They're back! ...Er, somewhat. And they're totally going to save the world! ...Or something.
Teen Titans Go! is an animated television series based on DC Comics, part of the DC Nation programming block on Cartoon Network. It is not a sequel to the 2003 Teen Titans show, but instead based on and spun off from the New Teen Titans bumper shorts.This Two Shorts format series revolves around the Teen Titans and their comedic misadventures as they engage in superheroics, mill about Jump City, or hang out around the tower. The main cast reprises their respective roles as the characters from the original series. Think of it as something along the lines of Rock Lee's Springtime of Youth, an alternate and more silly take on the series. It is also clearly aimed at a younger audience.It premiered on April 23, 2013 and, along with Beware the Batman, replaces Young Justice and Green Lantern: The Animated Series on the DC Nation block, though new episodes are shown during the week as well. As of June 11, the show has been picked up for a second season.If you're looking for the comic book series based on the 2003 TV series with the same name (not to be confused with the comic adaption of this comedy series), Go Here.
Achievements in Ignorance: Starfire somehow managed to create a ball gown by dumping milk and glue over a piece of fabric, sawing at it, then baking the whole thing in the oven. It should be noted that she was trying to sew. And she thought the gown was hideous, even though it appeared to be quite presentable.
All Men Are Perverts: Robin tells the other Titans that they're going to build a senior center...but immediately changes his mind to build a pool once Starfire says she wishes she had a reason to wear a bikini.
He even wanted to kiss Purple Raven one time when the Ravens escaped into the city, claiming that it was the "only way" to stop her.
Animation Bump: In "Super Robin", Beast Boy's transformation into a T. Rex is more detailed and fluid than normal. If paused at the right moment, he can be seen halfway through his transformation as a human/dinosaur hybrid.
The fight scene between Raven and Terra in "Terra-ized" looks noticeably better than most given action scenes in the series. This also applies to the Humongous Mecha fights in "Burger Vs. Burrito" and "The Left Leg."
Beast Boy does it in "Terra-ized" when he thinks he's about to kiss Terra.
Robin does it in "Colors of Raven" when he is about to kiss Passionate Raven at her kissing booth. Starfire interrupts.
Arch-Enemy: "Starfire the Terrible" focuses on Starfire becoming Robin's archenemy after the other Titans tell him he can't be the world's greatest superhero without one.
Why doesn't anyone want to kill me!?
Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: In the quest for the legendary sandwich, Beast Boy, Cyborg, and Starfire are sent to the far ends of the Earth (and the latter into space), while Robin is sent to... the supermarket.
When they find a comic book in "Books", the art shifts to show Starfire, Robin, Cyborg, and Beast Boy as they are in the original Teen Titans comic.
Ascended Extra: Silkie, Starfire's pet grub who first appeared in "Can I Keep Him?" in the original series appears and even stars in a few episodes.
Asskicking Equals Authority: In "Gorilla", Beast Boy defeats Robin and declares himself team leader. To become leader again, Robin has to beat him.
Badass Adorable: It may be mostly attributed to the art-style, but all the characters seem to be this.
Special mention goes to Starfire during the episode "Starfire the Terrible": she successfully blows up the moon, has a fully functioning secret lair in the Titans' back yard complete with laser defenses, legions of deathbots, and a piranha tank despite her control panel (and everything else) being made completely out of cardboard, tape, and crayons, and manages to defeat the other Titans before Robin sucker punches her with a motorcycle. All while giggling and having very little idea about how to be an imposing, scary villain no matter how hard she tries.
Bait and Switch: When Robin flashes back to the moment that made him unable to relax, he arrives at the circus, where... the animals kept stealing his stuff.
He actually lampshades this.
The couch: All because a monkey took your diaper.
Robin: Not the reason I was expecting.
Banana Peel: Used liberally in "Gorilla", where Beast Boy throws them at Robin as a Running Gag. Raven somehow slips on one while levitating.
