Beast Boy has been secretly keeping one of Killer Moth's insects as a pet and asks Starfire to help hide him from the others. But Starfire becomes too attached.

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Robin (voice)
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Beast Boy (voice)
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Cyborg (voice)
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Starfire (voice)
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Raven (voice)
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Silkie (voice)
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Johnny Rancid (voice)
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Killer Moth (voice)
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Beast Boy has been secretly keeping one of Killer Moth's insects as a pet and asks Starfire to help hide him from the others. But Starfire becomes too attached.

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Starfire: [trying to coax Silkie] Here, Silkie Silkie! Here, my sweet little mutant!
Killer Moth: Um. Here, Larva M-319... Come to poppa.
Starfire: Oh, Siiilkie! Starfire has a big hug for you!
Killer Moth: Hey, big fella. Did Killer Moth create you in a lab? Yes he did, yes he did!
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Teen Titans
Written and Produced by Andy Sturmer
Performed by Puffy AmiYumi
"Teen Titans Theme"
Written and Produced by Andy Sturmer
Performed by Puffy AmiYumi
Courtesy of 'Epic Records [jp]' (as Epic Records Japan Inc.)
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Simplistic, but entertaining nonetheless
4 September 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

These kinds of episodes are pretty hard to defend. There are people that hate them, and there are people that love them. It might not be as good as "Haunted" or "Apprentice Part 2", but I still had fun with it. It's certainly not as bad as other episodes I've seen, but the humor and lightheartedness keep it from being just middle of the road. It's pretty odd that the comedy would be centered around Starfire, because in the past it's been Logan who's been the comic relief. The change is refreshing, and Killer Moth is a lot better in this than he was in "Date With Destiny". It might be clichéd and simplistic, but it's easy to sit through and enjoy.


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