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* ActorAllusion: The new look of the Rat King (black cape and hat and skull face) makes him look similar to the ''[[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries New Batman Adventures']]'' version of the Scarecrow, whom Jeffrey Combs also voiced.



* WorkingTitle: "Rat Trap"


* ActorAllusion: The new look of the Rat King (black cape and hat and skull face) makes him look similar to the ''[[BatmanTheAnimatedSeries New Batman Adventures']]'' version of the Scarecrow, whom Jeffrey Combs also voiced.

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* ActorAllusion: The new look of the Rat King (black cape and hat and skull face) makes him look similar to the ''[[BatmanTheAnimatedSeries ''[[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries New Batman Adventures']]'' version of the Scarecrow, whom Jeffrey Combs also voiced.

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* ActorAllusion: The new look of the Rat King (black cape and hat and skull face) makes him look similar to the ''[[BatmanTheAnimatedSeries New Batman Adventures']]'' version of the Scarecrow, whom Jeffrey Combs also voiced.


* EvilCounterpart[=/=]NotSoDifferent: Rat King tries to paint himself as this to [[spoiler:Splinter, saying that they both have lost their humanity, see through the eyes of rats, and eventually lost everything that they stood for]].

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* EvilCounterpart[=/=]NotSoDifferent: Rat King tries to paint himself as this to [[spoiler:Splinter, Splinter, saying that they both have lost their humanity, see through the eyes of rats, and eventually lost everything that they stood for]].for.



* VillainExitStageLeft: A rather creepy version. [[spoiler: Rat King's unconscious body disappears in SwarmOfRats]].

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* VillainExitStageLeft: A rather creepy version. [[spoiler: Rat King's unconscious body disappears in SwarmOfRats]].SwarmOfRats.


* BodyHorror: Rat King is hideously emaciated and corpse-looking, likely having been burned terribly when his laboratory caught fire.

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* BodyHorror: Rat King is hideously emaciated and corpse-looking, likely having been burned terribly when his laboratory caught fire. His face is almost skull like, with the area around his eyes are blacken.

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* InNameOnly: It doesn't really have anything to do with the original story aside from the introduction of The Rat King, and has more in line with another story featuring him from the 1987 series.


* OhCrap: -->'''Donatello''': *after brainwashed Splinter [[CurbStompBattle beats the turtles]]* I just had a horrible realization. He's been going easy on us all these years.

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* OhCrap: OhCrap:
-->'''Donatello''': *after brainwashed Splinter [[CurbStompBattle beats the turtles]]* I just had a horrible realization. He's been going easy on us all these years.

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* OhCrap: -->'''Donatello''': *after brainwashed Splinter [[CurbStompBattle beats the turtles]]* I just had a horrible realization. He's been going easy on us all these years.


* TrailersAlwaysSpoil: Little was known about the Rat King, and the marketing seemed to make a conscious effort to avoid showing his actor. At least one website, however, managed to get an exclusive clip of the episode, which revealed that he was voiced by JeffreyCombs, and has a vendetta against the Turtles, pretty much spoiling the identity of the character, Dr. Victor Falco.

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* TrailersAlwaysSpoil: Little was known about the Rat King, and the marketing seemed to make a conscious effort to avoid showing his actor. At least one website, however, managed to get an exclusive clip of the episode, which revealed that he was voiced by JeffreyCombs, Creator/JeffreyCombs, and has a vendetta against the Turtles, pretty much spoiling the identity of the character, Dr. Victor Falco.

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* TrailersAlwaysSpoil: Little was known about the Rat King, and the marketing seemed to make a conscious effort to avoid showing his actor. At least one website, however, managed to get an exclusive clip of the episode, which revealed that he was voiced by JeffreyCombs, and has a vendetta against the Turtles, pretty much spoiling the identity of the character, Dr. Victor Falco.

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** The news broadcast is from Channel Six, the station April worked for in the 1987 series.


* MindControlEyes: Splinter gets these. Doubles as RedEyesTakeWarning.

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* MindControlEyes: Splinter gets these. Doubles Also counts as RedEyesTakeWarning.RedEyesTakeWarning and GlowingEyesOfDoom.


* FromNobodyToNightmare: Rat King goes from a scientist to a (temporary) empath to a man who controls all the rats in New York City.]]

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* FromNobodyToNightmare: Rat King goes from a scientist to a (temporary) empath to a man who controls all the rats in New York City.]]



* KnightOfCerebus: Rat King he attacks the Turtles very personally (trying to murder April and take control of Splinter), and tries to make Splinter give up his humanity via MindRape.

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* KnightOfCerebus: Rat King he attacks the Turtles very personally (trying to murder April and take control of Splinter), and tries to make Splinter give up his humanity via MindRape.


* BandagedFace: Rat King. He also seems to be blind, and quite literally [[[[DisabilitySuperpower sees the world through the eyes of rats]].

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* BandagedFace: Rat King. He also seems to be blind, and quite literally [[[[DisabilitySuperpower [[DisabilitySuperpower sees the world through the eyes of rats]].


* BandagedFace: Rat King. He also seems to be blind, and quite literally [[[[DisabilitySuperpower sees the world through the eyes of rats]].
* TheBeastmaster: Rat King
* BodyHorror: Rat King is hideously emaciated and corpse-looking, likely having been burned terribly when his laboratory caught fire.



* DarkIsEvil: Rat King's look evokes this to the extreme.
* EvilCounterpart[=/=]NotSoDifferent: Rat King tries to paint himself as this to [[spoiler:Splinter, saying that they both have lost their humanity, see through the eyes of rats, and eventually lost everything that they stood for]].
* FromNobodyToNightmare: Rat King goes from a scientist to a (temporary) empath to a man who controls all the rats in New York City.]]
* IKnowYoureInThereSomewhereFight: Leo pulls this strategy on a mind-controlled Splinter.



* MindControlEyes: Splinter gets these.

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* KnightOfCerebus: Rat King he attacks the Turtles very personally (trying to murder April and take control of Splinter), and tries to make Splinter give up his humanity via MindRape.
* MindControlEyes: Splinter gets these. Doubles as RedEyesTakeWarning.



* MindRape: Rat King does this to Splinter while trying to take over his mind.



* WorkingTitle: "Rat Trap"

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* WorkingTitle: "Rat Trap"Trap"
* VillainExitStageLeft: A rather creepy version. [[spoiler: Rat King's unconscious body disappears in SwarmOfRats]].

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