|“The Evil League of Mutants”|
|Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles episode|
|Original airdate||January 19, 2019|
|Written by||Jesse Gordon|
|Supervising Producer||Alan Wan|
|Directed by||Sebastian Montes|
|Voice Direction||Rob Paulsen|
|Supervising Director||Alan Wan|
|Storyboard Artist:||Julia Braid|
"The Evil League of Mutants" is the twenty-third episode (Episode 13) of Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. It first aired on January 19th, 2019.
- Baron Draxum (John Cena)
- Donatello (Josh Brener)
- Huginn (Timothy Simons)
- Hypno-Potamus (Rhys Darby)
- Leonardo (Ben Schwartz)
- Meat Sweats (Johnny Rotten)
- Michelangelo (Brandon Mychal Smith)
- Muninn (Sam Richardson)
- Raphael (Omar Benson Miller)
- Repo Mantis (Fred Tatasciore)
- Sando Brothers (debut)
- Splinter (Eric Bauza)
- Warren Stone (John Michael Higgins)
- Radisson Hotel Bellhop (debut)
- Elderly People (debut)
- Foot Clan
- JJG (debut)
- Todd Capybara (Thurop Van Orman)
Additional voices by Eric Bauza and Matt Mahaffey
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- Warren Stone: Breaking news: you're toast!
- Meat Sweats: Liver toast!
- Ben and Carl: Crunch. Crunch. Crunch. Crunch. Crunch. Crunch. Crunch.
- Hypno-Potamus: As an actual magician, I'm offended by this charade.
- Repo Mantis: I'm about to repo your lives.
- Leonardo: This is why you never go to New Jersey.
- This is the third 30-minute episode after "Mystic Mayhem" and "Bug Busters".
- This episode features a musical number.
- During the musical number, they sing about the Turtles' (and possibly Splinter's) origins.
- The Lou Jitsu tape, "One Fish, Two Fish. Red Fish, Dead Fish", Splinter tried to play before training the Turtles was a nod to the Dr. Seuss classic, "One Fish, Two Fish. Red Fish, Blue Fish".
- It is revealed by Draxum that he created the Turtles by using Lou Jitsu's DNA. This is the first reference made to mutating animals rather than humans.
- Leo quoting, "We need a tiger" after he and his brothers confront Splinter of their training is a potential nod to Tiger Claw, who was voiced by Splinter's current voice actor.
- This episode apparently takes place exactly thirteen years after the Turtles were mutated.