List of Teen Titans Go! episodes
Teen Titans Go! is an American animated television series based on the DC Comics fictional superhero team, the Teen Titans. The series was announced following the popularity of DC Nation's New Teen Titans shorts, both of which are based on the 2003 Teen Titans TV series. Teen Titans Go! is a more comedic take on the DC Comics franchise, dealing with situations that happen outside of saving the world.
Sporting a new animation style, Teen Titans Go! serves as a comedic spin-off with no continuity to the previous series, and only certain elements are retained. Many DC characters make cameo appearances and are referenced in the background, and the show also consists of much darker humor than its predecessor. The original principal voice cast returns to reprise their respective roles.
Teen Titans Go! focuses on the "funny business" that happens between the Teen Titans when not saving the world and when living together as teenagers without adult supervision.
|Season||Episodes||Originally aired (U.S. dates)||DVD release date|
|Season premiere||Season finale|
|1||26 (52 shorts)||April 23, 2013||Early 2014||March 4, 2014(Part 1)|
|2||26 (52 shorts)||Mid or Late 2014||TBA||TBA|
Season 1 (2013–2014)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Production
|1||1a||"Legendary Sandwich"||Luke Cormican||Aaron Horvath||April 23, 2013||101a||2.006|
|Raven sends the four other Titans on a quest to forge a mystical sandwich so she can have the television to herself to watch her favorite cartoon Pretty Pretty Pegasus. She assigns each of the Titans to retrieve one of the ingredients (the Mystic Bacon, King's Lettuce, Stellar Tomato, and pretzel bread), leaving Cyborg, Starfire and Beast Boy to face off against the fierce Sandwich Guardians, while Robin is forced to wait at the supermarket for pretzel bread. While successful in retrieving the ingredients, their efforts are wasted when an argument breaks out and Silkie devours the completed sandwich, only to vomit it out shortly after. Robin then reveals he is a fan of Pretty Pretty Pegasus.|
|2||1b||"Pie Bros"||Peter Rida Michail||Will Friedle||April 23, 2013||101b||2.006|
|Beast Boy fears his strong and close friendship with Cyborg is in trouble when he cannot afford the expensive video game Cyborg wants for his birthday. Eager to make some money, Beast Boy decides to take a job at Mother Mae-Eye's pie shop, which may cause him to miss the party and lose his best friend. Starfire is in charge of the festivities with terrifying results, and Raven hears that the recipe behind Mother Mae-Eye's pies is people. A pie fight breaks out between Cyborg and Beast Boy, and the other Titans are captured and subjected to Mother Mae-Eye's pie-baking machine. Cyborg and Beast Boy make up and celebrate with pies that look suspiciously like their teammates but are oblivious to it. Barely in one piece, the other Titans capture Mother Mae-Eye.|
|3||2a||"Driver's Ed"||Luke Cormican||Tab Murphy||April 30, 2013||102a||1.447|
|When the Titans get tired of Robin tricking them so they can drive him around, he decides to enroll in a Driver's Ed class after revealing his license was suspended after wrecking the Batmobile. What Robin doesn't realize is that his driving instructor, Ed, is actually using him as a getaway driver. The other Titans try to warn Robin when they discover this, but he believes they are there to mock him again. After a long chase, the Titans' car is destroyed and Robin passes his test, only because Ed has had enough. Ed reveals to Robin that was being used, but Robin was aware of it the whole time and subjects Ed to a demon that Raven had attempted to vanquish earlier.|
|4||2b||"Dog Hand"[nb 1]||Luke Cormican||Tom Pugsley||April 30, 2013||102b||1.447|
|Raven reveals to the other Titans that her father is none other than Trigon and he is coming over to visit. Her dad quickly wins the support of the other Titans by charming them and granting them special powers, making them question whether he's the terrible father Raven makes him out to be. They urge her to use her powers to her full potential as Trigon wishes. Unable to convince them otherwise, Raven decides to embrace her inner demon, a three-step process that Trigon reveals involves killing her friends. Realizing Raven was right all along, the Titans all fight Trigon with the powers he granted them and send him to another dimension.|
|5||3a||"Double Trouble"||Scott O'Brien||Steve Borst||May 7, 2013||103a||1.590|
To avoid playing "Cavemen and Dinosaurs" with Beast Boy, Cyborg tricks Raven into using her duplication power to make two of him. Then, jealous of his clone's relationship with Beast Boy, he clones Beast Boy for himself but it backfires. Soon, there are too many clones to handle, and the clones kick the Titans out of the tower. Cyborg and Beast Boy are revealed to be clones themselves, created months ago by the real Cyborg and Beast Boy. Living in a filthy apartment, lazy and now obese, they claim they found the duplication spell and used it to take a vacation, leaving their doubles behind.Anticipating the clones would take over, they activate a fail-safe that launches Titans Tower into space, with a new one taking its place. The original Cyborg and Beast Boy clones become hobos and venture off while the Teen Titans are stuck with the real Cyborg and Beast Boy, who can barely move. On another planet, the Cyborg and Beast Boy clones are being chased by an extraterrestrial Tyrannosaurus until they all end up dancing.
