List of Teen Titans episodes
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Teen Titans is an American animated television series. It premiered on Cartoon Network on July 19, 2003 and aired until January 16, 2006, with sixty-five episodes; of thirteen each, over five seasons. The series was followed by a 2006 movie, Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo. All five seasons are available on DVD. Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo DVD came with the so called "The Lost Episode".
|Season||Episodes||Originally aired||DVD release dates|
|1||13||2003||February 7, 2006|
|2||13||2004||September 12, 2006|
|3||13||2004||April 10, 2007|
|4||13||2005||November 20, 2007|
|5||13||2005 – 2006||July 22, 2008|
Season 1: 2003 (Kids' WB 2003-2004)
Season one comprised 13 episodes, which aired over a period of two months between July 2003 and October 2003. Season one premiered on Cartoon Network three months before its Kids' WB debut on The WB Television Network between November 2003 and January 2004. The story arc episodes of the first season focus on Robin's obsession with stopping the villainous Slade, while enduring horrible mind games orchestrated by the aforementioned Slade. Robin's conflict with Slade culminates in the season finale "Apprentice".
These episodes were released on The Complete First Season DVD on February 7, 2006.
|No. in series||No. in season||Title||Villains||U.S. Air Date||Production
|1||1||"Divide and Conquer"||Slade, Cinderblock, Plasmus||August 2, 2003 (Cartoon Network)
November 15, 2003 (Kids' WB)
The pilot episode of Teen Titans opens with a shot of a maximum security jail. A stone monster named Cinderblock has broken in. The Titans' attempt to stop Cinderblock from breaking into prison goes awry when Robin and Cyborg's "Sonic Boom" tag-team maneuver backfires and Cinderblock escapes with a quarantined villain, Plasmus. A fierce argument between Robin and Cyborg ensues, and causes Cyborg to announce his decision to quit the team. The rest of the team battle Plasmus and eventually Cyborg returns to defeat Plasmus and CinderBlock. The end of the day leaves the team with a burning question in mind: who was behind all this?Note: Although "Divide and Conquer" was produced first, it got switched by "Final Exam" for unknown reasons (except for "Sisters") during the premieres on Cartoon Network and Kids' WB. The air date for this episode differs with "Final Exam"; The "first" episode differs by region.
|2||2||"Sisters"||Blackfire||July 26, 2003 (Cartoon Network)
November 8, 2003 (Kids' WB)
Starfire is suddenly attacked by an alien device sent to capture "the tamaranian girl". After a victory against it, the Titans go back home, to find Starfire's sister Blackfire (also voiced by Hynden Walch) there. Starfire feels that she is being replaced by Blackfire as a Teen Titan. So she goes to the rooftop to leave when Robin tells her to stay. After being captured by Centauri moon police, she realizes that they had wanted Blackfire the whole time, and that her sister intended Starfire to take her place in jail. Starfire refuses to take anymore and soon a fight ensues.Note: Although "Divide and Conquer" and "Final Exam" had their air dates changed for unknown reasons (they were produced in order with "Sisters") when they premiered on Cartoon Network and Kids' WB, this episode aired on the scheduled air dates.
|3||3||"Final Exam"||Jinx, Gizmo, and Mammoth||July 19, 2003 (Cartoon Network)
November 1, 2003 (Kids' WB)
The super-villain training academy known as H.I.V.E. Academy presents three of its finest cadets - Jinx, Mammoth, and Gizmo - for their first mission: to beat the Teen Titans. They succeeded in two attacks, in which Robin - the group's leader - goes missing in the aftermath of the first, and the second forces the Rest of the Group - Starfire, Raven, Cyborg, and Beast Boy from their home of Titan's Tower. Will they be able to take back the tower? At the end of the episode Robin finally learns of a villain named Slade, the same who was behind the events of Divide and Conquer.Note: Although "Final Exam" was produced third, it got switched by "Divide and Conquer" for unknown reasons (except for "Sisters") during the premieres on Cartoon Network and Kids' WB. The air date for this episode differs with "Divide and Conquer"; the "first" episode differs by region.
