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    Casey finds a hypercube and releases Wyrm.

    Fugitoid and April helps the Turtles attempting to defeat Wyrm.

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    • The first two wishes will be dumb, the third wish will try to fix it but fail, and then one of them tricks him into giving him another wish which will trap him back where he was. WIGGLENOG!

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      The first two wishes will be dumb, the third wish will try to fix it but fail, and then one of them tricks him into giving him another wish which will trap him back where he was. WIGGLENOG!

      If we get to watch that episode on Sunday, this might get funny.

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    • Of course it will, ON THE TOPIC-every single member of "Super Robot Monkey Team Hyper Force Go!" has been on this show, and that is awesome. 

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    • Meh. I'm not too excited about this one. Wyrm is probably the character that I am the least excited to see this season. Plus, I'm pretty sure it will just be filler. I am definitely getting a "one time villain" vibe from Wyrm. And I don't really care for genie stories so...yeah. I kind of hope this isn't one of the dimension hopping episodes. But hey, hopefully there's enough zany craziness to make it funny enough for me to enjoy it.

      Now ONE villain I am excited for is the cool Robo Shark ARMAGGON! He looked so awesome in the theme song. Plus, Ron Pearlman is such a good voice actor. Loved his Slade voice in TT. I just wonder how he'll adapt to play this huge shark dude.

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    • I as well can not wait for Armaggon, can't go wrong with the Perlman! 

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    • TRUUUUUUUUUUUE!😆

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    • I just looked up Wyrm's toy backstory...man and I thought the IDW turtle's origin took a departure. "We were ninjas 1000 years ago who just happened to be reincarnated into the bodies of four mutant turtles!" Don't get me wrong, it keeps with the ridiculous theme of ther turts, but STILL.

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    • SCOOP: Chris Bradford's human form will appear in this episode.

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    • Source please. :]

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    • This episode was like some Doctor Who episode on drugs. It was, in one simple word, WEIRD!

      But a good kind of weird :)

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    • So how bad is Casey in the episode? I want to watch it but if Casey is too stupid I'm going to skip it.

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    • Yep, just like I expected. A pointless filler episode. First one of the season. That's kind of a downer for me. Ah well, at least Wyrm was kind of funny. Seeing the three forms of Bradford was pretty cool and interesting (especially Dogpound which we haven't seen in forever), and the multiple Caseys as well. But overall, I can't help but feel like they severely underused Wyrm's reality bending abilities. They all were on Ulixes for pretty much the whole episode after they found Wyrm.

      I guess I'm a little disappointed because the first two episodes were so epic and this one didn't even really matter if you watched the end of the episode: SPOILERS. And I was especially dissapointed that this episode shows ANOTHER 80's cartoon that they will probably start watching in different episodes. I know, i know, it's running gag for each season but I was kind of hoping that they dropped that being how I didn't see it in the first couple episodes and they were both sooooo awesome. I never really liked that gag tbh. It just eats up two precious minutes of the TMNT episode. Although the turtles' reaction to the Crognard ending was priceless. I just hope they only use it filler episodes or not at all (my preference)

      I'm just looking forward to Armaggon next week. Oh yeah, I forgot to mention. Did anyone else notice that area of Fugitoid's ship where he placed the hypercube? That room was DOPE! I want to see more of it.

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    • Tarrlok's the REAL Hero wrote:
      So how bad is Casey in the episode? I want to watch it but if Casey is too stupid I'm going to skip it.

      I'll break it down for you in the most literal way I know how: He was stupid, and then he was a genius. There you go...

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    • UltimateTitan6 wrote:
      Tarrlok's the REAL Hero wrote:
      So how bad is Casey in the episode? I want to watch it but if Casey is too stupid I'm going to skip it.
      I'll break it down for you in the most literal way I know how: He was stupid, and then he was a genius. There you go...

      Yeah... I'll be skipping this episode.

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    • Tarrlok's the REAL Hero wrote:

      Yeah... I'll be skipping this episode.

      Were you ever a fan of Super Robot Monkey Team Hyper force go? If so-WATCH IT, it is the greatest tribute ever! THERE'S EVEN A FREAKING PICTURE OF THE WIGGLENOG! That means SRTHFG and ninja turtles- TAKE PLACE IN THE SAME UNIVERSE! SO! MUCH! YOSH!

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    • Yoshimickster wrote: Were you ever a fan of Super Robot Monkey Team Hyper force go?

