Donatello debuts a refurbished Robo-Turtle on TMNT

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This week in the world of cartoons, we bring you a hard hitting look at the realities of video game addition on Steven Universe, TMNT features the return of an old Ninja Turtles "frenemy", and we catch a belated, but much awaited, episode of Hulk.


If you are a fan of Korra, don't forget to check out Lauren Davis' preview of season 3!

As always - minor spoilers ahead!

My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic - "Twilight Time"

The Cutie Mark Crusaders look to Twilight in hopes of getting better grades, but are the Crusaders really looking for a social status boost?

Defenders of Berk - "Bing! Bang! Boom!"

A trio of very dangerous Thunderdrums - dragons that are equally deadly in the air and under water - attack Berk, so the villagers look to their own Thunderdrum, Thornado, to save the day.


Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. - "For Asgard"

The Chris Bosh voice-cameo on HatAoS was pushed back to this weekend. If you like the Thor movies or the Miami Heat, don't forget to tune in on Sunday.

And if you're partial to Bosh or Tom Jones (or Carlton Banks for that matter), bask in the clip above, but make sure you keep the volume down to avoid puberty-esque voice cracking.


Steven Universe - "Arcade Mania"

Steven rewards the 'Gems with a trip to one of his favorite hangouts, Funland Arcade. Garnet becomes addicted to a Samba De Amigo-like game by the name of Meat Beat Mania, forcing Steven to intervene. I want a Billy Mitchell cameo.


Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles- "Metalhead Rewired"


Donatello shows off Metalhead v2.0 in this week's episode. My fave turtle has the intention of using the rebuilt turtle-droid for sparring practice, which you can see in this clip.

Top image is courtesy of Nickelodeon.




It seems since people still don't get it this is necessary but:

This post is "Saturday Morning Cartoons", but since that programming concept is pretty much dead in the TV industry, there are often few, if ANY, previews for upcoming episodes airing new on Saturday. Thus, the only previews you see are for things airing new on Sunday. Otherwise everything is a highlight of episodes that aired Monday-Friday, since most readers are generally watching those off the DVR anyway. Also, it's hard to tell when promo clips/art will be available for episodes a week away.