Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2003)

Season 6 Episode 3

Home Invasion

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Aired Saturday 10:00 AM Aug 12, 2006 on FOX
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Home Invasion
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When a computer virus attacks the building, and their new virutal reality dojo the Turtles have to find a way to stop it before it can fulfill it's evil plans while trapped in a hologram

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  • The sometimes over-confident Viral attacks the turtles where it hurts the most-- at home.

    5.0
    Although "Home Invasion" progresses the current plotline about futuristic villians who wield advanced technology, the way it was done in this episode was just an overused concept (recent examples of this concept that come to mind are episodes of Loonatics Unleashed, The Batman, and Teen Titans). They even had the reoccuring villian-controlling-a-good-guy theme, when Sterling was controlled by Viral.



    There was a few instances where viewers might have felt sympathy for Viral, which was probably the most interesting it got. Overall, it was a satisfactory episode, though nothing very exciting. Yes, I do grasp the idea that Fast Forward is meant to be a kid-friendly incarnation of TMNT, but it has really driven TMNT downhill.moreless
Darren Dunstan

Darren Dunstan

Splinter

Michael Sinterniklaas

Michael Sinterniklaas

Leonardo

Wayne Grayson

Wayne Grayson

Michelangelo

Sam Riegel

Sam Riegel

Donatello

David Zen Mansley

David Zen Mansley

Darius Dun (Season 6-/Bishop Season 3-)

Frank Frankson

Frank Frankson

Raphael (as John Campell Season 3-)

Jason Griffith

Jason Griffith

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Lisa Ortiz

Lisa Ortiz

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Andi Whaley

Andi Whaley

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Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (2)

    • Splinter's lesson to Cody was of the mind body connection, and that both need to be developed. He used the example of Don's mind and the rest of the turtles bodies. It would have made more sense, and been a better lesson to have pointed out Don's body strength and agility which rescued both him and Cody, in addition to his mind.

    • Splinter seems to have disappeared in the dojo when Viral returns to check up on the Turtles, without showing any way of him escaping. (The only way out was through the doors, and those were sealed shut)

  • QUOTES (5)

  • NOTES (2)

  • ALLUSIONS (3)

    • The holographic constructs at the beginning of the episode were traditional folk tale wood elves in the likeness of Legolas from Lord of the Rings.

    • The Legend of Zelda
      At the beginning of the episode, Leonardo fights a whole bunch of short guys. They all look similar to Link, the hero from the Legend of Zelda game series.
      The next guy they fight looks alot like a more primal Ganondorf, the main villian in the same series of games

    • Wild West Cowboys of Moo Mesa
      The program simulation with cow cowboys is a nod to the cartoon Wild West Cowboys of Mesa.

      Wild West C.O.W.boys of Moo Mesa was a Saturday morning series that ran on ABC from 1992 to 1994. C.O.W. in this case was an acronym for Code Of the West.

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