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* AccidentalInnuendo:
** In "Artful Dodgers":
-->'''Starfire:''' Perhaps this is the year you will let Raven and I participate in the dodging of balls!
** And again when Robin puts a time limit on the other Titans' use of the bathroom in "Serious Business":
-->'''Robin:''' Remember, five minutes! '''I WILL BE WATCHING.'''
* AlasPoorScrappy: Despite Robin having a huge amount of hate, there are many who feel his punishment at times is a bit excessive and feel sorry for him.
* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation:
** Is Silkie really as oblivious as he seems? Or was his perfect stealth take-down of what seems to be an entire criminal cartel the result of a keen strategic mind motivated by the love of a woman?
** What about Robin? Does he really want to be a good hero, looking for what's best in the city? Or a murderous psychopath who only beats villains for fame glory? Also, is he over-controlling of his team because he's tired of being Batman's sidekick and he's afraid that someone on his team will take over (because they have powers)?
** Raven. After watching "Dreams", does she really want to kill her friends? Or is she a tortured soul SurroundedByIdiots? Trigon implied that Raven actually used to be evil, but she later [[HeelFaceTurn grew out of it]].
** Starfire. Why does [[NiceGirl she]] participate in [[TookALevelInJerkass mean-spirited activities]] that her friends do? Is it because she doesn't know any better? Or she's tired of her friends picking on her because she's nice?
** Cyborg. Who was meant to be only guardian of Tower, and the only young adult member of group. Consider how he acts more like a [[ManChild teenager]] when he's around his friend Beast Boy, while also considering his origins about him being unwanted as he's a cyborg who's vengeful towards his father who was mechanical engineer. All these factors leave him as a borderline [[PsychopathicManchild psychopathic Man-teenager]] who uses entertainment as an excuse to explain his somewhat childish or teen personality and block his traumatic memories out his database.
** The Titans in general. Are they really heroes? Or are they just really power-hungry jerks?
* {{Anvilicious}}: In "Vegetables": Eat a balanced diet! [[spoiler: Or you will either turn into an overweight meat eater or a vegetarian zombie.]]
* AudienceAlienatingPremise: The show is a spin off of the original that is meant to cater to a younger audience. While it has garnered a large fanbase and consistently pulls in high ratings, it has also alienated most fans of the original show who were expecting a more true revival of the series rather than a purely BlackComedy sitcom as well as fans who feel this show is a ReplacementScrappy for ''Young Justice''. It doesn't help that some of the episodes seemingly [[TakeThatAudience take shots at fans of both the original series and those of Young Justice]].
* AuthorsSavingThrow:
** "Mouth Hole" appears to be a response to complaints about both Robin's BadassDecay and the [[spoiler:former]] ShipSinking of Robin/Starfire.
** "Real Boy Adventures" appears to be a response to complaints about Cyborg's BadassDecay, and the controversy "Tower Power" stirred up where he enjoyed his loss of humanity.
** Most prominently of all, "Let's Get Serious" is a response to the numerous complaints that the series is too childish, where Aqualad from ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' calls Robin out for all of the silliness in the series.
* AwesomeMusic:
** Robin sings the old Teen Titans theme in "Tower Power".
** In "Artful Dodgers", there's Raven and Starfire's dodgeball duet to the tune of the Titans theme song.
** Beast Boy sings "Fade Away" by Creator/GregCipes in "Be Mine".
** "Pain, All I Know is Pain."
** Cyborg, Beast Boy, and Star's "Uncle Jokes" song.
** Much of the background music is pretty sweet too.
** The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=33I5zKr6HDw Real Boy song]].
* BadassDecay: Comes with the below. Most if not all the characters are, for comic book fans anyway, criminally incompetent.
** Robin gets hit with this the hardest. In the original series, he was able to formulate a strategy to take down all of his teammates. Here? He was shown to be the weakest member of the team since he has no powers.
** Believe it or not, [[spoiler: Batman]]. The show's dialogue does try to make him out to be the intimidating {{badass}} that everybody knows and loves, but when he's actually seen, he's reduced to being nothing more than an unconcerned bystander who chuckles like [[WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants Squidward]].
** Cyborg. "Ghost Boy" features a normal mountain lion mauling him to death. In the original series, and indeed several ''Go!'' episodes that aren't "Ghost Boy", he could withstand and rather handily beat up some of Beast Boy's stronger animal forms (e.g. in a fairly large, carnivorous dinosaur form, the BB clone Trigon created wasn't able to even scratch Cyborg's armor).
** In the episode "In and Out", Mammoth, of all people, suffers this. Previous episodes established him as TheJuggernaut, but this episode turns him into a weeping ButtMonkey who gets beaten up by Robin.
