant when he fails to reply to him.
2. Shredder calls Rocksteady and Bebop losers when he first talks to him.
3. Shredder calls Bebop a miserable idiot when after he misguides the Module.
4. Shredder calls Rocksteady and Bebop goof-offs for setting animals free.
5. Shredder calls Rocksteady and Bebop sipper-heads when he accuses them for setting two animals free and mutating them and Krang calls them dipsticks.
6. Shredder calls Rocksteady and Bebop fools when he instructs them to stop Dirtbag and Groundchuck.
7. Shredder calls Rocksteady and Bebop boneheads during a com-link call after he discovers that Dirtbag and Groundchuck got away.
8. When Rocksteady tries to contact the Turtles from April's Turtlecom, he refers to them as wimps.
9. The Turtles say "Go Green Machine" after Dirtbag and Groundchuck are freed at Shell-Ri-La.
10. The right head of Herman the Horrible calls the Turtles and Kurma miserable turtleoids when it first sees them.
11. Michelangelo says Cowabunga when he rides on top of Groundchuck and says that he wants to be in a rodeo.
12. Leonardo, Raphael, and Michelangelo say Turtle Power as they rescue April from the approaching Technodrome Mark II.
13. As the Technodrome Mark II is being destroyed, Shredder instructs Chrome Dome to "destroy those Turtles."
14. Chrome Dome refers to the Turtles as wretched reptiles after Shredder and Krang escape in the Module.

Pizza References:
1. At the start of the episode, Michelangelo says that he could taste the hot fudge and anchovy pizza now.
2. Vinnie's Pizza billboard next to the Channel 6 building is visible.
3. When Donatello gives up on the Turtles while they are in jail, Michelangelo tells him to think about what he'll be giving up, including pizza.
4. Right before the Turtles leave for Earth, Donatello says that Shell-Ri-La doesn't even have pizza.

Pop Culture References:
1. The name Kurma may have been inspired by Kermit the Frog.
2. Groundchuck calls Shredder a little Buckaroo after the cowboy group.
3. When Raphael first fights Groundchuck near the Channel 6 building, he uses the fencing term Touche.
4. Shell-Ri-La is named after the location Shangri-La from the 1933 novel Lost Horizon by James Hilton.
5. Donatello acknowledges overpaid executives when he discusses the issue about the Turtleoids' Gold Machine, since it makes a case for the unbalance income distribution that is actually a bigger issue today than when this episode first aired.
6. As the Turtles find an escape hatch from the jail cell, Michelangelo launches his grappling hook and says "Up, Up and Away", which is a 1967 song and album by The 5th Dimension.
7. When Herman says "I Shall Return" after his Ray Cannon breaks and flies away, that quotes General Douglas Macarthur when he evacuated the Philippines during WWII.
8. Raphael doesn't refer to Chrome Dome as "Sugar and spice and everything's nice" from the nursery rhyme "What Are Little Boys Made Of?" as the Turtles battle him in the park.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. After Tattoo throws a birdcage on top of Raphael, he says that he thought that this only happens in cartoons.
2. In the Lair, Raphael seeming tells the audience that if Donatello starts singing, he advises to switch over to another channel.
3. When the Turtles suspect guests ripping off their style, Donatello suggests that it might be Copyright Infringement.
4. April says that she has a feeling that this is going to be a long episode while she's watching Shredder and Krang in the Technodrome.
5. Bork at the Shell-Ri-La court says that the TMNT aren't real but that someone just drew them.
6. Raphael says that the devices near the cave are cheap for generating suspense.
7. Michelangelo says "like we didn't do enough fighting in this episode already" when the Turtles discover the Technodrome Mark II.
8. When the Turtles return to the Lair, Raphael says that if you insert a plot about a planet entirely populated with turtles in a movie, you'd never believe it.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Kurma's Spaceship
2. Krang's Heat Ray
3. The Gold Machine
4. Pulverizer Ray Ship
5. The Technodrome Mark II
6. The Mutagen Dispenser
7. Adamantium
8. Shell-Ri-La's Forcedome Generator
9. Shell-Ri-La's Gold Stamping Device
10. Kurma's Zapper
11. Herman's Ray Cannon

Kidnappings:
1. The Turtles, Groundchuck, and Dirtbag all get captured by Kurma and are seen tied with a ring of electricity surrounding their bodies aboard Kurma's Spaceship as he sends them off to Shell-Ri-La before Leonardo frees himself and the other Turtles.
2. Rocksteady and Bebop grab April and take her to the Technodrome where she gets tied up with one of the Technodrome's parts.
3. The Turtleoids send the Turtles to jail after losing the jury at the Shell-Ri-La court house, and are shown behind bars in a cell.
4. April is rekidnaped by Chrome Dome in the Technodrome and is tied up with the same part from the Technodrome to a tree at Median Park.
5. The Turtles kidnap Dirtbag and Groundchuck at Shell-Ri-La.

Notables:
1. First appearances of Dirtbag, Groundchuck, Chrome Dome, and Kerma.
2. This is currently regarded as the final episodes of Season 5. However, it was originally broadcast on August 31, 1991 on CBS for a one-hour primetime special. It remains the only TMNT episode in history ever to debut in primetime. However, given that the Technodrome is already at the North Pole which was established with the episode My Brother, the Bad Guy, it is now regarded as the Season's finale on all episode guides. It is also the only multi-part episode of this series. When it was rerun on USA Network in the mid-1990s and overseas, it was split into two separate episodes, with the words "TO BE CONTINUED..." added after the end first episode which happens right as Herman the Horrible flies near the Turtles and Kurma. It is also the only episode of the series in which the title credit is shown in green text.
3. When it was aired together on primetime and CBS Saturday morning, the opening and closing credit sequence was only shown once. It also features a unique closing credit sequence featuring a shot of a scene of Shell-Ri-La (right when Leonardo says "Turtles would live" while aboard Kurma's Spaceship), and also the closing theme is remixed in a slightly faster, more spirited mix. It is also the final episode to feature the Murakami Wolf Swenson logo.
4. Vernon never pays for his root beer float when he receives hit, and his also isn't told whether he can have it on the house.
5. The Technodrome Mark II inspired Playmates Toys' Technodrome Scout Vehicle when it was released in 1993.
6. This episode never appeared on DVD until the Season 10 set was released, including this as a bonus episode.
7. Rocksteady and Bebop consider the zoo as the same zoo in which they came from, despite being humans before they were mutated. This may seem like a mistake, however in the Archie Comics which was originally based on this series, they both show signs of recalling their animal lives before the mutation.
8. Krang's Bubble Walker is seen in this episode.
9. The only time this season in which Krang travels away from the Technodrome.


