- List of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2003) episodes
This is a list of episodes of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2003 TV series. The series debuted on February 8, 2003 on the Fox Network as part of Fox's 4Kids TV Saturday morning lineup, and ended on February 28, 2009. The series is produced by Mirage Studios, which owns one third of the rights to the show.
Season One: 2003
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' first season originally aired between February 8, 2003 and November 1, 2003, beginning with the "Things Change" episode. The episodes were released in two separate volumes, the first on May 22, 2007 with twelve episodes, and the second on September 18, 2007 with fourteen episodes.
# Title Original airdate TV Broadcast 1 "Things Change" February 8, 2003 S01E01 In the midst of an intense training session with Master Splinter, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are attacked by Mouser robots, which tear asunder their underground New York City home and separate them from their sensei. With their lair destroyed, the Turtles must search for their master and find a new home. Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird make cameo appearances as police officers in the episode. 2 "A Better Mousetrap" February 15, 2003 S01E02 After the Turtles settle into their new lair, they discover the source of their Mouser problem: Stocktronics founder and CEO, Dr. Baxter Stockman. Donatello repairs a disabled Mouser and the Turtles track it through the sewers, where, coincidentally, they stumble upon April O'Neil, a young apprentice fleeing the wrath of Dr. Stockman. 3 "Attack of the Mousers" February 22, 2003 S01E03 After fainting from their initial encounter, April O'Neil wakes up in the Turtles' lair. It is here April learns of the Turtles' origin, and when they all agree that Baxter Stockman and his rampaging Mousers must be stopped. 4 "Meet Casey Jones" March 1, 2003 S01E04 During a sparring session, Raphael lets his anger get the best of him and almost hurts Michelangelo seriously. He decides to go "topside" to cool off and meets someone filled with more anger than him: a streetwise vigilante named Casey Jones. 5 "Nano" March 8, 2003 S01E05 A small-time thief goes on a crime spree when he stumbles upon a form of artificial intelligence made of nanotechnology. When the crook and his ward reach April O'Neil's new antique shop, "2nd Time Around", they face off against Casey and the Turtles. 6 "Darkness on the Edge of Town" March 15, 2003 S01E06 After a blackout knocks out the lights in the lair, the Turtles go topside to investigate. Once above ground, the Turtles encounter the mysterious Foot Clan gathering ancient artifacts from around the city. 7 "The Way of Invisibility" March 22, 2003 S01E07 Casey Jones becomes an unwanted houseguest in the Turtles' lair, so Raphael takes him topside to get some much needed air. During a routine skirmish with a street gang known as the Purple Dragons, Raph and Casey encounter the Foot Tech Ninja, whose cyber armor enhances their strength and speed, while offering invisibility. Raphael is kidnapped and interrogated by Hun, while Casey escapes to get help. 8 "Fallen Angel" March 29, 2003 S01E08 Angel, a girl Casey knows from the neighborhood, goes through her initiation to join the Purple Dragons. Casey fears her going down the wrong path and tries to stop her from joining the gang with the help of the Turtles. 9 "Garbageman" April 5, 2003 S01E09 When homeless people start to disappear mysteriously, the Turtles set out to investigate. Their search leads them to a garbage-filled island where the homeless are used as slaves by the villainous Garbageman. 10 "The Shredder Strikes, Part 1" April 12, 2003 S01E10 Leonardo meets a mysterious man named Oroku Saki, who appears to be the leader of the Foot Clan. In spite of previous skirmishes with the clan, Leo is offered a truce and a chance to fight against a "greater evil". Almost taken in by the offer, Leo's brothers encourage him to consult Master Splinter. They soon learn the true nature of the Foot Clan and the significance of their emblem. 11 "The Shredder Strikes, Part 2" April 19, 2003 S01E11 Oroku Saki reveals himself as the Shredder and engages the turtles in battle. The Turtles soon find themselves outmatched, divide, and make a retreat. Leonardo meets a man who promises the turtles help in the future from his organization, the Guardians. Concurrently, Master Splinter searches for his sons and prepares a counteroffensive. 12 "The Unconvincing Turtle Titan" May 3, 2003 S01E12 Michelangelo yearns to use his fighting abilities to help others in the city, leading him to create his alter ego: Turtle Titan. While attempting to team-up with his superhero inspiration, Silver Sentry, Mikey must battle his hero's arch-nemesis, Dr. Malignus. 13 "Notes from the Underground, Part 1" May 10, 2003 S01E13 While Donatello examines a pair of mysterious crystals, the lair's perimeter alarm is triggered after the crystals begin to glow. The Turtles investigate and find tracks indicating the presence of some unknown creature. These tracks lead them deep underground where they uncover an abandoned Foot Genetics lab. 14 "Notes from the Underground, Part 2" May 17, 2003 S01E14 Inside the Foot Genetics lab, the Turtles learn of past experiments that turned human subjects into monsters. The brothers soon encounter a group of these creatures who are at first hostile, but eventually become allies. The Turtles now find themselves helping these creatures evade the attacks of similar, but mindless monsters. This new partnership takes the Turtles deeper into the seemingly haunted catacombs, where creatures, and later Donatello, have disappeared. 15 "Notes from the Underground, Part 3" May 24, 2003 S01E15 The source of the mysterious crystals found in the lair appears to be an ancient subterranean city. This site is also the location where Donatello and the Turtles' monster allies disappear. The city is inhabited by the sole survivor of an ancient race; although he claims wanting to return the creatures to their original form, his true intentions remain unknown. 16 "The King" May 31, 2003 S01E16 With the Foot Clan scouring the sewers, the Turtles move in with April. When the water heater breaks down, Donatello goes down to the basement to fix it. Here Don meets April's tenant, Kirby, an artist whose mysterious power opens an adventure to another dimension. This episode was dedicated to Jack Kirby, and is based on the Mirage Comics story "Kirby and the Warp Crystal" (Donatello #1). 17 "The Shredder Strikes Back, Part 1" June 7, 2003 S01E17 During an early morning training run, Leonardo encounters a legion of Foot Ninja and Hun. A thunderstorm develops not long before Leo encounters a new foe, the Foot Elite. As he becomes overwhelmed, Leo witnesses the return of the Shredder. Leonardo is thrown through April's window, and warns his brothers of the Shredder's return before passing out. 18 "The Shredder Strikes Back, Part 2" June 14, 2003 S01E18 Leonardo lies unconscious while his brothers and Master Splinter defend against waves of attacking Foot Ninja. Desiring revenge, the Shredder seeks to destroy the Turtles and their allies at any cost. After torching April's shop and causing it to explode with the turtles captured inside, the Guardians arrive too late. Officers Eastman and Laird make another cameo appearance in this episode. 19 "Tales of Leo" September 13, 2003 S01E19 After barely escaping the Shredder's attack, the Turtles, Splinter, Casey and April head to the old farmhouse of Casey's grandmother. As Leonardo lies unconscious, each member of his family tells Leo a tale of his early adventures, hoping their voices will rouse him back to consciousness. Stockman, without his legs, right eye, left hand and with a broken neck, is sent to find proof of the turtle's death, but can find no valid evidence. 20 "The Monster Hunter" September 20, 2003 S01E20 Still recuperating at the old farmhouse, the Turtles try to keep themselves busy. Raphael helps Leonardo forge new katana blades while Michelangelo, Donatello, and Casey deal with the overzealous Abigail Finn, who hopes to catch the legendary "Green Man of the Woods", which is in reality Michelangelo caught on film. With his new katanas, Leonardo promises to return to New York and end the Foot Clan's activity. 21 "Return to New York, Part 1" September 27, 2003 S01E21 Thinking he has destroyed his enemies, the Shredder is not prepared for a surprise attack on his headquarters by the Turtles and Splinter. With April providing computer intel at the lair, the Turtles work their way up to the Shredder, floor by floor. When Oroku Saki attempts to contact Stockman about the turtle's return, Stockman ignores him and continues work on a secret project near completion. 22 "Return to New York, Part 2" October 4, 2003 S01E22 Continuing their assault, the Turtles and Splinter encounter mutant clones and a near indomitable foe, the Foot Mystic Ninjas, in a Foot Genetics lab. The Turtles ultimately make it to the Shredder's throne room, but are interrupted by an Stockman's secret project, an exosuit Stockman hopes to use to get revenge on both the Shredder and the Turtles. 23 "Return to New York, Part 3" October 11, 2003 S01E23 With Baxter Stockman causing a problem for everyone, the Turtles work with the Shredder to stop him. Just as Stockman is out of the way, the Turtles enter into a rooftop battle. With help from the mysterious group of warriors known as the Guardians, the Turtles enter into what seems to be a fight to the finish against the Shredder. 24 "Lone Raph and Cub" October 18, 2003 S01E24 With the Shredder killed in battle, his headquarters destroyed, and the Foot Clan in disarray, the Turtles find that Splinter, injured in the fight, is missing. Angry and confused, Raphael impatiently heads out to find his sensei, only to be thrust into a solo adventure helping a headstrong kid, Tyler, against ruthless mobsters. 25 "The Search for Splinter, Part 1" October 25, 2003 S01E25 After a frustrating and exhaustive search for Splinter, the Turtles' suspicions turn towards the Guardians. This leads them to an austere building with the company name TCRI, the same company responsible for their mutation. Following their only lead, the Turtles enlist April and Casey to help them get inside. 26 "The Search for Splinter, Part 2" November 1, 2003 S01E26 The Turtles manage to infiltrate the TCRI building, discovering there is more to the employees and to the building itself than meets the eye[clarification needed]. They manage to find an unconscious Splinter in a stasis tank, but soon find themselves transported to a place unknown.