|4||4||"Forces of Nature"||Thunder and Lightning (both later become allies of the Titans) and Slade||August 16, 2003 (Cartoon Network)
January 24, 2004 (Kids' WB)
|The two teenage brothers Thunder and Lightning roam the town looking for fun. Unfortunately, their idea of fun is wrecking everything in sight, regardless of those being injured in the process. Meanwhile, after a prank intended for Cyborg is accidentally pulled on Starfire, Beast Boy has to deal with keeping Thunder and Lightning under control and earn Starfire's forgiveness.|
|5||5||"The Sum of His Parts"||Mumbo||August 23, 2003 (Cartoon Network)
February 7, 2004 (Kids' WB)
|While playing football in the park, Cyborg suddenly shuts down. After rebooting, he tells the other Titans that his batteries are dying and requires recharging, but doesn't get the chance, because the nefarious Mumbo is causing havoc in Jump City. While facing him down, Cyborg's emergency batteries falls of, and his inert body falls down into the underground depths of a junkyard. The Titans believe Mumbo has kidnapped him, but he has instead been found by a strange machine called Fixit, who doesn't share Cyborg's views of humanity. Instead, he believes it to be a flawed part of Cyborg's biology- one that he intends to correct, with or without Cyborg's consent.|
|6||6||"Nevermore"||Raven's Rage and Dr. Light||August 30, 2003 (Cartoon Network)
January 17, 2004 (Kids' WB)
|During a battle with Dr. Light, Raven loses control of her powers, which makes the Titans worried. Later, Beast Boy and Cyborg go to Raven’s room to apologize but knock her door down, and Beast Boy discovers a strange-looking mirror, which sucks him and Cyborg into an alternate realm where they meet different sides of Raven. Unknown to them, they've stumbled upon a portal into Raven's mind, where extremely terrifying thoughts and threats are waiting for them deep within.|
|7||7||"Switched"||Puppet King||September 6, 2003 (Cartoon Network)
February 14, 2004 (Kids' WB)
|The Puppet King traps the souls of Robin, Cyborg and Beast Boy and takes control of their bodies. While trying to do the same on Starfire and Raven, he fails, but their souls switch into each other's bodies and they'll have to learn how to use the other's powers and work together to save their friends before the Puppet King enacts a wicked ceremony that will destroy them.|
|8||8||"Deep Six"||Trident||September 13, 2003 (Cartoon Network)
January 10, 2004 (Kids' WB)
|A mysterious new villain called Trident appears and starts stealing nuclear waste from ships. The Titans go to investigate and meet a new hero, Aqualad, that teams up to help them fight Trident. Unfortunately, while Starfire and Raven fawn over his looks, Beast Boy and Aqualad start to fight about who is better or not. At the end they realize they should stick together. Their fight also helps them out later on.|
|9||9||"Masks"||Slade||September 20, 2003 (Cartoon Network)
November 29, 2003 (Kids' WB)
|The Titans soon discover that Slade - the villain responsible for Plasmus' escape and the H.I.V.E students - is up to his old tricks, and that he wants more technology. Robin isolates himself more and more from the team. Out of nowhere a new villain appears, and goes by the name Red-X. He knows all the titans' weaknesses and takes them down in a clean sweep. However he also saves Beastboy from being hit by a train, and that causes some suspicion. Red-X steals all the computer chips Slade wants. Red-X, however, has flaws in his plan to gain the trust of Slade, like how he has the same personality as Robin. Starfire figures out it really is Robin behind the mask, and soon all is returned to normal, but Robin has damaged the trust his friends have placed in him.|
|10||10||"Mad Mod"||Mad Mod||September 27, 2003 (Cartoon Network)
November 22, 2003 (Kids' WB)
|Mysteriously ambushed and knocked out cold, the Titans wake to find themselves in the hands of Mad Mod who has decided that the Titans are misbehaving children who need to go back to school. He says he'll teach them a lesson they won't forget, a lesson which includes hypnosis, brainwashing, and dangerous school materials.|
|11||11||"Car Trouble"||Overload, Cash, Sammy and Gizmo||November 11, 2003 (Cartoon Network)
December 6, 2003 (Kids' WB)
|Cyborg has finally finished his 'baby', the T-Car. But after a battle with Overload his car disappears. It successively ends up in the hands of two punks called Cash and Sammy, and eventually Gizmo, then Overload, the last of which forces Cyborg to make a painful choice.|
|12||12||"Apprentice (Part 1)"||Slade and Cinderblock||October 4, 2003 (Cartoon Network)
February 21, 2004 (Kids' WB)
|Slade threatens to use a Chronoton Detonator, a device which can destroy the entire city if triggered by freezing time forever. Robin goes after Slade, and learns Slade's true plans. The detonator was just a front for something much darker, and it now threatens the rest of the team from the inside out, unless Robin agrees to Slade's every command.|
|13||13||"Apprentice (Part 2)"||Slade, Robin (temporary)||October 11, 2003 (Cartoon Network)
February 28, 2004 (Kids' WB)
|Robin is blackmailed into becoming Slade's apprentice, or else he'll lose his friends at the push of a button. Shocked that their friend is now fighting against them, the rest of the Titans work to discover the underlying details behind Robin's sudden change of heart. However, when the truth comes out, Slade forces his hand and leaves Robin backed into a corner, but not helpless. Refusing to let Slade destroy his friends or control him any longer, he does the unthinkable.|
Season 2: 2004 (Kids' WB 2004)
Season two comprised thirteen episodes, over a period of seven months between January 2004 and August 2004. The story arc episodes of the second season focus on the new and sixth Teen Titan Terra, while highlighting the romantic relationship between her and fellow Titan Beast Boy. Terra's ultimate betrayal and redemption, along with her battle with Beast Boy and the other Teen Titans, occur in the two-part season finale "Aftershock".
These episodes were released on The Complete Second Season DVD on September 12, 2006.
