Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2003)

Season 4 Episode 10

Aliens Among Us

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Aired Saturday 10:00 AM Nov 12, 2005 on FOX
8.8
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Aliens Among Us
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Right when the President of the United States arrives in New York City, an invasion of what seems to be aliens attacks at the most inconvenient time. However, the Turtles investigate about these "aliens" and find out that this looks like Bishop's handiwork. Although this seems like something the opposite of what Bishop would normally due, the Turtles must also find out what his motivation is to wreck the confidentiality of the E.P.F.moreless

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  • it's another run of the mill space avasion the turtles have to deal with...no biggie...or is it? What is Bishop up to?

    7.0
    I really liked this episode, and I was expecting not to like it because i'm not a sci-fi episode fan. But I really have to say that Raphael had me on the floor in this one. He had some great one liners and he was sarcastic as hell, he was kind of like old toon Raphael in this one.



    And he kept picking on Donatello in this episode. I Love Donatello he is such a cutie. Sam Regal does a great job portraying him and he has great dilverery on his lines. Loved the little bit between Michaelangelo and Donatello right after Mikey got slimed and Donatello said he thought he wore it well LOL Donatello your so cool!



    Oh I Loved the part where Raphael is looking around through those goggles at the UFO's and then gets frustrated in typical Raphael fashion and says: "argh, this techno stuff confuses me! Just show what to hit!" LOLmoreless
  • it was funny and at the same time intertaining and suspense full

    9.3
    I it was a above average episode as i would put it . I liked the fact that agent bishop was \\\"trying to make the world a better place\\\" as he stated in scene 3 of the episode It was especily funny when he was nocked down the tube screaming and raph goes \\\"wait i wanna hear him hit bottom\\\"

    I though i was a little kiniving of agent bishop to plan a alien invasion just so he could pretend to save him thus getting more funding from the president it was kiniving but smart and its seemes like bishop and stockman arent getting along any more it isnt the fist time stockman rubed he alies the wrong way. All and all i thought it was a good episode.moreless
  • Aliens Among Us

    8.4
    Another good episode. Love the fact that my favorite turtle quoted my favorite Ghostbuster ("Ewwww. He slimed me").



    Apparently after the incident with the monster in "Dragon's Brew", the Prez is cutting Bishop's funding, so Bishop stages an alien invasion as the Prez visits NYC. Stockman has a new body.



    Wondering what's going on with the bulging of Bishop's face and hand. Hopefully that will be revealed later this season.



    And it looks like the fecal matter will really be hitting the fan now that the turtles have been publicly labelled by the President as an "alien menace". What will they do now?moreless
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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Besides the fourth season theme song, this is the first time Stockman's new exo-suit is seen. Bishop also is sporting new armor in this episode.

  • QUOTES (12)

    • Raphael: Hey look, an alien invasion. You don't see that everyday. Oh wait, yeah we do.

    • Stockman: Agent Bishop, how was Washington? I hear it's lovely this time of year.
      Bishop: It was... disappointing.

    • Michelangelo: Attention, people of the planet Earth, the alien menace has ended! We took out the satelite and puff! No more alien ships!
      Bishop: You did what?! No! No! The saucer was remote-controlled via satellite, you fool!
      (A saucer is shown crashing)
      Raphael: (to Donatello) Nice one, Einstein.

    • President: I owe you my life, Agent Bishop. Whatever your project needs, money, men, whatever it is. Say the word.
      Bishop: Come along, sir. You can count on me.

    • Leonardo: Why, Bishop, all this games?! For what?!
      Bishop: For the good of all mankind. Haven't you heard? I'm making the world a safer place, and on that note, I have to save the President.
      Raphael: Are you that wacked in the head?! The only place you're going is payville!
      Bishop: I don't think so. My sleeping pets are all rested and they need of a feeding playmates. Play nice, boys. I got a job to do.

    • Bishop: For more years than I can remember, I have stood, watch, preparing for a day I've long known was inevitable. The alien threat is real, and the world has suffered at the hands of these invaders. The world must be prepared. It was always be vigilant, and I will make sure it is, no matter what the cost.

    • Stockman: (after Bishop's head begins to feel pain) Looks like they're not the only ones whose bodies are breaking down.

    • Raph: Bring it on!
      Leo: Raph! Come on!
      Raph: (groans) But I like it when they go POP!

    • Raphael: (after knocking Bishop into the tube) Hold on. I want to hear him hit bottom.

    • Stockman: How goes your production, Agent Bishop? Are you the next Orson Welles yet?

    • Mikey: Why can't we ever get cute, furry alien invaders?

    • Michaelangelo:: Ewwwwwww--He slimed me!

  • NOTES (6)

  • ALLUSIONS (3)

    • Mikey: Why can't we ever get cute, furry alien invaders?

      In The Fairly Oddparents episode, "So Totally Spaced Out," the alien race of Eugopatamians actually are invaded by a race of cute, fluffy bunny-like monsters called the Gigglepies.

    • Stockman: How goes your production Agent Bishop? Are you the next Orson Welles yet?

      Orson Welles was a popular director and radio actor back in the 1930's. On the day before Halloween in 1938, Orson Welles put on a radio performance of H.G. Well's famous book War of the Worlds, a novel about a Martian invasion of earth. However, Welles directed the performance to be written and to sound like a news broadcast. Unfortunately, this lead many listeners to believe the performance was real. Like Bishop's fake alien invasion, panic would erupt as people believed the world was actually being invaded by aliens.

    • Mikey: Eww, he slimed me.
      This is the exact line that Dr. Venkman used in the movie Ghostbusters after Slimer the ghost covered him in goo.

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