The turtles find out where the Ooze, the substance which made them mutate, came from. Unfortunately Shredder learns about it too, and uses it to enhance himself. So the turtles have to prove again who's the better ninja fighter. Written by
Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>
The abandoned subway station, which serves as the Turtles' new lair, is based on the real life "City Hall" Station of the former Interborough Rapid Transit company in New York City. Although the station itself is decommissioned, the track on which it is located is still active. See more »
Tutso asks Shredder, "We rebuild the foot?" Shredder specifically says, "No." (because the only one thing that is next is revenge.) Later, Keno tells the Turtles that he's heard of the foot, because the word is out on the street that they are looking for anybody with martial arts talent, especially teenagers. That means they are recruiting people to join the foot, thus meaning that they are rebuilding the foot clan, even after the shredder said that there was no need to do so. See more »
[the Turtles say their farewells to April before entering the sewers]
See ya, April.
[Leo hops into the sewers]
Wish us luck.
We'll be back for Splinter.
[Imitating Humphrey Bogart]
Well, the lives of two people don't amount to a hill o' beans in this crazy world, Elsa. That's why you're getting on that plane.
Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow...
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When I saw the first debut of the turtle's movie I did not want to miss a second. And I did'nt. When the 2nd one came out I loved every second as the 1st, and to this day I still have the collection, and the credit I want to give to is the puppeteers and the suit performers they were awesome bringing those characters to life. Great Job. My full respect for these movies is still strong. Some say I'm too old to watch it still. I don't think so! TMNT Rocks. Let's keep it that Way!
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