This recap is a big milestone for me, marking my 100th episode referenced and also the fact that there are only five short seasons left.
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Episode 127: Rock Around the Block
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
James Avery: Shredder
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Pat Fraley: Krang
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Self-Help Guru
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick, General Traag, Space Station Guard

Mistakes:
1. When Splinter first appears, one of the yellow patches on Splinter's kimono on his left is missing. When we zoom out to a shot of both Splinter and Donatello, both of his patches are missing. The left patch is also missing when Splinter walks up to Donatello on the sofa near the end of the episode.
2. When Michelangelo launches his grappling hook to save April and her news van for the moment, he is colored like Donatello.
3. When April returns to the Channel 6 building in the Turtle Van, the word CHANNEL on the building is misspelled "CHANEL".

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Shredder calls Bebop and Rocksteady imbeciles when they are playing Space Pilot.
2. At the beginning during ninja exercises, Raphael tells Michelangelo that he's cowered his last bunga.
3. April signs in her news report when she appears on a TV monitor in the Technodrome with "This is April O'Neil, Channel 6 News".
4. Shredder refers to Bebop and Rocksteady as cretins when they fight over a pile of comic books.
5. Krang refers to the Turtles as meddlesome reptiles as he walks over to open the portal to Dimension X.
6. Shredder calls Bebop and Rocksteady boneheads after they see a dinosaur fossil and get scared, and Bebop says "Mama".
7. The Turtles say "Go Green Machine" when they charge against Traag.
8. Donatello says "That was my favorite bo" after Tragg destroys it.
9. Traag calls the Turtles "foolish reptiles" after the Turtles fail to destroy him.
10. The Turtles say "Turtle Power" as they charge against the recharged rock monsters.
11. Krang says "Oh No" after the Technodrome falls into the ocean.

Pizza References:
1. Vinnie's Pizza billboard next to the Channel 6 building is visible.
2. Michelangelo says that it's pizza time after Traag escapes through the portal.
3. Michelangelo delivers two victory pizzas to the Turtles after they return home. Raphael throws one of the pizzas on Donatello's face at the very end of the episode.

Pop Culture References:
1. The episode title is in reference to the 1954 Bill Haley and his Comets song "Rock Around the Clock".
2. Splinter explains to Donatello Wu Wei, a Taoism concept about the art of doing without action.
3. The comic book "Captain Cow" may be in reference to the Captain America comic series.
4. Bebop tells a Space Station Guard that he didn't say "Mother May I", a children's game.
5. The game Space Pilot that Bebop and Rocksteady are playing is in reference to the 1978 video game Space Invaders.
6. Right before the Turtles enter the forklifts, Raphael describes the large rock monster as an overgrown Pet Rock, a toy fad of the mid-1970s.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. After Splinter explains Wu Wei, Michelangelo mentions that its pretty heavy philosophical stuff for a cartoon show.
2. Krang tells Shredder that they have to develop a story plot when April's report begins.
3. As Vernon does his stress control exercise, April says to the audience "I think he's finally found something he's good at."
4. Raphael says "Why didn't I just stay in bed this morning" when Traag repcharges the rock monsters.

Wacky Inventions:
1. The Rockolizer
2. Krang's Remote Control Device
3. The Rock Crushing Machine

Kidnappings:
Rocksteady and Bebop tie up the two space station guards and lock them in a hangar.

Notables:
1. First episode of Season 6.
2. First episode with the Fred Wolf Films logo.
3. For the rest of the run on CBS, there is only one new episode per week.
4. New background music debuts, and the episode titles change to an italic font, similar to what is shown on the closing credits from Season 4 onwards.
5. First appearance of the Technodrome under the ocean. The Technodrome in the Arctic would resurface in Leonardo is Missing later in this season when the episode aired out of order.
6. Only episode in which one Turtle holds a different Turtle's weapon; during ninja practice, Leonardo is seen holding one of Donatello's bo. When Splinter explains Wu Wei to Michelangelo, Raphael is also seen holding a bo.
7. Krang is seen in his bubble walker in this episode, and his android body is not seen.
8. Final physical appearance of the Natural History Museum.


Episode 128: Krangenstein Lives!
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
James Avery: Shredder
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady, Man in Cab
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Pat Fraley: Krang, Burne Thompson, Angry Employee, Robber
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Barney Mushnik
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick, Video Game Voice/Krang's Android Body

Mistakes:
1. Leonardo and Raphael's colors switch when Splinter tells Michelangelo that video games doesn't help his practice.
2. Rocksteady's dagger and sheath switch colors when Leonardo lifts the coffee cup in which Rocksteady and Bebop are trapped under.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Donatello makes a Shredder impression at the start of the episode by saying "wretched reptiles".
2. Shredder calls Bebop and Rocksteady bubble-brains after Krang experiments with his android body.
3. Shredder calls Bebop and Rocksteady meatheads when he realizes that they brought up the Transport Module to the right spot.
4. Krang refers to Rocksteady and Bebop as stupid mutants when he ponders about where his Android Body is.
5. Shredder calls a couple of gang members interlopers when he picks them up.
6. The Turtles say "Turtle Power" when they start their battle with Rocksteady and Bebop.
7. Michelangelo says "Holy Guacamole" after he sees Krang's Android Body shrink to a miniature size.
8. Raphael calls Shredder "Tin Grin" when the Turtles find him on City Hall's steps.
9. When Shredder reaches the top step of City Hall's steps, the Turtles draw their weapons and say "Turtles Fight With Honor!"
10. Shredder calls Vernon an idiot when he stares his camera at his face. Shredder then gains his full memory back and refers to the Turtles as wretched reptiles.
11. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" after he connects a wire to Krang's Android Body.
12. Shredder refers to Rocksteady and Bebop as dunderheads when they bring the Module up in front of City Hall.
13. Michelangelo calls Shredder Shredhead while he controls the Android Body.

