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Old 09-16-2012, 01:34 PM   #161
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Episode 138: Leonardo is Missing
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
James Avery: Shredder
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady, Car Salesman
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Pat Fraley: Krang
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop
Renae Jacobs: April O誰eil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Speega, TV Environmentalist Spokesperson
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick*

Mistakes:
1. In addition to the continuity error of the Technodrome in the Arctic, penguins are seen and they live in Antarctica and not the Arctic.
2. Leonardo is supposed to be missing, but Raphael becomes Leonardo right before the Turtles enter the underground cavern. Right after Michelangelo sees the dinosaurs, Michelangelo briefly becomes Leonardo.
3. Krang's left android hand changes colors from red to tan when he moves his hand as he introduces the Hyper Thruster's components to Shredder. Also, his right android hand is missing.
4. Krang's hands are flesh colored when he says that he found the dinosaurs' energy source.
5. The triangle above Krang when he says "let me relish it" is missing.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Michelangelo says "Holy Guacamole" when he sees the mess that Leonardo made in the Lab.
2. Rocksteady calls the Turtles bonedomes when he and Bebop start to attack the Turtles at the bubblegum company.
3. Shredder tells Krang that the one main problem with his plans are those blasted Turtles.
4. After Rocksteady and Bebop return to the Technodrome, Shredder tells Krang that created a plan to carry out those miserable shellbacks, referring to the Turtles.
5. Bebop as Leonardo says "Cowabeako", a variation of Cowabunga when he skatesboards across the sidewalk on sand.
6. Bebop as Leonardo calls Speega a wimp as seen from the giant video screen.
7. Donatello refers to Rocksteady and Bebop as pinheads when he says that they stole the baseball cards.
8. As Shredder, Krang, and his mutants retreat to the Transport Module, Shredder tells Krang that he's had it with his idiotic schemes.

Pizza References:
None in this episode.

Pop Culture References:
1. When the Turtles return from the lair, Raphael tells Michelangelo that his giant lizard ate more buildings than Michelangelo's three-headed dragon, which is in reference to the arcade game Rampage.
2. It is revealed that someone was stealing baseball cards with bubble gum. It turns out to be Rocksteady and Bebop, where Rocksteady mentions he has a Nolan Ryan card.
3. Vernon says that Leonardo clone has been spotted in more places than Elvis.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
Donatello says that baseball card loving kids everywhere are depending on him and his brothers.

Wacky Inventions:
1. The Transport Driller and Power Cells
2. Krang's Hyper Thruster
3. The Holographic Cloning Machine

Kidnappings:
The Turtles minus Leonardo tie up Rocksteady and Bebop inside a TV studio.

Notables:
1. This episode aired out of order since the Technodrome is once again seen in the Arctic, where it has appeared on the ocean floor since Rock Around the Block. This is also the final appearance of Shredder, Krang, Bebop and Rocksteady for the rest of this season.
2. Final episode with Leonardo and any Turtle name in its title.
3. Final appearance of Krang's holographic cloaker.
*4. Vernon is not seen in this episode, but his voice is heard on April's communicator.


Episode 139: Snakes Alive
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Jennifer Darling: Red Haired Boy
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Pinky's First Goon
Renae Jacobs: April O誰eil, Little Girl
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Rudolph Cobrato, Brown Haired Boy, Killer Snakes From Outer Space Spokesman
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick, Pinky McFingers

Mistakes:
None in this episode.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Pinky calls Leonardo a rotten reptile when he first sees him at the dock.
2. The little girl says "Go Green Machine" after Leonardo agrees to bust some bad guys and the red haired boy says "Turtle Power".

Pizza Reference:
The Turtles walk past Vinnie's Pizza, and Leonardo tells the others that they should stop for some pizza.

Pop Culture References:
1. Raphael tells Leonardo that he's jumpy as a cat when he sees a coil shaped like a snake. That expression derives from "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof", used in a play by Tennessee Williams.
2. This episode exploits ophidiophobia, the fear of snakes. It is a characteristic of Indiana Jones.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
None in this episode.

Wacky Invention:
Cobrato's Thermal Device

Kidnappings:
1. Raphael, Michelangelo, and Donatello get captured by snakes in the old botanical garden and get imprisoned in a glass cage at Rudolph Cobrato's lab.
2. Leonardo ties up Pinky and traps his two goons in a fishing net at a pier.
3. Rudolph gets tied up by the Turtles after he his defeated.

Notables:
1. Final appearance of Pinky McFingers and his goons.
2. A painting of Shredder is seen in the Turtles' Exercise Room, but Shredder is not seen in this episode.
3. Final appearance of Vinnie's Pizza.
4. A voiceover of Splinter in Leonardo's brain is heard when he encounters the snakes at the botanical garden.
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Episode 140: Polly Wanna Pizza
Written by: Jack Mendelsohn

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Ralph, Mean Green Giant
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Mugsy McGuffin
Pat Fraley: Burne Thompson, Boris
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Security Guard
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Polly (Referred to as "Ditto" by the Turtles), Construction Worker #2
Peter Renaday: Vernon Fenwick
Unknown Voice Actor: Clyde, Construction Worker #1

Mistakes:
1. The red outline around the Channel 6 logo on April's microphone disappears when April says that Mugsy has waited 15 long years.
2. The height of the Bearing Arms Hotel is inconsistent throughout this episode. When we first see the hotel, it it shown to be approximately 14 stories tall, but later in the episode, it is drawn to be about 10 stories tall in one shot, before going back to the 14 stories model as Michelangelo climbs the building with his grappling hook. In a later scene with the Keep Out sign in front of the building, the building is drawn to be about nine stories tall. Donatello's computer then shows a rendering of the building to be ten floors tall. In the shot with April and the building, it is drawn to be about 15 stories tall. Finally, when the building explodes, the side appears to have three more floors than the front.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Mugsy calls Boris a nitwit when he asks him for the key to the vault where he left the ruby.
2. April says "April O'Neil, at Channel 6 News" when she asks the audience to contact her if they find Polly.
3. Leonardo says "Turtle Power" after Ditto/Polly delivers Michelangelo's grappling hook to him.
4. Mugsy calls Boris an idiot after he sees that the Galloby Ruby has been destroyed with the hotel.
5. Ditto/Polly says "Cowabunga Dude" after he has been relocated.

Pizza References:
1. This episode begins with a pizza on the Turtles' kitchen table, and Raphael is waiting for the anchovies and bananas to be ready, and says "I want that pizza!" Soon afterwards, Clyde splatters the unfinished pizza on Raphael, Leonardo, and Donatello.
2. The pizza billboard next to the Channel 6 building is visible.
3. Michelangelo makes Ditto/Polly a snail and earthworm pizza.
4. Ditto/Polly says "Polly Wanna Pizza!" after he has been relocated.

Pop Culture References:
1. The title of this episode is in reference to the 1880 song "Polly Wolly Doodle".
2. Ralph says "A Parrot is a parrot" after Ralph gives a parrot to Mugsy, to quote the Shakesperian "A Rose is a Rose" quote.
3. The Mean Green Giant is a parody of the Jolly Green Giant.
4. The poster of the Mean Green Giant says "World Wrestling League" at the bottom, in reference to what was then known as the World Wrestling Federation.
5. Michelangelo says that Ditto ate one little Foot Locker, mentioning the shoe store chain.
6. Ditto says "Women and children first" from Titanic lore when it causes a sewer pipe to flood.
7. When Michelangelo leaves the Lair with Ditto, he says "Goodbye Cruel Dudes", in reference to the 1961 James Darren song "Goodbye Cruel World".
8. Mugsy says "This is what the little Dickens looks like" when he presents a picture of Polly to the TV. This is in reference to Little Jimmy Dickens, who had a 1965 hit called "May the Bird of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose".
9. As Michelangelo walks on the street with Ditto/Polly back to Ralph's Pet Shop, he says that he'll "Miss You Like Crazy", a 1989 hit by Natalie Cole.
10. Raphael says "Didn't I see this once in a Lassie episode after knowing that Ditto/Polly wants to follow the Turtles to the hotel.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Raphael says that he'd always dreamed of hearing Michelangelo in stereo.
2. Raphael says that in true cliffhanger fashion, the hotel should blow up in about two minutes.

Wacky Invention:
Donatello's Key Analyzer Spectroscope

Kidnappings:
None in this episode.

Notable:
The elevator dial in the Channel 6 building reveals that the building is ten stories tall.


Episode 141: Mr. Nice Guy
Written by: Steve Grant and Cydne Clark

Voice Cast:
Greg Berg: Museum Security Guard
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, First Thief
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Second Cop, Second Thief
Pat Fraley: First Cop
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Iggy
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil, Little Boy
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, X-2
Hal Rayle: Dr. Otto Von Shrink, X-12
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Bus Driver

Mistakes:
The scenes at the Von Shrink Institute of Mental Health take place in the daytime, while most others take place at night, and the events take place over just two days. By the time the episode ends there have been three occasions in which it was daytime and three nightfalls.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Burne tells April to "Go Go Go" to cover a recent increase in crime.
2. Leonardo says "Let's go green machine" after Donatello spots a crime at the Crosstown Bank.
3. Leonardo says "Let's go green machine" as the Turtles arrive at Joe's Drive-In.
4. The Turtles say "Turtles fight with honor" when they start to battle Otto's Enforcer Robots.

Pizza References:
1. Michelangelo brings home a pizza and drops a slice into a fishbowl with his two goldfish for Raphael.
2. The pizza billboard next to the Channel 6 building is visible.
3. Raphael asks his brothers about when was the last time he took him out for pizza in a nice mood.
4. When the Turtles hit the street, Michelangelo says that he couldn't wait to rest his chops around a Vinnie's Pizza.
5. As the Turtles walk out of Vinnie's, Donatello says that the liver and bubblegum pizza really hit the spot.
6. Otto makes a pizza inside his Phobia Chamber, but is actually a giant monster.

Pop Culture References:
1. The title of this episode is also the name of a 1987 film. It may also refer to a number of works titled "No More Mr. Nice Guy", most famously being a song by Alice Cooper.
2. The quote "Busy hands are happy hands" that Raphael says right after the personality alterator lightens him up comes from the children's television show Captain Kangaroo.
3. Michelangelo says that Raphael has gone from Mr. Mean to Mr. Rogers, referencing the children's television series Mister Rogers' Neighborhood.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Michelangelo says that Raphael's hangup with birthdays is because he's afraid of becoming a Middle-aged Mutant Ninja Turtle.
2. Michelangelo tells the two Bank Robbers that they've broken into the movies as the movie ends and the Turtles push them into the screen.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Dr. Otto Von Shrink's robots, X2 and X12
2. Otto's Cranial Regressor
3. Dr. Von Shrink's Conveyor Belted Getaway Car
4. Otto's Phobia Chamber
5. Otto's Enforcer Robots

Kidnappings:
1. The two Jewel Theives tie up a cop at the Crosstown Bank.
2. Otto deploys a force field to trap Leonardo, Donatello, and Michelangelo.

Notables:
1. Final appearance of Donatello's Personality Alterator device.
2. Raphael's birthday is celebrated.
3. Leonardo pronounces Raphael "Rah-fee-el" instead of his usual "Rah-fie-el" after he sees the two thieves escape in April's News Van.
3. Second and final appearance of the rear elevator with the dial of the Channel 6 building.
4. Final appearance of the Channel 6 Newscycle.
5. Even though Joe's Drive In is playing "Invasion of the Turtleoids", no reference to Kerma is mentioned.
6. Although associated with Leonardo, Michelangelo says "We've got to do something" when he explains to Leonardo and Donatello about restoring Raphael to his normal self from the Channel 6 News Van.
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Episode 142: Sleuth on the Loose
Written by: Matt Uitz

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Dr. Webb, Car Driver
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Professor Von Volt
Joan Gerber: Agatha Marbles
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Man in Library, Garth
Renae Jacobs: April O誰eil, Boy with Skateboard
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Knuckles
Peter Renaday: Splinter

Mistakes:
1. Right before Agatha gets teleported through Donatello's TV, the Tapestry drawing says COn at the bottom. After she is teleported, the Tapestry drawing says 77AEOP below it.
2. Garth normally has four stripes between his shirt's collars, but when Knuckles says "Right professor," he is shown with five stripes.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Leonardo says "Turtles to the Rescue!" after he gets word of April's report as the Turtles leave the Lair.
2. Vol Volt refers to the Turtles as stupid reptiles as Von Volt's molecularizer beam is processed in the Re-molecularizer Chamber.
3. Leonardo, Michelangelo, and Donatello shout "Turtle Power!" as they exit the Turtle Van to fight the robot.
4. Von Volt calls Agatha a meddling old bitty as he activates his doomsday device.

Pizza References:
1. Donatello bets that its a pizza with the works that it was the rich uncle who performed the case of the rich guppie after watching Aunt Agatha on the TV.
2. Michelangelo brings home a pizza to the Lair, while Donatello tells him that he'll have the pizza to keep him company while he monitors Dr. Webb's part. He is also seen eating a slice of pizza while watching a monster movie.
3. When discussing to Raphael, Michelangelo asks if someone could recreate the pizza so he could recreate the crime.
4. Agatha shows a slice of pizza when Donatello turns on his Teleportation TV. Michelangelo then wants to wonder what was on that pizza.
5. Donatello says that we'd bet a pizza on Aunt Agatha's guilty plea after she agrees to help the Turtles.
6. The pizza billboard next to the Channel 6 building is visible.

