Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987 TV series) (season 6)
|Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Season 6|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||16|
|Original run||September 12, 1992– December 26, 1992|
The sixth season of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles aired in 1992. In this season, the Technodrome is located at the bottom of the Arctic Ocean. Transport Modules are used to travel between the Technodrome and New York City.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||TV
|127||1||"Rock Around the Block"||Bill Wolf||David Wise||September 12, 1992||S06E01|
As part of his latest plan, Krang brings General Traag to Earth from Dimension X as a distraction for the Turtles, while Krang tries to turn a laser at the ice and free the Technodrome from its prison at the North Pole. Meanwhile, Donatello learns a new fighting move, Wu Wei, where one ninja turns his opponent's attack against him without action.
Villain: ShredderTitle Reference: Rock Around the Clock
|128||2||"Krangenstein Lives!"||Bill Wolf||David Wise||September 19, 1992||S06E02|
Krang's robot body goes out of control because Bebop and Rocksteady lose the right machine chip. Meanwhile, Michelangelo won't stop playing a video game, much to the other Turtles' annoyance.
Villain: ShredderTitle Reference: Frankenstein
|129||3||"Super Irma"||Bill Wolf||David Wise||September 26, 1992||S06E03|
Irma gets super magnetic powers and starts to fight crime. She decides to stop Krang's plan. When her powers wear off, the Turtles foil Krang and rescue Irma. Set on Halloween.
Villain: ShredderTitle Reference: Superman
|130||4||"Adventures in Turtle-Sitting"||Bill Wolf||Jack Mendelsohn and Carole Mendelsohn||October 3, 1992||S06E04|
Michelangelo accidentally turns Leonardo, Raphael and Donatello into 5-yr olds with Donatello's "Food Revivafier" (a machine that turns old and rotten food fresh again), wihle Splinter is out.
Title Reference: Adventures in BabysittingNote: Final Appearance of Mad Dog McMutt.
|131||5||"Sword of Yurikawa"||Bill Wolf||Marc Handler||October 10, 1992||S06E05|
A mystery ninja steals a powerful sword that belonged to his old ninja master in order to test the Turtles' ninja spirits.Villains: Shredder and Lafayette LaDrone
|132||6||"Return of the Turtleoid"||Bill Wolf||David Wise||October 17, 1992||S06E06|
A friend of the Turtles, Kerma, is hunted down by a destroyer because of a glitch in its sensors. The destroyer was supposed to hunt down a space pirate named Nerma, but the glitch made it come out "Kerma".
Villains: Big Louie and The DestroyerNote: Final Appearance of Big Louie.
|133||7||"Shreeka's Revenge"||Bill Wolf||Jack Mendelsohn and Carole Mendelsohn||October 24, 1992||S06E07|
A vain, galactic outlaw named Shreeka is after her power ring that Krang took from her. The problem is that April now has the ring.Villains: Shreeka, Shredder and Krang
|134||8||"Too Hot to Handle"||Bill Wolf||Jack Mendelsohn and Carole Mendelsohn||October 31, 1992||S06E08|
A machine is causing the Earth to move closer to the sun. Vernon's incredibly smart nephew, Foster, helps the Turtles on their adventure.
Villain: Professor Philo Sopho
Title Reference: Too Hot to HandleNote: Final Appearance of Professor Sopho.
|135||9||"Nightmare in the Lair"||Bill Wolf||Dennis O'Flaherty||November 7, 1992||S06E09|
Donatello's newest invention, the "Dream-o-Vision" helmet, causes Michelangelo and Leonardo to be stuck in a nightmare world, while the lair is being terrorized by a Freddy Krueger-like person.Villain: Creepy Eddie
|136||10||"Phantom of the Sewers"||Bill Wolf||David Wise||November 14, 1992||S06E10|
The Turtles help a man with a disfigured face (that was actually dried paint) stop a bank robbery.
Title Reference: The Phantom of the Opera
Villain: Rufus HigbyNote: Master Splinter is not in this episode.
|137||11||"Donatello Trashes Slash"||Bill Wolf||David Wise||November 21, 1992||S06E11|
Donatello goes to a store and finds Slash, who was dim-witted but now very smart.Villain: Slash
|138||12||"Leonardo is Missing"||Bill Wolf||David Wise||November 28, 1992||S06E12|
Leonardo gets lost and Raphael, Donatello and Michelangelo must find him while Splinter is training.Villains: Shredder, Krang, Bebop and Rocksteady
|139||13||"Snakes Alive!"||Bill Wolf||David Wise||December 5, 1992||S06E13|
The Turtles try to solve a missing snake mystery, but Leonardo is afraid of snakes. A scientist who had a snake venom lab accident and turned into a snake tries to turn the city into a swamp.
Note: Final Appearance of Pinky McFingers.Villain: Cobrato
|140||14||"Polly Wanna Pizza"||Bill Wolf||Jack Mendelsohn||December 12, 1992||S06E14|
Michelangelo buys a parrot and names him Ditto, although the bird really belongs to a criminal who is after a rare key around Dido's neck because the Gulubi Ruby, the gem the thief stole, is in a vault that only the key can open.
Villain: Mugsy MacGuffinNote: Master Splinter is not in this episode.
|141||15||"Mr. Nice Guy"||Bill Wolf||Steve Granat and Cydne Clark||December 19, 1992||S06E15|
Donatello's "Personality Alterator" turns Raphael too nice to fight. A mad scientist uses it to turn every policeman to nice so his robots can steal money and jewels.
Title Reference: No More Mr. Nice Guy
Note: Master Splinter is not in this episode.Villain: Professor Von Shrink
|142||16||"Sleuth on the Loose"||Bill Wolf||Matt Uitz||December 26, 1992||S06E16|
April's aunt helps the Turtles stop a mad scientist from building a doomsday device.
Villain: Professor Von Volt
Note: Final Appearance of Agatha Marbles.Note: Master Splinter is not in this episode.
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