Starfire is accidentally sucked into a wormhole that sends her 20 years into the future.

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Robin / Nightwing (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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Warp (voice)
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Starfire fears the Titans will drift apart, and tries get the others to celebrate their friendship, but the party self-destructs as the Titans argue. A criminal from the future steals a clock, the Titans try to stop him; in the battle, Starfire is sent 20 years into the future, where the Titans HAVE drifted apart. Now she desperately tries to find a way to get back to her own time, and keep the Titans together. Written by Jesse Sanchez

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Though Static Shock: The Big Leagues (2002) suggested that Tim Drake is the Robin featured in this series (in addition to Dick Grayson (Nightwing) in the last Batman series being frustrated in the pilot because he has never struck out on his own), the series remains ambiguous as to whether the Teen Titans Robin is Tim Drake or the first Robin, Dick Grayson. This ambiguity comes from the fact that one of the producers stating that Teen Titans exists in a separate continuity from other DC Comics-based cartoons. One of the most notable hints of this Robin actually being Dick Grayson, however, is where Starfire is teleported into the future, she meets with Robin who, by then, has become Nightwing. See more »

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Starfire: Raven? Raven, it is Starfire, your friend.
Raven: No such thing.
Starfire: Please, Raven, I...
Raven: Just another figment of my imagination, don't even look.
Starfire: You must listen. I am here because...
Raven: Never coming back, go away! You have to go away. Just like before. Just like all the others.
Starfire: Your mind, without friends you must've...
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Spoofed in Teen Titans Go!: Staring at the Future (2013) See more »

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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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Longer than you think.
26 August 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Well, this is the darkest episode of the show so far. Episodes like this, "Over the Edge", and "Strange New World" are ones that always get your attention. There's a point in everyone of these episodes where you can tell you're witnessing something special. That moment for this episode is when Starfire encounters an outdated Cyborg. You can instantly tell that the tone from this will be different from previous episodes. Star was the perfect character to focus on for this episode. The way she sees the world is so different from how her friends do. As a result, seeing futuristic versions of her friends that are desperate, sad, isolated, or independent is the same as her seeing them for the first time. The viewer and her are in the exact same situation. A perfect way to show that the Titans' friendship is their greatest weapon.


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