Pop Culture References:
1. Raphael tells Donatello that he's been watching way to many reruns of Star Trek after he explains the Molecular Disintegrator Beam.
2. Agatha says to April "Brilliance runs in our family dear", which is in reference to the quote "Insanity runs in the family" from the 1944 film Arsenic and Old Lace.
3. When Dr. Von Volt's two henchmen get away in the blue van, Agatha says "Fiddlesticks", which are sticks used to play the rhythm of old fiddle music and is also the name of a 1930 cartoon.
4. Raphael tells Agatha that she was a pole vault gold medalist in the 1952 Olympics. Agatha says she won in 1956 In the actual 1956 Olympics, the gold medalist was Bob Richards and there was not yet a competition yet for women.
5. As the Doomsday Device counts down, Raphael mentions that it could be the Last Laugh, which was a Hardy Boys novel and a 1924 silent film.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. After Donatello explains his departiculator device, Raphael asks him to explain it again in English.
2. After Donatello turns on the Teleportation TV, Michelangelo says that its another episode of "Sleuth on the Loose".
3. Agatha says that she's the guest star after she comes out from a manhole cover after dodging a van.
4. Michelangelo looks into the camera and says, referring to Agatha "Whoa! Is she awesome or what?" after saying that a rare breed of cat is in central Afghanistan.
5. Raphael says to the camera "But I'm sure she will" after Agatha talks about bronco busting in the Himalayas.
6. Right after Agatha stops the doomsday device from explosion, Raphael tells her that these cliffhangers are tough on the nerves.
7. At the end of the episode, Michelangelo says that we'll have to wait for the summer reruns to find out whodunit. This happened to be the last episode of Season 6.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Molecular Disintegrator Beam
2. Professor Von Volt's Re-molecularizer Chamber
3. Donatello's Departiculator, Oscillator Relay Control, and Teleportation TV
4. Von Volt's Destroyer Robot
5. Von Volt's Destroyer Insect
6. Von Volt's Doomsday Device

Kidnappings:
1. Aunt Agatha is briefly trapped in a garbage can by Knuckles.
2. Garth and Knuckles are tied up as the Turtles and Agatha escape Dr. Von Volt's lab.

Notables:
1. Final appearance of Agatha Marbles.
2. Final episode of Season 6.
3. The Turtles are seen wearing their winter outfits in this episode.
4. Final appearance of Genius Quarterly magazine.
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50 episodes to go! Now moving onto the Vacation in Europe episodes.

Episode 143: Tower of Power
Written by: Michael Edens

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Jim Cummings: Shredder
Jennifer Darling: Irma Langinstein
Pat Fraley: Krang, Burne Thompson, Second Sailor, Notre Dame Security Guard
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop, French Cafe Customer
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil
Hal Rayle: Raphael
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick, First Sailor

Mistakes:
1. Shredder smashes April's news camera and all of the broken pieces go up, but the Eiffel Tower wasn't yet magnetized.
2. When the Turtle Van is first seen in the Paris sewer, the inside is uncolored.
3. The Turtles' weapons are magnetically thrown at Donatello, including the wooden section of Michelangelo's nunchucks, but wood isn't magnetic. Also, the Turtles gain back their weapons.
4. After Leonardo is thrown into the Turtle Van, he's wearing Raphael's colors.
5. When Vernon walks to the Channel 6 Van after Burne drops April from the ceremony coverage, he is shown walking straight through the back door instead of around it.
6. When Vernon falls into the giant cake, his jacket disappears.
7. When Irma pulls out the scissors when she and Vernon are stuck on the tower, her watch disappears.
8. The word "STOP" on the stop sign in the Turtles' lair has orange letters instead of white, and the outline is olive green with a brownish background.
9. In Plan 6 From Outer Space, Michelangelo read the letter from Greasy Eddie's Pizza claiming that the Turtles won a European Vacation, but in this episode, it is Donatello who reads it.
10. The word "EXIT" in the Lair has green letters instead of red and is missing its red outline.
11. Rocksteady says "The boss and his magnetic personality" from the Eiffel Tower in Bebop's voice.
12. Michelangelo and Leonardo's belt initial are showing their season 2 colors of a white initial and gray outline near the end of the episode when Michelangelo asks Splinter for some more down time.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Leonardo says "Turtle Power" as he instructs the Turtles to Ninja practice in the Paris Sewers.
2. Shredder refers to April, Irma, and Vernon as fools when he sees that they've brought the Channel 6 Van over to Paris.
3. Krang calls Shredder a metal-faced muttonhead as he responds on Shredder's Com-Link from the Eiffel Tower.
4. Michelangelo says "Holy guacamole" after Rocksteady turns off the Neutronic Generator.
5. Shredder calls Rocksteady and Bebop lunkheads when he tells them to be careful with the Ion Flow Converter.
6. April says that she should have known that old Tin Grin was behind the problem.
7. Raphael says that it's time to bring a little Turtle Power to the Eiffel Tower after the Turtles see that April is kidnapped.
8. After talking to Krang, Shredder hopes that his idiots, Bebop and Rocksteady have finished assembling the power controls.
9. Michelangelo refers to Shredder as Shredhead after he and Donatello knock Bebop and Rocksteady into the sewers.
10. Shredder calls Raphael a fool after he blocks Shredder's vision with his hands.
11. Krang refers to Shredder as a fool when he thought that Shredder didn't believe there was a large enough object to support the Electromagnetic Antenna.

Pizza References:
1. Donatello says that the Turtles have won a European Cruise courtesy of Greasy Eddie's Pizza. Michelangelo then says that he knew scarfing off all that pizza would pay off.
2. Michelangelo tells Splinter that it would be better than Greasy Eddie's Pizza in terms of vacationing in Europe.
3. Aboard the Maude, Raphael tells Splinter that pizza for breakfast may not have been such a dynamite idea. Michelangelo then says "don't bring up pizza, dude."

Pop Culture References:
1. The ship in which the Turtles and Splinter cruise is named Maude, which is also the name of a '70s TV sitcom.
2. Splinter mentions the names of some French cuisine aboard the Maude, including peasant underglass, chocolate truffles, and snails. April also mentions Crepe Souzets in the News Van.
3. The Paris landmarks featured are the Eiffel Tower, the Notre Dame Cathedral, the Louvre, and the Paris Sewers. The Louvre features Leonardo Da Vinci's Mona Lisa.
4. Tower of Power is also the name of a 1970s funk band.
5. This episode takes place on France's national holiday, Bastille Day.
6. When one of the trumpeteers' pants falls, his underwear is shown with the Fluer de Lis, the national flower of France.
7. When Vernon says "Every Anchorman for Himself" after the Neutronic Generator activates, this may be in reference to the 1980 French film Sauve qui peut la vie (Every Man for Himself).
8. Michelangelo mispronounces Notre Dame and mentions the football team while at the cathedral.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
Raphael says "Doesn't anybody just surrender anymore" right as Shredder gets ready to battle the Turtles.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Krang's Neutronic Generator
2. The Ion Flow Converter
3. The Technodrome's Electromagnetic Antenna

Kidnappings:
1. Rocksteady and Bebop tie up April in the Eiffel Tower.
2. Shredder then takes April into an elevator car, disables the controls and locks her.

Notables:
1. Hal Rayle replaces Rob Paulsen voicing Raphael for the entire Vacation in Europe sideseason.
2. The Vacation in Europe sideseason takes place during Season 4 since the Technodrome is shown back on the Dimension X asteroid. Also, Michelangelo's nunchucks, absent since early Season 5, are once again visible in the back of his shell.
3. These episodes had a long production history. The episodes were first written in the summer of 1990 according to my personal collection of Francis Moss' scripts yet contain some sound effects and background music introduced for the 1992 CBS Season (Season 6). They were first aired in the UK during the 1992 Christmas season and did not air in the US until September of 1993, concurrent with the CBS episodes of Season 7.
5. In the US, these episodes aired in syndication on the USA Network. This causes a couple additional changes with regards to the introduction and closing. The original opening sequence and title card last seen in Once Upon A Time Machine returns. The closing credits feature a split screen that only features the French unit that distributed these episodes, and lack credits such as Voice Talent, Storyboard Artists, Character Design, Music, and other credits done by the American unit. Finally, the full end of the TMNT theme returns and plays over both the Fred Wolf Films theme and the Westinghouse Broadcast International logo, which was the international distributor of Group W Productions and the logo features a red W with yellow text on a black background.
6. The unedited versions of these episodes never appeared in the US until the DVDs were released in 2009, since USA Network had a practice of editing out their episodes in favor of commercials, promos, and Cartoon Express segments.
7. All Vacation in Europe episodes were animated in France.
8. The final appearance of the Shredder's theme background music cue is used.
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Episode 144: Rust Never Sleeps
Written by: Lee Schneider and Matthew Malach

Voice Cast:
James Avery: Shredder
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady, Policeman
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Pat Fraley: Krang, Burne Thompson, French Artist
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop, Art Vandal, Monsieur Ice Cream Man
Renae Jacobs: April O誰eil, Little Girl
Hal Rayle: Raphael, Monsieur Power Plant Director
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Flower Seller

Mistakes:
1. Donatello and Michelangelo's weapons are switched when they approach Rocksteady and Bebop at the Eiffel Tower.
2. When Leonardo, Raphael, and April walk to the apartment window to search for Shredder, Raphael is shown with an unrusted pair of sai after the Turtles' weapons are rusted.
3. Although Michelangelo's grappling hook was struck by the Rust Encruster, he used a pair of rusted nunchucks to fight Rocksteady and Bebop at the tower later in the episode.
4. The Turtle Van was missing the teeth from its bumper right before it was hit with the Rust Encruster's beam.
5. As Leonardo and Raphael got into the ice cream truck, Leonardo's kantanas were unrusted.
6. When Michelangelo ran off to jump up the tower to taunt Rocksteady and Bebop, the chains on his nunchucks were unrusted.
7. When Donatello used the Rust Encruster to restore a car to normal, he is colored like Michelangelo.
8. Shredder's Com-Link shows a scene of the Eiffel Tower during the day instead of night when he tells Krang that the tower is about to collapse.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Shredder says to Krang that patience is for wimps.
2. Krang refers to the Turtles as miserable shellbacks after he loads a postcard to April from the Technodrome.
3. Shredder says "What better place to enjoy Turtle Soup than in Paris" after reading the Turtles post card.
4. Krang calls Shredder an idiot when he mistakens thrust for rust. After he screws up with the Rust Encruster, Krang calls him a walking sardine can.
5. Krang calls Rocksteady a fool after he thinks that all the plaster comes from Paris.
6. The power plant director calls April a nosy reporter when April walks up to him.
7. Shredder tells Bebop to unplug the Rust Encruster before the blasted Turtles interfere with his plans.
8. The Turtles say "Turtle Power!" as they decide to go topside and exit the sewers.
9. Michelangelo says "Time to make Turtle Tracks!" as Rocksteady and Bebop start to rust the Turtles' weapons.
10. Rocksteady calls Bebop a warthead when he knocks him down near the Eiffel Tower.
11. Bebop says "Mama!" as the ice cream truck nearly runs him over by the Eiffel Tower.
12. Leonardo and Raphael say "Turtle Power!" after they jump out of the ice cream truck near the Eiffel Tower.
13. Shredder calls Michelangelo a dimbo when he sees that he can't operate the Rust Encruster.
14. Michelangelo calls Shredder Tin Grin right before he rusts him with the Encruster.
15. Krang calls Shredder an incompetent ninny after he returns to the Technodrome addressing his failure.

Pizza References:
1. The Turtles write on a postcard to April, visible from the Technodrome, a message that includes "The French Pizza isn't half bad either".
2. Michelangelo asks the other Turtles to order a pizza for breakfast after the Turtles accomplish their mission. Leonardo then says to him "is that all you think about? Pizza?"

Pop Culture References:
1. The Garden of Versailles and the Paris Opera House landmarks are mentioned. Michelangelo says that we might be able to see The Phantom of the Opera.
2. When Krang says that he'll never get the scrappy to Earth when referring to the Rust Encruster, he's referring to Scrappy Doo from Scooby-Doo.
3. Michelangelo compares the Eiffel Tower to the world's largest Jungle Gym, an attraction found at some amusement parks.
4. Michelangelo compares the Eiffel Tower to an Erector Set as he first spots it in the distance from the Turtle Van.
5. The Turtles make a Ghostbusters reference when from the Turtle Van they all shout out "Who'd you gonna call? Rustbusters!" as they approach the Eiffel Tower.
6. The title of this episode is also the name of a 1979 album by Neil Young.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Bebop says "I always wanted to say that" when he says "Hey Krang".
2. After Bebop and Rocksteady toss the French Artist out of his studio, he looks at the camera and says "Everyone who's an art critic."
3. Shredder says to Leonardo and Raphael "You two are about to see stars", referring to a common animation technique used after characters get attacked upon.

Wacky Inventions:
1. The Rust Encruster
2. Krang's Hypercombustion Obsidizer Rocket

Kidnappings:
1. Michelangelo ties up a criminal at the Louvre with his grappling hook.
2. Rocksteady and Bebop tie up April to a human model at the French Artist's studio.

Notables:
1. Between the last episode and this episode, the Mona Lisa at the Louvre was moved from a side wall to a pillared wall in the middle of a corridor.
2. Michelangelo is shown holding and twirling his nunchucks in this episode.



