Terra is back but she doesn't seem to remember anything. Beast Boy becomes obsessed with helping her.




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Episode cast overview:
Robin (voice)
Beast Boy (voice)
Cyborg (voice)
Starfire (voice)
Raven (voice)
Terra (voice)
Slade (voice)


The Titans are back from fighting the Brotherhood of Evil. There is a new criminal running rampant, a creature that can become any substance it touches. Meanwhile, Beast Boy sees a girl that looks like Terra, and his hunch is confirmed when he visits her tomb and she isn't there. But Terra doesn't remember anything of her life with the Titans or before, only attending the local high school. She tells Beast Boy she wants nothing to do with the Titans, or to be a hero, and wants to pursue a normal life. Beast Boy sadly accepts this and learns that things change. Written by Justin

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16 January 2006 (USA)  »

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Beast Boy: Terra?
Terra: Sorry, you've got the wrong girl.
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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
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Beating a dead horse for half an hour
13 September 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Oh boy, where do I start with this one? I guess I should start at the beginning, with Terra's entire story being worthless. They had real potential to make Terra a tragic hero, but they failed. "Aftershock: Part 2" completely killed her character that had been built up for 5 episodes in the first 7 minutes of the episode. So long story short, she got turned to stone, and I couldn't have been happier. Three seasons later, and she pops up again, and an old wound is reopened. Not only is it reopened, it has battery acid poured on it for 30 minutes in the form of a complete waste of an episode. So let's get to why this episode has no reason to exist.

1. The villain's uninteresting, he has no motive, no dialogue, no character, and his only purpose is to distract everyone but Logan.

2. Logan goes from being persistent to borderline stalker, for no reason. He keeps thinking this girl is Terra, and she's not. Whether she is and doesn't want to remember, or she's a completely different person, doesn't matter. The entire episode is wasted on Logan taking this girl to locations from past episodes like a freakin' clip show.

3. All the attempts Logan makes to jog her memory add to nothing. We never find out if this girl is Terra or not, and it ends on a cliffhanger that's never resolved, because there are no more episodes after this. So what was the point of ending it on a cliffhanger?!?

4. Slade serves no purpose, he was left out of the entirety of Season 5, only to have a cameo here that leads to nothing. It's not even Slade, it's one of his robots, so what was the point of him being in the episode, there is no point.

This episode is the epitome of "going through the motions". It thinks it's clever and appealing to the fans by having a character that was killed and uses a bunch of references in the hopes of getting a reaction out of the audience. This is the worst way to end a series, a pointless episode that adds to nothing and is only there to make the final season have 13 episodes. There is still hope though, if "Trouble in Tokyo" is good enough to replace this (which won't be that hard to do because this episode sucks), then it'll make this episode completely unnecessary.

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