Lair Games
Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles episode
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Season Code: 056
Episode: 3B
Original airdate October 12, 2019 (Nicktoons)
October 14, 2019 (Nickelodeon)
Written by Jesse Gordon
Supervising Producer Alan Wan
Producers: Vladimir Radev
Directed by JJ Conway
Voice Direction Rob Paulsen
Storyboard Artist: Sheldon Vella
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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

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

Season 1Season 2

"Lair Games" is the fifth episode of the second season (Episode 3B) of Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and the fifty-first episode overall in the series. It first aired on October 12th, 2019.

Synopsis

April presents her award-winning documentary about the Turtles’ annual event: The Lair Olympics.

Characters

Major characters

Minor character

Plot

This year's event, however, takes a surprise turn when Donnie unexpectedly gains ground against the past games' constant champion, Leo, sparking a fierce competition between the two brothers.

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Trivia

  • One of the figures in Leo's room resembles The Prince from Katamari Damacy.
  • Donnie doing the "just right" gesture is a reference to Pacha from Disney's The Emperor's New Groove.
  • This episode premiered on Nicktoons before Nickelodeon.

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