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When Beast Boy transforms into the Werebeast for the second time, he completely tears off his clothes, yet when he changes back they are intact.
Starfire's favorite television program is 'World of Fungus'.
When Cyborg burst through a wooden fence in the T-Car, in his pursuit for Raven and Beast Boy, he clearly hits two pedestrians.
Beast Boy's voice deepens and reverts back to normal throughout the entire episode.
Beast Boy's transformations: wolf, bull, monkey, tiger, yeti, ox, Stegosaurus, lion, bear, cat, baboon, beast-within.
They find Beast Boy's belt in the sewers, but he would not have been able to drop it there, since it is evident by his confusion when he is defeated by the rest of the team and reverts back to his more human form that he did not transform back until then, nor does it make sense for the Beast to have worn the belt and then ditched it.
How did those big huge were-beasts fit through that tiny manhole to get to the sewers?
The manhole is already open when Robin, Starfire, and Cyborg arrive at it, yet they still show the manhole cover being removed in the next clip where the three are peering down into it.
Beast Boy's outfit rips when he turns into the beast in this episode, yet his outfit remains intact when he turns into that beast again in "The End" and other animals.
The sewer water in this episode is green, unlike it was in "Apprentice."
The fight scene where Adonis and Beast Boy fight (in Beast form) is the same place where Slade had his Cronoton detonator in "Apprentice," except this time there is no sewer water.
If Beast Boy was a DNA blank, why couldn't he change his skin color?
When Robin and Cyborg are chasing Beast Boy, we clearly see people standing perfectly still on the sidewalk as the were-beast runs by. Are monsters so common place in the Teen Titans' home city that the average citizen pays no mind when a hulking werewolf runs past them? Shouldn't at least one person have run screaming?
When Raven and Beast Boy ran into each other, for a second, Raven's chakra was round.
Robin finds a piece of Raven's cloak while looking for her. When you see Raven in Beast Boy's teeth, her cloak looks undamaged.
The Titans find Raven's signal generator (the brooch) in the sewers, but she's wearing it when the Titans find her and Beast Boy.
Raven is attacked by Beast Boy, and we're cut to a commercial break. When Teen Titans resumes, a scream is heard and the other Titans come to investigate. However, the scream is clearly in the voice of Starfire, not Raven.
When you see Raven on the bed in the infirmary, there were no wires or anything connected to her. So, how could the other Titans be able to monitor her heart beat and vital signs on the screen if there were no wires actually on her to monitor that stuff?
Robin: Beast Boy!
(The scene shows Beast Boy taking Raven's cloak)
Robin: Leave her alone!
Cyborg: What's going into you, man?
Starfire: You are behaving like a Royal Zargnarf!
Robin: You need to tell me what happened.
Beast Boy: I told you, I don't remember—any of it. We had that argument, I went to my room, I was angry, and then nothing. Claws… a scream… nothing.
Robin: (Persistent) Claws and a scream isn't nothing. What else?
Beast Boy: (Getting really angry and annoyed) That's all!
Robin: (Persistent) No, it isn't! You have to focus!
Beast Boy: (Getting pissed off) I am!
Robin: (Persistent) You have to remember!
Beast Boy: (Officially pissed off) I'm trying!
Robin: (Persistent and in Beast Boy's face) Try harder! If you can't tell me what happened, I have to assume the worst. I have to put you in jail! You need to remember!
Beast Boy: I CAN'T!!! (His heart monitor starts beeping like crazy)
***Beast Boy starts to change***
Starfire: Beast Boy! (About to go over to Beast Boy because he is in extreme pain)
Robin: (Puts out a hand a sign not to move closer) No!
Beast Boy: (Changing) Get away from me!
***Beast Boy now fully changes and starts trying to get to Raven at all costs***
(Beast Boy loses a game to Cyborg)
Beast Boy: Dude, no fair, you can't do that!
Cyborg: I can, I did, and baby, that's why I win!
Beast Boy: That's what you think!
(Throws the controller and scratches Cyborg's chest with his claws)
Cyborg: Yo, man, chill! It's just a stupid game.
Adonis: What's the matter, wuss. Don't you know how to fight like a man?
Beast Boy: I'm not a man, I'm an animal!
Raven: Having that thing inside you doesn't make you a monster. Knowing when to let it out is what makes you a man.
Beast Boy: Hmm, maybe you should call me BeastMan from now on.
Raven: We're having a moment here, don't ruin it.
Beast Boy: BeastDude?
Adonis: You think you can out-muscle Adonis? Bring it on.
Beast Boy: Dude, it is totally brunged, bringed.
Raven: Ooohh, bad grammar. That ought to scare him.
Beast Boy: Ugh, I can't believe I ate meat.
Raven: Yeah. Have any freak-outs lately?
Beast Boy: I just got sick of being pushed around.
Starfire: You are merely flipping.
(Beast Boy ate Robin's ham & eggs, and they exchange some dialogue)
Beast Boy: It's almost noon. You should get some breakfast.
Robin: That was my breakfast.
Raven: He didn't hurt me, he ... saved me.
Starfire: From what?
Raven: Let... me... go!
Adonis: (Purrs) You're feisty.
Adonis: Nobody out-muscles Adonis.
Beast Boy: Oh, yeah? Well, my muscles may be small and ropy, but they're not! I mean...
Beast Boy: Ever since I stood up to that loser, Adonis, I feel like a new man, a real man, and real men don't eat tofu.