      I've never even heard of it before. lol I'll have to look it up.

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    • Tarrlok's the REAL Hero wrote:
      Yoshimickster wrote: Were you ever a fan of Super Robot Monkey Team Hyper force go?
      I've never even heard of it before. lol I'll have to look it up.

      Yeah, me neither bro. Sorry. I read that Greg Cipes voiced someone in a show by that name, but otherwise...no idea.


      Edit YO! I just looked it up and found out Tara Strong, Hynden Walch AND Kevin Michael Richardson ALSO voiced characters on that show. And ugh 😒 Ashley Johnson too. But I think I might check this show out. With the first four voice actors I mentioned, that show has to be interesting. And NO, I am not just saying this because I ship BBRae or don't like Terra.

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    • EVERY single main voice actor from SRMTHFG has been in this EXCEPT one, Mark "Skeleton King" Hammil! I can see him doing the leader of H.A.V.O.C.

      Seriously this episode was just a great tributs to fans of that show, and I LOVED it! Could it have been placed later? Yes. Were the re-used CG models a little grating? Yes. Was it still good? SHELL yes! I give it a 9.5 out of ten.

      Also Ashley Johnson playing Renet was a reference to how she plays Greg Cipes love interest like ALL the time, Ben 10, Teen Titans, Super robot bla bla bla, and now TMNT. 

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    • Yes! I know! Don't remind me! Entering...cardiac...arrest. OOOOO Ah, Ah Ah oh...😵. But anyway, who did Tara Strong voice in TMNT 2012? As far as I know she voiced no one yet. I'm pretty sure I would know. I've been waiting for that for 3 seasons😁. WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR TARA!?! YOUR PEOPLE NEED YOU!

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    • UltimateTitan6 wrote:
      Yes! I know! Don't remind me! Entering...cardiac...arrest. OOOOO Ah, Ah Ah oh...😵. But anyway, who did Tara Strong voice in TMNT? I'm sure she voiced no one yet. I'm pretty sure I would know. I've been waiting for that for 4 seasons😁

      She did not, even if it was on one of the shows within the shows we would've recognized.

      And I will KEEP reminding you all until we finally stop raging over 2K12 Renet and move on with our lives!

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    • Well, yeah of course. But

      Yoshimickster wrote:

      EVERY single main voice actor from SRMTHFG has been in this EXCEPT one, Mark "Skeleton King" Hammil!

      I assumed that by "this" you meant TMNT 2012. After all, this is wiki for it, right?😊

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    • UltimateTitan6 wrote:
      Well, yeah of course. But

      Yoshimickster wrote:

      EVERY single main voice actor from SRMTHFG has been in this EXCEPT one, Mark "Skeleton King" Hammil!

      I assumed that by "this" you meant TMNT 2012. After all, this is wiki for it, right?😊

      You assumed correctly, being a human with intelligence and understands conversational context. 

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    • I don't think you're getting the point, dude. It looks like I'll just have to spell it out. I was saying that in your first comment, you said that EVERY single main voice actor from SRMTHFG except for Mark "Skeleton King" Hammil has been in TMNT 2012. After looking it up earlier today, I discovered that Tara Strong was one of those actors. So I asked you who she voiced in TMNT 2012. You said no one. So I thought I misunderstood what you were initially saying. And you apparently just clarified I didn't. So...😐?

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    • AH- I see now, she was only in two episodes of Super Robot dancing time, not main cast. 

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    • Really? Then why did her name appear right under Greg Cipes' (who was at the top) under "voices of" on the Wikipedia page for the show? I know Wikipedia isn't completely accurate but that would be kind of ridiculous.

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    • Either some of her insane fans put her up there, or they felt since she's such a high payed voice personality it made sense. 

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    • Lol I consider myself one of her biggest fans but I wouldn't put her as a main voice actor if she only appeared in two episodes. These kids today, heh heh. What are you going to do? 🙂

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    • I enjoyed this episode! Wyrm was funny and the comedy was amusing.

      Only complaint is that the 'reset' at the end made any sort of development for the characters sorta impossible. :( I was hoping we'd get to see Casey maybe get some development here and become perhaps a little more mature. 

