In this episode we return to Teen Titans Season 2 focusing on episodes “How Long is Forever?” “Every Dog has its Day,” and “Terra.” We talk about wibbly-wobbly-time travel shenanigans, Easter Island man-babies, and Slade creeping on Terra. And does anyone else notice how Raven doesn’t mind being licked by an alien dog?
Monthly Archives: August 2018
Episode 5: Lostalgia-“Give Yourself Magination Goosebumps”
In this episode, we explore our lostalgia, nostalgia over media that hasn’t been popular since it debut. Mary talks about “Magination,” the Gameboy Color game while Andy talks about the Goosebumps spin-off series “Give Yourself Goosebumps.” We gush about why we love our respective nostalgia and the probable reasons why they haven’t been popular since they debuted.
Episode 4: Another Titan in the Wall
In this episode we discuss Teen Titans, Season 1, “Mad Mod,” “Car Trouble,” and “Apprentice” parts 1 and 2. We talk about Mad Mod’s crazy house, the wonderful, rare pairing between Cyborg and Raven, and how Slade is just so freaking creepy. Also, we ask ourselves, is Slade Robin in disguise?
Episode 3: Peter Lorre Puppet
In this episode we discuss Teen Titans, Season 1, “Switched,” “Deep Six,” and “Mask.” We talk about how boring Aqualad is, why Raven and Starfire switching bodies makes a great episode, and how Slade is so, weirdly, creepily obsessed with Robin.
Episode 2: Forces of Fun
In this episode we focus on Teen Titans, Season 1, episodes “Forces of Nature,” “The Sum of His Parts,” and “Nevermore.” We talk about Robin’s fascination with Slade, the source of Mumbo’s power, and why Cyborg is just a great, all outstanding, guy. Oh and Raven’s dad issues or whatever.
Episode 1: A Giant Chicken
In our first episode we focus on the Cartoon Network show, Teen Titans, and focus on the first three episodes of the series, “Divide and Conquer,” “Sisters,” and “Final Exam.” We talk about the fantastic Hive Academy villains, Starfire’s amazing quotes, and how sexy Slade’s voice is.
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