Episode 145: A Real Snow Job
Written by: Misty Taggart

Voice Cast:
James Avery: Shredder
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Jennifer Darling: Irma Langinstein
Pat Fraley: Krang, Rudy
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop
Renae Jacobs: April O誰eil
Hal Rayle: Raphael
Peter Renaday: Splinter

Mistakes:
1. After Bebop and Rocksteady crashed their Snow Speeders, Krang's shoulder pads on his android body are red.
2. Leonardo was colored like Donatello when he picked up a video tape inside April's cabin.
3. When Bebop and Rocksteady went to the chalet to kidnap April, Donatello's Turtlecom is shaped like April's.
4. If the last two episodes take place in July, essentially the middle of summer, how can it be the middle of winter in the next episode when a vacation usually lasts no more than a month?
5. The upside down triangle above Krang is red instead of yellow throughout this episode. Also, when he tells Shredder to come to him, the triangle disappears.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Shredder tells Krang that he didn't want to send two dunderheads, referring to Rocksteady and Bebop after they pass through the portal.
2. Krang calls Rocksteady and Bebop bogbrains after they crashed their Snow Speeders.
3. April says "Let me go, you big ape!" when April arrives at Shredder's hideout as Rocksteady continues to carry her off.
4. As the Turtles fly aboard the Turtle Blimp, they say "Turtle Power!"

Pizza References:
1. Michelangelo inserts a pizza into an oven in the back of the Turtle Van, and is then shown eating a slice after it is cooked.
2. Michelangelo says "Forget pizzas, I total love snow!" after the Turtle Van lands via parachute near the base of a mountain.
3. The Turtles are shown eating two pizzas with Swiss cheese after they return to April's chalet.

Pop Culture References:
1. Michelangelo says "Mondo moguls" as he follows the Turtles down the mountain on skis, referring to an Winter Olympic sport.
2. When the Turtles spot footprints in April's chalet, Michelangelo makes an "Abominable Snowman" reference, which reference to the ape-like Yeti that lives in the Himalayas. It is also the name of a 1957 film and the character Hugo the Abominable Snowman appears in various Looney Tunes cartoons.
3. Michelangelo calls the melting glacier while watching the video tape a snow cone, which is also known as shaved ice or a snowball that is a popular warm weather desert.
4. When April asks Shredder that he should be on the show "Lifestyles of the Vicious and Infamous", this is a spoof on Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Raphael tells Leonardo that he's been in enough of these shows to know that Splinter always talks like that, right as Splinter parts from the Turtles.
2. After Krang talks about his plan to melt all the glaciers, he says that he's so clever that he can hardly stand himself.
3. Shredder says "such tired old dialogue from such a bright young girl" after April says that he and Krang were at the bottom of his plans.

Wacky Inventions:
1. The Snow Speeders
2. Krang's Zolatropic Waves and model of Lichtenbroich
3. Krang's Microwave Relay Stations and the Relay Dish
4. The Turtle Van's Parachute

Kidnapping:
Rocksteady grabs April's Turtlecom and carries her off to Shredder's hideout, where she is initially tied up.

Notables:
1. Second and final episode in which Shredder is voiced by James Avery for the Vacation in Europe sideseason.
2. Final mention of Shredder's mother, where he says that her mother kept threatening to run away from home.
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Episode 146: Venice on the Half Shell
Written by: Misty Taggart

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Jim Cummings: Shredder
Jennifer Darling: Irma Langinstein
Pat Fraley: Krang, Burne Thompson
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil
Hal Rayle: Raphael

Mistakes:
1. As the Turtles turn around and look for Donatello who is missing while in the gondola, Michelangelo is colored like him.
2. The Technodrome is seen at a much smaller scale than it should be when Shredder and Krang survey the damage to their troops.
3. Krang breaks a switch to open the side door to the Technodrome, but in the next shot after the door broke into pieces, it is shown completely intact.
4. Since this episode takes place around Mardi Gras (February/early March), it seems illogical since it was mid-July during the Paris episodes and vacations generally don't last more than a few weeks.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Krang calls Shredder a tinface twerp after Shredder thinks that chewing gum is the best way to defeat the Turtles. Krang also refers the Turtles as wretched Turtles as he comes up with a plan.
2. Donatello responds to April's Turtlecom call by saying "Donatello here."
3. Krang calls Rocksteady a hornhead after he says that chewing gun is complicated to him.
4. Michelangelo says Cowabunga as the Turtles surf on wooden boards right before they exit the Venice Sewers.
5. Donatello refers to Shredder as Tin Grin when he explains his appearance to April.
6. The Turtles say "Turtle Power" after they understand the Hydro-Fluxor's plans to flood Venice.
7. Krang calls Bebop an amoeba brain after he loses the instructions.
8. Michelangelo says Cowabunga after the Molecular Wave Intensifier passes through the portal.
9. Krang calls Shredder a fool after he starts the Hydro-Fluxor without the Intensifier.
10. Krang refers to the Turtles as "blasted turtles" after they rescue April and Irma from the griffin.
11. Bebop and Rocksteady say "Mama!" as their boat rides on a board and jumps over the Turtle Van and then crashes.
12. Shredder blames the Intensifier's malfunction on the blasted Turtles.
13. Krang wonders how much damage the staley shellbacks did to his Hydro-Fluxor.

Pizza References:
1. Leonardo, Raphael, and Michelangelo are eating a slice of pizza in the gondola at the start of the episode.
2. After Donatello falls off of the gondola, Michelangelo tells him to keep steering in the same direction because he smells pizza.
3. Michelangelo is carrying four pizzas and is holding a slice when the Turtles walk into the sewers of Venice.
4. There is a pizza cart at the Mardi Gras Carnival and Michelangelo holds a slice of pizza. Donatello comments that the pizza is great.

Pop Culture References:
1. When Raphael tells Donatello to sit down and that he's rockin' the boat, that refers to the 1974 disco song by the Hues Corporation.
2. When Krang says that he plans to double his pleasure and double his fun after he and Shredder note that the TMNT are in Venice, that comes from the slogan for Doublemint Gum in the 1980s and 1990s.
3. Irma calls Burne "Mr. T" when he was talking on the phone to April, which was a popular 1980s cartoon franchise.
4. Shredder compares the pieces of the Hydro-Fluxor to Tinker Toys after Krang says that he'll send it to Venice piece by piece.
5. Raphael makes a Wheel of Fortune reference when Donatello picks up the Hydro-Fluxor's instructions by saying "You gonna let us in on this or are you going to let Vanna start turning letters?"
6. Michelangelo says that he thought he always liked the sound of heavy metal (A rock genre as well as a movie) after the Molecular Wave Intensifier passes through the portal.
7. The Crab Nebula seal found on the fake Last Supper painting refers to a nebula formed from a supernova by a star in the constellation Taurus that exploded in 1054.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Krang says that he thought up himself why Shredder was dumped in the Grand Canal, and says that it was a nice touch.
2. Michelangelo in the Turtle Van says that Irma's scream of "Help!" sounded like the musical note G above high C, which in fact it is.
3. Donatello explains the switch inside the Turtle Van about the pontoon for all the technically minded folks at home.

Wacky Inventions:
1. The Hydro-Fluxor, with the Molecular Wave Intensifier the most important part.
2. The Turtlevan's Magnetic Field

Kidnapping:
A stone griffin grabs April and Irma and flies off with them.

Notable:
Michelangelo is seen holding one of his nunchucks when Shredder invades the Venice Sewers. He draws both nunchucks when he goes into an attack stance as Bebop and Rocksteady threaten. He also holds a pair right after Shredder and his mutants escape through the portal.


Episode 147: Artless
Written by: Doug Molitor

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Museum Watchman #1
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Male Tourist
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil, Lukron Yikum, Female Tourist
Hal Rayle: Raphael, Lucron Dob
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick, Professor Marco, Museum Watchman #2

Mistake:
Yikum says "Impudent earthlings" in Dob's voice.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Raphael says "Time to make Turtle Tracks" as two tourists start chasing the Turtles.
2. Leonardo says "Turtles fight with honor" as he and the others draw out their weapons to fight the Lukrons.
3. The Turtles say "Turtle Power!" after the Stasis Beam's powers wear off on the Turtles.

Pizza References:
1. Michelangelo says that if it was his last supper he'd order pizza.
2. Donatello says that the Last Supper painting was sliced away like a pizza.
3. A pizza is shown on an outdoor table near the end of the episode, and Michelangelo says that it will be his last pizza (thought it really isn't).

Pop Culture References:
1. Vatican City, the Colosseum, the Sistine Chapel, the Underground Catacombs, and the Trevi Fountain are the Roman landmarks featured in this episode.
2. At the museum, artworks composed by the renaissance artists in which the Turtles were named after are featured: Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper, Michelangelo's David, Raphael's School of Athens, and Donatello's St. George.
3. As the Turtles drive to Rome, Donatello says the expression "All roads lead to Rome", written by Chaucer in 1391.
4. Donatello compares Shredder and Krang to Punch and Judy after sensing the power of the Lukrons, a puppet show having its roots in 15th century Italian comedy.
5. Dob says that he'll sell the Coliseum by the pound, in reference to the 1973 Genesis album "Selling England by the Pound".
6. Leonardo says "When in Rome, do as the Romans did" as the Turtles pick up their weapons in the Coliseum. This was first said by St. Ambrose in Medieval Rome. Also, When in Rome is a 1952 film starring Van Johnson and Paul Douglas.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Michelangelo says "Who'd pay to see a movie about Mutant Turtles?" after the two tourists chase after the Turtles.
2. Yikum says "this will make an amusing story" as she knocks down Michelangelo and Donatello.
3. Michelangelo thinks that the space aliens (Lukrons) stole the artwork because they were Turtle fans rather than just stealing artworks named after the Turtles' namesakes.
4. Vernon complains that the Coliseum is not in the script.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Donatello's Rocket Pack
2. Dob's Stasis Beam
3. The Lukron's Laser Guns

Kidnappings:
Dob activates his Stasis Beam and paralyzes the Turtles.

Notables:
1. Michelangelo is shown twirling one of his nunchucks as he approaches Yikum. He also twirls both nunchucks as people throw food at the Turtles. He also holds a pair when he says that the Lukrons are from outer space. Finally, he twirls his nunchucks during the final battle with the Lukrons.
2. Krang and Shredder are mentioned by Donatello but are not in this episode.
3. Final appearance of the "Trouble Ahead" background music as the Lukrons are first shown.
4. The red W logo says "GROUP W PRODUCTIONS" instead of Westinghouse Broadcasting International in this episode.
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Episode 148: Ring of Fire
Written by: Michael Edens

Voice Cast:
Greg Berg: Donatello, Bebop
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Jim Cummings: Shredder
Jennifer Darling: Irma Langinstein
Pat Fraley: Krang
Renae Jacobs: April O誰eil
Hal Rayle: Raphael
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick

Mistakes:
1. The shells on the Turtles' grappling hooks were missing when they reached the top of the building.
2. The interior of the Turtle Van is uncolored in its first shot of it inside the olive warehouse. Additionally, the word "TURTLES" is missing on the front shell.
3. The crust of the pizza was the same color as the cheese after Donatello removes it from his new machine, as are the other pizzas in the pile he places it upon. Also, while Splinter says that Donatello had ALMOST finished with his new pizza making machine, the stack of pizzas suggests that he finished it moments ago.
4. Michelangelo's Turtlecom lacks details, such as the shell pattern, the view screen, and some buttons when he first contacts the other Turtles.
5. Leonardo is seen with Donatello's bo as the bull charges straight toward the Turtles after the second commercial break. After the Turtles say "Yes!" in response to Donatello's "Shall we join him?" as they hide behind a wooden wall, Leonardo and Donatello's weapons are switched.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Michelangelo says "Holy cowabunga" when he sees three bulls charging at him.
2. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" when he surfs on a bench seat.
3. Shredder calls Rocksteady a nitwit when he orders him to empty the sand from the truck.
4. April says "Let go of me you tin ape!" after Shredder grabs a hold of her and Irma by the Esterol Hotel.
5. Michelangelo says Cowabunga again from his bench surfboard right before April yells for help.
6. Michelangelo says "Turtle Power!" after he tells the other Turtles from his Turtlecom that Shredder is attacking April, and he refers to Shredder as Shredhead.
7. Shredder refers to Vernon as a wimp reporter after Vernon tries to flee him inside the bull arena.
8. Michelangelo refers to Shredder as Shredhead as Donatello explains the silicon sand.

Pizza Reference:
Splinter tells the Turtles that Donatello is about to finish his new pizza machine recycled from an old olive press. Michelangelo then asks him "who wants a green olive pizza?", and Leonardo adds "with black olive topping". Donatello removes a finished pizza and places it on a stack of about six pizzas.

Pop Culture References:
1. The title of this episode is in reference to the 1963 Johnny Cash song.
2. The episode takes place during Lisbon, Portugal's Festival of the Bulls.
3. When Vernon says that he has sand in his shoes right after Bebop activates the sand truck's dump lever, this is in reference to the 1964 Drifters song "I've Got Sand In My Shoes".
4. When Michelangelo says "what a pipe dream" while standing on top of a triangular stack of pipes, Pipe Dream is the title of a 1916 film starring Oliver Hardy, a 1955 Rogers and Hammerstein musical, and a 1989 video game originally called Pipe Mania.
5. Donatello uses his bo like a golf club when he strikes two paint cans at Bebop and Rocksteady and yells "fore!"
6. Leonardo says "Let's fly Turtle Airways", in reference to many airline companies such as U.S. Airways and British Airways.
7. Irma says that she always wanted to be the Toast of the Town, referring to the original title of The Ed Sullivan Show while she and April are tied up on the Magnifying Lens.
8. Donatello says that April is using Morse Code while she is trapped in the bell tower.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Krang says "This is the educational portion of our show" after Shredder tells Krang to turn off the map highlighting Lisbon.
2. After Michelangelo says "I owe you one" to Raphael, Raphael says "Nah, we get paid to do this."

