Batgirl: Killer Moth, it's time someone pinned your wings back!
Batman: Now isn't exactly the best time for reminiscing, Batgirl.
Batgirl: Sorry. Death traps make me nostalgic.
Carnival Barker: What in the name of P.T. Barnum is that?
Negative Man: He calls himself... Animal-Vegetable-Mineral Man.
Carnival Barker: I love it! Does he have an agent?
Negative Man: Shut And for me, they throw tomatoes.
Batman: Trainor, your teammates need you now, so lose the negative attitude.
Negative Man: Shut Yeah, I...
Batman: Someone's targeting the Doom Patrol, and they're using your deadliest foes as weapons. This is no time for navel-gazing.
Negative Man: Shut But I...
Batman: Look around you, man. How could a hero of your abilities be reduced to this? Where's your self-respect.
Negative Man: Shut up already! For crying out loud, after a few months in this dump, I'm way past ready to get out.
Batman: Good. I'm glad our little chat helped.
Negative Man: Hands off the tin man! He may be an obnoxious antisocial jerk... but he's our obnoxious antisocial jerk.
The Chief: The decision, my Doom Patrol, lies with you.
Negative Man: Well, Chief, you taught us that all men are our brothers.
Elasti-Girl: The Pilgrims were just ordinary men and women, too , but they longed for freedom and were willing to fight for it.
Robotman: And the people who wouldn't bow to the Pharaoh, they were just ordinary shepherds and farmers.
The Chief: I guess you have your answer, General.
The Doom Patrol: Fire away!
Canada: April 8, 2011 on Teletoon
During the Doom Patrol's documentary, there were scenes that homage the issue covers of My Greatest Adventures #81 (where Elasti-Girl was fighting a giant octopus which turned out to be an illusion of Dr. Janus), My Greatest Adventures #82 (with Robotman melting to stop a reactor used by the Green-Headed League), Doom Patrol #88 (with Robotman, Elasti-Girl, and Negative Man captured by the Baron), Doom Patrol #92 (with Robotman and Negative Man trapped in an hourglass by Doctor Tyme), Doom Patrol #94 (with Robotman being flattened by a device used by Osra), Doom Patrol #96 (with Robotman, Elasti-Girl, and Negative Man running from the Giant Robot Jukebox built by the Cobra Syndicate), Doom Patrol #97 (with a diamond-zombie Elasti-Girl attacking the city), Doom Patrol #99 (with Robotman, Elasti-Girl, and Negative Man bounded by Bug Man), Doom Patrol #105 (with Robotman fighting Mr. 103's robot), Doom Patrol #110 (with Brain attacking the Doom Patrol with a pure light-energy body), and Doom Patrol #119 (where Great Guru tried to turn Robotman into a pacifist)
Injoke: Silky, Starfire's pet from the animated Teen Titan series, can be seen in Killer Moth's lair on a table after Batgirl enters the lair.
Injoke: At the carnival, the various performers billed on posters are members and allies of the Doom Patrol in the comic books, including Flex Mentallo, Dorothy Spinner, Beast Boy, and Lodestone (in her one-eyed form as the Pupa). Shasta the Living Mountain is from a parody issue of Doom Patrol called Doom Force. Baboushka refers to the evolved Negative Man, Rebis, who was fascinated with baboushka dolls.