The Ninja Turtles Revisit the 1980s in an Hour-Long Special

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This week in the world of cartoons we take a look at a cringe-inducing (but very funny) episode of Rick and Morty, a double-episode of Adventure Time that aired earlier in the week, what looks to be a very interesting TMNT season finale, and more!


As always - minor spoilers ahead!

Teen Titans Go! - "In & Out"

Robin has a decent plan for destroying the H.I.V.E. headquarters...dressing up like a super-villain to gain entrance before blowing it up. The rest of the Teen Titans learn about Robin's plan and decide to join in for some cosplay.

Rick and Morty - "Raising Gazorpazorp"

Rick and Morty take a cue from the Coen Brothers in this week's episode, as the pair are forced to raise the spawn of Rick and an android. The language in this clip might be NSFW for some.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - "Wormquake"


It's a one hour season finale Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles special! After alien worms attack the gang, the Turtles (along with Casey and April) journey to a dimensional gateway where they see their 1980s animated incarnations.


The special features all four of the original TMNT voice actors, and you can watch the one hour event in its entirety above, courtesy of Nickelodeon.

Archer - "Smuggler's Blues"

Archer, Cyril, and Ray head to Columbia to move some weight. Later in the episode Cyril mistakes a washer fluid cap for a distributor cap, placing the trio in the clutches of La Madrina. Language in this clip may be NSFW.

And if you like Archer and have ever found yourself forced into weekend WiFi repair, you will enjoy the short cartoon above starring H. John Benjamin, the voice of Archer.


Adventure Time - "Lemonhope Part 1 & 2"

Lemongrab, heir to the Lemon Empire, learns a lesson about responsibility when he runs away during this week's double episode.


Avengers Assemble- "The Ambassador"

The Avengers are assigned an awful security detail this weekend, as they are entrusted with the care of despot Doctor Doom. No clip is available at the time of this post, but once it appears I'll pop it in.


Top image is courtesy of Nickelodeon.




I don't want to spoil anyone who might have not saw it, but it was the best TMNT episode EVER! I would never expect to find so many Frank Herbert's "Dune" nods on such a show. I pretty much lost it when Casey Jones T-Phone call ring was none other than the music from NES "Ice Hockey". Amazing show!