Wacky Inventions:
1. Donatello's New Pizza Making Machine
2. Krang's Heat Ray
3. Shredder's Magnifying Lens

Kidnappings:
1. Shredder grabs and ties up April and Irma in front of the Esterol Hotel.
2. Shredder grabs April, Bebop and Rocksteady grabs Irma, where they are tied up, laid down on the Magnifying Lens, and taken to the top of a bell tower.

Notables:
1. Final episode in which Greg Berg voices Donatello and Bebop.
2. Part of Krang is outside of his android body when he explains about grinding the lens.
3. Final reference to MacDonald Crump given during April's report at the Esterol Hotel.
4. Burne is mentioned but not seen in this episode.
5. Michelangelo is seen twirling one of his nunchucks when he asks Bebop and Rocksteady to put Vernon down.


Episode 149: The Irish Jig Is Up
Story by: Carole Mendelsohn
Written by: John Fox

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Jim Cummings: Shredder
Pat Fraley: Krang
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop
Renae Jacobs: April O誰eil
Hal Rayle: Raphael
Peter Renaday: Splinter

Mistakes:
1. Bebop and Rocksteady's voices are switched when they yelp for help and want to go home.
2. After Rocksteady and Bebop's personalities change, Bebop hugs Donatello, but in the next shot, he is shown hugging Raphael.
3. Part of Krang's cornea is white when Shredder asks him if this is a school.
4. Krang asks the Rock Soldiers to bring in the Rainbow Trans-Charmer, but it is the Foot Soldiers that actually deliver it.
5. As the Turtles come to rescue April from the sheep, the "6" on her camcorder is back to front and much of the camera alternates between black and grey over the course of the scene.
6. When Leonardo says "It's working!" as the sheep turn to avoid the Turtles, his mouth doesn't move.
7. Bebop and Rocksteady's voices are switched when Rocksteady says "Help!" and Bebop says "I want to go home" after the ray causes the lion at the zoo to get bigger.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Krang says that the blasted Turtles are in Ireland when he sees the Turtle Van on a small screen inside the Technodrome.
2. Shredder refers to Bebop and Rocksteady as numbskulls after they tell Shredder that he walked right through one.
3. Krang calls Rocksteady an idiot as he tries to eat a rabbit.
4. Michelangelo says Cowabunga as he uses his grappling hook to save April after she falls off of a cliff.
5. Shredder calls Bebop and Rocksteady idiots as they move toward the Trans-Charmer's ray.
6. Shredder refers to the people at the zoo as fools after he tells them to run.
7. Bebop says "Mama" after the ray causes the lion at the zoo to grow in size.
8. Michelangelo says Cowabunga as he slides down his grappling hook from the Castle to a tree.
9. Michelangelo refers to Shredder as Shredhead as he walks up to him in front of the Castle.
10. Krang tells Shredder to take care of those blasted Turtles after Shredder contacts him on his Com-link for more power.
11. Shredder calls Michelangelo a fool when he says that his friends are being transported to Dimension X.
12. After the Danger alarm goes off inside the Technodrome, Krang calls Shredder an idiot, and Shredder refers to the Trans-Charmer to him as idiotic.
13. Leonardo says "How about some Turtle Power Shredder?" after he and the other Turtles walk up to him after the Castle returns to the ground.
14. Krang refers to Bebop and Rocksteady and disguisting creatures after they return to the Technodrome.
15. Right before Donatello changes Michelangelo back to normal, Michelangelo says that he really freaked out Shredhead.

Pizza References:
1. Raphael thought that pizza was Michelangelo's middle name, not clever right after Michelangelo ties up a lion to a tree.
2. Michelangelo says that he wants to transform Shredder into a chicken sandwich pizza while he is still supersized.

Pop Culture References:
1. The episode title may be in reference to the 1979 Styx song "Renagade", which contains the lyrics "The jig is up, the news is out."
2. The McGillicuddy Castle and Dublin Zoo are the featured landmarks in this episode.
3. The Turtles are wearing Hawaiian shirts and Raphael says that the only place the Turtles will blend in is at a Luau as soon as the Turtles get out of the Turtle Van.
4. Splinter explains to the Turtles and April about St. Patrick, patron saint of Ireland. April also talks about Leprechauns.
5. When Michelangelo gets hit by the transformer, he acts like Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Krang tells Shredder from his Com-link that he always wanted to people to run when he sees him, and that now they will when they smell him.
2. Leonardo asks Donatello to try that again in English after he explains that the behavioral inversion inducer with chromatic delivery system forced Bebop and Rocksteady to get smaller.
3. Raphael says that if this turns into one of those warm and fuzzy shows, he's leaving after April decides to take Bebop and Rocksteady to the zoo.

Wacky Invention:
The Rainbow Trans-Charmer

Kidnapping:
Bebop and Rocksteady, despite being smaller than usual, tie up April to a tree at the zoo.

Notables:
1. The shot of the Technodrome is of a cel instead of the normal background.
2. Krang is in his bubble walker in this episode.
3. April wears a blue coat over her yellow jumpsuit in this episode.
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Episode 150: Shredder's New Sword
Written by: Francis Moss and Ted Pedersen

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Jim Cummings: Shredder, Merlin
Jennifer Darling: Irma Langinstein
Pat Fraley: Krang
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil
Hal Rayle: Raphael, King Arthur
Peter Renaday: Splinter
Unknown Voice Actor: British Reporter

Mistakes:
1. As Shredder and his mutants run and escape from the Turtles, Bebop is driving on the left side of the car like in America, but in England, the driver is on the right side of the car.
2. The Turtles' plastrons are green when they first wear their punk disguises.
3. April's belt is black when she asks Irma if she's admiring London.
4. When Shredder says to Bebop "Do you think I'm doing this for Krang?", they hole on the back of Rocksteady's shirt briefly flashes yellow.
5. Rocksteady's eyes are white instead of yellow when Shredder says that he's just a few feet from Excalibur. Also, the hole on the back of his shirt is colored yellow.
6. A section of Raphael's right sai disappears when Donatello says "King Shredder, huh!"
7. The bo strapping on Donatello's bo is missing when Raphael says "Say, would you show me how to do this wishing stuff?".
8. Rocksteady's eyes are white when Shredder holds up Excalibur at the Tower of London.
9. Rocksteady's eyes are white right after he and Bebop push the Turtles and Merlin into the Thames.
10. Rocksteady's eyes are white when Shredder tells Krang to open the portal.
11. A portion of Krang above his eyes flashes a darker shade of pink a few times right before he opens the portal.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Shredder calls Bebop a fool after he thinks that Shredder was never so eager to please Krang before.
2. While in the Royal Albert Hall, Raphael says that he hasn't seen this much sparkle since Donatello Turtle Waxed his head.
3. Michelangelo says "We'll never catch Shredhead now!" after he and his mutants drife off from the Royal Albert Hall.
4. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" as he surfs away from Rocksteady during the battle near the castle.

Pizza Reference:
At the end of the episode, Raphael bets that Michelangelo is dreaming of pizza.

Pop Culture References:
1. London landmarks featured in this episode include the Tower of London, the Bank of England, Big Ben, the British Museum, Hyde Park, Tower Bridge, and Royal Albert Hall.
2. The episode title is in reference to the children's story The Emperor's New Clothes.
3. Splinter explains Stonehenge in the British Museum.
4. This episode has several references to the King Arthur stories, such as the fair maid of Astolat, the Black Knights, and Queen Guinevere.
5. In the sewers, the Turtles are dressed like English punk rockers.
6. The British Reporter begins his cricket scores segment right before the Turtles tune out from his broadcast.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
Shredder says to Krang "I know you're going to tell me and the folks at home" after Krang explains Diridium.

Wacky Invention:
Krang's Element Detector

Kidnappings:
1. Rocksteady and Bebop fire their laser guns at a chandelier, and force four bobbies (English policemen) to be tied up.
2. Shredder and his mutants grab April and Irma while driving and tie them up at the Tower of London against two seats.
3. Shredder, Bebop, Rocksteady, and the Black Knights tie up the Turtles and Merlin and are pushed into the Thames.

Notables:
1. Burne is mentioned by Irma but is not in this episode.
2. Michelangelo is shown holding one of his nunchucks as the Turtles go after Shredder at Hyde Park. He is holding both as the Turtles approach the stone lions.
3. 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.


Episode 151: The Lost Queen of Atlantis
Written by: Michael Edens

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Jim Cummings: Shredder, Atlantean High Priest
Jennifer Darling: Irma Langinstein
Pat Fraley: Krang, Acropolis Tour Guide
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop, Atlantean Guard
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil
Hal Rayle: Raphael
Peter Renaday: Vernon Fenwick, Bazaar Shopkeeper

Mistakes:
1. Leonardo's katanas in his shell are much thinner than normal for parts of this episode.
2. Raphael fully becomes Donatello after Raphael says "How are we going to get past those guards" in which the next shop is a close up of Donatello and Michelangelo, in which he says "No problemo dudes."
3. The right central portion of the Channel 6 logo on the News Van in the shot of it parked next to a white bus is blue instead of red and white.
4. When the white van drives up to the Acropolis near April, the side door is white instead of yellow, and there are a total of eight side windows instead of six.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Leonardo says "Turtle Power" as he jumps from an awning.
2. Leonardo says "Turtles to the Rescue" after he says that Shredder and his minions are shoplifting April.
3. Donatello calls Rocksteady a dimbo while he's inside a merchant cart.
4. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" as the Turtles hit a trap door in a tunnel and nearly fall into a spiked pit.
5. The Turtles say "Turtle Power!" as they start the battle with the Atlanteans inside the Acropolis.
6. Shredder calls Bebop and Rocksteady imbeciles after Rocksteady complains that Shredder is driving the bus too fast.
7. Bebop says "Mama!" as the tentacled monster threatens to attack him and Rocksteady.
8. Michelangelo refers to Shredder as Shredhead after they get untangled from the tentacled Atlantis monster.

Pizza References:
1. Michelangelo tries to deliver the Atlantis Guards pizza by saying "Pizza guy here!" on a bicycle, but one guard replies with "Pizza?" Michelangelo replies that it was a jumbo sized pizza with extra Greek olives, and opens up the pizza box in front of the guard. He declines and then Michelangelo throws the pizza and the box at him and lands in his face.
2. Raphael says to April that he'll explain what happened to her over a delicious Greek pizza. She responds by saying in her medallion voice "We goddesses do not eat pizza."

Pop Culture References:
1. Inside Athens' Acropolis, the winged horses are in reference to the mythological Pegasus.
2. The episode title is in reference to the 1937 novel The Lost Queen of Egypt by Lucile Phillips Morrison.
3. Rocksteady mentions Breath Mints after Krang discusses what he's looking for at Athens.
4. When Bebop says that grabbing April's medallion is like taking candy from a baby, this is in reference to the 1965 Len Barry song "1-2-3".
5. Right as the Rock Soldiers grab April and Irma, Irma says that she and April are delicate young things, which may be in reference to the Michael Jackson song P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing).
6. While in the Bazaar, Michelangelo says that this is like his all time favorite film: The Three Stooges versus the Mummy.
7. Right before Donatello attacks the High Priest, he says "What goes up must come down" in reference to the 1969 song "Spinning Wheel" by Blood, Sweat and Tears.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. At the hotel, Vernon says to April "Who do you think you are bossing around the people like that? A cartoon producer?"
2. After Shredder instructs Bebop and Rocksteady to follow the flying horses, Shredder looks at camera and says "How many times in life would you ever get to say that?"
3. Right before Rocksteady jumps into the portal, he says that he hates when he doesn't have time to think of a clever exit line.

Wacky Invention:
The Sacred Medallion

Kidnappings:
1. The Turtles are briefly caught in a net in the tunnel behind the Bazaar.
2. The Atlantean guards handcuff Irma and Vernon to a column at the Acropolis.
3. Michelangelo and Shredder get binded by a tentacled monster as Atlantis awakens.

Notables:
1. Michelangelo is seen twirling one of his nunchucks when he stands next to Donatello as the Rock Soldiers approach them. He also twirls one of his nunchucks right in front of Shredder after Atlantis sinks.
2. First occurrence in which just the Turtles drive the Channel 6 Van.
3. The Turtles are shown wearing Atlantean outfits and April is shown wearing a Greek dress.
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Episode 152: Turtles on the Orient Express
Written by: Doug Molitor

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Jim Cummings: Shredder
Jennifer Darling: Irma Langinstein
Pat Fraley: Krang, Baron
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil, Baroness
Hal Rayle: Raphael
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick
Unknown Voice Actor: Fritz, Bela, Conductor

Mistakes:
1. Right before the first commercial break when Michelangelo says "We're flying now, dude!", his mouth doesn't move.
2. Splinter's left kimono patch is missing when he first appears in front of Shredder.
3. After Donatello touches the Fusion Supercharger and shows his skeleton, his face is normal and not a skull.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Shredder calls Bebop and Rocksteady lunkheads right before he reveals the fusion supercharger.
2. Leonardo says "Turtles fight with honor" after they take off their band costumes to fight Rocksteady and Bebop. Donatello responds with "fight with honor, but watch your elbow."
3. Rocksteady calls Raphael a shellback when he tries to attack him with a trombone.
4. When April comes up to Shredder, she introduces herself that she's April O'Neil of Channel 6 News.
5. When Bebop grabs April, she says "Let go of me you big ugly bug ridden half witted creep!"
6. Bebop says "Mama!" as he and Rocksteady get pushed off the train into the river.
7. Shredder calls Bebop a dimbo when he isn't sure that he's supposed to jump onto the train.
8. Michelangelo calls Shredder Shredhead when he sees that he's got Donatello.

