Just before the credits, you can hear Cyborg say, "Very nice."
How come the Cyborg clone seemed to be the evilest? He kept taunting Cyborg a lot, but the only thing the Beast Boy clone said was, "no wonder Terra dumped you."
When Little Raven first talked to Robin, her voice was high. But when she talked to Robin before going to the surface, her voice became lower and lower.
After Trigon is defeated, it isn't shown what happened to his fire demons. What happened to them throughout the episode when they went to conquer the other planets? Cyborg claims that they are 'gone', but this is never seen.
When Trigon tells his fire demons to go conquer the universe, there is barely room for his feet on the island, but when he gets up for the final battle, there is more land for room for his feet.
How did the ring of Azar break? It was intact during the entire battle with the evil Titans, and the fire demons Trigon sent didn't get near enough to Starfire to destroy it.
How could Cyborg still be working if he drained his battery strength to almost nothing in "The End (1)."
When Slade attacks Trigon the first time with his fire axe, he jumps from the sky to do so. Now, since he is nowhere near a building, his reflexes don't allow him to jump a height as high as Trigon, and he has no power that enables levitation, how did he manage this?
How did Slade still have his weapons (the detonator he used to kill the guard) if those were most likely destroyed in "Aftershock (2)" when he fell in the lava? It is unlikely that Trigon gave him new ones, since he was fighting with fire the whole time.
When Trigon struck the team with the lasers, they were only knocked out and came out without a scratch. How is that posible if Raven in "Nevermore" was smoking after Trigon hit her with his lasers?
Why did Beast Boy talk about Raven's white robe being weird? He's seen it at least twice before.
Raven claims that she no longer had her powers, but from what we saw in "The End (2)" (if you had looked closely towards the end of the episode), Raven was hovering slightly before she fell and said, "Who are you?" to Robin.
Was it really necessary for the Titans to return the power Raven gave them in "The End (1)" if Raven was doing well without them? Those powers could have come in very handy during their upcoming adventures.
In the scene where Raven kicks Robin, she takes her cloak back from him and puts it back on. However, at the end of "The End (2)," when Robin pulls it off of Raven, it's about the size of Raven's normal cloak, and is gray. But here, it's small, and is white.
After Raven asks, "So, are we having a party in here, or what?," she heads over to where Beast Boy is and takes a piece of tofu bacon. If you listen closely, you'll hear Beast Boy ask, "Are you sure nobody wants tofu bacon?"
At the end, Beast Boy makes three slices of bacon, however, when him and Cyborg do the bacon-over-the-head "Rorthian Zothgar" thing, there are a total of seven slices.
When Slade falls down the cliff, and his mask falls off, he picks it up. And when he's walking, if you look closely, his mask is on when he reaches the door. But the mask is still in his hand.
In the scene where Robin is chasing after Raven, Raven jumps down a set of stairs. As you can see, Raven is only about a few feet away from Robin. When the camera angle changes, it shows Raven nearly a mile away from him down below. How did she get that far in a matter of seconds?
If Slade is all bones, how does he talk and move? Don't you need muscles for that?
The Ring of Azar was on Starfire's ring finger in the previous episode. When Trigon mentions it, the ring is shown to be on her pinky.
Cyborg: (To Beast Boy) See, I told you I could kick your butt!
Starfire: (Taking tofu bacon from Beast Boy, and placing it on her head) Look! I am a Rorthian Zothgar! (Beast Boy & Cyborg stare at her) On my planet, this is hilarious.
(Beast Boy & Cyborg laugh)
Slade: (To Trigon) For the record, I'm nobody's servant!
Guard: You cannot hope to defeat pure evil.
Slade: Actually, I'm not such a nice guy myself. (Trips detonator in front of door and destroys guard)
Guard: Your days have long since ended, mortal. Time to lie down with the rest of the bones.
Slade: You first!
(Trigon walks over to them)
Beast Boy: Um, he's coming over here! I really don't like that he's coming over here!
Beast Boy: Dude, I had no idea I was this tough.
Cyborg: You're not. I could kick your butt any day of the -
Starfire: If we cannot defeat ourselves, perhaps we can defeat each other.
Guard: The hollowed journey of your fated vessel ends here. What you seek cannot be reclaimed.
Slade: Perhaps... but it's not like I have anything left to lose.
Beast Boy: I hate to say it, but four-eyes has a point. My butt can't take much more kicking.
Starfire: It can, and it will!
Raven: (Smiling) So, what's the deal? Are we having a party in here or not?
Robin: You have your whole life ahead of you. You can decide your own destiny.
Raven: I guess in the end, there really is no end, just new beginnings.
Raven: After everything that happened, everything I did, how did you still manage to hope it could all work out?
Robin: Because of you. You don't realize it, Raven, but you're actually the most hopeful person I've ever met. From the day you were born, they said you were evil, that you were created to do unspeakable things. But you wished for more. You dared to hope that you could be a hero.
Cyborg: All right, y'all! Four-eyes is history, his ghoulies are gone, and we just saved the whole dang universe! Who wants french toast?
Starfire: Oh, yes, me please! I shall consume them with gravy and the butter of peanuts!
Beast Boy: And I've got enough tofu bacon for everybody who wants it!
Cyborg: So, just enough for you?
