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** The episode's title is most likely a reference to ''Of Mice and Men''.

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** The episode's title is most likely a reference to ''Of Mice and Men''.''Literature/OfMiceAndMen''.



* ThemeNaming: The Rat King seems to have taken naming his rats after famous Greek/Roman people; his "eyes" are Aristotle, and the giant rat he rides upon is named Caligula.

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* ThemeNaming: The Rat King seems to have taken naming his rats after famous Greek/Roman people; his "eyes" are Aristotle, and the giant rat he rides upon is named Caligula.Caligula.
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** Casey Jones attempts to disguise his real voice by talking like [[Film/TheDarkKnightTrilogy Nolan!Batman.]]

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** Casey Jones attempts to disguise his real voice by talking like [[Film/TheDarkKnightTrilogy Nolan!Batman.Christian Bale's Batman.]]


** Casey Jones attempts to disguise his real voice by talking like [[Film/TheDarkKnightSaga Nolan!Batman.]]

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** Casey Jones attempts to disguise his real voice by talking like [[Film/TheDarkKnightSaga [[Film/TheDarkKnightTrilogy Nolan!Batman.]]


** Casey Jones attempts to disguise his real voice by talking like [[TheDarkKnightSaga Nolan!Batman.]]

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** Casey Jones attempts to disguise his real voice by talking like [[TheDarkKnightSaga [[Film/TheDarkKnightSaga Nolan!Batman.]]


** Rat King naming one of his rats Aristotle may be an indirect reference to ''[[Literature/RatmansNotebooks Willard]]'', where the lead rat was named Socrates.

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** Rat King naming one of his rats Aristotle may be an indirect reference to ''[[Literature/RatmansNotebooks Willard]]'', ''Literature/{{Willard}}'', where the lead rat was named Socrates.


** Rat King naming one of his rats Aristotle may be an indirect reference to ''{{Willard}}'', where the lead rat was named Socrates.

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** Rat King naming one of his rats Aristotle may be an indirect reference to ''{{Willard}}'', ''[[Literature/RatmansNotebooks Willard]]'', where the lead rat was named Socrates.


* DisneyVillainDeath: Rat King.

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* DisneyVillainDeath: Rat King.King after Splinter blinds him and gets him to fall into a pit in the Undercity. [[spoiler: We visit his corpse there in [[Recap/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2012S4E21DarkestPlight Darkest Plight]] 2 years later after Splinter falls down there himself thanks to the Shredder]].


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* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler:This episode features the death of this continuity's version of the Rat King, who gets a DisneyVillainDeath. He would return in "Darkest Plight" in Season 4, but as a hallucination, and his corpse appears in that episode.]]


** The episode's title is most likely a reference to "Of Mice and Men".

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** The episode's title is most likely a reference to "Of ''Of Mice and Men".Men''.


** The rat extermination service billboard that appears in several scenes behind the Rat King is "Jonsey Kitty" Rat Exterminators. "Jonsey" is the name of the cat in {{Alien}} that Ripley risks her life to save before escaping.

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** The rat extermination service billboard that appears in several scenes behind the Rat King is "Jonsey Kitty" Rat Exterminators. "Jonsey" is the name of the cat in {{Alien}} ''{{Franchise/Alien}}'' that Ripley risks her life to save before escaping.

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** The rat extermination service billboard that appears in several scenes behind the Rat King is "Jonsey Kitty" Rat Exterminators. "Jonsey" is the name of the cat in {{Alien}} that Ripley risks her life to save before escaping.

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** Casey Jones attempts to disguise his real voice by talking like [[TheDarkKnightSaga Nolan!Batman.]]


* ThePlague: Rat King's plan is to turn people into rats, then have them infect others until all of humanity falls under his control.

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* ThePlague: Rat King's plan is to turn people into rats, rats then have them infect others until all of humanity falls under his control.

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** She also vows to one day figure out where April and Casey are always running off to, implying she'll meet the turtles.


** The episode's title is most likely a reference to "Of Rats and Men".

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** The episode's title is most likely a reference to "Of Rats Mice and Men".

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** The episode's title is most likely a reference to "Of Rats and Men".

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