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For a split second after Beast Boy presented the Tube-orkel, the red part of Robin's shirt is gray.
Mento: You don't understand. I read the Brain's mind, Beast Boy. He has a new quantum generator, and it works. The most devastating power in the cosmos is now in the hands of a mad man, because you couldn't follow orders. (Pauses) We've got a planet to save. Doom Patrol, move out.
Robin: You did it, Beast Boy.
Cyborg: And just in the nick of time.
Starfire: We are most thankful.
Mento: Beast Boy, stop them!
Beast Boy: So, now I exist.
Cyborg: This place is comin' down! You gotta get us out!
Starfire: Please, you must hurry.
Mento: Never mind us! Get that power core! Beast Boy, don't make the same mistake twice. Do what I say!
Mento: All of you, take 'em down!
Brain: (About Robotman) Your tin soldier seems to be fixed, Mento.
Beast Boy: You can thank us for that.
Brain: Oh, look, the little green one. How nice, a family reunion.
Cyborg: (About Robotman) I'm pickin' up brain waves. He's alive in there - somewhere.
Starfire: Brain waves?
Cyborg: The only part of him that's actually alive. The rest is just machine. In a lot of ways, he's a prototype of me.
Robin: (About Beast Boy) I think he's just worried. The Doom Patrol raised him. They're like his family.
Cyborg: (In reference to the locator pod) So, uh, why isn't it attacking?
Beast Boy: Because it's for me.
Mento: (On locator pod) Beast Boy, this locator pod has found you and you know what it means.
Beast Boy: The Doom Patrol's in trouble.
Mento: (On locator pod) Our last location was in the Amazon jungle. You should begin your search there. Beast Boy, you know what must be done. I'm counting on you.
Robin: What could have happened to them?
Beast Boy: It's the Brotherhood of Evil. After we stopped their blackhole machine years ago, they went underground. Mento must have finally found them.
Robotman: Tell your pet monkey to let the kid go, Brain.
Brain: You are hardly in a position to demand anything, Robotman. In just a few moments, my quantum generator will be fully operational, and the Doom Patrol will be its first victim.
Monsieur Mallah: (To Beast Boy) Difficult choice, is it not?
Mento: Congratulations, you built a battery.
Brain: You mock what you couldn't possibly understand. Everything is now in place. My only desire is an admission of defeat.
Mento: Not gonna happen.
Brain: Then your suffering will only be prolonged. We'll start with the girl.
Robotman: This is your team, Beast Boy? It's just a bunch of kids!
Beast Boy: Gee, Cliff. Good to see you, too.
Negative Man: I've been separated too long. I need to get back to my body.
Robin: From here, we split up. Cyborg, you'll take the front. Starfire and Raven, take out those guard towers. Beast Boy, you've got to get the security door open.
Robotman: And what about these guys? Now can I beat them up?
Robin: Titans, go!
Beast Boy: I got everyone out safe.
Mento: But you let the Brain get away. How could you be so foolish?
Elastigirl: Mento -
Robin: He saved our lives. Doesn't that mean anything to you?
Mento: No. He's only delayed our destruction.
Beast Boy: You'll keep looking for him, just like you always did... sir.
Brain: (To Mento) Then cede! Admit that I have won.
Robotman: (Bursts through wall) Won what? Sure ain't a beauty contest.
Robin: I'd say we found it.
Raven: Any idea what it is?
Starfire: That was most... daring.
Raven: I was going to say unnecessary.
Robin: Robotman, I know you want to stop the Brain, but we're never going to find him unless we work together. Attacking everything that moves isn't going to help.
Robotman: If he builds it, I'm gonna break it. That's the way we do things in the Doom Patrol.
Beast Boy: Well, in case you haven't noticed, this isn't the Doom Patrol. Cliff, this is the way it has to be, at least until we find Mento.
Robotman: This isn't kid stuff, Beast Boy. You think you can handle it?
Beast Boy: You have no idea what we can handle.
Robotman: They got us good, kid. We thought we had them.
Beast Boy: It's not too late, Cliff. We can still find them.
Robotman: You better believe we will. I'm gonna squash that Brain if it's the last thing I do.
