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Game station is a parody of play station.
Robin blames Cyborg for the jail break, but when they do the Sonic Boom it's Robin's leg that gets wrapped around Cyborg's.
Look Closely: Often throughout this episode, when we see Raven's cape opened, there are tassles hanging from her belt. This particular fashion accessory doesn't appear in the rest of series (or are exceedingly rare).
When Cyborg and Robin are fighting, Cyborg mentions that Robin is four feet tall. In the show, Robin is short, but it's impossible for him to be that short while fighting bad guys.
It is revealed that an aura appears around everything Raven moves in this and later epsiodes, however, whenever Raven would fly, an aura should surround her, but it doesn't.
According to an easter egg mini doc on disc 2, Plasmus' human form (the guy in the tank) is based on series Story Editor, David Slack.
This was retaliation, in away, by series producer, Glen Murakami, after Slack named the creatures Starfire spoke of "The Hungry Murakamis."
Look at Robin's explosive disks, they have blue on them. But later, Nightwing has blue and Robin has yellow.
When Raven, Beast Boy, and Starfire roll their eyes, Starfire's eyes go white instead of their usual green color.
Before Robin tells Starfire, "Let 'em have it!" while he is dodging Plasmus' sludge blasts, the part of his cape which should be black is yellow.
When Beast Boy is leaving Cyborg a message and it shows a bird's-eye view of the Titans, Raven's hood is up. In a close-up view, her hood is down.
In the comics, Plasmus was an ex-miner from Germany called Otto Von Furth, and was a member of the Brotherhood of Evil. As well as being affiliated with Neo-Nazi General Zahl (another comic-book villain), Plasmus could also speak fluent English in his blobby form, but clearly doesn't in this episode.
If the acid or chemicals Plasmus was drinking didn't harm him in the beginning, why would the acid that his claw fell in have killed him?
How did Plasmus' claw catch Robin's foot if Robin's foot was, at that point, out of range?
When Robin's on the conveyor belt, when he's facing the piece of Plasmus, when you see the back of him, the part of his cape that is supposed to be black, is yellow.
During the first battle with Plasmus, Robin uses one of his discs to freeze Plasmus' arm, it then shatters and breaks off. Then it shows Starfire coming at Plasmus with starbolts, and he begins to fall backwards, but the shattered arm is back. The scene after that, Plasmus' arm is gone again.
In the beginning, Plasmus is in his human form in an airtight chamber filled with liquid. However, he has no air mask or anything. That means he would have drowned within the first ten minutes that he was put in there.
Just as Raven's hair starts spinning around while she says the line, "It's pointless to be upset about Cyborg," you can see for a split second that the body suit around her neck is the same color as her skin.
In this episode, we are lead to believe that Cinderblock is Slade's only real "permanent" lackey. However, in "Aftershock (1)," Terra has to put something on Cinderblock to get him to follow Slade's orders.
When Raven lifts the stone block early in the episode, no aura is visible. Every other time in the series she has used telekinesis, a black aura has appeared around the object she was moving.
How did Cyborg beat Cinderblock on his own, when earlier the entire team couldn't do more than irritate him?
When Robin was cleaning the dishes, the one Robin picked up was already clean.
Slade: Next time my plan will succeed... and the Titans will pay!
Slade: (While monitoring how the Titans gets roughed up) Disappointing. With one Titan missing, this is almost too easy. I was expecting more of a challenge.
Plasmus: I am... awake? I should never be awake! I am only human when I am sleeping!
Slade: But for what I have in mind your human form is useless. I need Plasmus.
(Some criminals are trying to escape, Raven blocks their way and scares them)
Raven: (Menacingly) Think again!
Robin: (To Cinderblock) No matter how do you do the math, it all ends up with you going down!
(Starfire is grabbed by Cinderblock)
Starfire: I am sorry to disappoint you, but I am stronger than I look. (Gives Cinderblock a sharp kick to the head)
Robin: You know, bad guys usually break OUT of jail. And I can think of five reasons why you don't want to break in. (Jumps into view) ONE!
Starfire: (Flies into view) TWO!
Beast Boy: (Jumps into view as leopard, changes into human) THREE!
Raven: (Flies into view) Four.
Cyborg: (Jumps into view) FIVE!
Beast Boy: (While Plasmus is chasing him) DUDE, I AM NOT ON THE MENU!
Robin: You want to give this guy the sonic boom?
Cyborg: I got the sonic if you got the boom!
Robin: So, are we cool?
Starfire: I smell like the underside of a Zornian Muckbeetle.
Raven: Tell me about it.
