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The librarian at Terra's school resembles Mother Mae-Eye when she's in her human form.
As this is the last episode of Teen Titans, we see that Slade never takes up on his threat to get Robin as his apprentice again.
Why didn't anyone seem to notice Beast Boy wandering around Terra's school? Surely they have heard of him, and if not, they should have at least been startled by his unusual appearance.
Apparently, Terra's name isn't Terra these days, since she keeps asking Beast Boy why he calls her that. We never find out what her real name is, though.
However, if her name isn't Terra, or at least she doesn't go by Terra, then how come when Beast Boy first called out to her, her friends asked if she knew him?
They saw him yelling "Terra!" to her, so they assumed it may have been a nickname perhaps.
A reference to Irineo Maramba, who storyboarded the episode, is a sign in the hallway of the school that says "Irineo4Prez."
When the Sladebot's reflections show up in the mirrors, each reflection is identical to the last one, even though the robot is standing in one place. How is that possible? And where was Beast Boy's reflection?
In the scene where Beast Boy is fighting the Sladebot, after he smashed all the mirrors, he pins the Sladebot to the wall, but the mirrors are only cracked not totally destroyed.
If the Titans and Slade didn't bring Terra back to life, then who did? They were the only people aware of her presence or who could have helped her and she couldn't have gotten out herself. Some believe that is was Raven who brought her back to life cause in "The End (3)" everyone who was turned to stone was transformed back to normal so Terra could have been revived throughout the Season 5.
In "Betrayal," Terra and Beast Boy had a film strip made of them in a photo booth. Why did Beast Boy not bring those out?
When Raven throws a log at the monster, the aura around it is white, instead of black.
Many questions remain unanswered in the series:
1) Did they ever defeat the creature?
2) Is Terra truly gone for good?
3) Who was Slade really? Whatever happened to him?
4) Who is Red X?
5) Who triggered the robot in this episode?
6) What is Robin's secret possession showed in "Revved Up"?
7) What happened to some of the villains that were not frozen in the big battle?
The existance of this new Slade robot goes a long way towards explaining the visions Robin experienced in season 3's "Haunted." The robot could easily have triggered the trap within Slade's mask.
Beast Boy: Hey, Terra! It's me, Beast Boy! Sorry I haven't been here in a while. Uh... how's it going? You're gonna think this is crazy, but... I thought I saw you today. I guess it wasn't you because you're still a statue and all. (notices Terra's statue is no longer there) You're not still a statue! You're alive!
Beast Boy: Our city is the greatest city ever!
Cyborg: Paris was pretty great, too, don't ya think?
Cyborg: Once we made the Brotherhood of Evil freeze cells.
Robin: I've gotta agree with Beast Boy. It's sure good to be back home.
Starfire: I, too, have missed our glorious city! I cannot wait to rent the videos and feast on the worms of sour gumminess.
Beast Boy: I won't let you hurt her!
Slade: You're the one who's hurting her. Let her go.
Cyborg: Why does it always have to be a sewer?
Terra: (To Beast Boy) Okay, you've got two minutes.
Beast Boy: Maybe you don't remember, but I do. You're my friend. You're a Teen Titan.
Terra: You're wrong.
Beast Boy: You don't belong here, Terra.
Terra: Stop calling me that.
Beast Boy: It's who you are.
Terra: What do you want from me?
Beast Boy: Why can't things just go back to the way they were? You were so happy then.
Terra: Things were never the way you remember. Leave me alone.
Beast Boy: (Hands her his communicator) Here. Take this. In case you're in trouble, in case you need me, you can call me any time.
Terra: I don't need it.
Beast Boy: But...
Terra: Time's up.
Beast Boy: Terra...
Terra: Things change, Beast Boy. The girl you want me to be is just a memory.
Robin: (Over communicator) Come in, Beast Boy. We need your help!
Beast Boy: Come with me.
Terra: You go. You're the Teen Titan. That's who you are. That's not me. I'm not a hero. I'm not out to save the world. I'm just a girl with a geometry test next period and I haven't studied. (Bell rings; students come out in between the two; Terra walks away)
Beast Boy: Beast Boy to Robin. I'm on my way. Over.
Beast Boy: Are you gonna keep running away from me?
Terra: I'm not running from anything. Go home.
Beast Boy: Not until you talk to me.
Terra: You can't keep following me.
Beast Boy: Why not?
Terra: It's the girls' locker room.
Raven: Where am I gonna buy my books?
Beast Boy: I don't remember any book store.
Raven: That's because you never bought a book.
Raven: I can't believe I'm saying this, but I wish Beast Boy were here.
Robin: We need Beast Boy.
Beast Boy: Terra?
Terra: Sorry, you've got the wrong girl.
Slade Robot: (To Beast Boy) She doesn't want to see you anymore.
Robin: Things sure have changed around here. We've been gone too long.
Terra only appears in six episodes throughout the entire series, not counting her cameo in "Winner Take All."
Apparently, Beast Boy can track down certain things that Raven can't sense and Cyborg can't track.
Considering that Slade was able to send another robot double of himself after Beast Boy, it could be a sign that Slade is on the road back into power.
The official Teen Titans site labels the monsters fought by the Titans in this episode as "The Thing."
Since this is the last episode, this means we never find out who Slade is.
Slade has appreared one way or another in every season.
All the seasons had a total of 13 episodes each. Including this season.
When Beast Boy tells the Titans of Terra's return, Robin says, "Sometimes you want to see things that aren't really there." This was a reference to "Haunted," where he was seeing Slade, but Slade wasn't really there.
Cyborg and Raven suggest that Terra's freedom may have resulted from an earthquake, or the effects of the entrapment in the rock may have just worn off.
