Donatello devises a cure to make Master Splinter human again. Meanwhile, Shredder plans to open a gate to Dimension X.

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Leonardo / Rocksteady / Cop #1 (voice)
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Donatello / Bebop (voice)
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Michelangelo / Thug #2 / Cop #1 (voice)
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Raphael / Cop #2 (voice)
Peter Renaday ...
Splinter / Cab Driver (voice)
Renae Jacobs ...
April O'Neil (voice)
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Shredder (voice)
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Krang / Thug #1 / Thug #3 / Large Man (voice)
Jennifer Darling ...
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Donatello devises a cure to make Master Splinter human again. Meanwhile, Shredder plans to open a gate to Dimension X.

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19 November 1988 (USA)  »

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When Hamato Yoshi (human) starts turning into Master Splinter (rat), the road near him has left-hand traffic and is marked as such with arrows even though the show is set in New York City which has right-hand traffic. See more »

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First of the weird episodes
27 July 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

First, before i begin my review let me bring the reader up to speed. Season 1 had pass, the heroes have driven Shredder and Krang to Dimension X along with the Technodrome. Season 2 began with Shredder mostly returning to earth with not to much technological help from Krang. Season 1 was great and season 2 began the experimentational phase of the TMNT. First with the alien crystal then with a few more Monster theme gimmicks. Although i liked the series as a kid, this is the first episode which i felt the need to comment on This episode had good and bad: Good 1. Splinter wanting to return to human form was very realistic as he showed that he still doesn't want to be a rat for all his life 2. The TMNT fighting was another great little bit, eventually the heroes would have to get into some type of conflict with each other Bad 1. This was a really strange episode. First with the whole cult thing. A little extreme into the realm of wizardry/sorcerer for a kids show. 2. A temple underground seemed weird in itself. Would the construction workers demolished it instead of build tracks around it? 3. The TMNT mentioned that they had to drive the creature back into the Dimension. This is the first time they failed, and instead they resorted to simply just killing the creature. Overall the only bad point i have is the shredder's idea itself. The ending was kinda strange and didn't leave the viewer with a great sense of security (felt like a loose end wasn't tied up).


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