(Starfire pushes a spoonful of the Pudding of Sadness into Beast Boy's mouth)
Beast Boy: (Mightly freaks out and spits stuff out) What is that?! Cream of toenails?!
Starfire: Pudding of Sadness. It is what the people of my planet eat when something bad happens.
Starfire: (Holding the Pudding of Sadness) Try, it will calm your troubled mind.
Raven: My mind is not troubled. My mind is never troubled. People come, people go. It's pointless to worry about Cyborg.
(Screens cracks at the mention of Cyborg)
Raven: ... What?
Robin & Cyborg: WHAT'D YOU SAY?!
(They grow big & Beast Boy, Raven, & Starfire turn into babies)
Robin: You have a problem tin man?!
Cyborg: Yeah! It's four feet tall and smells like cheap hair gel!
Robin: Well, you're an over-sized clutz, and your feet smell like motor oil!
Cyborg: You're bossy, you're rude, and you have no taste in music!
Robin: I don't even know why you're on this team!
Cyborg: That makes two of us! I QUIT! (Walks away)
Beast Boy: Yo, who's turn to do dishes!
Starfire: I wish to initiate a group hug!
Cyborg: You sayin' this is my fault?!
Robin: Want me to say it again?
(Beast Boy attempts to call Cyborg on the phone and gets an answering machine)
Beast Boy: Come on, Cy, pick up! I know you're there, the phone's built into your arm!
Beast Boy: (To Cyborg & Robin) If you guys are gonna fight, give us some time to sell tickets!
Robin: (About Plasmus) Maybe he just needs to chill. (Throws freeze disks at Plasmus)
Robin: You know that stuff isn't good for you.
Plasmus: ... (Belch)
Beast Boy: Oooh, nice one!
(Beast Boy as a dinosaur hits Raven)
Beast Boy: Hey, watch out for flying dinosaurs! (Raven glares) Okay, I'm gonna leave you alone now.
Robin: Star! Let him have it!
(Starfire blows a hole clean through Plasmus' torso)
Starfire: (Gasps) Did I let him have too much?
Beast Boy: I'm thinkin' not enough.
This episode along with "Sisters", "The Final Exam", "Forces Of Nature", "The Sum Of His Parts" and "Nevermore" was released on DVD as Teen Titans: Divide And Conquer.
This episode was nominated for a Annie Award for Outstanding Music in an Animated Television Production.
Plasmus is similar to Clayface from Batman: The Animated Series.
The title of this episode is exactly the same as the title of the last episode of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987).
This episode takes place after "Go!."
Opener: Cinderblock breaks into the Jump City Prison at the same time the Titans introduce themselves to Cinderblock.
Villain Debut(s): Plasmus & Cinderblock.
When Raven lifts the cans of toxic waste, two black swirls of energy spin as she raises her hands during her spellcasting. The same swirling pattern can be seen on the Mindteaser game found at Teen Titans Headquarters, where you can also play Battle Blitz.
We learn that Plasmus is only human while he's sleeping.
First appearance of Slade's butler, Wintergreen. He would later appear in season 5's "Homecoming (2)."
Plasmus' prisoner number, 385901, is the production number of this episode.
All of the Titans' theme song sequences are in this episode.
This is the first episode in which we see Plasmus in his human form, and the first episode that even notices the fact that Plasmus is human. In The End (1)," we see Plasmus in his human form for a couple of seconds once again.
Villain(s): Cinderblock, Plasmus, & Slade.
Raven appears to halt the inmates' escape using the same entrance she uses in the theme song sequence.
"Divide & Conquer" is a literal reference to Plasmus being able to split into "mini-Plasmus'," as well as the team (temporarily) breaking up.
This is originally the first episode produced for the series.
Robin & Cyborg episode.
Kids' WB! airdate: November 8, 2003.
Cinderblock never appeared in the comics, he was created for the series.
Scenes of the Titans' initial battle with Plasmus were used to promote the show during a Kids' WB sneak preview months earlier.
"The Hungry Murakamis" are a reference to series producer, Glen Murakami.
Cameo Appearances: The series story editor, David Slack, makes a cameo appearance as Plasmus' human form.
Part of Starfire's attack is also used in the intro.
Beast Boy's voice is a little different in this episode.
Episode Title: Divide and Conquer
There was a propaganda film about the second World War in 1945 with the same title: Divide and Conquer.
Episode Title: Divide and Conquer
"Divide and Conquer" is a military term; if you divide your enemies, they are easy to conquer.
The police force dresses with helmets and suits that look almost exactly like the Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi stormtroopers on the forest moon, Endor. They even hold the same blaster pistols.
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