Pizza Reference:
Vinnie's Pizza billboard next to the Channel 6 building is visible.

Pop Culture References:
1. The episode title references Frankenstein.
2. Michelangelo's Space Trek video game references Star Trek.
3. When Michelangelo says "all work and no play makes Michelangelo a dull dude" after April's Turtlecom conversation is in reference to the proverb "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy", originating in the 1600s but most famously used in the 1980 movie The Shining.
4. When Krang's Android says "Targeting enemy Saigons", this is in reference to the allied forces of the Vietnam War.
5. Raphael makes a Demolition Derby reference after the supersized Android Body tosses a car.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. When Krang says "It's alive, it's alive!", this is in tribute to Shredder's quote when the Android Body first came to life in Shredder & Splintered.
2. Raphael says "When will I learn to keep my big beak shut" right before Krang's Android knocks him away.
3. When the mesmerized Shredder picks up his com-link and calls it a pager, he looks at the camera and says "Is it possible I'm a plumber?"
4. In the Big Bang Fireworks Factory, Shredder says to the camera "Don't ask what prompted me to do this, it just seems like a good idea" when he wants to explode the entire city with fireworks.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Michelangelo's Space Trek video game
2. The Android Body's Ectoframe and Binary Transformation Circuit
3. Krang's Molar Coordination Chip
4. Shredder's Triggering Device

Kidnapping:
The Turtles tie up Shredder laying down in front of City Hall.

Notables:
1. Final occasion where Shredder removes his mask.
2. Dummies of Shredder, Bebop, and Rocksteady are shown in the Turtles' Lair.
3. Krang's Bubble Walker is seen in this episode.
4. This is the only episode in which Krang's Android Body speaks.
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Episode 129: Super Irma
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
James Avery: Shredder
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Channel 6 Voiceover
Jennifer Darling: Irma Langinstein
Pat Fraley: Krang, Burne Thompson, Bank Robber #2
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop, Man with Grey Costume, Thug #1
Renae Jacobs: April O誰eil, Red-Haired Woman With Bat Necklace
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Professor Chumley, Bank Robber #1
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick, Thug #2, Thug #3

Mistakes:
1. As Shredder and his mutants escape from Super Irma via the Transport Module, it leaves behind lava, however the Technodrome is currently located under the ocean.
2. Irma's chest is drawn at the wrong angle and her eyes are a bit off when she gets locked in the safe and says "nothing gets in the way of Super Irma!"
3. When Krang scolds Shredder, Bebop's mohawk becomes brown.
4. When Shredder decides to retrieve the Super Magnet, the outline on Bebop's skull neckware is somewhat thicker. It turns back to normal after Bebop turns.
5. Leonardo and Raphael's colors are reversed when Shredder and Krang escape through the garbage chute.
6. Even though Irma is notified of a break-in at Magno Dyne labs from a police broadcast, no police are shown when the scene of the crime is shown.
7. As the professor turns off the magnet, it falls straight down with a loud clang. Even though the camera angles suggest that he is not even near where the magnet is going to drop, it ends up falling on his foot. Also, a very heavy anvils falls on a man's foot in a clear view of three people watching him, and nobody noticed it until the victim pointed it out.
8. Why would a magnetic beam aimed at a non-metallic body part of Shredder bowl him over when Super Irma has control over magnetism?
9. It is odd that the Turtles left April and Irma suddenly instead of waiting for them to escort them back to the Lair.
10. In the aftermath of the dynamite blast, the safe door is not in a logical place, where the impact would have logically happened inside the safe. Also, after the Turtles get hit by the blast, they are simply dazed when they get away.
11. Shredder, Bebop, and Rocksteady are all running away from Irma after she knocks Shredder over, desipte Shredder ordering his mutants to kidnap her.
12. When Krang says to Shredder that Irma's a woman of steel, the triangle above Krang on his Android Body is missing.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Shredder calls Rocksteady and Bebop lunkheads after they think that Super Irma who landed in the Transport Module was heavy mice and noisy termites.
2. Michelangelo says Cowabunga when she starts to dance with the red-haired woman at the costume ball.
3. Shredder calls Rocksteady and Bebop dipsticks when Shredder tells them that they parked the Module by a fire hydrant.
4. Shredder calls Rockstady and Bebop meatheads after they turn on the magnet's beam as it touches Irma outside.
5. Michelangelo says Cowabunga as the Turtle Van jumps off a pier and converts to Submarine Mode.
6. The Turtles say "Turtle Power" when they reach Shredder in the Technodrome.
7. Raphael calls Shredder Shredhead when he fights him.
8. Krang says "Oh No" as Shredder tells him that they are escaping through a hatch that is a garbage chute.

Pizza References:
Vinnie's Pizza's billboard next to the Channel 6 building is visible three times in this episode.

Pop Culture References:
1. Leonardo holds an Elvis Presley costume when the Turtles discuss about what to wear at the Halloween party. Also, a studio in Channel 6 is decorated for Halloween.
2. When the Turtles escape from the Technodrome, Donatello references the sinking of the Titanic.
3. Irma's leotard, boots, and cape appear to resemble Wonder Woman's costume design.
4. After Super Irma says that she wants to be a crimefighter, Raphael says to her that you better leave it to us young urban professionals, also called yuppies which was is a subculture which first became popular in the 1980s.
5. When Krang says that Super Irma is the woman of steel, this is in reference to Superman's Man of Steel nickname.
6. The quote "When you're right, your right" in which Shredder says to Krang in the Technodrome is in reference to the 1987 Sci-Fi film Spaceballs.
7. Michelangelo tells the redheaded woman at the Halloween Ball to do the Turtle Trot, which is a spoof of the Foxtrot dance, most popular in the 1920s and 1930s.
8. Shredder refers to Krang's medulla oblongata, the lower half of the brainstem.
9. Michelangelo talks about motorhogs in Magno-Dyne Lab's to the professor, which is a spoof on the Air Hogs line of toy planes, helicopters, and rockets.
10. The line "Crime Does Not Play" as said by Irma as she destroys the Foot Soldiers is in reference to the Golden Age comic book series of the same.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. After Shredder says almost a perfect entrance when he sends the Transport Module to earth, Shredder says "I did say almost" after some water lands on top of it.
2. Raphael tells Professor Chumley after the Turtles greet him "would you please sign an autograph for your Aunt Minnies."

