I love watching the teenage mutant ninja turtles, but this episode seemed like it crossed bounds into the copyrighted world. I have to say that the writers of this show did a decent job of turning robocop into a cartoon. I think Rex-1 was a decent character, and the storyline wasn't too bad. This episode had some action, but nothing to brag about. I'm a little dissapointed that this show took ideas from a movie. I'm not even assuming this idea, it's petty clear that they got plenty of ideas of this episode from the robocop series. Teenage mutant ninja turtles is a very original cartoon, which is why I would believe they dont have too much experience with copyrighting, but for further reference, at least switch the occupation of the cop. Perhaps if Rex-1 wasn't a cop, this episode would of been viewed as a more original show.
When you fuse Robocop with Ninja Turtles, you get... DING DING DING! "New York's Shiniest! Rex-1 is a very funny android, who follows April home, and doesn't make a good first impression with the Turtles. But who does? So Shredder wants to make clones of the robot cops, and makes hundreds of them. The Turtles and Rex-1 work together to stop the clones.
Yes, I enjoyed this episode. No, it wasn't my favorite. I did like the Rex-1 character that made his debut in this episode, and I hope to see him in more future episodes, if any. The turtles are also good in this episode. I liked the idea that Shredder made Rex-1 clones of his own, and there was a huge difference in numbers between the good and the bad sides. This is another great episode in this series.
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