Robin, Starfire, Raven, Beast Boy and Cyborg return in all-new, comedic adventures. They may be super heroes who save the world every day ... but somebody still has to do the laundry!
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Batman and Commissioner Gordon have a slumber party and watch their favorite TV shows.
The episode was rated 8,26 from 87 votes.
Batman is more interested in watching TV than participating in his birthday party.
The episode was rated 8,24 from 34 votes.
As the Titans deal with Madame Rouge, Beast Boy is excited to meet his female counterpart Beast Girl.
The episode was rated 8,21 from 62 votes.
The Titans have Raven give them new super powers, but have a hard time adjusting.
The episode was rated 8,18 from 74 votes.
The Titans hold a team competition, but have to avoid an alien hunter.
The episode was rated 8,15 from 141 votes.
The Titans time travel back to the 1980s to determine whether or not it was the best decade ever.
The episode was rated 8,12 from 52 votes.
Tired of losing to the Hive Five every year, the Titans hatch a scheme to win the costume contest.
The episode was rated 8,10 from 79 votes.
What happens to the Titans after TEEN TITANS GO! To the Movies.
The episode was rated 8,10 from 70 votes.
The Titans build an AI robot so it will create a pizza that's never been made before.
The episode was rated 8,10 from 101 votes.
After using a repellent to temporarily prevent the Powerpuff Girls from moving, Mojo Jojo uses a teleportation device to teleport himself into Jump City, in the Titans' tower, then the girls follow him into the same place where he appeared, only to run into Robin, Starfire, and Raven. Then, after the girls compete with three of the Titans to see who's better, and Mojo Jojo traps Cyborg and Beast Boy in his new lair, the girls defeat him, with "help" from Robin, Starfire, and Raven.
The episode was rated 8,10 from 94 votes.
Cyborg's real strength comes not from his robot parts, but from his favorite song.
The episode was rated 8,09 from 291 votes.
The Titans visit the Hall of Justice to use the pool, but then decided to check out the inside.
The episode was rated 8,09 from 185 votes.
When their world starts disappearing, the Titans must confront their creators. The Titans learn how difficult it is to make a cartoon when they try to animate Michael and Aaron.
The episode was rated 8,09 from 47 votes.
Beast Boy writes a song for Raven to express his feelings, then begins touring with the song, which upsets Raven.
The episode was rated 8,06 from 235 votes.
The Titans get sick of the island and decide to leave, only to realize that they have in fact been unknowingly press-ganged into a reality TV show by the Teen Titans villains and Control Freak.
The episode was rated 8,06 from 130 votes.
Beast Boy starts using more than 10% of his brain in an effort to find the hidden images in a puzzle.
The episode was rated 8,05 from 130 votes.
In a final epic battle, the Titans and their musician friends square off against the dragon for control of the Night Begins to Shine.
The episode was rated 8,05 from 112 votes.
The Titans make Robin give them a tour of Wayne Manor and discover how fun it is to be rich.
The episode was rated 8,05 from 42 votes.
When the male Titans are injured, Raven and Starfire must become bros to stop the Bropocalypse.
The episode was rated 8,04 from 47 votes.
The Titans are shipwrecked on a desert island and must use the island's resources to survive.
The episode was rated 8,02 from 149 votes.
Letzte Aktualisierung: Feb 08, 2023
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