Wacky Inventions:
1. Magno-Dyne Lab's Reverse Polarity Anti-Magnet
2. The Technodrome's Amplifying Antenna
3. Donatello's Homing Transmitter
4. Donatello's Portatracker

Kidnappings:
1. Super Irma ties up two bank robbers.
2. After Super Irma's powers wear off, Bebop and Rocksteady tie her up to a wall.

Notables:
1. Final appearance of Irma inside the Technodrome.
2. First appearance of the Turtle Van's "Submarine Mode".
3. When Splinter tells the Turtles to go as themselves at the costume party, Leonardo does a title drop.
4. First time since Shredder & Splintered in which Shredder's sword breaks like a butter knife.
5. Bugman is mentioned in this episode.
6. Vernon is dressed up in a purple-haired costume with a blue jacker, grey undershirt, pink pants, and black boots.
7. April's costume resembles her costume from the episode "April Fool".
8. First appearance of Channel 6's control room.
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Episode 130: Adventures in Turtle-Sitting
Written by: Jack Mendelsohn and Carole Mendelsohn

Voice Cast:
James Avery: Shredder
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Mad Dog McMutt
Jennifer Darling: Irma Langinstein
Pat Fraley: Krang, Burne Thompson
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop
Renae Jacobs: April O誰eil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Ice Cream Man
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Big Louie, Pinky McFingers

Mistake:
April tells Burne from her news van that she's at Fifth and Main, which as established earlier in the series, is not an actual location in the real NYC.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Shredder refers to Bebop and Rocksteady as lamebrain mutants right before they come up to the surface on their Transport Module. After they land on the surface, Shredder calls them clumsy louts.
2. When Rocksteady and Bebop don't realize they are carrying weather balloons, Shredder calls them warped brains. After they trip over them, Shredder calls them razor-brain klutzes.
3. Krangs refers to Rocksteady and Bebop as bumbling cretins when he talks to Shredder about the Weather Station's equipment.
4. Shrunken Donatello calls Rocksteady and Bebop birdbrains when he, Leonardo, and Raphael speak to them from a skateboard.
5. Michelangelo refers to Rocksteady and Bebop as Shredder's mutant morons after he leaves April's apartment.
6. The shrunken Turtles say "Tiny Turtle Power" after the see the Jolly Time Ice Cream truck get away.
7. Shredder calls Rocksteady and Bebop idiots as they float away on the webather balloon on the island.
8. Burne says to April "Go go go go go" when he instructs her to go to the island.
9. Bebop calls April a nosy reporter when he sees her flying in the News Copter.
10. Raphael refers to Shredder as Shredhead after he pets him and says goochi-goochi-goo.
11. Leonardo calls Shredder Tin Grin after all Turtles are back to normal.
12. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" after he is untied by Leonardo and takes out his grappling hook.
13. Shredder calls Bebop and Rocksteady hornheads after Michelangelo is untied from the palm tree.
14. The Turtles say "Turtle Power" when they swing up to the top of the weather balloons.

Pizza References:
1. Michelangelo tells Donatello that you can only keep a pizza warm for so long when he heads to the Lab.
2. Michelangelo gives Donatello a week-old slice of pizza, and then says that there's nothing more important than thinking about pizza.
3. Donatello asks April for some pizza after she returns to her apartment.
4. Vinnie's Pizza billboard next to the Channel 6 building is visible.

Pop Culture References:
1. The episode title is in reference to the 1987 comedy film Adventures in Babysitting.
2. Jolly Time Ice Cream is a parody of Jolly Time Popcorn.
3. When Donatello gives Raphael a banana, he says "The proof is in the eating", a parody of the proverb "The proof of the pudding's in the eating".
4. Krang tells Shredder in the weather balloon factory that the experiment with the island is as phony as the $3 bill, which is often used to poke fun at celebrities.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Krang turns from pink to almost purple when he speaks to Shredder about his mutants spoiling his plans. This may seem like an animator error, but it is justified when Shredder says "I never realized how purple picks up the lavender in your eyes."
2. After April leaves her apartment, Irma looks at the shrunken Turtles and then at the camera and says "So how come I have a feeling I'll hate myself for this?"

Wacky Inventions:
1. Donatello's Food Revivafier
2. The island-lifting weather balloons

Kidnappings:
1. Bebop and Rocksteady tie up two guards inside the warehouse of the weather station.
2. Bebop, Rocksteady, and the Foot tie up Michelangelo and April to a palm tree on the island after the Turtles fail in their battle.

Notables:
1. Final appearance of Mad Dog McMutt.
2. First and only time in which Raphael and Donatello are turned into children, and the second and last time in which Leonardo is turned into a child, which last happened in "Back to the Egg".
3. This episode is the only one in this series to have an episode title of the same name in the 2003 series.


Episode 131: The Sword of Yurikawa
Written by: Marc Handler

Voice Cast:
James Avery: Shredder
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Police Chief
Pat Fraley: Krang, Ambassador Marishima
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop
Renae Jacobs: April O誰eil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Yafayette LeDrone
Peter Renaday: Splinter

Mistakes:
1. Splinter explains that the Sword of Yurikawa has a price to pay if it fell into the wrong hands, but at the end of the episode, Splinter says the sword can only be used for good purposes. Also, Leonardo is colored as Michelangelo.
2. When Shredder enters the Japanese Embassy, he removes the grate, but it is then seen back on the wall when he jumps to the ground.
3. LeDrone apparently smashed the surveillance camera with his fist, but the video footage of his stealing the sword shows him using a blast from his power ring.
4. Tall mountains appear behind the city when we see a shot of the suspension bridge, which is out of place based on the real New York City.
5. Rocksteady's eyes are white instead of yellow when he, Bebop, and Shredder appear on the portal screen when Krang asks for the explosives.
6. When Michelangelo says "There are only two cables left", a shot of the Suspension bridge shows about dozen cables still attached. A few additional shots show more than two cables attached.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. April signs off of her report with "This is April O'Neil, Channel 6 News".
2. The Turtles say "Turtles eat with honor" when they eat a pizza, a knockoff of "Turtles fight with honor".
3. The Turtles say "Turtle Power" right before an awning falls on top of them.
4. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" when the Turtles slide down the Channel 6 building.
5. Leonardo says "Go Green Machine" when the Turtles fight through LeDrone's spikes.
6. Michelangelo calls Shredder Shredhead when the Turtles encounter him.