A few moments before Terra knocks her water over, she clenches her fists when Beast Boy tells her something and the ice in her cup tightens together, a lot like the rocks in season 2. Terra would clench her fists to bring lots of little rocks together with her powers.
We learn that Raven never really wanted Beast Boy around during a battle.
The reason that Terra is completely different from the comic book, is because, the producers didn't want to go that deep, just for Terra's return. They never do the same thing with a comic book with a series.
Villain(s): Un-identified monster & Sladebot.
This is the only season where Raven never turned into "White Raven."
Following "Titans Together," the only villains now existing in the Teen Titans world are:
Beast Boy is the only Titan to have any interaction with the new Terra.
In the comic book series, Terra actually did come back to life. Something called the Time Trapper brought her back to life and injected false memories into her mind. Terra, or Terra II, thought that she was an orphan girl from the future injected with the Real Terra's DNA and had reconstructive surgery to look like her. Then when she and her Team, the Team Titans (not teen, Team) decided to go on a mission to go 10 years into the past to prevent a notorious villain from being born, they get stranded there and it is revealed that Terra II along with another member of the group is really from this timeline. Terra II had no memories of her past, and she unearthed Terra's coffin (she originally was buried in a coffin like any other person) to find it empty. To find out once and for all if she was or wasn't the real Terra-which she didn't want to be-she had the Marvokian Scientists conduct DNA experiments. Her brother, Geo-Force, read her the results and mercifully told her that they read negative. However, they were positive. She was indeed the real Terra. Geo-Force was currently the only one who knew that information.
So there are 3 big differences in how Terra was brought back to life from how it was done in the comic book series.
1) There was no indication that the Time Trapper was involved.
2) She was not a part of a Team of Superheroes who all thought they were from the future.
3) They never reveal that she has family, let alone a brother.
Signs pointing to Terra knowing who she is:
1) When Terra asks Beast Boy why he would want to be friends with someone who did what she did in season 2, he says he doesn't care what she did in the past. During this she is clenching her fists.
2) She continuously looks at her reflection again and again, much like in "Titan Rising" and "Betrayal."
3) She says that the girl he remembers is only a memory, much like what Slade says in "Betrayal" about her being an illusion.
Every time Beast Boy hits on a memory Terra doesn't want to remember, the animators show a red street light or a street light changing from green to red. This was used in the anime Kare Kano frequently to convey certain emotions without words. Green for positive gains and red for "road blocks." In fact, the entire episode had a feeling like Kare Kano as if the writers and storyboarders spent way too much time watching this anime before tackling the episode.
Ron Perlman reprises his role as Slade's robot from Season 4.
Things that have changed:
1) All the Titans' favorite places have disappeared.
2) There is a new, unrecognizable enemy.
3) Terra has returned but changed in a way Beast Boy can't deal with.
Terra's room was kept exactly the way it was when she left.
Apparently, Cyborg and Raven were working on cures for Terra, but all of the spells and diagnostics they tried just weren't enough.
Terra has chosen to lead a new life now, not remembering her powers, Beast Boy, or her days as a Titan.
Beast Boy uses the same joke about brainfreeze he used in "Titans Together," however, Terra liked it.
Running Gags: 1) Beast Boy trying to get Terra to remember who he is. 2) Everyone telling him to be quiet in the library.
Almost all of the Titans' favorite hangouts and other stores, including the movie store, have been shut down and destroyed. The pizza parlor, however, apparently remains intact.
Slade returns, but it is only a robot supposedly controlled by him.
Beast Boy visits the desert area, where Terra fought the scorpion, from "Terra," the amusement park and diner from "Betrayal," and the volcanic chamber where Terra became stone, from "Aftershock (2)" in this episode -- all areas involving Terra.
The monster that the Titans fight can shift its form depending on what it touches.
Starfire is the only Titan without a season arcs, which every other Titan has:
Robin - Season 1
Beast Boy/Terra - Season 2
Cyborg - Season 3
Raven - Season 4
Beast Boy (again) - Season 5
This episode marks the return of Terra. Her last appearance was in "Aftershock (2)."
Premiered during its Miguzi timeslot on Monday, Jan. 16th as a "New to the 'Guz" episode.
Beast Boy episode.
This episode marks the end of the fifth season and the series.
This is the first time that a season didn't end with a multiple-part episode.
Monster: Final Appearance
When the monster absorbs the oil and transforms into a fiery form, the form resembles that of Heat Blast from Ben 10.
Piano Song: Tune
The tune to the piano song we hear at the beginning before the theme song sounds similar to the "Pen Your Eyes" track from the anime, Witch Hunter Robin.
Beast Boy: Beast Boy to Robin. I'm on my way. Over.
Beast Boy utters the last word in this episode, "over." This alludes to the fact that this was the final episode of the series and hence the series is now "over."
The abilities of the creature whom the Titans fight throughout this episode are similar to those of the Marvel character The Absorbing Man, a regular foe of the Incredible Hulk. However, its appearance is nothing like the Marvel character, who appears fully human when he is not absorbing the properties of his surroundings.
Creature: Terminator 2
When the Titans are fighting the creature in the lead plant, Robin attacks it with his staff. He strikes it on the shoulder and it goes all the way through to its side. The creature then pulls the pole out of its side. The same thing happened between the T-1000 did The Terminator during the fight in the lead plant.
When the bell lets out before the end of the episode and the student walk by, you can see Napoleon from Napoleon Dynamite. He is also seen throughout the school campus. Also, a "Vote for Pedro" sign can be seen in the school hallway, another reference to the movie.
Murakami School: Name
The name "Murakami School" is in reference to the producer, Glen Murakami.
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