Beast Boy: Exactly!
Beast Boy: Okay, you're freaking me out here! The white robe and smile are weird enough, but hugs? Are you still... you?
White Raven: Blue is still my favorite color, and don't get used to the smile, 'cause you're still not funny.
Beast Boy: Huh? (Thinks for a moment, then hugs Raven) Raven!
White Raven: Quit it.
Starfire: Raven, that was...
Cyborg: ... Unbelievable!
White Raven: No, it wasn't. (Hugs Robin) Somebody believed.
Robin: (Smiles) Welcome back.
White Raven: (Fighting against Trigon) Fathers are kind. Fathers protect you. Fathers raise you. I was protected by the monks of Azarath. I was raised by my friends. They are my family, this is my home, and you are not welcome here!
Young Raven: You may have created me... (She transforms into White Raven) ... but you were never my father.
Trigon: Go forth and conquer. One by one, worlds shall fall until every being in this entire dimension falls down to worship Trigon the Terrible!
Cyborg: (To lava creatures) Screech all you want! We're not goin' down without a fight!
Slade: Ah, my own flesh and blood. (Looking at defeated guard) Don't get up. I'll let myself out.
Robin: Raven, it's me, Robin... remember?
Young Raven: I'm lost...
Robin: I know... but I found you. You don't need to be afraid anymore. I can help you...
Robin: Yeah, it's the end of the world. But so what? We're still here, still fighting, still friends.
Young Raven: Look at me, Robin! There's nothing I can do! There isn't any hope!
Robin: Then I guess... I'll just have to have enough hope for the both of us.
Robin: This is the story of Raven. She was my very good friend, and she was very brave. Together, we fought evil. We beat monsters, and villains, and we kept our city safe. But even though she was doing good, Raven was always afraid that deep down inside, she was bad. See, from the day she was born, people told her that some day, something terrible was going to... (Lava creatures interrupt him)
Trigon: Some remnant of my daughter may yet exist, but the Raven you knew is lost forever.
Evil Starfire: I laugh at your pain! Ending your existence is most amusing!
Starfire: This is not the end!
Beast Boy gave Raven a hug for the first time in the series, as did Raven in "Spellbound," but both didn't return each other's hug on both episodes.
This episode is loosely based on the events of New Teen Titans #4-5 (1984).
After the fight against Trigon, the way Raven smiles and hugs Robin could be a sign that she likes Robin more than the other Titans.
Raven renounces Trigon as her father in this episode.
This is the 10th Raven episode of the series.
Raven's white robe appears in this episode. Could it be that Raven's robe changes color when her mood/personality changes? For example, in "Nevermore," by combining the different sides of her personality, she created a Raven with a white robe. And in "Spellbound," she develops a relationship with Malchior/Rorek and her robe changes to white.
Raven regains her powers in this episode. Meanwhile, the Titans return the powers they received from her, enabling her to destroy Trigon.
In the previous seasons, at least the ones he's been in, Slade has had an interest in a different person, proving them to be stronger than the other Titans in some way. In season 1, Slade wanted Robin for his apprentice because he had great potential and was very skilled. In season 2, he's given up on Robin as an apprentice and was now eyeing Terra, who also had great potential, even greater than Robin's (especially considering her elemental power). And now, in season 4, Slade was working for Trigon and was quite impressed by Raven's potential for evil that even exceeded Terra. It makes you wonder, who will Slade go for next?
When the Evil Starfire flies up to Trigon and giggles and whispers in his ear, she looks and sounds a lot like a Sprite, or Pixie.
Look Hard: In the fight between Beast Boy and evil Beast Boy, Beast Boy transforms into the beast from "The Beast Within."
One line of dialogue was cut before airing. When jumping through the molten rocks and lava, Slade quipped, "It's not the heat. It's the humidity."
When Starfire puts the bacon over her head, she looks a lot like Trigon.
This episode marks the fourth time Raven wears a white cloak. The first time was in the episode, "Nevermore," the second was in the episode, "How Long Is Forever?," and the third time was in the episode, "Spellbound."
This episode marks the apparent death of Trigon.
Starfire, Beast Boy, and Cyborg finally defeat their inner demons by switching. Starfire defeats evil Cyborg, Beast Boy defeats evil Starfire, and Cyborg defeats evil Beast Boy.
Look Hard: Near the end of this episode, you can briefly see Silkie on the couch.
Apparently, Cyborg is strong enough to throw a stegasaurus in the air.
Starfire uses the Tamaranian word "Rorthian Zothgar" for the first time.
In this episode, we see Beast Boy (and his dark side) transform into two new animals (both prehistoric). A Spinosaurus, and a Brachiosaurus.
Slade joins the Titans in their final battle against Trigon.
Slade regains his flesh and blood, and returns to full strength with this episode.
The Ring of Azar is destroyed in this episode.
YTV airdate: June 17, 2005.
Despite the title, this episode is not the last episode of the series.
Beast Boy/Evil Beast Boy: Dinosaur Form
The scene where Beast Boy and his inner demon are fighting in Tyrannosaurus (Beast Boy) and Spinosaurus (Inner Demon) form resembles the fight that takes place between these two dinosaurs in the Steven Spielberg movie, Jurassic Park 3. With a similar outcome as well.
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