Pizza References:
1. The Turtles walk up to a pizza parlor, where Michelangelo picks up an anchovy and hot fudge pizza, and all Turtles share the pizza as they eat it.
2. After the Turtles realize that the sword has been stolen, Raphael says that they've blown their assignment for a lousy pizza, and Michelangelo says that the crust was seriously stale.
3. Vinnie's Pizza's billboard next to the Channel 6 building is visible.
4. When Splinter instructs the Turtles to return the sword to the embassy, Donatello says that they won't stop for pizza. Raphael then pitches in and says "unless if its a really great pizza", and Michelangelo mentions if the pizza contained guacamole and marshmallow toppings.

Pop Culture References:
1. Yurikawa is also the name of Saki Yurikawa, who is a serial killer from the manga Reiko the Zombie Shop.
2. The episode title may be in reference to Terry Brook's epic fantasy ++Shannara.
3. After Michelangelo sees April report and Splinter explains the sword, he says timeout along with the hand signal used in American Football.
4. After Shredder returns to the Technodrome for the first time, Krang gags that he believes in the Tooth Fairy.
5. When Michelangelo sees the police by the embassy, he refers to them as The Boys In Blue, which is also the title of a 1982 comedy film. This gag has also happened a few times earlier in this series, including the episodes "Hot Rodding Teenagers From Dimension X" and "New York's Shiniest".

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. After Shredder tells Krang that he doesn't have any hands, Krang responds with "You never miss a show, do you."
2. After Shredder leaves for the surface for the second time and says "Trust me", Krang says that he's heard that before.
3. Raphael felt for sure that when the Turtles reached LeDrone's mansion that it would turn into a fight scene.
4. Donatello says "For all of you non-speaking French viewers, that means goodbye!" after he gets paralyzed by LeDrone.
5. When the Turtles are shown tied up on the bridge, Raphael says "Do we have to listen to that stupid laugh?" when referring to Shredder's laugh.
6. After the Turtles leave the Lair at the end of the episode, Splinter winks at the camera.

Wacky Inventions:
1. LeDrone's Armored Tank
2. LeDrone's Maltese Ring
3. Krang's Mindbender Ray
4. LeDrone's Double Cross Bow

Kidnappings:
1. Donatello gets briefly tied to his feet by LeDrone in his mansion.
2. The Turtles get tied up when LeDrone fires the ball and chain from his Armored Tank. They then get tied up in ropes by Bebop and Rocksteady atop the suspension bridge.

Notables:
1. The sword is similar to The Sword of Tengu from the 2003 series.
2. The Japanese Embassy in the US is actually located in Washington, DC, not New York like it appears in this episode.
3. A sign refers to the suspension bridge as the "Tri State Bridge". No such bridge exists in NYC, but it may be in reference to the Triborough Bridge.
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Episode 132: Return of the Turtleoid
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Diner Worker
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Big Louie's grey-haired Goon
Pat Fraley: Destructor X
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Big Louie's brown-haired Goon
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Dr. Winston Sturdley
Jan Rabson: Kurma
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick, Big Louie

Mistake:
When Raphael says to Kurma at the end of the episode "Teetsy weetsy micro problems" and he blinks his left eye, the eyelid starts out as green then quickly turns red.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. April signs off of her report with "This is April O'Neil for Channel 6 News".
2. Big Louie refers to the Turtles as rotten shellbacks after he leaves Top Notch after they defeated his henchmen.
3. The Turtles say "Go Green Machine!" after Leonardo comes up with a plan inside April's apartment.
4. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" and the Turtles say "Turtle Power" as the Turtles charge to stop the two thieves at the end of the episode.

Pizza References:
1. The Turtles are seen eating pizza when watching April's report with Dr. Sturdley.
2. After the Turtles enter Top Notch Scientific Corp, Michelangelo says that he'd rather be home in a cool sewer with a warm pizza.
3. Vinnie's Pizza billboard next to the Channel 6 building is visible twice in this episode.

Pop Culture References:
1. Raphael mentions that Big Louie and his henchmen have been watching way to many '30s gangster movies.
2. When Destructor X fires at Michelangelo inside Kurma's spaceship, he says "shish kebab city", in which shish kebab is a Middle Eastern dish that consists of meat threaded on a skewer that is grilled.
3. When Raphael says "this place can be hazardous to your health" as the Turtles flee Destructor X on Kurma's spaceship, this is in reference to the original tobacco health warning of "Caution: Cigarette Smoking May be Hazardous to Your Health" from the 1960s.
4. At the marble factory, Big Louie says that he wants to be rich beyond the dreams of avarice, which is spoken by Mrs. Beverley in the second act of the 1753 play The Gamester by Edward Moore.
5. After the Turtles destroy Destructor X, Raphael describes him as "All Shook Up", referencing the 1957 Elvis Presley song.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Raphael mentions that every time April does a report on a scientific breakthrough, Shredder shows up and steals it.
2. Raphael looks at the camera and says "Nice to be needed" after Donatello asks him not to just stand there but help him in defeating Big Louie's henchman.
3. Donatello tells Leonardo that Shredder and Krang are not in this episode.
4. After Leonardo says "Lights, what a bright idea" as the Turtles walk towards Channel 6, he looks at the camera and says that he made a funny.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Dr. Sturdley's Sonic Disintegrator
2. Kurma's Miniature Gold Machine
3. Destructor X

Kidnappings:
The Turtles tie up Big Louie's two henchmen at Top Notch Scientific Corp.