Batman Stays Out of Jump City: In "Girls Night Out", Starfire, Raven, and Jinx hijack some bumper cars and soon has the entire city's police force chasing after them. They drive past Batman and Commissioner Gordon, who are parked in a police car in an alley, just laughing to themselves and having a good time. The laughter stops when they see the high speed chase and asses the situation, but then they resume laughing.
Battle Interrupting Shout: In "Starliar", Starfire interupts the Titans' brawl by shouting "STOP!". Cyborg still takes the chance to bean Robin with his anvil-hand.
Beam-O-War: See-More vs. Raven in "Super Robin". See-More loses rather quickly.
Be Careful What You Wish For: After Trigon has convinced her friends that she's being unreasonable about Trigon's offer, Raven humors him to demonstrate just what he really intends to have her do to them.
In "Super Robin" Raven agrees to grant Robin superpowers, only to show him that such powers are in fact a curse. After solving all the worlds problems within three seconds of acquiring these powers, there's no longer a need for superheroes and all the titans are out of a job.
Behind the Black: In "Dog Hand", Raven doesn't notice Cyborg has a dog for a hand until he holds it up for the viewers to see.
"Be Quiet!" Nudge: In "Matched", Cyborg says that Robin convinced him to make his matchmaking program because he wanted to prove that he and Star were meant to be together. He says this in front of Starfire, so Robin nudges him.
Beast Boy and Cyborg get theirs pressed at the very end of "Hey, Pizza", when they see a senior get exactly what they've been trying to get for the whole episode: a free pizza. Let's just say "overreacting" is an understatement.
"Blind Idiot" Translation: The video game that Beast Boy is playing in "Driver's Ed" has "YOU ARE DIE" for a game over screen.
Bound and Gagged: Robin does this to Speedy in "The Date" to stop him from going out with Starfire. Subverted in that Speedy simply bites through the cloth gag and easily slips out of the ropes when he has the chance.
Brick Joke: Starfire warned Raven about random sky lasers in "Ghost Boy" after Raven got zapped. Guess what happens a few scenes later.
Throughout "Parasite", Robin keeps referring to "Perry" mutating into a giant spider alien that the Titans will fight at the end of the galaxy. Then at the end, it looks like Perry is a nice guy... but no, he mutates into a giant spider alien and the Titans get pulled with it through a portal to the end of the galaxy.
In "Gorilla." The episode starts off with the rest of the Titans annoyed by Robin's Control Freak ego and Beast Boy deals him a Break the Haughty, usurping Robin as leader and with Raven and Starfire quickly favoring Beast Boy. Robin later earns his position as leader back from Beast Boy by being the bigger "alpha male" and the Titans happily return under his leadership. So... what was learned, exactly?
In "Meatball Party," Cyborg learns that he shouldn't force Raven to try to do things she doesn't want to do (in this case, it was making her eat meatballs). But immediately after that, he blasts her with a massive meatball, all because he can't control himself. So...it's okay to force someone to do something whether or not they like it so long as you can't help it?
And then there's the ending to "Books"...
Cyborg: "Reading isn't just fundamental. It's dangerous."
Beast Boy: "We almost died because of books, Rave."
Raven: "I hope this doesn't do anything to diminish your love of reading."
Calling Your Attacks: Robin's depression over his staff getting broken affects his crimefighting, and introduces us to the "sad punch!" and "frowny kick!"
On CINDERBLOCK! He responds with "Actually Painful Fist".
Cyborg and Beast Boy call out attacks for their creations in "Burger vs Burrito".
Car Cushion: In "Super Robin", Gizmo lands this way after Cyborg knocks him out with a missile.
Cardboard Prison: The Juvenile Detention Facility is actually capable of holding Jinx, but Raven and Starfire can break in and out at will. Of course, Starfire and Raven were restrained in the same method as Jinx, even though they both possess powers that will work when they're restrained as such.
Car Fu: Robin has designated Monday "Motorcycle Monday", where the Titans can only fight villains on a motorcycle. Not that the fact that he's the only one who has a motorcycle has anything to do with that, no sir.