|6||3b||"The Date"||Scott O'Brien||Sholly Fisch||May 7, 2013||103b||1.590|
Robin is truly, madly and strongly in love with Starfire and wants to go out on a romantic date with her, but she already is going on a romntic date with Speedy whom she sees has a lot of similarities to Robin. Despite the warnings from the Voice in his head, Robin kidnaps Speedy and poses as him to ruin the date and win over Starfire willingly.However, Speedy breaks free and battles Robin (as Speedy) as Robin. When Robin confesses to Starfire about posing as Speedy, she angrily punches him and sends him across the room. Starfire then meets the disembodied voice in Robin's head and offers it to go on a romantic date with her instead.
|7||4a||"Dude Relax"||Peter Rida Michail||Amy Wolfram||May 14, 2013||104a||1.638|
|When there hasn't been a crime in Jump City in a week, Robin show signs of mission withdrawal and it begins affecting the team. When a tentacled monster finally attacks, Cyborg places a collar on him that electrocutes him if he tries to leave the Tower. The Titans leave Robin behind to take the day off, hoping it will teach him how to relax. Beast Boy, who was supposed to be fighting with the others, returns and teaches Robin to become one with the couch. Robin finds the reason he couldn't relax dates back to his days as a baby living at Haly's Circus, where his belongings were constantly stolen by the circus animals, causing his vigilant behavior. He takes the day off and turns off his communicator just as he was told, and the other Titans find their desperate calls for help go unanswered as the monster overpowers them.|
|8||4b||"Laundry Day"||Peter Rida Michail||Michael Jelenic||May 14, 2013||104b||1.638|
|Following a fight with a Slime Monster that was attacking the city, the Titans' stained uniforms are due for a cleaning. Dodging his responsibilities to do the laundry, Robin declares a series of epic contests to determine who will handle it, ending with Raven to deal with it. As the other Titans try to cope without any clothes, Robin accidentally locks himself out of Titans Tower in the nude and struggles to get back in, with one of his attempts causing Gizmo to reschedule his plans of attacking the city with his giant robots. Soon, the Titans' dirty uniforms develop a mind of their own when the slime takes over and go on the offensive. Sensing their demise, Robin blames himself and claims he would do laundry for a year if they could get out of it. With those words, Raven reveals she had cast a spell on the clothes in order to trick Robin, who now has to live up to his word. A monster made of fruit juice and barbecue sauce then attacks the city and the Titans head out wearing each other's clothes.|
|9||5a||"Ghostboy"||Scott O'Brien||Steve Borst||May 21, 2013||105a||1.839|
When Starfire mistakenly thinks she has killed Beast Boy in his mosquito form and turned him into a ghost, he torments her into doing whatever he asks. When she realizes it was all a prank, she and the other Titans trick Beast Boy into thinking he's become a real ghost. He takes the opportunity to jump into a volcano, prompting the others to go after him.However, they are all killed trying to climb the volcano and become actual ghosts themselves with Cyborg getting attacked by a cougar, the cliff that Robin was jumping across breaking free, and lasers from outer space hitting Raven and Starfire. When they reach him, Beast Boy reveals he knew they were fooling him all along and taunts them, but he accidentally slips and falls into the volcano, much to their amusement. The episode ends with all five Titans as transparent and incorporeal disembodied spirits/ghosts, wondering what to do next.
