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Blackfire said that she'd broken out of prison, but wouldn't that mean that the Centauri Police would be out to find her and bring her back?
Galfore addresses Starfire as Starfire, which is the name she adopted after she came to Earth. Shouldn't he have called her by her real name - Koriand'r?
If Galfore has never been to Earth, how could he even know the English language?
X'Hal - The goddess of the Tamaraneans. Galfore uses the name as a greeting in "Betrothed," and Starfire also uses it to ask Robin if he is enjoying his stay (when he goes to convince her to forego the marriage).
Why were the Titans surprised at how Starfire eats if she ate the same in "Go!"?
When the team was held captive in Blackfire's prison, why didn't Raven use her powers to pass the team through it?
When Robin is thrown into jail, the back of his cape briefly turns yellow.
It's all right that Starfire didn't expect to see her sister out of prison. But, in that case, who was the Grand Ruler Starfire expected to see, what happened to him/her, and why none of the Titans asked this after learning Blackfire took over Tamaran?
During the wedding, when Blackfire is asking if anyone has a reason for Glrdsklechhh and Starfire to not be married, one of the Tamaranians doesn't have a pupil in his right eye, yet everyone else does.
When Starfire says, "All hail, Emperor Galfore!!," her metal band is on the wrong arm.
The scratches the T-Ship obtained in battle are missing as the Titans fly into Tamaran's atmosphere, and reappear even worse than they were before as the T-Ship lands.
During part of the scene where Star is being introduced to Glrdsklechhh, Raven is missing her chakra.
When Raven opens the box to the Jewel of Charta, you see it shine in Raven's face and when it does that, her chakra is missing. It's also missing when Blackfire zaps her.
If the Jewel of Charta is really THAT powerful, then why did something happen when Starfire took it off Blackfire's chest, and something not happen when Starfire crushed and destroyed it?
At the wedding banquet, Beast Boy claims to be a vegetarian. At the end of "Titan Rising," he asks for non-dairy waffles, which would make him a vegan.
When Robin said something about table manners, he had no gloves.
The band on Starfire's arm kept switching from her left arm to her right.
After Starfire takes the gem from Blackfire, we can see that Blackfire still has it on her chest until she gets buried in the rubble, after which time it just vanishes.
Raven's belt thing is missing when Glrdsklechhh finds out she was spying on him and Blackfire, but when she's in the prison thing, it's back on.
Blackfire: (To Starfire) After all, you will always be my little sister.
Starfire: I have missed you, Galfore.
Galfore: And I have missed you… (Kneeling, bowing head) … Princess Starfire. (Castle guards follow his lead)
Robin, Beast Boy, Cyborg, & Raven: PRINCESS?!?!
Starfire: Oh, yes, I am… second in line for the throne. Perhaps I forgot to mention.
Starfire: (To Glrdsklechhh) I am sorry Glurdule . . . Gilderr . . . you . . .
Blackfire: You can and you will. You see, sister dear; this darling creature is the exalted sklerch of the swamp moons of Drenthax 4. And since his invasion army is parked outside our castle, I arranged your marriage to save our beloved Tamaran from annihilation. If your groom can't kiss his bride, we can all kiss Tamaran goodbye.
Beast Boy: Alien animals! Cool! (Alien animal snaps at Beast Boy, who then runs around the place like a headless chicken with his head tucked into his suit, Raven stops him and slaps him)
Raven: You're the alien here.
Robin: (Surprised by Starfire's table manners) I'm guessing you picked up your table manners back on Earth?
Starfire: HURRY OR YOU WILL NOT GET ANY!
Beast Boy: (About Galfore) Hahahahahaha! You mean this dude's your nanny?
Galfore: YOU FIND THAT AMUSING, LITTLE ONE?! (Beast Boy stops laughing, and whimpers, realizing that Galfore is huge)
Beast Boy: (Upon being offered some Tamaranian food) HELLO! Vegetarian in the house! (Shows Cyborg a piece of the food he's offered) Does this look like a veggie to you?
Cyborg: Umm, umm...