* BaseBreaker:
** Beast Boy has been received differently across the fanbase. Some loved how as the PluckyComicRelief he has become even more hilarious. While others don't take well [[TookALevelInJerkass how much of a jerk he has become]], and doesn't even care that he got the entire team killed with his pranks in "Ghost Boy".
* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: When Cyborg and Beast Boy went after Pink Raven. Nothing really indicated that she could [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext effectively make everything into a sugar bowl like land]].
* BileFascination: There are some viewers that hate the show but still watch it anyway.
* BrokenBase:
** More due to the fact that it's not the revival that fans were hoping for. This is especially true concerning the switch to more of a comedic focus.
** There's also the matter of it [[ReplacementScrappy taking over]] the ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' timeslot of WesternAnimation/DCNation. And by January 2015, the show is pretty much one of the very few shows that get constant reruns on the network, making people compare it to how Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} had replaced much of their animated shows with reruns of ''[[WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants SpongeBob SquarePants]]''.
** The humor itself which is way different from what was seen in the ''New Teen Titans'' shorts. Especially as a few of the plots turn toward BlackComedy. As well as lack of interaction with the rest of TT heroes and villains (they get cameos at best).
** Fans of ''WesternAnimation/BewareTheBatman'' fell into this, accusing this show of "stealing" ''Beware''[='s=] spotlight by virtue of being [[AdoredByTheNetwork hyped up more and being given alternate timeslots]] as opposed to ''Beware''[='s=] Saturday morning only slot and nearly bare-bones ad campaign.[[note]]For a long while, after both shows premiered, the only adverts for ''Beware the Batman'' consisted of the "Professor Pyg's nursery rhyme"-like one that usually noted a new episode, while ''Teen Titans Go!'' had plenty of ads and was given at least two marathon airings despite still being relatively new at the time.[[/note]] This sentiment increased when ''Beware'' had been pulled for more repeats of ''Go!'', although [[NetworkToTheRescue Toonami]] later picked ''Beware'' up to finish airing its only season.
** Mostly concerning fans of the original series; some genuinely love the current series and consider it a decent and funny followup in its own right; others, however, feel it completely misses the point of the original and has taken too many liberties with the characterizations, animation, and overall tone. A small legion of fans have gone so far as to continue to vie for Season 6 of the original series.
* ComedyGhetto: The focus on comedy has turned off plenty of fans from the original series.
* ContestedSequel: If you hadn't already gathered this from the BrokenBase part of the article.
* CriticalResearchFailure: The superheroes and villains from Bizarro World (or Htrae) have names that are a combination of their respected Earth counterpart and Bizarro (Batman becomes Batzarro, Wonder Woman becomes Bizarra, etc.). The episode that touches this concept, "Robin Backwards", just reverses the names (Robin becomes Nibor, Cyborg becomes Grobyc, etc.).
* CrossesTheLineTwice: The second half of "Ghost Boy".
* DarknessInducedAudienceApathy: Since the show's main source of humor relies on how horrible the team is to each other, this was to be expected. The Titans are shallow, selfish, borderline psychopathic jackasses whose behavior is so deplorable that even the ''actual villains'' on the show have called them out on their actions. Some fans have even resorted to rooting for the villains than the Titans themselves. It eventually got so bad that it [[http://villains.wikia.com/wiki/Robin_%28Teen_Titans_Go!%29 landed]] [[http://villains.wikia.com/wiki/Raven_%28Teen_Titans_Go!%29 all]] [[http://villains.wikia.com/wiki/Cyborg_%28Teen_Titans_Go!%29 five]] [[http://villains.wikia.com/wiki/Beast_Boy_%28Teen_Titans_Go!%29 of]] [[http://villains.wikia.com/wiki/Starfire_%28Teen_Titans_Go!%29 them]] on the Villains Wiki. To many fans, especially those of the original show, they aren't [[UnsympatheticComedyProtagonist Unsympathetic Comedy Protagonists]], they're just flat out unlikable.
* DesignatedHero:
** The Titans themselves in "Artful Dodgers". Long story short: [[spoiler: [[UnfortunateImplications the boys constantly bench the girls, insisting that they'd make better cheerleaders]], implied that they won the last dodgeball tournament by beating on scared little kids. When the Titans finally meet their match in the form of the H.I.V.E., they decide to ''cheat'' by using their powers. Despite this, they still lose [[SoreLoser which causes Robin to call the cops and get the H.I.V.E. arrested]], making the Titans win by default.]] [[WhatTheHellHero They're even called out on this behavior by Jinx]], and the audience booing the Titans at the end throws a [[LampshadeHanging lampshade on this.]]