|10||5b||"La Larva de Amor"||Peter Rida Michail||Amy Wolfram||May 28, 2013||105b||1.829|
|Starfire entrusts the other Titans to take care of Silkie while she is away, but he escapes the tower and winds up in Mexico. There, he captures the affection of a beautiful woman named Sonia and the envy of a jealous gangster named Carlos. The Titans try to think of a way to hide the truth from Starfire, while Silkie has an exciting telenovella adventure, defeating the gangster and rescuing the woman. A furious Starfire nearly destroys the tower when she learns that Silkie is missing, but once he returns, she delightfully asks her friends if they want to see images of her journey as they moan on the floor in pain.|
|11||6a||"Hey Pizza!"||Luke Cormican||Amy Wolfram||June 4, 2013||106a||1.828|
|Cyborg and Beast Boy try to capitalize on Zippy's Pizza's "thirty minutes or its free" deal, but the delivery boy is seemingly unstoppable, and an all-out war of wits erupts between them. Meanwhile, Robin struggles with deciding whether to build a senior center or a pool, tempted by Starfire's announcement of purchasing a bikini and needing a place to use it. Robin finally decides on the senior center, and Starfire decides to model the bikini for him, but it's Silkie who poses in it. Cyborg and Beast boy find out that the pizza ordered to the senior center was later than 30 minutes, and they become insanely furious.|
|12||6b||"Gorilla"||Scott O'Brien||Steve Borst||June 11, 2013||106b||1.982|
|Beast Boy turns into a loud, obnoxious gorilla and refuses to change back, challenging Robin's authority and driving him crazy. Gorilla Beast Boy then overthrows him and takes over the leadership of the Titans, who follow his every command due to his position as an alpha male. The team quickly strays into chaos, and Cyborg decides to teach Robin how to be an alpha male so he can take back his role as leader of the Teen Titans. With Starfire and Raven developing simian behavior themselves, Robin challenges Beast Boy and tickles him into submission.|
|13||7a||"Girl's Night Out"||Peter Rida Michail||Amy Wolfram||June 18, 2013||107a||1.549|
|Robin, Cyborg, and Beast Boy won’t let Starfire come along on their "Boys' Night Out", feeling she isn't crazy enough for the night ahead. To prove that she is and to get back at them, Starfire brings a reluctant Raven along to spring Jinx from prison. The girls have a wild night of their own that ends with all three of them being arrested. Not wanting the fun to end, the girls break out of prison and remain at large. The boys, who bought hats and ate crazy fries in comparison, dismiss the girls' antics as they are chased by the police.|
|14||7b||"You're Fired!"||Luke Cormican||Steve Borst||June 25, 2013||107b||1.562|
|Following a fight with Plasmus, Beast Boy is fired from the Teen Titans due to his repeated failures. Vixen, B'wana Beast, Detective Chimp, and Jayna and Zan, the Wonder Twins audition to be his replacement, with Jayna landing the job. Because she requires Zan to use her powers, he is also hired but as a receptionist. To get his old job back, Beast Boy decides to sabotage Jayna with Zan's help, as the other Titans consider him useless. After coming clean, Zan attempts to run away due to his only power being water, deciding to join the ocean, and is saved by Beast Boy. The Wonder Twins leave the Titans and Beast Boy is hired back on as a receptionist.|
|15||8a||"Super Robin"||Peter Rida Michail||Adam Stein||July 2, 2013||108a||1.739|
Envious of the other Titans' superpowers following their fight with the H.I.V.E. Five (consisting of Mammoth, Gizmo, Jinx, Billy Numerous, and See-More), Robin wants some of his own. After a disastrous scientific experiment goes awry that merges him with the DNA of the American Robin, he convinces Raven to use her magic to give him superpowers.The Titans warn him that such abilities are cursed with misunderstanding, pain, and agony, but are surprised when Robin manages to solve all of the world's problems within three seconds via superhuman speed, inadvertently putting the Teen Titans out of business. Robin lives the remainder of his life alone and without any meaningful purpose. On his deathbed, an elderly Robin finally realizes that his special abilities were indeed a curse, prompting the other elderly Titans to suddenly appear and taunt him that they were right all along, causing him to flat-line.
|16||8b||"Tower Power"||Scott O'Brien||Adam Beechen||July 9, 2013||108b||1.745|
None of the Titans are able to stay awake for a late night movie marathon except for Cyborg, who complains that their physical limitations ruin his fun. When he boasts about his superiority, Beast Boy accidentally spits soda on him, causing him to malfunction. The Titans attempt to clean and rebuild him but fail miserably. They plug his head into the Titans Tower control panel, which grants him control over the entire tower.Taking the form of a monitor, Cyborg intrudes upon the other Titans' privacy, and they conspire to remove his head from the control panel. Cyborg retaliates by attacking them with household appliances until he supposedly regains his senses, then knocks them out. The Titans awaken to find themselves merged with the appliances, and they take their newly acquired super-abilities in stride.