Season Two: 2003-2004
Shredder returns in season 2 and is revealed to be an Utrom named Ch'rell. Karai the daughter of the Shredder makes her first appearance in this season.
# Title Original airdate TV Broadcast 27 "Turtles in Space, Part 1: The Fugitoid" November 8, 2003 S02E01 The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are teleported to the planet D'Hoonnib, and almost immediately jump to the aid of a besieged robot encasing Professor Honeycutt, a scientist trapped in a robot's body. Honeycutt is the target of the scheming General Blanque who wants Honeycutt to create a teleportal device so the Federation can conquer the galaxy. With the Federation in pursuit, the Turtles and Honeycutt are on the run. 28 "Turtles in Space, Part 2: The Trouble with Triceratons" November 15, 2003 S02E02 As they continue evasion, the Turtles and Professor Honeycutt decide to consult smugglers to get off D'Hoonnib. Despite their initial efforts to remain undercover, the Turtles soon find out that the Federation is not the only group targeting Professor Honeycutt. A dinosaur-like species, known as the Triceratons, enter the equation and apprehend the professor. Seeing him as their only hope for returning to Earth, the Turtles pursue the Triceratons to a scout ship camouflaged as a bunker. 29 "Turtles in Space, Part 3: The Big House" November 22, 2003 S02E03 With the professor in tow, the Triceraton scout ship returns to their homeworld via Tribase One. The Fugitoid is brought before the leader of the Triceratons, Prime Leader Zanramon, and demands are made for Professor Honeycutt to construct a teleportal device, or else have the Turtles executed. Meanwhile, the Turtles are incarcerated at a Triceraton prison where they soon devise a plan of escape. 30 "Turtles in Space, Part 4: The Arena" November 29, 2003 S02E04 The Turtles escape from the Triceraton prison and are entered into the Games by Prime Leader Zanramon. Their entrance is part of an attempt to coerce Professor Honeycutt into building his teleportal device. When the Turtles win their match, they are imprisoned again as slaves where they befriend a Triceraton prisoner, Traximus, renewing each others' hopes of freedom. 31 "Turtles in Space, Part 5: Triceraton Wars" December 6, 2003 S02E05 The Turtles manage to take Prime Leader Zanramon hostage and convince Honeycutt to build his teleportal device to return to Earth. The professor agrees, provided the Turtles destroy him if they are captured. Using the Prime Leader's personal space cruiser, the Turtles and the Fugitoid escape to a planetoid in the Egarom sector, with the warring Triceraton Republic and Federation in full pursuit. 32 "Secret Origins, Part 1" January 17, 2004 S02E06 The Turtles are teleported back to Earth with Professor Honeycutt by the Utroms and are reunited with Master Splinter. The Utroms take the Turtles and Splinter to the oracle pod chamber, a virtual reality simulation that chronicles historical events. Inside the chamber, the Turtles are transported to feudal era Japan, where they learn of the Utroms crash-landing on Earth. It is here where they encounter an early incarnation of the Foot Clan led by a look-alike of the Shredder. 33 "Secret Origins, Part 2" January 24, 2004 S02E07 After Baxter Stockman, once again in the Foot Clan's employ, infiltrates the TCRI building and sabotages the oracle pod chamber, the Turtles and Splinter become trapped in virtual reality as it turns to a physical reality. No longer holographic projections, the Turtles must battle the feudal era Shredder and his Foot Ninja, while pursuing the Guardians to find a way of out the simulation. 34 "Secret Origins, Part 3" January 31, 2004 S02E08 The Turtles and Splinter activate the internal fail safe of the oracle pod chamber only to find the TCRI building besieged by Shredder, Hun, Stockman, and the Foot Elite. Baxter Stockman successfully immobilizes the Shredder for a short time before escaping, allowing the turtles to take down the Shredder more easily than before. The National Guard stands outside the building trying to get in while the turtles and Splinter help the Utroms evacuate and escape the Shredder's wrath, but not before learning of the Shredder's true form. 35 "Reflections" February 14, 2004 S02E09 The gang return to the farmhouse in Northampton to rest and recuperate. Taking a retrospective look at the recent events, they discuss their encounters with the Shredder, as well as the discovery of his true form – a centuries-old criminal Utrom. However, despite his maliciousness, the Turtles and their sensei eventually come to the realization that the Shredder also played an instrumental role in their own origins. 36 "The Ultimate Ninja" February 7, 2004 S02E10 The Turtles, Splinter, Casey, and April relax in the lair for a movie night; however, during an ice cream run, Leonardo is challenged to a gyoji-refereed duel by a headstrong young ninja from another dimension. The challenge comes in a tradition unfamiliar to Leonardo, but worrisomely familiar to Master Splinter. 37 "The Return of Nano" February 21, 2004 S02E11 Nano, the nanorobot who seemingly met his demise in the junkyard, reawakens and reassembles. With a newfound motivation to create a family, Nano breaks his "father", Harry Parker, out of Rikers Island and kidnaps his "mother", Dr. Richards, from her laboratory. When his "family" doesn't turn out as he hoped, Nano begins to wreak havoc on Coney Island, where April and Casey happen to be on a "not-a-date". 38 "What a Croc!" February 28, 2004 S02E12 Michelangelo helps Donatello by exploring the underwater access way beneath the lair. Here he encounters a mutant crocodile torn between two personalities: a peaceful inventor and a vicious animal. The Turtles go to his sewer home and encounter an old foe with whom Leatherhead has teamed up. 39 "Return to the Underground" March 6, 2004 S02E13 Determined to find a cure for their genetically mutated friends, Donatello and his brothers return to the subterranean city. Unfortunately, when the Turtles return, they find their friends have reverted back to monsters, with the Crystal Moon missing. 