** The Titans in general, with the possible exception of Starfire, come off as selfish psychopaths that ultimately do more harm than good to the city. Justified as the show usually exploits this for BlackComedy. This is even lampshaded in the episode "Serious Business" when Robin says that the Titans spend 3% of their time actually fighting crime.
** Aqualad is depicted as one as well. Instead of being FriendToAllLivingThings, he treats his sea creatures like slaves.
** There are cases where Beast Boy and Cyborg are ''[[UpToEleven especially bad]]'', such as in "Staring at the Future".
* DieForOurShip:
** Terra for Beast Boy/Raven (big time).
** As well as the alternative, Raven for Beast Boy/Terra.
* DudeNotFunny:
** A fair few episodes have gotten this response:
*** "Ghost Boy" as a whole. [[spoiler:Beast Boy treating Starfire like a slave is PlayedForLaughs and Beast Boy pranking everybody ultimately leads to all of them accidentally ''killing themselves''. The episode does not resolve the issue when [[GainaxEnding the oddity of the ending]] is lampshaded.]]
*** "Tower Power" has [[spoiler:Cyborg [[CyberneticsEatYourSoul becoming power mad]] after being uploaded to the Tower's systems and turning the other Titans into appliances to prevent them from turning him back to his old self. Fans that read the ''Go!'' comics, [[WhatDoTheyFearEpisode particularly the final issue]], probably don't find this to be all that funny given that Cyborg's worst fear is the thought of him losing his humanity]]. Then there's the even more disturbing ending where Cyborg appears to have [[BodyHorror decapitated his friends and attached their heads to household appliances]].
*** "Man Person" after Beast Boy gets a scar which everyone tells him is cool, he proceeds to repeatedly injure himself causing his limbs to be dismembered, to the point where he is just a [[BrainInAJar head in a tank]], on top of a cybernetic body.
*** "Salty Codgers" was very disturbing to many, as Raven intentionally let her friends be turned old, because she loved old people, which then leads to their deaths. It then gets even more unsettling when she pulls a BatmanGambit on Death, who took revenge by resurrecting the Titans as zombies, who Raven [[FreakyIsCool loves even more]].
*** "Boys vs. Girls" was very poorly received by many fans. Robin, Cyborg, and Beast Boy are depicted as completely sexist assholes to Raven and Starfire and after being humiliated in a contest by them, Robin gives the girls actual cooties and will only undo them if the girls admit that boys are better than girls. Even though the episode intentionally mocks the entire idea of boys and girls being at odds with each other, its execution still makes it easily offensive to both genders.
*** "Smile Bones" which might just be the most hated episode of all-time. It features Beast Boy and Cyborg being [[TookALevelInJerkass even bigger assholes]] than usual, and starving their friends to the point where they become malnourished. All of the Titans are revealed to have false teeth. But most prominently of all, [[WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs further signs of the writers engaging in substance abuse]] are revealed, when Beast Boy and Cyborg's bellies swell up to tremendous proportions, before sprouting arms and legs and taking on lives of their own. The bellies then engage in cannibalism and consume vast portions of the city, and after defeating the bellies they shrink down to normal size, with all the excess mass (from the buildings the bellies ate) disappearing into nowhere.
** For some, the fact the Titans TookALevelInJerkass and have become decidedly less noble and heroic, ''especially'' in "Artful Dodgers" and "Staring at the Future" (the former for having the team [[WhatTheHellHero blatantly]] cheat in a sporting event, the latter for having Cyborg and Beast Boy [[{{Jerkass}} take their jerkiness]] UpToEleven and acting like giant {{Man Child}}ren [[spoiler:when they ruin their friends' and the world's future because they didn't like responsibility and found their friends' pleasant, responsible lives to be boring]]).
** The little background gag of an urn labeled "Robin II" with a crowbar next to it for some.[[note]]Jason Todd, the second Robin, was killed in the comics via an explosion after the Joker nearly beat him to death with a crowbar. Because of this, a number of his fans feel the background gag was in poor taste.[[/note]]
*** Similarly, during one part of Death's "Soul Collector" song in the episode "Salty Codgers", there are graves for Jason Todd, Boston Brand,[[note]]Deadman.[[/note]] and Thomas and Martha Wayne.[[note]]Bruce Wayne's parents.[[/note]] Some felt that the joke was downright insulting.
** A lot of fans feel that the cracks made about Beast Boy's intelligence aren't funny due the fact that he never actually made it to high school, let alone through middle school, due to his [[DarkAndTroubledPast massive]] and [[UpToEleven excessive]] TraumaCongaLine that he went through in the comics. Not only that but he was implied to not have been well-schooled in the original series indicating he had the same past as he did in the comics. Basically, both the comic fans and the original cartoon fans feel the jokes to be in bad taste and a disrespect to the character.