      About halfway through I was thinking that the group might be torn between using their last wish to bring universal peace, or to return Casey to normal. The team would then decide to use their last wish to return Casey to normal when he starts acting out-of-character, becoming cynical and very 'not Casey'. Afterwards, it'd result in Casey becoming a bit more mature and serious when he realizes the team sacrified the chance to defeat the Triceratons easily to return him to normal. TEAM BONDING! 

      Well, I'll just appreciate the episode for what it was - comedy relief and references. I can live with that. :) (even if they missed out on a character development opportunity :'( )

      Also, SPACE ZOMBIES! Whaaaaat?! I wanna see more of them.

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    • Yeah it bugs me that we probably won't see more Astro-zombies, I mean when Casey knocked a zombie head FULL of photon pucks and ex-PLODED a bunch of zombies at once?! SNAWESOME!

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    • I know right? I want an entire episode dedicated to these Astro-zombies. Imagine it! One of them gets bitten and infected, and it takes a while to come into effect...meanwhile they go to another planet and then the infected person(s) start to infect the population of that planet and BAM! Zombie apocalypse on the planet. Turtles vs. Zombie Apocalypse = Epic.

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    • That's the kinda crazy that would fit into one of the Palladium Turtle RPGs, I LOVE IT! 

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    • Of course Honeycutt wouldn't need to worry about it, being a robot and all, and so him and whichever members of the team that manage to remain non-infected would be trying to find a cure while avoiding being bitten. The tension, the drama! I NEED THIS!

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    • That was a good episode. I liked it. Not too much of a fan of the ending, though I can see why it was necessary a bit, but still a good episode, nonetheless.

      Say, I have a question about Zayton Honeycutt. Why is he called the Fugitoid in this series? What is he running from?

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    • Flamerstreak wrote:
      That was a good episode. I liked it. Not too much of a fan of the ending, though I can see why it was necessary a bit, but still a good episode, nonetheless.

      Say, I have a question about Zayton Honeycutt. Why is he called the Fugitoid in this series? What is he running from?

      Just wait, like the force-feild explanation for the turtle's suits it will be explained sooner or later.

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    • I don't think that's been clarified yet. I'm hoping that in the near future we'll get to hear Honeycutt talk about his backstory. 

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    • The season has 17 episodes left, I am cools with waitings.

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    • This episode has given me a thought. What if these turtles and co. die stopping the Triceratons and the show switches back to the turtles who are still on Earth and it's as if nothing ever happened.

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    • Tarrlok's the REAL Hero wrote:
      This episode has given me a thought. What if these turtles and co. die stopping the Triceratons and the show switches back to the turtles who are still on Earth and it's as if nothing ever happened.

      Not gonna lie...that would be interesting. That would be like, first season of Bravest Warriors level interesting!

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      Tarrlok's the REAL Hero wrote:
      This episode has given me a thought. What if these turtles and co. die stopping the Triceratons and the show switches back to the turtles who are still on Earth and it's as if nothing ever happened.
      Not gonna lie...that would be interesting. That would be like, first season of Bravest Warriors level interesting!

      I don't expect it to happen, but it would add a level of coolness that I can't express.

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    • That'd be so great. I'd totally be game for seeing that.

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    • Tarrlok's the REAL Hero wrote:
      Yoshimickster wrote:
      Tarrlok's the REAL Hero wrote:
      This episode has given me a thought. What if these turtles and co. die stopping the Triceratons and the show switches back to the turtles who are still on Earth and it's as if nothing ever happened.
      Not gonna lie...that would be interesting. That would be like, first season of Bravest Warriors level interesting!
      I don't expect it to happen, but it would add a level of coolness that I can't express.

      I keep fearing something like that will happen near the end of the season but I really hope it doesn't. It will basically mean that everything they did in space, all of their new space weapons and tech, all of the potential new recurring villains, all of the new friends and allies they made will have meant nothing and this whole season will be pointless. I mean, not pointless in a moral sense, but MASSIVELY pointless in a character development sense. I really REALLY hope that doesn't happen. Please Ciro and Brandon, do the right thing.

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    • Like, classic Leo dies telling alternate time-line Leo how to save the future, so for the rest of the series the characters we'd be following would just be imitations!

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      Flamerstreak wrote:
      That was a good episode. I liked it. Not too much of a fan of the ending, though I can see why it was necessary a bit, but still a good episode, nonetheless.

      Say, I have a question about Zayton Honeycutt. Why is he called the Fugitoid in this series? What is he running from?

      Just wait, like the force-feild explanation for the turtle's suits it will be explained sooner or later.