Beast Boy: I don't have to listen to you! Who made you leader anyway?
Robin: I did! It was my first action as leader!
Clingy Jealous Girl: Raven's accused of this towards Beast Boy in "Terra-ized", when all she was really doing was trying to out his new girlfriend, Terra, as a mole.
Starfire towards Robin in "Starfire the Terrible". She blows up the moon because of how much "Robin liked that moon" (accompanied by a sight gag of Robin making a kissy face at the moon with Starfire holding a bouquet dejectedly behind him).
In "Books" Cyborg opens a wall only to find one of Raven's eye-snakes slithering through it; exactly how it happened in "La Larva Amor". Lampshaded by Cyborg.
Cyborg: Man, I am having some serious déjà vu right now.
Cooking Duel: "Burger vs. Burrito", where Cyborg and Beast Boy compete over which of their favorite foods is better. It escalates pretty quickly, ending in a battle between a burger Humongous Mecha and a Kaiju burrito.
Covered in Gunge: The Titans get slimed after blowing up a slime monster in "Laundry Day".
Dancing Pants: In "Laundry Day", the Titans' outfits somehow became animated by the goo from the Monster of the Week they fought. They were actually animated by Raven, who cast a spell on the outfits to teach Robin a lesson in not weaseling out of laundry duty.
Dartboard of Hate: Looking closely at the posters in Robin's room in "The Date" shows that he has a poster of Two-Face and one of The Joker, both of which have several birdarangs sticking out of them.
Death from Above: Death by random sky laser is apparently a common problem on Starfire's homeworld. In "Ghost Boy", she and Raven are randomly struck down by sky lasers.
Denser And Wackier/Lighter and Softer: Than its most recent counterpart Young Justice and even the original Teen Titans animated series. There's much more focus on comedy than the action. It's so light and soft that the color palette for the show is primarily bright blue and pink, compared to the original show's dark blue, grey, purple, and black.
Divergent Character Evolution: The aspects of Raven's personality are given more individualization in "Colors of Raven" than they showed in the original "Nevermore". They each have their own eye color, a unique clasp for their cloak and more vocal differentiation from Tara Strong. They also have minor physical differences, such as angry Raven's pointy teeth and lazy Raven's dopey expression.
Dragged Off to Hell: Ed in "Driver's Ed" gets dragged into a portal by a shadowy demon Raven was trying to banish before Robin interrupted her earlier in the episode.
Dramatic Wind: Starfire's skirt has this, even when she is floating still in mid-air.
Dungeon Bypass: Robin creates an obstacle course in "No Power" to test the team, but he's the only one who runs it fairly. Cyborg and Beast Boy fly over, Raven teleports to the end, and Starfire blasts every obstacle while hovering through at a steady pace.
Emotion Eater: Both Raven and Trigon can draw strength from the nightmares of children.
Epic Fail: An odd variation has Starfire sewing using cloth, glue, a saw, and milk and placing it in an oven. The result is oddly an Expy of a Disney Princess dress. But Starfire's reaction is that it's hideous.
Starfire: "Maybe I didn't use enough milk."
Everything's Better with Monkeys: In "Gorilla", Beast Boy spends almost the entire episode as a gorilla. He even takes over as leader and orders the Titans to do ridiculous things like protect playgrounds from bullies.
Evil Laugh: Starfire tries coming up with one after becoming Robin's archnemesis. Her first attempt is her usual giggle. The second sounds slightly more sinister. The third is just her making a gurgling noise. She settles on the gurgle.
Okay..so even though this is simplified artwork, in "Books", during the Art Shift where the Titans are drawn like their comic counterparts, Starfire is wearing her Absolute Cleavage costume. Although she's only on screen for ten seconds.
Freudian Excuse: Robin learns that the reason why he's always so vigilant and can't relax is because when he was a baby, all the circus animals always took his food (and his diapers) when he wasn't looking.
Funny Background Event: In "Meatball Party", when the Titans take Raven to the dentist to get her tooth sealed, they don't notice the tooth demon attacking the dentist and his assistant due to the room being soundproofed. Eventually, the demon throws the dentist through the window.
