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According to Batman Forever, Dick Grayson told Alford his brother's wire broke. Once he swung out and grabbed him, his father said he was his hero swung in like a robin.
GOOF: When Beast Boy re-captures his mouth, the first thing he says backwards is, "Help! I can't understand anything I'm saying!" But he had just gotten his mouth and said this phrase immediately. How could he not understand what he was saying if he had not said anything before this statement to not understand?
Larry was a reference to an episode of Pinky and the Brain, the one with Larry.
1960s Robin - While Larry is bouncing around the tower celebrating his name, in one short sequence he appears as Robin from the animated introduction to the 1960s Batman TV show, starring Adam West and Burt Ward.
Robin shouldn't have his cast on over his glove. He should have taken off the glove first.
One of the fleeing citizens seen after Larry "breaks reality" is a young man who resembles Gilligan from Gilligan's Island, complete with red sweater and white floppy beach hat.
Just before the Titans are swallowed by a whale, Beast Boy's mouth is back on for a second, when it was meant to be separated from his face.
How did Johnny know what that vortex on the tower did? He doesn't seem to possess too much knowledge about magic like this.
Look hard when Beast Boy tears Raven's mouth from her face. When Beast Boy places it on his face, it has purple lipstick on.
When Johnny created his city and took down Raven, Beast Boy, Cyborg, and Starfire and then, Larry and Robin are talking to each other, you see Larry's finger broken. But then, Larry suddenly fixes Robin's motorcycle in about 5 seconds.
Larry's magic finger switches from his right hand to his left.
When they're on the rooftop, shortly before Johnny steals the power (and while Raven is fixing her hair, which resembled the Bride of Frankenstein's, and later was temporarily reshaped into a "raven," before falling back to the sides of her head), Beast Boy's mouth is facing the right way (fang on his left), but he's still speaking backwards (and the fang shifts to the right while he speaks).
After Beast Boy named Nosyarg Kcid Larry, he was bouncing around, and for a second, his L on his badge was an R.
Larry's real name is Dick Grayson backwards (one of Robin's comic alter egos), but in "X," Beast Boy's little chart says that Robin is Jason Todd (another alter ego).
Earlier, we see that Johnny can create stuff after being doused in that energy that Larry unleashes (he makes a motorcycle). However, he just pouts when Robin knocks his gun away. Why didn't he just make another one?
When it shows Cyborg's grandmother, she is half machine and half-human like Cyborg. She should be all human because Cyborg only became his half-machine self after he was in a horrible accident.
The first time you see the Titans (excluding Robin) chasing Johnny Rancid, when you first see Raven, she doesn't have her hood to her cloak on. But a second later, the next time you see her, she has it on.
Larry chews a hole in the couch, and it disappears later.
The reason that Robin is chasing Johnny is because Johnny is a maniac that is heavily armed and not afraid to hurt people. We don't know that the other Titans aren't searching for Slade, so Robin might have been excluded from the search for Terra and Slade because of the way he gets when he's after Slade, even when Terra is his new apprentice.
Sometimes throughout the episode, Larry's bandage is missing.
In one scene, after Robin gets his cast, it's gone. But a couple scenes later, it's back.
Starfire: Robin, you are feeling okay?
Robin: The universe is falling apart because I made another stupid mistake. How would you feel?
Beast Boy: Edud! Sruoh rof taht erats nac I! (Dude! I can stare that for hours!)
Starfire: Beast Boy, wonderful! You have recaptured your mouth!
Raven: Yeah, but I think he put it on backwards.
Beast Boy: Pleh! Gniyas m'i tahw dnatsrednu t'nac I!
(I can't understand what I'm saying! Help!)
Raven: I've been able to reduce your injury to a minor fracture. You're still going to have to wear that cast for a few weeks, though.
Robin: Grr! How could I have made such a stupid mistake?
Cyborg: It was an accident, man. Accidents happen.
Robin: Not to me they don't.
Johnny Rancid: You can't fight, you can't ride, and you CAN'T WIN!
