History Headscratchers / TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012

24th Apr '16 11:37:12 AM MetalMichelangelo
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** As it turns out, it wasn't the Kraang who built the BHG, but rather [[spoiler: Professor Honeycutt]] and it was designed to only be destroyed by a combination of dark matter and fusion.
18th Apr '16 4:55:58 PM MetalMichelangelo
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* Why do Triceritons where space helmets with holes for their horns? You can either breathe in space or you can't!

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* Why do Triceritons where space helmets with holes for their horns? You can either breathe in space or you can't!can't!
* Chompy's adoption doesn't sit well with me. First off, he's an alien species they know nothing about and since his parent Tokka was a giant fire breathing monster, how are they supposed to keep him under control or at least in secrecy when he grows up?
5th Apr '16 9:31:12 AM SeanRenaud
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** For what it's worth, Bradford's primary inspiration, Creator/ChuckNorris, hasn't really aged noticeably since [[{{TheEighties}} The 80s]] either.

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** For what it's worth, Bradford's primary inspiration, Creator/ChuckNorris, hasn't really aged noticeably since [[{{TheEighties}} The 80s]] either.either.
* Why do Triceritons where space helmets with holes for their horns? You can either breathe in space or you can't!
28th Mar '16 8:36:39 AM HumanTorch2
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** For what it's worth, Bradford's primary inspiration, Creator/ChuckNorris, hasn't really aged noticeably since The80s either.

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** For what it's worth, Bradford's primary inspiration, Creator/ChuckNorris, hasn't really aged noticeably since The80s [[{{TheEighties}} The 80s]] either.
18th Mar '16 12:44:26 PM HumanTorch2
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** The animators probably just didn't want to update Bradford's character model for that one scene, so let's just say he's aged well.

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** The animators probably just didn't want to update Bradford's character model for that one scene, so let's just say he's aged well.well.
** For what it's worth, Bradford's primary inspiration, Creator/ChuckNorris, hasn't really aged noticeably since The80s either.
13th Mar '16 12:34:34 PM SeanRenaud
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** We'll see come the end of the season but it's probably a case of the heroes clutching the IdiotBall. Either that or space technology is far and away greater than they have even hinted at it being since even if throwing it into a star didn't actually destroy the BHG it wouldn't matter unless someone out there has the necessary technology to get it back out of the star.
13th Mar '16 10:13:58 AM MetalMichelangelo
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** ''The Cosmic Ocean'' reveals that the generator can't be destroyed, so taking it apart was the next best thing.
8th Feb '16 1:47:33 PM Wanderer
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* In season four, the new cartoon Mikey gets into is an 80's show revolving around Chris Bradford. Bradford even appears in "live-action" segments, looking no different than his human self did before mutating in the present. That would mean Bradford would have to at least be in his fifties in the present, yet his human form looked just the same as it did back then. How is that possible?

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* In season four, the new cartoon Mikey gets into is an 80's show revolving around Chris Bradford. Bradford even appears in "live-action" segments, looking no different than his human self did before mutating in the present. That would mean Bradford would have to at least be in his fifties in the present, yet his human form looked just the same as it did back then. How is that possible?possible?
** The animators probably just didn't want to update Bradford's character model for that one scene, so let's just say he's aged well.
8th Feb '16 6:17:05 AM Bluecatcinema
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* In "The Arena of Carnage" the turtles get one part of the black hole generator. Than they state their goal to find the next part. Why? If they just destroy the part they have (throwing it into a star or something like that) the whole thing would be useless for the Triceratons anyway.

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* In "The Arena of Carnage" the turtles get one part of the black hole generator. Than they state their goal to find the next part. Why? If they just destroy the part they have (throwing it into a star or something like that) the whole thing would be useless for the Triceratons anyway.anyway.
* In season four, the new cartoon Mikey gets into is an 80's show revolving around Chris Bradford. Bradford even appears in "live-action" segments, looking no different than his human self did before mutating in the present. That would mean Bradford would have to at least be in his fifties in the present, yet his human form looked just the same as it did back then. How is that possible?
31st Jan '16 6:22:02 AM Capetraeger
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** When they moved back into the lair after the invasion, they were under the impression that they had defeated the Kraang for good, so assumed it wouldn't matter. It wasn't until late Season 3 that the clan had any reason to think the Kraang were still a threat to them.

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** When they moved back into the lair after the invasion, they were under the impression that they had defeated the Kraang for good, so assumed it wouldn't matter. It wasn't until late Season 3 that the clan had any reason to think the Kraang were still a threat to them.them.
* In "The Arena of Carnage" the turtles get one part of the black hole generator. Than they state their goal to find the next part. Why? If they just destroy the part they have (throwing it into a star or something like that) the whole thing would be useless for the Triceratons anyway.
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