Teen Titans

Season 4 Episode 5

Employee of the Month

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Aired Weekdays 4:30 PM Feb 19, 2005 on Cartoon Network
7.3
out of 10
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217 votes
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Beast Boy has only one real dream in life - to someday, somehow, own a moped. But when the others refuse to help him, Beast Boy decides the only way to make his dream come true is to make the money to buy it himself. However, when his only chance of getting a job is to work at a new restaurant called "Mega Meaty Meat," which is run by a strange man named Bob, not only does he save the world from certain destruction, he also proves that a moped is worth investing in.moreless

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  • Beast Boy gets a job...and saves the world from talking tofu...yes, weird.

    7.0
    Ok, the titans are investigating a crime scene where flying saucers have been abducting cows. Beast Boy gets a job to afford buying a moped, but at the place he works the employee of the month award was a moped. He quickly finds out that Mega Meaty Meat isn't as calm as it seems. As the boss is a weird tofu deforming of "The Source". Beast Boy needs to save the cows, defeat all the "Bobs" and somehow shut off the generator that will destory earth. He saves the cows, destroys the Bob clones with water, and makes the Source tell him how to shut off the generator, which he does. Beast Boy shines quite brightly in this episode. It was an ok episode, but I didn't like it as much because it was only centered around Beast Boy.moreless
  • Beast Boy starts working at a fast-food joint in order to get money for a moped, where he lerans that not all is as it appears.

    9.7
    This was seriously a really funny episode. I especially enjoyed all of the subtle nods to FLCL, which happens to be one of my all-time favorite anime series. And Raven's line about "being invaded by cows" was absoluetly hysterical!

    This one episode I could definetly enjoy watching over and again!
  • Everytime I watch this episode I burst into tears with laughter...

    10
    This is one of the rare episodes of Teen Titans that makes me laugh everytime I view it. The plot of the episode alone is hiliarous as well as very serious (well as serious as power supplying cows can possibly be!).



    The Source is one of the funniest villains (?) on the show. His voice just cracks me up.



    I love the fighting sequences from the other Titans when they track down the UFO, especially the one without Beast Boy.



    Beast Boy is best given off in this episode. I love the way that he avoids shutting down the lazer thingymajiggy. And also when he found out that the employee of the month recieved a moped, his face was a picture and a half!!



    Great episode if you have a good sense of humour!moreless
  • Another thing I love about this show is the funny episodes.

    7.7
    Summary: Beast Boy has only one real dream in life - to someday, somehow own a moped. And when Robin won't buy him one and Cyborg won't build him one, Beast Boy has only one way to make his dream come true - he has to get a job.





    Thoughts: This was a very weird episode. This episode wasn't like serious as "Haunted" or complete messed up as "Mad Mod" or as annoying like someone poking you with a stick like "Deep Six" this episode was just weird.



    Employee of the Month is a comedy episode that doesn't accomplish anything, but just wants to make the viewer laugh their butts off.



    I enjoyed this episode fairly well.moreless
  • Pretty hilarious and decent episode. I may not have liked a few things, but it was good enough for a 9.

    9.6
    For Beast Boy fans, this is a must see episode. It is a very silly and possibly the biggest parody episode of the show. I, for one, pretty much loved it? I give it a 9.6 as I love hilarious episodes that highlight the characters needs and personality, although there were some things that would have been necessary/able to miss out.

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