Recap: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2003 S 4 E 6 Grudge Match
Kluh, Mikey's opponent form the Battle Nexus Tournament, is back and wants revenge for being humiliated and defeated in the final. While the Daimyo grants a rematch, Kluh and his father Ammag are not satisfied with the rules of the Battle Nexus, and turn the fight into a battle to the death...
This episode provides examples of
- Call It Karma: Mikey's been boasting about his Battle Nexus Championship for so long that his brothers and even Master Splinter are fed up with him. In addition, he believes he doesn't have to train because he's the champion. So when Kluh is granted a rematch and Mikey suddenly finds himself needing to train for the battle, Raph, Don and even Splinter enjoy the change in situation, and Splinter remarks that it is 'karma' for his behavior.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass / Hidden Depths: Michelangelo proves that when he pushed and/or focusing, he can be a very competent fighter.
- Duel to the Death: The Levram warriors change the rematch into a battle to the death, much to everyone else's dismay
- No One Could Survive That: When Leonardo reappears after being cornered by multiple Levram warriors, Ammag exclaims that "No one could defeat three Levram warriors! Impossible!" Obviously, Leo did.
- Not So Above It All: Splinter joins in when Don and Raph jokingly refuse to help Mikey train
- Shout-Out Theme Naming/ Sdrawkcab Name: Kluh and Ammag from the planet Levram
- Sore Loser: Although Kluh has a point about only losing on a technicality, it eventually becomes clear that he doesn't really give a damn about the Battle Nexus Championship or its rules.
- Unexplained Recovery: The Battle Nexus Gyoji gots sucked into the vortex created by the Daimyo's warstaff in "The Big Brawl, Part 4", but is seen alive and well in this episode, with no explanation as to how he recovered.