Notables:
1. Final appearance of Big Louie.
2. Shredder and Krang are mentioned in this episode but are not seen.
3. Final appearance of Herman the Horrible, though he is only shown with a picture from Michelangelo's wallet.
4. Big Louie incorrectly refers to the Turtles as amphibians inside his car, but the brown-haired goon corrects him that they're reptiles.


Episode 133: Shreeka's Revenge
Written by: Jack Mendelsohn and Carole Mendelsohn

Voice Cast:
James Avery: Shredder
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Jennifer Darling: Irma Langinstein
Pat Fraley: Krang, Burne Thompson
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil
Eartha Kitt: Shreeka
Rob Paulsen: Raphael
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick
Unknown Voice Actor: Shop 'Til You Drop Channel Spokesman

Mistakes:
1. When Shreeka comments about April's jumpsuit, April's back waist was on the right side instead of the left.
2. One shot of Spiffany's jewelry store incorrectly spells it as "Spipffany's".
3. When April O'Neil leaves the Channel 6 building, there are no buildings on the right and the buildings on the left seem far away, which seems out of place from all of the exterior shots surrounding the building.
4. In the shot of the Fax Tracker, the top of the triangle above Krang is not separated from the top of the compartment.
5. April says that the new Channel 6 building is located at the corner of Fourth and Main, which does not exist in the real NYC.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Shredder calls Bebop and Rocksteady chicken libbered blister brains while they are standing next to a hatch on the outside of the Technodrome.
2. Burne pages April to get in his office, and says "Go go go".
3. Shredder refers to Shreeka as a foolish female when she enters the Channel 6 building.
4. Shreeka refers to Rocksteady and Bebop as fools after they see April exit the Channel 6 building. After they all land in a bush after spinning out of control on the building's doors, Shreeka calls them imbeciles. Then as she contacts Krang on the Fax Tracker, she refers to them as incompetent mutants.
5. Shreeka refers to Rocksteady and Bebop as simpletons and oafs after they've disappeared to Pier 86 and while Shrekka just wanders around by herself.
6. Shreeka calls Rocksteady a clumsy oaf as April starts to fall from the new Channel 6 building.
7. Raphael says that Shredhead is getting away after he surrenders the ring to Shreeka.
8. Shreeka refers to the Turtles as ridiculous reptiles right as starts to use the powers of her energy ring.
9. Shreeka calls Rocksteady an overgrown oaf after he disagrees with her move right before her ring melts.
10. Krang says "Oh no" after Shreeka drops Rocksteady and Bebop from her ship.

Pizza References:
1. Michelangelo says to April that she could spin the revolving restaurant on the new Channel 6 building at super spin and make pizzas.
2. Michelangelo reads a brochure about a Purse-Size Porta Pizza Maker.
3. Vinnie's Pizza's billboard next to the Channel 6 building is visible.
4. The Turtles present April a pizza for her birthday.

Pop Culture References:
1. In the first Technodrome scene, Shredder says that his idea beats his idea of bungee jumping Foot Soldiers, referring to the sport.
2. The Shop 'Til You Drop Channel that the Turtles are watching in the Lair is a parody of the many TV channels in which customers shop from home, such as QVC, HSN, and ShopNBC.
3. The jewelry store Spipffany's is a parody of Tiffany & Company.
4. A Coca-Cola billboard is visible when April flies near the Channel 6 building.
5. Michelangelo makes a reference to Jerry Lee Lewis' Great Balls of Fire as a flame from Shreeka's ring just misses him.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. After Raphael talks about the video cassette Chuckle Away, he says that he doesn't write them, but reads them.
2. Bebop says that kiddie cartoons leave so much to the imagination while he and Rocksteady watch a cartoon from the TV Vision store window.
3. Raphael says "Don't you just hate those cornball lines?" after he dumps some cement onto Shredder.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Shreeka's Ship
2. Shreeka's Energy Ring
3. The Dimension X Fax Tracker

Kidnapping:
A construction worker for the new Channel 6 building is seen tied up when Shreeka reaches April.

Notables:
1. This is the final appearance of the Technodrome under the ocean for the rest of this season.
2. Some sources list Tress MacNeille as the voice of Shreeka, but many reliable sources indicate that Earth Kitt provided her voice despite having her name not listed in the credits.
3. Rocksteady and Bebop are wearing blue scuba outfits early in the episode.
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Episode 134: Too Hot to Handle
Written by: Jack Mendelsohn and Carole Mendelsohn

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Luggage Man
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Jennifer Darling: Soup to Nuts Boy
Pat Fraley: Burne Thompson
Barry Gordon: Donatello, First Goon
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Professor Filo Sopho
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick
Unknown Voice Actor: Foster Fenwick, Second Goon

Mistakes:
1. When Leonardo tears apart Foster's Magnet and yells at Donatello, he is colored like him.
2. The sofa in the Lair has four seats in this episode as opposed to the usual three.
3. During the battle with the Turtles, Sopho's Goons' hand blasters switch hands.
4. If the corn looks like its just about ready to be harvested and yet the tulips are in bloom in Holland, which isn't possible at the same time of year (spring vs. late summer/early fall).
5. When Leonardo says "All right, way to go buster" to Foster, his mouth does not move.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Burne Thompson says "Go go go" after he tells him to go across the street to bring him a Danish.
2. Foster calls the Turtles ridiculous reptiles when he snags April's Turtlecom.
3. Michelangelo says "Let's Make Turtle Tracks" after they discover that Sopho's hideout is in the city.
4. Sopho refers to the Turtles as those blasted Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles when they find his hideout.
5. The Turtles say "Turtle Pow.." until Sopho's forcefield knocks them down. Leonardo says "Turtle Pow..." after Foster shuts down the forcefield.
6. Sopho refers to his enemies as fools when he says that nobody can penetrate his forcefield.

Pizza References:
1. Foster calls Donatello "pizza breath" in the Turtle Van.
2. The Turtles eat dinner at a pizzeria and two pizzas are shown on the table where the Turtles and Foster are seated. Michelangelo says that he's in the mood for a chocolate fudge sardine chili pepper pizza with plenty of whipped cream on top.

