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Serious Business (Teen Titans Go!)
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No, this is not anything serious, it's just about using the bathroom.
Part of Season: 2
Episode Number: 70
Air Date: October 23, 2014
Writer: John Loy
Director: Peter Rida Michail
Previous episode: The Mask
Next episode: Halloween

"Serious Business" is the eighteenth episode of the second season of Teen Titans Go! and the seventieth overall episode of the series.

Summary

When Robin rations bathroom time to only five minutes, the other Titans try to show him the magic of the bathroom.

Why It Sucks

  1. All this episode is about is the wonders of going to the bathroom.
  2. The concept of a magic bathroom is stupid and makes no sense.
  3. The infamous "Pee Pee Dance".
  4. Incredibly stupid dancing, especially for the "Pee Pee Dance" and Raven tap-dancing near the toilet.
  5. As in almost all of the other episodes of Teen Titans Go!, Robin is unlikable, as he plants a timebomb that lasts for five minutes, and once it goes off, the person still in the bathroom will be caught in the explosion and become injured.
  6. The ending is beyond ridiculous. Basically, the Titans' bathroom suddenly comes to life, declares its disappointment in Robin for "abusing the magic", and every bathroom on the Earth proceeds to leave the planet for good before the episode ends with Titans doing the "Pee Pee Dance".
  7. Overuse of toilet humor, given the fact it is centered around the bathroom.
  8. Misleading title: There is no "seriousness" in this episode, the Titans just get emotional over the bathroom.

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OpenRISC

3 months ago
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my nightmares have combined

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