Teen Titans

Season 4 Episode 4

Cyborg the Barbarian

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Aired Weekdays 4:30 PM Feb 12, 2005 on Cartoon Network
7.4
out of 10
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201 votes
5

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Cyborg is mysteriously thrown into the distant past and lands in the middle of a barbarian village that needs his help. But with the nearest charging station 5,000 years in the future, Cyborg has no way to recharge, and his power supply is dwindling.

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  • This episode was just, ek. I was expecting more because of the episodes like "Birthmark" and "Episode 257-494".

    6.5
    Summary: Cyborg is mysteriously thrown into the distant past and lands in the middle of a barbarian village that needs his help. But with the nearest charging station 5,000 years in the future, Cyborg has no way to recharge, and his power supply is dwindling.





    Final Thoughts: Mediocre action, humor etc. But the best thing was the music. The music fit perfectly in every scene given. The music is one of the things I love about this show. But to bad this episode didn't really accomplish anything. If the writer was trying to make a very pointless episode, then mission accomplished.moreless
  • I think they did this very well!

    9.5
    This is one of my top five episodes, and everyone is always bashing it. It was a great episode. I espesicaly like the part at the end when he was in that history book, It wasen\'t supposed to be funny, but I laughed at it. People should really appreciate this episode for what it is worth.
  • What were they thinking when they made this episode?!?

    1.0
    I'm a big Teen Titan fan and I hate to diss episodes... but this one was a load of crap! It's only getting a 1 because of when Raven got Cyborg back from the stone age.



    The plot was unimaginative and it was just another episode about how he wishes he was human again (you know, properly human!) We got that during 'Car Trouble' and 'Titans East'. The fighting wasn't even all that... but hey this is just my opinion!



    I tend to find the Cyborg episodes disappointing... but this is beyond limitations!! I hated it.



    But I still love Teen Titans :lol:moreless
  • Not bad 4 a cyborg episode, although the other Titans were barely in it.

    7.0
    I liked the whole female leader thing, although some people hated it. Also the cyborg/sarisam reationship thing was a nice touch. In my opinion, this would be the best Cyborg episode ever created. Although it had the potential to be better. Overall, this had a great plot, perfect dialog and outstanding voice work, thanks to Khary Payton.
  • Cyborg goes to the middle ages.

    7.1
    One of the better Cyborg episodes truthfully. And I use the word better for a reason- his episodes are never very good. I am simply stating what I believe is the truth. He is an excellent character with plenty of personality but his episodes never explore his whole depth. Anyway, onwards to the review!



    I enjoyed this all being in a medieval setting, I really did. The evil green monsters were pretty cool and I did like the fact that it was a kick butt girl leading the people to victory. The fact that it was the warrior who was the bad guy was intriguing, I had suspicions that were played on and it was cleverly done. The witch left quite a bit to be desired though.



    I thought the ending with Raven pulling him out and then showing him the book was extremely sweet and a very nice ending to an alright episode. As I said before, it just lacked more depth to make it a better episode and more humor wouldn't have been amiss either.moreless

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