Pop Culture References:
1. The title of this episode is also the title of three movies, one from 1938 starring Clark Gable, a 1960 film starring Jayne Mansfield and rereleased with the title Playgirl After Dark, and a 1977 action film starring Cheri Caffaro. It is also the title of an episode of the Super Mario Bros. Super Show! cartoon and an album by the funk band Heatwave.
2. When Leonardo is anxious to watch a new Spielbug Sci-Fi flick, this is in reference to director Steven Spielberg.
3. Michelangelo calls Donatello Ke-mo sah-bee, a quote from The Lone Ranger, when he checks out what he's doing in the Lab.
4. The studio that produces "The Day the Earth Collided With The Sun", Pinnacle Pictures is in reference to Paramount Pictures. The title of that movie is in reference to the 1951 movie The Day The Earth Stood Still.
5. Professor Sopho holds up a smiley face and says "Have a Nice Day" after he mentions that the Earth will be burnt by the sun in 12 hours.
6. April reports that the wax figures at the Paris Wax Museum (Known as The Grevin) are melting. One of the figures resembles Elvis Presley.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. When Raphael sees the movie that Leonardo shares at the start of the episode, he mentions about how do they come up with this stuff.
2. Foster tells Vernon that he can hum that stupid theme song.
3. Michelangelo says "I think I missed that episode" when Raphael mentions Sopho University, referring to the episode "Donatello's Degree". Donatello said that he was brilliant.
4. The First Goon in Sopho's Lab says that he's the nicest villain that he's ever worked for.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Solar Magnet
2. Donatello's Portable Earthilizer
3. Automatic Dog Walker
4. Atomic-Powered Fertilizer
5. Soup to Nuts Machine
6. Jet Propelled Space Shoes
7. The Turtle Van's Insti-freeze Spray Jets

Kidnappings:
The Turtles tie up Sopho and his Goons after they defeat them in his hidden laboratory.

Notables:
1. Final appearance of Professor Sopho.
2. Despite having a computer since the beginning of the series, April types on a typewriter in this episode.
3. Raphael uses an accent similar to Wakko when he says "Wouldn't want to disappoint a sweet little innocent kid" to Donatello.
4. Central Park was referred to as Center Park in this episode.


Episode 135: Nightmare in the Lair
Written by: Dennis O'Flaherty

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Diploma Presenter, Creepy Eddie
Jennifer Darling: Irma Langinstein
Pat Fraley: Burne Thompson
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Milton Frobish III
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Milton Frobish II
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick

Mistakes:
None in this episode.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Michelangelo says holy guacamole when a tidal wave is about to crash on him.
2. Michelangelo says holy guacamole when the hockey net turns into a monster.
3. Michelangelo says cowabunga as he skis down a hill right before he sees a hole filled with lava.

Pizza References:
1. The pizza billboard next to the Channel 6 building is visible four times in this episode.
2. When Raphael tries on the Dream-O-Vision, Michelangelo is holding a pizza and nearly gives a slice to Raphael until he realizes that he didn't sign up for this gig. Raphael says "Feed me more pizza than you!"
3. The Turtles minus Michelangelo are eating pizza at Vinnie's Pizzeria, and Raphael says that its not like him to turn down a pizza.
4. As Donatello and Raphael bring a box of pizza into the Lair, they hear Creepy Eddie's cat. As they spot him, they throw some pizza at it. After the cat disappears with Eddie, Splinter says that he is alright thanks to their pizza marksmanship.
5. Michelangelo tells Leonardo that it was a pizza with peanut butter and lobster sauce right before he went to bed that inspired his nightmare.
6. The Turtles are eating popcorn pizza after Crazy Eddie is destroyed.

Pop Culture References:
1. Splinter says that he would listen to Sumo Wrestling on the radio when he was young.
2. Raphael mentions that Frobish III's report should have been saved for Thanksgiving.
3. When Leonardo first tries on the Dream-O-Vision, we cut to a scene based on the 1969 Apollo 11 Moon landing, with the expression "The tortoise has landed" quoting the phrase "The eagle has landed." Leonardo also says "This is one small step for a turtle (man), one giant leap for turtle (man) kind".
4. Michelangelo's second Dream-O-Vision scene takes place on an ice hockey rink, where hockey terms such as "hat trick" and "blue line" are mentioned.
5. Vernon says to Frobish II when he brings out his son on a wheelchair "I cannot tell a lie", quoting George Washington.
6. Michelangelo decides to watch "The Undersea World of Pierre Gousteau" at the end of the episode, which is based off of the 1973 documentary The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau".

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. After the Turtles return to the Lair following Raphael's Dream-O-Vision experiment, he says "somebody re-wrote my script!"
2. Leonardo tells Michelangelo that he should stick to kiddie cartoons if they ever get back home.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Donatello's DREAM-O-VISION
2. Parabolic Synchronizer
3. Rea-static Magnetometer

Kidnappings:
1.Crazy Eddie paralyzes Splinter in the Lab within a pink wall.
2. Crazy Eddie causes Raphael and Donatello to be stuck in sand in the Lab.

Notables:
None in this episode.
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Episode 136: Phantom of the Sewers
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Rufus Higby "The Phantom", Bogart Flywheel
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Willie Wombat
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael

Mistakes:
None in this episode.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" as he attempts to cross the cross the sewer as he jumps.
2. The Turtles say "Turtle Power" as they swing their way onto Bogart's platform.
3. Michelangelo says that three of Bogart's robots nearly Turtlewaxed their shells.

Pizza References:
1. The Willie Wombat Pizza Pan Theatre features a pizza on its marquee and inside in the first scene consists of a bunch of pizzas on tables. Numerous references to this place are made throughout the episode. It also includes a separate pizzeria.
2. While watching April's report, Raphael says that pizza and turtles he can understand, but pizza and wombats?
3. Michelangelo says that the Pizza Pan Theatre may have some ultra weird pizza he hasn't tried yet.
4. The pizza billboard next to the Channel 6 building is visible.