|No. in series||No. in season||Title||Villain/s||U.S. Air Date||Production
|14||1||"How Long Is Forever?"||Warp||January 10, 2004 (Cartoon Network)
October 2, 2004 (Kids' WB)
|Starfire is trying to commemorate the Tamaranian holiday Blorthog, a festival of friendship, is disheartened at the sight of the rest of the team at each other's throats. It only gets worse when Warp, a villain from the future, comes back in time to steal an antique. The Titans are defeated, but Starfire chases after Warp when he prepares to leap ahead to the next century. She gets thrown through Warp's time portal but tears off a vital component of his suit, stopping Warp's lurch through time - but not soon enough. Starfire finds herself 20 years into the future - a very bleak one where the Titans have gone their separate ways since her disappearance.|
|15||2||"Every Dog Has His Day"||Soto||January 17, 2004 (Cartoon Network)
September 11, 2004 (Kids' WB)
|Being ignored by his busy teammates, Beast Boy feels lonely, so he wanders Jump City, eventually turning into a green dog. To his surprise, he crashes into another green dog that is being pursued by a space ship. The ship picks Beast Boy up mistaking him for the lost pet. On board the ship, Beast Boy meets Soto, the dog's owner, an alien who acts all of two years old- and throws vicious tantrums aplenty. Beast Boy tries to makes his escape before Soto takes off for his home planet, but it's[clarification needed] not as easy as he thought it would be. Meanwhile, the other Titans have noticed Beast Boy has gone missing, and end up chasing Soto's dog, believing it's their teammate. They finally chase him into a trap and makes the dog help them find Beast Boy.|
|16||3||"Terra"||Slade||January 24, 2004 (Cartoon Network)
September 18, 2004 (Kids' WB)
|The Titans meet a young girl named Terra, who has power over the earth itself. At first she seems like she'll be a great addition to the team, but Terra has a secret and only Beast Boy and Slade knows the truth. She ends up running away when the rest of the Titans find out her secret.|
|17||4||"Only Human"||Atlas||January 31, 2004 (Cartoon Network)
September 25, 2004 (Kids' WB)
|When Cyborg beats a 100% robot named Atlas in an online video game, he challenges Cyborg to a real, physical fight, a fight Cyborg loses due to Atlas having lesser limits on his strength. Atlas then kidnaps Robin, Starfire, Raven, and Beast Boy as his prize and challenges Cyborg to a rematch where his friends’ lives are at stake.|
|18||5||"Fear Itself"||Control Freak and Raven (Subconsciously, the enemies only being embodiments of her refused fears)||February 7, 2004 (Cartoon Network)
October 9, 2004 (Kids' WB)
|After taking down Control Freak, the Titans watch a scary movie- but the nightmares it portrays soon become reality. After the Titans finish watching it, strange, terrifying things start to happen at Titans Tower. Creatures begin to show up and Raven's powers somehow don't work. When the Titans begin to disappear, they are forced to wonder if Control Freak is out for revenge or is something much more inexplicable going on?|
|19||6||"Date with Destiny"||Killer Moth, Kitten and Fang||February 14, 2004 (Cartoon Network)
December 4, 2004 (Kids' WB)
|In order to protect the city from an army of moths, Robin has no choice but to agree to the villain Killer Moth's demand: to take his daughter, Kitten, to her prom. He is accompanied by a jealous Starfire and Kitten's ex.|
|20||7||"Transformation"||Cironielian Chrysalis Eater and Plasmus.||February 21, 2004 (Cartoon Network)
November 27, 2004 (Kids' WB)
|Starfire wakes up one day to discover a huge lump on her forehead. Terrified, she consults Raven, who dismisses it as a zit. Starfire is relieved, until more changes start to happen, including tusks on her neck, long, striped nails, and scaly skin. Believing she is turning into a monster, she leaves and takes refuge deep into space. She meets a charming, kindhearted alien who dispels her fears, but this alien isn't all she appears to be.|
|21||8||"Titan Rising"||Slade||February 28, 2004 (Cartoon Network)
November 20, 2004 (Kids' WB)
|Terra reappears, and is ready to join the team. She must now prove herself to the Titans, especially Raven, who has her suspicions. Not long after she returns, Slade also reemerges to wreak havoc on Jump City once more and plots to bury Titans Tower with his robotic worms.|
|22||9||"Winner Take All"||Master of Games||March 6, 2004 (Cartoon Network)
November 13, 2004 (Kids' WB)
|During a fierce card game in the Tower, Robin, Cyborg, and Beast Boy are zapped to another dimension, along with Speedy, Hot Spot, Gizmo, Aqualad, and Wildebeest. Here they meet the Master of Games, who announces that they are invited to a battle tournament to decide who is the greatest warrior of all time. Cyborg however soon starts to suspect the tournament of being more than what the Master of Games tells them.|
|23||10||"Betrayal"||Slade, Terra||July 31, 2004 (Cartoon Network)
December 11, 2004 (Kids' WB)
|After a few weeks with the Titans, Terra is really starting to fit in. Trusting his heart, Beast Boy asks Terra out on a date, and she accepts, much to his elation- but everything's not as perfect as it seems. Slade crashes their date and unveils that Terra has been hiding her true allegiance all this time, especially as his commandos attack Titans Tower.|
|24||11||"Fractured"||Johnny Rancid||August 7, 2004 (Cartoon Network)
January 29, 2005 (Kids' WB)
|During a chase of the villain Johnny Rancid on the R-cycle, Robin breaks his arm, the R-cycle is wrecked and Rancid gets away. Robin is blaming himself for Rancid's escape when suddenly an inter-dimensional version of himself called "Nosyarg Kcid" (Dick Grayson spelled backwards) (aka Larry) bursts out from his skull. Soon, reality warping antics ensue, much more so when Rancid finds a way to harness Larry's powers for himself.|
|25||12||"Aftershock (Part 1)"||Slade, Terra, Plasmus, Overload and Cinderblock||August 14, 2004 (Cartoon Network)
February 5, 2005 (Kids' WB)
|Terra returns- but now following under Slade with a totally uncharacteristic and horrifying desire for vengeance. The Titans must now stop three escaped criminals, and their former comrade turned enemy.|
|26||13||"Aftershock (Part 2)"||Slade, Ternion (Plasmus, Overload and Cinderblock), Mumbo (in a flashback) and Terra (who later redeems herself)||August 21, 2004 (Cartoon Network)
February 12, 2005 (Kids' WB)
|With the Titans seemingly gone, Slade has taken control of the city, but the Titans don't go down so easily. They unleash payback on Terra for betraying them to join Slade, which leaves her feeling broken inside more than ever before. Regretting every action since her betrayal, she begs Beast Boy to finish her off before Slade takes control of the situation and causes a horrific and saddening fate that leads to his own demise.|
Season 3: 2004
Season three comprised 13 episodes, aired over a period of five months between August 2004 and November 2004. The story arc episodes of the third season focus on Cyborg's difficulty accepting his own maturity, and his desire to lead his own team, which brings him into conflict with the Teen Titans. The season also focuses on his battles with the supervillain Brother Blood. Cyborg's desires for leadership and his final battle with Brother Blood are explored in the season finale "Titans East".