Pizza Reference:
After Leonardo smells Hungarian Goulash, Michelangelo thinks that its a new pizza topping. Michelangelo then asks some villagers for some Goulash Pizza and he says that he'll make the dough.

Pop Culture References:
1. Countries and cities during this episode include the Gare de Lyon in Paris, France; Munich, Germany; Vienna, Austria; Budapest, Hungary; Bucharest, Romania; and Istanbul, Turkey. The Autobahn is also included.
2. The title of this episode is in reference to the 1934 detective book by Agatha Christie and the 1974 film based on the novel.
3. As the Turtles board the train in Munich, they are dressed with German Oom-pah band costumes.
4. After Bebop sacks April in a mailbag, Bebop says "The chick is in the mail", in reference to the quote "The check is in the mail" as said by Jack Burton in the 1986 movie Big Trouble in Little China.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Donatello says that in every flick he's seen about the Orient Express, it is full of spy and intrigue.
2. After the Hungarian villagers run off from the Turtles, Michelangelo says that they don't watch too much television.
3. Shredder says "Trust you to have a corny line like that, Splinter" after Splinter says to him that he only engineered his own defeat.
4. Raphael says "Gee, I wish I'd said that" after Michelangelo says "Get along little doggy" to Rocksteady.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Krang's Fusion Supercharger
2. Donatello's Long-Range Magnet
3. Donatello's air-propulsion unit

Kidnappings:
Bebop and Rocksteady sack April and Irma into mailbags and lock them in the rear compartment of the train.

Notable:
Michelangelo uses a standard rope instead of a Grappling Hook in this episode.


Episode 153: April Gets in Dutch
Written by: Misty Taggart

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Jim Cummings: Shredder
Jennifer Darling: Irma Langinstein
Pat Fraley: Krang, Security Guard
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop, Spats' Sidekick
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil, Market Lady
Hal Rayle: Raphael, Spats Sparkle
Unknown Voice Actor: Harbor Worker #1, Harbor Worker #2

Mistakes:
1. A flower cart shows tulips in bloom, which only bloom in the spring which conflicts the beginning of the vacation which happened in July.
2. When Leonardo says "here's your rope!" as he tosses a rope to Rocksteady and Bebop in the canal, his mouth doesn't move.
3. As Shredder, Bebop, and Rocksteady escape the diamond market and are shown running down a hallway, Rocksteady's eyes are white.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Bebop and Rocksteady say "Mama!" after Leonardo lands a rope on them in the canal.
2. Donatello calls Shredder Shredhead while he's standing on the dock in the canal in front of him.
3. Shredder calls Rocksteady and idiot when he doesn't understand to smash the case that the diamond is in.
4. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" as he launches his grappling hook to the jewel thief's boat in order to save April.
5. Krang calls Shredder a boob after the fake diamond explodes.
6. Michelangelo yells Cowabunga when he launches his grappling hook to save April at the cheese factory.
7. Michelangelo refers to Shredder as Shredhead when he jumps onto a windmill.
8. Donatello says "Let's make Turtle Tracks outta here" when he instructs the Turtles to leave the windmill.

Pizza References:
1. Michelangelo presents his brothers a hot fudge with liver and double cheese pizza in the Turtle Van and says that at least we have enough pizza for the trip. Raphael though says that this is last pizza left for the trip, and Leonardo tells Michelangelo that there's more to life than pizza.
2. Michelangelo says that the entire town doesn't have one pizzeria when the Turtles walk by the river near a bridge. Next, Donatello asks Michelangelo what it takes to get his mind off of pizza.
3. After April says that it's going to be a great vacation, Michelangelo complains that there's still no pizza. Irma delivers Michelangelo two pizza boxes and the episode ends with a shot of the Wooden Shoe Pizzeria.

Pop Culture References:
1. Amsterdam is featured in this episode, along with its Diamond Market, harbor, and a cheese factory.
2. The episode title is based upon the 1924 comedy short Alice Gets in Dutch.
3. When Michelangelo asks Donatello "What's the plan, Stan?" in the Turtle Van about rescuing April, that comes from the lyric "Make a new plan, Stan" in the 1975 Paul Simon song "50 Ways to Leave Your Lover".

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Krang says "I'm such an evil genius" after he explains the diamond's powers to Shredder.
2. When Shredder asks Krang if he's failed him before, right after Shredder goes through the portal, Krang says "In almost every episode!"
3. After Leonardo says that Shredder, Bebop, and Rocksteady are not in the net for the hell of it, Donatello tells Leonardo that he made a joke.
4. When Rocksteady asks the Turtles to throw him a line from the canal, Raphael says "Okay, here's one. What did the mayonnaise say to the refrigerator?" Bebop says "no, not that kind of line!"

Wacky Inventions:
1. Spats Sparkle's Speedboat
2. The Laser Dimension Blade
3. Donatello's Cheese Detector

Kidnapping:
Spats and his sidekick grab April and drive off in their motorboat. She is then hung and tied up in a cheese factory.

Notables:
1. Final appearance of Shredder and Krang for the Vacation in Europe.
2. Final episode in which Shredder is voiced by Jim Cummings.
3. Final episode with April in its title.
4. Final appearance of the climatic battle background music.
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Episode 154: Northern Lights Out
Written by: Ted Pedersen and Francis Moss

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Alternative Energy Conference Announcer
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, First Viking, Third Viking, Fourth Viking, Fifth Viking
Jim Cummings: Eric the Red Eye
Pat Fraley: Second Viking
Barry Gordon: Donatello
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil, Viking Villager
Hal Rayle: Raphael, Professor Sven Svenson

Mistakes:
1. When April tells the Turtles that she wants something Scandinavian to eat, Raphael's red bandana is missing.
2. When the Turtle Van makes a left turn around a pier, the rectangular border around the word TURTLES is white instead of green.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. April says "What a story" as Eric the Red Eye runs across the stage at the Alternative Energy Conference.
2. The Turtles say "Turtle Power" as they hang glide toward Eric.
3. Eric refers to his vikings as fools when they don't understand that the Turtles are on the hang gliders.

Pizza References:
1. April reveals that her lunch is pizza, and Michelangelo comes down from the tree to tell her that it was his idea, but April says "Pizza? I want something Scandinavian to eat!" Michelangelo then says that its a Scandinavian pizza with sardines and Luca fish toppings. The Turtles then eat the pizza, but April only takes a bite and puts the rest of the slice in a bag.
2. After the battle, Donatello says that he could go for a slice of pizza right now. April then presents him a slice of sardine and Luca fish pizza, while Donatello rejects it.

Pop Culture References:
1. The title of this episode derives from the Aurora Borealis, or the Northern Lights. Also, Lights Out was the name of a 1930s-40s radio and later TV series.
2. Eric the Red Eye is named after the Viking explorer Erik the Red. He says that he's the son of Thor, the Norse God of Thunder.
3. When the Turtles see a fjord, Raphael thinks that it was a Norwegian automobile, parodying American automaker Ford.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. When Eric questions that Donatello smells like fish, Donatello replies with "Ha ha, very funny."
2. Raphael says that closing cliffs are act ending, literally right at the end of Act One.
3. Raphael says he feels like a character in Saturday matinee cliffhangers as the Turtles hang from a cliff.
4. Michelangelo says if the Viking ship carrying April crashes, the show is going to end early.
5. At the old Viking village, April says that Eric has seen too many Viking movies.
6. As Leonardo speaks to the Viking Villager about the Viking legend, Raphael says "I bet you there was going to be a big fight", and Donatello responds with "We'll have one later".
7. Raphael says "Why do I feel another cliffhanger coming on" right before the sea serpant bites the Viking ship.
8. After Eric says "You can't stop me now Turtle", Donatello says "Villains say that all the time."

Wacky Inventions:
1. Eric's Remote Control Cliff Closing Device
2. The Viking's Thermal Detonator
3. The Solar Hang Gliders
4. Eric's Holographic Hammer Axe and Laser Oar
5. Eric's Frequency Disruptor
6. The mechanical Sea Serpent

Kidnapping:
Eric and his Vikings grab April and leave her hostage aboard their Viking ship.

Notables:
1. The Turtles are seen wearing Viking outfits after they arrive at the old Viking village.
2. Eric compares the dragon robot to a giant shredder.


Episode 155: Elementary, My Dear Turtle
Written by: Dennis O'Flaherty

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Pizza Delivery Guy, Air Gun Cane Goon
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Pat Fraley: Burne Thompson, Dr. Watson, 20th Century/Victorian Night Watchman
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Moriarty's Trooper
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil
Hal Rayle: Raphael, Inspector Lestrade, Professor Moriarty
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick, Sherlock Holmes, Newsreader

Mistakes:
1. Even though the theft of the atomic clock happened at night, it was daytime when the Victorian Watchman entered the observatory.
2. Michelangelo's nunchucks were upside down when Holmes' bust landed near him on the ground.
3. When Dr. Watson took cover, Holmes' bust was missing from the window.
4. When Donatello drew his bo to battle Holmes, instead of showing the stairs that led to the observatory, it instead showed the background of the Turtles exiting the sewers into Moriarty's alternate 1991.
5. Raphael was colored like Leonardo when he found the secret entrance to Moriarty's hideout.
6. Leonardo was colored like Raphael when the Turtles entered the science museum.
7. When first dueling Moriarty with his katana, Leonardo was colored like Raphael.
8. When Donatello picks up the pizza boxes when the delivery guy comes to the London sewers, there are six pizza boxes, but when he puts in on a crate, there are only five.
9. At various points in this episode, the Turtles' eyelids match the colors of their bandanas instead of being green. For example, Michelangelo's eyelids are orange instead of green when Splinter says "Remember" while he holds a slice of pizza. Also, Donatello's eyelids are purple right after the whirlwind from the clock takes the Turtles to the 19th century.
10. When the Turtles see the punks attack Oxford, Donatello says "Down that alleyway" in Leonardo's voice.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" as he launches from a catapult.
2. Professor Moriarty's assistant refers to the Turtles as fools after he finds out that they interfered with his equipment in the observatory.
3. Dr. Watson calls Leonardo a nitwit after Leonardo forgets to use "Mr." in front of Sherlock Holmes.
4. The alternate Burne tells the Turtles to let April go, go, go.

Pizza References:
1. A pizza delivery guy delivers Donatello about six pizzas in the London sewers, but April decides to pass them up for an interview. As the Turtles start eating their pizzas, Splinter arrives.
2. Michelangelo says "No more fish and chips pizza for me" right after the Turtles get sent back to the 19th century.
3. After April presents Michelangelo with an apple in a cave right below the science museum, Michelangelo says that pizza would be better.

Pop Culture References:
1. The Greenwich Observatory, 221B Baker Street, Scotland Yard, and the Imperial Science Museum are the London attractions featured and/or mentioned in this episode.
2. The night watchman mentions the famous siege of Devin Castle. There is an actual Devin Castle located in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia.
3. The Duke of Earl hotel is named after the 1962 #1 song by Gene Chandler.
4. Michelangelo says that Lestrade was in "Sherlock Holmes and the Spider-woman", in which the last part of the title is in reference to Spider-Man.
5. At the end of the episode after the Turtles exit the London sewer, Splinter says that perhaps the Turtles had too much time on their hands, in reference to the 1980 Styx song "Too Much Time on my Hands".

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Raphael says "See you at the end of the show" after April leaves for an interview.
2. Michelangelo says to watch some modern history on the television in the form of cartoons, which is really just an in-universe news report contained within a cartoon.
3. Donatello tells Raphael that all these villains have secret entrances to their hideouts as the Turtles walk underground in Oxford, and its because its in their contracts.
4. As Moriarty's Troopers go after the Turtles, Donatello says to the camera "Don't worry, we won't say have a nice trip."
5. After Raphael asks "Is this going to be a flashback?", Donatello says "No, just a dissolve" as the camera dissolves to the Turtles in the secret cave with April, Vernon, and Burne.
6. Raphael says "Don't you just love the way he says those lines?" when referring to Leonardo when he says "Cause I have right on my side!"

Wacky Inventions:
1. Moriarty's Air Gun Cane
2. Greenwich Observatory's Laser Beam Alarm System
3. The time traveling atomic clock
4. Moriarty's Time Machine

Kidnappings:
None in this episode.

Notables:
1. Final Vacation in Europe episode.
2. Final appearance of the title card, first introduction sequence, split-screen closing credit sequence, and Westinghouse Broadcasting International logo.
3. Final episode in which Hal Rayle voices Raphael.
4. Final appearance of Michelangelo's nunchucks.
5. The trains used to travel to Oxford are from the Orient Express. It also marks the only time in the series in which all four Turtles are wearing eyeglasses.
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Episode 156: Night of the Dark Turtle
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
James Avery: Shredder
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Security Guard
Pat Fraley: Krang
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop, Green Triceraton
Jess Harnell: Captain Zorax, Wolf Jaxon
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Wolf Jackson's Goon
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Wallet Thief

Mistake:
The "H" on the copy of the Midknight Avenger comic book was missing when Donatello picked it up.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Shredder calls Bebop and Rocksteady idiots when they break his Micro-Blaster. When he speaks to Krang on his Com-link about their actions, he refers to his mutants as boneheads.
2. Shredder calls Donatello a fool while he battles with him at the government research lab.
3. Shredder says that thanks to those meddling Turtles, the security has been beefed up at the research lab.
4. Michelangelo says "Cowabung..." until as he hits a red Triceraton he is tossed back.
5. Dark Donatello calls Shredder an accursed enemy has he drops him. Leonardo then calls him Shredhead.