Pop Culture References:
1. The title of the episode is in reference to the 1986 musical The Phantom of the Opera.
2. Raphael says the catacombs in the sewers looks like a reject from "Better Homes and Catacombs", a parody of the magazine Better Homes and Gardens. Catacombs are subterranean man-made passageways used for religious purposes that are best associated with the Roman Empire.
3. Michelangelo makes another Great Balls of Fire reference (see previous episodes) when Bogart fires some fireballs at the Turtles.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. After Raphael asks Michelangelo if he came up with the name "Phantom of the Sewers", he replies back that it is just the name of this episode.
2. After the Turtles ride the elevator up from the sewers to the Pizza Pan Theatre, Raphael says that we've come up into the middle of a cartoon show.
3. Raphael says "How corny" after he says Cityville Bank's slogan.
4. Raphael says "I feel a flashback coming on" right before the scene cuts to a flashback describing Bogart's story about how he became the Phantom. After it does, he says "I was right".
5. After the Pizza Pan Theatre is destroyed, Michelangelo says "talk about sinking real estate values."

Wacky Inventions:
1. The remote controlled coffee machine
2. Willie Wombat Pizza Pan Theatre's robotic puppets

Kidnapping:
Rufus Higby is tied up in the theater's pizzeria and is taken into the sewers where he frees himself.

Notables:
1. Willie Wombat is also the name of a Bugs Bunny-like character in the cartoon Taz-Mania.
2. The hydra tapestry in the Lair says "hoao S.T." below the tapestry.
3. Only five voice actors are used, the fewest in any episode.


Episode 137: Donatello Trashes Slash
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
Susan Blu: Turtle Cookery Show Host
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Turtle Weatherman
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Reptile House Employee
Pat Fraley: Slash, Burne Thompson
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Turtle News Anchor
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil, Channel 6 Receptionist, Turtle Cookery Show Host in Slash's imagination
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Turtle Shopping Channel Presenter
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick, Channel 6 Security Guard, Channel 6 Announcer

Mistakes:
1. When Vernon is shown on the television reporting at the Reptile House, the "6" on the microphone is white instead of red.
2. The "6" on the rug in the Channel 6 lobby is drawn back to front.
3. Raphael speaks in Leonardo's voice when he tells April where Slash has gone.
4. The shot of Donatello walking on the sidewalk with the mutated Vernon and Burne shows buildings changing from brown to yellow before they disappear from view.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Donatello says "that was my favorite bo" after the Pizza Slicer cuts up his weapon right before it comes to a complete stop.
2. Slash calls the Turtles ignoramuses when he sends his machines to destroy the Turtles atop the Trumpet Tower. He is even mentions about being more grammatically correct and calls them ignoramusii.
3. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" as he launches his grappling hook to a railing on the Trumpet Tower.

Pizza References:
1. One of the high-rises has a billboard that says "PIZZA" at the start of the episode.
2. Michelangelo delivers three marshmallow, octopus, and chilli pepper pizza to the Turtles in the lair.
3. Donatello presents his Automatic Pizza Slicer, and Michelangelo thinks it looks more like a pizza shredder. Donatello says that it will carve up pizzas in the blink of an eye. Unfortunately, it malfunctions and causes the three pizzas to splatter all over the Lair's living room.
4. After the Pizza Slicer is found damaged beyond repair, Michelangelo tells the other Turtles to head up to Vinnie's, and Raphael comments "for unshredded pizza".
5. Donatello says to Leonardo from his Turtlecom "Does Michelangelo like pizza?" while he is trapped under a pile of girders.
6. The pizza billboard next to the Channel 6 building is visible three times in this episode.
7. The pizza slicer is repaired and used to destroy Slash's robots and Raphael mentions that it was worthwhile after all.

Pop Culture References:
1. The Turtle Weather Channel was a spinoff on The Weather Channel that was first launched in 1982.
2. After Slash forces some studio lights on the Turtles inside the Channel 6 building, Raphael says "I'm beginning to see the light", a big band/swing song written by Duke Ellington and Harry James in 1944.
3. After Vernon is afraid that Slash may attack him, Burne says "I Can Dream, Can't I", a number one pop hit by the Andrews Sisters in 1950.
4. After the mutated Vernon and Burne fall down the stairs, Vernon says "I've fallen and I can't get up!", which was the slogan used for LifeCall in the late 1980s and early 1990s and is currently the slogan for Life Alert.
5. The Trumpet Tower apartment building is based off of the Trump Tower in NYC.
6. Michelangelo says "Hot Stuff", a reference to the 1979 Donna Summer disco song when fireballs from the Trumpet Tower fire at him.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Donatello says that Slash character was as dumb as mud when he first identifies that he has returned to Earth.
2. Michelangelo says that he remembers Slash from episode 74 when he tells his flashback about his first trip to earth. This may have been the 9th episode produced in Season 4 since that Season's episodes aired out of order, though most sources state it as the 83rd episode.
3. Slash looks at the camera and says "being a genius is certainly hard on my moron endings."
4. Michelangelo says that Slash makes an exit in four different languages as he blasts off from the Channel 6 building.
5. Michelangelo wonders why this episode didn't feature a big explosion like so many others in this series have, not understanding that Donatello altering Slash's intelligence forced him to escape Earth.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Donatello's Automatic Pizza Slicer
2. The Automatic Sewer Cover and elevator that Donatello uses to go from the sewers to the surface
3. Slash's Trans-frequency Flux Oscillator
4. Slash's Anti-gravitational Beam
5. Slash's Immobilizer Ray
6. Slash's Animalizer Ray
7. Slash's Ice Gun
8. Donatello's Automatic Cheese Grater

Kidnappings:
1. Slash causes Donatello to be trapped under a pile of girders.
2. Slash freezes the Turtles with his ice gun in the Turtle Cookery Show studio at Channel 6.

Notables:
1. Slash is presumed to return to Earth without passing through a dimension portal, raising the possibility of escaping Dimension X without a portal.
2. Slash's intelligence appears to lower than he was in Slash: The Evil Turtle from Dimension X.
3. Shredder is mentioned by Raphael when describing the Pizza Slicer but does not appear in this episode.
4. Final episode with Donatello in its title.
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