Raven: I think he was talking about the Doom Patrol.
Robotman: Uh, r-right.
Starfire: This patrol of doom, why do you never speak of them?
Cyborg: Seriously, the Doom Patrol are legends. You got to have some good stories.
Beast Boy: It was something I did once. I'm a Titan now. You're moving too slow! (Morphs into bird, flies off)
Raven: He's acting strange, even for Beast Boy.
(In the jungle)
Starfire: Beast Boy, is this -
Beast Boy: The Doom Patrol's ship. Or what's left of it.
Cyborg: Well, nobody's home.
Robin: Then we start looking.
Raven: They could be anywhere.
Beast Boy: Then we'll look everywhere.
Beast Boy: Beast Boy's All Star Prop Comedy Revue! I know what you're thinking. There's nothing more annoying than when you can't play your tuba in the bathtub.
Raven: More annoying than this?
Starfire: Shh! Please, continue.
Beast Boy: Well, that won't be a problem if you have a tube-orkel. Get it? It's part tuba, part snorkel. Tube-orkel. Huh? Well?
(Alarm goes off)
Cyborg: All right, we're under attack!
(Beast Boy glares)
Robin: Take cover. We don't know what we're up against.
Cyborg: Uh, you might want to tell that to him. (Points to Robotman, who's already taken off)
Raven: You sure he has a brain in there?
Robotman: The Brain built these things to scavenge raw material. He's got a whole jungle crawling with them.
Robin: So, if we follow one, it might lead us to the Brain.
Robotman: Well, aren't you the clever one?
Beast Boy: Titans, go!
(Titans look at Robin)
Robin: You heard him. Titans, go!
Elastigirl: (To Cyborg) Good shot! Whoever you are.
Cyborg: "Whoever you are"? Hey, I've saved the earth . . . several times!
Robotman: Five months? I've been shut down for five months?! Why did they build me with an "Off" switch?
Robotman: Way to go, kid.
Beast Boy: Mento, I did it. I got bigger!
Mento: The only thing you did is disobey a direct order. I told you to destroy the generator, not save us!
Robotman: Um, give the kid a break.
Elastigirl: Steve, please.
Mento: Rita, the boy won't listen. Beast Boy, you'll never be a part of this team unless you can learn to follow orders. Do I make myself clear?
Beast Boy: Yes, sir, I understand.
Mento: Beast Boy, it's creating a black hole. Destroy that machine.
Beast Boy: It's... it's too big. I can't!
Mento: You must! Do it now!
Beast Boy: Think big. Think big. Think big. (Morphs into dinosaur)
Robotman: Doom Patrol, go!
According to Teen Titans Go #45: Beast Boy determined to join Doom Patrol broke into their quarters. He was treated as an intruder, but his effort to escape capture impressed them, thus earning his membership on the team.
This is also the plot for the characters original first appearance in the DC universe: The Doom Patrol #99 
This is the first episode to use "roll-up" captions.
YTV airdate: March 4, 2006.
To destroy the quantum generator in Beast Boy's flashback, Negative Man performs an energy attack, similar to Raven's soul-self attack we saw in "The End (1)."
Robotman looks a lot like Atlas from "Only Human." If you'll notice, he's even got the same eyes.
Monsieur Mallah is similar to Justice League Unlimited's villain, Gorilla Grodd.
Villain Debut(s): The Brotherhood of Evil.
Villain(s): The Brain & Monsieur Mallah (Brotherhood of Evil).
It's really interesting how the Doom Patrol's Elastigirl's last name is Farr, and The Incredibles' Elastigirl's last name is Parr.
In the comics, the dark-colored box on Robotman's chest wasn't part of his system, it was a camera so the Doom Patrol's leader, the Chief, could see what the team was encountering in the field.
The Doom Patrol is composed of:
-Robotman (Cliff Steele), a former daredevil whose brain was placed in a powerful robot body after a car crash.
-Elasti-girl (Rita Farr), a former actress who inhaled strange gases that allow her to grow or shrink.
-Negative Man (Larry Trainor), an ex-test pilot who was exposed to strange radiation flying through the atmosphere and can now release an energy being from his body that can fly and pass through walls, but has to wear special bandages to avoid exposing everyone around him to radiation.