In "Colors of Raven", when the Titans come home after failing to stop an alien robot, said robot can be seen in the background of the next scene destroying the city.
Hand or Object Underwear: In "Laundry Day", Starfire, Robin, and Beast Boy are conveniently holding Silkie, a clipboard, and a bowl of popcorn respectively when Raven snatches their clothes.
Hearing Voices: Happens to Robin in "The Date", complete with lampshading how crazy it is. The voice goes out with Starfire in the end.
Heel Face Door Slam: In "Caged Tiger", Dr. Light almost turns good after a day out with Raven and Starfire while the other Titans are trapped in an elevator, but moments before he can affirm it, they finally arrive and beat him to a pulp.
Hoist by His Own Petard: In "Dog Hand", Robin, Beast Boy and Cyborg use the gifts Trigon gave them to beat him. Likewise Raven uses her newfound power that was recently taught to her by him to send him back to his dimension. The only exception is Starfire who, with the power to speak (and act) like an Earth Teen, simply stands by and texts on her smartphone.
How Did That Get in There?: When Cyborg's body is being washed and he's reduced to a head with wires, he looks through his closet for an alternate body. When he comes across a rather feminine one, he sheepishly asks how it got in there.
I'm a Humanitarian: Cyborg and Beast Boy will eat any kind of pie. Any kind. Even pies obviously made from Starfire, Robin, and Raven, who were taken away by Mother Mae-Eye earlier in the scene. Immediately subverted in that the pies just ended up being made from their clothes and hair.
If "Terra-ized" is any indication, Star kept some of the street lingo skills.
Raven: There's something I don't like about her." Cyborg: I think I know what you don't like. Starfire: That she's all up in your man's grill, and you're all, 'Uh-uh, Boo Bear's mine.'"
Kavorka Man: Beast Boy. Raven points it out to make him this way when he was going out with Terra who was really using him to hack into the Titans' computer to destroy them. He is a slob,lazy,a Jerkass,and weird looking, but revealed in "Terra-zed" turns out that Raven is attracted to him
Raven was even about to marry Beast Boy at one point, until they found out that Cyborg's computer had a glitch.
Not to mention a flirty persona of Raven was all over him, until she left to start a kissing booth.
Raven: What's an attractive and *sniffs her* decent smelling girl doing with Beast Boy?//
Lost My Appetite: Raven says this after Beast Boy sticks his finger into her pie (don't misread that).
Love Makes You Crazy: Robin, regarding Starfire... At least, if the voice in his head is to be trusted.
Love Makes You Dumb: Beast Boy is so stricken by Terra that she can just bluntly ask him to sabotage the Tower and he'll gladly do so. In fact, she never even leads him on; when they first meet, she blatantly asks Beast Boy to give her all the Titans' secrets. Only Raven remains suspicious of Terra.
Meat-O-Vision: When Starfire gets distracted from feeding Silkie, he wanders around the tower looking for things to eat. He sees the plushies on Starfire's bed as meat.
Me's a Crowd: Cyborg and Beast Boy have found and used a one of Raven's spells to clone themselves. Needless to say the clones went out of control.
Morality Dial: Cyborg's dog hand in the titular episode has various mood settings.
Minor Injury Overreaction: Starfire classes her Close-Call Haircut in "Legendary Sandwich" as a greater personal injury than Cyborg losing a hand. However, Cyborg states that he's just gonna build another one and growing out a foot of hair would actually take longer.
Mirror Routine: When Beast Boy meets his magical double, they both test each other by shapeshifting into the same animal.
Mood Whiplash: "Super Robin" becomes very dark and somber halfway through. The Titans disband, Robin lives a boring normal life, and fast-forwards to him on his deathbed longing for his glory days. The episode cuts to black as we hear him flatlining.
Mundane Made Awesome: In "Girl's Night Out" Robin, Cyborg, and Beast Boy manage to make wearing hats and eating french fries exciting.