      Alright, if you say so.

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    • UltimateTitan6 wrote:
      Tarrlok's the REAL Hero wrote:
      Yoshimickster wrote:
      Tarrlok's the REAL Hero wrote:
      This episode has given me a thought. What if these turtles and co. die stopping the Triceratons and the show switches back to the turtles who are still on Earth and it's as if nothing ever happened.
      Not gonna lie...that would be interesting. That would be like, first season of Bravest Warriors level interesting!
      I don't expect it to happen, but it would add a level of coolness that I can't express.
      I keep fearing something like that will happen near the end of the season but I really hope it doesn't. It will basically mean that everything they did in space, all of their new space weapons and tech, all of the potential new recurring villains, all of the new friends and allies they made will have meant nothing and this whole season will be pointless. I mean, not pointless in a moral sense, but MASSIVELY pointless in a character development sense. I really REALLY hope that doesn't happen. Please Ciro and Brandon, do the right thing.

      Good point. Maybe instead of the space-turtles dying it goes more like this - the space-turtles and the earth-turtles team up to fight the Triceratons and the turtles who haven't gone through the whole Space Arc die in the fight instead of the space-turtles. That'd cause so many problems with time, but it's TMNT so they could probably just ignore all the science that says that would make the universe blow up and have it happen anyways, lol.

      In any case, SOMETHING has to happen because otherwise there would be two sets of turtles running around.

      Another possibility is that when they went back in time they replaced their past selves, and so although they remember living in North Hampton and reclaiming NYC, those six months leading up the the destruction of Earth that they remember never technically happened. After they save Earth, they'd go back only to find a dystopian-type city where the Shredder and the Kraang still rule and the turtles have disappeared for six months. In this scenario, the character development is still there even though some of the events never occured.

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    • I'm still gearing towards that they present turtles fix the Earth the MOMENT they originally went back in time. Leaves it generally paradox free.

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    • Aquamarine1212 wrote:
      UltimateTitan6 wrote:
      Tarrlok's the REAL Hero wrote:
      Yoshimickster wrote:
      Tarrlok's the REAL Hero wrote:
      This episode has given me a thought. What if these turtles and co. die stopping the Triceratons and the show switches back to the turtles who are still on Earth and it's as if nothing ever happened.
      Not gonna lie...that would be interesting. That would be like, first season of Bravest Warriors level interesting!
      I don't expect it to happen, but it would add a level of coolness that I can't express.
      I keep fearing something like that will happen near the end of the season but I really hope it doesn't. It will basically mean that everything they did in space, all of their new space weapons and tech, all of the potential new recurring villains, all of the new friends and allies they made will have meant nothing and this whole season will be pointless. I mean, not pointless in a moral sense, but MASSIVELY pointless in a character development sense. I really REALLY hope that doesn't happen. Please Ciro and Brandon, do the right thing.
      Good point. Maybe instead of the space-turtles dying it goes more like this - the space-turtles and the earth-turtles team up to fight the Triceratons and the turtles who haven't gone through the whole Space Arc die in the fight instead of the space-turtles. That'd cause so many problems with time, but it's TMNT so they could probably just ignore all the science that says that would make the universe blow up and have it happen anyways, lol.

      In any case, SOMETHING has to happen because otherwise there would be two sets of turtles running around.

      Another possibility is that when they went back in time they replaced their past selves, and so although they remember living in North Hampton and reclaiming NYC, those six months leading up the the destruction of Earth that they remember never technically happened. After they save Earth, they'd go back only to find a dystopian-type city where the Shredder and the Kraang still rule and the turtles have disappeared for six months. In this scenario, the character development is still there even though some of the events never occured.

      Aquamarine1212, those are GREAT ideas and make total sense. Your second possibilty kind of reminds me of Starfire in the episode "How long is forever?" when she went into the future and saw all of her teammatess' future selves. But where was hers? Replaced I guess, or dead, but I HIGHLY doubt Starfire is dying before any of the Titans, aside from Raven of course for obvious reasons. I would much prefer either of those resolutions over the space turtles dying and the whole "it never happened" plotline. Plus, they've been using that resolution a bit too frequently lately if you ask me. Twice in three episodes? Come on writers, that's just lazy.