(Cyborg eats the piece of food from Beast Boy's hand)
Beast Boy: I'm not hungry...
Beast Boy: Let's hurry! I couldn't figure out how to use the bathrooms here!
Cyborg: We ARE NOT having any accidents in the T-Ship, you hear me?
Galfore: (In Tamaranian) "Nubba Gunschtic Curriudersal."
Starfire: (In Tamaranian) "Hesbalt Rutha, Galforeka."
(Galfore then gives a yell and leans toward her)
Robin: Titans! (They prepare to fight)
Starfire: (As Galfore tickles her) HAHAHAHAHA!
Cyborg: (To Robin) Um, unless they tickle people to death here, I think you can chill.
Cyborg: (To Robin, after Starfire announces her wedding) Did you know about this?
Raven: (About Glrdsklechhh) Um, he's cute.
Blackfire: (To Starfire, about Glrdsklechhh) Smile wide for your new hubby!
Robin: You saw her face. She doesn't even like him.
Raven: True, but she doesn't need to.
Starfire: Marrying him will bring peace to my planet. It is good for everyone.
Robin: It's not good for you.
Blackfire: You dare challenge the Grand Ruler of Tamaran?!
Starfire: No... I challenge my sister... FOR THE CROWN!
Starfire: You may be the Ruler of Tamaran, sister, but you will never be the ruler of ME!!
Robin: You're getting MARRIED?!
Raven: Anyone we know?
Starfire: I... do not know who is to be my groom yet.
Robin: You're getting MARRIED?! To someone you don't KNOW?!
Starfire: Yes, and I am happy to be seeing Tamaran again.
Robin: (Pressed outside Starfire's window, in the airless vacuum of space) But you're getting MARRIED?! (Realizes he can't breathe, coughs, chokes, face turns blue)
Blackfire: Surprised to see me, little sister?
Starfire: I am... surprised to see you out of prison!
Blackfire: Oh, that. Well, after you had me thrown in jail, I got bored. So I broke out and took over Tamaran for kicks.
Cyborg: (After Beast Boy turns into an alien animal) Dude, how'd you know you could do that?
Beast Boy: Lucky guess.
Beast Boy: I can't tell what's a bed, what's a chair, and what's alive! How am I supposed to take my beauty nap?
This is the second time we are seeing the exterior of the planet Tamaran, though it is not known at the time, Tamaran is seen in the episode "Transformation."
Galfore calls Starfire "little Bumgorf", which is what Starfire calls Silkie in "Can I Keep Him?"
Robin and Starfire were supposed to get married in New Titans #100, but their wedding was ruined by an evil version of Raven.
According to Teen Titans Go #46: Starfire had a younger brother by the name Wildfire. After the Gordanian invasion, Wildfire was sent to a distant planet for survival (His whereabouts are yet to be revealed). Starfire was sent to serve the Gordanian due to arrangement by Blackfire. The loss of both children caused Starfire's parents to die of heartbreak.
This is Blackfire's last episode appearance. She wasn't in Season 5 either because she was too weak or the Brotherhood of Evil just couldn't find her. She would make further appearances in Teen Titans Go #20, 36 & 46.
Blackfire is banished from Tamaran at the end of the episode.
Opener: The Titans wonder why Starfire is moving her stuff, until she tells them she is going back to Tamaran to get married, leaving them shocked, especially Robin.
This is the second time Blackfire is shown.
We learn that Starfire is ticklish in this episode.
Starfire's sister, Blackfire, has now been shown twice. However, in the comic book series, Starfire had a younger brother as well, named "Ryand'r."
When the Titans first meet Galfore, he says, "X'hal." X'hal is the name of the Battle Goddess worshipped by much of the Vegan System, where Tamaran is located.
In the comic book series, Starfire actually does get married to a Tamaranian during a leave she took from Earth, but an attack on Tamaran by the Psions (another alien race) destroyed Tamaran. Many Tamarans were evacuated and saved, including Starfire's husband, Ph'yzzon. However, the Sun Eater destroyed New Tamaran, along with Ph'yzzon. Through more following events, the surviving Tamaranians lived with another race on a planet called, "Karna," which was also destroyed by a war, making Starfire the only known Tamaranian left.