40 "City at War, Part 1" March 13, 2004 S02E14 With the Shredder gone, the Foot Clan, the Purple Dragons, and the Mafia struggle to control New York City, quickly turning the streets into a dangerous turf war. Feeling the onus of the chaos in the streets, Leonardo sets out to quell the situation, with Raphael arguing it is not their fight. 41 "City at War, Part 2" March 20, 2004 S02E15 The Turtles become embroiled in the turf war as they face off against the Foot Clan, headed by the Elite Guard, while a mob-funded attack robot created by Baxter Stockman and the Purple Dragons, led by Hun, besiege the clan's rundown headquarters. To make matters more complicated, a ninja from Japan named Karai enters the fray, though her intentions are ambiguous. At her mercy, the Turtles have no choice but to bargain with her. 42 "City at War, Part 3" March 27, 2004 S02E16 Karai introduces herself as the Shredder's adopted daughter and leader of the Foot Clan operations in Japan. She promises the Turtles that the Foot Clan will leave them in peace if they help her assume the Shredder's role to stop the raging turf war. Raphael refuses to help, but his brothers and Casey go along with the plan. 43 "Junklantis" April 3, 2004 S02E17 With the underwater access way complete, Donatello and Michelangelo explore the Hudson River in the newly christened Shell Sub. They soon come across an underwater fortress, which Mikey dubs "Junklantis". The inhabitants of the facility, responsible for disappearing freighters in New York Harbor, is found to be run by the egomaniacal Garbageman, who was thought drowned by the turtles. 44 "The Golden Puck" April 10, 2004 S02E18 Casey takes the Turtles to see a game of his favorite sport, Super Slam Hockey. When parahawks piloted by Texan roughnecks swoop down and steal the sport's championship prize, the Golden Puck, Casey will stop at nothing to recover it. With the help of the Turtles, Casey takes on the roughnecks and their employer, Mr. Arboost. 45 "Rogue in the House, Part 1" April 17, 2004 S02E19 With alien-like Biosite worms successfully regenerate the Shredder's body, Shredder seeks revenge on the Turtles. When he learns much of the Foot Clan was killed during the turf war, Hun introduces Saki to their new line of Foot Mechs. With their army almost complete, the clan sends a mech to find and destroy the Turtles. When this Foot Mech attacks his family, Splinter devises a counterattack, with the aid of a powerful warrior in a tricky alliance. 46 "Rogue in the House, Part 2" April 24, 2004 S02E20 Leonardo, Raphael, and Splinter are held captive on the Shredder's freighter while Karai is forced to make a choice between honoring her promise to the Turtles or obeying her master. Meanwhile, Donatello attempts to destroy the Shredder's new headquarters, while Michelangelo and Zog find themselves fighting against the Shredder's Foot Ninja. 47 "April's Artifact" May 1, 2004 S02E21 As the Turtles and Casey help April prepare her antique shop for reopening, April stumbles on a puzzle cube that used to belong to her Uncle Augie. As she cleans the artifact off, the cube begins to glow bright and transports April and the Turtles to an alternate dimension. Traveling through a tropical environment, they must evade large hornets and find their way home. 48 "Return of the Justice Force" May 8, 2004 S02E22 When Splinter encourages his sons to leave the lair so he can meditate, the Turtles and Casey take the opportunity to go on a road trip to Northampton. Fueled by Michelangelo's desire to find a missing issue of the Justice Force comic book, the gang find themselves in an adventure with the real-life Justice Force. 49 "The Big Brawl, Part 1" May 15, 2004 S02E23 As he does every three years, Master Splinter mysteriously goes off and leaves his sons for a few days. This time, however, curiosity sets in and the Turtles follow him through an interdimensional gateway, ending up in a nexus between dimensions, where the multiverse's greatest warriors meet to duel each other in tournaments. Despite his discontent, Master Splinter hesitantly allows his sons to enter the competition. 50 "The Big Brawl, Part 2" September 18, 2004 S02E24 In the Battle Nexus, the Turtles fight other warriors from different dimensions in an attempt to become the Battle Nexus Champions, but soon find that the behind-the-scenes palace intrigue and plot can be just as dangerous, as shown with Leonardo teaming with the anthropomorphic rabbit ronin, Miyamoto Usagi, to fight off would-be assassins. 51 "The Big Brawl, Part 3" September 25, 2004 S02E25 Master Splinter is framed for attempting to kill the Ultimate Daimyo, host of the Battle Nexus, and is imprisoned while Raph and Michey find themselves pitted against each other in the tournament. Meanwhile, Leo falls into a coma after being struck by a poisonous dart from the Ultimate Ninja, while Don and Usagi must defend him and a gravely wounded Daimyo from more assassins. 52 "The Big Brawl, Part 4" October 2, 2004 S02E26 Michelangelo reaches the finals and faces off against Kluh to become the Battle Nexus champion. Concurrently, Donatello and Usagi continue to defend the Daimyo and Leo against assassins while Raph and Traximus attempt to free the imprisoned Master Splinter. The swirl of events is revealed to have been orchestrated by the Daimyo's son, the Ultimate Ninja, and a dragon named Drako, who seeks control of the Daimyo's warstaff.
Season Three: 2004-2005
Many of the Ninja Turtles enemies return in season 3. This is the finale season that includes Utrom Shredder.