-Mento (Steve Dayton), a wealthy inventor who created a helmet that gives him psychokinetic powers, so he could go on adventures with Elastigirl.
In this version, Mento's the leader, although in the comics, the team was led by Niles Caulder, the Chief, a scientist bound to a wheelchair. Also, in the comics, Beast Boy is the child of Mento and Elasti-girl, but he appears to have no biological connections to the characters in the episode.
The powers of Negative Man and Mento bear incredible similarity to Raven's telekinesis and shadow power.
Season 5 will most likely be a Beast Boy season.
Beast Boy played the beginning of the Teen Titans theme song.
This is the second superhero team team-up in this show. The first being with Titans East.
Two explanations for the five month period:
1) It took the robot five months to find Beast Boy.
2) It is possible that the data could have been extracted from Robotman to find out the last time his suit was used.
The real names of the Doom Patrol members (excluding Beast Boy) are:
Mento - Steve Dayton
Elastigirl - Rita Farr
Negative Man - Larry Trainor
Robotman - Cliff Steele
When he was younger, Beast Boy wore a gray mask. When he joined the Teen Titans, he didn't wear it anymore, but kept the uniform.
Everyone in the Doom Patrol wears the same color outfit as Beast Boy does, but a little differently. The colors are black and purple.
This is the second time Beast Boy says, "Titans, Go!" The first time was while playing dress-up as Robin in "The Quest."
Before this episode, The Brain appeared in Teen Titans, Go! #21.
In the comic book series, the Doom Patrol was the team that Beast Boy was once on, but the Doom Patrol was slain one day, leaving Beast Boy the only survivor. Afterwards, he joined the Teen Titans as a member of their group.
In the comics, Beast Boy was adopted by the Doom Patrol.
Beast Boy episode.
This is the first time that a season opened up with a two-part episode.
In the Teen Titans comic books, the original Doom Patrol was Beast Boy's family, which they are now.
Animated Debut(s): Doom Patrol - Mento, Elastigirl, Robotman, & Negative Man. The Brotherhood of Evil - The Brain & Monsieur Mallah.
The episode makes some references to The New Teen Titans #13 & 14 (1981) with respect to the Doom Patrol. Similar to the comics, the Titans find the Doom Patrol in the African jungles. Likewise, the first Doom Patrol member they find is Robotman, whose first appearance in the episode is a direct homage to his first appearance in issue thirteen, hanging from jungle vines with a sign posted on him that bewares trespassers. Also, like the comics, the Brotherhood of Evil is involved with the Doom Patrol's fate, and the group in the comics includes The Brain and Monsieur Mallah.
Brain: Container & Voice
The Brain's cylindrical-ribbed container, and his mechanical voice are possibly an indirect allusion to the Dalek, evil aliens bent on exterminating all life (apart from their own). The Dalek was one of the main villains in the British Sci-fi cult smash, Doctor Who.
Doom Patrol: Fantastic Four
The Doom Patrol in this version are a lot like the Fantastic Four; Robotman's powerful strength, immense size, and displeasure with his appearance match Benjamin Grim's attitude towards his "Thing" form; Elastigirl is a peacekeeper, second in command to Mento and the only female member of the team, much like Sue Storm, who was very close to Mr. Fantastic and also second-in-command of the team; Negative Man is a bit hotheaded and the flying member of the team, like Jonny Storm in his Human Torch form was; and Mento is the scientist, the brilliant one, and the leader of the team, just like Reed Richards.
The Brain's container looks like Skeleton King from Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go!, coincidentally, Greg Cipes, the voice of Beast Boy, also works on that show.
Monsieur Mallah: Name
Mallah's name might be a reference to the Arabic word "Smallah," which means big, large, or a lot. This can also explain Mallah's size.
The jaunty background music, along with the jungle setting and the robot/vehicles with rotating weaponry, are all allusions to the movie, The Incredibles. Seems only fair to point out that the music from The Incredibles was a take off of the James Bond movie, On Her Majesty's Secret Service music.
Beast Boy: Wait 'til you see my... oh.
This is a reference to the Yin Yang Twins hit, ''The Whisper Song."
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