Beneath the city streets, deep in the bowels of the sewer system, Splinter is less than pleased with the Turtles when he encounters them lounging around the "TV Room," rather than practicing their daily katas (martial arts/ninja exercises.) The Turtles lamely suggest that with Shredder out of the way (it seems he and Krang were sent to the Earth's core in a previous episode), they deserve a vacation. Splinter suggests that they have no proof that Shredder and Krang are "vanquished" and that there is still plenty of other crime/criminals to be fought.
Meanwhile, miles below the Earth's surface, rests the Technodrome. Inside, Shredder "whines" to Krang about when they will take the Technodrome to the surface. Krang tells Shredder that they are low on power and that certain essential equipment (i.e. the Protein Silicon Brain Computer) has been damaged, thanks to Shredder's incompetence. But Krang reassures him that they can be repaired but it will require a trip to the surface to obtain the necessary parts.
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Shredder (Oroku Saki)
Splinter (Hamato Yoshi)/Vernon Fenwick
The second time the transport module surfaces in the basement of a building, it's the exact same footage from the first surfacing.
The Technodrome was shown sinking in lava last episode (return of the technodrome) when the technodrome was burrowing down to the earth's core, now it is shown next to the lava on rocky surface.
When the turtles feel bad about "goofing off" instead of obeying Splinter, Leonardo's voice can still be heard but his mouth is not moving.
Shredder has a more pale complexion.
Krang: Shredder, you bungling idiot! I should have never left this task up to you. You're useless! And another thing-- (Shredder takes a piece of sheet metal off of the wall) Wait. What are you doing?
(Shredder clamps the metal over Krang.)
Shredder: Sometimes, I don't know who I despise more- those turtles... or you!
(The Transport Module comes up in the warehouse a second time.)
Rocksteady: I hate riding in that stupid thing.
Bebop: Plays heck with my sinuses.
Shredder: (groans) Will you shut up and find the component?!
(Mutants look around, and so does Shredder.)
Rocksteady: It ain't here, boss!
Shredder: Hmm. Splinter's body is also missing. Which means that the Turtles found him and the module! It'll take forever to search the sewers for them!!!... but perhaps there's an easier way. And it involves what you two do best-- mindless violence and destruction.
Rocksteady: I like the sound of that!!
(Shredder, Krang, and the mutants go into the room with the Silicon Computer. Krang fires the Medi-Laser, and is unable to control where it fires. He nearly takes everyone out.)
Shredder: Was that really necessary?
Krang: (Points) The directional control module is missing! I can't aim the Medi-Laser without it!
Shredder: It must have broken off during my battle with Splinter. Bebop, Rocksteady, let's go!
Bebop: Gee, boss, we're tired.
Rocksteady: Why do we have to come with you anyway?
Shredder: (Grabs them both by the ears) Because I love your company... and because we might run into the Turtles this time!!
Shredder: You are quick, old one. But a laser blast is quicker. (Shredder fires Medi-Laser. Splinter leaps and is blasted in the forehead.) The Medi-Laser's frequency can be deadly as it is healing.
(Splinter, with a last burst of energy, throws his walking stick and knocks the module off.)
Bebop: (Closes door to Transport Module) We coulda beat him, but he fights fair.
Rocksteady: (Takes the Medi-Laser from the doctor) I'll take that, bub!
Bebop: And you can take this!
(Bebop throws a stretcher at the doctor)
Splinter: Someone in that building has just come from an hospital.
April: How can you tell?
Splinter: My keen sense of smell detects the odor of disinfectant... Also that ambulance is double-parked in front of it.
Bebop: Awwww! (Snorts) Do we have to ride in this thing boss?
Shredder: I'd use this Medi-Laser on your brain! If it weren't such a small target!
Krang: The protein silicon brain of the central computer has an owie.
Episode included on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Volume 3 DVD set.
Debut of the transport modules, these would be used up until "The Big Rip-Off" and would make a re-appearance in "Enter, Mutagen Man". They were used commonly with the exception of when the Technodrome was in Dimension X.
From this season onwards, Michaelangelo would use a grappling hook as well as his nunchucks.
Krang's android body now has red hands.
From now on Bebop and Rocksteady use their trademark stun-laser rifles and pistols.
The Technodrome is now situated at the centre of the earth. It would remain dormant there until the "big-blow out" three parter!
Donatello & Michaelangelo: "Hey Michaelangelo, how come you're not shouting 'Cowabunga!'?" "Well, to be honest I'm getting kinda bored with it. Hey, how about this? 'Yabba dabba--'" "Na, it's just not you."
Obviously, Michaelangelo was going to say Fred Flintstone's catch phrase - "Yabba dabba doo!"
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