** To some, [[http://knowyourmeme.com/photos/738809-ruined-childhood this]] FreezeFrameBonus, which in addition to having a gratuitous potshot at fans that prefer [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitans the original series]], also unsubtly delivers piss takes at both ''Young Justice'' and ''WesternAnimation/GreenLanternTheAnimatedSeries'', all of which are CultClassic[=s=]. The comments on the image seem to drive the point home.
** A lot of fans were ''very'' upset at [[SeriousBusiness the use of redubbed footage]] from the original series in both "Dreams" and especially "The Mask".
** The fact that Mr. Freeze's disembodied head is in the batcave in "Sidekick" irked some fans.
** In "Body Adventure", Robin being caught hiding in Starfire's room after he used a shrink ray on himself is [[UnfortunateImplications more]] [[ThePeepingTom disturbing]] than funny.
---> '''Robin:''' I could anywhere, at any time, and you would ''[[ParanoiaFuel never know]]''. Anyway.....just pretend I'm not here. *stares while creepy music plays*
* EarWorm: It's become quickly apparent that the Titans (mostly Beast Boy, Cyborg, and Robin) love to sing. Almost all of their songs will naturally become this:
** The theme song: "T-E-E-N T-I-T-A-N-S! TEEN TI-TANS! LET'S GO!"
** Cyborg and Beast Boy's pie song.
** "Cuz I'm a genius! Yes I'm a genius! I am a genie in the bottle, I'm a genie-us!"
** [[http://youtu.be/KHSGmJOzBlk "Tofu, tofu. Gonna eat me some tofu!"]]
** Robin's morning song.
** The girls singing a variation of the original main theme in "Artful Dodgers".
** Both Beast Boy's and Cyborg's songs about burritos and burgers, respectively.
** The "You Were Wrong" dance: "So wrong, so wrong, Raven was so wrong."
** "Waffles! Waffles! Waf-fles!!!"
** [[AutoTune "Don't tell them Uncle Jokes no mooooooooore!"]]
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TmS6no7fmr8 "Once they took their last breath, I'm the soul collector, baby! I'm death!"]]
* EightDeadlyWords: The most common complaint against the series from the hate it side of LoveItOrHateIt. Much of the humor is CringeComedy that relies on the characters acting like [[{{Jerkass}} huge jerkasses]] to one another, to the point that ''Teen Titans Go!'' has drawn comparisons to ''Series/ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphia'', of all things. This is such a drastic change from the [[TrueCompanions original series]], that it has turned several viewers off.
* EnsembleDarkhorse:
** Raven's emoticlones. Especially Passion/Purple, for the BB/Raven fans, as well as Pink.
** [[MsFanservice Lady Legasus]] has been getting plenty of fan art as well.
** Blackfire had fanart ''before'' her debut.
** Birdarang is well-liked for his square-ish demeanor and goofy voice.
** Slade, who has yet to make an official appearance.
* EvilIsCool: [[spoiler:The episode "In and Out" is all about this. The Titans can't bring themselves to destroy the H.I.V.E.'s tower because it's just too cool.]]
* EvilIsSexy:
** In "Starfire the Terrible", Starfire when she turns into a villain. ''Somewhat''.
** Jinx is this as well. Cyborg ''definitely'' thinks this.
** Blackfire. Just listen to her voice.
** Terra as well.
* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: The episode "Knowledge" comes off as anti-intellectual, with its belief that the smarter you are, the more unlikable you are. Considering that [[TheScrappy many people find the resident idiots, Cyborg and Beast Boy, really unlikable]], the aesop doesn't hold much water.
* FandomRivalry:
** ''Teen Titans Go!''[='=]s AdoredByTheNetwork status has resulted in a massive rivalry between the ''Go!'' fandom and the rest of the DC Nation fans.
** With the demise of DC Nation, this has carried over to other shows on Creator/CartoonNetwork. This is especially true concerning ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' and ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow''.
* FanPreferredCouple:
** Rob/Rae due to BB/T shippers wanting to pair Raven with someone else, in order to let their OTP flourish.
** Starfire and Beast Boy due to [[DependingOnTheWriter usually]] acting much more like their original selves when they're around each other. "Starliar" is what solidified it for some fans due their genuinely cute interactions. "Uncle Jokes" also tends to get a lot of love from the BB/Star shippers, while "The Date" also teased this.
*** What's more is that there are barely any ShippingWars surrounding it due to people finding this Robin too much of a creep and both the BB/Rae and BB/T ships focusing on bashing each other than anything else.
