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Teen Titans Go! - Eat. Dance. Punch! (Season Three, Part One/2015/DC Comics/Warner DVD Set)

Picture: C Sound: C Extras: D Episodes: C

Join Robin, Starfire, Raven, Cyborg and Beast Boy once again as they have fun and adventure through Jump city. As they save the city (and themselves) they learn to have wacky fun and learns with each other in Teen Titans Go! - Eat. Dance. Punch! (Season Three, Part One/2015).

Teen Titans, more like Chi-bi (little/baby) Titans. They are the teenage superhero sidekicks (more like kids now). The Titans are also geared to create silly drama and even silly-ier logic to entertain the minds for the kids who watch the show. It is minus all the usual action, violence and destruction of usual heroes and instead of fighting hoards of evil they learn little life lessons.

This series was a total baby version of Teen Titans, while each episode is silly it seems like producers now want each of the episodes to teach some 'moral of the day' or some lesson of the day to the kids. Each episode was anywhere between 5-10 minutes long, but how much longer can this format go on?

The anamorphically enhanced 1.78 X 1 image has good color, but can be overly simple and weak often, while the lossy Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo with Pro Logic surrounds is a bit underwhelming throughout, but passable. Extra include trailers, which could be on any such set.

Episodes this time are...

A Cat's Fancy - Robin turns into a cat and Starfire turns into a cat lady.

Leg Day - The Teen Titans must work on their leg muscle to fight evil.

The Dignity of Teeth - The Teen Titans loses their teeth to a creepy tooth fairy.

The Croissant - Beast Boy goes through a metamorphosis ..but do looks really matter?

The Spice Game - The Titan want to find the hottest pepper in the world to spice up their life.

I'm the Sauce - The Titans learn to have fun with clouds on a rainy day.

Hey You, Don't Neglect Me in Your Memory - The Teen Titans go to school and learn about 'labeling' people.

Accept the Next Proposition You Hear - Teen Titans have fun with mind controlling fortune cookies.

The Fourth Wall - The Teen Titans break the fourth wall barrier.

40%, 40%, 20% - Cyborg depends on a song to become a superhero.

Grube's Fairytales - Robin the 'Bard' tells fairytales to teach the Titans 'morals' (yeah ~sure).

A Farce - Do superheros save people or just really cause more collateral damage? Titans go on a super villain trial.

Scary Figure Dance - The Titan's have to save Halloween candy from the H.I.V.E.

Animals: It's Just a Word - The Titan's get Beast Boy's power.

BBBDay! - It's Beast Boy's Birthday ...enough said.

Black Friday - It's Black Friday, but Starfire is visited by the spirits of Black Friday sale.

Two Parter: Part One - The Teen Titans go to the Justice League Hall... what could go wrong?

Two Parter: Part Two - Can the Teen Titan defeat Darkseid and save the Justice League? 

The True Meaning of Christmas - Christmas isn't about the presents ...really.

Squash & Stretch - Can the Titan's out squirrel a squirrelly squirrel?

Garage Sale - The Titans go through all their old stuff and remember their past.

Secret Garden - The Titans find a garden paradise.

The Cruel Giggling Ghoul - The Teens Titans finds them in mystery.

How 'Bout Some Effort - It's Valentines day, and the girls wish the guys would put more effort into it.

Pyramid Scheme - The Teen Titan's get into a pyramid scheme ...~sure getting rich and money doesn't matter.

Finally A Lesson - Each Titan learns about owning property and loans (the horror, the horror).

- Ricky Chiang


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