Blackfire pays a surprise visit to her sister Starfire, saying she wants to spend some quality time with her. The other Titans think that Blackfire is playing another trick, but Starfire is... See full summary »

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Blackfire pays a surprise visit to her sister Starfire, saying she wants to spend some quality time with her. The other Titans think that Blackfire is playing another trick, but Starfire is sure that this time Blackfire is serious about reviving their sisterly love. Written by Anonymous

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Written and Produced by Andy Sturmer
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My God... An episode of TTG that DOESN'T Suck?
24 February 2015 | by See all my reviews

I'm not kidding. Out of the 20 or so episodes of Teen Titans Go that I've seen, this was the first that didn't make me rage. In fact, I actually LAUGHED. The universe wasn't broken, Satan wasn't laying the foundations for an ice rink, all pigs remained on the ground for the duration of the watching.

What's even more perplexing is the writer. John Loy wrote my most hated episode of any show I've ever seen, "Staring at the Future". And now, here he is, displaying the chops that he put into writing the 50 million Land Before Time sequels he's worked on. The episode had an actual story that was borrowed from Glen Murakami's original show, the characters didn't act like the annoying douchebags that Aaron Horvath seems to think kids like for some reason, and it ended on a legitimately funny note that doesn't cost any of the characters their integrity. Why aren't MORE episodes like this?!

Now, that's not to say this episode is perfect. The color palette still hurts to look at, a few awkward shoehorned-in jokes persist, and the episode title and how it ties in to the narrative are both really facepalm-worthy. But that doesn't stop this from being far superior episode to all the sheit that's come before.

Are you getting all this, Horvath? More like this, please, and I might actually stop hating your show!


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