Pizza References:
1. Raphael thinks that Donatello uses his brain to invent electric pepperoni slicers.
2. After hypnotized Donatello leaves the living room, Michelangelo says that the cheese has slipped off the amigo's pizza.
3. At the end of the episode, Donatello says that he's looking for his electric cheese shredder because he is dying for pizza.

Pop Culture References:
1. When Donatello wears his suit, he looked a lot like Batman.
2. The Midknight Avenger comic book is in reference to Marvel's Avengers franchise.
3. The title of this episode is in reference to the 1971 horror film Night of the Dark Shadows.
4. During the final battle, Donatello calls Shredder a Vermin, who is also a supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Bebop says if he and Rocksteady hang around tied up, they won't know how the rest of the story will turn out.
2. Michelangelo describes Stargate from the laser Generator as heavy duty special effects.
3. Michelangelo says that there's a whole 'nother act to go right as the second commercial break begins.

Wacky Inventions:
1. The Triceratons' Star Cruisers
2. Shredder's Micro-Blaster
3. The Natural History Museum's robotic dinosaurs
4. Dark Donatello's Turtle Smoke Bomb
5. The Triceratons' Stargate Generator
6. Dark Donatello's Power Rope
7. Dark Donatello's Laser Eyes
8. The Triceratons' Laser Prison Generator

Kidnappings:
1. Shredder and Wolf Jackson tie up three of the research lab's guards on the street.
2. Donatello ties up Bebop and Rocksteady to a stoplight and hooks them to a fire hydrant.
3. The Tricertatons fire their Laser Prison Generator and kidnap a bunch of humans behind a pink laser cage.

Notables:
1. Only appearance of the Triceratons in the series. Unlike in the Mirage Comics and the 2003 4kids series in which they are known as the Triceraton Republic, they are known as the Triceraton Empire.
2. In 1993, Super Don, an action figure that resembles Dark Turtle was produced by Playmates.
3. The return to CBS brings back the second "inside the sewers" introduction sequence, the elevator shaft closing credits with slightly shortened theme and musical stinger over the Fred Wolf Films logo, and the removal of the title card for the rest of the series. It also returns the Turtles to New York, the Technodrome under the ocean and the return of Rob Paulsen and James Avery voicing.
4. Some new background music and sound effects, including some that carry over into the Red Sky seasons, are introduced.
5. Donatello's Sewer Intruder alert System returns as his Early Warning Alarm System.
6. When Dark Donatello launches his hook to a flagpole, the US flag only contains 48 stars instead of 50 as it has since 1960.
7. Final mention of the Natural History Museum.
8. Casey Jones is mentioned by Raphael but does not appear in this episode.
9. Splinter's voice begins to take a more mellower tone this season.


Episode 157: The Starchild
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Drako, Radio Voice #1
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Adult Quarx
Elizabeth Daily: Quarx
Barry Gordon: Donatello
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Radio Voice #2
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick, Marrick
Unknown Voice Actor: Drako's Alien, Police Officer

Mistake:
When Donatello says "huddle time!" in which there is a shot of April and Vernon next to the Channel 6 News van, a section of the red border around the "6" is white instead of red.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Drako refers to the Turtles as fools after Leonardo asks him why he was picking on Quarx.
2. April says "What a story!" when she sees Drako's Space Fleet arrive near the Channel 6 building. She also says "What a story!" as Leonardo attacks Drako.
3. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga!" as he swings his grappling hook to attack Drako's clan.
4. Drako refers to the Turtles as fools when he tells them that if they don't find the Starchild, Earth will be obliterated.
5. Drako says that those fools, referring to the Turtles, will never be able to capture the Starchild after they drive off from the plaza in front of Channel 6.

Pizza References:
None in this episode.

Pop Culture References:
1. Starchild was a Canadian progressive rock band, a song by synthpop band Level 42, and a Teena Marie album from 1984. However, the title of this episode may be in reference to the Starchild skull, a 900-year old skull that some believe is extraterrestrial in origin.
2. Quarx may have been named for Quark from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. However, Quarx itself seems to be a nod to ET.
3. After Drako blasts off for the first time, Donatello refers to him as an Intergalactic Storm Trooper from Star Wars.
4. Drako tells Marrick that he and his fleet will capture Quarx one way or another. "One Way or Another" is a 1979 New Wave song by Blondie.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Raphael says to the Police Officer that he doesn't watch much TV. This is due to the long run of the series at the time in which the policeman doesn't understand about the TMNT.
2. After a cement truck drops on Raphael, he says that if he gets trashed one more time, he's quitting the show.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Drako's Ship and his Fleet
2. Drako's Tracking Device
3. Quarx's Teleconnectic Powers
4. Quarx's Spacecraft
5. Drako's Saucer Robots
6. Drako's Hypnotic Device

Kidnappings:
None in this episode.

Notables:
1. Final appearance of the City Dump.
2. Bugman is mentioned by Leonardo when he tells Splinter about Michelangelo's Bugman toys.
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Episode 158: The Legend of Koji
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
James Avery: Shredder
Cam Clarke: Leonardo
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Koro
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Japanese Guardsman
Renae Jacobs: Female Warrior
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Oroku Sancho
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Hamato Koji, Head Samurai

Mistakes:
1. Shredder's ancestor goes by the name Oroku Sancho, which would make Oroku Shredder's last name, but in "My Brother, the Bad Guy", Shredder's brother is called Kazuo Saki, and in "Shredder's Mom", she refers to Shredder as Oroku, implying that Oroku is Shredder's first name and Saki is his last name.
2. As Shredder steals Sancho's battle armor, he's wearing silver boots.
3. Just before Donatello activates the time portal, Shredder goes from wearing Oroku Sancho's battle armor to wearing his standard metal costume in between shots.
4. Koji's swords are missing from his back in many shots during the battle with the female warriors.
5. When Koji bulled the Nojima Blade out of the shrine, it did not have a sheath, but it did have one when he ran to the village to face the dragon.
6. When Splinter gives the Turtles disguises right before they pass through the time portal, his two golden kimono patches are missing.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Shredder says that he wants to destroy those accursed Turtles once he passes through the time portal.
2. Shredder describes the Japanese guards as ignorant fools as he fires his laser pistol at them.
3. Shredder throws a spiked bomb at three Japanese guards and refers to them as cretins.
4. Shredder calls Oroku Sancho a fool after he says that he'll find his items for himself inside the palace.
5. As the Turtles approach the time portal, Raphael says Shredhead.
6. Michelangelo says "Holy Guacamole" after Splinter says that unless if the past is fixed, the TMNT would forever remain ordinary turtles.
7. Shredder refers to the Samurai as fools as they run away from the Turtles.
8. Shredder calls the Turtles wretched reptiles as he climbs onto the saddle and presents him the Time Machine Remote Control.
9. Koro calls the Turtles little fools when he sees that they don't want to fight.
10. Shredder tells his clan to destroy the Turtles right as the final battle starts.
11. Shredder calls Oroku Sancho an idiot after he calls him an imposter.
12. Shredder calls the Turtles miserable Turtles after he returns to the present.

Pizza Reference:
At the end of the episode, Michelangelo delivers a pepperoni pizza telling the Turtles that it didn't exist back then.

Pop Culture References:
1. Some of the portraits inside the museum of Fine Arts are paintings by Harmenszoon van Rijn Rembrandt.
2. After the Turtles remove their cloaks, the Head Samurai calls them Tengus. Tengu are supernatural creatures found in Japanese culture. The name Tengu would be reused in the 2003 4kids cartoon, notably as one form of The Shredder.
3. The Sama in the name of the Shibano Sama shrine is used as a Japanese honorific suffix.
4. In Japan Koji may refer to two eras, one during the Heian period from 1142-1144 and another during the Muromachi period from 1555-1558.
5. Koro is named after a Japanese incense burner.
6. Michelangelo describes the dragon as Godzilla's great granddad.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Michelangelo said that Koji got help from the special effects dudes.
2. Donatello thinks that Leonardo's duck maneuver during the final battle only works in the movies.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Shredder's Time Portal
2. Shredder's Time Machine Remote Control
3. Shredder's Anti-Gravity Ray

Kidnapping:
Oroku Sancho gets kidnapped by Shredder and is found tied up in his palace.

Notables:
1. First episode without April O'Neil.
2. This is the only episode in which Shredder appears but there is no Krang, Bebop, or Rocksteady.
3. There was no reason why Splinter wandered off from the Turtles and Koji's fight with Koro.
4. Shredder is seen wearing an ancient Japanese outfit.


Episode 159: Convicts From Dimension X
Written by: Jack Mendelsohn

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Second Dremga Brother
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo
Jim Cummings: First Dregma Brother
Jennifer Darling: Irma Langinstein
Pat Fraley: Burne Thompson, Skaarg, Hungry Dimension X Alien
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Dementor, First Dimension X Prison Guard, Third Dimension X Prison Guard, Exercise Prison Guard
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael
Peter Renaday: Vernon Fenwick, Second Dimension X Prison Guard

Mistakes:
1. After April runs for the news van, Leonardo, back at the rock pile, speaks in Raphael's voice.
2. Leonardo is colored like Raphael when he asks what's wrong with Donatello's Early Warning System.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. The Turtles say "Turtle Power" as they draw their weapons when they see Skaarg and Dementor.
2. Leonardo says "Turtles Fight With Honor" after Skaarg and Dementor invade the Lair.

Pizza References:
1. While Michelangelo is watching a movie right before Donatello's Early Warning System goes off, he is holding a slice of pizza.
2. When the Turtles get back to Donatello's lab, Michelangelo says that the dude tosses a taxi like Vinnie tosses a pizza.

Pop Culture References:
1. After Skaarg and Dementor leave the sewers, Skaarg says "If we can make it here, we can make it anywhere" referring to the lyrics from the Frank Sinatra song "New York, New York".
2. When the Turtles and April see Skaarg and Dementor return in their attack vehicle, Raphael refers to them as the Gruesome Twosome, a 1945 Merrie Melodies cartoon and a 1967 film directed by Herschell Gordon Lewis.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Given this was made in 1993, when Dementor says "What primitive electronic equipment these creatures are still using", it is hilarious in today's viewpoint as it refers to some cathode ray televisions and some VCRs.
2. During the first fight with Skaarg and Dementor, Raphael says "Funny. When you need a taxi there's never one around."
3. Raphael says that he's a sucker for Leonardo's "Turtles Fight With Honor" battle cry after he says it in the Lair.
4. After Burne disappears on the screen in April's news van, April turns toward the camera and says "And people think he's hard-hearted."

Wacky Inventions:
1. Skaarg and Dementor's Flying Tank
2. Donatello's Life Force Scanalyzer
3. Donatello's Intruder Beam
4. Skaarg and Dementor's Levitating Ray Gun

Kidnappings:
1. Skaarg and Dementor are electrically tied up by Dimension X prison guards and are locked behind electron particle bars.
2. After Donatello accidentally allows his portable portal to open, Skaarg and Dementor escape to Earth and Vernon and Irma walk through a portal to find themselves trapped behind the same prison cell.
3. Skaarg and Dementor imprison the Turtles in a forcefield in their Lair.

Notables:
1. First Dimension X themed episode without Krang.
2. First appearance of Dimension X since April Gets in Dutch, although based on the series' rough continuity, it is the first appearance since My Brother, the Bad Guy.
3. Although the Technodrome is not shown in this episode, the Technodrome background music plays four times in this episode.
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Episode 160: White Belt, Black Heart
Written by: Jack Mendelsohn and Carole Mendelsohn

Voice Cast:
James Avery: Shredder
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady, Purple Black Heart Ninja
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Jewelry Guard #2, Green Black Heart Ninja
Pat Fraley: Krang, Burne Thompson, Master Mogo-San, Jewelry Guard #1
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop
Renae Jacobs: April O'Neil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick, Mr. Crocker, Jewelry Guard #3, Cop
Brian Tochi: Yoku
Unknown Voice Actor: Yellow Black Heart Ninja, Blue Black Heart Ninja

Mistakes:
1. Krang's Android hands are flesh-colored instead of red when he first appears.
2. Krang's Android hands are flesh-colored when Rocksteady delivers him a Com-Link.
3. Raphael is colored like Leonardo when April comes up to the Turtles in front of the Chinese restaurant after exiting the News Van.
4. When Splinter grabs the heirloom from Mogo-San, his right kimono patch is missing.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Shredder refers to Bebop and Rocksteady as baboons when he tells them that they didn't take a bath.
2. Krang calls Rocksteady a cretinist klutz when he snags the Com-Link from Rocksteady.
3. Raphael calls Shredder Tin Grin when the Turtles find him with Yoku.
4. Shredder refers to the Turtles as meddlesome reptiles after he unleashes some peas on them.
5. Leonardo says "Turtles Fight With Honor", Donatello says "Go Green Machine", and Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" as the Turtles jump through a hole to fight the Black Heart Gang.
6. Mr. Crocker refers to the Turtles as the meddlesome Turtles as he enters the government building during the battle with the Black Heart Gang.
7. Krang calls Shredder an imbecile after his plans fail and is stranded in the Gobi Desert.
8. Krang calls Bebop and Rocksteady imbecilic bugbrain idiots after they cover him with paint.