* {{Fanon}}: A rather large portion of the fanbase has decided that this series is just a bunch of weird dreams from original series Beast Boy. Those who have this as their head canon have admitted that they have more fun watching the show than other people probably do.
* FoeYay: This bit between Terra and Raven.
--> '''Raven:''' What's an attractive (''sniffs'' Terra) decent-smelling girl like you doing with Beast Boy?
* FunnyAneurysmMoment: "Tower Power". See the DudeNotFunny section for the explanation.
* GrowingTheBeard:
** "Colors of Raven" for some.
** Some consider Season 2 to be an improvement over the first, unless they thought [[SeasonalRot it got even worse]] or didn't change at all.
* HamAndCheese: Watching the now [[LargeHam over the top Cyborg]] [[ChewingTheScenery chew the scenery]] almost makes the show fun to watch.
* {{Hatedom}}::
** Some fans of the ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' series get annoyed at the cavalier goofing at the earlier show's expense.
** In addition, ''Teen Titans Go!'' inherited the slot of ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'', many of whose fans have taken out their anger over ''YJ''[='=]s cancellation at its very different successor. To be fair, the ''TTG'' creators haven't always been above [[TakeThat (hilariously) tweaking this group]].
* HellIsThatNoise: The music speeding up when the Titans are about to cross the five minute mark in the bathroom in "Serious Business". Justified, as said time limit is a ''bomb''.
* HilariousInHindsight: Several years ago, a fan wrote a ''Teen Titans'' fanfic about the gang watching ''Film/{{Enchanted}}'' and comparing themselves to the characters from the film. Starfire, of course, is compared to ditzy PrincessClassic Giselle. Fast forward to the episode "Laundry Day", in which Starfire makes a beautiful dress out of scratch, something Giselle did in the movie.
* HoYay:
** In "Double Trouble," the numerous duplicates of Beast Boy and Cyborg take over Titans Tower, and one group of them are seen playing a game of SpinTheBottle. Take from that what you will.
** For some fans, the very fact that Beast boy and Cyborg are close friends, is [[ShippingGoggles enough of a reason to ship them together.]]
** In "You're Fired", Cyborg is shown to be the only one who's actually upset about Beast Boy being fired, is shown crying over a picture of him at the "Hero Audition" and it's even implied that he might have had something to do with Beast Boy trying to sneak back in.
** In "Power Moves", Robin is obsessed with merging with Cyborg and even merges against his will.
** For LesYay, they have Starfire licking Raven behind her ears, but it could also count as {{Squick}}.
** Also, Starfire ''kissed'' Raven in at the end of "Caramel Apples". Granted, it wasn't in a romantic way, but it still counts.
* JerkassWoobie:
** Raven. Just watch that last scene in "Be Mine". Also, being the OnlySaneWoman in a cast full of clowns.
** Robin can be this too, the circus animals would often abuse him as a baby and sometimes his team would treat him like a joke. In addition, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WxkMBRlqayc Starfire doesn't seem to have any romantic feelings towards Robin]], despite his attempts to win her affection. It was even revealed in "Sandwich Thief" that Starfire [[ShipSinking doesn't love Robin, could not even learn to love him, and didn't tell him so as not to hurt his feelings]]. If it weren't for that lie detector, she would've purposely lied to him. Robin may be a huge jerk at times, but one has to give him a hug for [[DidNotGetTheGirl not hooking up with Starfire]].
** What about the H.I.V.E.? After seeing how they won fair and square in "Artful Dodgers" then they get their trophy taken away and arrested. Also, some can't help feel bad for Mammoth in "In and Out".
** Blackfire maliciously frames her sister Starfire for her own crimes and gets her thrown in jail. The "Woobie" section comes in when it occurs to Blackfire that Starfire is the only one who unconditionally loved her and makes a sincere attempt to become a good sister, only for her previous jerkass actions to bite her in the form of Starfire escaping from prison and giving her a severe beatdown.
** Even [[{{Satan}} Trigon]] is this. He's trying to be a good father, but does have a way with his anger.
* LikeYouWouldReallyDoIt: In "Pie Bros", it looks like Robin, Starfire and Raven have been baked into pies and Cyborg and Beast Boy are eating them. It turns out they escaped and only their hair and clothes were in the pies. [[spoiler:Then again, "Ghost Boy" had the entire cast killed and turned into ghosts, so death is obviously not out of the question (when [[RuleOfFunny comedically appropriate]]).]]
* LoveItOrHateIt: The consensus among fans of the 2003 series. The show seems to have no ambitions beyond taking the most drastic {{Flanderization}}s they could find of all the characters, locking them in a building together, and [[DysfunctionJunction watching the sparks fly]] -- obviously this can be [[AudienceAlienatingPremise a pretty alienating concept]].