These episodes were released on The Complete Third Season DVD on April 10, 2007.
|No. in series||No. in season||Title||Villain/s||U.S. Air Date||Production
|27||1||"Deception"||Brother Blood, Gizmo, Jinx and Mammoth||August 28, 2004 (Cartoon Network)||257–481|
|The Titans send Cyborg undercover as Stone to investigate the HIVE's newest plan. Cyborg finds out that a new headmaster, Brother Blood, is now in charge of the academy, with a whole slew of nasty plots underway to unleash terror.|
|28||2||"X"||Red X, Professor Chang||September 4, 2004 (Cartoon Network)||257–482|
|The Titans investigate a break-in by an unknown intruder. Much to the group's surprise, the thief is Robin's (retired) criminal alter-ego, Red X. As the team scrambles to track him down, Robin broods on how the creation of Red X was a mistake, and resolves to fix it by bringing the new Red X down. Things take an unexpected turn when Professor Chang, a scientist and weapons dealer, captures the other Titans and prepares to unleash a doomsday weapon on the city, forcing a team-up between Robin and Red X to stop him. Can this unlikely alliance save the city?|
|29||3||"Betrothed"||Blackfire||September 11, 2004 (Cartoon Network)||257–483|
|Starfire is called upon to her home planet of Tamaran to be married by order of the Grand Ruler, only to find Blackfire is now in charge after staging a coup, and is now exacting revenge on her sister for imprisonment by making her wed a hideous alien groom or face a planetary invasion force. Robin becomes extremely jealous of the Sklerch she is marrying, named Glrdlsklechhh, and the Titans soon discover that the invasion is a fraud and Blackfire has a more selfish motive for marrying off her sister. Starfire refuses to marry him during the ceremony, and challenges Blackfire for the crown of Tamaran. Can Starfire win?|
|30||4||"Crash"||Virus||September 18, 2004 (Cartoon Network)||257–484|
|Beast Boy wants to play a video game, and tries to do so on the computers in Titan Tower, with little success. He unwittingly attempts to use Cyborg's System Recharger and accidentally downloads a virus onto it, which transfers to Cyborg and makes him hallucinate, giving him an insatiable appetite- and everything he sees is food. The Titans reluctantly enlist Gizmo to help vanquish the virus, but the viral program's one of the most tenacious kinds ever made.|
|31||5||"Haunted"||Slade and Cinderblock||October 2, 2004 (Cartoon Network)||257–485|
|Ever since Slade died, Robin has been questioning whether or not Slade is really gone. However, when Cinderblock breaks out of jail, Robin begins seeing Slade again. However, the problem is that he is the only one who can. Has Slade actually returned, or is there something sinister messing with Robin's head?|
|32||6||"Spellbound"||Malchior and Kardiak||October 9, 2004 (Cartoon Network)||257–486|
|Raven is isolating herself from the other Titans, feeling that no one understands her and that they only regard her as being "creepy". One day, she discovers the ancient soul and spirit of a teenaged wizard named Malchior, who is trapped within one of her magic mystical books. He appears to understand her and encourages her to not feel down about being different, making her happier and more cheerful. Raven falls in love with him and she decides to break the exceptionally strong and powerful curse which binds him to the book. However, Malchior is not everything he appears to be.|
|33||7||"Revolution"||Mad Mod||October 16, 2004 (Cartoon Network)||257–487|
|It's the Fourth of July and everyone is celebrating, until Mad Mod crashes the party and uses his hypno-screens to hypnotize everyone into serving him as "King Moddy the First" and transforms the city's infrastructure into strange copies of British buildings, claiming that the United States now belong with Britain again. When the Titans go after him, he steals Robin's youth with his cane, turning the leader of the Teen Titans into a gray-haired and weak old man, and the rest of the team has to rescue him while facing down the belligerent Brit's army.|
|34||8||"Wavelength"||Brother Blood||October 23, 2004 (Cartoon Network)||257–488|
|Aqualad appears at the Tower to warn the Titans about Brother Blood's latest weapon: a sonic generator based on Cyborg's blueprints, capable of creating a tidal wive large enough to destroy the city. However, Blood is prepared for their arrival and trashes the T-Sub, making their escape that much harder. Luckily, another teen hero is playing double agent from within the H.I.V.E. and is more than ready to lend a hand in bringing down Blood.|
|35||9||"The Beast Within"||Adonis||October 30, 2004 (Cartoon Network)||257–489|