# Title Original airdate TV Broadcast 53 "Space Invaders, Part 1" October 9, 2004 S03E01 The Earth goes under attack when the Triceratons mount a surprise invasion. Following an energy trail from the transmat device, Prime Leader Zanramon is convinced Professor Honeycutt resides on the planet and send his forces to apprehend all people thought to have been in contact with him. The Turtles try to evade capture, but come to the rescue of April and Casey when the two are taken captive and held at Central Park. The turtles manage to free the prisoners and are successful in saving April and Casey, but Donatello is captured by the Triceratons. 54 "Space Invaders, Part 2" October 16, 2004 S03E02 Donatello is captured and taken to the Triceraton mothership. Prime Leader Zanramon questions him concerning the whereabouts of the robot, but Don insists he is no longer on Earth. The Triceraton leader continues to wreak havoc on Earth, levitating the city of Beijing into the stratosphere, and defeats the Justice Force after they were called to attack the Triceratons. Meanwhile, Donatello's brothers manage to steal a Triceraton ship and infiltrate the Triceraton mothership, but find themselves surrounded by a cadre of Triceratons in the mothership sewers. 55 "Space Invaders, Part 3" October 23, 2004 S03E03 The Triceratons surrounding the turtles turn out to be a rebellious group led by Traximus, leading Leonardo, Raphael, and Michelangelo to form an alliance. The rebel leader wishes to overthrow Prime Leader Zanramon and reinstitute the representative government of the Triceraton Republic. With the rebel group, the Turtles seek to secure their brother, Donatello, and sabotage the Prime Leader's attack on Earth. With the help of the rebels, the turtles do so and escape to Earth. The Triceratons scan for positrons and find nothing, realizing that the professor was not on Earth, but they find his teleportal trail and plot a new course for his planet. 56 "Worlds Collide, Part 1" October 30, 2004 S03E04 Despite convincing the Triceratons that the robot has in fact left Earth, the Turtles are dismayed to find that he has returned. Having erased any information on the Teleportal from his hard drive, he attempts to offer himself up to the Triceratons to encourage them to end their war against the D'Hoonib Republic; but the Turtles refuse to let their friend be captured. 57 "Worlds Collide, Part 2" November 6, 2004 S03E05 The Turtles and Professor Honeycutt are captured by the enigmatic Agent Bishop. Turning the robot over to General Blanque of D'Hoonib, Bishop performs medical experiments on the Turtles, which threaten to result in their deaths. 58 "Worlds Collide, Part 3" November 6, 2004 S03E06 Master Splinter, April, and Casey rescue the Turtles and Leatherhead from Agent Bishop's clutches, and they all set off to find Honeycutt. Meanwhile, Traximus and his rebel group attack the Triceraton Prime Leader, and the professor struggles to end the war between the Triceratons and the D'Hoonib Federation. 59 "Touch and Go" November 13, 2004 S03E07 Raphael seeks shelter and learns a lesson in empathy when an angry mob looking for aliens chases him through the New York City alleys. Meanwhile, Master Splinter and Michelangelo must fight two hired assassins possessing super-strength and super-speed abilities. 60 "Hunted" November 20, 2004 S03E08 A big game hunter searches the sewers, seeking a giant crocodile rumoured to live in them. He runs into an emotionally unstable Leatherhead, who has been living in the Turtles' lair and believes he has accidentally killed Michelangelo. 61 "H.A.T.E." December 27, 2004 S03E09 The gang relaxes in the countryside, before having their peace shattered by violent, alien-hating survivalists. Raphael and Donatello try to put a stop to them, dealing with an atomic bomb, while April's and Casey's relationship is put at risk by the arrival of Casey's overprotective mother. 62 "Nobody's Fool" December 4, 2004 S03E10 The Turtles discover a caped figure taking out street punks. Claiming his name to be Nobody, he decides to work with the Turtles to halt crime in the area; however, Shredder continues to undermine the reconstruction of New York for unknown purposes. 63 "New Blood" December 11, 2004 S03E11 The Turtles explore a crashed Triceraton ship that was left in the Hudson River after the alien invasion. Here, they encounter three "Karai-Bots", dangerous robots designed by Baxter Stockman's overly enthusiastic young apprentice. 64 "The Lesson" December 18, 2004 S03E12 April asks the Turtles to teach her martial arts, but they refuse, knowing they could do more harm than good by training her without sufficient expertise. They tell her of the time they tried to train a boy when the Turtles were much younger - a boy the turtles are well familiar with now. 65 "The Christmas Aliens" December 25, 2004 S03E13
In a solo adventure, Michelangelo thwarts the Purple Dragons in their attempt to steal a truck full of toys destined for an orphanage. He comes across a stray kitten, whom he takes under his wing and names him Klunk. At the lair, Mikey's brothers and Master Splinter plan a feast, inviting their friends.Note: While this episode was first of the season to be produced, it changed air dates to show closer to Christmas.
66 "The Darkness Within" January 1, 2005 S03E14 Angel asks the Turtles to help find her brother, who went missing after exploring tunnels under an old mansion. The Turtles venture in and uncover a centuries-old monster, who captures them and forces each Turtle to confront his greatest fear. 67 "Mission of Gravity" February 8, 2005 S03E15 The Turtles encounter an old friend whom they thought was dead, and they set out to lower the floating city of Beijing back to the Earth's surface. Going against her father's wishes, Karai secretly tries to help the Turtles, while Baxter Stockman, whose technological skills are at risk of being usurped, tries to eliminate Dr. Chaplin. 68 "The Entity Below" January 15, 2005 S03E16 To Michelangelo's chagrin, the Turtles must venture back to the underground city, after Donatello's crystals start to glow in conjunction with massive earthquakes. 69 "Time Travails" January 22, 2005 S03E17 The Turtles become involved in a time hopping adventure with apprentice Renet to foil the plans of the demon sorcerer Savanti Remaro, as he tries to escape his exile to the dark ages. 70 "Hun on the Run" January 29, 2005 S03E18 Sent by the Shredder to obtain a piece of alien technology held by the United States government, Karai is captured by Agent Bishop, who offers to return her in exchange for Shredder's own alien technologies. Shredder instead sends the disgraced Hun to rescue the girl. Stockman ultimately lures the Turtles into the battle as well. 71 "Reality Check" February 5, 2005 S03E19 The Ultimate Daimyo's son and Drako, merged into one entity, arrive in the Turtles' lair with Lord Simultaneous's Time Scepter. Seeking vengeance, the monster teleports Splinter and the Turtles to different dimensions. Michelangelo finds himself in a world where the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are superheroes with superpowers. His joy is ended abruptly, however, when he finds who the Superturtles' archenemy is. 72 "Across the Universe" February 12, 2005 S03E20 Raphael arrives in a dimension where different alien species race large motorcycles in high-stake competitions. He joins in and tries to teach his companions how to race honorably. (This crossover episode features characters from Peter Laird and Jim Lawson's comic book series, "Planet Racers".) 73 "Same As It Never Was" February 19, 2005 S03E21 Donatello is thrown into a grim, dystopian future, where the Shredder exercises totalitarian control and Casey has been killed. He attempts to find his emotionally-hardened family and friends, who believed he had been dead for thirty years, to plan a final attack on the Shredder's headquarters. 74 "The Real World, Part 1" February 26, 2005 S03E22 Leonardo finds himself in a feudal Japan-like dimension where he encounters anthropomorphic samurai animals, including his old friend, Usagi. (This crossover episode features characters from Stan Sakai's comic series, "Usagi Yojimbo".) 75 "The Real World, Part 2" March 5, 2005 S03E23 Leonardo, hoping to find his family, travels with Usagi to the Battle Nexus to get help from the Daimyo. 76 "Bishop's Gambit" April 12, 2005 S03E24 Agent Bishop captures Master Splinter to extract some of his mutant rat DNA. The Turtles, Professor Honeycutt, and Leatherhead invade Bishop's laboratory, and discover how frightening his plans for the world are. 77 "Exodus, Part 1" April 19, 2005 S03E25 The Shredder prepares to leave the Earth and spread his plans of conquest and mass murder to other planets. As the citizens of New York City celebrate Oroku Saki's aid in repairing the city after the Triceraton invasion, the Turtles and their allies decide they must sneak into the Shredder's headquarters and stop him from leaving at all costs. 78 "Exodus, Part 2" April 26, 2005 S03E26 After a severe defeat at the Shredder's hands, the Turtles and Splinter, on board the Shredder's starship, are obligated to make difficult decisions in order to stop their hated enemy.