* MemeticMolester: Robin in "Power Moves". He spends most of the episode ''inside'' Cyborg and forcing him to come up with off-the-wall [[CombinationAttack power moves]].
* MemeticMutation:
** ''All'' of the songs.
** Fresh!
** Law of the jungle, baby!
** Beast Boy dancing as cat with a boom box.
** LAST TUESDAY!
** MEATBALL PARTY!!!
** Waffles waffles waffles!
** [[CrackShip Aquaman/Starfire]] FOREVER!
** Portraying Raven and Robin as bronies is starting to become a thing for fan fiction writers.
** Oddly enough, the ShipTease between Raven and Beast Boy has become an in joke with some circles of the fandom.
** Robin's lack of sleep in "Nose Mouth" is partially because he saw the [[Series/DoctorWho Silence]].
** Fans occasionally, and [[JustForFun jokingly]] compare the show to the various {{dork age}}s of the comics. The most often being the New52 variant of the Titans. There's rarely ever a clear “winner.”
* MemeticSexGoddess: As of "Legs", Raven is ''definitely'' this, especially as "Lady Legasus".
* {{Misblamed}}:
** A lot of fans have blamed this show for getting ''Young Justice'' cancelled. [[http://epicaistar.tumblr.com/post/77929808658/made-that-for-the-halifax-ttg-crew-last-year This pic]] made by Copernicus Studios, an animation company in Halifax that does some of the animation for ''Teen Titans Go!'', didn't help.
*** Ironically, this show came about because ''New Teen Titans'' got good reactions from the audience.
* {{Moe}}:
** Starfire, of course. Her FishOutOfWater status is played up for all its worth in this show, particularly in episodes like "Parasite". She's especially adorable autotuned ("Uncle Jokes").
** Raven when she got a toothache after Cyborg fed her a cybernetic meatball.
*** As a matter of fact, Raven has a lot of [[WhenSheSmiles Moe]] [[PuppyDogEyes moments]] herself. Even her TwentiesBobHaircut makes her look cute when it's seen.
*** Her cuteness is really expressed in "Pirates". This episode has her [[LuminescentBlush blushing]] and smiling a lot and she gets a cute fishbone [[HairDecorations hair dec]] from Aqualad.
*** ''Baby Hands'' gives us a look at Raven's original-original comic outfit; combining it with an eager-to-please attitude [[http://teen-titans-go.wikia.com/wiki/Baby_Hands?file=Raven%2527s_original_costume.png makes her absolutely adorable.]]
** Cyborg and Beast Boy as babies. Cyborg had daddy issues and Beast Boy was apparently abandoned at a zoo.
** Baby Robin. Those mean circus animals kept stealing his stuff.
** Blackfire too.
** Silkie. The creators dialed up his cuteness, save for a few gross moments.
* MoodWhiplash: In a meta-sense. The very first airing of the first episode caused this reaction in the fans of the original ''Teen Titans'' series. What fans thought would be the long awaited return of their favorite show upon seeing the intro quickly find out that the show couldn't be any more different to what they were expecting, for [[AffectionateParody better]] or [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks worse]].
* MostWonderfulSound: Starfire's singing at the end of "Breakfast Cheese".
* NoSuchThingAsBadPublicity: Despite the sheer hate this show has gotten, the [[http://comicbook.com/2015/02/25/michael-jelenic-on-teen-titans-gos-young-justice-crossover-and-i/ ratings are still climbing]], ironically ''because'' of said vitriol.
* OlderThanTheyThink:
** Terra's [[spoiler:hatred for]] Beast Boy had been around since the original comics. Of course, since this show is mainly adapted from the 2003 TV series, it isn't hard to see why some fans are taken aback by the change.
** However, [[spoiler:"Be Mine" has given Terra back some of her 2003 qualities, what with her actually falling for BB whereas the original comics version hated him from start to finish.]]
** The show's famous, BaseBreaker "[=BBRae=]" ship, between Beast Boy and Raven, actually dates all the way back to the comics, and isn't something ''Teen Titans Go!'' made up. Even though it wasn't explored in the original ''Teen Titans'' series.
* RootingForTheEmpire: Given how stupid, selfish, and unsympathetic the Titans are, it's not hard to root for the villains to try and kill them.
* TheScrappy:
** Cyborg in this incarnation. His deeper, more nuanced characterization from the 2003 series is completely nonexistent. Alongside his best buddy Beast Boy, he is nothing more than a stupid, wild party guy, or mentally backward teenager who only cares about himself.