|After a battle with Adonis, Beast Boy gets flung into stash of mutating chemicals and soaked with the toxic substance. Shortly afterward, his behavior drastically changes. No longer is he a happy-go-lucky joker, but a short-fused and menacing punk who has it in for Raven after she rubs him the wrong way, which makes the team fearful that Beast Boy will attempt to attack them. Those suspicions raise further when Raven and Beastboy go M.I.A. The other Titans find Raven, but in the teeth of a werewolf-like beast. The Titans defeat the werewolf- only to find out it was Beast Boy all along. Robin has no choice but to interrogate him as though he were a criminal. Beast Boy cannot recall much of what happened, and gets angry when Robin starts to push him too hard. He turns back into the beast and runs away. Will the Teen Titans be able to bring him back before it's too late, or is something else lurking in the dark?|
|36||10||"Can I Keep Him?"||Killer Moth and Johnny Rancid||November 6, 2004 (Cartoon Network)||257–490|
|After defeating Johnny Rancid, the Titans return to the Tower only to find it half destroyed. It turns out Beast Boy has taken one of Killer Moth's silkworms as a pet and has named him 'Silkie'. To stop Silkie from being discovered, Beast Boy gives Silkie to Starfire who immediately falls in love with the adorable critter. However, when she feeds him with alien food from her home planet Tamaran, he grows dramatically in size and it becomes impossible to hide him in the tower any longer. When the jig is up, Robin makes her part ways with Silkie- which allows Killer Moth to retrieve his long-lost larva and turn it into the savage insect he engineered it to be.|
|37||11||"Bunny Raven... or... How to Make A Titananimal Disappear"||Mumbo Jumbo||November 13, 2004 (Cartoon Network)||257–491|
|When trying to stop The Amazing Mumbo, the Titans are sucked into his hat and Raven is separated from the rest of the group. However, when they find her, they discover that Raven has been transformed into a rabbit. Soon after, Mumbo Jumbo changes the rest of the Titans into animals: Robin, a monkey; Starfire, an orange and black striped cat; Cyborg, a bear wearing an endless number of tutus; and Beast Boy, a lamp (retaining his ability to shapeshift, but restricted to inanimate objects), after he learns turning him into an animal is pointless. The Titans must think of a way to defeat Mumbo, otherwise they will disappear forever after Mumbo's grand finale.|
|38||12||"Titans East (Part 1)"||Brother Blood and SteamRoller||November 20, 2004 (Cartoon Network)||257–492|
|A new branch of the Titans is founded to help track down Brother Blood. Bearing the name Titans East, it consists of Bumblebee, Speedy, Aqualad, and the super fast Guatemalan twins Más y Menos. Cyborg goes to assist in building the Titans East Tower when Brother Blood suddenly shows up. A large battle ensues with an army of robots based on Cyborg's specs, which stuns Cyborg himself once more. Fortunately, the team emerges victorious- but in reality, Blood's been pulling more strings than Cyborg was aware of...|
|39||13||"Titans East (Part 2)"||Brother Blood, Professor Chang, Aqualad, Bumblebee, Speedy, Mas y Menos (all 5 under Brother Blood's mind control)||November 27, 2004 (Cartoon Network)||257–493|
|To Cyborg's shock, the Titans East reveal that they are under Brother Blood's mind control. Brother Blood then himself reappears with some shocking changes: he is now half robot, having used Cyborg's technology on himself, and with plans to repeat the procedure on some guinea pigs- namely, the Titans East. Cyborg barely manages to escape, and he calls the other four Teen Titans for help. Will Brother Blood achieve total victory at last? Only Cyborg can determine the outcome, and he must realize how he defies Blood's control.|
Season 4: 2005
Season four comprised thirteen episodes, aired over a period of six months between January 2005 and July 2005. The story arc episodes of the fourth season focus on Raven's repressed emotions concerning her father, Trigon, and her destiny to destroying Earth. It is also the season where Slade makes a reappearance. The Teen Titans' final battle with Trigon occurs in the three-part season finale, "The End".
These episodes were released on The Complete Fourth Season DVD on November 20, 2007.
|Title||Villain/s||U.S. Air Date||Production
|40||1||"Episode 257–494"||Control Freak||January 15, 2005||257–494|
Control Freak escapes from jail, and manages to enter the world of television. The Titans give chase, but Control Freak's extensive knowledge of television entertainment causes great hardship. The better chance of the Titans is trusted in Beast Boy and his knowledge, being on par with Control Freak's, in TV.Note: The original title of this episode was "Don't Touch That Dial".
