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Why doesn't Beast Boy just turn into a fly to get away?
When Starfire is pushing Soto's spaceship to the ground, her wristband is gone for a moment, then it appeared in the next scene.
Robin chops the tree that Soto is using as a weapon into small parts, making Soto end up holding a very short part of the tree. In another scene shortly after this, Soto is holding a much larger piece of tree than he was when Robin sliced it up.
Several times in this episode, Raven's proportions were changed. For example, once the Titans are done staring at the alien dog after he talks, Raven is very short and her legs are too long.
(Robin is working out on his obstacle course when Beast Boy interrupts)
Beast Boy: Hey, Robin! (is accidentally kicked) Need a workout buddy?
Robin: Sorry, Beast Boy, but this is more of a solo thing. (pause) Are you okay?
Beast Boy: (sadly) Awesome.
(Raven throws a tree at Soto, but he catches it and begins swinging it wildly)
Cyborg: Why didn't you just hand him a laser cannon!
Alien Dog: I refuse to be your pet any longer!
Soto: Okay! Soto will be the doggy now, and you will be the master!
Cyborg: Sorry, Fido, if Cyborg builds it, nobody breaks it!
Soto: (About Beast Boy) You are not Soto's dog! You are better than Soto's dog!
Girls: (About Beast Boy) Uh, why is that dog green? And it smells like old pizza!
Beast Boy: So what's up, Cyborg? Working on your car? I bet you could use a few extra hands! (turns into an octopus)
Beast Boy: If it's all right with you guys, I'm just gonna go home. I think I've had enough attention for one day.
(Starfire & Raven are chanting "Azarath Metrion Zinthos" in midair at a crystal ball)
Starfire: Raven. Does it usually take this long to contact the Spirit World?
Raven: Not always, Starfire. It just takes a little focus, concentration, and...
(Beast Boy's head appears in the crystal ball)
Beast Boy: Dudes!
(Starfire & Raven grasp each other and scream)
Beast Boy: Dude, I am NOBODY'S pet!
Raven: Here, doggy, doggy, doggy...
Raven: Beast Boy, don't make me send you to another dimension.
(Starfire, Cyborg, Raven, & Robin are walking up alley towards Beast Boy)
Robin: Careful, we don't want to hurt him.
Raven: Speak for yourself!
Beast Boy: 'Kay. I'm going downtown. Anybody want to come with? Yes? No? Anybody? (Echoes) Anybody?
Robin: We need a plan.
Cyborg: Or maybe we just need some bait.
(All look at Raven)
Raven: (Realizes everyone's looking at her) What?
Soto: (Getting angry) Soto said change!
Beast Boy: And Beast Boy said... (Gets shocked)
Beast Boy: (To Raven & Starfire) Dude! I'm going to try to beat the world record of most tofu eaten in one hour. Wanna be my official witnesses?
Raven: No, and please get out of my room.
Beast Boy: (Struggling with the leash) Dude, I've told you before. I'm (Nngh!) not your (Nnngh!) dog!!! (Grrrngh)
Raven: I'm still getting his drool off my face. I don't want him anywhere near my brain.
Raven: (About the dog talking) And you didn't tell us this before because... ?
Alien Dog: I was having too much fun.
Starfire: What is that smell?
Cyborg: Dog-boy mistook me for a fire hydrant.
Alien Dog: Pardon me, I believe we may be able to help each other.
(The Titans stare at the dog in shock)
Robin: Okay, am I the only one who heard that?
Cyborg: You talk? Dogs don't talk!
This is the first time we see Starfire and Raven combine their attacks.
This episode along with "How Long Is Forever", "Terra", "Only Human", "Fear Itself" and "Date With Destiny" was released on DVD as Teen Titans: Fear Itself.
Beast Boy feels a sense of neglectment in this episode.
Raven is capable of sending objects to other dimensions. She mentioned this to the alien dog.
Running Gag: The Alien Dog always licking Raven's face.
First time Starfire is without one of her boots.
Raven is capable of contacting the spirit world.
Villain Debut(s): Soto.
Soto and the alien dog are voiced by the same person.
Opener: A mysterious alien spaceship crashes at night in the forest, and a green-colored dog escapes from it.
YTV airdate: September 4, 2004.
The character, Soto, was named after the director, Alex Soto.
Kids' WB! airdate: September 11, 2004.
Beast Boy episode.
Soto is the name of the warehouse/party building in "Sisters."
The episode "Charlie X" of the original Star Trek series had a similar theme - the enemy was an alien child with incredible powers, although he possessed a far hight intelligence then.
Soto's Ship Controls
The ships controls look like children's educational toys. Most recognizable is the use of bright colors, oversized buttons, and basic shapes. Another indication of Soto's intelligence.
The name Soto is a reference to one of the show's producers, Alex Soto.
Spirit World: Astral Plane
When Starfire and Raven are meditating in Raven's room, she mentions a "spirit world." This is a metaphysical plane of existance where all ghosts and other non-corporeal mystical entities reside.
Soto, the alien that mistakenly captures Beast Boy, resembles one of the Easter Island head rock formations.
This is an allusion to a theory that aliens helped create many of the world's famous monuments, including the Heads on Easter Island.
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