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<div class="quote">Gilgameshkun wrote:<br />KunokitaxD4: Ugh, I agree. Dinosaur Seen in Sewers was one of the ''worst'' episodes for character development. By the time Zog was giving his lecture about how incompetent the turtles were, I found myself sympathizing more with Zog than with Raphael, and Raphael had never seemed less sympathetic before then. The turtles haven't really been growing and maturing and strengthening (in body or mind) as characters for a long time now. And this all seems entirely intentional by Nickelodeon, which does little more than to advertise them as fun-loving party animals with weapons who don't really do anything else. It's Fred Wolf syndrome all over again.</div>
 
<div class="quote">Gilgameshkun wrote:<br />KunokitaxD4: Ugh, I agree. Dinosaur Seen in Sewers was one of the ''worst'' episodes for character development. By the time Zog was giving his lecture about how incompetent the turtles were, I found myself sympathizing more with Zog than with Raphael, and Raphael had never seemed less sympathetic before then. The turtles haven't really been growing and maturing and strengthening (in body or mind) as characters for a long time now. And this all seems entirely intentional by Nickelodeon, which does little more than to advertise them as fun-loving party animals with weapons who don't really do anything else. It's Fred Wolf syndrome all over again.</div>
and what doesn't make sense to me is how in the heck is April becoming a full blown kunoichi by a short time span but the turtles whom trained since birth aren't improving in the slightest?<br />
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and what doesn't make sense to me is how in the heck is April becoming a full blown kunoichi by a short time span but the turtles whom trained since birth aren't improving in the slightest? In space April has done more psychic training than ninja training. I've never seen her lift up that tessen once in space. so when she comes back she just picks up where she left up and boom shes a full proof ninja?<br />

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Gilgameshkun wrote:
KunokitaxD4: Ugh, I agree. Dinosaur Seen in Sewers was one of the worst episodes for character development. By the time Zog was giving his lecture about how incompetent the turtles were, I found myself sympathizing more with Zog than with Raphael, and Raphael had never seemed less sympathetic before then. The turtles haven't really been growing and maturing and strengthening (in body or mind) as characters for a long time now. And this all seems entirely intentional by Nickelodeon, which does little more than to advertise them as fun-loving party animals with weapons who don't really do anything else. It's Fred Wolf syndrome all over again.

and what doesn't make sense to me is how in the heck is April becoming a full blown kunoichi by a short time span but the turtles whom trained since birth aren't improving in the slightest? In space April has done more psychic training than ninja training. I've never seen her lift up that tessen once in space. so when she comes back she just picks up where she left up and boom shes a full proof ninja?

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