History Heartwarming / TeenTitans

10th May '16 1:31:13 PM AntMan
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** Keep in mind it's heavily implied in "Go!" that the last time he saw Batman they'd had a falling out and were no longer on speaking terms. Yet he still considers Batman like a father to him.
11th Mar '16 12:24:43 PM DaScarecrow
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** What no mention of the "date" on the Ferris Wheel that begins the episode? It's little more than Robin explaining to Starfire how festival's go but it's just ''so'' sweet. Try not to melt when Robin is amazed by the fireworks and Starfire opines that "Earth is full of amazing things" while looking at Robin with ''glistening eyes''.
8th Feb '16 3:07:53 PM ladyofthelibrary
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* The end of "Lightspeed": As random as it might have been, the writers manage to make a lot of Kid Flash and Jinx's interactions pretty cute, starting from how when he first takes the Hive Five by surprise during a museum robbery, KF pulls pranks on all of the other Hive Five except Jinx, whom he gives a red rose. After Jinx's [[spoiler:HighHeelFaceTurn]], she has a rather unsure expression, but she stops in her tracks and finds another rose. After briefly spotting Kid Flash overlooking her and dashing away, Jinx walks ahead with a sweet smile.

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* The end of "Lightspeed": As random as it might have been, the writers manage to make a lot of Kid Flash and Jinx's interactions pretty cute, starting from how when he first takes the Hive Five by surprise during a museum robbery, KF pulls pranks on all of the other Hive Five except Jinx, whom he gives a red rose. After Jinx's [[spoiler:HighHeelFaceTurn]], [[spoiler: HighHeelFaceTurn]], she has a rather unsure expression, but she stops in her tracks and finds another rose. After briefly spotting Kid Flash overlooking her and dashing away, Jinx walks ahead with a sweet smile.smile.
** His line about why he's bothering with her is also touching.
--> There's something about you that's different. [[YouAreBetterThanYouThinkYouAre I think you can do better.]]



** Timmy putting his blankie over Raven when she was knocked unconcious briefly. A blanket that Raven repaired with a stapler, mind you.

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** Timmy putting his blankie over Raven when she was knocked unconcious unconscious briefly. A blanket that Raven repaired with a stapler, mind you.
25th Jan '16 7:48:16 PM KamenRiderKrypton
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** Despite going through a bit of a psychotic episode, Beast Boy's only concern after turning into The Beast is to protect Raven from harm. When he transforms again near the end of the episode, he apparently cannot recognize the other Titans, yet still rushes to her side, apparently to protect her from what he thinks is a threat. This even carries over to part one of The End, which is the only other time he turns into The Beast(which is sort of implied to be his most powerful form). Once again, his only motivation is to protect Raven.

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** Despite going through a bit of a psychotic episode, Beast Boy's only concern after turning into The Beast is to protect Raven from harm. When he transforms again near the end of the episode, he apparently cannot recognize the other Titans, yet still rushes to her side, apparently to protect her from what he thinks is a threat. This even carries over to part one of The End, which is the only other time he turns into The Beast(which Beast (which is sort of implied to be his most powerful form). Once again, his only motivation is to protect Raven.
5th Dec '15 11:23:38 PM gabe02
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** Notably, Raven, normally the quintessential [[TheStoic stoic]] and DeadpanSnarker, has a clearly angry tone of voice near the end of the episode when Val-Yor tries to give Star a [[YouAreACreditToYourRace backhanded, condescending "compliment."]]

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** Notably, **Notably, Raven, normally the quintessential [[TheStoic stoic]] and DeadpanSnarker, has a clearly angry tone of voice near the end of the episode when Val-Yor tries to give Star a [[YouAreACreditToYourRace backhanded, condescending "compliment."]]
5th Dec '15 11:23:36 PM gabe02
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**Notably, Raven, normally the quintessential [[TheStoic stoic]] and DeadpanSnarker, has a clearly angry tone of voice near the end of the episode when Val-Yor tries to give Star a [[YouAreACreditToYourRace backhanded, condescending "compliment."]]
10th Nov '15 8:45:41 AM Jayalaw
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--> '''Robin:''' "No one is taking her away."