|41||2||"The Quest"||Katarou||January 29, 2005||257–495|
|After losing a fight of martial arts with the villain Katarou, Robin travels to Asia to find an unusually skilled and powerful master of much more skillfully advanced martial arts, known as Chu-Hui, to train him. In the meantime, the other Titans try to fill in the gap left by Robin in a rather unusual fashion.|
|42||3||"Birthmark"||Dr. Light, Slade and Trigon||February 5, 2005||257–496|
|Slade makes a miraculous return from his supposed "death" and - now sporting a wide array of incredibly strong fire/flame/heat-based abilities - appears before the Titans, and on one day Raven hates more than others, her own birthday. While they scramble to discover how he survived Terra's volcanic attack, and the mystery behind his new powers, he targets Raven for unknown reasons. Raven's unique abilities and powers then activate in an unusual manner in order to protect her friends: she temporarily stops time. But Slade isn't affected and a fight ensues between Raven, Robin and Slade. He tries to deliver a message to Raven as Robin learns that Raven holds a dark past underneath her birthday, and is determined to keep her safe from any harm.|
|43||4||"Cyborg the Barbarian"||Krall||February 12, 2005||257–497|
|Cyborg is accidentally thrown five thousand years into the past, and by coincidence comes to the aid of a young woman named Sarasim, whose tribe is under attack by a horde of gruesome creatures. However, the battle wears out his batteries, and there is no place for him to recharge.|
|44||5||"Employee of the Month"||Newfu||February 19, 2005||257–498|
|Amidst a series of UFO raids on farms (with the targets being cows, to everyone's mystification), Beast Boy wants a moped but has no money to get one of his own. Robin won't buy him one and Cyborg won't build one, so the only way for him to get one is to get a job at Mega Meaty Meat, a restaurant which sells nothing but meat. Beast Boy manages to overcome his distaste for meat in order to get the job, but his workplace proves to be more than just a restaurant.|
|45||6||"Troq"||The Locrix||May 14, 2005||257–499|
|Val-Yor, an alien, enlists the help of the Titans to fight an enemy of vicious-fighting machines called the Locrix. Val-Yor is strong, courageous and brave and the Titans immediately take to him, and join him on a mission to finish off the Locrix. However, he displays a noticeable hatred for Starfire and the rest of her Tamaranian kind, something that may alienate the Titans from this self-centered, prejudiced hero.|
|46||7||"The Prophecy"||Slade and Trigon||June 4, 2005||257–500|
|Raven has been hiding a dark secret, but her secret is putting her teammates in danger. Slade is after her again and still wants her to become the portal. She finds that she is unable to escape the prophecy of her birth. It's time her friends find out what her secret is.|
|47||8||"Stranded"||Shrieker the Space Monster||June 11, 2005||257–501|
|When being attacked by an alien in outer space, the Titans inadvertently split the T-Ship apart. Stranded and separated on several different areas of an alien planet, the Titans must now find each other again. Beast Boy displays a bad hand in technological skills, even with simplified instructions from Cyborg, Raven is being followed around by small alien creatures; and Robin and Starfire must come to terms about their strong romantic feelings for each other.|
|48||9||"Overdrive"||Billy Numerous and Adonis||June 18, 2005||257–502|
|Cyborg installs a new computer chip into his circuits, greatly strengthening and increasing his speed and efficiency eight times over. But when a multiplying metahuman, Billy Numerous, appears on the scene, Cyborg may give up a lot to try and catch him.|
|49||10||"Mother Mae-Eye"||Mother Mae-Eye and the H.I.V.E. Five (Gizmo, Jinx, Mammoth, See-More, Private HIVE)||June 25, 2005||257–503|
|Summoned through an enchanted pie accidentally brought back to the Tower by Cyborg, Mother Mae-Eye manages to induce mind-control over all the Titans, mentally regressing them into obedient, sweet "children" who regard her as their mother. When Starfire is accidentally knocked out of the villain's mind-control during a mission against the H.I.V.E. Five, she realizes the truth behind Mother and attempts to bring her fellow Titans' minds back to teenaged maturity.|
|50||11||"The End (Part 1)"||Plasmus, Trigon and Slade||July 2, 2005||257–504|
|Raven discovers that this is the day she has feared her whole life – the day she will end the world. She attempts to make the Titans' final day perfect. She makes them breakfast, they fight Plasmus, and she takes them on a walk. But when Slade comes to reclaim her, the other four Titans refuse to give her up without a fight.|
|51||12||"The End (Part 2)"||Starfire, Cyborg, Beast Boy (all 3 negative-selves), Slade and Trigon||July 9, 2005||257–505|
|Raven has seemingly been destroyed - and so has Earth. Now the four remaining Titans, plus a deeply embittered Slade must stop Trigon and his minions. Their only defense is the mystical Ring of Azar, which is given to them by Slade, and the "farewell blessing" Raven's unusually strong willpower left the Titans to protect them from her father. While Starfire, Cyborg, and Beast Boy fight Trigon and must square off with their negative-selves, Robin ends up working with Slade to find Raven, who he cannot accept is really gone, and soon learns Slade's true agenda.|
|52||13||"The End (Part 3)"||Slade (temporary ally), Trigon, Starfire, Cyborg, Beast Boy (all 3 negative-selves)||July 16, 2005||257–506|
|Robin rescues a younger seven-year-old version of Raven, who has been stripped of both her powers and her memories, but still thinks she must hold the key to Trigon's defeat. Also down in Trigon's realm, Slade fights a demonic guard to regain his "flesh and blood". Meanwhile, the other Titans are fighting for their lives against evil doppelgangers of themselves. The originals find that they are not successful trying to fight the darker and evil doppelgangers, so Starfire suggests that they switch opponents. After which, they re-join with Robin and a young Raven to face their strongest and most powerful enemy yet: Trigon the Terrible, and Raven's true power may not be all gone.|
Season 5: 2005–2006
Season five had thirteen episodes, aired over a period of four months between September 2005 and January 2006. These episodes were released on The Complete Fifth Season DVD on July 22, 2008. The story arc episodes of the fifth season focus on Beast Boy's history of fighting and wanting to stop the Brotherhood of Evil, as well as him maturing. The story involves the Teen Titans away fighting the Brotherhood of Evil and then heads down into the episodes "Calling All Titans" and "Titans Together" and return home in the series finale, "Things Change".
