History Radar / TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003

15th Sep '17 1:32:27 PM redspiderlily
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* In "Fallen Angel", Angel gives the Turtles clothes to wear in order for them to sneak into the Purple Dragons' hideout. While Leo and Raph were fighting two Purple Dragon members in the ring, Leo has trouble moving around due to his clothes and wonders why do humans even wear clothes since he and his brothers[[AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal wear nothing but ninja accessories and armor]], considering the fact that their shells make it appear they're wearing clothing but in reality, they're technically naked.

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* In "Fallen Angel", Angel gives the Turtles clothes to wear in order for them to sneak into the Purple Dragons' hideout. While Leo and Raph were fighting two Purple Dragon members in the ring, Leo has trouble moving around due to his clothes and wonders why do humans even wear clothes since he and his brothers[[AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal brothers [[AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal wear nothing but ninja accessories and armor]], considering the fact that their shells make it appear they're wearing clothing but in reality, they're technically naked.
15th Sep '17 1:31:51 PM redspiderlily
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* In "Fallen Angel", Angel gives the Turtles clothes to wear in order for them to sneak into the Purple Dragons' hideout. While Leo and Raph were fighting two Purple Dragon members in the ring, Leo has trouble moving around due to his clothes and wonders why do humans even wear clothes since he and his brothers seldom wear nothing but ninja accessories and armor, considering the fact that their shells make it appear they're wearing clothing but in reality, they're technically naked.

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* In "Fallen Angel", Angel gives the Turtles clothes to wear in order for them to sneak into the Purple Dragons' hideout. While Leo and Raph were fighting two Purple Dragon members in the ring, Leo has trouble moving around due to his clothes and wonders why do humans even wear clothes since he and his brothers seldom brothers[[AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal wear nothing but ninja accessories and armor, armor]], considering the fact that their shells make it appear they're wearing clothing but in reality, they're technically naked.
15th Sep '17 1:29:08 PM redspiderlily
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* In "Fallen Angel", Angel gives the Turtles clothes to wear in order for them to sneak into the Purple Dragons' hideout. While Leo and Raph were fighting two Purple Dragon members in the ring, Leo has trouble moving around because of the clothes and wonders why do humans wear clothes since he and his brothers seldom wear proper clothing, considering the fact that their shells make it look like they're wearing clothing but in reality, they're technically naked.

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* In "Fallen Angel", Angel gives the Turtles clothes to wear in order for them to sneak into the Purple Dragons' hideout. While Leo and Raph were fighting two Purple Dragon members in the ring, Leo has trouble moving around because of the due to his clothes and wonders why do humans even wear clothes since he and his brothers seldom wear proper clothing, nothing but ninja accessories and armor, considering the fact that their shells make it look like appear they're wearing clothing but in reality, they're technically naked.
7th Jul '17 12:15:05 PM redspiderlily
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* In "Fallen Angel", Angel gives the Turtles clothes to wear in order for them to sneak into the Purple Dragons' hideout. While Leo and Raph were fighting two Purple Dragon members in the ring, Leo has trouble moving around because of the clothes and wonders why do humans wear clothes since he and his brothers seldom wear proper clothing, considering the fact that their shells and plastrons make it look like they're wearing clothing but in reality, they're technically naked.

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* In "Fallen Angel", Angel gives the Turtles clothes to wear in order for them to sneak into the Purple Dragons' hideout. While Leo and Raph were fighting two Purple Dragon members in the ring, Leo has trouble moving around because of the clothes and wonders why do humans wear clothes since he and his brothers seldom wear proper clothing, considering the fact that their shells and plastrons make it look like they're wearing clothing but in reality, they're technically naked.
7th Jul '17 12:14:19 PM redspiderlily
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* "Zixxth Sense" has Raphael threatening Zixx, "I'm gonna kick yer miserable keister from here to Uranus!" Probably unintentional, [[UranusIsShowing but...]]

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* "Zixxth Sense" has Raphael threatening Zixx, "I'm gonna kick yer miserable keister from here to Uranus!" Probably unintentional, [[UranusIsShowing but...]]]]
*In "Fallen Angel", Angel gives the Turtles clothes to wear in order for them to sneak into the Purple Dragons' hideout. While Leo and Raph were fighting two Purple Dragon members in the ring, Leo has trouble moving around because of the clothes and wonders why do humans wear clothes since he and his brothers seldom wear proper clothing, considering the fact that their shells and plastrons make it look like they're wearing clothing but in reality, they're technically naked.
-->'''Leo''': "Geez, I can barely move in this stuff. What is the deal with humans and clothes?"
-->'''Raph''': "Ya ever seen a human in his skivvies? Trust me, it ain't a pretty sight."
1st Apr '17 2:00:59 PM lilpurplebird
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* "Zixxth Sense" has Raphael threatening Zixx, "I'm gonna kick yer miserable keister from here to Uranus!" Probably unintentional, [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/UranusIsShowing but...]]

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* "Zixxth Sense" has Raphael threatening Zixx, "I'm gonna kick yer miserable keister from here to Uranus!" Probably unintentional, [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/UranusIsShowing [[UranusIsShowing but...]]
1st Apr '17 1:58:55 PM lilpurplebird
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* "Zixxth Sense" has Raphael threatening Zixxth, "I'm gonna kick yer miserable keister from here to Uranus!" Probably unintentional, [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/UranusIsShowing but...]]

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* "Zixxth Sense" has Raphael threatening Zixxth, Zixx, "I'm gonna kick yer miserable keister from here to Uranus!" Probably unintentional, [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/UranusIsShowing but...]]
1st Apr '17 1:57:07 PM lilpurplebird
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* In "Playtime's Over", Constable Biggles says "Well I'll be boffed!" in response to seeing a Phantom ship. Boffed can be used as slang for sex, which makes this effectively a hidden PrecisionFStrike.

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* In "Playtime's Over", Constable Biggles says "Well I'll be boffed!" in response to seeing a Phantom ship. Boffed can be used as slang for sex, which makes this effectively a hidden PrecisionFStrike.PrecisionFStrike.
* "Zixxth Sense" has Raphael threatening Zixxth, "I'm gonna kick yer miserable keister from here to Uranus!" Probably unintentional, [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/UranusIsShowing but...]]
25th Feb '17 10:25:04 PM lilpurplebird
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* In the season 4 episode "Insane in the Membrane" Baxter Stockman finally clones a new body for himself only to discover that the process is imperfect after ''his body starts to rot and his fingers fall off on screen''. They never aired it on tv, but it still counts as GettingCrapPastTheRadar since they included it on the box set without warning.

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* In the season 4 episode "Insane in the Membrane" Baxter Stockman finally clones a new body for himself only to discover that the process is imperfect after ''his body starts to rot and his fingers fall off on screen''. Then later, April kicks him in the face, and the damage done is ''literally'' jaw-dropping. They never aired it on tv, but it still counts as GettingCrapPastTheRadar since they included it on the box set without warning.
3rd Dec '16 8:26:54 PM TLhikan
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* In the season three episode Bishop's Gambit, the turtles narrowly avoid being executed by Bishop's men thanks to Leatherhead sneaking up behind the mooks in full [[TheBerserker berserker]] mode. The screen cuts to black- and all we hear is screaming, Leatherhead's roar, guns clattering to the ground, and [[GoryDiscretionShot tearing sounds]]. Later in the episode, there's another, less blatant scene strongly hinting that Leatherhead ripped the EPF soldiers into pieces.
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