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--> '''Robin:''' '''[[{{Determinator}} Robin]]:''' "No one is taking her away.""
* Cyborg talking to the kid with the prosthetic hand in "The Sum of His Parts" twice. In the first encounter, Cyborg is depressed because he has to run to the Tower to recharge and miss a fun day barbecuing, and he doesn't seem to realize how excited the kid is at seeing his hero, or how excited the kid gets when Cyborg runs off to "kick butt". The second time, when the kid brings his friend to meet Cyborg, Cyborg not only tells the kids that it's what inside that matters that makes them NotSoDifferent rather than the prosthetic, [[FriendToAllChildren but also plays football with them]]! That kid probably had the best day of his life, playing with his "hero" and being told YouAreBetterThanYouThinkYouAre.
** On a meta example, show writer David Slack said that he got a similar message from a mom whose kid had a similar prosthetic, and was "like Cyborg." Representation matters!
* Also, [[WellIntentionedExtremist Fixit]] [[HeelRealization realizing]] that he has forgotten the ''good'' parts about being human, like being able to feel emotions, and hang out with your friends, after viewing Cyborg's [[ChekhovsGun memories of the lovely morning]]. He decides that he, not Cyborg, is in need of repairs. [[EasilyForgiven Cyborg says he'll help]], and offers his hand. Fixit [[WhenHeSmiles smiles]] and [[DefeatMeansFriendship takes it.]]



* Cyborg talking to the kid with the prosthetic hand in "The Sum of His Parts"
25th Sep '15 4:26:41 PM nombretomado
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* [[http://fyeahdickgrayson.tumblr.com/post/1162619032/awyeahtitans-and-here-is-a-bittersweet-shot-of This scene]], where the original five Titans Dick Grayson ({{Nightwing}}), [[WonderWoman Donna Troy]], Garth ([[Comicbook/{{Aquaman}} Tempest]]), Roy Harper ([[GreenArrow Arsenal]]) and Wally West (TheFlash III) run across statues of them from way back when they were teenagers as Robin, Wonder Girl, Aqualad, Speedy, and Kid Flash. They comment that even though their lives have taken so many twists and turns since the '60s that it's a miracle they're all alive, they are still together, still friends, and still Titans.

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* [[http://fyeahdickgrayson.tumblr.com/post/1162619032/awyeahtitans-and-here-is-a-bittersweet-shot-of This scene]], where the original five Titans Dick Grayson ({{Nightwing}}), (ComicBook/{{Nightwing}}), [[WonderWoman Donna Troy]], Garth ([[Comicbook/{{Aquaman}} Tempest]]), Roy Harper ([[GreenArrow ([[ComicBook/GreenArrow Arsenal]]) and Wally West (TheFlash III) run across statues of them from way back when they were teenagers as Robin, Wonder Girl, Aqualad, Speedy, and Kid Flash. They comment that even though their lives have taken so many twists and turns since the '60s that it's a miracle they're all alive, they are still together, still friends, and still Titans.
29th Jul '15 8:31:34 AM DesertDragon
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* Robin's reaction in ''Torq'' when he finds out what Val Yor has actually been calling Starfire this entire time: no explosion, no yelling, just a cold, deadly ''"What?"'' The tone of his voice says he's about a second away from ''murdering'' the guy.

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* Robin's The team rallying around Starfire in "Troq" when they learn Val-Yor, the alien superhero they had befriended, is [[FantasticRacism horribly racist against Tamaranians]], and the alien word he calls her is actually a FantasticSlur. Fittingly, it's Cyborg who first notices that she isn't getting along with Val-Yor and they discuss the nature of prejudice and racial slurs. The show doesn't directly mention the fact that he's African-American--instead he says he knows prejudice due to being half-robot--but the implication is obvious. And when they tell Robin about it, his reaction in ''Torq'' when he finds out what Val Yor has actually been calling Starfire this entire time: is priceless: no explosion, no yelling, just a cold, deadly ''"What?"'' The tone of his voice says he's about a second away from ''murdering'' the guy. At the end of the episode, the Titans clearly no longer idolize Val-Yor and tell him to kick rocks when he's unrepentant in his racism despite Starfire saving his life. She then explains to them that she values the words of her friends far more than she hopes some bigot changes his mind.
8th May '15 4:22:07 PM BobTanaka
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* While Robin's actions in ''Masks'' are the reverse of heartwarming, the fact that he did it all because he was worried about Starfire certainly is.
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