These episodes were released on The Complete Fifth Season DVD on July 22, 2008.
|No. in series||No. in season||Title||Villain/s||U.S. Air Date||Production
|53||1||"Homecoming (Part 1)"||Brotherhood of Evil (The Brain, Monsieur Mallah, Madame Rouge, and General Immortus)||September 24, 2005||507|
|The Doom Patrol, Beast Boy's former teammates, have been captured and Beast Boy and the Titans have to find them. Later, they discover that the Doom Patrol have been taken captive by their worst enemies, the Brotherhood of Evil.|
|54||2||"Homecoming (Part 2)"||Brotherhood of Evil (The Brain, Monsieur Mallah, Madame Rouge and General Immortus), Adonis, André LeBlanc, Angel, Atlas, Billy Numerous, Cheshire, Cinderblock, Control Freak, Ding Dong Daddy, Doctor Light, Fang, Gizmo, H.I.V.E. Headmistress, I.N.S.T.I.G.A.T.O.R., Jinx, Johnny Rancid, Kardiak, Katarou, Killer Moth, Kitten, Kyd Wykkyd, Mad Mod, Malchior, Mammoth, Master Of Games, Mother Mae-Eye, Mumbo, Overload, Plasmus, Phobia, Private H.I.V.E., Psimon, Professor Chang, Punk Rocket, Puppet King, Red X, See-More, Source, Steamroller, Trident, Warp, Wintergreen, Witch, Wrestling Star, and XL Terrestrial||October 1, 2005||508|
|The Doom Patrol have now been saved. Beast Boy rejoins the team, and they are prepared to stop the Brotherhood of Evil once and for all; but the Brotherhood also makes preparations for destroying the Titans and their allies. General Immortus and Madame Rouge also strain the Doom Patrol's hopes of victory. The Teen Titans assist and the Brotherhood base is destroyed. The Doom Patrol respects Beast Boy's decision to remain on the Titans and say goodbye. At a new base, the Brotherhood enlists several villains to destroy the Titans.|
|55||3||"Trust"||Madame Rouge, The Brain, and Monsieur Mallah||October 8, 2005||509|
The Brotherhood of Evil has begun its plan to eliminate young superheroes across the globe. With the honorary Titan Wildebeest captured, Madame Rouge is after the Brotherhood's second target, another honorary Titan known as Hot Spot. Detecting the threat, Teen Titan Robin immediately heads for Morocco. But can he know who to trust and who to not?Note: Beast Boy, Cyborg, and Raven make cameo appearances, although none of them have lines.
|56||4||"For Real"||Control Freak, André LeBlanc, and Punk Rocket (cameo)||October 15, 2005||510|
As the Teen Titans are away dealing with the Brotherhood of Evil, the Titans East come to Jump City to watch over, but they have some trouble gaining acceptance among the public. Meanwhile, Control Freak escapes from prison, ready to face off against the Teen Titans with a series of challenges designed specifically for them, sure to succeed. But will Control Freak still be successful after he finds himself not facing against the Teen Titans, but the Titans East?Note: Robin, Starfire, Raven, and Beast Boy are only mentioned, but do not appear nor have any lines.
|57||5||"Snowblind"||Radiation Monster, Professor Chang, and General Raskov||October 29, 2005||511|
|While the Teen Titans are fighting a mysterious creature in Russia, Starfire gets lost in a blinding snowstorm. Finding herself away from her teammates, Starfire meets a young hero soldier named Red Star who aids her, and befriends him. But when the rest of the Titans arrive, they find out Red Star hides not just a tragic past, but a dark secret as well.|
|58||6||"Kole"||Doctor Light and the Brotherhood of Evil (The Brain, Monsieur Mallah, Madame Rouge, and General Immortus)||November 5, 2005||512|
|In a fight against a new and improved Doctor Light in the Arctic Circle, the Teen Titans are sent through the ice in an accident. What they discover are two new superheroes - Kole, and her caveman sidekick, Gnarrk. However, it turns out that Doctor Light plans to use Kole's crystal-generating abilities for his villainous purposes.|
|59||7||"Hide and Seek"||Monsieur Mallah||November 12, 2005||513|
While the other Teen Titans are off fighting exciting battles with the Brotherhood of Evil, Raven is stuck with the task to take care off three boisterous superheroes called Melvin, Timmy Tantrum, and Teether. But what will happen of this terrible task when it just happens to be that Monsieur Mallah is after the three young heroes?Note: Robin, Starfire, and Cyborg make cameo appearances in the flashbacks, but don't have any lines.
|60||8||"Lightspeed"||H.I.V.E. Five (Jinx, Gizmo, Mammoth, See-More, Kyd Wykkyd and Billy Numerous) and Madame Rouge||December 3, 2005||514|
With the Teen Titans dispatched across the globe and the Titans East back at Steel City, the H.I.V.E. Five take advantage their absences to steal and rob unhindered. Unfortunately, their city-wide crime spree is cut short when a new hero called Kid Flash spoils their fun, hampering them on several occasions. The H.I.V.E. Five decide to capture Kid Flash and hand him over to the Brotherhood of Evil. But when Madame Rouge arrives in the city to take an imprisoned Kid Flash, Jinx finds herself questioning whether she really wants to join the Brotherhood of Evil.Absent: Robin, Starfire, Cyborg, Beast Boy, and Raven.
