Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1987)

Season 3 Episode 42

Mister Ogg Goes to Town

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Aired Unknown Dec 15, 1989 on CBS
8.2
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While searching for a device to transform crude oil into liquid hydrogen, which he needs to run the Technodrome, Krang accidentally brings Mr. Ogg from Dimension Z to Earth. Mr. Ogg has the power to transform anything into anything he wishes. While Mr. Ogg is in the Technodrome he discovers Shredder's quarters. Shredder has a collection of antique vases. Ogg has a taste for old porcelain and eats all of Shredder's collection. By the time Shredder finds him it is too late. Ogg wants to know where he can get more porcelain and that gives Krang an idea on how to get the Turtles back and get his formula for the oil. He tells Ogg that he would go get more porcelain for him, but they have been cast out by the Turtles. They are doomed to stay underground. Ogg feels bad for them and says he'll get whoever it is that did that to them. Krang tells Ogg that if he can get a formula to trasnform oil into liquid hyrogren, Krang will tell him where he can get all the procelain he has ever wanted and he will also tell Ogg where the Turtles are so Ogg can do them in. Ogg agrees to do it.

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  • Mister Ogg goes to Town introduces a brand new villain, Mr. Ogg.

    8.5
    This episode was another averagely, plotted, animated, and written episode for this show. It introduced 2 more elements to the world of the turtles: Mister Ogg an impish trickster who loves eating ancient vaces and Dimension Z, were Ogg came from. I liked some of the dry humor in this episode such as the turtle chainsaw massacre pun. I like the silly concept of what Mister Ogg's food is and his whacky personality displayed throughout the episode. I think it is a good thing that he wasn't against Shredder. It would wind up ripping off of other plotlines more than it already does. I wish they made this a 2 part story though. Still this episode is worth the watch.moreless
James Avery (I)

James Avery (I)

Shredder (Oroku Saki)

Rob Paulsen

Rob Paulsen

Raphael

Barry Gordon

Barry Gordon

Donatello/Bebop

Cam Clarke

Cam Clarke

Leonardo/Rocksteady

Pat Fraley

Pat Fraley

Krang/Burne Thompson

Peter Renaday

Peter Renaday

Splinter (Hamato Yoshi)/Vernon Fenwick

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