Season Four: 2005-2006
# Title Original airdate TV Broadcast 79 "Cousin Sid" September 10, 2005 S04E01 With their bodies bruised and their spirits wounded, the gang returns to the countryside to heal. Unfortunately, their recuperation is interrupted when Casey's cousin, Sid, shows up demanding money, which he needs to repay a debt to the Purple Dragons. 80 "The People's Choice" September 17, 2005 S04E02 The Turtles go on a camping trip in the forest and explore an abandoned sawmill. Their sojourn is interrupted by an extraterrestrial mech which crashes into the nearby lake. The Turtles meet an alien, Jhanna, who was nominated to fight the corrupt Moriah in fair combat. When she arrives on Earth, bringing with her an unfair advantage, the Turtles rush to Jhanna's aid. Meanwhile, at the farm, Casey struggles to express his true feelings for April. 81 "Sons of the Silent Age" October 1, 2005 S04E03 Still recovering in the countryside, the Turtles, April, and Casey take a raft down the Connecticut River. April confronts Leonardo about his newfound ire and brooding attitude. As he expresses his resentment and shame from his last encounter with the Shredder, they are interrupted by a fish-like humanoid creature covered in radiation burns from a nearby nuclear power plant, which possesses April's body and tells her of her past. 82 "Dragon's Brew" October 8, 2005 S04E04 Hun returns to the Purple Dragons and heads a campaign hijacking weapons shipments. Leonardo's newfound fury leads him to recruit Casey to put a stop to these thefts; however, when the two confront the Purple Dragons after a train hijacking, they encounter a foe that is a danger to all of them. 83 "I, Monster" October 15, 2005 S04E05 The Turtles and Casey take their training to an abandoned brickworks and practice stealth in a game of hide and seek. Their training is soon interrupted by an enigmatic figure bandaged from head to toe. The man, who seems to have a special relationship with rats, attacks the team viciously and kidnap Michelangelo. Leonardo rambunctiously retaliates, to the chagrin of his brothers and Casey. Unbeknownst to them, the Turtles have played a large role in this stranger's dark past. 84 "Grudge Match" October 22, 2005 S04E06 Michelangelo is challenged by his former Battle Nexus rival, Kluh, who feels that an interference during their final match gave Mikey an unfair opportunity to win. Considering the fluke-like nature of his victory, Mikey consults Leonardo to train him. Despite his claims of unfairness, Kluh's father places a spell on the Battle Nexus to ensure that the rematch is a fight to the death. 85 "A Wing and a Prayer" September 25, 2005 S04E07 During a nighttime training exercise on the rooftops of New York City, the Turtles are interrupted by two warring Avians, a race whose appearance resembles angels. The Turtles come to the aid of Raptarr, who is trying to stop the exiled Mephos from starting a civil war in the Avian city and conquering Earth. 86 "Bad Day" November 5, 2005 S04E08 During a meditation session, Master Splinter's sudden collapse becomes the first of a nightmarish chain of events, which force the Turtles to face death, destruction, and tragedy. Matters become worse as they come face-to-face with their most contentious foes, who, forming an alliance, seek to break the Turtles' spirits. 87 "Aliens Among Us" November 12, 2005 S04E09 When the president threatens to cut the funding of the Earth Protection Force, Agent Bishop engineers an alien invasion to attack him during a press conference before a meeting at the United Nations. 88 "Dragons Rising" November 19, 2005 S04E10 As Hun expands the Purple Dragons' power via illicit arms trades, the Turtles and Casey Jones seek to stop him. Leonardo continues to unduly press his brothers while Casey seeks revenge on Hun for causing a tragic event during his childhood. 89 "Still Nobody" November 26, 2005 S04E11 Nobody returns and reaches out to the Turtles, asking their help in stopping his foe, Ruffington, and the Purple Dragons from selling weapons to a violent street gang, the Turks. 90 "All Hallows Thieves" October 29, 2005 S04E12 The Turtles are preparing to celebrate Halloween, a day they are able to be seen in public. When costumed thieves steal a statue from April's antique shop, the Turtles put aside their jack-o'-lanterns and pursue them. This theft is part of a bigger plan by a sorcerer, the King of Thieves, who plans to use the statue to unleash a legion of minions on the city. When the Turtles come to disrupt his plans, the sorcerer summons the Thievery God, bringing the statue to life, which sets out to destroy the Turtles. 91 "Samurai Tourist" December 3, 2005 S04E13 Master Splinter invites Miyamoto Usagi and Murakami Gennosuke from their dimension in the hopes that Usagi can speak to Leonardo about his wayward attitude. When Gennosuke wanders off to explore downtown Manhattan, the Turtles, Usagi, and Casey set out to find him. Their search is complicated when an assassin, sent after Leonardo by Lord Hebi, follows Gen and Usagi to Earth. 92 "The Ancient One" December 10, 2005 S04E14 When Leonardo's anger causes him to injure Splinter, he seeks redemption by travelling to Japan. There, he begins a quest to find the Ancient One, who once trained Splinter's sensei, Hamato Yoshi. This episode borrows heavily from The Empire Strikes Back. 93 "Scion of the Shredder" February 4, 2006 S04E15 With Leonardo gone, Splinter, Raphael, Donatello, and Michelangelo witness the return of the Shredder. They are plunged into the fight of their lives as they ward off volleys of Foot Ninja and Foot Mechs which lay waste to their lair. 94 "Prodigal Son" February 11, 2006 S04E16 Leonardo returns home to find the lair in ruins and his family missing. His search for answers and his family eventually lead him to the realization that Karai is no longer an ally. 95 "Outbreak" February 18, 2006 S04E17 Following the invasion engineered by Agent Bishop, genetic material from the DNA-replicated aliens is combined with inhabitants of the sewers and surrounding waterways, causing a mutant outbreak. Fearing its spread, Bishop sends Baxter Stockman to contain the threat. Meanwhile, the Turtles search for items to furnish their new lair, but must face the threat of attacking mutants. 96 "Trouble with Augie" February 25, 2006 S04E18 April discovers a distress signal from her Uncle Augie, who became trapped in another dimension years ago. She appeals to Donatello for help and they use April's puzzle cube to travel across the multiverse. They find Augie, along with his new lizard-like friends, the Brotherhood, who claim they wish to help the inhabitants of Earth. Unfortunately, they soon discover the Brotherhood's true aspirations are not so benevolent. 97 "Insane in the Membrane" October 14, 2006(UK) S04E19
The mutant outbreak continues to spread through the sewers and subway tunnels while the Turtles try to contain the threat. Back at Area 51, Baxter Stockman prepares a new body for cerebral transfer, despite warnings from Agent Bishop. When Stockman's body begins to show signs of rejection, he becomes delirious, which leads to a rampage against the person he believes to have caused all his problems, April O'Neil.Note: This episode has not been shown in the United States due to censorship reasons, but it is on DVD.
98 "Return of Savanti, Part 1" March 11, 2006 S04E20 Savanti Romero plots his revenge against the Turtles and Renet after they had him banished to the Cretaceous period. Using his magic to manipulate time, Romero lures the Turtles and Renet into a trap to obtain the time sceptre. 99 "Return of Savanti, Part 2" March 18, 2006 S04E21 Having traveled to the past, the Turtles and Renet battle with Savanti Romero and his telepathically controlled dinosaurs, as Savanti attempts to change the historic timeline by preventing the dinosaurs' extinction event. 100 "Tale of Master Yoshi" March 4, 2006 S04E22 When the power goes out in their lair, the Turtles and Splinter gather around the candlelight as Leonardo tells a story he learned from the Ancient One about Splinter's sensei, Hamato Yoshi. 101 "Adventures in Turtle Sitting" March 25, 2006 S04E23 The Turtles continue to deal with the seemingly unstoppable mutant outbreak, but they leave Donatello under care of April and Casey when he becomes very ill. However, Donatello's illness is not as common as originally thought, as he is in the final stages of a secondary mutation that will transform him into a savage beast. 102 "Good Genes, Part 1" April 1, 2006 S04E24 When it is apparent that Donatello's secondary mutation is causing his body to degenerate, the Turtles and Leatherhead agree they must go directly to Agent Bishop's headquarters to demand a cure. This scenario proves to be fortuitous as Bishop offers to help the Turtles if they retrieve an ancient piece of technology from the Foot Clan. 103 "Good Genes, Part 2" April 8, 2006 S04E25 The Turtles agree to Bishop's offer in exchange for the cure to Donatello's secondary mutation. They are charged with infiltrating the clan's headquarters and retrieving the Heart of Tengu; however, Bishop does not have a cure for Donatello, and the retrieval of the Heart of Tengu turns out to be the groundwork for a plan that even Bishop doesn't understand. 104 "Ninja Tribunal" April 15, 2006 S04E26 Still recovering from his secondary mutation, Donatello feels cooped up inside the new lair. To help their brother out, the other Turtles decide to take Don topside to get some much needed air. The Turtles are then ambushed and captured by masked wooden warriors. They arrive before the Ninja Tribunal, four beings with a great resemblance to the Shredder. Along with four other warriors, the Tribunal entreats the group for aid against a greater evil.