Beast Boy: (Mumbling) She always insults me, teases me. I finally stick up for myself, and they take her side!
Starfire: Oh, I wish to know that our friends are okay now, please.
Cyborg: Join the club. I can't even find B.B.'s signal.
Robin: It's not Beast Boy I'm worried about.
Beast Boy: No. I wouldn't. I mean, we had a fight, but I would never --
Starfire: She was in your teeth.
Beast Boy: (Yelling angrily) That's a lie! (Almost gets out of the chair as if to go towards Starfire)
Robin: (Menacingly while clenching his teeth) I'm going to ask you to keep your voice down!
(Beast Boy glares up at him with open anger and hate only to get the same gaze back from Robin; Beast Boy's right hand starts to ease forward to grip the end of the chair's arm, so hard that they begin to shake; anger burns in his eyes for another moment, then subsides)
Beast Boy: What's happening to me? (Leaning back in the chair very worried)
Raven: (To Beast Boy) On second thought, I'm not sorry, and you're a jerk.
Beast Boy: Raven... She's gonna be all right, isn't she? I mean, she's not moving... What have I done?
Beast Boy: I should sleep on the floor more often. I feel great!
Raven: Is this the part where I'm supposed to be intimidated?
Beast Boy: No - THIS is! (Changes into gorilla)
Beast Boy is more aggresive in this episode.
Adonis did not appear in the Teen Titans comics. He was made up by the creators, specifically for the animated series.
Opener: The team fights Adonis, afterwhich, Adonis is defeated by Beast Boy, who is sick of being pushed around.
Villain Debut(s): Adonis.
This is the first season that the Titans team is destroyed:
Robin: Almost killed by Slade in "Haunted."
Raven: Almost lost and consumed by Malchior in "Spellbound."
Cyborg: Almost killed by the virus in "Crash."
Starfire: Almost betrothed and almost had to rule Tamaran in "Betrothed."
Beast Boy: Almost thrown in Jail in this episode.
Apparently, Robin has oven mitts with the same "R" symbols as his suit and R-Cycle.
In this episode, when Beast Boy turns into the Were-Beast, he is incredibly strong. However, in "The End (1)," he is easily defeated by the demons.
Look Hard: The monkey toy from "Fear Itself" gets smashed when Beast Boy throws it against the wall.
YTV airdate: March 17, 2005.
Look Hard: Adonis' suit seems to have been made out of the same kind of car you see when Beast Boy is flipping channels later on.
Villain(s): Adonis & Were-Beast.
This is the second episode that the T-Car wasn't destroyed.
Third appearance of Raven's healing powers.
This was originally a Halloween episode where a criminal named, "Microdriver" attacked the Titans in the Tower and make their dreams a reality. It would have been called, "Necro Nightmare," but the episode was changed at the last minute.
Beast Boy episode.
This episode is somewhat similar to The Powerpuff Girls episode "Bubblevicious". Both Beast Boy and Bubbles were viewed as weak, and they behaved aggressively towards others, trying to prove that they're tougher than they appear to be.
Episode Title: The Beast Within
The title "The Beast Within" is similar to Ian Watson's novel: The Alien Beast Within. The story shows some similarity, too. In the cartoon, Beast Boy gets poisoned by a chemical, which makes him turn into a beast. In the novel, Ey-Lindy (an assassin), uses a chemical called Polymorphyn to change into a monster.
Legion of Super Heroes
Beast Boy's were-beast form looked like the full beast form of Timber Wolf from the Legion of Super Heroes, who coincidentally was created by his father as the "ultimate" fighting animal.
Beast Boy: (Turning into Were-Beast)
Both times when Beast Boy changed, he was angry (first at Raven, second when Robin kept questioning him). This is similar to The Incredible Hulk, where Dr. David Banner turned into the Hulk when angered.
In mythology, Adonis is a Syrian dying-and-reborn annual vegetation god imported into Greek mythology. His name is frequently used as an allusion to an extremely attractive, youthful male, often with a connotation of immature vanity: "the office Adonis." The Adonis seen in this episode fits these charactertistics perfectly (or so he claims). More Info
When Beast Boy turns into the Were-Beast, he looks a lot like The Beast from the movie, Beauty and the Beast. (Raven seems like Belle from Beauty and the Beast because both of them got hurt, and in this episode, Beast Boy saved and helped her, just like The Beast helped Belle in Beauty and the Beast.)
Adonis & Beast Boy: Fight Scene
During the fight scene between Beast Boy and Adonis, while they were Man-Beasts, Beast Boy rolled into a ball and launched himself at Adonis, then attacked him with high-speed attacks. That was similar to Sonic the Hedgehog, Sega's mascot, who uses attacks in the same style.
Beast Boy: Movements
One of Beast Boy's 'Beast' moves was rolling himself into a ball and hurling himself towards his opponent; kinda like Blanka from Street Fighter.
Beast Boy: Maybe you should call me BeastMan from now on!
When Beast Boy stands on his name, (BeastMan), it looks like a shot from the original X-Men theme song.
Beast Boy: What's happening to me?!
The in-gag with the tranformation sequence is a reference to An American Werewolf in London, this is signified when Beast Boy's teeth get sharper and his back grows larger.
Beast Boy: (Turning into Were-Beast)
The first time Beast Boy began to turn into the Were-Beast seemed a lot like the movie Akira, when Tetsuo had his first few freakouts.
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