Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2003)

Season 5 Episode 11

Enter the Dragons (1)

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Aired Saturday 10:00 AM Apr 26, 2008 on FOX
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Enter the Dragons (1)
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Now that New York has become a demon-world the Turtles has to enlist the help of both friends and foes in their fight against the Shredder and his Heralds.

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Sean Schemmel

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Eric Stuart

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    • Leonardo: The end has come. One of the most evil forces known to man walks the earth. The Demon Shredder has risen and his dark magic spreads. Soon, it's going to engulf the entire planet. And it starts here: our own New York, transformed into a nightmare world. From within the Shredder's fortress the evil one has given his orders and his undead minions are on the march. His power grows with every passing minute, with every second. So we have gathered our forces for a final confrontation with his dark legions. We must somehow find a way to defeat them so that we can infiltrate the Shredders stronghold and make our way up to his throne room where even more horrors and arch-fiend are sure to await us. Not to mention, the Mystic Ninjas, who stand guard over their master. The odds are overwhelming but we have no choice. It's now, or never. And thus the final battle begins. And the word "final" never sounded so terrifying.

    • Donatello: Agent Bishop, we need a door.
      Bishop: Doctor.
      Stockman: Once again, my genius used like a blunt weapon.

    • Stockman: You turtles invited Hun? You must be desperate!
      Bishop: Control yourself, Dr. Stockman. We're here on business.

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