** This version of Robin is one as well, going from being an actual strong leader to a whiny, arrogant, [[ItsAllAboutMe egotist]] who never stops obsessing how he's the "Lone Wolf Leader", and actually values getting glory over doing heroic deeds.
** Heck, depending on the episode, the entire team can be considered this. They all made it to the Villain Wiki after all.
* ShipToShipCombat:
** Most of ''Teen Titans Go!''[='=]s older fandom comes from fans of the 2003 cartoon; as a result, as of both "Terra-ized" and "Matched," the fandom has revived the Ship to Ship Combat between BB/Rae and BB/Terra shippers.
** It got worse with "Be Mine", when [[spoiler: Terra comes around to BB's feelings.]]
** Zigzagged with "Staring at the Future". Fans of "Go!" didn't mind that [[spoiler:Robin hooks up, and has a baby, with Batgirl]], but many fans of the original series found it insulting.
* SnarkBait: Find a fan of the comics or [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitans original show]] and ask them what they think about it.
* SoOkayItsAverage: The opinion of most viewers.
* {{Squick}}:
** The pies made out of people. The Titans even ate some.
** If you know what "owl pellets" were, Beast Boy puking it into Cyborg's cereal as a prank in "Ghost Boy" is this in spades.
** Muscley Robin. Especially when he flexes his buttcheeks.
** The entirety of the "Parasite" episode. "Parry" is just [[ScreamingAtSquick nasty]].
** It's bad enough that it was on the floor beforehand, but Cyborg eating a moldy 30 year old pizza in "Staring at the Future" was pretty gross.
** Beast Boy agonizingly pushing a banana into his head through his ear in "Brain Food".
** Robin regurgitating ping pong balls nonstop at the end of "Real Magic."
** In "Serious Business", you can't tell what's worse: the fact that Starfire uses the toilet to make chili, or that the Titans now know this [[WhatAnIdiot and still eat it.]]
** In "Smile Bones", the image of the Titans' bloated stomachs, particular Starfire's, who has ''nine'' stomachs, has been getting this reaction; as has the image of Cyborg and Beast Boy's bellies ''coming to life''.
* SpringtimeForHitler: There are an unusually large amount of plots seemingly written with the intention of annoying the fanbase of the original series.
* StrawmanHasAPoint: Done on both sides of an arguments about powers in "Super Robin". Robin correctly points that their powers make the job of crime fighting much easier as shown when they fought the H.I.V.E. However, Raven, Cyborg, and Beast Boy points out that their powers [[BlessedWithSuck come at a high price]].
* SuspiciouslySimilarSong: The rap song that Robin was jamming to in "Driver's Ed" is basically an instrumental version of "Stuntin' Like My Daddy".
* TaintedByThePreview: Fans complained about it just from seeing the previews. The show itself only made it worse.
* TakeThatScrappy:
** For those who hate this incarnation of Robin, anytime he gets punished for his actions is quite satisfying. [[AlasPoorScrappy Unless you find it a tad excessive.]]
** If you're not fond of Cyborg and Beast Boy, seeing them getting repeatedly pummeled in "Caramel Apples" might be cathartic to watch. At least, [[IgnoredEpiphany until]] [[KarmaHoudini the]] [[EtTuBrute ending.]] Similarly, seeing Brother Blood torture them with his Pain Bot in "Waffles" might have you [[RootingForTheEmpire rooting for him]], though the ending where Beast Boy's body has been skeletonized [[AlasPoorScrappy might be a tad bit excessive]].
** "Let's Get Serious" has Aqualad from ''Young Justice'' tear into Robin for having a team full of clowns that are a disgrace to real crime fighters. Not that [[StatusQuoIsGod anything changes]], which the episode itself lampshades and in fact makes a joke of.
* TastesLikeDiabetes: Raven's happy facet is so sickeningly sweet, she'll make you go into diabetic shock. When she gets loose in "Colors of Raven", she goes around making everything a SugarBowl.
* TheyChangedItNowItSucks:
** As one can tell from the previous tropes, this show has gotten quite a bit of this reaction. Before the show actually aired, even.
** It {{replac|ementScrappy}}ing ''Young Justice'' in DC Nation didn't help.
** Some fans hated ''Young Justice'' for not being like the early 2000s ''Teen Titans''. Now some people hate this show for not being like ''Young Justice''.
** Back in the day, some fans hated the ''Teen Titans'' series for not being like the ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'' comics or any of the Timm/Diniverse toons. Now, some fans hate ''Teen Titans Go!'' for not being like the ''Teen Titans'' series.
** Some have complained about how Raven's hair was changed from [[http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m5b5sp3FBu1rseq48o1_1280.jpg her earlier unhooded design]].
