Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2003)

Season 2 Episode 9

The Ultimate Ninja

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Aired Saturday 10:00 AM Feb 07, 2004 on FOX
8.7
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The Ultimate Ninja
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The Ultimate Ninja, a warrior from across the galaxies, has come to take the head of Shredder, only to find Leonardo had already done the deed, so now The Ultimate Ninja challenges Leonardo to a battle to the death

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  • What the?

    8.7
    Ted Lewis using his Bandit Keith voice as Ultimate Ninja challenges Leo to duel to the death in the name of fame and glory. Fits the attitude quite well, including when he sabotages Leo in the Big Brawl. And Leo, with honor, spares his life when he defeats him. And Ultimate-Ninja-boy is shamed in front of his father.
Dan Green

Dan Green

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Lisa Ortiz

Lisa Ortiz

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Ted Lewis (II)

Ted Lewis (II)

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • Before the group goes out for ice cream cream, Splinter claims he was craving a shake... but what he actually gets is a sundae.

  • QUOTES (5)

    • April: All right boys. Who ordered a the double banana split with caramel and almonds.
      Mikey: Me, Me! (Singing) I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream!
      Donny: You say that one more time, and I really am going to scream.

    • Mikey: Ah, the popcorn's gone.
      Raph: I can't imagine where it all went, Mikey.
      Mikey: I was hungry, but now, I'm really hungry.

    • Raphael: I hate watching the news; It's all bad. These gangs out there, banging heads. It really ticks me off.
      Donatello: Raph, everything ticks you off.
      Raphael: Not everything. (pauses) Alright, everything.

    • (The monarch has left)
      Raphael: Uh, Master Splinter, not to mean any disrespect, but what the shell was that?!
      Splinter: Patience, my son... all will be revealed in time...

    • Raphael: I have to admit, that 'Rio Gato' turned out to be a great flick. One thing though... how did Sheriff Bart beat that kid when the kid obviously had better skills?
      Splinter: I believe the young gunslinger fought only for fame and glory, while the sheriff fought to protect his friends and loved ones. Of course, possibly Sheriff Bart won because it was only a movie, and needed a happy ending!

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