Teen Titans

Trivia: X-X "The Lost Episode": Some other character cameos in the concerto audience include the two English ladies talking about fish in "Revolution", and Dr. Victor Payten, his interviewer, and the soap opera character Rebecca from "Episode 257-494".

X - S3-E2

Trivia: The warehouse in which the Titans combat the new Red X is actually the same warehouse which housed the disco party in "Sisters", right down to the SOTO (after series co-director Alex Soto) neon sign.

Date With Destiny - S2-E6

Trivia: When Starfire jumps in front of the monitor, yelling at Kitten, in a "semi-chibi" form, if you look closely, you can see that her breasts jiggle up and down. There is even a bouncy sound effect for it. This is the only time that Starfire's (or any female character's) breasts move in the entire show.

X - S3-E2

Trivia: When Robin and Red X jump to the attack against Dr. Chang's henchmen, a white dove passes across the screen. The white dove passing by is the trademark of film director John Woo, stemming from an idea he had for his film The Killer.

Every Dog Has His Day - S2-E2

Trivia: The sports car owner crying about his missing rear bumper, which Soto's dog has gulped up, is a cartoon version of series director Ciro Nieli. He has another cameo as an online nerd in fifth season's "For Real".

Revolution - S3-E7

Trivia: Many greetings from the famous English comedian troupe Monty Python can be found in this episode, particularly the city background: The black and white cutouts were a staple element of the MP cartoon sketches.

The Sum of His Parts - S1-E5

Trivia: Cyborg's meeting with the boy with the hand prosthesis is a subtle hint on how Cy from the comic series would first meet the most important woman in his life: Sarah Simms.

Trivia: X-X "The Lost Episode": Character cameos: In the concerto audience you can find Mad Mod, Slade's former butler and the former HIVE headmistress. Also, the conductor appears to be Mumbo in his non-sorcerous form ("The Sum Of His Parts").

X - S3-E2

Trivia: One of Beast Boy's possible choices for Red X's identity is "part of a clone army". If you stop at the right time, you can indeed see Robin wearing a Star Wars clone trooper armor suit (sans helmet).

Spellbound - S3-E6

Trivia: Robin's line "Kardiak, you're under arrest!" is of course a word pun on the medical term "cardiac arrest". And given that Kardiak is a giant heart - enough said.

Episode 257-494 - S4-E2

Trivia: Some of the Clash Of The Planets characters Beast Boy introduces make an appearance as actual persons in fifth season's "Revved Up".

Fractured - S2-E11

Trivia: The title song for this episode was sung by Puffy AmiYumi producer Toshiro Kai. The passing of Larry on the bike is also reminiscent of the title sequence of each episode from the 60s Batman series, where Yvonne Craig guest-starred as Batgirl.

Mother Mae-Eye - S4-E11

Trivia: The girl in the clothes shop which gets raided by the HIVE Five is the video store girl from "Fear Itself"; she even wears the same things. Obviously, after the unsettling events involving Control Freak's first appearance, she decided to switch jobs.

The Quest - S4-E3

Trivia: Beast Boy, dressed up as Robin, popping through a paper-covered hoop, is a spoof on Robin the Boy Wonder's first comic appearance on the cover of Detective Comics issue 38 from 1940.

Cyborg the Barbarian - S4-E5

Trivia: Sarasim is an anagram of the name Sarah Simms, a long-lasting love interest of Cyborg in the original comic series.

Employee of the Month - S4-E6

Trivia: In reflection, the production and creative staff freely admitted that when they concocted this episode, their sense of seriousness had perhaps totally gone overboard some way through the creation process.

Mother Mae-Eye - S4-E11

Trivia: Among the "mystical items" offered by the gypsy, we can find Control Freak's remote, the Wicked Scary Monster prop-up from "Fear Itself", and the Puppet King marionette from "Switched".

Calling All Titans - S5-E11

Trivia: Among the Honorary Titans Robin contacts to ensure the com devices work, we can catch a short glimpse of Wondergirl, one of the original Titans in the comic series. But it is notable that strangely, this character never actually appears in the series.

Episode 257-494 - S4-E2

Trivia: The robot villain Seven-Gorn-Seven is a variation of the famous (and distinct) robot character Robbie the Robot who first appeared in 1956's Forbidden Planet.

Trivia: The Red Chef who frequently appears on TV is a parody of Iron Chef French Hiroyuki Sakai, one of the two chief cooks in the discontinued Japanese cook show Iron Chef, which specialized in French cuisine.

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