** There's also the fact that this series isn't the same as the ''New Teen Titans'' shorts that aired during Cartoon Network's Saturday morning DC Nation block. Said shorts were based more on the original show than ''Go!'' is, had a different style of comedy, and overall didn't make the Titans into [[UpToEleven extreme]] caricatures of themselves. The changes in style that ''Go!'' has is so significant that fans feel incensed that they didn't get the expanded version of the ''New Teen Titans'' shorts they were expecting to get.
* TheyCopiedItNowItSucks:
** A common criticism against the show is that it apes the comedy of other shows on Cartoon Network like ''Regular Show'' and ''WesternAnimation/UncleGrandpa''.
** At its worst, many fans even compare it to ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' in its later seasons.[[note]]In that it's plagued with lazy characterization, unfunny jokes, and abrupt nonsensical endings. Not the "it's filled with heavy-handed morals and one of the characters is an AuthorAvatar of the creator."[[/note]]
* TheyJustDidntCare: Many fans feel that way after the creators of the show said in an interview that they barely watched the original ''Teen Titans'' show.
** However, they later clarified it was a joke.
* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot:
** "Sidekick" has trouble brewing in Gotham. Instead of it being a Batman villain, it's the HIVE again, who appear often enough in Jump City as it is.
** "In and Out" toyed with the idea of the heroes [[MythologyGag dressing up as their evil counterparts]] to infiltrate the H.I.V.E. tower. So, we get Robin as Red X and Cyborg as Stone. Beast Boy even comes in with an even bigger throwback of the '80s comics with a nostalgic costume.[[note]]Which is fair enough since he doesn't really have an evil counterpart.[[/note]] So, this is where we get to see Blackfire, or at least Starfire's villainous self from a previous episode, and [[SuperpoweredEvilSide Red Raven]] costumes, right? [[spoiler: Wrong. What we get is the girls dressing up as RummageSaleReject villains.]] Even if we overlook all of that, the cool premise of seeing Red X again seems to be wasted by Robin making him look like an unstable jackass from the start, instead of the unflappable stoic badass he was always portrayed as.
** The B plot of "I See You" has a very interesting premise, where Raven is trying to [[RedRightHand hide a potentially devastating secret]], and Cyborg and Beast Boy are tailing her to find out just what the secret is after being told that they were terrible at stakeouts. It is something that could have been dramatically built up across several episodes, thus giving the show a genuine GrowingTheBeard moment and even a ContinuityNod of the [[spoiler:Trigon Arc from the original show.]] Instead, Raven quickly solves her problem by the episode's end. Despite nearly being killed, and not realizing the gravity of the situation happening right in front of them [[spoiler: even after they are accidentally banished to an alternate dimension]], Cyborg and Beast Boy celebrate when they believe that Raven's big secret was that she had a crush on the latter.
* UnfortunateImplications: [[http://leesydreamy.deviantart.com/art/another-top-10-worst-cartoon-episodes-60-51-515528494 It has been noted]] that "Hot Garbage" sends the message that it's ok to embrace hoarding, which is a serious psychological issue for many people today.
* VocalMinority: While the {{Hatedom}} is quite large, the show consistently pulls in high ratings and has a massive fanbase. The main difference between the two groups is that the hatedom is made up almost entirely of the PeripheryDemographic, while the most of the fanbase is made up of the intended target audience of kids 8 to 14.
* WhatAnIdiot:
** From "In and Out". Want to get rid of a few freeloaders? Blow up your own base! What makes this worse is that both Gizmo and Robin come up with this idea, with equally disastrous results. Lampshaded somewhat when Jinx is rather disapproving of the idea.
** It seems that Robin learned absolutely nothing from "In and Out", and installed a bomb in the Titans' bathroom that goes off in five minutes in "Serious Business". The first time it happens, it nearly sets the whole place on fire and sends the other Titans into a panic.
** In "Real Magic", Robin ''[[AvertedTrope almost]]'' drowns himself in an attempt to do a magic trick.
* WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs:
** The episode "Serious Business". Particularly the ending, where it turns out bathrooms are an alien species that moved to Earth.
** "Smile Bones", where a crack at morbid obesity leads to extreme [[BalloonBelly Balloon Bellies]], which sprout limbs, faces, and gain lives of their own.
* TheWoobie:
** Gray Raven in "Colors of Raven". She's in a constant state of helpless fear, has [[VomitIndiscretionShot frequent vomiting fits]] out of sheer nervousness, and her last act before Robin and Starfire sneakily send her back into the prism is to silently weep to herself in the city park.
** Starfire. Even when she was younger, her sister would often act jerkish to her and she would only forgive her at the end. In "Starfire the Terrible", she gets mocked for being nice when trying to be a villain.
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