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    • UltimateTitan6 wrote:
      Aquamarine1212 wrote:
      UltimateTitan6 wrote:
      Tarrlok's the REAL Hero wrote:
      Yoshimickster wrote:
      Tarrlok's the REAL Hero wrote:
      This episode has given me a thought. What if these turtles and co. die stopping the Triceratons and the show switches back to the turtles who are still on Earth and it's as if nothing ever happened.
      Not gonna lie...that would be interesting. That would be like, first season of Bravest Warriors level interesting!
      I don't expect it to happen, but it would add a level of coolness that I can't express.
      I keep fearing something like that will happen near the end of the season but I really hope it doesn't. It will basically mean that everything they did in space, all of their new space weapons and tech, all of the potential new recurring villains, all of the new friends and allies they made will have meant nothing and this whole season will be pointless. I mean, not pointless in a moral sense, but MASSIVELY pointless in a character development sense. I really REALLY hope that doesn't happen. Please Ciro and Brandon, do the right thing.
      Good point. Maybe instead of the space-turtles dying it goes more like this - the space-turtles and the earth-turtles team up to fight the Triceratons and the turtles who haven't gone through the whole Space Arc die in the fight instead of the space-turtles. That'd cause so many problems with time, but it's TMNT so they could probably just ignore all the science that says that would make the universe blow up and have it happen anyways, lol.

      In any case, SOMETHING has to happen because otherwise there would be two sets of turtles running around.

      Another possibility is that when they went back in time they replaced their past selves, and so although they remember living in North Hampton and reclaiming NYC, those six months leading up the the destruction of Earth that they remember never technically happened. After they save Earth, they'd go back only to find a dystopian-type city where the Shredder and the Kraang still rule and the turtles have disappeared for six months. In this scenario, the character development is still there even though some of the events never occured.

      Aquamarine1212, those are GREAT ideas and make total sense. Your second possibilty kind of reminds me of Starfire in the episode "How long is forever?" when she went into the future and saw all of her teammatess' future selves. But where was hers? Replaced I guess, or dead, but I HIGHLY doubt Starfire is dying before any of the Titans, aside from Raven of course for obvious reasons. I would much prefer either of those resolutions over the space turtles dying and the whole "it never happened" plotline. Plus, they've been using that resolution a bit too frequently lately if you ask me. Twice in three episodes? Come on writers, that's just lazy.

      Thanks! :) For the second idea, it'd be a pretty easy way to have a new plotline when the Space Arc is done. After all, what would Earth be like if the turtles had just disappeared for six months? Would Splinter still be running around in the sewers? What about Karai? Perhaps the extra time would lead to other mutant groups rising up against the Kraang. Looking back on the episodes, there'd probably only be a few issues with this theory. (mutanimals being one of them) Maybe the Mutanimals could be the group that rose up to try and fight the Kraang in this alternate timeline. The only other stuff I can think of that would be 'missing' in this universe would be meeting Mondo Gecko and Muckman, a few failed hunts for serpent Karai, and some brawls with weird mutants, none of will really affect things much. 

      As for Renet, I'm going to say that since those two episodes took place in the past, and Renet is a time traveller, the events that occured in those two episodes are aren't affected.

      Which reminds me about how Renet mentioned the turtles were famous. Maybe at the end of the Space Arc they'll become well-known heroes throughout the galaxy. That would actually be funny, if they're crowned heroes in space (I'm getting an image of the ceremony from "A New Hope" except with the turtles XD) and they become famous, then they return to Earth where nobody even has a clue that they were ever in any danger of being destroyed. The "heroes of the galaxy" have to go back to hiding in the sewers.

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      I'm still gearing towards that they present turtles fix the Earth the MOMENT they originally went back in time. Leaves it generally paradox free.

      I would love for there to be no paradox. The one in Tale of the Yokai is enough to make some peoples brain explode.

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    • Tarrlok's the REAL Hero wrote:
      Yoshimickster wrote:
      I'm still gearing towards that they present turtles fix the Earth the MOMENT they originally went back in time. Leaves it generally paradox free.
      I would love for there to be no paradox. The one in Tale of the Yokai is enough to make some peoples brain explode.

      Yeah, both from being confusing and...really depressing. 

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      Tarrlok's the REAL Hero wrote:
      Yoshimickster wrote:
      I'm still gearing towards that they present turtles fix the Earth the MOMENT they originally went back in time. Leaves it generally paradox free.
      I would love for there to be no paradox. The one in Tale of the Yokai is enough to make some peoples brain explode.
      Yeah, both from being confusing and...really depressing. 