|17||9a||"Parasite"||Luke Cormican||Tab Murphy and Aaron Horvath (story and teleplay)||July 16, 2013||109a||1.770|
Starfire is collecting food in space when she is struck by an alien creature. Back on Earth, she holds the Tamaranian holiday Feast Day, but the food scares the other Titans off, leaving her feeling hurt and dejected. A bulging infection develops on the side of her torso, a space parasite named Parry that telepathically communicates with Starfire through her mind. Everyone eventually warms up to the parasite except for Robin, who believes Starfire is out of her mind and that the parasite is out to destroy them.His efforts to convince everyone only hurts Starfire more, and Robin attempts to surgically remove it from her in her sleep. Parry then enters Robin's mind, where Robin realizes that he misunderstood both Parry and Starfire. Parry then decides to separate from Starfire and depart from the Titans. As they bid their goodbyes, Parry suddenly mutates into a giant spider alien (the Cironielian Chrysalis Eater from the original series) and warps them all across space. Seeing that he was right all along, Robin rubs it in everyone's face before Parry crushes them with her claws.
|18||9b||"Starliar"||Scott O'Brien||Steve Borst||July 23, 2013||109b||1.854|
|When Starfire is the only Titan invited to the Titans East Annual dance party, Beast Boy teaches her how to lie so that she can spare the other Titans feelings. Soon, Starfire's lies turn all of the Titans against each other. This gets out of hand until Starfire finally tells the truth.|
|19||10a||"Meatball Party"||Peter Rida Michail||Paul Giacoppo||July 30, 2013||110a||1.538|
|While trying to entice Raven into joining a meatball party, Cyborg fires a half-meat, half-robot mystery meatball into her mouth, cracking her tooth and releasing the demon-octopus that lives in her mouth through a mystic portal in her cracked tooth which pulls the titans into her mouth one by one.|
|20||10b||"Staff Meeting"||Luke Cormican||Michael Ryan||August 13, 2013||110b||1.521|
|When Robin's short silver bo-staff weapon is accidentally broken by the other four Titans, he finds it difficult when fighting villains like Cinderblock and Doctor Light. This leads Robin to seek a new and even stronger one at the legendary, mystical Universe Tree. His newly acquired bo-staff weapon is far much stronger and much more effective with magical properties of its very own. When Robin's original beloved bo-staff is finally restored, the Universe Tree part is used by Beast Boy as a plunger component.|
|21||11a||"Terra-ized"||Luke Cormican||Eric Rogers||August 20, 2013||111a||1.868|
|When Beast Boy happily believes that Terra is his new beloved sweetheart and girlfriend, Raven is suspicious of her true motives, which is to tricking Beast Boy into giving out the Titan's weaknesses.|
|22||11b||"Artful Dodgers"||Luke Cormican||J. M. DeMatteis||August 27, 2013||111b||1.798|
|After their fight against the H.I.V.E. Five, the Titans believe they will win an upcoming dodgeball championship (albeit the only thing they've practiced being their victory dance). After beating the teams led by Doctor Light and Cinderblock, the Titans discover that their latest opponents are the H.I.V.E. Fivers.|
|23||12a||"Burger vs. Burrito"||Peter Rida Michail||John Loy||September 3, 2013||112a||1.698|
|Cyborg and Beast Boy are in perfect sync except when it comes to their taste in food. What’s the best food ever created, burgers or burritos? The two best friends have an all-out competition to settle things once and for all, which irritates Robin, Starfire, and Raven.|
|24||12b||"Matched"||Luke Cormican||Steve Borst||September 11, 2013||112b||1.437|
|Cyborg’s Love Matcher 5,000 program pairs Raven with Beast Boy and Starfire with Aquaman. Meanwhile, Robin tries to be more like Aquaman to win Starfire’s heart.|
|25||13a||"Colors of Raven"||Peter Rida Michail||Amy Wolfram||September 18, 2013||113a||1.676|
|A mysterious prism that Doctor Light tried to steal from the museum creates five Ravens, each of a different color and with a different aspect of her personality (purple-loving, red-angry, pink-happy, orange-lazy, gray-timid). The Ravens disrupt life in the Tower so much that the others decide to use the crystal to put them back together again, but they have to catch them first.|
|26||13b||"The Left Leg"||Peter Rida Michail||John Loy||September 25, 2013||113b||1.706|
|Cyborg creates a huge Titan robot powered by all five Titans, each of whom controls a different body part. Even though Cyborg tells Robin that everybody’s part is as good as the others, Robin gripes about his role as the left leg and makes some improvements to his section of the robot to make sure that the left leg is the strongest and most powerful part of all... especially when Gizmo is leading his giant robot army to attack Jump City.|
|27||14a||"Books"||Peter Rida Michail||John Loy||October 2, 2013||114a||1.589|