Pizza Reference:
The pizza billboard next to the Channel 6 building is visible.

Pop Culture References:
1. The title of this episode is in reference to the 1990 film White Hunter Black Heart starring Clint Eastwood.
2. Mogo-San may have been named for the DC Universe character Mogo from Green Lantern.
3. Michelangelo calls Yoku Yogi as in Yogi Bear when he tells him to come with the Turtles at the restaurant.
4. Michelangelo says "Our Turtle Lips Are Sealed", in reference to the 1981 Go-Go's song "Our Lips Our Sealed" after refusing to tell April about Yoku.
5. When Shredder tells Krang about why he doesn't have hands on the Com-Link, he says "All things come to he who waits", a phrase originated by French poet Violet Fane in her poem Tout vient qui sait attendre.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
None in this episode.

Wacky Inventions:
1. The Turtle Van's Hydraulic Lifts
2. Shredder's Paralyzer Ray

Kidnappings:
1. The Black Heart Gang tie up the three guards at the jewelry warehouse.
2. The Black Heart Gang force April to drive to a top secret government building where she is tied up by them and Shredder.
3. Mr. Crocker and the Black Heart Gang are tied up after they lose in battle to the Turtles.

Notables:
1. Final episode in which Shredder is voiced by James Avery.
2. Dimension X is mentioned in this episode.


Episode 161: Night of the Rogues
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Shredder, Rat King, City Crime Commissioner, Ye Old Pizza Shoppe Spokeperson
Jennifer Darling: Irma Langinstein
Pat Fraley: Krang, Burne Thompson, Casey Jones, Slash, Chrome Dome, Antrax
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop, Scumbug
Gaille Heideman: Tempestra
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Zach
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick, Leatherhead

Mistakes:
1. The "6" on April's microphone is rotated 90 degrees counterclockwise from upright when the commissioner says that he's been aggressive on the war of crime and corruption.
2. Donatello and Leonardo switch places when Donatello opens up his Turtlecom to listen to April. Also, the Turtlecom lacks the two circular red buttons towards the bottom left, and is colored gray in the shot of the living room with all four Turtles and Splinter.
3. Krang's cornea is white instead of purple when he tells the Foot Soldiers to start excavating immediately.
4. Leonardo's belt initial has Season 2's colors in the first shot of him at April's Channel 6 office.
5. When Leonardo answers his Turtlecom when April tells him that Tempestra, Scumbug, and Leatherhead is invading Channel 6, all three oval buttons right below the Turtlecom's screen are white instead of red, green, and white.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Shredder refers to Raphael and Donatello as wretched reptiles when he sees them on the street near the City Hall of Records.
2. Shredder calls Rocksteady and Bebop morons after they cover him in sludge.
3. After Shredder returns to the Technodrome, he refers to the Turtles as "miserable Turtles". After Krang speaks, Shredder then calls the Turtles "accursed shellbacks".
4. Next, Shredder calls Rocksteady and Bebop morons and drops them down a hatch in the Technodrome. He closes the hatch calling them bumbling idiots.
5. After Shredder returns from Dimension X, he talks to Krang about replacing his pinheads Rocksteady and Bebop.
6. Michelangelo says "Cowabun" until Tempestra knocks him and Leonardo down.
7. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga!" as the Turtles jump down a waterfall in the sewers.

Pizza References:
1. The pizza billboard next to the Channel 6 building is visible twice in this episode.
2. As Slash and the Rat King walk past the T.V. Vision store, Slash says that he smells pizza and that the Turtles love pizza.
3. Ye Olde Pizza is the oldest pizza shop built in the city. April tells the Turtles on the Turtlecom that Slash and Rat King are attacking this pizza parlor downtown.
4. Michelangelo describes pizzeria snatching as the foulest crime of all when he sees the Rat King and Slash lift Ye Olde Pizza, and tells them to put down that pizza parlor. Right before he is grabbed by Slash and the Rat King, he says that he'll pass on the pizza.

Pop Culture Reference:
When Splinter says in front of the Channel 6 building that his sixth sense thinks that the Turtles are in trouble, this refers to extrasensory perception (ESP), often called the sixth sense.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Down in a pit in the Technodrome, Bebop says that we may be stuck there for at least the rest of this episode.
2. Raphael asks Shredder if he's leaving the show after Shredder says to the Turtles that they've humiliated him for the last time.
3. Michelangelo says that the bad guys always get away at the end.
4. At the end of the episode, Michelangelo says that any resemblance between Vernon and a real human being is purely coincidental.

Wacky Inventions:
1. The Porta-Tracker
2. Scumbug's Scumgun
3. Scumbug's Laser Net
4. Chrome Dome's Disintegrator
5. Krang's Tractor Beam

Kidnappings:
1. Leatherhead cuffs up Vernon around his waist near the Channel 6 News studio and is dragged off by him.
2. Chrome Dome grabs and captures Leonardo by the stock exchange.
3. Slash and the Rat King grab and kidnap Michelangelo after they destroy Ye Olde Pizza on top of him.
4. Scumbug throws his Laser Net to kidnap Donatello and Raphael in the Channel 6 building, and Leatherhead carries them away. The Turtles are then taken to the Bug Zapper Building where they are locked out and tied up with in electric ropes.

Notables:
1. First episode in which Shredder is voiced by Townsend Coleman.
2. Dimension X briefly appears in this episode.
2. Final appearances of Zach, Tempestra, Leatherhead, Chrome Dome, and Slash.
3. Final appearance of the original Transport Modules.
4. Antrax and Scumbug's origins of their mutations were never explained.
5. Leatherhead for this episode is voiced by Peter Renaday instead of Jim Cummings. Tempestra is voiced by Jennifer Darling instead of Tress MacNeille.
6. Krang is in his bubble walker in this episode.
7. Final appearance of the T.V. Vision store.
8. Final appearance of the Rat King's flute.
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Episode 162: Attack of the Neutrinos
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Shredder, Doctor Floyd O'Toole
Jennifer Darling: Irma Langinstein
Pat Fraley: Krang, Zak
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop
Renae Jacobs: April O'Neil
Tress MacNeille: Kala
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Mole Squad Leader, First Mole Squad Member
Thom Pinto: Dask
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick, General Traag

Mistakes:
1. After Kala blasts a hole through the Technodrome's wall, Shredder's boots are grey.
2. Shortly before the Technodrome crashes underwater, Krang's Android hands match the color of its flesh.
3. Krang's Android's shoulder pads are red instead of flesh colored in the shot of him and Shredder watching Dr. O'Toole on the TV.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Shredder complains to Traag why they brought the Neutrinos after they pass through the portal because they are friends of those wretched reptiles.
2. After the Neutrinos are neuralized, Krang tells them to take care of those rotten Turtles.
3. Raphael refers to Bebop and Rocksteady as idiots after they are tied up.
4. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" as the Turtles and Vernon slide down his grappling hook from the Technodrome to April's News Copter.

Pizza Reference:
The pizza billboard next to the Channel 6 building is visible three times in this episode.

Pop Culture References:
1. When the Neutrinos sign off from Donatello's Transdimensional Communicator, Kala says "We'll catch you later alligators" in reference to the 1956 Bill Haley & The Comets song "See You Later Alligator".
2. In the city park, Dask inside one of the Starcruisers say to Zak "Let's nail those fingerpoppin' squares", in reference to the 1960 Hank Ballard and the Midnighters song "Finger Poppin' Time".

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Raphael says to Donatello that all of his inventions blow up after he tells Splinter than not all inventions are dangerous.
2. Bebop says that he loves being a bad guy as he and Rocksteady tie up April.
3. As Donatello can't figure out how to make the Sonic Pulverizer work, Raphael says "Why do these things always happen right before the commercial?", at the end of Act Two.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Shredder and Krang's Amphibious Module
2. Dr. O'Toole's Sonic Pulverizer
3. Dr. O'Toole's Hover Thruster
4. Donatello's Transdimensional Communicator
5. Krang's Neuralizer

Kidnappings:
1. Traag kidnapped the Neutrinos in Dimension X and brought them to the Technodrome, tied up by being surrounded by electricity.
2. Rocksteady and Bebop tie up April to a chair in Channel 6's control room after Vernon gives Shredder Dr. O'Toole's tape. They later tie up two more Channel 6 employees.
3. After April is kidnapped, Shredder and his mutants kidnap Vernon and take him to the Technodrome.
4. Raphael and Michealngelo tie up Bebop and Rocksteady to chairs in the Technodrome.

Notables:
1. Final appearance of the Neutrinos and their Starcruisers.
2. First appearance of Shredder and Krang's Amphinious Modules, which can travel quicker than the original Transport Modules. They won't be used until "Revenge of the Fly".
3. Final appearance of Vernon inside the Technodrome.
4. First time that the Technodrome returns to the city since The Big Blow Out. Also, the first time in which the Technodrome moves since Rock Around the Block. This is also the only second time in which the Technodrome significantly moves mid-season, the other occasion being during Season 1.


Episode 163: Escape From the Planet of the Turtleoids
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady, Scientist in Sci-Fi movie, Invasion of the Space Turtles Narrator
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Shredder, Groundchuck, First Hunter Drone, Bob Collins
Jennifer Darling: Irma Langinstein
Pat Fraley: Krang, Burne Thompson, Dirtbag
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop
Renae Jacobs: April O’Neil, Woman in Sci-Fi movie
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, Space Turtle
Jan Rabson: Kerma
Peter Renaday: Vernon Fenwick, Second Hunter Drone
Unknown Voice Actor: Captain Dredd

Mistakes:
1. Raphael's belt intial has its season 2 colors after Captain Dredd kidnapps Kerma.
2. Krang was yellow in the close-up shop of him in his bubble walker after Shredder's sword broke.
3. When Captain Dredd broke Leonardo's katana with his energy blade, it didn't make a sound. Also, during his battle with Dredd, the one katana on his belt disappeared after his other broke.
4. When Raphael mentions when Dirtbag and Groundchuck destroyed Shell-Ri-La's force dome, he doesn't describe Dirtbag's part in it.
5. After Captain Dredd's first ship arrived at Shell-Ri La, the ship was again seen behind the Turtles as he ran towards them.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Krang refers to Bebop and Rocksteady as meatheads when he says that he's working on a plan to repower the place.
2. Shredder tells Krang what would happen if those accursed turtles would stop them after Krang explains his solar collector plan.
3. Burne tells Vernon to "go go go" to interview the Hunter Dromes.
4. Michelangelo says "Holy guacamole" when the Turtle Robots retreat from the Turtles.
5. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" as he attacks Groundchuck right after Kerma grabs him.
6. Raphael calls a Turtle Robot an idiot after he grabs him.
7. Michelangelo says "Maximum Turtle Power!" after Kurma shuts down the Turtle Robots.
8. Shredder calls Krang a fool after he discovers that the Turtles weren't destroyed.

Pizza References:
1. On the screen that shows a shot of the rear of a Turtle where the Hunter Dromes say "Turtle assimilated", a pizza is shown on the lower left.
2. The pizza billboard next to the Channel 6 building is visible.

Pop Culture References:
1. Donatello explaining Kerma's spaceship describes that a warp drive creates a flux in the space-time continuum, a reference to Back to the Future.
2. When the Turtles see the robot clones in Shell-Ri-La, Raphael references Charles Caleb Colton's "Imitation is the sicerest form of flattery".
3. When Raphael says "Throwing the bull" as Dirtbag falls into the ground, that is in reference to the 1946 cartoon starring Mighty Mouse.
4. Raphael yells "Toro!" during his battle with Groundchuck, in reference to the phrase used in bullfighting.
5. After the Turtles return to the lair, Michelangelo says that he wants to watch "Invasion of the Space Turtles", in reference to the 1990 movie Invasion of the Space Preachers.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. After a Turtle Robot grabs Raphael, he says "We're the good guys!"
2. Michelangelo says "It's the end" as the episode ends.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Captain Dredd's Ship
2. Brute Force Ship and Robots
3. Shredder's Super Sword
4. Krang's Hunter Drones
5. Kerma's Turtle Robots and remote control

Kidnapping:
Captain Dredd grabs Kerma and flies away with Dirtbag and Groundchuck in his ship, and his tied up in a chair.