Season Five (The Lost Episodes): 2008
To try to increase interest in the series, in 2006 Fox aired the "Fast Forward" season on commercial TV. 4Kids Entertainment later signed a deal with Comcast and the season began airing on Comcast-On-Demand in August 2006; however, after airing five episodes, the airing was canceled. Fox later aired the "Membership Drive" episode on March 24, 2007, which was the first episode of the season to air on regular television. 4Kids TV started showing "The Ninja Tribunal" and the 12 completed episodes of this season on February 9, 2008. The season was promoted as the "Lost Episodes".
# Title Original airdate TV Broadcast 105 "Lap of the Gods" February 16, 2008 S05E01 Abducted by the Ninja Tribunal and separated from Master Splinter, the Turtles and the human Acolytes are taken to Japan to begin their training, where they encounter the ancient evil they have been drafted to fight. 106 "Demons and Dragons" February 23, 2008 S05E02 The Turtles begin training with the mysterious Ninja Tribunal, experimenting with new powers and weapons. After securing the first of the Tribunal's lost artifacts, the turtles learn to their horror that the "great evil" they are destined to face is the long-imprisoned spirit of the Shredder. 107 "Legend of the Five Dragons" March 1, 2008 S05E03 The Turtles train with the Ninja Tribunal to prevent the resurrection of the Shredder. But when Splinter and the Ancient One express serious doubts about trusting the Tribunal, they reveal the secret history of the Tribunal and the true origin of the Shredder to the confused turtles. 108 "More Worlds Than One" March 8, 2008 S05E04 The Turtles and company continue their training under the Ninja Tribunal, learning to fight in the physical as well as mental and spiritual worlds. The second artifact of the Shredder is also found. 109 "Beginning of the End" March 15, 2008 S05E05 The gang return to the Tribunal Monastery with the second Shredder Artifact, but are ambushed by old foes. With all three artifacts in the hands of evil, they plan a sneak attack on the Tribunal and their students with devastating results. The Tribunal and their human acolytes are killed in the battle that follows. 110 "Nightmares Recycled" Unaired S05E06
Raph, Don, Casey, and April's evening salvage operation lands them a ticket to Recycle World. While fighting in a world of lethal compactors and shredders, Hun reveals he and Garbageman have something in common – DNA.NOTE: This episode was never completed. The script was finished and production had begun when 4Kids stopped it, deeming it too controversial and violent for a children's program. It was shelved in the early stages of production.
111 "Membership Drive" March 22, 2008 S05E07 The Justice Force is expanding its ranks and Mikey plans on joining, while Leo is more concerned in alerting them to the threat of the original Shredder. But when Nano reappears, everything quickly spirals out of control. 112 "New World Order, Part 1" March 29, 2008 S05E08 The original Shredder is resurrected by the Foot Mystics, whose first agenda is to destroy Karai, the "false shredder". And while the Turtles are enemies of both Shredders, they realize that if the original Shredder wins, his goal of creating a world of destruction, devastation, and chaos would be one step closer to reality. They decide to help Karai, even though she is clearly intent on killing them. 113 "New World Order, Part 2" April 5, 2008 S05E09 In their attempt to rescue Karai from the Foot Mystics and new Shredder, the Turtles wind up in a battle filled with magic and martial arts, where they use everything the Tribunal taught them. 114 "Fathers & Sons" April 12, 2008 S05E10 Weary after their first battle with the new Shredder, the Turtles doubt they can defeat him. To lift their spirits, Splinter and the Ancient One share a tale of the Turtles' toddler days. 115 "Past and Present" April 19, 2008 S05E11 Shredder begins to build a new dynasty in New York, transforming the whole island into a hellish nightmare. The Turtles team up with Karai in a plan to direct Shredder's energy against him from mystical "keystones" around Manhattan. 116 "Enter the Dragons, Part 1" April 26, 2008 S05E12 The Shredder has transformed New York City into a nightmare version of feudal Japan, but the Turtles ally with some of their former enemies and friends thought dead to bring the fight to the Shredder. 117 "Enter the Dragons, Part 2" May 3, 2008 S05E13 With the help of allies and enemies, the Turtles fight their way through New York to confront the Shredder.
Season Six (Fast Forward): 2006-2007
The Turtles are in the future. New enemies are seen. Most of the old characters are not in this season at all. The Turtles and Splinter have different designs in this season.
# Title Original airdate TV Broadcast 118 "Future Shellshock" July 29, 2006 S06E01 In the middle of a particularly heated argument over which TV programs to watch, the Turtles and Splinter are abruptly transported to the year 2105 by a time machine unwittingly created by Cody Jones, heir to the vast O'Neil-Jones business empire and descendant of April and Casey. Upon their arrival, the Turtles quickly get separated, and minutes later, Mikey finds himself ambushed by a horde of mysterious, cloaked figures, the Street Phantoms led by Jammerhead. His terrapin brothers must first rendezvous with a fussy English-accented robot named Serling, meet Cody, and adapt to their new surroundings before setting out on a desperate rescue mission. 119 "Obsolete" August 5, 2006 S06E02 Hoping to fix the Time Window and return home, the Turtles sneak out with Cody and go to O'Neil Tech; however, Darius Dunn sees them and wants them away from Cody and in his lab for study. Unleashing old mercenaries against the Turtles, it looks as if Darius will get his wish, until they turn on him and kidnap Cody instead. 120 "Home Invasion" August 12, 2006 S06E03 Raphael is impatient with the highly automated future, especially when Cody builds the Turtles a fancy new dojo, complete with realistic holographic simulation battle programs. Unfortunately, a malicious living computer virus named Viral takes over Cody's building, and traps the Turtles within the Dojo. 121 "Headlock Prime" September 30, 2006 S06E04 When he sees an ad for a pro-wrestling tournament, a homesick Raph cannot resist. Leo tags as well; however, it turns out that 22nd century-style wrestling is more about body language than actual physical fighting, but things are livened up when Triple Threat, a banned wrestler with three bickering heads, crashes the arena to prove himself and steals the box office receipts. 122 "Playtime's Over" October 7, 2006 S06E05 Mikey, obsessed with the video game HELIX, is unable to hold himself when he finds that the sequel is being released. The turtles need a guide to navigate the humongous "LEVELLEX MALL", and enlist Cody, who brings street-wise Starlee. But at the mall, Jammerhead and the Street Phantoms hijack the delivery trucks carrying Helix 2, framing the turtles for the crime. 123 "Bishop to Knight" October 14, 2006 S06E06 The gang is shocked to find that their old archenemy, Agent Bishop, is alive and well in the year 2105, and President of the Pan-Galactic Council, an organisation dedicated to peace between alien species. Furthermore, he needs their help in tracking down wanted mercenary Torbin Zixx. 124 "Night of Sh'Okanabo" October 21, 2006 S06E07 When Mikey finds out that Cody has never seen a horror flick, he drags Cody and his three brothers downtown for a horror movie viewing. What the turtles do not expect is that their horror movie is ruined when they meet Sh'okanabo face to face. 125 "Clash of the Turtle Titans" October 28, 2006 S06E08 Mikey discovers someone has taken over his old superhero persona, Turtle Titan, and sets off to deal with the "imposter". 