History WesternAnimation / TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987

6th Apr '18 6:11:30 PM Rextor
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* RecycledTitle: The first appearance of the Neutrinos was in the Season 1 episode "Hot Rodding Teenagers from Dimension X". Their next appearance was in the Season 2 episode that was simply titled "Teenagers from Dimension X".
28th Mar '18 5:23:32 AM CaptainTedium
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* KarmaHoudini: By the Red Sky seasons, many villains who long evaded punishment for their crimes ended up getting their just deserts.

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* KarmaHoudini: KarmaHoudiniWarranty: By the Red Sky seasons, many villains who long evaded punishment for their crimes ended up getting their just deserts.
28th Mar '18 5:23:02 AM CaptainTedium
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* KarmaHoudini: By the Red Sky seasons, many villains who long evaded punishment for their crimes ended up getting their just deserts.
** The Turtles finally capture the Rat King in "Wrath of the Rat King", when most of his previous appearances ended with him avoiding capture after his plans were thwarted.
** "Turtle Trek" has Shredder and Krang get their comeuppance by ending up stranded in Dimension X with the Technodrome irreparably damaged.
** Lord Dregg starts off as a VillainWithGoodPublicity who uses propaganda against the Turtles, but the 10th and final season has April O'Neil succeed in exposing his deception and the final episode "Divide and Conquer" ends with him apparently killed.
23rd Mar '18 9:42:02 AM cgjxgfrsyh
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* AbortedArc:
** Season 8 set up several possibly new enemies and allies for the Turtles -- all of whom were promptly forgotten about in the following season in favor of Dregg and Carter. It also ended with the implication that members of H.A.V.O.C. were still on the loose and that April would do something important in the far future, things that were never brought up again in Seasons 9 and 10.

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* AbortedArc:
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AbortedArc: Season 8 set up several possibly new enemies and allies for the Turtles -- all of whom were promptly forgotten about in the following season in favor of Dregg and Carter. Carter.
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It also ended with the implication that members of H.A.V.O.C. were still on the loose and that April would do something important in the far future, things that were never brought up again in Seasons 9 and 10.
23rd Mar '18 4:19:49 AM SeptimusHeap
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* AbortedArc: Season 8 set up several possibly new enemies and allies for the Turtles -- all of whom were promptly forgotten about in the following season in favor of Dregg and Carter.
** It also ended with the implication that members of H.A.V.O.C. were still on the loose and that April would do something important in the far future, things that were never brought up again in Seasons 9 and 10.

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Season 8 set up several possibly new enemies and allies for the Turtles -- all of whom were promptly forgotten about in the following season in favor of Dregg and Carter.
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Carter. It also ended with the implication that members of H.A.V.O.C. were still on the loose and that April would do something important in the far future, things that were never brought up again in Seasons 9 and 10.
18th Mar '18 4:24:50 PM rhfjsjyfikhju
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18th Mar '18 4:10:48 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* DamselInDistress: April O'Neil, to the point where Shredder once lampshades this by admitting that, [[GenreSavvy when he can't come up with a decent plan, he just defaults to kidnapping her]].

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* DamselInDistress: April O'Neil, to the point where Shredder once lampshades this by admitting that, [[GenreSavvy when he can't come up with a decent plan, he just defaults to kidnapping her]].her.
17th Mar '18 3:21:34 PM MasterJoseph
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* NotSoWellIntentionedExtremist: In the episode "Dirk Savage: Mutant Hunter", A.J. Howard hires the eponymous mutant hunter to capture mutants, claiming them to be a menace to society with no regard to them being good or evil. However, not only is Howard a mutant himself, he plans to build an army of brainwashed mutants in hopes of mutating and controlling the entire human race, this leads to Don and Raph stopping a vengeful Rahzar from killing Dirk in order to convince him to turn against Howard.
7th Mar '18 5:30:41 PM BHRTYGHJRYEJWR
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7th Mar '18 3:50:34 PM nombretomado
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* {{Animesque}}: The first season had a very obvious anime influence -- unusually though, it was for reasons of practicality rather than artistic preferences. The show's original character designer, Ira Turek came up with a load of character designs which were butt ugly and nearly impossible to animate well, resulting in him being fired. He was replaced at the last minute by [[WesternAnimation/AeonFlux Peter Chung]], who redesigned the primary characters to have a more Anime-inspired look in order to ensure that the ToeiAnimation team would be able to work with them. The following seasons largely ditched the animesque character designs.

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* {{Animesque}}: The first season had a very obvious anime influence -- unusually though, it was for reasons of practicality rather than artistic preferences. The show's original character designer, Ira Turek came up with a load of character designs which were butt ugly and nearly impossible to animate well, resulting in him being fired. He was replaced at the last minute by [[WesternAnimation/AeonFlux Peter Chung]], who redesigned the primary characters to have a more Anime-inspired look in order to ensure that the ToeiAnimation Creator/ToeiAnimation team would be able to work with them. The following seasons largely ditched the animesque character designs.
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