      Yeah, Just from "Anihilation Earth" and "The Weird World of Wyrm", I got confused and depressed and bad even really happened as a result of it. Well, except for an alien bug warlord and a savage robo shark tracking them down to try and kill them. But is that really a bad thing for us viewers :]

      But yeah, I really hope there's no paradox. My head just can't take it.😲🤕

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    • Aquamarine1212 wrote:
      UltimateTitan6 wrote:
      Aquamarine1212 wrote:
      UltimateTitan6 wrote:
      Tarrlok's the REAL Hero wrote:
      Yoshimickster wrote:
      Tarrlok's the REAL Hero wrote:
      This episode has given me a thought. What if these turtles and co. die stopping the Triceratons and the show switches back to the turtles who are still on Earth and it's as if nothing ever happened.
      Not gonna lie...that would be interesting. That would be like, first season of Bravest Warriors level interesting!
      I don't expect it to happen, but it would add a level of coolness that I can't express.
      I keep fearing something like that will happen near the end of the season but I really hope it doesn't. It will basically mean that everything they did in space, all of their new space weapons and tech, all of the potential new recurring villains, all of the new friends and allies they made will have meant nothing and this whole season will be pointless. I mean, not pointless in a moral sense, but MASSIVELY pointless in a character development sense. I really REALLY hope that doesn't happen. Please Ciro and Brandon, do the right thing.
      Good point. Maybe instead of the space-turtles dying it goes more like this - the space-turtles and the earth-turtles team up to fight the Triceratons and the turtles who haven't gone through the whole Space Arc die in the fight instead of the space-turtles. That'd cause so many problems with time, but it's TMNT so they could probably just ignore all the science that says that would make the universe blow up and have it happen anyways, lol.

      In any case, SOMETHING has to happen because otherwise there would be two sets of turtles running around.

      Another possibility is that when they went back in time they replaced their past selves, and so although they remember living in North Hampton and reclaiming NYC, those six months leading up the the destruction of Earth that they remember never technically happened. After they save Earth, they'd go back only to find a dystopian-type city where the Shredder and the Kraang still rule and the turtles have disappeared for six months. In this scenario, the character development is still there even though some of the events never occured.

      Aquamarine1212, those are GREAT ideas and make total sense. Your second possibilty kind of reminds me of Starfire in the episode "How long is forever?" when she went into the future and saw all of her teammatess' future selves. But where was hers? Replaced I guess, or dead, but I HIGHLY doubt Starfire is dying before any of the Titans, aside from Raven of course for obvious reasons. I would much prefer either of those resolutions over the space turtles dying and the whole "it never happened" plotline. Plus, they've been using that resolution a bit too frequently lately if you ask me. Twice in three episodes? Come on writers, that's just lazy.
      Thanks! :) For the second idea, it'd be a pretty easy way to have a new plotline when the Space Arc is done. After all, what would Earth be like if the turtles had just disappeared for six months? Would Splinter still be running around in the sewers? What about Karai? Perhaps the extra time would lead to other mutant groups rising up against the Kraang. Looking back on the episodes, there'd probably only be a few issues with this theory. (mutanimals being one of them) Maybe the Mutanimals could be the group that rose up to try and fight the Kraang in this alternate timeline. The only other stuff I can think of that would be 'missing' in this universe would be meeting Mondo Gecko and Muckman, a few failed hunts for serpent Karai, and some brawls with weird mutants, none of will really affect things much. 

      As for Renet, I'm going to say that since those two episodes took place in the past, and Renet is a time traveller, the events that occured in those two episodes are aren't affected.

      Which reminds me about how Renet mentioned the turtles were famous. Maybe at the end of the Space Arc they'll become well-known heroes throughout the galaxy. That would actually be funny, if they're crowned heroes in space (I'm getting an image of the ceremony from "A New Hope" except with the turtles XD) and they become famous, then they return to Earth where nobody even has a clue that they were ever in any danger of being destroyed. The "heroes of the galaxy" have to go back to hiding in the sewers.