Mundane Utility: Raven is the biggest offender, but nearly the entire cast do this.
My God, What Have We Done?: Cyborg and Beast Boy when they come to their senses after blasting a pizza parlor with a laser satellite in "Hey, Pizza".
My Instincts Are Showing: In "You're Fired" at first Vixen wows everyone except Cyborg with her power to copy the traits of animals, but she blows it when the eagle in her makes her eat a worm.
In "Staring At The Future," Beast Boy and Cyborg go to the future and meet Robin - who isn't just Nightwing but married to Batgirl instead of Starfrie. In the comics, Starfire and Dick Grayson eventually break up and afterwards Barbara Gordon (the Batgirl who appears in the show) has been his primary love interest ever since.
Naked People Are Funny: In "Laundry Day", Raven snatches the Titans' clothes to clean them, leaving them in the nude.
Non Sequitur Causality: Apparently, the future caused by Cyborg and Beast Boy sharing their last slice of pizza is much worse than had Cyborg eaten it himself.
Not as You Know Them: Don't expect any of the semi-serious characters from the first TV series. Everyone here is on the goofy train. Raven in particular, who's more than willing to participate in a Milk-Mustache marathon, eventually wearing an epic wizard's beard, accompanied with a crystal staff.
Although, Trigon did appear... A much lighter version, though. In a pink sweater-vest even!
No Time to Explain: Used by Robin to trick the others into giving him rides at the start of "Driver's Ed".
Of Corpse He's Alive: In "La Larva Amor" Beast Boy tries this on Starfire with Silkie's moulted shell. It fails because he forgot Silkie can't talk.
Overly-Long Gag: In "Meatball Party," the horrible demonic tentacles living in Raven's cracked tooth begins Metronomic Man Mashing Beast Boy over and over and over and over again. Meanwhile, the rest of the Titans watch.
Overly Narrow Superlative: Starfire calls herself Raven's "best female friend within the Teen Titans", even though she's the only other female in the group.
Ow, My Body Part!: During a session of jumping jacks, Cyborg starts complaining that his gluteus maximus is hurting. Robin points out that he doesn't have glutes.
Pardon My Klingon: Starfire belts out a Tamaranian expletive in frustration after getting zapped by a random space laser, of which she warned Raven about in the first place in "Ghost Boy".
Pie Fool: In "Pie Bros", Beast Boy has to wear a ridiculous uniform while working at Mother Mae-Eye's restaurant. When Cyborg sees him, he can't stop laughing.
Please Put Some Clothes On: Gizmo was going to attack the tower in "Laundry Day", but upon seeing naked Robin, he decides to come back later.
Poke the Poodle: Starfire tries to prove her evilness in "Starfire the Terrible" by drinking milk from the carton—but can't go through with it.
Poor Communication Kills: Starfire thinks there's a Second Christmas when she overhears it from Beast Boy, but he was actually saying he's jealous that she gets to celebrate a "second Christmas" on Tamaran.
Potty Failure: In Caged Tiger, when the boys are trapped in the elevator, Beast Boy experiences a Potty Emergency. He tries to hold it. It doesn't work. Cue disgusted looks from Cyborg and Robin.
Robin: Oh wow. That just happened.
Preemptive "Shut Up": In "La Larva Amor" a woman gives Silkie one of these even though he can't talk.
Pro Bono Barter: After their attempts to make the Hey Pizza delivery guy late drain their wallets, Beast Boy ends up paying him with a pony ride.
Puff of Logic: In "Dude, Relax!" Robin puts a mild acid in Starfire's mud pack for a pain resistance exercise. She doesn't notice until he tells her.
Puppy-Dog Eyes: Starfire uses these to get Raven to go along with her plans in "Girl's Night Out".
Raven does it to Cyborg in "Meatball Party" to stop him from forcing her to enjoy meatballs. It only lasts 5 seconds.
In "Matched", this is ultimately how Beast Boy gets Raven to give him a chance after an episode of misguided wooing attempts.