Notables:
1. Final appearance of Kerma, his Rocket Ship, and Shell-Ri-La.
2. Final appearances of Dirtbag and Groundchuck.
3. The 30-second version of the second opening sequence is used for the first time since Leonardo Versus Tempestra. It is also the only time in which it is used during a Shredder episode.
4. Krang appearas in his bubble walker in this episode.
5. Vernon's birthday occurs in this episode.
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Episode 164: Revenge of the Fly
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Shredder, Genetic Research Lab Professor
Jennifer Darling: Irma Langinstein
Pat Fraley: Krang, Burne Thompson, Baxter Stockman
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop
Renae Jacobs: April O'Neil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael
Peter Renaday: Vernon Fenwick, Fire Chief
Unknown Voice Actor: Z

Mistakes:
1. Baxter's intension is to turn people into insects. However, he turns some people into scorpions, spiders, and centipedes, which are not insects, but commonly mistaken for bugs. The Genetic Research Lab Professor makes the same misinterpretation.
2. The stallholder which mutated into a scorpon was mutating a second time next to the Ring Toss stall.
3. The Amphibious Module has only two treads in the middle of its underside when it draws up with Baxter next to the Genetic Research Lab.
4. Donatello was colored like Raphael when Leonardo took out is katana to destroy the Retromutagen Ray.
5. When Rocksteady and Bebop set up an explosive inside the Technodrome, Shredder's boots were grey.
6. The middle button on Leonardo's Turtlecom right below the screen is yellow instead of green in the shot of April behind a burning building.
7. When Donatello tells the Turtles that they have to shut down the main computer as they are running in the technodrome, their belt initials are colored like they were in Season 2.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Shredder says that he could destroys those accursed Turtles once and for all as he pulls out his Retromutagen Ray.
2. Burne tells April to "Go go go" to the genetic research lab where Baxter stole the formula.
3. Raphael says to spider Vernon "Don't be an idiot".
4. Shredder calls Bebop and Rocksteady fools as they attempt to open a locked door using an apparatus that includes parts of Krang's Bubble Walker.
5. Michelangelo says Cowabunga as he launches his grappling hook for the Turtles to escape back to the Technodrome just before they are stranded with Baxter.

Pizza Reference:
The pizza billboard next to the Channel 6 building is visible.

Pop Culture References:
1. The episode title is in reference to the 1984 movie Revenge of the Nerds.
2. Raphael says to the Fire Chief that he should make an infomercial about the Super Slusher 2000.
3. Michelangelo refers to the mutated man at the cotton candy stand as a creepy crawlyzoid, in reference to Creepy Crawlers, a toy made by Mattel starting in 1964 as well as a cartoon series.
4. When the Power Cell explodes, Shredder tells Krang that he nearly blew them all to Kingdom Come, which is the title of a novel by J.G. Ballard, Melvyn Bragg, as well as a 1919 Western film starring Hoot Gibson.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. After Michelangelo takes down Baxter from a spider web, Raphael tells Vernon "that not how we get rid of villains on this show."
2. At the end of the episode after Vernon runs off because he feels hungry, Raphael looks at the camera and says "No comment".

Wacky Inventions:
1. Super Slusher 2000
2. The Neutrolium Crystal
3. Baxter's portable computer
4. The Power Cell

Kidnappings:
1. Bee Burne covers Leonardo in honey and Moth Irma wraps up Michelangelo like a cocoon in front of the Channel 6 reception desk.
2. The Turtles tie up Baxter after Michelangelo knocks him down from a spider web in front of the Channel 6 building.

Notables:
1. Final appearance of Baxter Stockman and Z the Alien Computer.
2. Final appearance of the Retromutagen Ray Gun. Plus, Leonardo had the chance to restore Splinter back to Hamato Yoshi since the Mutagen Ray can restore anybody back to their human form, but he destroys it.
3. Krang appears in his bubble walker in this episode.
4. Final appearance of the "Security Services Theme" and "Baxter Stockman's Theme" background musics.
5. This is the only episode in which Irma, Vernon, and Burne are mutated and the third and final time in which April is mutated.


Episode 165: Atlantis Awakes
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady, Aleem Sealicant/Merdude
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Shredder
Jeannie Elias: Hepax Lagamina
Pat Fraley: Krang
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop
Rob Paulsen: Raphael
Peter Renaday: Malathar, Atlantean Guard

Mistakes:
1. Rocksteady is in two places at the same time: fighting Leonardo and Michelangelo in the dungeon, and with Shredder stealing the large jewel.
2. The Technodrome's eyelid is white instead of gray as it moves across the ocean.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Michelangelo says "Cowabunga" as he goes surfing in the sewers.
2. Michelangelo says "Holy guacamole" when he says Aleem is like a Merdude.
3. Michelangelo says Cowabunga as the Turtles to begin to ride on Merdude's fish and ray as they approach Atlantis.
4. Shredder calls Rocksteady a fool after he thinks that Malathar is much stranger than he is.
5. Shredder calls Rocksteady a fool after he complains to him why Bebop is king and he isn't.
5. Bebop calls Shredder Shredhead after he tells him that he's the boss, right before Shredder gets mad and contacts Krang on his Com-link.
6. Raphael calls Shredder Shredhead when he and Donatello try to stop him from grabbing the Focusing Crystal.
7. Shredder calls Bebop a sniveling swine as he bows in front of Shredder next to the Amphibious Module.

Pizza References:
1. Leonardo asks Michelangelo "Are you sure you haven't had one too many pizzas" right before Merdude pops out of the water in front of the Turtles.
2. Michelangelo delivers a Merdude Special pizza topped with seaweed, kelp, and cabelta fish. Raphael says that he'll have nightmares about this pizza for the rest of his life.

Pop Culture References:
1. The title of this episode is in reference to Atlantis Attacks, a comic book crossover published by Marvel in 1989.
2. Donatello tells the Turtles that Plato discovered the sinking of Atlantis in the 4th century BC.
3. Raphael says that Bebop as king couldn't even pass for a court jester, a person that usually tells jokes to a European figure of authority. It is also the title of a 1955 Danny Kaye film.
4. As the Turtles ride on the dolphins to search for The Star of Atlantis, Michelangelo references the cowboy ballad "Git Along, Little Dogies".

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
Bebop says "I love that one" after he tells the guards to clap the Turtles in irons.

Wacky Inventions:
1. The Sewer Raft
2. The Focusing Crystal
3. The Trident of Power
4. The Hammer of Atlantis defense system

Kidnappings:
1. Two Atlantean Guards kidnap Hepax and take her away after Bebop becomes king. She is later seen in a prison cell behind bars.
2. As Michelangelo and Leonardo free Hepax, they lock up Rocksteady in an adjacent cell.

Notables:
1. April O'Neil is not in this episode. It is also the first episode in which Renae Jacobs does not voice any character.
2. At three episodes, this is the longest streak in which Splinter does not appear up to this point.
3. The 30-second opening sequence is used for the final time.
4. Final appearance of a Sewer Tube.
5. Krang is in his bubble walker in this episode.
6. Bebop calls Merdude fishface, a character in the 2012 Nickelodeon series right as Merdude picks up his Seasshell Shield in the Atlantis Arena.
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Episode 166: Dirk Savage: Mutant Hunter
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Channel 6 Voiceover
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Dirk Savage, Rahzar
Jim Cummings: Genghis Frog
Jennifer Darling: Irma Langinstein
Pat Fraley: Burne Thompson, Napoleon Bonafrog
Barry Gordon: Donatello
Renae Jacobs: April O'Neil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael, A.J. Howard, Tokka
Peter Renaday: Splinter, Vernon Fenwick
Unknown Voice Actor: Mondo Gecko

Mistakes:
1. Donatello and Raphael's belt ties are gray instead of brown while they watch Vernon's report in April's office.
2. The telephone keypad in which Donatello uses to call incorrectly has the letters "ABC" over the digit "1". This results in the following configuration: 2: DEF, 3: GHI, 4: JHL (with the K incorrectly drawn as an "H"), 5: MNO, 6: PQR, 7: STU, 8: VWX, and 9:YZ.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. Donatello calls A.J. Howard and Dirk Savage idiots after watching their Channel 6 appearance.
2. Dirk refers to the Turtles as mutant scum as he runs into the Turtles in the sewers after Michelangelo is captured by the magnet.
3. Leonardo says "We've got to do something" after he sees that Mondo Gecko has been captured.

Pizza References:
1. The pizza billboard next to the Channel 6 building is visible three times in this episode.
2. Michelangelo says "wake up and smell the pizza" dude to Leonardo shortly after they see that Mondo Gecko has been captured.
3. Genghis Frog offers the Turtles a nice jumbo pizza after they are all saved.

Pop Culture Reference:
At the end of Vernon's report, he says "Your Number's Up", which was also the title of a short-lived game show hosted by Nipsey Russell in 1985.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. Raphael says that there are eight million mutants in this series and Dirk Savage catches two of the good ones after the Turtles in the park see that the Punk Frogs are missing.
2. Michelangelo says that its almost a happy ending until Genghis Frog offers him a pizza, and then says that it's a happy ending as the episode closes.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Dirk Savage's Electromagnet
2. Dirk Savage's Stun-Ray Gun
3. A.J. Howard's Compliance Cuffs and master remote control

Kidnappings:
1. Dirk Savage ties up Napoleon and drags away Genghis in the park, where he is later tied up and put in the back of Dirk's truck with Napoleon.
2. After Dirk brings back Napoleon and Genghis to A.J.'s hideout, the shot shows that six other mutants are kidnapped behind laser bars in prison.
3. Michelangelo gets caught by the magnetism of Dirk Savage's Electromagnet. During the battle with him in the sewers, Dirk uses his Stun-Ray Gun to paralyze Leonardo, tie him up, and then take him away with Michelangelo. He then locks the two in the back of his truck and drives off.
4. Dirk Savage captures Tokka while he was eating Turkey on the street and is driven off to A.J.'s hideout.
5. While Dirk Savage is driving, he uses his Stun-Ray Gun to tie up Mondo Gecko skateboarding and puts him in the back of his truck.
6. Donatello paralyzes and ties up Rahzar in laser ropes in order to free Dirk Savage's mind.
7. Leonardo and Michelangelo, under the spell of the Compliance Cuffs, grab April and give her cuffs, and carry her off. The two Punk Frogs do the same with Irma.

Notables:
1. Final appearances of Mondo Gecko and the Punk Frogs.
2. Tokka and Rahzar, who first appeared in the 1991 movie The Secret of the Ooze, make their only appearances in this series.
3. First episode to have a primary focus on mutants.
4. Some of the mutants captured include a female giraffe who was originally a crane scientist.


Episode 167: Invasion of the Krangezoids
Written by: David Wise

Voice Cast:
Cam Clarke: Leonardo, Rocksteady, Gloomy Krangazoid
Townsend Coleman: Michelangelo, Shredder
Pat Fraley: Krang, Scaredy Krangazoid, Nasty Krangazoid, Smarty Krangazoid
Barry Gordon: Donatello, Bebop, Vain Krangazoid
Renae Jacobs: April O'Neil
Rob Paulsen: Raphael
Peter Renaday: Vernon Fenwick, Goofy Krangazoid

Mistakes:
1. While Donatello is holding his tracking device, a shot of the Channel 6 News Van shows a red stripe along the entire left side of the News Van.
2. In the shot of Donatello with his Tracking Device when he discovers some heat coming from the sewers, the central portion of the "6" on the News Van is blue instead of red and white.
3. When the Turtles open the doors and move in front of the Channel 6 News van when they find Shredder, the portion of the doors right under the windows are red instead of blue.

Catchphrase/Insult Countdown:
1. The Turtles say "Turtle Power" as they cause Rocksteady and Bebop to escape the bakery.
2. Krang refers to Rocksteady and Bebop after they fail to stop the Turtles at the bakery.
3. Burne tells April to "Go go go" to the A-1 Scientific Supply Company after her report at the bakery.
4. Michelangelo refers to Shredder as Shredhead when he sees the Amphibious Module near the A-1 Scientific Supply Co.
5. The Nasty Krangenzoid refers to the main Krang as an idiot after bumbling why he should take orders from him.
6. The Nasty Krangenzoid calls the Turtles frog-faced freaks as he attacks his lasers at them at A-1.
7. The Nasty Krangezoid calls the Scaredy Krangezoid a half-wit after it's afraid to retrieve the prototype high energy capacitor.
8. Krang refers to the Krangezoids as ingrates after he finds out that they're disobeying his command and mutate.
9. Shredder refers to the Turtles as miserable Turtles as Raphael answers his Turtlecom.
10. Michelangelo says "Holy Guacamole" after the Turtles encounter the full size Krangezoids in the sewers.
11. Shredder wonders what's keeping those stupid Turtles from rescuing April and Leonardo in time right before they come to the rescue.
12. Shredder calls Leonardo a wretched reptile as they draw their swords during the battle.
13. Shredder refers to the Turtles as wretched reptiles after he, Bebop, and Rocksteady return to the Technodrome.

Pizza References:
1. Michelangelo says that he wished that he had a pizza for every blaster he's taken away from Bebop and Rocksteady during the battle in the bakery.
2. The pizza billboard next to the Channel 6 building is visible twice in this episode.

Pop Culture Reference:
The 47 Loyal Ronin Go Hawaiian movie at the start of the episode is based off of a mix of Hawaiian, Surfing, and Samurai movie, particularly those released in the 1950s and 1960s.

Fourth Wall Breaking Humor:
1. After the Goofy Krangezoid retreats, Michelangelo says "How much weirder can this show get?"
2. Raphael says "Always wanted to say that" after he says "Drink blazing photons Roboscum" to some Foot Soldiers.
3. After Donatello says that six Vernon clones wouldn't be so bad, six TV monitors all show Vernon, on second thought he feels that would be pretty horrifying.

Wacky Inventions:
1. Krang's Thermo-Generator
2. Krang's Krangezoid Generator
3. Shredder's Teleportation Device

Kidnappings:
Leonardo and April get teleported to Shredder via the Teleportation Device inside April's Newscam where they are handcuffed to poles.

Notables:
1. Krang is seen in his Bubble Walker in this episode.
2. Final appearance of the Channel 6 main theme.
3. Michelangelo says that April's middle name is Harriet as they depart the Channel 6 building to seek the Krangezoids.
4. Final appearance of Donatello's Tracking Device.
5. Final usage of the tension theme background music.
6. Final instance in which just the Turtles drive the Channel 6 Newsvan.
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