      Heh heh, yeah. Going back to hiding in the sewers is a pretty predictable but that's probably what's going to happen, which is acceptable I guess. I always kind of looked forward to seeing the turtles being recognized and honored as great heroes, but especially if it's on earth. And they use higher tech weapons kind of like what they're using now, and they could walk the streets being not only accepted, but beloved by the general public. But eh, maybe I'm just reaching, but I'd still love to see that. Also, as much as I complain about how I grow tired of the Karai arc, I still would like to see her again after this space arc (which will most likely be my favorite season of this show). But only if she is given SIGNIFICANT character development to make up the barrage of filler episodes that they've thrown at us over the second and third season. No more kidnapping, no more brain worming, no more never ending failed searches! Karai needs to find her family and actually make up her mind on wether she wants to become an ally, a villain, or a lone wolf (i think the second one is least likely). But yeah, it would be really cool to see what happend after the turtles' six month absense if the writers go that route. If anything, it possible we might see the debut of some Archie mutanimal members like, Dreadmon, Jagwar, Ray Fillet, and Merdude.

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    • YES, more Mutanimals! And hopefully the comic or toy Ray Fillet and not...the kind of unsettling 1987 cartoon Ray.

      Ray
      Its not just me right? This guy freaked me out for some reason.
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    • It's probably the tail :]

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    • YES- that is it! Its such a WEIRD break in color, why wouldn't it be green like the rest of him? Also speedos will always look weird to me, but he's a swimmer so minor complaint.

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    • UltimateTitan6 wrote:

      Heh heh, yeah. Going back to hiding in the sewers is a pretty predictable but that's probably what's going to happen, which is acceptable I guess. I always kind of looked forward to seeing the turtles being recognized and honored as great heroes, but especially if it's on earth. And they use higher tech weapons kind of like what they're using now, and they could walk the streets being not only accepted, but beloved by the general public. But eh, maybe I'm just reaching, but I'd still love to see that. Also, as much as I complain about how I grow tired of the Karai arc, I still would like to see her again after this space arc (which will most likely be my favorite season of this show). But only if she is given SIGNIFICANT character development to make up the barrage of filler episodes that they've thrown at us over the second and third season. No more kidnapping, no more brain worming, no more never ending failed searches! Karai needs to find her family and actually make up her mind on wether she wants to become an ally, a villain, or a lone wolf (i think the second one is least likely). But yeah, it would be really cool to see what happend after the turtles' six month absense if the writers go that route. If anything, it possible we might see the debut of some Archie mutanimal members like, Dreadmon, Jagwar, Ray Fillet, and Merdude.

      It'd be really cool for them to be held in honor and high esteem by the people of Earth. I mean, if Muckman can be a hero on the news and accepted by the public, certainly the turtles can! They saved the world (and they look a lot less frightening than Muckman). I suppose though, "ninjas must maintain secrecy" and all that.

      I agree with you on the Karai thing - one can only watch so many episodes of her being mind controlled and kidnapped, and rescued, and then re-kidnapped. :/ HOPEFULLY that ending where she pukes up the brain worm means that she's of her own free will, she's at least partially cured of her mutant-ness or has some sort of control over it, and she's ready to do her own thing insead of just being a pawn.

      I'd like to see her rejoin the family at least for an episode or two and work with the turtles, but like you suggested, she might end up being a lone wolf. I mean, she's only recently met her real family, so she'd probably feel more comfortable on her own, maybe joining up with the turtles every once and a while as an ally until the bond between them grows stronger. In the meanwhile, she could fight crime on her own, maybe make some allies on the streets. Heck, she could start her own gang if she felt like it, that'd be pretty cool.

      And yes! More mutanimals! :D

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      YES, more Mutanimals! And hopefully the comic or toy Ray Fillet and not...the kind of unsettling 1987 cartoon Ray.
      Ray
      Its not just me right? This guy freaked me out for some reason.

      I think a giant lizard wearing a speedo would freak out any sane person. XD He does look really freaky though.

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    • I'd like her to become the new Shredder, and then ALLY the entirety of the Foot with the turtles. How crazy awesome would that be? Especially if Karai get's a Shredder costume.Plus its not like at THIS point the Shredder's minions wouldn't be averse to betraying Saki, considering his insanity-LITERALLY killed the Earth. 

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      I'd like her to become the new Shredder, and then ALLY the entirety of the Foot with the turtles. How crazy awesome would that be? Especially if Karai get's a Shredder costume.Plus its not like at THIS point the Shredder's minions wouldn't be averse to betraying Saki, considering his insanity-LITERALLY killed the Earth. 