Beast Boy: Nice to meet you, nosy... nosey... uh, how about we just call you Larry?
Larry: My name is Larry now! YAY!!
Larry: Look, now were cast buddies, too!
Robin: (Sarcastically) Yay...
Beast Boy: (After Johnny Rancid spits on him, backwards) Rancid loogy! Eww!
Larry: Well, when you pushed me, we kinda broke it!
Robin: You broke reality?!
Starfire: (After she, Raven, Cyborg, & Beast Boy tackle Robin to the floor) You are in no condition to be battling the Johnny Rancid!
Robin: I know. I was just reaching for the remote.
Larry: We're still alive! Yay!
Johnny Rancid: Robin, a little birdy name for a little birdy boy.
Cyborg: (After reality is broken) Why does the entire world look like it belongs on my grandma's fridge?
Robin: (To Johnny Rancid) So, Johnny, what's it like having your butt kicked by a "stupid, little kid"?
Johnny Rancid: (To Robin) You're just a STUPID, LITTLE KID!
(Cyborg snags Starfire's mouth)
Cyborg: (Starfire's voice) Well, somebody's gotta fix it. Come on, y'all.
(Starfire snatches her mouth back, Cyborg & Raven do the same for their mouths; in normal voice)
Cyborg: We're headed for Titans' Tower!
Beast Boy: Different dimensions... bending reality... ugh! All this science is hurting my brain!
Larry: I can fix that!
(Larry opens the top of Beast Boy's head and slaps a band-aid on his brain)
Beast Boy: Huh? Oh... (Contended sigh)
Raven: (After Johnny Rancid darkened the town) Cool! I mean, oops.
Larry: Larry fixed the bike!
Johnny Rancid: That's the stupidest thing I've ever seen!
Robin: Have you looked in a mirror lately?
Cyborg: The little dude was right. He really is you!
Larry: We're DNA buddies, yeah.
Raven: (Watching a group of flowers walk past her, after Larry has broken reality) This can't be good.
Larry: We did it! Together! Oops...
Robin: Fix it! Now!
Larry: I can't! Magic finger's broke, too.
Robin: Raven, fix his finger!
(Raven snags Cyborg's mouth)
Raven: (Cyborg's voice) Not a good idea. If I mix my powers with his, it could create an inter-dimensional rift that could nullify all existence.
Beast Boy: (Raven's voice) Who cares?! I just want my mouth back!
Raven: (To Johnny Rancid) You want dark? I'LL show you DARK!
Raven: (To Larry) The Book of Azar is not a toy!
Robin: Well, if someone was trying to clone me, they didn't do a very good job.
Starfire: Please, no more Robin yelling at Robin.
Beast Boy: Dude, I know just how to cheer you up! We'll all have to sign your...
(Robin glares at him)
Beast Boy: ... or not.
Larry: Yay! Larry fixed everything!
Beast Boy: Olleh! Uoy ot dexif dnuos I od?
(Subtitle: Hello! Do I sound fixed to you?)
Larry: Um, that'll just wear off. Sooner or later.
This episode deals with Robin getting over his doubts about himself.
Like Robin, Larry also loves Starfire.
This is the second time we see Raven use her powers for healing; the first time being in "Final Exam."
Villain Debut(s): Johnny Rancid.
Cartoon Network (UK) airdate: April 25, 2004.
Cyborg's grandmother can briefly be seen in this episode.
Running Gag: Raven trying to get her hair back to normal, only to come out with a completely different style.
The person who voiced Larry in the theme song for this episode is Puffy AmiYumi's manager, who is known as Toshi. This version is called the "Toshi Mix". He is credited as Toy C on the show.
YTV airdate: November 15, 2004.
Kids' WB! airdate: November 13, 2004.
While reality is broken, a strawberry floats through the sky, much as it did in Raven's "happy zone" in "Nevermore."
It seems that the book Raven is always reading is the Book of Azar, another clue to her background (Azar = Azarath).
