Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2003)

Timing Is Everything

Season 6, Ep 16, Aired 3/31/07
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  • Episode Description
  • Sh'Okanabo unleashes a time storm on New York, putting the Turtles in the middle of chaos, with old and new foes also involved.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Roy Burdine

  • Darren Dunstan

    Splinter

  • David Zen Mansley

    Darius Dun (Season 6-/Bishop Season 3-)

  • Frank Frankson

    Raphael (as John Campell Season 3-)

  • Marc Thompson

    Casey Jones (Season 1-5)/Serling (Season 6-)

  • Fan Reviews (1)
  • When Sh'Okanabo unleashes his time window, chaos affects the turtles and other eras of time.

    By maryshine, Mar 31, 2007

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (1)

    • Don: (sees himself and his brothers as unmutated baby turtles fall in to the sewers with a can of ooze from the TCRI building) Did I just witness my own creation?!

    Notes (1)

    • Villains in this episode: Sh'Okanabo, Viral, Dinosaurs, Vikings, Shredder, Foot Ninjas

    Trivia (7)

    • When Splinter is searching for an envelope, it can be seen that they are behind Manny's Meats, which was last seen in the season 5 episode Past Present as the location of one of the keystones.

    • Mikey turns his Important Screw counter-clockwise, which in our world would actually 'unscrew' the screw.

    • Don writes the note with his left hand. He may be left-handed, but had not noticed that previously.

    • The envelope front: EXTREMELY URGENT!! OPEN IMMEDIATELY!! Michelangelo Splinterson 131 97th St Penthouse To be delivered exactly the morning of July 10th 2105

    • Donny was the one who deliver the envelope to the post office, but his voice sounds like Leo.

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    Allusions (2)

    • Michelangelo recieved a letter which was delivered by mailmen who had it in their possession for 100 years, a refrence to the ending of "Back to the Future II" in which Marty recieves a similar letter from Doc written in 1885.

    • Mikey: Time to make the doughnuts. This was once the slogan used in old Dunkin' Donuts ads.

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