Reading Is Cool Aesop: Played straight then subverted in "Books". It turns out reading is fundamental, addictive and dangerous.
In "Legendary Sandwich", Raven sends the Titans on a quest for the ultimate sandwich so she can have some alone time.
Scenery Censor: When Robin gets locked out of the tower while nude in "Laundry Day", his private parts are obscured by his legs or whatever is in the foreground, including a specifically placed swarm of bees. A similar gag happens with Beast Boy as he's playing video games in the buff.
Sealed Evil in a Can: When Raven cracks her tooth in "Meatball Party", it releases a demon that attacks whenever she opens her mouth.
The evil book that makes peoples' imaginations attack them in "Books".
Sequel Series: Sort of. It has every element of the previous series except for continuity, and minus any hint of seriousness, which would make it a cross between this and a rather direct Spiritual Successor.
Serial Escalation: The milk mustache competition that Robin, Beast Boy, Cyborg, and Raven all willingly take part in. Each one is more ridiculous than the last. One of Raven's mustaches flexes its own biceps, and later ends up with an epic wizard's beard, complete with a magical crystal staff. She at least has the excuse of magic powers.
Shaggy Dog Story: The whole quest for the legendary sandwich. The group manages to get the ingredients and make the sandwich but before anyone can try a bite, Silkie winds up eating it then vomiting it out.
Beast Boy: (in a flirtatious tone) So Rae-Rae, you gonna buy a new bathing suit too?
Raven: (In her regular attirenote Before anyone gets any ideas, since Raven's still fairly curvy even in this show's art style, she's completely cloaked in this scene, as she's usually depicted.) This is my bathing suit.
Happens again in "Terra-ized" where the oblivious Titans think Raven is jealous for trying to interfere between Beast Boy and Terra. Her smile at the end hints that they're half right.
Robin and Starfire get in on this, which has also been carried over from the other series. Only this time it's decidedly one-sided; a couple of the plots revolve more around Robin trying to show his affection for Starfire, who seems to be particularly oblivious to his actions this time around.
In "Colors of Raven", when Raven was broken into her five personality traits, a flirty persona of her was all over Beast Boy.
Shoot the Messenger: In "Second Christmas" Starfire doesn't leave Robin out of her rage-fueled beatdown on the other Titans once she finds out Second Christmas isn't real, even though he was the one who tried to tell her. He even points this out.
Shopping Cart Antics: While waiting to get pretzel bread, Robin has some fun riding a shopping cart.
Robin does this when the mouth worm he's eating screams at him in "Starliar".
Robin also does this when Terra's unexplained presence causes him to freak out. Of course, since he's not actually escaping anywhere, it doesn't help anything. He just stands there for a few seconds before mashing the panic button.
Robin once did a smoke in when he tried to bum a ride in "Drivers Ed".
Snap Back: The eps "Ghost Boy", "Super Robin", "Tower Power", "Parasite", and to an extent, "Gorilla"
Snipe Hunt: What Raven intended the search for the legendary sandwich ingredients to be, not believing it was real.
Somebody Doesn't Love Raymond: In "Starliar" Starfire is the only one to get an invite to the Titans East party because the rest were such party-killers the last time they were invited.
Spin-Off: Of the New Teen Titans shorts on DC Nation, itself spun off from the Teen Titans series.
Spit Take: Raven in "Dog Hand" when she finds the cup she's using is actually a transformed Beast Boy.
Take a Number: Robin goes through this to get pretzel bread in the supermarket. He's number 78, the number at the beginning was 22.
Take That: During Robin, Beast Boy and Cyborg's Boys' Night Out, they wonder what Raven and Starfire are up to and Beast Boy makes a remark that they are probably watching a movie about vampires kissing with them all laughing at them about it.
Robin dramatically smashes his way into the Titans' rooms to get them to give him a ride in "Driver's Ed".
In "Colors of Raven", Red Raven telekinetically pitches a bed through a window just before she and the other four Ravens make their escape from the tower... by teleporting out.
Starfire melts or bashes her way through walls in "No Power" because she considers using the door—which is literally right next to the hole she makes—too slow.
