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[[File:Sitting29.png|mini|thumb|Big Louie and Mad Dog McMutt fighting each other on Krang's artificial island.]]
 
[[File:Sitting29.png|mini|thumb|Big Louie and Mad Dog McMutt fighting each other on Krang's artificial island.]]
'''Krang's artificial island''' is seen in the {{1987link|Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles|1987 TV series}} episode ''[[Adventures in Turtle-Sitting (1987 episode)|Adventures in Turtle-Sitting]].
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'''Krang's artificial island''' is seen in the [[1987 TV series]] episode ''[[Adventures in Turtle-Sitting (1987 episode)|Adventures in Turtle-Sitting]].
   
 
Constructed by {{1987link|Krang}}, it is attached by a chain to the {{1987link|Technodrome}}. Krang and {{1987link|Oroku Saki|Shredder}} attempt to trick the major crime leaders in [[New York City]] to the artificial island by distributing treasure maps of it.
 
Constructed by {{1987link|Krang}}, it is attached by a chain to the {{1987link|Technodrome}}. Krang and {{1987link|Oroku Saki|Shredder}} attempt to trick the major crime leaders in [[New York City]] to the artificial island by distributing treasure maps of it.
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Once the crime leaders have gathered on the artificial island, Krang plans to let it float away using helium-filled weather balloons, getting rid of them.
 
Once the crime leaders have gathered on the artificial island, Krang plans to let it float away using helium-filled weather balloons, getting rid of them.
   
When the crime leaders are spotted on the artificial island, {{1987link|Burne Thompson}} sends {{1987link|April O'Neil}} there in a {{1987link|Channel 6 news helicopter}}. The {{1987link|Ninja Turtles|Turtles}} go with her.
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When the crime leaders are spotted on the artificial island, {{1987link|Burne Thompson}} sends {{1987link|April O'Neil}} there in a {{1987link|Channel 6 news helicopter}}. The {{1987link|Turtles}} go with her.
   
 
As the Turtles jump into the ocean water, the saltwater breaks the [[Food Revivifier]] effects on {{1987link|Donatello}}, {{1987link|Leonardo}} and {{1987link|Raphael}}.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://mutantooze.org/ninjaturtles/cartoon/guide/cart131.htm|title=Adventures in Turtle-Sitting|publisher=Ninja Turtles|language=English|date=1992|accessdate=15 February 2020}}</ref>
 
As the Turtles jump into the ocean water, the saltwater breaks the [[Food Revivifier]] effects on {{1987link|Donatello}}, {{1987link|Leonardo}} and {{1987link|Raphael}}.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://mutantooze.org/ninjaturtles/cartoon/guide/cart131.htm|title=Adventures in Turtle-Sitting|publisher=Ninja Turtles|language=English|date=1992|accessdate=15 February 2020}}</ref>
   
At the end, the Turtles pop the baloons, and instead the artificial island sinks into the ocean.
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At the end, the Turtles pop the balloons, and instead the artificial island sinks into the ocean.
   
 
==References==
 
==References==
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[[Category:1987 TV series locations]]
 
[[Category:Krang's inventions]]
 
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Revision as of 22:37, February 15, 2020

Sitting29

Big Louie and Mad Dog McMutt fighting each other on Krang's artificial island.

Krang's artificial island is seen in the 1987 TV series episode Adventures in Turtle-Sitting.

Constructed by Krang, it is attached by a chain to the Technodrome. Krang and Shredder attempt to trick the major crime leaders in New York City to the artificial island by distributing treasure maps of it.

Once the crime leaders have gathered on the artificial island, Krang plans to let it float away using helium-filled weather balloons, getting rid of them.

When the crime leaders are spotted on the artificial island, Burne Thompson sends April O'Neil there in a Channel 6 news helicopter. The Turtles go with her.

As the Turtles jump into the ocean water, the saltwater breaks the Food Revivifier effects on Donatello, Leonardo and Raphael.[1]

At the end, the Turtles pop the balloons, and instead the artificial island sinks into the ocean.

References

  1. Adventures in Turtle-Sitting (English). Ninja Turtles (1992). Retrieved on February 15, 2020.
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