Fists of Furry
[[Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles] (TV series)|Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles]]] episode
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Season Code: 071
Episode: 10A
Original airdate July 17, 2020
Written by Ian Busch
Supervising Producer Alan Wan
Producers: Vladimir Radev
Directed by JJ Conway
Voice Direction Rob Paulsen
Storyboard Artist: Morgan Hillebrand
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Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Season 2
October 12, 2019 - August 7, 2020
List of Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles episodes


  1. Many Unhappy Returns
  2. Todd Scouts
  3. Goyles, Goyles, Goyles
  4. Flushed, but Never Forgotten
  5. Lair Games
  6. Breaking Purple
  7. Repairin' the Baron
  8. Air Turtle
  9. Pizza Puffs
  10. Sidekick Ahoy!
  11. The Hidden City Job
  12. Always Be Brownies
  13. Mystery Meat
  14. Donnie vs. Witch Town
  15. Raph's Ride-Along
  16. Hidden City's Most Wanted
  17. Bad Hair Day
  18. Fists of Furry
  19. The Clothes Don't Make the Turtle
  20. Battle Nexus: New York
  21. E-Turtle Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
  22. Shreddy or Not
  23. Anatawa Hitorijanai
  24. Rise

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"Fists of Furry" is the eighteenth episode of the second season (Episode 10A) of Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and is the sixty-fourth episode overall in the series. It first aired on July 17th, 2020.


April and the Mad Dogs must help Splinter save his chain of dojos from being taken over by an evil rival.


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The Mad Dogs and April are in the lair's living room relaxing until Splinter shows up in his Lou Jitsu jumpsuit. He tries to have their attention but they were too busy to notice him. In response, Splinter hits them telling them that he has dojos of Lou Jitsu and go to an inspection along with April.

To Splinter's horror his first dojo is now belongs to his rival, Kristoff van Bradford, the most dishonorable actor who only uses his brutal attacks on his opponents.

Splinter has every 27 dojos, but to his dismay, all his dojos have been taken over, except one. April feels sorry for Splinter for only have one dojo, but Splinter is happy, because now he has one last dojo saved.

But to Splinter's shock, the students doesn't know Lou Jitsu skills, they only mimic the cat poster. The Komodo students barge in and go to beat up the kids, but Splinter knock them all out, preventing them from beating up the kids.

Kristoff van Bradford comes and tells Splinter that he have all dojos, when Splinter gives him a challenge, Kristoff agrees, he and his students leave.

Splinter decides to teach April in order to save his chain of dojos.

In stadium, turtles are watching as April must fight one of Komodo students, Splinter chooses Frank, he is skilled and bulked, he keeps overpowering April, but when she uses Lou Jitsu skills at him, having Frank get frustrated, punches a hole, injuring his hand in the process. April decides to use a tie, but Kristoff Van Bradford and his pride denies it. He asks Frank he knows what to do. Frank touches the crate, causing his arm to increase in size, he is even more bulked, when April uses seven deadly viper moves, Frank gets scared and disqualified.

Enraged, Kristoff is about to charge at April, but Splinter kicks him to the crate, breaking it. Crate is revealed to be a box where he keeps Komodo dragon yōkai (who bites Frank) as a pet and mascot. Kristoff begs the dragon to bite him, it does so, monster Kristoff is about to end their lives, but Splinter and April use the seven deadly viper moves. The light turns off, when it comes back, Kristoff and dragon fly away into the distance, never to be seen again...

The Turtles are downtrodden and disappointed by not seeing the move. Splinter tells April that her move is going to be inside of her forever. April is confused and concerned as the episode ends.


  • The episode's title is a reference to the Bruce Lee movie, Fist of Fury.
  • Oliver Vaquer is credited as the voice of a "Kindly Man", although no character matching this description was seen in the episode.
  • Kristoff Van Bradford is a rebooted version of Chris Bradford (2012 TV series).



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