126 "Fly Me to the Moon" November 4, 2006 S06E09 Cody and the Turtles go to the moon in search of a rare lunar alloy; but their quest is cut short when they discover that the Inuwashi Gunjin have been sent there by Darius Dun to eliminate them. 127 "Invasion of the Body Snatcher!" November 11, 2006 S06E10 Jammerhead takes identity theft to a new level when he gets his hands on the Bodyjacker. He uses it to take over Darius Dun's body in order to infiltrate O'Neil Tech, and steal its greatest secrets. When the Turtles step in to stop him, they discover that one of those secrets appears to be a covert weapons-building program by Darius himself. 128 "The Freaks Come Out at Night" November 25, 2006 S06E11 After an outing downtown, Mikey begins behaving strangely. The reason, the Turtles discover, is that Mikey has been "implanted" by one of Sh'Okanabo's "gene-seeds". Sh'Okanabo has begun his first test of introducing the seeds to the general population to propagate his alien race, transforming ordinary folks into monstrous Kanabo drones. 129 "Bad Blood" December 2, 2006 S06E12 Sh'Okanabo makes a deal with Darius Dun by giving him Kanabo clones of the Turtles, each with the Turtles' fighting style and memories. Darius then leads the Turtles into an ambush and disarms them. Cody, Splinter, and Serling come to help, but end up in a mess of trouble. With Splinter and Serling arrested by the Peacekeepers, Cody must put his training and a little detective work to good use. 130 "The Journal" December 9, 2006 S06E13 While rooting around in Cody's Trophy Room, the Turtles come across a journal written by April O'Neil and Casey Jones, which describes their lives when they return to the past. In spite of Splinter's warning that knowing their future could be dangerous, the guys set about reading it, only to find that their future back in the past will be all but good[clarification needed]. 131 "The Gaminator" December 16, 2006 S06E14 The Turtles get their hands on a prototype game system called "The Gaminator", virtual reality rumored to be the ultimate gaming experience. They get more than they bargained for when they are digitized and sucked into the game, where they find that the Gaminator is actually a trap set by Viral. 132 "Graduation Day: Class of 2105" March 24, 2007 S06E15 Splinter is pleased to announce that the Turtles are about to graduate from the ninja rank of Genin to the more advanced rank of Chunin, until it is made clear that Michelangelo will not be graduating with his brothers, due to his video game addiction. To bring their brother up to speed, they test him in a series of challenges in order to understand the true meaning of Ninjutsu. 133 "Timing is Everything" March 31, 2007 S06E16 Darius Dun and Sh'Okanabo join forces, anxious to test out their version of Cody's Time Window. Sh'Okanabo jumps the gun and unleashes a "Time storm" on New New York City, opening random portals to points across time. 134 "Enter the Jammerhead" April 7, 2007 S06E17 Jammerhead busts his way out of prison, looking to even the score with his Turtle foes. Thanks to a newly developed chip, he can download fighter footage and instantly mimic the moves of the best martial artists. He tracks down and confronts the Turtles during a visit from Starlee's alien family. Now, the turtles have to protect Starlee's family and figure out how to defeat the revamped Jammerhead. 135 "Milk Run" April 14, 2007 S06E18 Intergalactic mercenary Torbin Zixx returns and enlists the Turtles' help in smuggling a ship full of humanitarian aid past Triceraton space gangsters; but the Triceratons are determined to find Zixx at all costs. 136 "The Fall of Darius" April 21, 2007 S06E19 When Cody uncovers Darius Dun's secret weapons manufacturing program, he obtains his Turtle X battle armor, initiating a final showdown between he and his uncle over who will ultimately control the O'Neil Tech empire. 137 "Turtle X-Tinction" April 28, 2007 S06E20 Turtle X is on a rampage through New Manhattan, but Cody insists he has nothing to do with it. Apparently Darius Dun planted a trojan horse virus in Cody's exo-armor and is now controlling Turtle X to enact his revenge on his nephew and the Turtles. 138 "Race for Glory" September 8, 2007 S06E21 The Turtles enter a modified Hovershell in a cross-country road race, which pits the latest high-tech experimental vehicles against one another; but the race quickly turns serious when Triple Threat decides to steal all the cars. 139 "Head of State" September 15, 2007 S06E22 When President Bishop is attacked by mysterious underground monsters, he enlists the help of the Turtles. They must rescue Bishop before he loses his head to another sinister figure, Baxter Stockman. 140 "DNA is Thicker than Water" October 6, 2007 S06E23 Darius comes down hard on the Dark Turtles and places the blame squarely on Dark Leo's shoulders. To prove he is an apt leader, Dark Leo devises a plan to internally destroy the Turtles by wounding himself and being captured. While being nursed back to health, Dark Leo's time with the Turtles causes him to have second thoughts about the enterprise. 141 "The Cosmic Completist" October 13, 2007 S06E24 Raphael has nothing but contempt for Michelangelo's geeky toy collection, but when the leader of the Inawashi Gunjin comes to the Turtles for help with a malevolent alien, Raphael must think like a geek to defeat him. 142 "The Day of Awakening" October 20, 2007 S06E25 When the entire population of Moonbase Bishop goes missing, it appears that Sh'Okanabo has jump-started his plan to take over the Earth. The Turtles stage an assault on the base, only to find a bigger, badder Sh'Okanabo with an army of Kanabo Drones hiding on the far side of the Moon. 143 "Zixxth Sense" October 27, 2007 S06E26 Torbin Zixx convinces the Turtles to help him recover an experimental matter transmitter he was forced to give to Triceraton space gangster Boss Zukko, amidst trust issues.
Unproduced Fast Forward episodes
A ten-episode second season of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fast Forward was originally in production, intended to be aired on 4Kids TV in the fall 2007. However, the season was scrapped mid-production, and the last six episodes of the first season of Fast Forward were held over for airing in the fall instead. A storyboard animatic of the first episode was released through the Rewards Plaza of the 4Kids website . The titles for the unproduced episodes were later revealed .
# Title Original airdate TV Broadcast — "Master Fighter 2105" May 11, 2009 (animatic)
Viral returns, taking over Mikey's practice robot with the program of the kung-fu idol Master Fighter loaded into it.NOTE: Production of this episode was not completed.
— "Something Wicked" Unaired NOTE: Production of this episode was not completed. — "Bounty Huntin'" Unaired NOTE: Production of this episode was not completed. — "Turtles, Turtles Everywhere" Unaired NOTE: Production of this episode was not completed. — "Law and Disorder" Unaired NOTE: Production of this episode was not completed. — "The Devil and Dr. Stockman" Unaired NOTE: Production of this episode was not completed. — "The Incredible Shrinking Serling" Unaired
Serling builds a makeshift Time Window. Unfortunately, he accidentally shrinks himself to five inches tall and goes on a time traveling adventure where he ends up as a toy for squabbling Toddler Mutant Ninja-in-training Turtles! When he escapes their clutches, he is found by Wendell, an old man who has been hunting him since Serling destroyed his toy eighty years previously and wants to reproduce him.NOTE: Production of this episode was not completed, but the script was later salvaged and adapted into an episode of Back to the Sewer bearing the same title.
— "Space Usagi" Unaired NOTE: Production of this episode was not completed. — "City Under Siege" Unaired NOTE: Production of this episode was not completed, but the script was later salvaged and adapted into an episode of Back to the Sewer bearing the same title. — "Homeward Bound" Unaired NOTE: Production of this episode was not completed.
Season Seven (Back to the Sewer): 2008-2009
For most of the season, Cyber Shredder is the main villain. For most of the season, Splinter is trapped in cyber space, with Donatello in one turtle rescue missions.