|The Titans discover the wonders of reading. When Robin, Cyborg, Beast Boy, and Starfire read one of Raven's books, it ends up creating antagonistic versions of Benjamin Franklin, Pinocchio, the Invisible Man, and a flock of pelicans as a result of having these imaginations in their mind. Raven tells her teammates that they must shut out their imagination to defeat them, which they do by stating serious thoughts about the books.|
|28||14b||"Lazy Sunday"||Peter Rida Michail||John Loy||October 9, 2013||114b||1.576|
|Cyborg and Beast Boy love lazy Sundays sitting on the couch... even when it’s a Tuesday! But when Robin replaces the couch with a treadmill, Cyborg and Beast Boy must embrace the new active lifestyle.|
|29||15a||"Starfire the Terrible"||Peter Rida Michail||Steve Borst||October 16, 2013||115a||1.546|
|When Robin needs an archenemy, Starfire generously offers to fill in the role and she far exceeds Robin's expectations.|
|30||15b||"Power Moves"||Luke Cormican||Merrill Hagan||October 23, 2013||115b||1.615|
|Beast Boy and Cyborg love doing "Power Moves", (two heroes or heroines combining their individual abilities into one supercharged attack), but when Robin and Cyborg begin to create power moves of their own, Beast Boy begins to get jealous.|
|31||16a||"Staring at the Future"||Scott O'Brien||John Loy||October 30, 2013||116a||1.254|
|Cyborg and Beast Boy have a staring contest over the last pizza slice that lasts for 30 years. When it ends, they discover that in this future, Robin has become Nightwing and has a family with Batgirl, Starfire is queen of her home world Tamaran, and Raven has defeated her evil demon-father and has become an immortal celestial goddess and the pure godly and cosmic embodiment of all light and good and all other positive forces in the entire universe. Disgusted with this 30-year future and their best friends having duties and responsibilities, Cyborg and Beast Boy attempt to go back in time and change things.|
|32||16b||"No Power"||Luke Cormican||J. M. DeMatteis and Jeff Mednikow||November 6, 2013||116b||1.441|
|Feeling the other Titans depend too much on their superpowers, Robin challenges them to go twenty-four hours without using their special abilities. To his distress, they all succeed, leading him to question his own value to the team.|
|33||17a||"Sidekick"||Scott O'Brien||Amy Wolfram||November 13, 2013||117a||1.730|
|Robin gets called back to the Bat-Cave but only as a house-sitter while Batman’s away, and the other Titans show up and tease Robin about his sidekick status.|
|34||17b||"Caged Tiger"||Peter Rida Michail||John Loy||November 20, 2013||117b||1.679|
|After their "bro-cation" – a vacation just for the bros – Cyborg, Beast Boy, and Robin return closer than ever... but their bro-mentum is interrupted by Dr. Light. Raven and Starfire don't want to go with the bros in the elevator, so Raven just teleports and Starfire flies away. However, while en route to the fight, the guys get stuck in the elevator, which quickly tests how long their good feelings can last while Starfire and Raven end up spending some quality time with Dr. Light while waiting for the guys. In the elevator, Robin starts to worry like "a caged tiger," so Cyborg and Beast Boy try to calm him down by asking how his relationship with Starfire is going. This does nothing. After the bros fight in the elevator the elevator starts to work again. While Raven and Starfire are talking to Dr. Light about becoming a hero, they are interrupted by Robin, Cyborg, and Beast Boy who beat Dr. Light.|
|35||18a||"Second Christmas"||Peter Rida Michail||Amy Wolfram||December 4, 2013||118a||1.432|
The Titans wake up to a beautiful Christmas morning. They open presents, wear ugly and unattractive sweaters, go outside in the snow and make snow angels, snowmen, and have snowball fights. The Titans then have a large Christmas dinner. The next morning, Beast Boy, Cyborg, Raven, and Starfire are upset that Christmas is over, unlike Robin who is just happy that there won't be a mess anymore. Starfire then tells the others that she will be gone for the day celebrating the Tamaranian holiday of the Great Kergof.This leads to Beast Boy, Cyborg, and Raven to tricking Starfire into thinking that there is a "Second Christmas" with a "Second Santa". They tell Starfire that she has to put up everything again for a Second Christmas to happen. Robin tries to tell Starfire that there is no such thing as a Second Christmas, although the others convince her otherwise. After doing the same activities of yesterday Starfire waits on the roof of the tower for Second Santa's miracle. The Titans then go to the roof and confess that there is no Second Christmas. Infuriated, Starfire attacks the other Titans (including Robin who asks "What did I do?"). A beam of light goes on the tower with everyone thinking that Second Santa had arrived but it was actually the Titan reactor exploding. 364 days later the Titans wake up in a hospital and think that them in a coma was a miracle because they didn't have to wait for the next Christmas.