They Wasted a Perfectly Good Sandwich: In "Girl's Night Out" Starfire shocks Raven, making her drop her pop corn. Raven then makes more, but in her hurry to get her girl's night out started Starfire knocks the pop corn out of her hands before she can eat any.
Tickle Torture: Cyborg does this to Robin in "Gorilla" to toughen him up so he can take back his leadership from Beast Boy. Robin uses the same tactic in his match against Beast Boy to defeat him.
Took a Level in Dumbass/Took a Level in Jerkass: Depends on the episode, but overall everyone has taken more levels in these tropes compared to the original series. Most notable is Cyborgnote Who takes a level in dumbass in general in this series, though this is in full effect more often if he's with Beast Boy. One example involves him thinking that feeding a cybernetic meatball to people is a good idea. This leads into Raven getting a demonic toothache., Robinnote liberally takes a level in both, usually in tandem with his need of flaunting his "leadership" status and tendency to become an oblivious jerk. Such as anytimeStarfire is involved., and Beast Boynote Prone to being a dumbass more than a jerk, though it often was the other way around during the early episodes, mostly due to his laziness. An example of this is when he let an enemy blow up a planet because he prioritized coming up with an awesome animal form for the fight over helping his teammates..
Also notably, the girls of the team aren't as prone to this, though there are exceptions. Raven is almost always a jerk just because of her Deadpan Snarker ways and being the Only Sane Woman in a cast of clowns, but she rarely goes into the extent of jerkiness that Robin and Beast Boy have. Starfire's levels in dumbass are generally related to her Fish out of Water status and her jerk tendencies are so rare that the other Titans make fun of herfor lacking those qualities when she tries to be a villain for an episode.
Trick Arrow: In "The Date", Robin dressed as Speedy hits the real Speedy with a boxing glove arrow during a food fight.
Twist Ending: In "Double Trouble," the Titans are put in a bind when countless clones of Beast Boy and Cyborg overrun them. It seems like the episode is leading up to An Aesop about how "more is not always merrier," only to reveal that the Cyborg and Beast Boy with them are also clones. The real Cyborg and Beast Boy having been slacking off in seclusion for several months until this point.
Unrequited Love Switcheroo: Robin and Starfire (when compared to the original series). Robin is the one pining for Starfire this time around.
Unstoppable Mailman: Nothing will stop the Hey Pizza delivery guy from taking less than 30 minutes.
Visual Pun: In "Tower Power," Beast Boy is shown to take naps in his cat form... catnaps?
Vomit Indiscretion Shot: Timid Raven does this numerous times in "Colors of Raven", as does Beast Boy after Happy Raven's reality warping is reversed and he realizes he's eating garbage.
Waddling Head: In "Laundry Day" when Raven takes everyone's clothes, Cyborg is left as just a head with a tiny body shaped by wires, he is still mobile during this.
In later episodes, he sometimes pops his head out of his body.
Wafer Thin Mint: In "Starliar", Starfire forgets to feed Silkie at the beginning and he spends the next few minutes eating everything in the tower. At the end, he becomes bloated and once he eats the can of pet food from the beginning he pukes it all up.
Why Couldn't You Be Different?: Trigon toward Raven. All he wants is his demon spawn daughter to conquer a dimension or two. Is that really so much to ask?
Wild Take: Sprinkled in here and there, but taken to a profuse extreme in "Gorilla".
Wonder Twin Powers: The trope namers are hired to replace Beast Boy. Predictably, Zan is treated as useless.
Wrecked Weapon: In "Staff Meeting" the Titans begin to use Robin's staff for mundane activities. After an argument about who gets to use, Beast Boy decides the best way to solve the dispute is to break it into four pieces. Robin finds out, causing him to...well, to call it a Heroic BSOD would probably make it sound more dignified than it really was...
You Are Grounded: When Beast Boy starts disobeying Robin in the form of a gorilla, Robin snaps and tells him he's grounded. Beast Boy laughs it off.