|61||9||"Revved Up"||Ding Dong Daddy, Red X, Gizmo, Mad Mod, Kitten, Fang, Amazing Mumbo, Control Freak, Johnny Rancid, Adonis, Puppet King, and Doctor Light||December 10, 2005||515|
|When Ding Dong Daddy steals a briefcase which contains his most prized possession, Robin is desperate to get it back. But it turns out that the only way that will happen is if they beat him in a road race. However, with Ding Dong Daddy making the rules and a few unexpected rivals, including Gizmo, Red X, and a few others joining in the competition, getting his briefcase seems far from likely.|
|62||10||"Go!"||Gordanians||December 17, 2005||516|
|How did all the Teen Titans first meet? How did the never-ending friendship of the Titans form? What was the team's first adventure? Return to the very beginning and watch the origin of the Teen Titans unfold, revealing that everything started when an alien girl escaping her imprisonment crashed on Earth.|
|63||11||"Calling All Titans (1)"||Brotherhood of Evil (Adonis, Angel, Atlas, Billy Numerous, Cheshire, Cinderblock, Control Freak, Creature from Jones Lake, Fang, General Immortus, Gizmo, I.N.S.T.I.G.A.T.O.R., Johnny Rancid, Kardiak, Katarou, Killer Moth, Kitten, Kyd Wykkyd, Madame Rouge, Mammoth, Monsieur Mallah, Off-World Outlaw, Overload, Plasmus, Private H.I.V.E., Psimon, Punk Rocket, Puppet King, See-More, Steamroller, The Brain, Trident, Warp, XL Terrestrial, and 7-Gorn-7)||January 7, 2006||517|
|As the Teen Titans return to Jump City, the Brotherhood of Evil get ready for their final attack. When the Brotherhood of Evil make their move, the Teen Titans have begun recruiting young superheroes. As the ultimate battle between the Titans and the Brotherhood of Evil begins, Robin has a strategy of his own, but as all the villains begin taking down all the superheroes all at once, will it be enough to save his friends?|
|64||12||"Titans Together (2)"||Brotherhood of Evil (Adonis, Amazing Mumbo, André LeBlanc, Angel, Billy Numerous, Cheshire, Cinderblock, Control Freak, Ding Dong Daddy, Fang, General Immortus, Gizmo, H.I.V.E. Headmistress, I.N.S.T.I.G.A.T.O.R., Johnny Rancid, Kardiak, Katarou, Killer Moth, Kitten, Kyd Wykkyd, Madame Rouge, Mad Mod, Malchior, Mammoth, Master of Games, Monsieur Mallah, Mother Mae-Eye, Overload, Phobia, Plasmus, Private H.I.V.E., Professor Chang, Psimon, Punk Rocket, Puppet King, See-More, Steamroller, The Brain, Trident, Warp, Wintergreen, Wrestling Star, and XL Terrestrial) and Doctor Light||January 14, 2006||518|
|With all the Titans scattered across the globe and the Brotherhood of Evil taking down young superheroes one by one, all seems lost. But Beast Boy, Pantha, Mas, Herald, and Jericho, the only Titans that have escaped the Brotherhood of Evil's plan, aren't going to give up. Now it is up to them to save all the other Titans before it is too late. Can the five young superheroes, along with Kid Flash and Jinx, make one last stand against the Brotherhood of Evil, including The Brain, Monsieur Mallah, Madame Rouge, and General Immortus, and all the other baddies on their side?|
|65||13||"Things Change"||White Monster and Slade (robot)||January 16, 2006 (Miguzi)
January 21, 2006 (Toonami)
|After their final battle with the Brotherhood of Evil, the Teen Titans must learn to accept the changes that have occurred in Jump City in their absence. During a battle with a mysterious monster that can change into any substance that it touches, Beast Boy spots a young high school girl who greatly resembles Terra, but has no memories of her past with the Titans or romance with Beast Boy, Beast Boy tries many attempts to get her to remember but to no avail. After following a robotic duplicate of Slade, Beast Boy is forced to make one of the hardest choices of his life; To let go of the past and move forward.|
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|"The Lost Episode"||Matt Youngberg||Rick Copp||January 10, 2005||February 6, 2007|
A new villain called Punk Rocket sets off shock waves playing loud music on his guitar, which releases destructive sonic waves. The Titans arrive at the concert where he is performing, but succumb to the guitar's powerful sonic waves. Beast Boy, however, taunts Punk Rocket into playing his guitar loud enough to blow out the speakers. Meanwhile, Beast Boy disturbs the other Titans with his loud music.
Villain(s): Punk Rocket, H.I.V.E Headmistress (cameo at concert), Mad Mod (cameo at concert), Wintergreen (cameo at concert), Amazing Mumbo (human form; cameo at concert)
|No||Title||Original airdate||Production code||Overview||Villain(s)|
|000||"Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo"||September 15, 2006||000||When a Japanese villain named Saico-Tek attacks Titans Tower, the Teen Titans head to Tokyo to find the villain that sent Saico-Tek; a villainous criminal named Brushogun. Meanwhile, Robin and Starfire are considering on finally revealing their true feelings for each other.||Saico-Tek, Deka-Mido, Mecha-Boi, Scarface, Timoko, Nya-Nya, Tokyo Troopers, Brushogun (controlled by Uehara Daizo), Uehara Daizo|
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