Blackfire says that Glrdsklechhh is from the Swamp Moons of Drenthax 4. Starfire mentions this place in "Car Trouble" when Cyborg asks the Titans where they want him to take them.
This is the second time Blackfire is shown. First time being in "Sisters."
In this episode, we learn that Beast Boy is able to transform into animals, even from other planets.
In this episode, Starfire mentions that she is second in line to the throne of Tamaran. But in the comics, she is first in line, because Blackfire was denied the birthright due to several coincidental tragedies that were not her fault.
Amongst the unintelligible Tamaranian spoken by Galfore when he and Starfire meet, the word "Koriand'r" can clearly be heard. This is Starfire's real name.
Look Hard: When the Titans are in the Tamaran prison, Kai (or Cron) from "Sisters" can be seen in one of the other cells.
Look Hard: When Starfire is packing her things, you can briefly see Silkie from "Can I Keep Him?" sitting on one of the pile of clothes she is carrying.
On Tamaran, the men are huge and buff, while the women are petite and small. They do, however, have fairly equal strength.
YTV airdate: November 23, 2004.
Betrothed is a religous word meaning "to be married."
It is implied in this episode that Starfire is stronger than Cyborg when Starfire is able to lift up that giant drinking cup, and Cyborg couldn't even lift it with both arms.
Starfire returns to her home world, Tamaran.
Starfire is revealed as the Princess of Tamaran.
The pipes played before the introduction of Starfire's groom are called Gorka pipes. Starfire offers to play one for Cyborg in "Only Human."
Emerald of Charta
Charta is a town in northeastern Colombia. A rare type of emerald known as a trapiche emerald is occasionally found in the mines of Colombia. A trapiche emerald exhibits a "star" pattern. Some of the most rare emeralds come from three main emerald mining areas in Colombia they are generally the most prized due to their transparency and fire.
Robin/Starfire: Balcony Scene
When Robin climbs the balcony to see Starfire, it resembles the famous scene in William Shakespeare's famous romantic tragedy Romeo & Juliet in which Romeo climbs up to Juliet's room window and declares his love for her.
Starfire: Dragonball Z
When Starfire realizes Blackfire's intentions, she releases energy and reveals her normal clothes, like all the characters in Dragonball Z release their ki.
Robin: The Graduate
When Starfire is about to be married, she hears Robin banging at a windowpane, much like Dustin Hoffman's character does in The Graduate during a similar -- although not as action-packed -- sequence.
Glrdsklechhh kinda looks like the farting creature in Disney's Treasure Planet.
Blackfire's guards are dressed like the High Chancelor's in the Prequels and carry axes like Jaba the Hutt's Gamorrans in Star Wars - Return of the Jedi.
When Starfire is standing on her HUGE balcony, it resembles the one outside Jasmine's room in Disney's movie, Aladdin. Additionally, the shot of Robin holding out his hand to Starfire, saying "We're getting out of here" mirrors Aladdin holding his hand out to Jasmine, asking "Do you trust me?"
Most people probably noticed that Blackfire is colored differently than all of the other Tamaranians. She was different in the comics, too. There, she looked the same as the rest of her species, but was the first one to be born without the ability to absorb the energy of the Tamaranian sun, leaving her flightless. This made the rest of the Tamaranians consider her a cripple, and got her removed from the line of succession. She left her homeworld and gained power in other civilizations, eventually coming back and conquering her people. The Teen Titans helped a group of rebels overthrow her, and Blackfire's entire legacy of blood was ended when she and her parents were killed in an explosion. Since being flightless would have negated Blackfire's one-upping attitude, her look was changed instead, so that she would still be different.
When Robin is on a balcony behind a window at the top of a church, yelling and trying to stop the wedding of his beloved, it parallels the scene in The Graduate where Benjamin Braddock (Dustin Hoffman) tries to break up a wedding of the woman he loves.
Landing Pad: Design
The landing pad the T-Ship lands on is patterned after the landing pad from Cloud City in Empire Strikes Back.
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