|36||18b||"Nose Mouth"||Scott O'Brien||Tom Pugsley||January 8, 2014||118b||1.623|
|Raven succumbs to pressure to use her dark magic to solve problems around the Tower, but becomes more and more evil with each dark spell. This leads with her to change, not only the other four Titans, but the entire world.|
|37||19a||"Legs"||Luke Cormican||John Loy||January 15, 2014||119a||1.617|
|Robin swipes Raven's cloak, revealing her leggy figure. In doing so, she develops a much braver and bolder personality and takes on a new alter ego, "Lady Legasus", and leaves the Titans. Meanwhile, Cyborg gets stuck in the discarded cloak, bringing about a darker side of his personality. Eventually Lady Legasus returns to fight him and becomes Raven once again.|
|38||19b||"Breakfast Cheese"||Scott O'Brien||James Krieg||January 22, 2014||119b||1.572|
|Starfire convinces the other reluctant Titans to try defeating their enemies with kindness and compassion rather than violence and aggression.|
|39||20a||"Waffles"||Luke Cormican||John Loy||February 5, 2014||120a||1.760|
|When Cyborg and Beast Boy somehow can only say "waffles", the other Titans get really upset when they can't understand what they're saying. As a result, the two are benched as the other Titans investigate a distress signal resulting in them falling into a trap by Brother Blood. And he is annoyed that they can't say anything else, especially as he wants the vocal recognition codes for the Titans weapons arsenal.|
|40||20b||"Be Mine"||Peter Rida Michail||John Loy||February 12, 2014||120b||2.005|
|It's Valentine's Day, and the Titans are throwing a dance. Beast Boy knows who he wants to go with, and thing is... he wants to go with Terra, his ex-girlfriend, who already made a crack at eliminating the Titans. Beast Boy tricks Raven into getting her back from the trash she threw Terra in. Terra still wants revenge and Raven shows Beast Boy that Terra hates him behind his back. Beast Boy sings Terra a song for her not to attack, but Raven battles her and puts her back in the trash hole where Beast Boy goes with her. In the end, Raven said that she never told her true feelings for Beast Boy.|
|41||21a||"Opposites"||Scott O'Brien||Steve Borst||February 19, 2014||121a||1.871|
|Cyborg and Jinx fall for each other and carry on an illicit good/evil romance, even though the Teen Titans and H.I.V.E. Five disapprove. The episode chronologically takes place before the previous episode.|
|42||21b||"Birds"||Luke Cormican||Sean Kreiner, Jeff Mediknow, and Dave Stone (story)
Sean Kreiner, Jeff Mediknow, Dave Stone, and John Loy (teleplay)
|February 26, 2014||121b||TBA|
|Robin removes two mockingbirds from the chimney with a gas he created in his lab, but the chemicals mutate the birds into muscular bullies who then move into the Titans Tower. The overrule of birds might be a parody of Alfred Hitchcock's suspense/horror film, The Birds.|
|43||22a||"Brain Food"||TBA||TBA||March 5, 2014||122a||TBA|
|Beast Boy is tired of being the least intelligent of the Titans. When all his efforts to get smart fail, he uses Raven's spell book to cast a spell – not to make himself smarter, but to make all the other Titans dumber.|
|44||22b||"In and Out"||TBA||TBA||March 12, 2014||122b||TBA|
|Beast Boy destroys the H.I.V.E on his own, he gets a reward but it's Chicken, Beast Boy is begging for Seafood he never tells the other Titans he's a vegetarian (expect for Cyborg) later on Cyborg gets him Fish and Shrimp and The Titans realize he is a vegetarian.|
|45||23a||"Little Buddies"||TBA||TBA||March 19, 2014||123a||TBA|
|46||23b||"Missing"||TBA||TBA||March 26, 2014||123b||TBA|
Season 2 (2014–2015)
- Some listings have the episode "Dog Hand" under the title "Raven's Daddy Dearest". It is named "Dog Hand" within the episode itself.
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