Back to list of episodes. When Ding Dong Daddy steals a briefcase containing Robin's most prized possession, the Titans will have to win a road race against him to get it back. But he's not the only one interested in the "prize" as pretty soon the villain Red X appears and soon a whole squad of villains join the race. Will Robin be able to win it back?
Teen Titans Forever
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After an offering like " Lightspeed ," no one can really fault "Revved Up" for failing to raise the bar, but what it does manage to succeed in doing is tickling the ribs of Teen Titans fans with jabs at former filler episodes. From the get go, "Revved Up" seemed primed to skid out of control. Dredging up an obscure character from the comics named Ding Dong Daddy, we immediately get off to a bad start as the continuity of the current season is shelved in favor of a race to retrieve an animated MacGuffin in the form of a suitcase stolen from the Boy Wonder. Ding Dong Daddy stole the briefcase and will only relinquish it to the Teen Titans if they beat him in a race. Hunkering down for yet another exercise in wasted potential, imagine the surprise to find the episode up the ante. Instead of miring itself in a routinely plotted death race, the team behind the team steers things in a slightly more satirical direction, while tossing in a couple of intriguing twists to keep things interesting. Starfire and Raven spend the episode playing Abbott and Costello while searching for a set of wheels to join in the race.
The series focuses on a team of crime-fighting teenage superheroes, consisting of the leader Robin , alien princess Starfire , green shapeshifter Beast Boy , the dark sorceress Raven , and the technological genius Cyborg. This season focuses on Beast Boy as he deals with his past involving the Doom Patrol , and helps the Titans unite heroes to stop the Brotherhood of Evil. The season premiered on September 24, and ran until January 16, , broadcasting 13 episodes. Warner Bros. Upon its release, the season received critical acclaim with many critics regarding it as the best season of the series.
Teen Titans. She is a half-demon, half-human hybrid from the inter-dimensional world Azarath, one of the five founding members of the Teen Titans , and the daughter of Trigon the Terrible. Initially, she is an aloof ally to the Titans, only with them because she has nowhere else to go. Overtime, however, she starts to open up to them, especially Starfire and Beast Boy , being lifelong best friends with the former and having an implied crush on the latter. She is one of the tetartagonists of Seasons 1 and 3, the tritagonist of Seasons 2 and 5, and the protagonist of Season 4.