Teen Titans Go! (2013– )
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Driver's Ed 

Robin takes driver's ed, and his teacher has some tricks up his sleeve; Raven's dad cozies up to her friends in hopes of luring her over to the dark side.

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Beast Boy (voice)
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Robin (voice)
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Cyborg (voice)
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Raven (voice)
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Starfire (voice)
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Ed (voice)
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Trigon (voice)
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Robin takes driver's ed, and his teacher has some tricks up his sleeve; Raven's dad cozies up to her friends in hopes of luring her over to the dark side.

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Teen Titans Theme
Written and Produced by Andy Sturmer
Remixed by Mix Master Mike
Performed by Puffy AmiYumi
Courtesy of Epic Records Japan Inc.
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We all wanted to hate this show. (Some still do)
30 April 2013 | by See all my reviews

Ever since this show was announced I wanted to hate this show. The fact that I enjoyed the first two episodes surprises me. Its zany, its childish, but its got some chops. Storytelling-wise it has some crazy angles that tie into the original series as well as neat comic references. In the episodes I've seen so far however the only thing I don't like is how far they're willing to go for a joke- like flying a car out of space. Other than that they've been spot on with the references and jokes. If you can catch the callbacks this show wont disappoint you. I still want to see the serious series return, but this has proved that this cast is still good no matter what.


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