# Title Original airdate TV Broadcast 144 "Tempus Fugit" September 13, 2008 S07E01 When the Time Window is finally repaired, the Turtles enter into it to head home, but instead of finding themselves back in the lair, they find themselves with Viral. Having escaped from inside Serling, she infects the Window so that she can send them on a harrowing trip through the past, present, and future, while making them pay for all the pain they had caused her by killing Master Splinter. 145 "Karate Schooled" September 20, 2008 S07E02 The Turtles are reunited with Casey and April, but it becomes clear that Casey is being brainwashed by his new martial arts instructor, Master Khan, a devoted Foot Clan operative and former Foot Elite. The Turtles must save Casey from the fanatic, while Donatello makes a strange discovery on the status of Master Splinter. 146 "Something Wicked" September 27, 2008 S07E03 Donatello discovers that Master Splinter was not killed; he was instead split into thousands of bytes spread across the Internet. The Turtles journey into cyberspace as Cybernauts, on a mission to save as much of Master Splinter as they can find[clarification needed]; but they find far more than what they were initially ready for: the Shredder reborn in the digital realm thanks to a digital backup of his mind before his exodus to the Utrom homeworld. 147 "The Engagement Ring" October 4, 2008 S07E04 Casey and Raph head to Chinatown to find an engagement ring for April. They find one, but laced with transformational powers that are of interest to Hun and the Purple Dragons. 148 "Hacking Stockman" October 18, 2008 S07E05 While Don focuses on collecting Splinter's data bits, his brothers find themselves pulled into a war between the Foot Clan and the Purple Dragons. But things worsen when the Cyber Shredder finds a way out of the digital realm by taking over the robotic body of Baxter Stockman. With Splinter's data bits just within his grasp, Don is forced to make a choice between helping his father or helping save his brothers from the Shredder. 149 "Incredible Shrinking Serling" October 25, 2008 S07E06 Serling, desperate to return to his own time, builds a makeshift Time Window; unfortunately, he accidentally shrinks himself and goes on a time traveling adventure, where he ends up as a toy for the toddler versions of the Turtles. When he escapes their clutches, he is discovered by Wendell, an old man who has been hunting him since Serling destroyed his toy eighty years prior. 150 "Identity Crisis" November 1, 2008 S07E07 Cyber Shredder releases a virus which wipes the Turtles' memories and brainwashes them into thinking they are his loyal Foot Clan minions. 151 "Web Wranglers" November 8, 2008 S07E08 The Cyber Shredder creates a web portal he hopes will allow him to venture from cyberspace into the real world. He releases mutants and monsters from various online programs, forcing the Turtles to take them down. 152 "SuperQuest" November 15, 2008 S07E09 The Turtles find more of Splinter's data bits embedded within Mikey's favorite online video game, and have to play the game to retrieve them. 153 "Virtual Reality Check" November 22, 2008 S07E10 Shredder makes the turtles believe they have left cyberspace, when in fact, they are still there, but giving him important information on portal-building as well. 154 "City Under Siege" November 29, 2008 S07E11 The Shredder hacks into a computer grid and reprograms every electronic device in New York. 155 "Super Power Struggle" February 21, 2009 S07E12 When Raph gets hold of a cape that grants him super powers, an impressed Justice Force invites him into their ranks; but when Dr. Malignus tries to get the cape for his own villainous purposes, Mikey and Raph must put aside their differences to stop him. 156 "Wedding Bells and Bytes" February 28, 2009 S07E13 Splinter is finally rescued from cyberspace, and the Turtles celebrate his return by joining April and Casey at their wedding. However, Shredder and Master Kahn launch a full-scale attack on the turtles and the wedding guests. SP-1 "Mayhem from Mutant Island" March 27, 2010 S07ESP-1 During a night of showing off their extreme sports gear, the Turtles are attacked by a monster from beneath the Earth. They trace it to a remote island where they uncover their old foe, Baxter Stockman, who has created vicious monstrosities[clarification needed] to unleash on the unsuspecting public. This episode in considered out of continuity with the rest of the series.
Mayhem from Mutant Island
Starting March 7, 2009, a series of 13 shorts, called "chapters", ranging from 90 seconds to two minutes in length, began airing on The CW4Kids during episodes of TMNT: Back to the Sewer and Chaotic: M'arrillian Invasion. They were streamed on the 4Kids website a week in advance of airing them on television. The episodes comprise a single story called "Mayhem from Mutant Island." On March 27, 2010 the 13 shorts were re-aired together under just the "Mayhem from Mutant Island" title as an episode of TMNT: Back to the Sewer.
# Title Original airdate TV Broadcast 1 "What Lurks Beneath" March 7, 2009 S07E14 While riding around with their sports gear, the Turtles are attacked by a giant crustacean-type monster that emerges from the sewers. 2 "Terror Unleashed" March 7, 2009 S07E14 The Turtles overcome the monster, only to fall into the sewer. Upon landing, a large group of mutants attacks. 3 "Trouble Runs Rampant" March 14, 2009 S07E14 After narrowly escaping the mutants in the sewer, the Turtles don their Sub-Sewer Gear in order to combat them. 4 "Showdown in the Subterrane" March 21, 2009 S07E14 The Turtles defeat the dinosaur mutants, only to subsequently discover they were right in front of a Purple Dragons stronghold. 5 "Attack of the Purple Dragons" March 28, 2009 S07E14 The Turtles face off with Hun and the Purple Dragons, believing them to be responsible for the mutant dinosaurs. It is revealed, however, that Baxter Stockman is the true culprit. 6 "Face-Off with the Foot" April 4, 2009 S07E14 After Hun tells the Turtles that Khan and the Foot Clan are behind the mutant attacks, the Turtles don new metal armor and forge new weapons before storming their hideout. 7 "Rivals Take Arms" April 11, 2009 S07E14 Using their new armor and weapons, the Turtles battle with Khan and the Foot Clan. 8 "Dread Returns" April 18, 2009 S07E14 The Foot Clan backs off as a mutant T-rex enters the scene, grabbing Leo into its jaws. 9 "In Pursuit of Danger" April 25, 2009 S07E14 The Turtles chase after the mutant T-rex in the Hauler, but once Leo is freed, the Turtles find themselves facing an entire group of mutant dinosaurs. 10 "The Scourge Revealed" May 2, 2009 S07E14 Using the Hauler, the Turtles take out as many of the mutant dinosaurs as they can, which causes the underground railway tunnel they are fighting in to collapse. Immediately after, they receive a message from Stockman. 11 "Rendezvous with Evil" May 9, 2009 S07E14 The Turtles locate Stockman in their helicopter, but are struck out of the air by the mutant dinosaurs. The Turtles respond by donning their Mech Wrecker suits and engaging the mutant dinosaurs in battle. 12 "Stockman Strikes" May 16, 2009 S07E14 As the Turtles battle with Stockman and the mutant dinosaurs, Don discovers that the dinosaurs are being controlled by a radio tower. 13 "Fate of the Deranged Dinos" May 23, 2009 S07E14 Don destroys the radio tower with his mech suit, and the dinosaurs become docile. With that, the Turtles leave the island.
No Title Writer Director Released 001 "Turtles Forever" Roy Burdine and Lloyd Goldfine Rob David, Matthew Drdek, and Lloyd Goldfine November 21, 2009 When the turtles of the 1987 animated series are accidentally brought to the world of the 2003 series, the old turtles must ally with the new to prevent Ch'rell, the Utrom Shredder, whose evil plan threatens the existence of the very multiverse itself.
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