Opener: Robin chases Johnny Rancid through the city and crashes, causing Robin's arm to break.
When "Larry" is explaining himself, and it shows a scene of some sort of evolution chain, a picture of "Soto" is visible as one of the evolutions.
When Robin is watching TV, he turns on the same cooking channel in "Nevermore."
Raven first demonstrated her healing powers on Beast Boy in "Final Exam."
The scene where Larry pops out of Robin's head seems to reflect the anime, Fooly Cooly.
Johnny Rancid's name is an obvious reference to Johnny Rotten, singer in 1970's punk band, Sex Pistols.
The theme song is being sung by Larry, people. Having him sing it in Japanese is emphasising his geeky, fanboy nature. And just 'cause his name is "Dick Grayson" backwards, that's not categorical proof that the TT Robin is Dick Grayson - officially, while they just treat him as "Robin," the show seems to treat him like he's Grayson, doing things with him that were done with Grayson-Robin in the comics, but in the animated continuity, which has been re-inforced by Static Shock , this should be Tim Drake. (Reply: According to the staff of the show, they say that Robin is Robin, there are no alter egos. The viewer is the one who decides if they want to believe Robin is Dick Grayson, Tim Drake, Jason Todd, etc.) (Reply: Wouldn't Robin be Dick Grayson, because in the episode "How Long is Forever," Robin ended up Nightwing, like Dick Grayson did.) (Reply: Kid Flash appears in the last season of the series and is voiced by Michael Rosenbaum, who voices the adult Flash on Justice League. If Teen Titans and Justice League do indeed occur in the same universe, it is reasonable to conclude that Teen Titans takes place years before Justice League.)
L and R are pronounced the same way in Japan.
The theme song for this episode is sung in Japanese, but instead of being sung by the usual people, it is sung by Larry. Each time "Teen Titan go!" is sung, a picture of Larry the Titan flies past.
Villain(s): Johnny Rancid.
Nosyarg Kcid (a.k.a. Larry) is Dick Grayson backwards. A similar annoying, little, fanboy alien appeared in the Batman comics of the 1960's, where he was imitating Batman.
Beast Boy: Backwards Speech
When Beast Boy speaks backwards, it's an allusion to the backwards speaking dwarf in Twin Peaks.
When Robin twirls his finger in a sarcastic show of excitement, it's a lot like in Austin Powers when Austin says "Whoopdeedoo Bazil." When he doesn't understand what Bazil is talking about and why everyone else is reacting excitedly. They twirl their fingers the exact same way.
Robin: Chainsaw Arm
When Larry tries to fix Robin's arm, Robin's arm turns into a chainsaw. In The Evil Dead, the character Ash had a chainsaw replacing his hand when he also lost function of it (he hacked it off with said chainsaw).
Starfire: Welcome to Earth, small amusing doppleganger!
A doppleganger is a mythical creature from Greek Mythology. It is the shadow creature that every person has. Only the owner of the doppleganger can see it. It stays directly behind the head of the owner and does not appear in mirrors, so basically, you don't see dopplegangers. Seeing one's doppleganger is a sign of bad luck. They are friendly and warm to their owners and give feedback on ideas in a sort of telepathic way. It rarely appears to friends and family, and it is a sign of ill fortune to the owner when it does. Larry even appears in Robin's head, and in addition has that squeaky annoying voice. Larry appears right after Robin fractures his arm, as well.
Larry the Titan: Appearance
Larry has a pretty close resemblance to the Bat-Mite, a fourth dimensional omnipotent imp during the Silver Age who was obsessed with Batman, and would try to help him and just get in the way. He was wiped from current continuity in 1985 (by the Crisis of Infinite Earths -- if you don't know, don't ask).
Johnny Rancid: Inspiration
It's possible that Johnny Rancid is inspired by various punk rockstars. In particular Johnny, which is a possible reference to the second lead singer of the Sex Pistols, Johnny Rotten, and the punk band Rancid, as well of the fact Henry Rollins who use to be the lead singer of the punk band, Black Flag.
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