      But since they went back in time, will Saki have the chance to show his true level of insanity again? If the turtles prevent the Triceratons from getting the black hole generator, then that would also mean Shredder wouldn't have a chance to betray Splinter because they wouldn't have to team up to stop the black hole generator if the Triceratons don't have it. His minions would then not have the chance to fully realize just how crazy he is.

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    • Aquamarine1212 wrote:

      But since they went back in time, will Saki have the chance to show his true level of insanity again? If the turtles prevent the Triceratons from getting the black hole generator, then that would also mean Shredder wouldn't have a chance to betray Splinter because they wouldn't have to team up to stop the black hole generator if the Triceratons don't have it. His minions would then not have the chance to fully realize just how crazy he is.

      AH-but what if they save the Earth-THE MOMENT the black-hole is activated? The writers said that the turtles couldn't save Splinter, so there are high chances he'll either stay dead- OR someone else brings him back probably Professor Honeycutt.

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      Aquamarine1212 wrote:

      But since they went back in time, will Saki have the chance to show his true level of insanity again? If the turtles prevent the Triceratons from getting the black hole generator, then that would also mean Shredder wouldn't have a chance to betray Splinter because they wouldn't have to team up to stop the black hole generator if the Triceratons don't have it. His minions would then not have the chance to fully realize just how crazy he is.

      AH-but what if they save the Earth-THE MOMENT the black-hole is activated? The writers said that the turtles couldn't save Splinter, so there are high chances he'll either stay dead- OR someone else brings him back probably Professor Honeycutt.

      How did you know Fugitoid's gonna bring back Splinter?

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    • I didn't, I just think if someone will bring him back my best educated guess is probably him given his technological stock-pile.

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      I didn't, I just think if someone will bring him back my best educated guess is probably him given his technological stock-pile.

      Oh but Fugitoid said their sensei, Splinter, and their friends, The Mighty Mutanimals will be alive for 6 months until the Earth is destroyed. What other possibilities that Splinter could be alive?

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    • Julian14bernardino wrote:

      Oh but Fugitoid said their sensei, Splinter, and their friends, The Mighty Mutanimals will be alive for 6 months until the Earth is destroyed. What other possibilities that Splinter could be alive?

      Considering the creators said the turtles couldn't save Splinter, not many in all honesty.

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    • Am I the only one who's impressed by how this series went from zero real deaths to billions of alien lifes beign wiped out by a reality bending creature? Seriously, let's take a moment to reflect.

      • Parasitica - A few wasps were squashed, pff.
      • Operation: Break Out -A Kraang gets eaten, no biggie.
      • Vision Quest - The turtles fight spiritual versions of their enemies, but still, they go for the killing.
      • Return to New York - Splinter kills the entire Shredder Elite.
      • Serpent Hunt - Leonardo threatens to kill everyone if they don't release Karai.
      • Clash of the Mutanimals - Raphael fights Shredder going fot the killing.
      • Tale of the Yokai - Tang Shen gets killed, THAT was something.
      • Annihilation Earth! - Krang Prime and Sub-Prime? Dead. Splinter? Dead. The rest of the planet? Dead.
      • Beyond The Known Universe - The turtles don't care if those Vreen are robots or alien insect lives, they're going for the killing.
      • The Moons of Thalos 3 - Killing Ice Dragons as if they weren't animals, cuz' as long as there is no blood you can show a living creature getting half of it's face ripped off.
      • The Weird World of Wyrm - It didn't work, but Leonardo tried to decapitate Wyrm and it was kinda shocking. By the way, Earth wasn't enough? Let's blow up the rest of the universe!

      Seriuosly, I'm loving this "more mature" take on the series. It's good to see the turtles not having to hold themselves back anymore as it was with the Foot Soldiers or by only slicing Kraangdroids and Foot-bots.

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    • Yoshimickster wrote:
      YES- that is it! Its such a WEIRD break in color, why wouldn't it be green like the rest of him?

      It's actually not a tail-- it's a prehensile butt tentacle. (For my money, that makes it no less disturbing.)  Dr. Poly-what's-his-frig was an accomplished geneticist, and gave Ray attributes of several sea creatures (octopus/squid, electric eel, pufferfish).

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    • Yeah, but why couldn't it be a green tentacle? Octopi can be green! 

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    • Yeah. It's such a nasty color mixture. Gross!

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    • It makes me wish they'd just let Ray Fillet be a good guy, then we wouldn't have gotten the CREEPY design he had. 

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